Prophetic words for this day, part 3

Continuing from the last post, and what shaking will reveal:

What is hidden will be revealed – January 2005.

I saw the Holy Spirit, brooding over the earth and the seas covering it. I perceived His plans for us. I saw Him dry up all the seas, and as this was done, what was hidden under the seas was revealed – mountains, valleys, plains and trenches.

My understanding was that the seas represented the Lord’s grace in the natural – that is, his physical provision for us. I saw that He will dry up this provision, and in doing so reveal the hidden natures of our hearts – both the highest heights, and the lowest depths.

I saw that this water – the Lord’s grace in the supernatural – would still be available as a source to be drawn upon by those who are based and grounded in the Lord.

The plumbline – January 2008.

The plumbline will be held against all – and none can escape it. The eyes of the One that holds the world in His balance will pierce your heart, also. What therefore then can you offer Him? All that seems real will fade dim on that day. All money, homes, cars and possessions, all friends and family, all your good deeds, all positions and powers held, every aspect of your life will be held against that divine plumbline. Where, sinner, can you escape to then? There will be no hiding place, even though the mountain fall on you, you cannot hide.

There is more, but I will pause at this sobering place for now.

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2 Responses to Prophetic words for this day, part 3

  1. timbob says:

    Good afternoon. It’s been quite a while since I was last by here. And it’s amazing that, just a few moments ago, I Peter 4:17 was on my heart as judgment does begin in the house of God. It’s always fascinating when confirmation of a thing comes from unexpected places. (I wasn’t sure if you had been active in this venue) Thanks for bringing this forth.

    Blessings always in Jesus name.

    timbob

  2. Peter says:

    Hi Timbob,

    Still a little active, but no more need to feed the blog unless called to do so 🙂

    Blessings,

    Peter

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