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2020/7/15 Resurrection Seeds Sown When We Plead with God

Updated: Jul 21, 2020

Ron Sawka Ministries

July 15, 2020; Tammuz 23, 5780

“Then Isaac trembled exceedingly, and said, ‘Who? Where is the one who hunted game and brought it to me? I ate all of it before you came, and I have blessed him—and indeed he shall be blessed’”(Gen. 27:33).

“Now Isaac pleaded with the Lord for his wife, because she was barren; and the Lord granted his plea, and Rebekah his wife conceived” (Gen. 25:21).

In this update:

  1. Resurrection Seeds Sown When We Plead with God

  2. Yarn Alive—No Summer Vacation!

  3. GYM—Get Rid of Self-Sabotaging Issues

Resurrection Seeds Sown When We Plead with God

I have come to see that sometimes God will require us to plead with Him. This releases a prophetic promise and resurrection anointing that goes far beyond just that what we are praying for. This prophetic promise/resurrection anointing ensures the power of death and destruction are broken and that God’s purposes come to pass.

I was led to see this in a very unusual way as I was preaching this past Sunday.

We started with praying in tongues, and the Holy Spirit immediately led me to the scripture where the people trembled when they saw/heard the fire of God on mount Sinai (Exod. 19:16). Then the Lord reminded me of how Isaac trembled when he realized how close he had come to completely missing God’s plan through his intention of giving the blessing to Esau and not Jacob (Gen. 27:33).

We know Jacob pretended to be Esau and got the blessing by deceit (I feel it was unnecessary and that somehow God would still have overruled). But while giving the blessing, Isaac could feel the strong anointing and power of God. It was God’s confirmation that Isaac had blessed the correct son. It was only later when Esau arrived that Isaac knew he had blessed Jacob. He probably knew that it should have been Jacob all along. Thus, he trembled and shuddered because he avoided what could have been a disastrous outcome.

For some reason, Isaac forgot—or tried to ignore—the promise God gave him and Rebekah before the twins were born, a promise that “the older (Esau) shall serve the younger (Jacob)” (Gen. 25:23). It was against protocol—the oldest should receive the blessing. Perhaps Isaac willfully ignored that. But God overruled. The correct son, Jacob, got the blessing, and thus God’s covenant plan that began with Abraham could go on. Otherwise it would have been halted.

Pleading with God—I was then led to read the following: “Now Isaac pleaded with the Lord for his wife because she was barren; and the Lord granted his plea” (Gen. 25:23, NKJV, emphases added).

To plead with God is a seldom-used, but very powerful thing. It comes when we are in a desperate or impossible situation. I think the Lord sometimes sets things up this way so we have no choice but to plead with Him. When we do, He does more than just answer the need. It seems as if He also implants a resurrection seed or anointing into the situation to ensure some much greater fulfillment—to ensure it comes to pass, even after a long time. God heard Isaac’s plea and not only granted children, but also put a prophetic promise or seed of resurrection into that fulfillment. Later, even though Isaac himself forgot, and was nearly the instrument of sabotaging God’s plan, that anointing or prophetic promise stopped the enemy’s plan and God’s purposes prevailed.

The Lord then reminded me of the ruler of the synagogue who pleaded with Jesus to come heal his daughter. We read, “He pleaded earnestly with him, ‘My little daughter is dying’” (Mark 5:23, NIV, emphasis added). The man returned home with Jesus only to find his daughter had already died. Jesus told him to be of good cheer and then resurrected the girl. Here again, we can see that the father was forced to plead. It released a prophetic promise/resurrection anointing. Little did he know that his daughter would come back to life.

As I was teaching this, I was reminded of something I had been forced to plead with God for. The answer came soon afterward. But just this past Sunday, my eyes were opened to a much, much greater seed that God had planted at that time, more than forty years ago. It simply is amazing.

The Lord is breaking all kinds of barrenness now. Many, many of you have obeyed the Lord by praying in tongues for thirty minutes daily for three weeks. Yes, barrenness is being broken, but it is also going far beyond what we expected or thought. Some of you will experience something like what Isaac did. A plan or promise from long ago that was forgotten is now being revived. Sons or daughters that were called of God many years prior but who then wandered away are now being “resurrected.” The prophetic seed placed in them will now grow and bring forth miraculous life.

Yarn Alive—No Summer Vacation!

Thank you for praying for and supporting Yarn Alive, which is pretty much back in full swing. Because Yarn Alive activities were suspended for nearly four months, the women don’t want to take time off during the summer. August usually is an “off” month. But not this year! They don’t want any more time off.

If you are interested in helping financially, please contact or visit

GYM—Get Rid of Self-Sabotaging Issues

This is the third week now that I am posting about GYM. Not just coincidentally, the present Hebrew month, Tammuz, is about shining brighter and brighter. We are not to be like Reuben, who had such incredible potential. Jacob described him as “the beginning of my power, with excellence and dignity.” But he did not live up to it because he was “unstable as water” (Gen. 49:3–4). He meant well, but sabotaged himself and didn’t deal with his issues.

Too bad Reuben didn’t have something like GYM to help him deal with those self-sabotaging issues. The next month, Av (which begins on July 22), is about “being concerned about our lives.” The month is linked with Simeon, who also messed up his life. Again, I urge you to sign up for this course. (It’s held in English and Japanese.)

GYM is a forty-week course that Mike and Rachel designed and run. The Lord has used it to establish proper foundations in many believers’ lives. The course runs from September 17, 2020 through July 15, 2021. For more information, please visit

Thanks so much for praying!

Ron and Teddy
































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