Silk: True Harvest

The name of your silk is True Harvest. The colors in it are:

  • Blackberry representing prosperity
  • Turquoise representing water of life
  • Dark orange representing harvestsowing and reaping
  • Gold shimmer representing blessing 

The scriptures that go with this are:

  • Galatians 6:7, 9 (VOICE) Make no mistake: God can’t be mocked. What you give is what you get. What you sow, you harvest. May we never tire of doing what is good and right before our Lord because in His season we shall bring in a great harvest if we can just persist.
  • Psalm 37:23-24 (NIV) The Lord makes firm the steps of the one who delights in him; though he may stumble, he will not fall, for the Lord upholds him with his hand.
  • Jeremiah 1:12 (AMPC) Then said the Lord to me, You have seen well, for I am alert and active, watching over My word to perform it.

The word “God is Not Mocked” from June Reinke of Prophetic Light is connected to this silk. This word is a heartfelt plea from the Lord for us to remember He will not be mocked, what we sow, we reap. He gives us this wisdom so we can choose wisely and sow intentionally. He is a good Father who has made provision for His children if we will obey and work within the framework and guidelines He has provided. He is faithful to His promises, so know them by knowing His Word, and stand fast in faith as you watch Him move in power.

A post by Meghan Williams from is connected to this. It’s called “You Reap What You Sow (Judges 1).”

In this bizarre and gruesome account in Judges 1, we get a slightly horrifying reminder that we reap what we sow. Lets begin with the story and a reminder of a principle scripture makes clear.

  • Judges 1:5-7 (VOICE) So Judah and her ally went up to fight against Adoni-bezek at the town of Bezek, and the Eternal gave them victory over the Canaanites and the Perizzites. They killed 10,000 of them at Bezek; and although Adoni-bezek tried to escape, they caught him and cut off his thumbs and big toes, which rendered him useless for basically anything. Adoni-bezek:  In my time, I cut the thumbs and toes off 70 kings and left them to scramble for scraps under my table. And now God has done the same to me. They carried him away to Jerusalem, where he died.
  • Galatians 6:7 (NLT) Don’t be misled—you cannot mock the justice of God. You will always harvest what you plant.

So as I said, this story is a sobering reminder to be mindful what we sow. Because we’ve been given the gift of grace, many believers seem to think that also includes getting a pass on consequences or that we can behave one way and reap a response as if we’ve behaved another way, but that simply isn’t the case.

The principle to take away here is: sow with intention.

This principle is very simple. If you sow bitterness and anger, don’t expect to reap grace and understanding. If you sow in judgment, don’t expect to reap in love. Some may call this karma, but this is a principle straight out of scripture, and one we’d be wise to heed. 

So I encourage you to be intentional with what you sow. Sow love. Sow grace. Sow understand. Sow mercy. Sow liberally and sow lavishly, and do so with joy. Then see what a beautiful harvest you reap!

P.S. I can’t help but note this is connected to both the Dyed4you Art piece I released last week called Harvest Joy (which is about being patient and steadfast as you await your promised harvest) and the Prophetic Nugget from last Friday called Harvest of Love, which was connected to our Assume Positive Intent (Joshua 22) post, which is really about sowing grace and understanding. 

A Prophetic Nugget from Meghan Williams of Dyed4you Ministries is connected to this. It’s called “Harvest of Love.”

Psalm 96:7 (VOICE) Give all credit to the Eternal, families of the world! Credit Him with glory, honor, and strength!

Beloved, remember who I AM and see Me rightly. Recognize the works of My hands and honor them as the prized creations that they are. This includes you. This includes all My children. Resist the urge to treat lightly one that I love. Refuse to be tempted to hurt or belittle one that I took time to create. 

Just as a broken vessel doesn’t accurately reflect its intended design, so those around you may have similar cracks and seeming defects. And yet I love them. And yet I value them. Will you not choose to see what I see? Instead of judging based on imperfections, ask Me to show you My true design. Catch the vision and align your heart, expectations, and actions with that. As you do that, expect to reap a rich harvest of love. 

