End Time Prophesy

Prophetic Dream  – Oct. 2019 


Many of us are so focused on the signs of the times and really how could you not be, especially if you are a watchman!  But I wanted to share a dream the Lord gave me recently – and then made something similar happen in the natural.  This will encourage you – He will do this for all who seek to serve Him.

So in the dream-  I was in an ice cream store alone at a table.  The place was partially full.  Then across from where I was sitting, two girls (20’s)  were talking.  One said to the other “I had the weirdest dream.”  and began to tell her friend the dream.  All of a sudden this boldness hit me.  I turned to them and said,  “I can…

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Sometimes it’s those insignificant seeming prayers we say that can carry a lot more power than we think.  For example “Lord thank you for protecting the house” as you pull out of your driveway, or “Lord protect my kids at school today”, as you drop them off. Sometimes I pray over an important letter that it will arrive on time, or a package undamaged.

We don’t really notice it until we forget to pray and begin to see a difference.  For instance, I always prayed over my luggage when I used to fly.  “Lord keep the plane safe, no accidents, and that You would put angels to keep my luggage from getting lost or stolen. Amen

Pretty regular prayer.  Except the day I forgot to pray about the luggage!  Not only did my bags not arrive at my destination.  It didn’t even make it to the right country!  It went to Mexico!  Whaaat??  I think God must have chuckled and I certainly got the point.  Those “little” prayers WERE being answered.

They may not be said in fanfare, passion, or hardly with any thought at all, but God is listening and things are happening in the unseen realm even when we don’t know it.  That’s where faith comes in and we continue to pray, trusting that it’s making a difference.

Now this is a silly one, but you ladies can relate.  I had purchased some nice bras for myself when I was living in an apartment and had to do laundry in the community laundry room.  I tossed my clothes in the washer and as I walked out, under my breath, and almost without a thought I said,  “Satan I bind you from stealing any of my new bras in Jesus name.”   They weren’t cheap so I guess that’s why I singled them out.  But when I came back to get my clothes, someone had stolen every single pair of underwear – except the bras.  I had to laugh.  That “in Jesus name” carries weight.  And there are some spiritual rules even the devil must obey.

So I guess my point is that there really is no “dinky” prayer.  Even a little prayer to us is being answered by a great and mighty God.  His ways are higher than ours right, and He instructs us to “ask (and keep on asking) and you shall receive.”   I truly believe that He loves to answer the smallest of prayers because He loves us so much and is happy we are including Him in the everyday things of life. We are not bothering Him like the enemy and our own reasoning tries to convince us of.  He loves us and that our thoughts turn towards Him. He delights in you and the relationship that continues to grow for a lifetime if we let it!

Much love and have a great day!

Sometimes you just never know when God is gonna just break out somewhere.  You’ve been there – when you suddenly feel God is in the place.  

Well I was sitting in a small room with about 10 other people at the cardiologist office waiting for a stress test. (to see if the ticker is working right)

Not something I looked forward to and besides that why in the world did they say it would take four hours. And what’s with the “nuclear” part of the test?

I was  uneasy in the way that you are when there are a lot of unknowns.  I noticed that most everyone was looking at their phones or magazine with only minimal conversation between people and the ones that came with them.   Then I asked a lady what the test was like.  She was older, but I could tell she brightened up at the opportunity to share some wisdom.  She walked me through it and a few others chimed in with their additions to the knowledge I was getting.  It was sweet!  

All of the sudden, everyone in the room started talking to others.  At times the whole room was participating in one group conversation.  A far cry from the isolationist feel it had when I walked in.  I could feel the Holy Spirit moving.  I love it when He shows up outside of church and does a suddenly.

One of the ladies began to share her heart about having had several heart attacks and possibly cancer.  The weight and burden on her face made me want to cry.  I knew that God wanted to lift her burden, especially her.  

So most of the room cleared out and I began to tell her of my near death experience as a teenager.  I saw heaven and was describing what I saw.  I could see a familiar peace come on her.  I knew that she already knew the Lord, but she leaned in towards me as if to soak up the words of truth.  A reminder of what she already knew in part.  I pulled out a Closer cd that I had made a decade ago and gave it to her and she was excited.  Her countenance changed and her mother began to talk about a revival she had been to in her past.  It was an easy conversation, and you could almost see how much lighter the room was as well as these “family” members in the body of Christ.  I got called out for the test and wish I could have prayed with her – but she got something better I think. She remembered to Whom she belonged.

I don’t know.  I just love when that happens.  I know prayer helps them happen – but sometimes God just busts out!!!  I can’t wait till the next time and I think I will ask for more!  How about you!?

So this morning I got up and life started very peacefully.  I finished listening to a teaching on youtube I had started the day before and planned to move into a quiet devotional time with the Lord.  

Then the hurricane (or Ed as I like to call him)  came in the room.  He had lost his wallet and was supposed to go fishing with a friend.  He had to cancel the trip which actually I was relishing the thought of a nice quiet house to get some things done and study , so I was bummed.  As we looked and looked with no luck finding the wallet – I began to worry.  I guess a better word is “fret”.  Thinking of all the things, like working tomorrow, that he would not be able to do.  Then remembering how my wallet got stolen last year my “fret” level rose again.  Canceling credit cards, getting a new license, waiting for a new debit card….  What a pain in the derrier!   So I started getting his stuff together he would need to get a new driver’s license today.  His birth certificate was not where it should be and my frustration was…..well ….let’s just say I’m sure my blood pressure went up.  Haha

So as my husband went out the door to attend to all this stuff, I felt a little bad and frustrated at myself for letting my emotions escalate like I did over something I should have trusted the Lord on and kept calm.  I returned to my “devotion” spot and picked up Streams in the Desert, looking for todays date for the reading.  I opened it and laughed out loud when I saw it and said, “Okay Lord, I get it!!”  The scripture for the day was simply:   “FRET NOT”  Psalm 37:1  In case I missed the gentle dealings of the Holy Spirit – here was the command.

