The end?

So it would seem that many things are going to change drastically for western Christians / conservatives / Americans in the next week or so. Not sure how that’s going to shake out, but I expect that the internet is going to radically change if not disappear for a few days once they get their act together.

When it returns we’re expecting all “unacceptable speech” “hate speech” “unwelcome speech” will be censored for our own good and and removed for at time. Several big name ministries I follow are already having their access changed, websites throttled. Lana Vawser was unable to accept new email subscriptions this morning as one example. Anyway, it’s been nice to know there’s people out there with a hunger for prophetic acts, deeds, and words.

May God keep you safe in these coming days.

You’ve only got one life – make it count.

Do not faint at the sight of your enemy – you’ve got one life to give so NEVER GIVE UP THE FIGHT. Do not surrender! If we must die make it count!

REV 12:11 – And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony; and they loved not their lives unto the death.

Kris Vallotton – When God’s promises look different from expectations

Are you overwhelmingly aware of the vast chasm between the God-given prophetic promises on your life and the fulfillment of those promises? Perhaps at times, it feels like you’re aimlessly wandering without any real sense of direction as doubt deepens in your heart? Many seasons ago, I experienced a time when I had several prophetic words that said I was going “north,” but actually, my life was going “south.” In other words, my life seemed to be going in the opposite of my God-destined direction. You may remember Joseph’s story in the Old-Testament (Genesis 37). The minute he thought his life was about to go right, it went left quite quickly. In short, God told Joseph that he’d be a great leader. Yet, it was no promotion that Joseph got, more like a demotion. Before he could blink twice, he was sold into slavery by his very own envious brothers; after slavery, he became the very least of everyone—a prisoner! I can’t say this with any certainty, but it wouldn’t be surprising if Joseph experienced discouragement as I did when my life went “south” while I faithfully believed for “north.” In effect, I got to the point where I didn’t want to hear another prophetic promise from God because it only heightened a sense of hopelessness that grew in that season. 

Read the whole thing at the link above.


Kris talks about this at 53:00