In addition to the golden candlesticks and the lamps that were thereon, Zechariah speaks of two olive trees on either side of the bowl upon the candlestick. The candlestick in the temple needed the priest to continually pour oil into it so that the light does not go out; but the candlestick in Zechariah’s vision had olive trees producing oil. The candlestick in Zechariah’s vision did not need a man to manufacture oil to be poured into it.
To produce oil from the olive, someone would need to harvest it, and use it to produce oil. Someone would have been needed to also bring the oil to the temple. The priest would have needed to watch over the lamp to be sure of when to pour extra oil. There would have been a process to make things work in the lamp that was described in Exodus 25. God showed Zechariah a lamp that didn’t need the processes of men.
Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: in this season, the processes of men shall be waived for your sake. In places and matters where human efforts and protocols ought to come into play, God will cause you to have results without the processes. The processes of men shall be waived for you to have uncommon results. The gates that stopped others will be removed for your sake. The ‘olive trees’ you need will be positioned right beside you.
May God connect you to the source. May God link you up to what you need to survive. God will position you in a place where the resources you need will come looking for you. God will position you in a place where you will not need to look for what you need before you see it. God will position you in the place where there shall be an abundance of the vital provisions you need to make progress. God is positioning you to have more.
No more shall it be said that the processes of men hindered your destiny. As surely as the Lord lives, processes and efforts will be waived for your sake.