Friday, March 25, 2016

Time of Alignment

Time of Alignment
The end of the series “Need to Know Yesterday” regarding false prophecy, as well as the final parts of “Echoes Down Through the Corridors of History” have not been forgotten, only put on hold whilst I put forth other things that the Lord has laid upon my heart to share.

With all I am, my heart is to do His will. This is a serious time, I believe, one of miracles, but also judgment. It is a time of alignment, which means we as believers best make sure that we are in line with God's will, obeying what the Lord has instructed us personally. Remember the “Window of Time” the Lord revealed? Ponder deeply and pay heed!

The article was posted in September last year (2015), but I had seen the “window” in the clouds about a month previously. I understood that the Lord was revealing to His people that there is indeed a time and season for everything, and that as His people we were being given a time period in which to get things right with Him. 

He has been bringing us through purging, purifying, sanctifying, trials and tribulations (a testing, as it were). There have also been attacks from the dark side.  Yet, there is a much bigger picture. It is about the times we are in.

The first warning was seven months ago. Then, in December, the Lord again showed me a “window” in the clouds, but this time it was smaller. I understood that we were “Running Out of Time”. 

It was confirmed by a sister in London (D.P.) who sent an audio clip from a brother in Africa, whose sister had also been given a dream regarding the short amount of time left to ‘get things right with God’. The second warning was three and a half months ago.

That brings us up to now, March 2016, and the window or door, whichever you choose to call it is about to close. It is the time of alignment, the time of God choosing His people (the Bride, as mentioned in ‘Running out of Time”), those who will do great exploits, but also a time of judgments coming. Take heed!

That He might present it to Himself a glorious church (ekklesia – assembly, called out from the world), not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish. This is a great mystery: but I speak concerning Christ and the church (ekklesia). [Eph 5:27; 32]

God's people must make themselves ready, and also heed what the Holy Spirit is saying. There are things coming that we must be ready for. God is positioning His people. We want to be instruments in the Lord's hands, but can He trust us? Are we obedient? Are we sensitive to His leading? Are we in His will?

God truly is the same, yesterday, today and forever.  Just as He was patient with the Israelites in the wilderness, He has been patient with many of us (myself included). If you feel that you are in alignment (God’s will for you) and are just waiting upon the Lord now for further instruction/direction, be at peace, but keep guarded, both in the physical and the spiritual. 

However, if you feel that there are still things in your personal life that must come into alignment, you best move on it now!  The time for procrastination, excuses, doubts, fear and unbelief must cease because I believe - no, I know that things shall indeed come into alignment. God’s will WILL be done, but which way His will is done (outcome) will completely depend on our individual choices!

Righteousness and justice are the habitation of your throne: mercy and truth shall go before your face.  [Ps 89:14]

For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God?  And if the righteous scarcely be saved, where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear? [1Pet 4:17-18]

Blessings or Curses
God is a God of love (He IS love), mercy and grace, but He is also a righteous God of justice and judgment.  I wonder if people tend to read Deuteronomy 28, about the blessings and curses and think, “Oh that was for Israel, back in the days of the law, but we are not under the law; we are under grace.”

And it shall come to pass, if you shall hearken (take heed – to listen and follow) diligently unto the voice of the LORD thy God, to observe and to do all his commandments which I command thee this day, that the LORD thy God will set thee on high above all nations of the earth:
And all these blessings shall come on thee, and overtake thee, if you shall hearken unto the voice of the LORD thy God.  [Deut 28:1-2]

But it shall come to pass, if you will not hearken unto the voice of the LORD thy God, to observe to do all His commandments and His statutes (law or decree) which I command thee this day; that all these curses shall come upon thee, and overtake thee: [Deut 28:15]

A wonder, an amazement, a shrug perhaps…”That was then, this is now”, yet I would caution the reader that it still holds true today. We are either children of obedience or children of disobedience. If you are anything like me, we can come dangerously close to the precipice, making excuses, justifying our ‘why’s’, or even allowing fear to hold hands with unbelief, and walk right into disobedience aka “rebellion”.

