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fountains of the deep

As In The Days Of Noah

In the days of Noah, it had never rained. Yet, God told His servant to build a boat on dry land. Why? It was because the end of all flesh was at hand, and though it was a wicked and perverse generation, God purposed to save as many as possible. Likewise, in our day God is about to break up the fountains of the deep again, saving some, but damning many.

For those who are led by the Spirit, like Noah, God’s judgment lifts us up. We find sanctuary in the midst of trouble by hearing His voice and doing His will. Though we cannot see, we believe and follow every instruction the Holy Spirit gives. We are moved by something so fantastical, so outside the norm of the world’s experience, those around us mock and jeer. God says things are about to change and we prepare, while others refuse to believe and miss the boat.

The fountains of the deep

The Tabernacle Blessing is like the fountains of the deep being broken up, except many more people will be saved this time. This tide of Divine Love lifts us up while those who oppose it sink. It is our Bridegroom, motivated by an overwhelming love for His Bride, who decides to take us home. When all seems lost, Christ appears to our joy.

The words I write here on the final feast are both a blessing and a cursing. The Lamb’s wife, glimpsing a wondrous future, marvels at the things Christ prepares for her. However, many recoil into ever greater darkness at the mention of His love. On one hand we accept God for who He truly is and, on the other hand, many reject His holy intimacy as profane.

There is more to Tabernacles than we realize

No one understands the true depth and force of the Tabernacles Blessing. While some think it’s nonsense, others stand in awe of the power of God’s Divine Love. I tell you true, Holy Intimacy is about to erupt from places you never thought possible, creating a worldwide upheaval. Christianity as we know it, the stable, tried, tested, and true, buckles and crumbles. What emerges out of this cataclysmic event is a Holy Bride of Christ without spot or wrinkle.

The church of brotherly love ascends to meet Jesus in the air. As the Holy Spirit departs the earth, so do we. Left behind is a remnant which faces the wrath of the Beast. In the end, hardly a trace of Christianity survives into the Millennium. What remains is a Jewish people and a world of war-weary unbelievers.

Peter says

“Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts,  And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation”

2 Peter 3:2,4

The fact is, for those who have ears to hear, God is offering sanctuary. As Noah preached righteousness, I feel led to speak a message of Divine Love to this generation. The Ark that I stand before is made out of 1 Corinthians 13. Dare to become love and Jesus will save you from the destruction to come.

The clarion call is to listen, hear, and obey on time the voice of your God. The ability to hear God speak is the single biggest bulwark against the flood that is to come. If you listen to what God says to you personally, you will have light when all others dwell in darkness. While many resist God and suffer His plagues, you will dwell in peace and safety.

A tsunami, even of love, is still a tsunami

During the Tabernacle Blessing, not only the latter rain falls, but the fountains of love in God’s people break up. This is the manifestation of the sons of God, that perfect man of Ephesians. Though Divine Love is not violent, the reaction to Holy Intimacy is nothing short of cataclysmic. Those who cannot and will not receive God’s intimacy hate us.

In conclusion, prepare ye the way of the Lord, for the revealing of His true nature is upon us, even at our door.

A scene from the recent movie “Noah”