Solomon said that there is a time and season for everything under heaven. Paul spoke about a due season for reaping if we don’t give up. For those of us who have been doing good for others, the season has come for us to reap the harvest. Let’s consider the conception of a baby and the duration of the pregnancy until the time for delivery. Women go through trimesters until they reach the final term when their baby will push their way into the world. Outside of the physical birthing of a child is the birthing of dreams, goals, visions, projects and seeing ambitions come to reality. Most of us know what it feels like to be pregnant with a dream or desire for something good. Something that will change our lives and cause us to break into that desired reality.
Isaiah also made reference to the children of Israel being like a woman in labour. He wrote that before Israel was in labour, she gave birth. Before her pain came upon her, she delivered a son. Isaiah’s reference was to Zion not having to labour to give birth as her child came forth immediately when she went into labour. He goes on to say, “Shall I bring to the point of birth and not cause to bring forth?” says the Lord; “shall I, who cause to bring forth, shut the womb?” says your God” (Isaiah 66:9). God is saying that he will not give us an idea or a dream and not allow us to bring it to fruition.
In other words God is saying that we will not go past our due season. Unfortunately, some women have gone over their due dates and have had to have labour induced in order to give birth. I declare that we will not go past our due date for the fulfilment and the manifestation of our dreams. We will give birth in this due season and bring to pass what God has promised.
We declare a due season is here for us to reap a harvest of blessings. This is our season of birthing of opportunities, companies, promotions, increase, favour and blessings. Tap into this due season and reap your harvest. We will also reap from places where we did not sow a harvest because God is faithful to allow everyone to benefit from the harvest. Many children reap a harvest from the seeds of righteousness sown by their parents. “I sent you to reap that for which you did not labor. Others have labored, and you have entered into their labor” (John 4:38).