A Prophetic Word for Today

Prophetic word

With the recent Supreme Court rulings, we need a word from the Lord more than ever. It’s easy to become dismayed and fearful when we see America dangerously departing from a Biblical World View. Recently, I read a prophetic word that I felt was straight from the heart of God. Perhaps it will speak to you as well.

Prophetic word: Many of my people have misplaced their hope. They are discouraged because they are watching the advancement of the kingdoms of this world rather than watching the advancement of My Kingdom. Many have felt the tension among my children as some of them have celebrated the decision of the earthly courts while others are deeply troubled. In the midst of this tension, many of My people have been distracted by an earthly decision and have allowed fear to enter their hearts.

So I say to My people: Do not be afraid. Guard the gate of your city that stands against the cloud of Fear. If you let in the cloud of Fear, you will lose your discernment, and your voice will lose its clarity.

Do not fear what the earthly gavel can do. This gavel will destroy some things that you have built, but it will never destroy what I have built. You can rest in your hearts and continue to advance My Kingdom with love-filled and grace-filled action, or you can rally around voices who would proclaim fear and despair to you. Keep your eyes fixed on Me, guard against fear, and you will remain in My victory.

At this time in history, it’s so important to recall what God has said. In Isaiah 9:6, we are reminded that “the government will rest on His (Jesus) shoulders;” He is the supreme and final authority. In Isaiah 9:7, it says, “Of the increase of His government and peace, there will be no end.” We can rest in the promise that God is always on His throne, completely aware of earthly decisions and that His Kingdom is forever. “Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words will not pass away,” (Mt. 24:35).

Because of our assurance of God’s complete control over all things, even though things seem intended for harm, God can turn events to our good. He is in the process of working all things together for good whether we see it or not. Therefore, we can listen closely to Isaish 41:10 “Do not fear, for I am with you; Do not anxiously look about you, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, surely I will help you; Surely, I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.”

Everything will ultimately serve God’s plans and nothing can thwart the plans of God. His purposes will endure forever.

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