I woke this morning thanking Jesus for helping me with the Haggai post. I had struggled with getting the words down. I stopped, started, erased, started again. I finally remembered if the Holy Spirit isn’t in it nobody is going to get anything out of it. When I asked Him to help I immediately heard, as my fingers started moving, ‘you are just going to say what it meant to you and what it meant for you’. I was done in about a minute.
I don’t know why but I asked Him what is that called. He said it’s called placement.
Then I saw a baby sleeping in a swinging crib and I heard ‘comfort’.
I saw a dog with a hole in it and saw it was hollow inside. I thought ‘that looks like a robot’.
I take this to mean He is comforting His children at this time. In that comfort, He has some instructions to get us through. The heathen has no heart for God and for him there is no comfort.
The angel stood, saying, Rise, and measure the temple of God, and the altar, and them that worship therein.
The God of Jacob is our refuge and strength, therefore we will not fear when we see the earth move, the mountains fall into the sea, and the waters roar. There is a river, the holy place of the tabernacles of the most High. God is in the midst of her; she shall not be moved.
As God’s children and the heathen stand to witness the same things, the heathen will only see God’s destruction in the works. What God’s children will get out of it, as we ‘be still and know that He is God’, is His mighty hand at work in all His power and all His glory.
BE SILENT! OH ALL FLESH! The Lord is raised up out of His holy habitation!
We will call every man under the wine and under the fig tree our neighbor, and we will speak truth. Not by might, not by power, but by His spirit. Many will seek the Lord and gather to pray. We will help the widow, the fatherless, the stranger, the poor. We will have no evil against our brother. Our hands will be strong in His work.
The heathens will see a curse as they look out over the land. They will see a curse as they look at us as we work in peace with our hands to be a blessing to others. The heathens only feed themselves.
Fear not, the remnant will see the seeds prosper, the wine give her fruit, and the ground give her increase as the heavens give their dew.
Ezekiel 47 Revelation 11:1 Psalm 46 Zechariah 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8