Vision — The Lord, has taken his sword out of its sheath

Please take anything I share to the Lord for confirmation in its truth.

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Sometime around 10/13/16 — I had changed the input source on my monitor from computer to security camera.  What I saw, looked very strange.  There was a puddle in the street with very large numbers “521  1201”.   I turned off the monitor and asked the Lord to confirm that what I was seeing was from him and not someone in the area playing with witchcraft!

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Again, the numbers “521  1201” appeared very large in what looked like a puddle of water. I wrote those numbers down, then went outside to look.  There was no puddle of water and certainly no visible numbers.

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I began to search scripture (old and new testament) for some book with chapter 5 verse 21. Nothing seemed to hi-light for me, so I reversed the search and did chapter 21 verse 5.

This is where I found what seemed like hi-light of importance:

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Ezekiel 21:5

5 And everyone will know that I, the Lord, have taken my sword out of its sheath. It won’t be put away again.

I discovered that there was a video released on 10/13/16 from TruNews and it was called “The Sword Is Coming”

 

 


I am still waiting on clarification on “1201”.  I’m not going to guess on that one, and no scripture stood out for that.

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26 thoughts on “Vision — The Lord, has taken his sword out of its sheath

  1. Hi James,

    Possible interpretation of 1201 is a minute past midnight.

    Interesting analogy: Wal-Mart, if you read from the inside out like your number sequence, spells Mart(ial) Law.

    About 10 days ago my wife and I asked in prayer what’s coming in October. We received the word “savage,” which I think refers to the nature of an event. Other words were “scene” (place in time in which an action is set) and “scale” (size or extent, which to me suggests large scale).

    Right now feels like a strange quiet and calm before the storm. God bless.

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    1. Wow, Mike. Your post contains incredible insight. It’s funny, you and your wife got 3 “S’s.”

      I keep getting a lot of “P’s” like “Prepare for persecution.”
      “Peggy plays prophetic piano,” and on and on.

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  2. These are the other 2 scriptural reference I wrote down that day:

    1 Thessalonians 5:21 ” but test all things. Hold on to what is good.”

    Job 5:21 “You will be safe from slander and not fear destruction when it comes.”

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  3. Ali’s post from 10/19/16 (I reformatted the scriptures below for ease of reading. I looked up Mammon and it shows this reference: a Chaldee or Syriac word meaning “wealth” or “riches”)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaldea
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syriac_language
    ***************************************************************************

    A Watchman on the Wall “Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people (Proverbs 14:34). My people, you have sinned. Yes, My people called by My Name ‘ Christian’ have sinned grievously. You have built ivory towers and palatial palaces to the gods of mammon and religion; all to the glory of man. My Word has become a hindrance, a stumbling stone on the path you desire to walk.

    Examine yourself My child, watch, wait and pray. The testing of your faith will bring purity and cleansing. No test is welcomed, yet all are necessary that strength may come for the journey ahead.

    Grow in My grace. Watch, wait and pray.”
    —————————————————————

    1 Timothy 6:10

    10 For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil, and by craving it, some have wandered away from the faith and pierced themselves with many pains.

    1 Peter 2:7-8

    7 So honor will come to you who believe, but for the unbelieving,
    The stone that the builders rejected— this One has become the cornerstone,
    8 and A stone to stumble over, and a rock to trip over.
    They stumble because they disobey the message; they were destined for this.

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  4. Daily Devotional — 10/20/16

    FACING TRIALS
    Consider it pure joy, my brothers, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith develops perseverance. Perseverance must finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything. James 1:2-4

    James, in his letter to the early Christians, lists the qualities that many kinds of trials develop in us.

    She stood outside the doorway of the church intrigued by the love and joy displayed by those inside. The missionary had asked her to come in, but she had politely declined. This was a hostile area in the Philippines, and her father had strictly forbidden her to have anything to do with “those Christians.”

    Unknown to the little Filipino girl, the missionary was praying fervently for her soul. Finally one Sunday morning, the little girl accepted the invitation to attend the Sunday school class. There she also opened her heart to Jesus and became a child of God. The missionary presented her with a beautiful white dress, representing the fact that Jesus had washed all her sins away.

    The next Sunday the little girl was nowhere to be found. Concerned for the girl, the missionary travelled to her home village. Arriving at her home, she found the young, new believer lying in the dirt. Her white dress was torn, filthy, and soaked in blood. The girl’s father hadn’t shared the missionary’s joy in his daughter’s new-found faith. In a drunken rage he had beaten her, repeatedly kicked her, and left her to die.

