Bible Study | Isaiah 62:4

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Good afternoon love! Welcome to Fancy&Fearless mini Bible Study! I did record a video, but I always have difficulty uploading them to my computer. I really am going to invest in a camera soon. It’s all good because we will still have our study time video, or blog post! #Hellosomebody. Here we go!!!!

No longer will they call you Deserted,
or name your land Desolate.
But you will be called Hephzibah,[a]
and your land Beulah[b];
for the Lord will take delight in you,
and your land will be married.
— Isaiah 62:4

The Lord gave this to me last year October 6, 2016 to be exact. This word was a revelation to me. The start of something new! I was reading like I know what this means Lord. Ha did I get checked. The word is alive. The word is fresh every time you read it. You can read a scripture ten times, and get a fresh rehema every time. I love love love to break the word down. The desire to do a Bible Study on Fancy&Fearless has been in me since I started! I am so grateful I am starting today. He is truly bringing things to pass!!!! 

Did you read the scripture yet? I will give a minute. 

Deserted means abandoned, forsaken, untenanted; lonely. The Lord wants you to know He has not forgotten about you. Some of you have been saying to the Lord “when is it, or where is it God?” You are feeling as if the Lord has skipped over you, but the devil is a liar. Let’s move on…..

Desolate mean joyless, sorrowful as if you were separated from a loved one, showing the effects of abandonment and neglect, barren, lifeless, gloomy. You have been thinking that the Lord has forgotten about you, and now you are walking around desolate. You have made up in your mind that it is not going to happen, so let me mope around. My land is barren. I see no fruit. You became angry at God because of this.

For I will give you life, overflowing with joy and my riches and glory. Change your mindset my daughter for I have come to take you away with me on the path of eternal life, so look to me even when times are bare, for in due season you shall reap. Thus says the Spirit of the Lord.”

But you will be called Hephzibah which means “My delight is in her.” The root word Hafz means guarding or taking care of. This name also means one who is guarded. A protected one!!!! Did you catch that!!!!!! Yes, right now you can not see that promise, or that word that He has given you, but in due season you be called one that is delighted by the Lord. One that is favored by the Lord. One that is protected by the Lord. Can you shout one time for me!!!!!!! Listen to me change your mindset. My pastor spoke this one time. Do you know why the Lord gives a promise before it happens? He does that so we can exercise our faith. He does that so we can wait in expectancy with Him. He does that so we can trust and depend on Him no matter what the natural looks like. Change your mindset. Change how you are viewing things. Change your lenses. Get your spiritual lenses out, and see beyond the natural. He is working behind the scenes. For we walk by faith and not by sight (2 Corinthians 5:7). Increase your faith in this moment. Change your posture. In due season your name will be changed. Your name will be married because He takes delight in you!!!!! Look at the word guarded for me. See, we can be so busy thinking that Lord has forgotten about us, and we start to move ahead of Him. We grow impatient. We start to do things in our own strength. When he says you are “guarded” He is not going to let you go too far. His prayers block  that hole that you are ready to walk into. Hold fast, change your mindset, seek His face, and trust in Him wholeheartedly my love. Your harvest is coming! 

I love you guys! Thank you for stopping today for a great mini study of the scripture of the week! I pray that the Lord has spoken to you right where you are. He loves you unconditionally. Receive that! Have a good day :) 

FaithLenae Brooks