Sermon:
“Its Due Season”
Galatians 6:7-9“Its Due Season”


We’ve crossed over the threshold of another year. The year 2002. Many of the great bishops, pastors, and evangelists, proclaim and profess that the Lord has given them divine revelation concerning his will for the body of Christ, this year. To sum it all up many have titled this year as the “year of manifestation.” Simply meaning that we as believers will tangibly, somebody say tangibly, see the manifestation of the promises that God made to us. W shall move from words to actions, we shall move from dreams to reality, we shall move from promise to possession. Are you there?
Now, you must understand that I do not profess to be a prophet, but I am an anointed vessel of God, and am able to discern when God is and is not speaking. I say all of that to say that I am greatly inclined in my spirit to agree with the words of these men and women of God. Are you there?
Yes, Yes, this is the year of manifestation. This is the year in which many of us shall possess Canaan. This is the year in which many of us shall eat the good of the Land. This is the year in which many of us shall really take back everything that the enemy has stolen. This is the year in which many of us shall reap a harvest. Yes this is due season!!!
Lets look at our text.


Lets start with verse 9. It says “ And let us not be weary in well doing, for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.” Somebody say due season. Merriam Webster’s dictionary defines the word due as something that rightfully belongs to you. And the word season means a special period. So I put both of these definitions together to come up with my own definition. So, due season is –a special period of time when we shall receive that which rightfully belongs to us. Are you there? Somebody scream its due season!!!
Yeah, so due season means a period in time when we shall receive that which rightfully belongs to us. And people of God I have to admit that when the Lord told me that it was due season. There was one question that entered into my mind. Why now? So I asked the Lord. I said Lord why now? Why is it due season now? And his response blew my mind. The Lord simply replied, why not now!! He said what better time is there than now. He said haven’t you cried long enough, he said haven’t you prayed long enough. He said haven’t you fasted long enough. Hasn’t your mind been troubled long enough. Haven’t you been broke long enough. He said why not now? And I wanna know is there anybody here who’s cried long enough? I wanna know is there anybody here who’s prayed long enough? I wanna know is there anybody here who’s been broke long enough. The Lord said in Exodus 3:7-8 “I have surely seen the affliction of my people which are in Egypt…and I am come down to deliver them out of the hands of the Egyptians.” Somebody scream its due season!!!!

Yeah, it’s due season. Now, lets keep our definition of due season in mind. Remember