Most of us do this if indeed you are human.  Some of us were raised around it and it has become the fabric of the background noise in our mind.  That’s hard to break, but recognizing it is half the battle.

What do we do?  You say?  The right question is “What does God tell us to do and how to handle it?”  First off – don’t feel condemned!  Jesus often told his disciples “fear not”.   So we are in good company.  God also tells us in  John 8:31-32:   To the Jews who had believed him, Jesus said, “If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples. Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”

Hold to His teaching and know the truth.  Those are both statements that require something.  The action of getting into His word and knowing it.  But the reward?  FREEDOM   Especially from the lies the devil implants in us to keep us from the goodness of God. 

So what do I do instead of “fret”?   Here are a few scriptures that are good to commit to memory.     

1 Peter 5:6-8

Therefore humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God, that He may exalt you in due time,  casting all your care upon Him, for He cares for you.

Humbly acknowledge that God is big enough to help you and cast your care on Him by praying and asking for that help.  Remember that one of the Holy Spirit’s name is “HELPER”  so I don’t think He minds and in light of the fact He is called that – I think He really wants to help us if we will just ask.

Philippians 4:6

Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God;

So next time you (and I)  catch ourselves spinning around a problem – Remember that God doesn’t want us getting ulcers.  Give the problem to Him.  Invite Him in.  Let Him lift the load so you at least don’t feel alone!!!  Sure you may have to do some things to work through the issues.  But it doesn’t have to be with anxiety, fear and frustration.  Hey – I have not arrived – but God has put me on the right path – His ways.  Which I think are helpful to all of us.   Have a great day.  Shalom  (peace)

UFO/Alien Last Days Deception

September 21, 2019

End Time Prophesy

Former Occultist, now Pastor gives good insight into how Satan most likely plans to use UFO’s/ aliens  as part of the great deception.  And even in my own circles I am grieved at how many Christians have already believed the lies.  Worth your time to watch.  Arm yourself with truth and pass it on.   (I am not pre-trib – but don’t throw the baby out with the bath water – this information is really good)

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For many years…..actually since a surgery in 1997 ….I have battled chronic migraines and other health issues that were hard to bear up under. Often leaving me crying out to God to “take me home” because the pain was often unbearable. Thankfully God always got me through and they have let up some, but as the years passed I realized that I had a part to play too. My choices were part of the plan.

On one particular occasion I asked to go home yet again and heard God clearly say “No, you have more love to give.” Not what I wanted to hear, but I pressed on for the thousandth time. Then one particular day I was in a lot of agony and I got a different response. I could feel that Jesus was sad. I asked Him , “Lord what are you sad about?” Then I had a quick “picture” in my mind’s eye of a scroll sitting on an alter. I immediately knew. Jesus spoke to my heart and said, “the Father has granted your request”. I halted quickly with my heart in my throat. “And this will make you sad Jesus?” Sometimes we don’t realize our little conversations with God are not so little. He really is listening. I said, Lord, can I change my mind? I don’t want to disappoint you. I’ll keep fighting the good fight of faith….keep seeking to do your will and fulfill the purposes you have for me. Quick as I said it, another picture. The scroll burst into flames and I knew the order made in the heavenlies had been canceled. I was relieved.

But this morning after a particularly bad night……the words to my own song I wrote more than a decade ago came flooding into my mind. “This is your life, this is your story, which way is it gonna be? Wandering aimlessly, or will you journey down the path, that you’re meant to be. There’s a randomness a faintly heeded call. But a presence that’s Divine that fills them all. This is your life. This is your story. Which way is it gonna be.” (I have posted the song below.) I say all that to say this… this is what God ministered to me this morning. It is true that if you serve Jesus Christ and His kingdom that the Bible says that we are “….lambs to the slaughter” Romans 8:36 and there WILL BE spiritual warfare over our lives. BUT… Zechariah 9:12 ….return to the stronghold you PRISONERS OF HOPE”. We can be prisoners of HOPE. Hope in Jesus Christ. Hope that His will for us is good. Hope that we can press on and there is always something awesome around the bend if we don’t give up. Hope that our tomorrow is not the same as today. God does factor in our requests and choices. And to be clear…..He is God and He can say no or yes. But sometimes there is a “Come let us reason together ….”

Indeed some day there will be an appropriate and appointed day for us to go home which we will have no control over……but we need to realize that we can indeed choose to run the race and continue to press on for now. Each of us has something unique to give to the earth. Something no one else has. Someone that you mean the world to whether you know it or not. Someone that needs you to keep pressing on until the appointed time. I hope you will listen to the song and ponder the words. “This is your story…..which way is it gonna be” I can’t promise that I won’t wear out…..but I do pray that God will keep me as a prisoner of HOPE for the rest of my days. I would appreciate your prayers also if God brings it to mind. I’m grateful for the journey I’m on, in spite of the difficulties. I hope my honesty has encouraged someone and opened up the possibilities of HOPE in God. “He makes everything beautiful in it’s time” Ecclesiastes 3:11

Romans 8:18 “For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us”


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Sometimes it’s hard to recognize a shifting of the seasons in our lives. We resist change because we may have thought that change is bad. Maybe we attach a time of “bad” change and apply it to all change. But scripture teaches us that life has seasons and we need to not only accept it, but embrace it. God is good in each season and has a special purpose in them.

Ecclesiastes 3 says it best:
“To everything there is a season,
A time for every purpose under heaven:”

As we seek Him ….He will gladly show us the Divine purpose for each one. Be at peace. Trust. Seek the treasure in the place you find yourself.