It’s Go Time
May 4, 2020 12:00 PM
Message received May 4, 2020:
Along the lines the rider comes forth, bursting forth for a time such as this. Will he ride along to a place of freedom? Freedom is waxing and waning, will be gone soon. Oh no! The pain coming to you America will be great. Anguish grips her sides, pain in the middle, it is a powerful pain. Along the lines the rider rides. Your harm draws near.
To whom will you turn, oh sojourner? Near or far, you will be found out. My eye sees you. Your torment rises to my nostrils. It will be a horrendous sight. The news coverage will be edited at least to pacify the masses. It will be horrendous. Do not trust the news. They are liars, fake news is rampant. Turn to me to hear words of wisdom. I give them freely.
All will tremble in fear of the coming Antichrist. His footstep treads at the doorpost of your life. How will you handle it? Take with you a pair of binoculars. Take a good look at him. Scrutinize what you see. Evil is there, in his every move. Step back from the press. Push into me. Press in, no holds barred.
Are all your worries and trials for nothing? I have a purpose and a plan! You ARE a part of it. Yes, you. Don’t doubt yourself, little lamb. I hold your life in my hand, lovely one. Do not regret the past. We don’t have time for it. Let it go. Give it up to me. Yes, little one. There…release the pain, guilt, anger, all burdens to me…release, release, release…A drop of blood comes down on you. It is precious, lovely, cleanses you. Let it cleanse. Let my blood shed for you cleanse you little warrior. Woohoo! Look at you! Your strength is small but it is surely there. Get excited for the race/battle. Jump, pump your arms, breathe hard. Get ready warrior. It’s go time! Go forth under my grace. Wrath remains on the heathen but for a little while. Go, warrior, go! Release the troubles on me. Let them go. Okay, enough for now.
no holds barred (not comparable) 1. (idiomatic) Having absolutely no limits or restrictions as far as the levels and nature of one's hostilities and offense; (Wiktionary.com) sojourner (plural sojourners) 1. A person who resides temporarily in a place. (Wiktionary.com) Waxing and waning wax and wane Increase and decrease, as in size, number, strength, or intensity, as in Enrollments in these programs wax and wane from year to year. This expression alludes to the phases of the moon, with its periodic changes in size. It was first recorded in the 1300s. (thefreedictionary.com)
I know your deeds. See, I have placed before you an open door that no one can shut. I know that you have little strength, yet you have kept my word and have not denied my name. –Revelation 3:8, NIV
Then another horse went forth. It was bright red, and its rider was granted permission to take away peace from the earth and to make men slay one another. And he was given a great sword. –Revelation 6:4, NIV
Then I looked and saw a pale horse. Its rider’s name was Death, and Hades followed close behind. And they were given authority over a fourth of the earth, to kill by sword, by famine, by plague, and by the beasts of the earth. –Revelation 6:8, NIV
By his wounds we are healed. –Isaiah 53:5b, NIV
[There] shall arise a vile person, to whom they [the predecessors of the coming world government] will not give the honor of royalty; but he shall come in peaceably, and seize the kingdom by intrigue. –Daniel 11:21May_4_2020_its_go_time
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