Wherein in time past ye walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the power of the air, the spirit that now works in the children of disobedience:
Among whom also we all had our conversation in times past in the lusts of our flesh, fulfilling the desires of the flesh and of the mind; and were by nature the children of wrath, even as others.  [Eph 2:2-3]

How often do we hear that Jesus took the curse upon Him on the cross; therefore, they negate the verses in Deuteronomy. The ‘curse’ our Messiah Jesus (Yeshua) took upon Him was ‘sin’, the breaking of the ‘law’; man’s alienation from God due to our sins. 

It is time to get all our ducks in a row. If we continue in sin, it is disobedience (rebellion). In ancient Israel, those who broke the law were killed and then often hung up on a tree, not only as a sign of humiliation, but as an example to all of what happens when God’s laws were disobeyed.

I will explain this more fully further on when I go into more detail with something that I wrote nearly three weeks ago. That is how long this piece has been in the works and then put on hold, as I went through more. 

It is true that our walk is a process, yes, but there comes a time for each and every single one of us that we must make hard choices. With the right choices (God’s will), Abba will bring about radical changes.

We will either truly die to self or we will refuse our cross and walk right into rebellion. We will either cross the Jordan or we will die in the wilderness.  If we choose the latter, then woe to us if we do not screech to a stop.

We must see what we are doing, fall upon our knees in genuine repentance, with a brokenness at the reality of what we allowed ourselves to do or believe (sin) and ask for forgiveness!  Oh yes, it is absolutely all about choice. We choose this day whom we will serve.

The Choice is Ours
If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed. [Jn 8:36]

One time I was listening to a sermon where the preacher said that we can tell how free we are by the amount of choices we are allowed to make. When God created man, He gave him the power to choose, to make his own choices – a wonderful gift of freedom.  God will not force our choices, but He definitely forewarns us if we are going down the wrong path.

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not to your own understanding. In ALL your ways, acknowledge Him, and He SHALL direct your paths.[Prov 3:5, 6]

If someone gives you directions to a certain destination and you ignore their instructions and choose to try and go a different way, chances are you will get lost and end up in the wrong place. One has to follow (obey) directions or instructions given in order to reach the right destination.

He will melt our hearts with His love and draw us to repentance with His goodness, but He never has and never will force us to love Him, believe Him, trust or obey Him.  Even though we know that we love Him because He first loved us, it does not mean that we will believe what He promises us (in His word or to us personally), trust and submit to His leading and obey His directions/instructions.

There are plenty of examples in the Word of God that reveal to us those who made choices that were out of God’s will. The Israelites are an excellent example of God’s patience, His willingness to forgive, His love, provision, protection, mercy and grace.

Yet, it also reveals to us that we cannot go on indefinitely with thoughts filled with doubts, drenched with fear (which opposes faith), unbelief (which opposes trust) and ‘doing our own thing’ (which opposes obedience).  The end result will be rebellion.

Love, Mercy and Judgment

There comes a time when, indeed, we see that God will not be mocked; that there comes a time when His judgment goes forth and it goes forth in righteousness and justice. Woe to us if we do not see!
For he shall have judgment without mercy, that has shown no mercy; and mercy rejoices against (triumphs over) judgment.  [Jam 2:13]

If we show mercy, we will receive mercy. The Lord delights in mercy, which is why He sent His Son, Jesus the Messiah. The Ark of the Covenant had a lid, a covering, which was called the mercy seat, where the blood of the sacrificed animal was sprinkled for ‘atonement’. Jesus (Yeshua) became our covering; His blood was spilled out as atonement for the sins of mankind.

And the cherubims spread out their wings on high, and covered with their wings over the mercy seat, with their faces one to another; even to the mercy seat were the faces of the cherubims.  [Ex 37:9]

Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, which according to his abundant mercy has begotten us again unto a lively hope by the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, [1Pet 1:3]
God knows every detail of our lives because He is God; His eyes are upon us. Personally, I had a problem understanding true love, even though I knew simply by logic that for Christ to die for us, He had to have great love in order to endure the suffering.

Yet, I found it difficult to put that love into perspective, meaning to believe that Christ loved me. Sure, like most of us, I had heard that if I was the only one on earth, Jesus would have died for me. Yet, it was challenging to get my head around it, to truly believe that I was loved, despite all I had done.

