I shared this word via Facebook on the morning of July 28.
I just heard this prophetic word from the Lord for someone specific who will find themselves at a wharf today.
Psalm 19 is critical for you in this moment as “The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims his handiwork” (Ps. 19:1). Read Psalm 19 in its entirety.
You are about to see what you have never seen before. See the heavens declare the glory of God in the face of Christ. Don’t resist the urge to fall on bent knees in the midst of an unusual situation. Surrender to Christ what has troubled you. Bow low in adoration of the King of kings, the Lord of lords—and you will encounter Him unlike anything you’ve experienced before. Both His fierceness and tenderness will manifest as you gaze upon Christ with the eyes of your heart.
Bow your heart before Him as you find yourself at the wharf. Sing His praises even in the midst of the calamity. Let your voice arise to extol the praises of Him who is worthy above all else to be crowned with your sacrifice of praise. Praise Him. Bow before Christ your King. Exalt Him even in the midst of the unknown.
The last verse of Psalm 19 will be especially meaningful to you at the wharf: “Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in your sight, O Lord, my rock and my redeemer.”
Pastor Jeffrey Light shared this helpful definition of wharf in the comments on the Facebook post:
“The word wharf comes from the Old English warft or the Old Dutch word werf, which both evolved to mean “yard”, an outdoor place where work is done, like a shipyard (Dutch: scheepswerf) or a lumberyard (Dutch: houtwerf).”