Key References: Revelation 3:1-6, Ezekiel 37:1-14 If we pay careful attention to the introduction for all the messages sent to the churches in the early chapters of the Book of Revelation, as well as the way Ezekiel addressed the LORD, we will see that the LORD was revealed or introduced in the manner in which … Continue reading The Place of Death
The LORD has done a work in each of us and He expects us to produce FRUIT reflecting the work done. Are you giving Him a fair return on His investment or are you wasting valuable time and resources?
How many times have you questioned if you are in right standing with God? How many times have you questioned if you are doing something wrong? I strongly believe that all of us have questioned ourselves based on the depth of our struggles.
[YHVH], God, made garments of skin for Adam and his wife and clothed them. Genesis 3:21 CJB [personalized]
"Then the eyes of both of them were opened, and they realized that they were naked. So they sewed fig leaves together to make themselves loincloths." Genesis 3:7 CJB
After the LORD formed Eve and brought her to Adam, he accepted her. Then the scripture revealed that "They were both naked, the man and his wife, and they were not ashamed" Genesis 2:25 CJB.
I am sharing an encouraging post from YHVH Revealed Network today to remind you to not be discouraged with the revelation that the LORD has entrusted to you. Even though it has not manifested as yet, does not mean that it will not come to fruition. Be encouraged that our God watches over His Word – Truth – to bring it to pass.
The moment you received the revelations of God you are carrying, a timer was set and attached to them. Every revelation has a set time to step into its full time. It is for this reason you will see, time and again, that Scripture declares “in the fullness of time”or “when the fullness of time came”.
At first, that revelation may look or sound false but in the fullness of time it would be proven true. Oftentimes, such revelations are faced with rejection because a revelation at its core is the disclosure of something not previously known. However, in the fullness of time, that which has been revealed which was rejected as fallacy is then confirmed as truth. For God always affirms anything and anyone He reveals.Scripture endorses this truth in both Testaments.
As it relates to His revealed words, Prophet Isaiah disclosed that “…just…
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