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02/18/16 – The Calamity has Come

All crowns will fall into the Dead Sea

The Lion will roar

And Judah will come into her own

Houses will fall

Towns will crumble

Mountains will be crushed and

The Seas will roar

Will you come to Me then?

Will you be My hope?

My children will go out into the storm

They will call in others like themselves

The 144,000 will rise

With the seal of God upon them

The wicked shall die

No hope for them

It is buried with their souls

Come to Me

This is the end!

You are marked with favor

Show yourselves!

Call to Me, My children!

Great are the days ahead

Full of sorrow and grief

The calamity has come!

The calamity has come!

Douse the wicked**

And find joy

I Am here!For the inhabitant of Maroth Becomes weak waiting for good, Because a calamity has come down from the LORD To the gate of Jerusalem. Micah 1:12

** I was immediately reminded of the scene in The Wizard of Oz where Dorothy dumped water on the wicked witch and she died.

02/21/16 – Gates of Glory

Equity players move across the board

Ready to roll the dice

Ready to make a score

All will fall down

All the King’s men

Ready or not, here they come

Are you ready for the Great Fall?

The house of cards will collapse

Ruin will reign this day

Great heaps of sorrow upon their heads

I will bring

   I will cause

The Fall begins!

My children, awake!

Look up to the skies!

This is your sign

I Am coming again

The clouds will see Me and part

As I wait for My children to come Home

They arrive on the shores of Heaven

Boats to pick them up

Boats to return them

All is over

   All is safe

Once they are through the Door

The doorway to Heaven is real

You are about to enter

The Gates of Glory

Think not that it is your time to die

No martyrs among My flock of 144,000

Only the gifted go in

The transformed

   The illumined

My people will shine

Arise and shine!

Here come the flock

The Glory begins!Lift up your heads, O gates, And be lifted up, O ancient doors, That the King of glory may come in! Psalm 24:7

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