So, God sent someone physically into my life who taught me what love meant, someone who showed me that man being made in God’s image was a good thing. The men I had known in my life, from my fathers (biological and step-father), to the orphanage and onward, for the most part were liars, deceitful, abusive, even tyrannical.

I believed that God would be ever watching me, swift to punish me as soon as I made one mistake, love me one day and despise me the next, or beat me down over any small error. I have come to learn by listening to others that I am not the first one who thought perhaps God was somewhat of a tyrant, a harsh disciplinarian.

But through one person (as imperfect and human as he is), God showed me that man was made in His image, a fine creation, a superb plan of our Creator.  He allowed me to meet and be close to a man who could love wholly without belittling, degrading, beating, unfaithfulness or inconsistency.

 My eyes were opened. If a mere man, with all his imperfections, quirks and shortcomings himself, could reveal such beautiful love, how much more does God Himself love me, and all of His creation?  In my life the men I knew from birth right thru were seemingly anything but made in God’s image. I do not say that for sympathy or any such thing, not at all. It is simply a fact.

I always thought love had boundaries and always ended, that when mistakes are made, love punished severely, that as soon as love was known and accepted, love would walk away. 
Yet, God said, “Look, I am not going to walk away. I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. I will never leave or forsake you.  Nothing you do will shock Me. I am not going to desert, abandon or reject you. I ask that you receive My love, for in doing so, My love will cast out all fear. In loving Me, you will obey Me and follow My commandments.”

“In My love, yes I will correct you, even chastise you by allowing you to reap the consequences of your sins. There will also be times that My grace and mercy will spare you the consequences”, (like when Moses murdered an Egyptian and Abraham lied about Sarah being his sister, rather than his wife, in order to save his own life).

God proves to us that He will be with us through every trial every tribulation, but quite often we do not see it or are aware of it until further up the road. Then, one day in retrospect, we come to realize that He was with us through the hardest times. Yet, quite often, we simply are unaware at the time.

When Spiritual Attacks are Meant to Test Us
I wrote the following well over a month ago, perhaps a month and a half ago. At the time, it seemed like so much was going wrong. All the work that I had taken off the blog and placed on an external hard drive to transfer to another site had disappeared off the external.

First, a message came up saying the files were unreadable and corrupted.  After closing the folder and reopening it, the folder showed “empty”. No matter what I tried, the folders said empty. I have multiple folders on the external, such as music, books, PDFs, recipes and the list goes on.

Yet oddly, the ONLY folders that were showing up empty were the ones that contained the writings that I had removed from the blog and my testimony. Thousands upon thousands of hours of research and writing, years of work – gone!  Needless to say, I wept off and on that night and partway into the next day.

I called a company that claims to recover lost data. Nearly six weeks passed with the external being in their hands. All data recovered was sent to me late yesterday afternoon on a new external; however, I have not had the opportunity to see if the missing folders were recovered.

All the data has to be reviewed. If it was recovered, it will be on the disk. If not, it is forever lost. When I have time, I will begin the process of going through it, which in itself will take days. All is in God’s hands. Yes, at first I wept at the loss of hard work, the initial shock, but I came to grips with it. Either the Lord wants me to have it, or it served its purpose.

Before I left the United States, I typed out all the writings that I had written in my dollar store books and placed them in the folders on the external hard drive. This was to cut down on the baggage that I was to bring with me on the bus.

The United States charged by the pound if one went over the weight allowed. Therefore, I was trying to cut costs. All I owned was in two suitcases and an over-the-shoulder computer bag.  If the writings are not on the external that was recovered and returned to me, it truly is lost.

That recovery process will cost me over $600, which will be the money that I have been saving for over a year to get my teeth fixed. Also, the starter on my car went, which cost $350. The starter I have paid for; the recovered data, not yet. All is in God’s hands.

There were other things happening also, in relationships and more. You name it, it seemed like it was going wrong. It was as if all hell had broken loose.  It was during that time that I wrote the following (approximately six weeks ago).

Mercy prevailed, even in the midst of trouble.  When I went to get water at the Water Depot, my car would not start when I came out. Not even a three minute walk away, there just “happened” to be an automotive repair shop that specialized in starters, alternators and electrical problems ONLY.

