On September 7th, 2018, while alone in my car, I began seeing various scenarios in the spirit. One-by-one, I saw “clips” of people I knew, and dire situations that had come upon them within the last year or so. My heart ached as I began to cry out to God. But the pain quickly changed to anger at what I was shown next. Continue Reading >>>
This article is a continuation of ‘The Devil Is A Liar!’ If you have not read, I recommend doing so before continuing. As previously stated, this is a message to the Remnant:
The Lord has made clear His people are not ready for the coming darkness. We cry out, begging Him to finish His work in us – to transform us into His likeness. We ask the Lord to remove everything from us not of Him, anything that does not give Him Glory. We so desire to be used by Him in the days ahead… But do we really know what we are asking? Continue Reading >>>
Throughout the night of June 12th, 2018, I heard the Lord say,
“Let My People Go!”
Upon awakening, I heard the words again, as the magnitude of oppression and bondage under which many of the Saints of God are living was heavily impressed upon my spirit. I felt deep sorrow, along with the need to pray fervently for the oppressed within the Church. Continue Reading >>>
I saw a group of women in a room. Everyone was scurrying around in excitement about the news they had just received – Jesus was coming! I immediately knew it was the 10 virgins Jesus talked about in Matthew 25:1-13.
Suddenly the women split into two groups and the mood completely changed. A group of five held out their hands before the other five, with an intense look of expectancy, as they asked them to share their oil to fill their lamps.
The scene changed and I saw a large group of people in a field, like an open air theater. There was a mighty man of God speaking to the group. I knew instantly he was highly anointed to go out and preach everywhere as led by the Holy Spirit. But the Lord showed me there were people in the crowd that shouldn’t be there.
Those that shouldn’t be there were saints called to be mighty men and women of God. They had also been called to speak to others under the power and anointing of the Holy Spirit. But instead, they were inthe crowd attempting to draw from the anointing of the speaker! I saw them with their hands extended out towards him, with the same look of expectancy as the 5 foolish virgins as they asked others to share their oil. Continue Reading >>>