AS IN THE DAYS OF NOAH
There are many prophetic words that have been given that things are going to be better in the world. These words say that the body of Christ will be blessed like never before. This is our season. This is our year.
There are also many prophetic words that have been given that destruction of all we know is at hand. Calamity, judgment, wrath, and destruction are soon to come on our nation, the church, and the world.
So, which of these is the correct prophetic word for this hour?
I believe those that have sold out completely to Jesus in these days will be the remnant that will be used by God in a mighty way. They will do exploits they never thought possible and bring souls into the kingdom. Provision will come, but it will only come to those that are sold out to God 100%.
While this is the case for this remnant, the world will be going through great turmoil like we have never seen before. It will be a time as it was “As in the Days of Noah” where violence filled the known world. Noah did not stop what God called him to do, even when there were only 8 members of his family to do the job he was called to do. That job was “build the ark.”
The ark represents the safety of God.
Those that are not sold out will increase in hatred, violence, and evil doings worse than we have seen, just like in Noah’s days. The perversion during those days was beyond what we can imagine. The remnant sold out will rise above this sin and help to “build the ark” which is Jesus Christ. We build the ark by bringing people to Jesus Christ through salvation. Without salvation they cannot enter the ark and will be lost for eternity.
So, both things prophesied are true. It depends on the condition of each individual heart. Only God and you can know your heart. Are you sold out to Jesus? Are you willing to lay your life down to bring people into the ark? Have you determined that sin will not be in your life? Have you come to the place where you say, “Here am I Lord, send me?” I pray that is the case. If not, you will see the wrath of God like never before. God will spare his faithful ones, but those that come against Him, and His Word, will suffer the consequences.
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