Field of Flowers

Living In A Field Of Faith

The floral industry in the US is worth over $5 billion despite the fact that there was a slight decrease in numbers in the years between 2015 and 2020. Globally, this industry is worth $18 billion.  Tulips are the best-selling cut flowers in the U.S., with annual sales revenue of $65.3 million, reported by both wholesale and retail businesses.1  While those are mega numbers to consider, more importantly, all of us must live somewhere both physically and spiritually.

On Sunday, August 14, 2022, my husband and I listened to a timely, Biblical teaching from a seasoned prophetic minister with a trusted and documented track record.

We also “soaked” in God’s presence while singing along to a soundtrack recorded live in Jerusalem by a Messianic Jewish songwriter.

It has been my personal experience that certain musical notes and chords can open up and usher in the prophetic revelatory downloads and help to set the spiritual atmosphere to receive from the Lord.

Here are some examples of where prophecy is accompanied by music:

1 Samuel 10:5-6

2 Kings 3:13-19

1 Chronicles 25:1-3

Ephesians 5:19-20

As I was in the Spirit on the Lord’s Day, suddenly a woman appeared in a field of assorted, pastel-colored daisies. She was probably in her late 30’s or early 40’s with shoulder-length, dark brown hair. Dressed in a blue, yellow, and white plaid summer dress and large, beige sun bonnet tied with a velvet, burgundy ribbon, the woman bent down to pick one of the daisies with her right hand. Drawing it to her face, she smelled and admired it, smiling all the while.

In her left hand, she held a small Bible which was turned to Hebrews 1. This is the chapter outlining faith at the dawn of history and the ensuing Heroes Hall of Fame.

I heard in the Spirit, “Living In a Field of Faith.”

Hopefully, at the time of this writing, that’s where you’re spiritually living.

[End of prophetic vision.]

No Boundaries & No End.

In the panoramic vision of the field of daisies, there were no boundaries and no end. It extended as far as the human eye could see.

Prophetically speaking, fields represent the church, a Christian believer, the world, or harvest.

The first part of John Chapter 4 records the powerful, spiritual encounter of the Samaritan woman and Jesus meeting at a well. Afterwards, His disciples were concerned about Jesus having something to eat. His response was, “My food is to do the will of Him who sent Me, and to finish His work. Do you not say, ‘There are still four months and then comes the harvest’? Behold, I say to you, lift up your eyes and look at the fields, for they are already white for harvest!” (John 4:34-35)

Oftentimes, Jesus used agricultural metaphors and examples in His parables, so the hearers could readily relate. He was reminding them to open their eyes and just look around as there were still so many people who needed to hear the good news of the gospel in order to be saved.

How then shall they call on Him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in Him of whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without a preacher? And how shall they preach unless they are sent? As it is written:

“How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the gospel of peace, who bring glad tidings of good things!”

 “But they have not all obeyed the gospel. For Isaiah says, ‘Lord, who has believed our report?’ So then faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.” (Romans 10:14-17)

Poppy, Norm, & The Morning Walk.

Our grandkiddos affectionately refer to my husband as “Poppy.” A few days ago, he was quite late returning from his normal morning walk. When he arrived home, I asked him about the delay and how his walk was to which he replied with an exuberant, “Great!”

Periodically over the past decade, we would see an older gentleman named Norm walking in our area. If the occasion presented itself, we would stop and chat with him for a few minutes.

On this particular morning of Poppy’s walk, at the EXACT same time that he felt a nudging from the Holy Spirit to walk across the street and speak with Norm about Jesus and salvation, Norm had received the very same leading!

Much to the pleasant surprise of both men, they had each already accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior, so their names could be written in the Lamb’s Book of Life. (Luke 10:20; Philippians 4:2-3, Revelation 3:5 and 21:27)

Also, this divine encounter resulted in Poppy receiving a prayer assignment regarding a member of Norm’s family.

Grieved By Various Trials.

It’s of the utmost importance to live in a field of faith while undergoing a trial of our faith.

Immediately following the birth of the early church as recorded in the book of Acts, the Christians were dispersed as a result of persecution which caused a dramatic growth in the number of believers and followers of Jesus Christ.

