The Demise of Joe Biden
May 24, 2021 7:56 PM
‘demise’ – the end, termination or death of something or someone
On 5.22.21 the Holy Spirit gave me ‘Joe Biden’. When I heard the name I wondered if it meant we were getting closer to the time of Joe Biden’s demise. Several prophets have had casket dreams that pointed to his passing. Was this a warning that we were getting closer to that hour?
The next day 5.23.21 I watched a DrPatricia Show video titled ‘The LORD’s message to Donald TRUMP!’ – 5.23.21 in which this prophet shared a word from the Holy Spirit on President Trump and his predecessor Joe Biden. Excerpt follows.
‘“Then the Lord said this, He said ‘This is My message to President Donald J Trump.” He said “I have set you as a king over this nation. A king you say? Yes a king – although the world titles leaders of countries by different names – such as president, prime minister and queen – in My realm they are kings whom I have set up.” says the Lord. “I have previously spoken through My servant Patricia that Biden is an Absalom and I will remove him. Indeed My hand is ready to strike Absalom for his treasonous acts against the United States of America. Get ready Mr President Donald J Trump to return to the house called white.”’
For the record Absalom was one of King David’s sons who in revenge over his sister Tamar’s assault by Absalom’s half brother Amnon – had him murdered. Absalom’s death is remembered in a peculiarly horrific way – he was hung from a tree, pierced by three spears and struck down by a group of men under David’s nephew Joab, commander of David’s armies.
While we know not the day or the hour – the Holy Spirit certainly gives signs of what time we are in. I believe God’s hand of judgment is about to fall upon the wicked very soon.
Daniel 2:21 And He changes the times and the seasons; He removes kings and raises up kings; He gives wisdom to the wise and knowledge to those who have understanding.
2 Samuel 18:1-18 1And David numbered the people who were with him, and set captains of thousands and captains of hundreds over them. 2 Then David sent out one third of the people under the hand of Joab, one third under the hand of Abishai the son of Zeruiah, Joab’s brother, and one third under the hand of Ittai the Gittite. And the king said to the people, “I also will surely go out with you myself.”
3 But the people answered, “You shall not go out! For if we flee away, they will not care about us; nor if half of us die, will they care about us. But you are worth ten thousand of us now. For you are now more help to us in the city.”
4 Then the king said to them, “Whatever seems best to you I will do.” So the king stood beside the gate, and all the people went out by hundreds and by thousands. 5 Now the king had commanded Joab, Abishai, and Ittai, saying, “Deal gently for my sake with the young man Absalom.” And all the people heard when the king gave all the captains orders concerning Absalom.
6 So the people went out into the field of battle against Israel. And the battle was in the woods of Ephraim. 7 The people of Israel were overthrown there before the servants of David, and a great slaughter of twenty thousand took place there that day. 8 For the battle there was scattered over the face of the whole countryside, and the woods devoured more people that day than the sword devoured.
9 Then Absalom met the servants of David. Absalom rode on a mule. The mule went under the thick boughs of a great terebinth tree, and his head caught in the terebinth; so he was left hanging between heaven and earth. And the mule which was under him went on. 10 Now a certain man saw it and told Joab, and said, “I just saw Absalom hanging in a terebinth tree!”
11 So Joab said to the man who told him, “You just saw him! And why did you not strike him there to the ground? I would have given you ten shekels of silver and a belt.”
12 But the man said to Joab, “Though I were to receive a thousand shekels of silver in my hand, I would not raise my hand against the king’s son. For in our hearing the king commanded you and Abishai and Ittai, saying, ‘Beware lest anyone touch the young man Absalom!’ 13 Otherwise I would have dealt falsely against my own life. For there is nothing hidden from the king, and you yourself would have set yourself against me.”
14 Then Joab said, “I cannot linger with you.” And he took three spears in his hand and thrust them through Absalom’s heart, while he was still alive in the midst of the terebinth tree. 15 And ten young men who bore Joab’s armor surrounded Absalom, and struck and killed him.
16 So Joab blew the trumpet, and the people returned from pursuing Israel. For Joab held back the people. 17 And they took Absalom and cast him into a large pit in the woods, and laid a very large heap of stones over him. Then all Israel fled, everyone to his tent.
18 Now Absalom in his lifetime had taken and set up a pillar for himself, which is in the King’s Valley. For he said, “I have no son to keep my name in remembrance.” He called the pillar after his own name. And to this day it is called Absalom’s Monument.