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I heard the Spirit of the Lord say, “The camels, forming caravans loaded with blessing and provision, have been dispatched. Look for them with great expectation, for they carry the key to your next season. I have seen how My children have endured seasons of great loss, disappointment, and heartbreak, but that season has changed, and the camels are here. Tell My people to prepare themselves, for I will demonstrate My resurrection power by bringing life to dead promises. I have commissioned a Genesis 24 release over My sons and daughters. Tell them to declare, ‘The camels are here.’”
As the Lord spoke this to me, I quickly began to study Genesis 24. The chapter started by describing Abraham as old and how the Lord had been faithful, blessing him in every way (Gen. 24:1). There was only one thing Abraham lacked: a bride for his son Isaac.
Abraham called for his head servant to help him find Isaac’s wife. Abraham had him take an oath that he would not allow Isaac to marry one of the local Canaanite women. He instructed his servant to go to his homeland among his relatives and to find a bride for Isaac.
“The servant asked, ‘But what if I can’t find a young woman who is willing to travel so far from home? Should I then take Isaac there to live among your relatives in the land you came from?’ ‘No!’ Abraham responded. ‘Be careful never to take my son there. For the Lord, the God of heaven, who took me from my father’s house and my native land, solemnly promised to give this land to my descendants. He will send His angel ahead of you, and He will see to it that you find a wife there for my son. If she is unwilling to come back with you, then you are free from this oath of mine. But under no circumstances are you to take my son there’” (Gen. 24:5-8, NLT).
The servant was concerned that a young woman might not be willing to move the vast distance away from her family, but Abraham knew God would help his servant find a bride for the chosen son. God’s will was for Isaac to remain in Canaan, so the Lord’s promise to Abraham would be fulfilled, which was that his descendants would possess the land. As with Abraham, God’s promises to you will come to pass! He has not forgotten you. Get ready for God to bless you with the resources you need to stay in His perfect will so that you might enjoy the fulfillment of His Word coming to pass in your life.
“Then he loaded 10 of Abraham’s camels with all kinds of expensive gifts from his master” (Gen. 24:10, NLT).
Take note of the special role the camels play throughout this story. They were loaded with blessings and provisions. I also heard the Spirit of the Lord say, “I am transferring abundant blessing to you. You are entering a set time where I will show off My goodness with elaborate manifestations of My promises.”
The story goes on to tell how the servant arrived in the town where Abraham’s brother lived, and prayed for God to use the camels as a sign of confirmation as to her identity.
“This is my request. I will ask one of them, ‘Please give me a drink from your jug.’ If she says, ‘Yes, have a drink, and I will water your camels, too!’—let her be the one you have selected as Isaac’s wife.’” (Gen. 24:14, NLT).
God had also brought Rebekah to a crossover moment. She was literally watering her future, and her seed of service caused favor and elevation. Rebekah passed the test, “she said, ‘I’ll draw water for your camels, too, until they have had enough to drink’” (Gen. 24:19, NLT).
Notice that Rebekah’s excellence in doing an average task qualified her for the blessing she was about to receive. The Lord says, “You, too, have been in a season of testing. I have seen your faithfulness in the mundane tasks you have performed, and now I will trust you with more. It is time for reward.”
“And the servant brought forth jewels of silver, and jewels of gold, and raiment, and gave them to Rebekah:” (Gen. 24:53, NLT).
The camels God has sent to you will bow low before you and lift you to a higher level. God says, “You will not have to strive to be raised up. I have assigned the camels to bring elevation and unexpected blessings into your life.” Camels bend low to give ease for mounting. In this coming season, your destiny will be released with ease, for I am giving you Divine connections, unexplainable favor, and authentic influence.
“And Isaac went out to meditate in the field at the eventide: and he lifted up his eyes, and saw, and, behold, the camels were coming” (Gen 24:63, KJV).
“And Isaac brought her into his mother Sarah’s tent, and took Rebekah, and she became his wife; and he loved her: and Isaac was comforted after his mother’s death” (Gen. 24:67, KJV).
God promised Abraham that the blessing of his seed would come through Isaac. Rebekah was the key to the fulfillment of God’s promise. Moreover, Isaac loved her. You are going to love what God is doing next for you.
The Lord proclaims to you that, like Isaac, you are coming into your next season, which will be one of comfort, elevation and fulfillment of promises. He has witnessed your grief as you have experienced great loss, hurt and pain. He is bringing GREAT change! The next season is upon you. God says, “The camels are here! Begin to call them forth into your life. They are all around you, but now is their time to fulfill their assignment. There is a great transfer that is coming for My children.”
Andrew Towe is an emerging prophetic voice to this generation! Andrew preaches the Word of God with fire, inviting God’s manifested presence to fall, with signs and wonders occurring in his services. He has also authored a new book titled, “The Triple Threat Anointing.” Andrew and his wife Brooke are the lead pastors of Ramp Church Chattanooga, and they reside in Chattanooga, Tenn., along with their two children. Andrew travels extensively, preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. Wherever he ministers, lives are changed, faith is strengthened and expectation is ignited.