Speak (Word of Knowledge this morning after contemplating a situation).
Some time ago, I was shown a woman coming out from underneath a wooden dresser. I remember thinking that someone is “crawling out of the woodwork” someone with a mission of sorts. (The identity of this woman was revealed that very day.) Because I speak a different language, I was not entirely clear on the meaning of that expression. After looking up the idiom, I discovered that this is what “crawling out of the woodwork” means: “someone who is disapproving – to appear suddenly usually because one sees an opportunity to get something for oneself.”
In a vision this morning, the face of a woman was clearly shown – she had a sly, smiling but ruse-looking expression on her face. And, well, the reason for that vision and expression came to pass this morning as a very negative comment on the blog. Anyone who is called in service for the Lord will encounter and discern negative spirits in people. Even though these people profess to be saved Christians who claim to have revelations and doing the Lord’s work, their mission is deceptive. If allowed to continue, it can and I am hearing “Sabotage” you. When I began this work, I was warned that I would come up against many pens – shown as dark pens positioned in a circle – the spirit of witchcraft. In brief, it did sabotage the first blog.
After having prayed about this situation, I was instructed to Cut this person out.
As Christians we are called to be patient but nowhere in the Bible is it written that we have to grant these people unconditional acceptance. If after having attempted to handle disputes/disagreements in a friendly and loving manner with the goal of restoration, they continue in their reviling and foolish works, it is best to part ways and cut these people out of our lives. (1 Cor. 5:11)
“I urge you, brothers and sisters, to watch out for those who cause divisions and put obstacles in your way that are contrary to the teaching you have learned. Keep away from them.” (Rom. 16:1
“For where you have envy and selfish ambition, there you find disorder and every evil practice.” (James 3:16)
Forgive these people, pray the best for them and move on.
Keep the Faith,