A few days ago in a vision, a large bright and rich-looking green field was shown. In it, what appeared to be a very dark Combine Harvester was also shown. It was followed up by another vision in which long and large garden tools were shown. But what stood out about them is that each tip was the same color green as the field.
The Color Green
According to its biblical meaning: “Green is obtained by mixing yellow (trials) with blue (Word of God). Therefore, the biblical meaning of the color green is immortality. (The leaf shall not wither (psalm 1:3). Green is also symbolic of resurrection which we see each Spring.” (Source: Color-meaning.com) To this I would like to add that green is also symbolic of life and growth.
Unearthing the Interpretation
Altogether, this appeared to be an unusual harvest with its bright fertile green field. But its meaning was still well understood. The visions mean that despite the trials Believers often go through, it is still a time to plant the life-giving Word and to put it into application, to sow in the field of the world, and to harvest. And importantly, to not let the dark and clever ruses of the latter-day enemy steal and prematurely trash your harvest! (the ominously dark Combine Harvester). I am posting these visions today to wisely advise and warn you to not let life’s trials mess up your harvest. Nor to stumble in the field! (The warning was shown as a Light with an alarm!)
Be uplifted today and keep on keeping on. We are, after all, well equipped with the Great Gardener’s master tools: His life-giving Word and His Immortal Spirit! And with this, the green field can never wither but will yield an unusual abundance!
And he shall judge among the nations, and shall rebuke many people: and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more. (Isaiah 2:4).
Recommended Reading: The Parable of the Minas in Lk. 19:11-24 and the Parable of the Sower in Mat. 13.
Keep the Faith! And Occupy until He Comes! (Lk. 19:13)