For weeks now, literally everyday I have been seeing on the clock, on license plates, on receipts the numbers 633. My spirit immediately says, Matthew 6:33, “But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things will be added unto you.” Yes I know this is part of it, but if it was all of it, I would love keep seeing this number come up over and over again. Today, it happened again, I finish praying I sit down at my desk and there it is on the clock 633. I asked the Lord, what does 633 mean. Immediately, I sense I am to add the numbers together. 6+3+3=12; 12 represents the 12 apostles, the 12 disciples, the 2 tribes of Israel, and the Lord says, 12=leadership. One puzzle piece is in place.
I realized I had assumed the verse God was saying when I saw 633 so I went thoughout the whole bible and looked up all the 633 verses and there is literally only seven places you can find a 633. In all four of the gospels, Judges, and 1 and 2 Kings, that is it. When I come to the very last 633 in 2 Kings 6:33 it says, “While he was giving his instructions, the king showed up, accusing, “This trouble is directly from GOD! And what’s next? I’m fed up with GOD!” I read the verse and knew I needed to know the context. This is the story where the famine is so bad in Samaria that women are eating their children. The king is distressed by all this and blames it on Elisha, the prophet, henceforth, why the king says, this trouble is from God. Context matters.
As I am looking at this verse, the Lord says, tell people, “I am worth the wait!” (Selah) Tears are in my eyes, for the wait has been long, the pain seems to be intensifying from an attack on the world’s health to now the attack on the world’s wealth with inflation. People can’t seem to get a break. I then heard in the spirit, people wanting to give up, saying this is too hard. Those who have a promise from God, but He is saying wait, my friends, “He is worth the wait!” I know prices are high, markets are shakey and housing is out of control, but “He is worth the wait!” How do I know. Listen to the next verse in 2 Kings 7:1 “Elisha said, “Listen! GOD’s word! The famine’s over. This time tomorrow food will be plentiful—a handful of meal for a shekel; two handfuls of grain for a shekel. The market at the city gate will be buzzing.”
One word from God and this whole thing is going to change in a day. One prophet, somewhere, someday is going to hear the voice of the Lord, declare it in the earth, just like Elisha did and everything is going to change for the world. Don’t give up, don’t stop believing, don’t quit now, we are one word away from God’s intervention. “He is worth the wait!”