What Is The Final Harvest?

What Is The Final Harvest?

What Is The Final Harvest? The Voice Of The Prophetic

Many see the name Final Harvest, and as my wife did when we got married,  ask “Just what is the Final Harvest?”. Well let me start by saying this:

Jesus is the greatest author in human history and the Bible has been on the bestseller list since the beginning of its creation from heaven. All great authors know, that the best parts of the book are the beginning, middle, and end. So then, if He is the great author He knows how to give a great finish!  The first book I began to study in the Bible was the last book, the book of revelation. It’s chilling prophecies of the coming of our Lord shook me to my very core. The thought of all the horror to come,  caused me to shutter.  We are called FINAL HARVEST MINISTRIES because we believe that this is the final harvest, the final revival that will continue until the arrival of the Messiah.

There have been great revivals throughout history. Revivals such as  the Great Awakening, the Reformation, the Azusa Street Revival, and the great healing revival, that swept through the United States, and the world. More recently we’ve seen the Toronto Blessing of Randy Clark.

Many that focus on the gloom of what’s to come would think that the days of revival are over as we approach the coming of the Lord  and the end of this age. However, there is a stirring occurring in the spirit; God has been showing many preachers that a greater outpouring is coming, that will surpass anything that has ever been seen in church history. This outpouring was prophesied by both William Seymour and Smith Wigglesworth; But more than this, the Bible prophesied this outpouring in Joel 2, when God spoke through the Prophet Joel and  declared:


28 And it shall come to pass afterward, that I will pour out my spirit upon all flesh; and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, your young men shall see visions:


29 And also upon the servants and upon the handmaids in those days will I pour out my spirit.


Joel 2:28-29


Some argue that this was fulfilled on the day of Pentecost, but many theologians agree that it was only partially fulfilled. In the context of Joel 2, the next few passages of scripture jump into the end of the age. Most of Joel is speaking concerning the day of the Lord; which is where we are now.

Jesus also hints at this great outpouring in Matthew 24, when he declares that the gospel of the kingdom would be preached in all the world as a testimony to all nations and that then the end would come. I do believe, as we reach the end, that things will get worse, however the Bible says:


20 Moreover the law entered, that the offence might abound. But where sin abounded, grace did much more abound:


Romans 5:20


What this means is that, even though darkness is shown in the earth, God’s grace is still greatly active; and even though it seems bad in the world, God still has one final move. God will pour out His spirit and show the world His grace.


We believe that we are about to move into the  promised outpouring of Joel 2. I refuse to believe that Jesus is coming back for a sick defeated bride. He  is coming back for a victorious bride. He told me today that ONE BILLION SOULS would be touched by this revival. We believe we, as well as you,  are called to be used of God in this great harvest of souls; which is too big for any one preacher.

A wave of God’s glory is coming upon the earth. In this final outpour God is going to release a fire like never before. There’s going to be a desire in the people for the deeper things of God in this last revival. We will see a demonstration of God’s power that the earth has never seen. God has been sending drizzles and rains of His anointing but there’s about to be a huge downpour

This is it! Do not stand on the sidelines. We pray that you understand the urgency that time is short, and that over 6 billion people are lost and on there way to hell, God is about to speak to those that have never heard the gospel.

That’s why He has called us to Africa and to host crusades overseas. We are giving up everything for this final harvest: What will you give up,? Will you join us on the mission field as a volunteer? Will you donate to the cause of reaching those billions? Or will you just read and go by your way? Will we look at the souls of the lost at judgment, as they suffer, while we do nothing? Jesus never saw a need  and did not meet it. If we have the resources and the strength, I believe we are obligated to do more.  Join us today, because the final harvest is about to begin. \

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