Apr3/19 Wed evg
After my time of praise and worship and prayer time in the Throne Room, I was declaring Ps 91 in my spirit travel with my eagle and found myself flying over forest-covered mountains. It seems the eagle was remaining here as we were not travelling further. My perspective was rather high as we came to a town in a valley surrounded by these mountains. I understood this was a sleepy, complacent European town that needed to wake up! I spoke over them, declared scripture over them. I did go to the street level and saw people going about their day. I sang to them a childhood song “Into my heart, come into my heart, Lord Jesus, come in today come in I pray…” I encouraged and prayed a blessing over them.
Returning to the white bench area, I asked about a certain person whom I didn’t know and had been praying for his salvation who recently passed away. I was wondering if he had made the decision for Christ before he died. In God’s mercy, I was allowed to see and know that he did make it to heaven on his death bed. PTL!!! I saw me hug this man in the spirit. It was such beautiful news! Believers, NEVER give up praying for the lost! Sometimes we will know now but sometimes we won’t know the results of our faithful prayers until we get to heaven. Just don’t give up!
I went down the staircase, greeted my 5 Saint supporters and those gathered at the vision area and turned to the screen. I was not surprised to see again that sleepy town nestled in a valley surrounded by mountains of the forest. It was a postcard picture perfect. I understood a warning judgment was coming because of their complacency. Worse is to come! They need to repent!
My perspective was high in the air above the mountains. Then I saw a landslide begin to the left of the town which was the area closest to the mountain. I wasn’t sure if it was because of an earthquake or weather-related because of rain. I understood there is much hardship coming to this town. Believers, pray they will wake up and call on the name of the Lord! Pray that there will be the least amount of casualties. Prayer is powerful and effective. Jonah 3:10 states: When God saw what they did and how they turned from their evil ways, He relented and did not bring on them the destruction He had threatened.”