My rapture comes soon! It is right around the corner–declare it from the roof tops…..sound the alarm–this is the time! Soon no more suffering or pain!
I am on the horizon. I will rescue MY BRIDE from the horror that comes upon the whole world. You will not be here, as you will be safely tucked away under MY wings as a mother gather her chicks, so I gather my BELOVEDS. (There will still be some trials and tribulations till that day).
The Song of Solomon is a picture of love for MY BRIDE. It is an allegory. Springtime is a good time for a wedding, is it not?
Get ready and start planning for this wedding — there is much that needs to be done! (This is in reference to our assignments that each one of us has to do).
Do you believe I am coming soon? Do you doubt? These are thoughts from the enemy that wants to keep you in despair. Don’t listen to his discouraging words! He is a nobody and a busybody that has no place in MY children’s lives. Rebuke him and he will flee!
The youngest of six children Kim became orphaned at a young age. In the midst of starvation, fear, and violence, Kim began hearing Gods voice as a child.
From orphaned to owned, Kim Chadwell has turned tragedy to triumph showing how anyone, with God's grace, can grow and live in the fullness of happiness.
Dripping In Grace is the true story of pain, abuse, neglect, and hardship; and finding the path to freedom.