RHEMA 7/02/07 KEEP YOUR PIPES CLEAR AND CLEAN
Heard: Take care of yourself.
PIX: I saw a huge field that had been freshly
planted. And saw large sprinklers watering it.
CONFIRMATION and PARABLE: Today I was visiting
someone who was having quite an ordeal with the
sprinkler system on a golf course. They were trying to
find out where the pipes were plugged. I saw a person
walking somewhat unsteady over the turf and suddenly
thought, “Be careful, walk carefully, it is uneven
ground.” Then about 3 steps later this person slightly
stumbled when stepping in an uneven dip in the ground
with one foot. All was fine, and I knew the Spirit of
the Lord had thought that through me. I also felt that
it was an angelic encounter keeping a fall from
happening. It was a sign that the Lord had seen my day
ahead of time.
Ps 91:11-12 NKJV
For He shall give His angels charge over you, to keep
you in all your ways. In their hands they shall bear you
up, lest you dash your foot against a stone.
PARABLE: Recently I have noticed when caught up
in working really hard that I am under a lot of stress
in my body and emotions. When I let it go for a drive
in the car with the loud worhship music on, and with
praying in tongues strongly, it is like blowing out the
dirt in my pipes. It releases me from all the stress on
my body and soul and the Spirit flushes out and breaks
through to the Lord. It is a wonderful time. I feel
refreshed and cleansed and free.
CONTEND FOR YOUR WELL 12/03/02
The enemy is desiring to dry up your spiritual hearing.
Like the enemies of old, he is wanting to pour dirt into
your well to pollute your spiritual waters and also dry
them up. Rebuke the devourer and do not grow apathetic
in your walk with Me. Continue to dig your own well in
Me by stirring up your gifts, praying in the Spirit
continuously and seeking My face. Protect yourself from
the devourer’s snares by walking away from the world,
its pleasures and carnality.
Gen 26:14-22 NLT
“Soon the Philistines became jealous of him, and they
filled up all of Isaac's wells with earth. These were
the wells that had been dug by the servants of his
father, Abraham. And Abimelech asked Isaac to leave the
country. "Go somewhere else," he said, "for you have
become too rich and powerful for us." So Isaac moved to
the Gerar Valley and lived there instead. He reopened
the wells his father had dug, which the Philistines had
filled in after Abraham's death. Isaac renamed them,
using the names Abraham had given them. His shepherds
also dug in the Gerar Valley and found a gushing
spring. But then the local shepherds came and claimed
the spring. "This is our water," they said, and they
argued over it with Isaac's herdsmen. So Isaac named the
well "Argument," because they had argued about it with
him. Isaac's men then dug another well, but again there
was a fight over it. So Isaac named it "Opposition."
Abandoning that one, he dug another well, and the local
people finally left him alone. So Isaac called it "Room
Enough," for he said, "At last the LORD has made room
for us, and we will be able to thrive."