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The Next Plague – Glynda Lomax

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The Next Plague

October 2, 2020
Glynda Lomax
wingsofprophecy.blogspot.com

I was thinking this week about how winter is coming, Covid-19 is still hanging around and that I saw another plague coming before Covid-19 is gone. And this next one is more deadly and kills faster. It keeps coming back to me, so I need to make clear what I keep seeing. This is not a “Thus saith the Lord,” this is a “I saw this and believe it is coming.”

The next plague will be released by someone it looks like in mild weather or in an area where there is mild weather at the time. In the spirit, I hear a hissing, like the sound an aerosol can makes, and I wondered if the virus is in a container that the person opens and just sets it down somewhere.

This new plague will kill very quickly. I keep hearing three days. And you will SEE it on people. Some kind of sores on their upper bodies – they look an inch or so across to me, and there are lots of them.

I can’t see their lower bodies, I think they’re wearing pants. It makes them very ill and they don’t last long. This one is 100 percent released by a man and done on purpose. And it has to do with blaming someone. Something about releasing it has to do with wanting to cause blame. (I wondered if someone in China will release it so we get the blame since they are angry at the U.S. for calling Covid-19 the Chinese Virus)

Because this virus will be released on purpose and to cause blame, I think the chances are very good it will be released in a highly populated area and there will be no warning whatsoever when the mystery illness starts killing people. It will spread very fast from those people. May God have mercy on His own. Seeing this plague in the spirit again made me think of the following verse. I’m not saying this plague is a judgment –He did not say that, only that it brought this verse to mind.

Isaiah 26:20

Take Refuge from the Coming Judgment

20 Come, my people, enter your chambers,
And shut your doors behind you;
Hide yourself, as it were, for a little moment,
Until the indignation is past.

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