The Coming Harvest of the Puinave People of South America
April 7, 2021 7:40 PM
Apr 6/21 tues evg
I was worshiping the Lord Jesus in His Throne Room with other saints and angels. I sang songs from my youth and young adult years particularly the song I Lift Your Name, Your Holy Name. Wow! That’s an incredibly anointed song!! “I lift Your name, Your Holy name Jehovah God, Elohim The Great I Am, the Risen Lamb My Comforter and King!” I’ll give you the link https://youtu.be/kHyGGLFaCbs
I began to pray. When I came to proclaiming Ps 91, I was facing my mountain and I discovered a different way up to my left. I met my eagle and we were off while proclaiming the Psalm. I found myself in front of a river. Across from it was jungle; a lot of green leafy plants and trees. I could see a few huts or homes sparsely situated along the shore a little further in from the riverbank. I began declaring over the area. I began to wonder if these are the people that certain missionaries I am aware of have been working with them- especially with translating certain books of the bible into their language. I began to pray and I asked God to pour His living water over the people that they would thirst and hunger for righteousness. I prayed protection of the coming gospel that will free them from their idolatry. They are involved with spirit worship but the wrong spirit! I was then moved to sing the song: We are one in the Spirit, we are one in the Lord. I asked God to release mighty angels to help with this ministry. I blessed them before I went.
Back at the white bench, I asked Jesus to confirm or deny my suspicions that these are the Puinave people of Columbia, South America. He replied: “They are, daughter.” It is my understanding that a lot of work has gone into translation to bring these people the Word of God. I would encourage you to pray for those in the ministry and those who will be receiving the gospel. I went to the vision area.
I went down the stairs, greeted a few of my greeter group and walked over the area where others have always already gathered. The scene opened up to see an indigenous man dancing in a particular movement while waving his arms as if to summon something. He was chanting. I noticed he was wearing an opened shirt or possibly an unbuttoned top. But the image immediately changed or was superimposed as that same man suddenly had a closed shirt on and was standing calmly in a small opened area addressing a small group of people that looked like him. There was jungle all around the group. He had a small book in his hand and a smile on his face. I understood he was teaching the Word of God! I asked Jesus if this was an indigenous Puinave man who had received salvation and was now teaching his own people? Jesus replied: “Yes.” I was so happy to see and hear this. Years of work have gone into reaching these people! Thank You Jesus that You are doing a great work there. Thank you! Let this motivate us to continue to spread the gospel wherever we are situated. We are all missionaries! What is the message? Jesus said:
“Pray for those that will face persecution and retaliation for this ministry- those in the translation work and those who are bringing the gospel to them. Pray against the witchcraft; infirmity, weariness, mental fogginess, fear, doubt and confusion. It is time for the harvest. I Am working and I Am calling them!”
Halelujah! Thank you Lord Jesus, Redeemer and Saviour!