Psalm 23 for 2023 – The Prophetic Word for this Year – Amen. God’s Word is prophetic and Psalm 23 is timely for such a time as this.
The world around us might be the craziest it’s ever been and filled with much chaos, fear and evil, but for those of us who are the covenant sons and daughters of the Kingdom, we have a better inheritance and are citizens of an unshakable kingdom. As we believe and receive the words of Psalm 23 by faith, we can be assured God’s promises will be fulfilled. May Psalm 23 be our faith declaration for this new year of 2023.
🗝God desires to be in a personal relationship with us and personally shepherd us. He is a good Father who always provide for His children. We are blessed to be a blessing.
🗝He provides rest, renewal, healing and peace in His presence as we are still, silence distractions, and remain in a posture of receiving.
🗝When our souls become wounded and weary, God is our faithful restorer. As a gentle shepherd, He guides (not pushing or driving us), in paths that honor His name and His ways. As we seek Him, our good shepherd always provides the right people, places, and proper timing for the fulfillment of His restoration process.
🗝God’s presence walks with us through the darkest of days and valleys of sorrow and suffering; His love overcomes all our fears. His Word and the presence of His Holy Spirit bring comfort and peace when we need it most.
🗝God invites us to His banqueting table to feast on His presence, His promises, and His provision. Even our enemies or being uninvited to the tables of others cannot hinder God preparing an abundant banqueting table for us. Time spent feasting at the King’s table (in prayer, worship and His Word) brings a fullness from His Holy Spirit that overflows from us to others.
🗝We are to be certain of this one thing — our Father’s goodness and mercy (getting more than we deserve) follows His people. Abiding in His presence now and forever in our home in Heaven is goodness and mercy unprecedented.
Your Kingdom come and Your will done in and through us for such a time as this as Your chosen and beloved ones, amen.
Your sister in Christ, Joyful Jenny
Other Word references: John 10:11; Psalm 78:52