Another Prophetic Nugget from Meghan Williams of Dyed4you Ministries is connected to this. It’s called “The Currency of Prayer.”

Luke 18:1 (VOICE) He told them a parable, urging them to keep praying and never grow discouraged…

Beloved, refuse to grow discouraged if I seem slow to answer. Is that not the essence of faith? Continue sowing the currency of prayer, waiting expectantly for things to move and shift as a result. I will not be mocked, that which you sow surely shall you reap. So sow abundantly that you might also reap an abundant harvest. 

Resist the urge to be discouraged by the evidence of what you see in the natural realm. The changes you long for may have yet begun in the spiritual realm long before they manifest on earth. So refuse to give up. Refuse to lose heart. Be like the persistent widow, beloved, and persist! Act in faith and believe. 

Another Prophetic Nugget from Meghan Williams of Dyed4you Ministries is connected to this. It’s called “Sow and See Them Grow.”

Proverbs 31:28 (TPT) Her sons and daughters arise in one accord to extol her virtues, and her husband arises to speak of her in glowing terms.

Beloved, be diligent and consistent in pouring forth wisdom and love, for in due season you will reap a harvest. Refuse to be discouraged by set backs regardless of how disheartening they may be. Love as if you will never be hurt. Love without reserve.

Parenting – whether natural parents or spiritual, is not for the faint of heart. It takes patience, depth, long-suffering, forgiveness, an ability to see and hold to the truth, and an abundance of unwavering love. You must learn to truly be like Me. But the fruit of it will come if you persist. Your children will flourish and rise up and call you blessed. How blessed you are to sow and then see them grow.

Proverbs 31:28 (AMPC) Her children rise up and call her blessed (happy, fortunate, and to be envied); and her husband boasts of and praises her…

A final Prophetic Nugget from Meghan Williams of Dyed4you Ministries is connected to this. It’s called “Manifest Provision.”

Galatians 6:7 (VOICE) Make no mistake: God can’t be mocked. What you give is what you get. What you sow, you harvest.

Beloved, trust the process. You have been faithful to give, so you will be faithful to receive. Resist the urge to be impatient in the pause in between the two. For a cheerful giver gives simply for the joy of giving, not as a manipulation to receive. So keep your heart pure and give from a place of loving obedience, and refuse to let anything steal that joy. 

I AM faithful and I AM good. What I have said, I will do. I cannot operate in a manner opposed to My character. So quietly wait in steadfast assurance knowing that I will multiply back to you your harvest. I AM fertile soil, so when you sow in Me you will reap abundantly. 

Your silk has been prayed over and anointed with the Scent of Heaven’s Prosperity (Deut 28) oil. The scripture that goes with this oil is Deuteronomy 28:1-2, “If you fully obey the Lord your God and carefully keep all his commands that I am giving you today, the Lord your God will set you high above all the nations of the world. You will experience all these blessings if you obey the Lord your God…” The meaning of this oil is reflected as a commitment to obey God and wait ready to receive all His promised blessings.

We pray it blesses you!

NOTE: this word has been updated since it was originally posted. When God first started birthing words in His quiet time with me (God Speaking Through Silk), it was before He’d begun downloading the Prophetic Nuggets each day. During that time He would highlight words from other ministries to me and then show prophetic connections, all of which was shared in the letters. Over time as He began downloading more prophetic words through the Dyed4you ministry team, we began referencing other words without quoting them in their entirety. Instead, we’d summarize and sometimes share the connection we were sensing and would reference where to find the original. We did this for a variety of reasons including helping cultivate followers for the other ministries rather than simply quoting them, and also to give our Dyed4you customers a place to start as we encouraged them to dig into God’s mysteries themselves. This word has been updated to follow the new format.

(The flag above doesn’t have the gold shimmer on it. We aren’t always led to include the shimmer – we just let Him lead.)

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