The men at the shop drove a forklift to my car and pulled it up to the shop. Yes, I had to leave it there for four hours, but it happened at a time that I just “happened” to have the money. It is true that God goes ahead of us. He did not promise that we would not have troubles, but He promised to go ahead of us, that He would not leave or forsake us. Therefore, He tells us not to fear or be afraid.

And the Lord, He it is that does go before thee; He will be with thee, He will not fail thee, neither forsake thee: fear not, neither be dismayed. [Deut 31:8]

I will go before thee, and make the crooked places straight: I will break in pieces the gates of brass, and cut in sunder the bars of iron: [Is 45:2]

Behold, I send an angel before thee, to keep thee in the way, and to bring thee into the place which I have prepared. Beware of him, and obey his voice, provoke him not; for he will not pardon your transgressions: for My name is in him.
But if you shall indeed obey his voice, and do all that I speak; then I will be an enemy unto your enemies, and an adversary unto your adversaries. 
[Ex 23:20-22]

Let your conversation be without covetousness; and be content with such things as ye have: for He has said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee.  So that we may boldly say, The Lord is my helper, and I will not fear what man shall do unto me. [Heb 13:5, 6]

Denying Christ Jesus

February 10, 2016

Last week, I did something I have never done before. I was lying in bed, my heart just raw...and for the first time I ever remember, anger stirred up in me towards God.  Now I had often heard other people say they had gotten angry at God, and I never would say a word to them, just listen to them.

Yet inside, as His child, I would feel slightly indignant, perhaps even defensive toward the Father, as if He needs my defense. I also wondered just where the fear of the Lord was when I heard the testimonies, that reverent respect, that awe of a holy and powerful God.

On that particular day, lying on my bed, this anger stirred and I heard myself saying things like, “Why are you allowing all this to happen? What have I done so terribly wrong? (I had a Job moment; you know, some self-righteousness).

I said something like, “...all these heavy trials in the physical, and the mental torment. You’ve seen my life.  Why all these trials targeting my heart?  Why would you crush my heart so many times?  How many times do You need to smash the clay to make something worthwhile? Haven’t I passed enough times?

Why are You doing this, allowing this?  This is love? If so, then I don’t want to see Your hate, or is this Your hate? And if it’s Your hate, why, why do You hate me now?  I'm strong, but I can't take much more...It's been years!”  

On and on I went, at times biting my tongue and other times just groaning. Even if I was wrong, I poured out my heart to the Lord. Understanding and relief was needed and I wanted God to know that I could not bear was enough! That is what Elijah said, and it was how I was feeling.

I felt hesitant to admit all this, but if my confession helps another, then so be it. We are to lead by example, and that example may well include leading by confessing the more uncomfortable, pitiful parts of ourselves.

Those words are very close to what I said, even if it is not verbatim.

It was a genuine cry out to the Lord and yes, anger.  When we go through a lot over a long period of time, it can get the better of us. 

Sometimes it is tests and trials; sometimes it is purging. Oh, all the dross that came up to the surface.  It was most uncomfortable, and at times, it felt ugly. After all my emotions, feelings and thoughts were spent, when I had nothing more to say, it was not long before all my words resounded in my mind like a loud drum or howling wind.  

With the stark realization of what I had just done, I began to feel guilty. The reality stung, yes, hurt, but the hurt was not about me anymore. It was about how I just came against my Father, and how I just grieved His Holy Spirit. Was I being ungrateful for all He had done for me throughout my life?  The thought was crushing. It was such a mixed bag of emotions.

I never wanted to show God disrespect, or murmur or complain, but that’s what it seemed like I had just done.  I rolled off the bed and fell to my knees, and in repentance, I wept bitterly, like Peter did, with shame and great sorrow, confessing my sins to Him. I covered my whole head and face under a blanket; I felt so ashamed.

I do not know how long I stayed in that humbled, anguished state, but I do know that the Lord forgave me. All glory to God alone! You see, God is not a tyrant. He understands our frustrations and our limits. Even if my thinking was wrong, God prefers an honest prayer from the heart, than a hypocritical prayer that hides what we really feel or struggle with.