    The missionary gently lifted the fragile girl and carried her back to the church where a doctor rushed to help. But there was nothing he could do. He removed the ragged dress and cleaned her up, but her injuries were too severe. The missionary stayed with her, trying to comfort her during her final hour.

    Upon regaining consciousness the little girl made an unusual request. She insisted on holding in her hand the white dress the missionary had given her. They explained that it was torn and soaked with blood and dirt. With the simple faith of a child she whispered, “I just want Jesus to know that I was willing to bleed for Him.”

    RESPONSE: Today I acknowledge that struggles and trials are exactly what I need in my life. Without them, I would be crippled. I would never fly!

    PRAYER: Lord, cause my suffering to make what I really believe to be evident to others.

    Standing Strong Through The Storm (SSTS), a daily devotional message by SSTS author Paul Estabrooks. © 2011 Open Doors International. Used by permission.

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  5. Powerful vision James. Also, I didn’t know walmart was martial law but is plain as day! My first vision was while shopping in walmart. No surprise considering all going on there too

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  6. Last couple of days I have felt drained of motivation, clarity and strength, like being hit by some wave of depressing darkness. I was listening to Nathan Leal’s most recent message. He said people are writing him to say they are experiencing symptoms like this, and that it’s an effect of the outpouring of demonic darkness on our nation.

    So this morning I declared in Jesus name a hedge of protection around my being that repels all darkness. Really focused on prayer for a while on “repels all darkness,” and felt much of it lift.

    I just wanted to share that in case others are experiencing it too. Greater is He who is in us than he who is in the world!

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    1. Yes Mike the hedge of protection is very much needed. We just have to be careful that the gardener called sin won’t cut our hedge open or too low so the serpent slithers in.

      Daily prayer and repentance is key. i know from experience that we are not always so golden and pure as our Christian faith demands. And that we need to be honest about!

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    2. Thank you for sharing that Mike. Battling it here also. I heard Nathan also when he put that out. Much going on and dear Lord lead us into the victory over all this.

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  7. Devotional — 10/21/16

    TV Dinner or Pot Pie?

    Psalm 96:1–13
    Recommended Reading: 2 Chronicles 16:9; Psalm 37:5; Jeremiah 2:12–13; Matthew 22:37–40

    When was the last time you ate a frozen TV dinner? If you’re old enough, you may remember those early meals that were sold in an aluminum tray and marketed by the Swanson® company in the mid-1950s. If you’ve had one lately, you’re probably well aware that this idea has been adapted for the microwave. Separate compartments house different components of the entrée, and after a few minutes these “nuked” delicacies are ready to savor—from corn to chicken to a brownie for dessert. Delicious! Or so some folks say.

    The frozen dinner is an appropriate image for guys—and not just because it keeps us from having to cook. Men often try to compartmentalize their lives—much like a frozen dinner. As most men are wired to think in a linear fashion, this kind of separation usually works nicely: The job goes in one compartment of the tray. Put the family in another. Friends and extended family in another. And sometimes God is relegated to the dessert compartment—the smallest one in the tray that gets attention only for an hour or so on Sunday.

    But another idea surfaced around the same time as the TV dinner, one that we could look at as a new representation for our lives as men. The “pot pie” is a more realistic image for life. Inside the flaky crust is a (typically scalding) combination of food groups—it’s nearly impossible to separate the different parts of the pie from each other.

    Consider the point to this culinary conversation: Life doesn’t fit into neat compartments. The psalmist illustrates this in his writing when he charges the sum of God’s creation to praise God. The earth, sea, land, stars, trees, forests, fields—everything! All of creation rejoices because of God’s deeds, his splendor and majesty, his strength and glory.

    Now, let’s flip that around. Consider your life—every aspect of it. Does it all belong to God? Does it all praise God?

    Chances are you’re going to say no. That’s okay, because today is a new day! Maybe you struggle to believe that God cares about your finances, the challenges you face at work or your struggles with sin. But he does! Life works best when you stop making God an add-on to your days—something to consider once a week before moving on. He longs to be brought into the discussion, to permeate every aspect of your life. Like sauce in a pot pie, once you allow him to cover every aspect of your life you’ll discover a richer and more satisfying daily experience.

    To Take Away
    In what areas of life are you experiencing specific problems right now?
    Are you struggling with any areas that you’re hiding from God right now? Why?
    What would it look like for God to help you with these issues? Take the time to talk to God and ask him for his help.

