The North Wind
The word of God is full of secrets and mysteries. In the Song of Solomon, Chapter 4:16, it is written:
“Awake, O north wind, and come, O south wind! Blow upon my garden, let its spices flow. Let my beloved come to his garden, and eat its choicest fruits.“
Solomon said, “Awake, O north wind, come quickly!” It’s as if he was addressing someone. Aquilon is Hebrew, and it means in English “north wind.” The north wind is a warm wind. Thus, when the north wind and the south wind meet, the climate becomes mild. When these two winds meet and blow over your life, that’s when you can enjoy the fruit of your labor.
There are people who work but do not enjoy the fruits of their labor. The whole neighborhood or village knows that a certain man works harder than everyone else, but in the end, the fruit of his labor is not seen. When you see someone constantly struggling without results, meaning they are not enjoying the fruits of their labor, it means that the two winds mentioned above have not blown over their life yet.
The garden in the biblical verse above may signify your home, your business, field, livestock, ministry, or service. There are people who don’t need to struggle like you. Everything Solomon did, for example, succeeded because he spoke to these two winds to blow together over his garden.
The Bible says that some will plant trees, but others will eat their fruits. If you don’t want this to happen in your life, learn to speak, above all, to the north wind in everything you undertake. Know that it is a warm wind, and trees and animals do not like warm winds. That’s why there must always be both winds to soften the situations.
This text is an extract from the book ” The four winds of the Holy Spirit ” written by Prophet Emmanuel SAWADOGO.