I had gone on in my writing back then…(below)
How many of us are doing this? How many of us are denying our own sins, wanting our own way, unwilling to go through our trials that prove us? How many of us are forgetting who God is, the Creator and Sovereign God, and who we are, the created?  How many of us forget to count our blessings and rail on Jesus about our losses and trials?

How many of us will get caught up in the good things He does and forget to thank Him? How many of us get caught up in our own plans without consulting the Lord and asking Him if such are His will for us? And then if it is His will for us and we know it, do we grow impatient, like Abraham and Sarah did?

We may ask ourselves why God is not moving; why all the hindrances; why all the delays; why, why, why when, when, when and how, how, how. We can be an impatient people. We have come to expect everything instantly, from instant coffee to warming up soup and the convenience of fast foods, and right on through to the fruition of our plans and God’s personal promises to us.

We have become a throw-away generation. If something or someone has imperfections or if we grow tired of it, or if it is not we hoped it would be, we toss it away. We are ready to throw away jobs, marriage, friendships, family, clothing, you name it, if it fails or disappoints us in any way. Do we stop and ask God first?

Do we pray about everything and wait for His answer, or do we just move on a thought or a plan and say that if it was not of God, it would not have been in our mind or heart?  How often do we hear, “It is God’s will or it would not have happened, or I would not have the keen desire to do this (or to go there).”

The Bible is full of examples from beginning to end of God’s people who acted on a thought or desire, only to face the fact that they were completely out of God’s will. Jesus said that in the end times, false Christs and false prophets would arise, showing signs and wonders to SEDUCE, if possible, even the elect. [Mk 13:22] 

We can deceive ourselves, and so can others. There will be those who are very convincing people with very persuasive words, showing deeds that are most impressive. They may not claim to belong to any religious group, but perhaps call themselves humanitarians, or some noble cause. Their words will sound as words of divine inspiration, seducing many to follow them.

We get caught up in the trials and the testing of our faith. We are crushed by false brethren and those who act like Judas. We despise those who imitate or copy us, and anger at those who turn on us for their reason of their own hidden motives and intentions (what we classify as agendas). 

We hate what is going on around us.  We may take matters into our own hands with out consulting God. Never a good idea! 

How about those who come against us, or treat us wrongly?  Are we willing to show mercy, so that we can receive mercy?  Are we ready to forgive so that we can be forgiven?

Will we allow doubt to be seeded in our mind and take root, or will we cast down every thought that exalts itself against the knowledge of God and take every thought captive, bringing it into obedience in Christ? [2Cor 10:5] 

How many times do we shake our fists at God and either ask Him to take us out of here or even consider just walking away?  God knows. He understands, but we are accountable for our words and deeds. We must confess our sins to God and repent. 

Nothing Wrong with Crying Out
It is not wrong to pour our hearts out to God. He already knows what is going on within us. Again, in the Word of God, His people cried out to Him when things became too much for them.  When the people continued to complain to Moses, it was hard on him.

However, when he heard all the people crying in their tents because they had no meat, it became overwhelming to him. Moses cried out to the Lord, with honesty.

And Moses said unto the LORD, Why have You afflicted thy servant? and why have I not found favour in thy sight, that You lay the burden of all this people upon me?  Have I conceived all this people? have I begotten them, that You should say unto me, Carry them in thy bosom, as a nursing father bears the sucking child, unto the land which You swore unto their fathers?

Whence should I have flesh to give unto all this people? for they weep unto me, saying, Give us flesh, that we may eat.  I am not able to bear all this people alone, because it is too heavy for me.
And if You deal thus with me, kill me, I pray thee, out of hand, if I have found favour in thy sight; and let me not see my wretchedness. [Num 11:11-15]

The Lord told Moses to choose seventy elders before Him and they would help Moses bear the burden of all the people, so that he would not have to bear it all alone.  In 1 Samuel 30, David and his men returned to Ziklag, only to find that all their wives and children were taken captive by the Amalekites and the city was burned down.
They all wept until they could cry no more, then, they became angry at David and were ready to stone him, blaming him for what had happened.  In David’s distress, he cried out to the Lord and the Lord instructed him on what to do. When David obeyed, they got their families and possessions back.

