Time to Arise depicts a worshiping warrior sounding the alarm that it’s time to arise; the time for apathy is no more.
“Blow the trumpet in Zion, and sound an alarm in My holy mountain! Let all the inhabitants of the land tremble; for the day of the LORD is coming, for it is at hand” – Joel 2:1
The silk in this image is called Sparkling Dew. The colors in it are white representing right standing, soft gold representing mercy, golden yellow representing awaken, and gold shimmer representing divine light.
Sparkling Dew was birthed from a word that came forth during an intercessory prayer meeting. The scripture that goes with this scarf is Isaiah 26:19 (AMP)
Your dead shall live [O Lord]; the bodies of our dead [saints] shall rise. You who dwell in the dust, awake and sing for joy! For Your dew [O Lord] is a dew of [sparkling] light [heavenly, supernatural dew]; and the earth shall cast forth the dead [to life again; for on the land of the shades of the dead You will let Your dew fall].
Sparkling Dew is all about awakening and being refreshed — the dead living, awake and singing. Another part of this word is from Ezekiel 37 – bringing the dead bones to life! Awakening to a call to live a holy life – living the fullness of all God has purposed. No longer allowing a spirit of compromise and all that inhibits the Lord’s plan. Awakening to Him, His way, His plan… His life!
His sparkling dew also brings refreshing for those who are already seeking hard after Him. The dew moistens and refreshes that which is parched and dried by the harshness of life. The dew of the Spirit of the Lord brings forth life from death, His holy anointing.
In this image, our worshiping warrior is bringing forth this call to awakening, and in the distance we see the people beginning to come. The question becomes will we arise, obey, and repeat the cry… “the day of the LORD is coming, …it is at hand”?
I pray your spirit would be stirred and any draw towards apathy would be broken, that a supernatural understanding of the times would prompt you to action — that you would “not sleep, as others do, but… keep awake and be sober.“ (1 Thessalonians 5:6)