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“For thus says the LORD: After seventy years are completed at Babylon, I will visit you and perform My good word toward you and cause you to return to this place. For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the LORD, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope. Then you will call upon Me and go and pray to Me, and I will listen to you.” (Jeremiah 29:10-12)

When the storehouse of God’s purpose that is inside of you is released, things happen suddenly—including simple things you hadn’t really thought of before; and because this movement will be quick, the Lord leads to fine-tune with His Spirit, so you do not lose or miss any aspect of this supernatural unveiling.

You are marked for this kind of merger as the ordinary shifts into destiny, a plan that has little to do with human staging. Solomon’s chariots were a massive army, but Gideon’s three-man patrol had no chariots; Esther’s hour came suddenly, but Anna and Simeon’s longing spanned a lifetime.

Destiny works differently in each life but always to reveal treasure already placed inside of you and scheduled by the Lord. God’s timing is governor. He joins timing and destiny to hinge fullness that otherwise would not have been. The pace quickens, and details resolve as the Lord syncs people with His glory.

Jesus sent them by two’s—two are better than one. Kingdoms merge—expertise and authority come together. At the appointed time, we are quickened. Destinies intersect, strength multiplies, and a previously unimagined future snaps into place.


Jeremiah 29:10-12 | Mark 6:7 | Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 | Verses@Once