We know that Elijah, when threatened by Jezebel, ran a long ways to escape. He had done many mighty feats by the power of God, but Jezebel’s threats proved to be a breaking point with him. 

Once Elijah finally rested under a juniper tree, he cried out to God that it was “enough” and said God could take his life.  God sent an angel to minister to Elijah with food and drink to strengthen him.

When a decree went out to kill all the Jews, Mordecai tore his clothes, and wept and wailed before God. We know the outcome of the story of Esther and Mordecai.  God is faithful. He is used to people crying out to Him and He is more than able to handle it. Better an honest prayer than a hypocritical one.

Now is the Time

There are those of us who have been struggling with something, some for years. God has told you that you can overcome, even giving clear instructions. For multitudes, the Lord has said to come out of the wilderness and cross your own Jordan. Yet, how many of us stand on the shores and allow doubt, fear and unbelief hold us back?

It is time to come out of bondage; time to walk out from the chains that bound you, which the Lord has delivered you from. The Israelites had been in Egypt so long that they longed to go back when things got rough.

There comes a time when fear must be exchanged for faith, unbelief must be exchanged for trust, rebellion must be repented of, and doubt must be silenced by trust.  The oppressor is Satan, along with his armies of dark forces.

Indeed, he comes against all upon this earth, but particularly against God’s people. But God is greater; Christ Jesus in us is greater.  It is written: Greater is He that is inn us than he that is in the world. [Jn 4:4] We know that God is the same yesterday, today and forever. We can trust Him.

I, even I, am He that comforts you: who are you, that you should be afraid of a man that shall die, and of the son of man which shall be made as grass; And forget the LORD thy maker, that has stretched forth the heavens, and laid the foundations of the earth; and has feared continually every day because of the fury of the oppressor, as if he were ready to destroy? and where is the fury of the oppressor?

The captive exile hastens that he may be loosed, and that he should not die in the pit, nor that his bread should fail. But I am the LORD thy God, that divided the sea, whose waves roared: The LORD of hosts is his name.

And I have put My words in thy mouth, and I have covered thee in the shadow of My hand, that I may plant the heavens, and lay the foundations of the earth, and say unto Zion, You are My people. [Is 51:12-16]

One of Satan’s great devices is psychological warfare.  It is very effective. That is why we must cast down thoughts that are negative and the good thoughts we must take to the Lord, to see if it is of Him. Satan will also bring such an onslaught of thoughts that it hard to keep up.  Pray to God, but also reach out to brethren to stand in and pray for us.
The adversary is also called the oppressor. When he tries to plant seeds of doubt, he will water them with fear. We must do as Jesus did, which is to speak the Word of God to the enemy.

God did not give us a spirit of fear, but of power, and of love and of a sound mind. [2Tim 1:7]  I used to think that the scripture meant that we do not or should not go crazy with fear, hence, sound mind. However, the Hebrew and Greek meaning for ‘sound mind’ is “disciplined”, “self-control”.

There are times that the enemy is used to test us, as was the case with Job. Yet, there are times when it is our disobedience (not doing as the Lord instructed) that gives the oppressor a doorway in which to enter and do his best to establish a stronghold.

It is time now to choose to do all God has instructed (only you and God know) and lay all down, or choose to continue on your own way. Either go ahead with your plans, or do the will of the Father and wait upon God. Your will or God’s will – which shall be chosen?

Not everyone that saith unto Me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that does the will of My Father which is in heaven. [Mat 7:21]

One of the most popular idols today is "self". We will do anything to make our 'self' happy, whether food, drink, warmth, cooling, sex, drugs, entertainment, whatever our flesh, our 'self' desires, we will do all we can to please it.

We must lay down our addictions, wants,  and anything else that keeps us from walking in God's will, whether it is lust of the flesh, lust of the eyes or pride of life. If we are serious about our walk with God, we have to stop making excuses and finally...just let go. 

It has been over three months since I saw the last 'window' in the clouds. Yet today, on a cloudy day, there was a little patch of blue sky among the gray clouds. Then, the sun shone through, brightening up the opening.

