I hear loud sounds of rejoicing in the camp of the righteous. Loud sounds of praise going up to heavens hemisphere. I hear the song of the victors as they march the streets of Zion, as they cry with loud shouts of joy, for the lamb has overcome.
From the east to the west, the revelation of His love is expressed Men are set free from the fears that held them in captivity.
Who are these ones who have come to know the joyful sound? They are the ones who just tasted. They saw and they declare that Yahweh is good. They have vowed to make His praises known, to testify of His goodness unto them; Bringing them out of darkness into light by the hands of them whom He has ordained to shine as lights and sweet smelling fragrance on the earth.
Oh how beautiful is their song! The ears of the earth is full of these melodious sounds. This is the season of praise. Praise like no other. Stomping of feet like herds of wildebeests. For the kingdom of our God and His Christ has come to us in power, in righteousness, in peace, in joy, rejoicing in the Holy Ghost!
Something is happening! My mouth can’t explain, but my heart understands.
Let the shouts in Zion cease not. Let the rejoicing of the believer cease not. Let the songs of praise cease not. Something is happening.
He who sits on the throne lets out a sound, drawing all men unto Himself. Hosts of angels are at work with the inhabitants of Zion. Mighty works of His power like never before is displayed in the eyes of the earth. I rejoice at Your works. Something is happening!
Who will hear this sound and resist? For He has not called you unto perdition. At the sound of this trumpet, Let the dwellers of the earth run. Let they of the world run! Run to the Father’s call. Run! Run!
I hear this sound resound all over the earth. The great harvest has come! The sickle has been let out. Let them run! Let them run to the rising of the sun.
Something is happening.
1 Timothy 1:18 KJV
This charge I commit unto thee, son Timothy, according to the prophecies which went before on thee, that thou by them mightest war a good warfare;