The Apostle Paul was called to minister to the Gentiles while the Apostle Peter was sent to the Jews. (Galatians 2:8)

Peter greets the elect pilgrims in 1 Peter 1:6-9,

“In this you greatly rejoice, though now for a little while, if need be, you have been grieved by various trials, that the genuineness of your faith, being much more precious than gold that perishes, though it is tested by fire, may be found to praise, honor, and glory at the revelation of Jesus Christ, whom having not seen you love. Though now you do not see Him, yet believing, you rejoice with joy inexpressible and full of glory, receiving the end of your faith—the salvation of your souls.”

It’s quite possible the reason The Apostle Peter refers to them as pilgrims is because they had been driven from other areas due to persecution or their ethnicity. Since they refused to participate in pagan rituals and worship man-made gods, some ended up being slaves due to low socio-economic status and lack of governmental protection.

As some of them worked in literal fields, their faith would have been tested to the maximum. They most certainly would not have been treated as royalty by the Roman Empire.

Daisies & The Number 14.

The Holy Spirit could have chosen any flower to populate the field in the prophetic vision.

According to Cathie Richardson, author of Victorian Flora, A Language of Flowers Handbook2, “The name Daisy came from “Days-Eye” because daisies open during the day and close at night.”

Daisies symbolize innocence, purity, and new beginnings.

A trial of our faith can require a new beginning as we may have to deal with loss, trauma, betrayal, persecution or any number of life’s challenges.

I received this prophetic vision on August 14, 2022. The number 14 speaks of deliverance, salvation, liberty, and a double measure of spiritual perfection as one of the symbols of 7 is spiritual maturity or perfection.

This meaning goes hand-in-hand with Jesus’ words listed above from John 4:34-35 regarding salvation.

“And he who wins souls is wise.” (Proverbs 11:30b)

 If you encounter someone today and feel that stirring from The Holy Spirit to share the good news of the gospel, I would urge you to do so. You may never see that person again, much less four months from now!

Life Can Be Puzzling At Times!

I’ve listed below a previous blog post written about the subject of faith if you’d like to revisit it for some direction and encouragement.

puzzle with missing piece
The Missing Piece

Prophetic Insights For Daily Living.

#1. Are you willing to share your faith in Jesus Christ with those in your neighborhood, town, and surrounding community?

#2. God has a limitless supply of faith to provide to us if we’re willing and able to receive it from Him.

When our faith begins to wane, especially in the heat of battle and trials, we can bend down and pick a fresh daisy for a fresh infusion of faith. Envision a limitless field all around you!

#3. Is there someone God is laying upon your heart who is going through a challenge or trial of some sort right now? If so, how can you render practical love and encouragement to him or her?

You might even consider gifting a daisy and sharing this prophetic word along with the accompanying scriptures as there’s such power in the word of God.

#4. What does Living In A Field Of Faith mean to you? How can you readily apply it to your life today?

#5. Pray and ask God for the Holy Spirit’s gift of faith as outlined in 1 Corinthians 12:9 to help grow your faith.

#6. I would encourage you to read and study Hebrews Chapter 11. When doing so, is there a particular person with whom you can identify? If so, plan to do some further study about that person’s life where it’s mentioned in the Bible. For instance, Hebrews 11:22 mentions Joseph. A great deal can be learned from studying his life.

Faith is trusting in God and His love for us which is unlimited, and so should be our faith in Him. We must trust Him in all situations. Our faith is not that He will do what we want Him to do. It is that He is God, and our faith is trusting in His wisdom and love at all times.

“So Jesus answered and said to them [His disciples], ‘Have faith in God.’” (Mark 11:22)

In this prophetic vision, the pastel daisies stretched as far as you could see. Our faith in God should be as limitless!

Until the next message,

SFE (Sheila, Fellow Encourager)

Sheila F. Eismann, Prophetic Seer, Blogger, & Author, publishes her blog posts endeavoring to encourage others through God’s word.  Her writings include instructions on how to apply prophetic insights for daily living.

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2 thoughts on “Living In A Field Of Faith”

  1. Cathie Richardson

    Enjoyable post and I really like this – “It’s of the utmost importance to live in a field of faith while undergoing a trial of our faith.” Thank you for mentioning my book!

    1. Cathie, thank you for your encouragement. I’m happy to hear that you enjoyed reading this post and that it ministered to you. Your exquistely illustrated Victorian Flora has been such a fabulous reference tool for me. I just like to sit and admire your artwork and drink in all of your research inside your book. Keep up the great artwork! You are extremely talented and bless many others with the work of your beautiful hands.

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