A peek through my February journaling

A Mini-Album

My February journaling activities

The theme of the month

My February Declaration

Forming new partnerships

My February partnership

My February word collage

During my second season of prayer journaling, I was prompted by Holy Spirit to come into God’s rhythm. At that time It was just after I was led to study and implement the biblical watches to my prayer life. I really did not know how but I just followed.

So I was introduced to the biblical or prophetic months. I was a bit hesitant but was confronted with a question: ” You believed in my watches, but not my prophetic timing?

February is the second month according to the Gregorian calendar but in the Hebrew calendar, it is the last month, Adar. When I read more about the Hebrew month, I found that each month is also connected to a certain tribe. Adar is linked to the tribe of Naphtali, the sixth son of Jacob.

It is a month of joy and this year, 2022, is said to be a biblical leap year: a Double portion of joy.

My February Prayer Journal Value

During times of uncertainty 
I was asked to trust
To leap for joy
And to strengthen my bars

Even though it felt fake,
In the silence of my prayers
I pressed on
I experience faith.

My February Bullet Journal Bible study

Although I engage with other passages in the Bible I know by the experience gained through journaling, that each journey is accompanied by a specific book of the bible.

It does not always come all at once. It takes time to be revealed and it comes through knocking, seeking, and asking. During the first night watch (6 pm – 9 pm), the last week of February; I was asking God about the resources for my kingdom assignment and clear instructions.

A power drill fast

Every month I follow a 3 – or 5-day prayer journal fasting, and sometimes it has a theme that I love because this gives me clear direction towards the scriptures to use or what prayer strategy to follow.

Power Drilling Scripture

1. We are being strengthened with all power to endure difficulties and to grow patience.

being strengthened with all power according to his glorious might so that you may have great endurance and patience,

Colossians 1:11

Those who are called share in the power and wisdom of God.

but to those whom God has called, both Jews and Greeks, Christ the power of God and the wisdom of God. 

1 Corinthians 1:24

The same power that raised Jesus Christ from the dead, is also in us.

“and his incomparably great power for us who believe. That power is the same as the mighty strength 

he exerted when he raised Christ from the dead and seated him at his right hand in the heavenly realms,  

Ephesians 1:19-20

The battle resting upon human wisdom instead of leaning into this great power inside of us is being going on for ages.

so that your faith might not rest on human wisdom but on God’s power.

1 Corinthians 2:25

Resting in the power of God

Prophetic word February

ROAR

  • Who is roaring?Identify the roar!
  • Practise the roar.
  • Roaring over me, through me….in me!

I’ve been prompted to roar over my loved ones and my prayer radar. I read an incredible story about a group of people who went on holiday in a game park in South Africa. They saw something that amazed them and this is what triggered me. A lioness was badly wounded from a fight and was lying next to her cubs when a group of hyenas tried to attack her babies.

Even the weakest roar can make the scavengers flee

Although this lion was very weak, all she could do was a roar. The hyenas immediately responded to her roar, backed off and her cups were safe.


Concluding February with giving thanks to God, claiming from it what to take with me into a new month, and soon finding myself in the portal of March.

Mornings with Holy Spirit

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