In Bible times, weddings in Israel were celebrated for seven days. Marriage feasts were celebrated again and again. Once a couple got married, it was celebration galore. Family and friends feasted again and again in celebration of the marriage that had just begun; there were repeated celebrations for the same marriage; there were resounding celebrations for the same marriage; there were stretched celebrations for the same marriage.
Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: God is about to grant you that miracle that will be celebrated again and again. God will do something for you that will be celebrated for many days; God will grant you open doors that will birth endless celebrations; God will grant you favours that will cause you to call for celebrations; God will grant you weighty miracles that will cause your celebrations to be stretched and extended.
One day will not be enough to celebrate what God is about to do for you; one day will not be enough to tell the tale of what God is about to make happen for your sake; your miracle will be so resounding that years later, people who hear it will still want to celebrate with you all over again. Your miracle will be so glorious that it will generate celebrations that will happen again and again. Yours will be called an endless celebration.
God will make your next miracle heavy; He will make it resounding; He will cause it to tower above your expectations; God will give you that gift that will blow your mind; God will give you that gift that will shock everyone who hears about it; God will orchestrate a chain of events that will cause you to celebrate and be celebrated; God will position you for many celebrations.
Your celebrations will be many. You will be called that one that God granted multiple, massive celebrations.