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Prophetic word May 16 2023
I heard the Spirit of the Lord say WHERE ARE THE SPIRITUALLY VIOLENT ONES? Where are the spiritually violent ones and as I looked I could see the reverberation of His voice go out across the landscape into the warzone, the trenches and into the bunkers and I saw them those who has bought the lie “ this is how we do warfare” We Hide” hear the sound of His voice and begin to emerge as they heard the sound of His voice saying, decreeing “Come out from among them and be Separate” COME OUT! COME OUT! WHERE ARE MY SPIRITUALLY VIOLENT ONES? And I could see them in the warzone, pouring out of the bunkers leaving the spiritually decrepit behind, those who would not hear or heed the sound of his voice. I could see they were weak, frail and jaundiced, sickly yellow but many were violently rebellious in their stubborn resistance to the voice of God.
The sound when out again “WHERE ARE MY SPIRITUALLY VIOLENT ONES “COME FORTH” and the ground shook with the resonance of His voice and shook into the ground, the bunkers, like the tomb of Lazarus and many came forth and the quickening spirit released on the sound of His voice.. But many did not.
Then I saw then the army like Free Burma Rangers Running through the gunfire of the battle field carrying those who were sick, ill, diseased and weary ( all those who were not in rebellion) to carry them into the open air for it was safer in the gunfire UNDER COVER OF HIS VOICE than in the tombs of what were called bunkers, where spiritual death reigned..
And I heard the voice of the Lord to these ones… the ones who carried the stretchers and ran through the shooting to rescue their brothers WELL DONE GOOD AND FAITHFUL SERVANT.
Matt 11:12 TPT From the moment John stepped onto the scene until now, the realm of heaven’s kingdom is bursting forth, and passionate people have taken hold of its power. Commentary: Matthew 11:12 TPT is a difficult passage to translate from the Greek, but when translated into Hebrew, it becomes a clear reference to Mic. 2:12-13, which includes the "breaking forth" of the first five books of the Bible. Jesus says that throughout history, there has never been a man who surpasses John the Baptizer, but the least of those who now experience heaven's kingdom will become even greater than him. From the moment John stepped onto the scene until now, the realm of heaven's kingdom is bursting forth, and passionate people have taken hold of its power.