July 9, 2012
For when one says, “I follow Paul,” and another, “I follow Apollos,” are you not mere men? I Cor. 3:4
“The in-fighting with the brethren will continue.
(The spirit of the Lord showed me a landscape filled with a huge army. All or most were on horseback and had weapons of some sort with them. A leader in front started forward going and many followed him off to the right hand of my view. They continued traveling on horseback turning back seeing where some of the rest of the army had gone. Then I saw another band of soldiers who began the same procedure except these traveled off to their left side into the hills around me. )
The Lord then said:
“This is the way that it is going to be. For some of you have decided to follow a certain leader, and because of your political beliefs, many are following you in that direction. The same is true of the other group; for you have traveled far out into the hills in the other direction. You do not know that the enemy has caused this dispersion. This has happened all throughout history. This is how many have been damaged and hurt in battle. But I say, ‘Who is your commander-in-chief’? Who is the one that you should follow? I have said many times that these separations would increase. I have said that the earth would open up because of these things. For you have put political opinions above your belief in me. You have used lies and conspiracy theories to support your beliefs. You are not a United States. Will you be ready when the onslaught comes upon your shores? You say, ‘I follow Apollos and others say, I follow Paul.’ How can the battle be won when you are so divided? “
Stephen Hanson
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