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How To Move Into to Multiplication with God

Dear Friend,

As I was writing last week's blog post, I saw something in the text that I hadn't previously considered. While we know that God confused the new Babylonian citizens' language, restricting their ability to communicate with one another, but I didn't realize that God never restricted their ability to communicate with Him. As we prepare to step into the last month of the quarter, I want to remind you of the importance of daily communication with God. 

Things that will shock you will begin and continue to unfold this year, but you shouldn't break your connection with God. More plainly, this is no time for you to lose your head. We lose our advantage when we disconnect from God, especially when experiencing unrest.

The Lord said, “If as one people speaking the same language they have begun to do this, then nothing they plan to do will be impossible for them. Come, let us go down and confuse their language so they will not understand each other.” Genesis 11:6-7

What if the tower builders decided to inquire of the Lord before they proposed to build? Even though traumatized, what if they sought the Lord for their plans and purposes? Would they have had a different outcome? Yes.

We see that while they were speaking the same language, no one was speaking the language of heaven. Fascinatingly, though they were attempting to build a tower to reach heaven, they didn't have the language of the place. Isn't that wild?

If we are to live according to prophetic timelines and timetables, then we must ensure that we are seeking God and hearing correctly. Yes, God confused their language so they wouldn't understand one another, but He always wanted them to understand Him. Understanding what God is saying to you this season is crucial. It is only when you understand Him that you're able to be obedient and move in alignment. 

Prophetic Impression:

As I was preparing to end this blog post, God gave me an impression for people who are losing friends or other relationships. What I see is that in one season, you and the person may have been of one mind, which allowed the relationship to thrive. When you're of one mind with someone, it's usually because you both are in similar seasons or share a commonality. However, things started to change, and it was God's doing. If you're reading this, I want you to know that it wasn't that the relationship just fell apart; it was that God confused the language between you two. When God confuses the language, as with the people in Genesis 11, He intends for those in relationship to part ways.

The parting isn't punishment; it's purposeful.

Yet, can you imagine what it must have felt like for the tower builders to have once been able to connect through understanding only to realize that they were no longer accessible to each other? Can you imagine how they must've felt when they realized they'd no longer be able to journey together because their words could no longer land properly? What was once easy was now challenging. Since they had nothing left in common, they had to bid each other farewell.

The Bible says that God scattered them.

This wasn't you, this was God, but the grief is yours to deal with.

And that's the hard part.

Here's what I want you to hold on to, though: God confused the language for them to scatter so they'd multiply. Only God can subtract from you and cause you to multiply simultaneously.

Take time to grieve the relationship, but know that God is moving you into multiplication because this is your ultimate landing place.

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