“In The Last Days”
by Tracey Armstrong

Acts 2:17

And it shall come to pass in the last days, says God, that I will pour out of My Spirit on all flesh; your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your young men shall see visions, your old men shall dream dreams. (NKJV)

When I woke up today the phrase, “in the last days” rolled through my mind. Instantly I felt that something negative and bad was about to happen in the world. My first thoughts were about wars and rumors of wars. Yet, for some reason I didn’t feel doomed or fearful, I had great peace in my heart. I went to my computer and researched “in the last days.” I found that in the last days God will have victory and not defeat, I found that the people of God will have victory and not defeat, and I also found that believers will have more power in the last days than they had before.

There is a negative connotation with the phrase “in the last days,” but I believe that we will know God’s supernatural power in a greater way in these last days. The line is being drawn in the sand and a separation is imminent. We must be different than the world and those who have no hope. In the last days the power of God is going to visit your home, family, friends, business, and ministry in a peculiar way; in a way that will set us one cut above the rest in every aspect of life.

The more time goes by, the more we should learn to completely rely on the Holy Spirit for His empowerment. God wants to give you vision, dreams, and prophetic words. Trust in God and He will make sure that you are victorious and powerful in the last days. 


I have power and I am victorious because I am in Christ. Victory is imminent for me. My future is bright. God is my help for the future and I will trust in Him with all of my heart.


Today you’re going to approach God on behalf of the same friend that you have been praying for. This time I want you to ask God for a promise for their future salvation. God will give you a clear picture of what their life will look like after salvation if you simply ask.