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We are now into September, a month to remember.
First, we are monitoring August 29 to September 3, as this time frame correlates with the end of Ye Shall Go Forth prayer campaign in 1984. This should be put on the good news side of the ledger.
On the bad side, of course, is September 11, which has a lengthy history of negativity, dating back at least to 2001 with the demolition of the Twin Towers. Ten years later (2011) we participated in Operation Jericho here in the Twin Cities. This was negative in the sense that it called for the overthrow of Jericho/Babylon. But, of course, to us this was a positive.
A year later (2012) a group of us made a trip north to Bemidji, MN, where we were led to do a prophetic work to repair/rebuild the walls of (New) Jerusalem. On the way to Bemidji, Father God revealed the law of victims rights. We understood that a city wall is its laws, and that we were to place this key law into the wall of the New Jerusalem.
Later, we were to place the law of impartial judgment into the wall of the New Jerusalem. Between the two of them, these laws are among the most abused and misapplied laws in the entire law. Hence, they represented a major repair work in this “Nehemiah” work of rebuilding the walls of our capital city, the New Jerusalem.
The point is that this work began September 11, 2012, a year after Operation Jericho destroyed the walls of Babylon. Ten years later (2022) we are again approaching September 11. We have seen two Hezekiah Factors with a year separating them. It is a total of 21 years, the time of Jacob’s trouble (or “distress”).
New readers may not understand what I am saying. Each point is too long to explain here, so I am just summarizing to remind you of the past revelation.
For now, we should understand that Jericho is an Old Testament prophetic type of Babylon. The rulers of the city do not realize that their walls have already been destroyed, and that they are vulnerable. On the other hand, many Kingdom people do not realize that the walls of the New Jerusalem have already been repaired, and that they are already victorious.
When we look at the world with our physical (carnal) eyes, we see only the power of Babylon and their plans to enslave the world. It appears that they are about to succeed. They are crashing the economies of the world in order to rebuild the world in their new model.
Yet when we look at the world with spiritual eyes, we see the true nature of things, because we see what God has been doing all along the way to create His New World Order. Unfortunately, few people are able to walk by faith and not by sight. But having been participants in the divine plan to overthrow Babylon and to destroy its walls, we have better eyesight than most people.
The vast majority, however, give no credence to the power of God operating through people of faith. People of faith are those who hear and obey. More than that, they are people who agree with God’s plan and support it wholeheartedly.
The rest of 2022, I believe, will see a major shift in the world. The Babylonian plan is to destroy the economies, because they think that they can rebuild the world as a slave state. I do not know how long God will allow their plans to succeed, but I know that the Babylonians will fail. I think that they will succeed in driving the people (and the church) to repentance, which will then turn things around.
God’s plan is to trick the Babylonians into destroying their own city, not realizing that God intends to rebuild the world in His image. Always keep that in mind. We certainly should know what the enemy is doing, but keep your eyes on Jesus.
Remember the story of Jesus coming to His disciples in the middle of a stormy lake. Peter was brave enough to step out of the boat and found he could walk on water. But even he ran into trouble when he took his eyes off Jesus. He got that sinking feeling. The wind and waves can be a big distraction. Let us learn the lesson of Peter, so that we do not repeat his mistake.