8/30/08 TO SET YOUR COMPASS FOR A WAY OUT
REOCCURRING VISION: I saw the same angel in
the same repeated vision several times this month. He
is tall; I am seeing him walk out of a room with a small
leather pack on his back. The leather pack is for
survival conditions traveling in the wilderness.
Provide for you a way out. Compass. A
way out. I have given him to you. Mercy over
RHEMA EXCERPT THE INDEPENDENT PROPHET
PIX: I saw a young boy about 12 years old. He
was dumped into the wilderness with a compass and a
bunch of tools. And then he ran away.
Now I walk into the wilderness. Are You
going to find me? Walked around puzzled.
Independent. Talking about frozen. I was
there. Sleeping here all day. Itís all changed now.
In the morning when I wake up. You are still there.
Itís always a joy. When you spend yourself.
Impact. Puzzled. Eyes opened. You see how they fit.
Now set this up. What is My joy? My joy is seeing you
watch and love it. Cloud.
UPDATE 8/24/08: Rick Joyner said a few days ago
on God TV 2008 blueprints, that the Lord told him this
year that the prophets had graduated grade school this
year. That makes them 12-13 years old in the Spirit,
which is what I saw this month.
WORD TO PONDER: TO SET YOUR COMPASS FOR A WAY OUT
If you find yourself cast outside to wander in the
wilderness, I have not forsaken you. In your
independence, if you have run away from My workings in
your life, I will still find you. You may be in a cold
place, and isolated and without fellowship. You may be
given to spiritual slumber. But you will find in the
morning when My Son arises, as you wake, I am still
there, faithful, waiting for relationship. I have had
mercy over your brokenness, beloved child. It is always
My joy to give you My cloud, no matter where you are.
As you spend yourself to seek My face, I will open your
eyes and bring My mysteries to life and set your compass
for your way out of a cold and lonely place.
1 Kings 19:4-5 NKJV
But he himself went a day's journey into the
wilderness, and came and sat down under a broom tree.
And he prayed that he might die, and said, "It is
enough! Now, LORD, take my life, for I am no better than
my fathers!" Then as he lay and slept under a broom
tree, suddenly an angel touched him, and said to him,
"Arise and eat."