It only lasted briefly before more clouds began to open up. My cell camera is not the best, but below are the two pictures I managed to grab.

it was the smallest window I had seen out of the three that had caught my attention since last August.  Some might call it a door.  Obedience brings blessings. If the Lord closes the window, He will open a door.

Already we are seeing signs in the heavens, amazing signs. What seemed to be a fist of God was taken on the island of Madeira, Portugal.  

In Buchanan Michgan a sign of the cross was taken from three different distances. It had so many hits online that Fox News highlighted the phenomena.
Picture was taken January 13, 2016 of the cross. It had been shared over one million times.
In Valparaiso, Chile, clouds broke in the shape of a cross. Then below, on March 13 2016, in both St. Peter's Point, in Cornwall, UK and in Koloa Kauai, Hawaii, a winged sun was seen. 
Koloa Kauai Hawaii - January 2016
St. Peter's Point, Cornwall, UK - Mar 17 2016
Just clouds on a rainy overcast day.
There are other intriguing signs in the skies, such as two suns, UFOs and other oddities. Indeed, we are seeing signs already, yet it is not the signs that we were warned of yet. The incredible hologram images that have been exposed to us are also very impressive. It is said that the holograms are seven-dimensional. 

As all of this unfolds, it is not yet what Jesus (Yeshua) warned us about. The signs will be so strong that IF it were possible even the elect would be deceived. 

All the world senses a foreboding, yet what exactly will happen next, we do not know, but we all feel that something is about to break loose. God's judgments are coming upon the earth. He is positioning His people.

Meanwhile, Satan the counterfeiter is aligning his people, to deceive, if possible, God's remnant.  This is an admonition to get into alignment or face the judgment of God.  Even in God's judgment, His desire is to bring people to repentance.  Come into alignment. Everything God does is done decently and in order, but no one can say that He does not warn. He has His voices all over the earth, and many means at His disposal.

 I will instruct thee and teach thee in the way which thou shalt go: I will guide thee with mine eye. Be ye not as the horse, or as the mule, which have no understanding: whose mouth must be held in with bit and bridle, lest they come near unto thee. [Ps 32:8, 9]

I know your works: behold, I have set before you an open door, and no man can shut it: for you have a little strength, and have kept My word, and have not denied My name. [Rev 3:8]

Below I share a word given to me last Monday.

Listen Carefully

March 21, 2016

I have told you what to do, yet you have still resisted. I warned you that there was a window and now you see that it was not cruelty, but in fact, a warning with grace. There is still time but very little. Will you do as I have instructed?  You quote Proverbs 3:5, 6 very often, yet do you heed the words?

Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not unto your own understanding. In ALL your ways acknowledge Him and He SHALL direct your paths.  [Prov 3:5, 6]

Fear, unbelief and rebellion – these are the very things that must go. These are the very things that hinder you. You say you believe in miracles, yet when I tell you what I will do for you, you fall into unbelief, allowing doubts to stop you. 
The seeds of doubt, when watered by fear will branch out, and the harvested fruit is disobedience…the fruit of distrust is fear; and the harvest reaped from both is rebellion. Believe and have faith…trust and obey.

Do you see My love for you and the HOPE that I am giving you? Lay it all down…fear, unbelief, rebellion, all and BELIEVE Me for that which I have promised you. Believe. When you DO lay it down (fear, unbelief, rebellion) you WILL go through.

Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of My righteousness. [Is 41:10]

Yes, you seek answers, how, why, when. Suffice it to say that I have told you…suddenly (how); I have told you why (ministry) (why) and I have shown you the window (when). You have brought it down to the fine wire, which I knew you would. 

Now I have told you. Now it is up to you. Believe Me. Cross the Jordan…walk into My arms and unite with Me so that in turn, I shall do all that I promised. Selah

Your King

Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh;

is there anything too hard for Me? [Jer 32:27]

for His glory alone

1 comment:

  1. Amen, Things have definitely come down to the wire for ALL of us. The Lord has been faithful in warning us and trying to wake us up even with awesome displays in the sky. But His next wake up call will consist of a major shaking. May He give us grace to boldly rise up and allow His glory to shine forth in the gross darkness soon to fall.


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