August 17, 2021 11:03 AM
After praying and asking God if there was anything that He wanted me to write down for others, this is what I received….
Daughter, write these words,
Submit to Me, your Father, your God, your Creator. I love you with an everlasting love. My Son died for you on the cross so that you may live. There is no other god but I Am. I Am will bring down every idol. Choose this day whom you will serve. The love of many has waxed cold. Many hearts have become a stench to My nostrils with their wickedness. It’s time for a clean sweep.
(Earlier today, I was gardening and pruning away all the dark, dead, and rotten parts of my potted plants and flowers. I was plucking out the dark, dead parts that were mixed in with the living. As I plucked, I tossed it to the patio ground. Then I swept it all together and threw it in the trash. The word chaff came to mind. The Holy Spirit told me that this is what will happen to the wicked unrepentant.)
Repent. Repent now. Repent. I will uphold My righteous few.
Strongs concordance (greek) 516: worthily, in a manner worthy of.
Chaff (Oxford language dictionaries):
the husks of corn or other seeds separated by winnowing or threshing.
- chopped hay and straw used as fodder.
- worthless things; trash.
KJV Dictionary Definition: chaff
1. The husk, or dry calyx of corn, and grasses. In common language, the word is applied to the husks when separated from the corn by thrashing, riddling or winnowing. The word is sometimes used rather improperly to denote straw cut small for the food of cattle.
2. Refuse; worthless matter; especially that which is light, and apt to be driven by the wind. In scripture, false doctrines, fruitless designs, hypocrites and ungodly men are compared to chaff. Ps. 1:4; Jer. 23:28; Is. 33:11; Mat. 3:12.