Psalm 84:5,6 -
Now King David was also in a valley and on the face of it, high odds were stacked against him, facing an enormous army of opposition.
There could have been some weeping felt in this place, but David finds strength in God as he waited on God and received the instruction of victory.
Now when he heard the rustling of leaves from the wind and the stirrings of the army of angelic hosts of the Lord, he knew this was the time to move in harmony with the moving of the Holy Spirit in victory.
The rustling of the leaves were in the mulberry trees which were baca in plural, so that is where David was camped, right where he could hear and perceive the moving of God and David progressed in partnership with God. Now the tables had turned, weeping and frustration ceased turning into celebrations of victory, as the overwhelming army of the enemies camp was routed with ease by the mighty hand of the Lord and His angelic armies.
With hearts set on a quest, we begin our journey in the barreness of a desert, we have a glimpse of a paradise in the city of the promises of God.
We simply must pass through our Valley of Baca.
As our hungry and thirsty hearts rise up from within our world, we make a connection to a place out of this world in times of refreshing and splendour, all tears are forgotten.