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Lance Wallnau shares key prophetic insights for 2022, noting that a true prophet dips into the Word of God and "pulls out what is timely."
He shares a prophetic word from evangelist Jesse Duplantis, who said that "Everywhere I go, I'm God's favorite, and things are working out for me. ... I have what I want, and I just want Him. So I get a whole lot of Him showing up."
Wallnau says that is a word of revelation. "If you really delighted in Him, then no matter what's going on with other people, you'd go, 'My Father delights in me. And so, you'd be looking at how God's delight's going to show up, rather than how the devil's going to show up."
Many years ago, we had a pastor that would always say: "What does the Bible say about it?" Viewing the current pollical landscape, voting record and listening to the ongoing narrative, even among Christians, I have to ask myself ... "Isn't it time to start asking that question again?"
Over the years, God has given me scripture after scripture dealing with pre-born babies. I would like to take the time to provide you with some of them, along with some side notes the Holy Spirit gave me. This will make it clear what the Bible does say about God's little children that have no voice.
Do we really understand that it is God, our Father in heaven, that actually forms us in our mother's womb and created us for His glory? Isaiah 43:7 declares "Everyone who is called by My name, whom I have created for My Glory; I have formed him, yes, I have made him." In Isaiah 44:2 and v 24 it says that it was our Lord that formed us from the womb. Job, in Job 9:8 says of God that "Your hands have made me and fashioned me."
America, Rabbi Jonathan Cahn says, once stood out in God's kingdom as a "city on a hill." But that light that once shone bright has darkened, and it is time, Cahn said at Saturday's "The Renewal" in Plant City, Florida, for us to return to the consecration for which we once were called to spark a transformation for Jesus in America.
"In ancient Israel the generation that fell way needed an Elijah. More than ever, you have a prophetic calling to take up the mantle Elijah," Cahn says in video of the event. "Elijah knew he had to be separate, that he could not be defiled by his culture. You must more and more be separate and draw a line in the sand and take no part in the defilement of the age.
"You must do the same as Elijah and stand out," he continues. "Only those who dare to be different can make a different in the world. You must stand up and say, 'This is the moment I was born for.'"
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