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  8. Putin Said russia dont want a confrontation and Ezekiel said that the Lord would put hooks in the mouth of Leviathan and drag him out. That hook might be Hillary IF russia is the one WHO attacks Israel from the north in Ezekiels prophecies.

    Informative video sonshine, appreciate IT.

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  9. Daily Devotional — 10/22/16:

    WALK IN VICTORY
    And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose. Romans 8:28

    Our trust is not in a God who uses his power without a plan or at His whim. Rather our trust is in a loving, purposeful God who promises that all thing work together for good for those who love Him.

    No one believes this any more than Kim. She is known as the picture girl from the Vietnam war. The Pulitzer Prize winning photo seen around the world was snapped on June 8, 1972 following a South Vietnamese napalm attack on Trang Bang village. Nine-year-old Kim is seen running down the road toward the camera, naked and screaming in pain.

    Living in constant pain as a result of the horrific injuries she suffered, Kim recalls she was bitter and filled with hatred asking the universal question, “Why me? Why do I have to suffer like this?”

    As a teenager, she encountered a Vietnamese Bible in a library. Impressed with Jesus and His teaching, she became a believer in 1982. She comments that it took years, but “God freed me from hatred and enabled me to love and forgive my enemies, to trust Him and to obey.”

    She still suffers daily from excruciating pain but she now finds purpose in that pain. “The pain reminds me daily to go back to the Lord in prayer,” she says. “Then he gives me peace, energy, strength and grace to face each day…The pain is for my spiritual protection and I thank God for it.”

    Kim Phuc says she wants to change the way people see her; no longer the little girl crying out of pain, but now a young woman crying out for peace. She adds, “Now He uses my picture and my everyday life to glorify Him. Now I understand the purpose of why I’m still here and why I suffer. It’s to glorify the Lord. It’s not about me. It’s about Him!”

    God has a plan and purpose for our life, and through our obedience to His teaching, He is going to work in us and through us that which will ultimately bring glory to God. With this kind of faith, we will see victory.

    RESPONSE: Today I will walk in victory because I will give every part of my being to glorify God

    PRAYER: Lord, help me to experience the purpose and meaning You have ordained in my suffering for You.

    Standing Strong Through The Storm (SSTS), a daily devotional message by SSTS author Paul Estabrooks. © 2011 Open Doors International. Used by permission.

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  10. Daily Devotional — 10/23/16

    A DISCIPLE’S LOVE
    “If anyone comes to me and does not hate his father and mother, his wife and children, his brothers and sisters—yes, even his own life—he cannot be my disciple.” Luke 14:26

    A Christian medical doctor in China shares his experience when he refused to bow down or “kowtow” to an image of Mao because of his love for Jesus. After severe beatings did not succeed in influencing him, the authorities resorted to a more subtle strategy by getting his whole family to stand around him and weep. Here is the story in his own words:

    I had seven children as well as my wife all surrounding me and weeping. Crying bitterly, my wife said to me, “If you don’t kowtow you will surely die and then what will we do?” For three days they stood around me weeping until my wife’s eyes were dreadfully swollen. “After you have died, what will happen to these children? Please, for the sake of your family, just kowtow.” They cried and cried. I really did not know what to do. I felt that I had no more strength so I prayed, “Lord I have no strength left, what must I do?”

    On the third day, the Lord’s word [Luke 14:26] came, Hallelujah! There is no word of the Lord that is without power. The Lord through His Word filled me with the life and power of God. I said to my wife, “Stop crying. It’s no use your crying. I am the Lord’s disciple. For the Lord’s sake I am ready to die!”

    Then the day came when the authorities called me and said, “You had better consider your situation carefully. If you want to live, you must kowtow otherwise it will mean certain death for you. Tonight we will make you eat the “steel bean” (bullet). You will be executed! This is your very last opportunity!” And so he sent me back to think it over.

    There was, however, no need for me to think it over. I was ready for the bullet. But the night passed without my being called. Next day I saw that outside folk were running hither and thither and I wondered whatever had happened to cause such alarm. Later I was to learn that immediately after I had left the office, black swellings appeared on the prison warden’s legs and it was frightfully painful. Because he was the chief, all the doctors in the hospital were rushed to his side to give him aid. But within twenty-four hours he was dead.

    The doctor was later released from prison and returned to his family and medical practice.

    RESPONSE: I recommit myself to the Lord. My love for Him will be even more than my love for family.

    PRAYER: Lord, help to prove my love for You above all others regardless of the circumstances.

    Standing Strong Through The Storm (SSTS), a daily devotional message by SSTS author Paul Estabrooks. © 2011 Open Doors International. Used by permission.

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