Don’t Fear Bad News–Trust In The Lord – Jeanette

Don’t Fear Bad News–Trust In The Lord – Jeanette

How can you say, ‘We are wise,
and the law of the LORD is with us’?
But behold, the lying pen of the scribes
has made it into a lie.
9 The wise men shall be put to shame;
they shall be dismayed and taken;
behold, they have rejected the word of the LORD,
so what wisdom is in them? (Jeremiah 8:8-9)

My child, do you see the abominations done by those who use My name? Do you see the descriptions of Me they spread? They lie about Me and lead many astray while they line their pockets with silver and gold. They do not show mercy. They do not show compassion. They do not know truth. They are not just.

Do you see My great love? Even now I reach out My hand and say, ‘Come, repent and trust in Me.’ But they will not turn toward Me.

Many are trusting in their preparations, but I tell you their preparations are not from me. They trust in their own understanding and they will be stunned when destruction comes.

To My remnant I say, I will hide and provide for those who are to remain alive and minister My word. Remain faithful to Me and trust Me. I am refining and digging into the crevices of your heart to bring you closer to Me. Do not cringe. Rejoice for I love you.

Watch carefully for what is coming and will rapidly unfold. It will soon be very difficult. Do not fear. Hold fast to Me.

For the righteous will not be moved, he will be remembered forever. He is not afraid of bad news; his heart is firm, trusting in the Lord. (Psalm 112:7-8)

Brothers and sisters, search the Scripture, listen carefully to Jesus and obey what He says as the things are going to change rapidly very soon.


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  1. Angela Georgantas

    Any time someone gives a Word that gets me on my knees crying out to God, I KNOW it is from Him (I prayed for him to dig DEEP even if it hurts). It’s funny because you put this out yesterday, but I just saw it today. I was just talking to my husband this morning about what will happen if calamity comes and our water preparations run out. We are in the suburbs in Texas where it doesn’t rain a lot. He wants to run away to the mountains in a tent. I want to stay here and trust God to provide if it is His will that we survive to help bring in the harvest. At church, my pastor’s sermon included the story about Elijah and the widow. (Her oil and flour never ran out because it was replenished by God.) Thank you for being faithful, Jeanette!

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