{ Day 287 }

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Mike Bickle

These are not drunk, as you suppose, since it is only the third hour of the day. But this is what was spoken by the prophet Joel. —Acts 2:15-16, NKJV

The Joel 2 prophecies concerning the outpouring of the Holy Spirit are partially fulfilled in Jerusalem on the Day of Pentecost. But just because the outpouring at Pentecost was “what was spoken by the prophet Joel” doesn’t mean that was all of the outpouring. The Spirit fell on one hundred twenty people in a small room in Jerusalem. That’s not big enough for the complete fulfillment—even if you include the three thousand who were converted and baptized that day. I am convinced that the fullness of Joel 2 is yet to be seen. The greatest and fullest manifestation of the kingdom of God—the Day of the Lord, the restoration of all things, and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit—is reserved for the consummation of all things at the end of the age. I believe there will be an unprecedented revival in which all believers will experience dreams, visions, and everything Joel prophesied just before the Second Coming of Christ.


Father, I long for the fulfillment of Your prophetic word to pour Your Spirit out upon this world. I wait eagerly for revival to fill our land and for Your people to experience dreams and visions from You.

The prophecy will have a worldwide scope
to it where all flesh—that is, all believers,
not just prophets—will have
dreams and see visions.

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