Glory of Zion International Ministries

Celebrate Tevet Firstfruits and Find Your Path of Light!

Monday, December 18, 2017

Dear Celebrating Ones:

I just loved yesterday’s Firstfruits Celebration for Tevet. There was such a diversity of “firsts” presented … in worship, dance, giving, time, videos and more!  Proverbs 3:7-10 says, “Do not be wise in your own eyes; fear the Lord [with reverent awe and obedience] and turn [entirely] away from evil. It will be health to your body [your marrow, your nerves, your sinews, your muscles—all your inner parts] and refreshment (physical well-being) to your bones. Honor the Lord with your wealth and with the first fruits of all your crops (income); then your barns will be abundantly filled and your vats will overflow with new wine.” (AMP)

At the beginning of each month I look at what is in my hands so I can then determine the best that I can give to the Lord.  When we present our first and best to the Lord, He is able to make our whole “lump” multiply.

Finding the Path of Ever-Increasing Light! 
The worship and prophecy yesterday was incredible.  Then Robert Heidler shared on the Hebrew month of Tevet as a key time to establish your path for the future.  We can either follow Samson’s journey of spiraling into greater and greater darkness, or advance on Esther’s course of increasing light and favor.  During this season of celebrating the LIGHT of the world, follow the path that will lead you into your God-given destiny.   Watch our webcast replay and “Find the Path of Ever-Increasing Light with the Story of Samson, Esther, and the Three Wise Men!” 

If you would like to give at the start of a new Hebraic month, you can go online, call our office at 1-888-965-1099 or 1-940-382-7231, or postal mail your gift to Glory of Zion, PO Box 1601, Denton TX 76202.  In a year of FIRSTS, I want to be sure you understand how to enter into the celebration of Firstfruits.  If you haven’t already done so, be sure to click HERE and watch the video I shared last week, to better understand Firstfruits and what your best offering can be.

Blessings,
Chuck D. Pierce