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A Great Shout Arises

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A Great Shout Throughout the Land:

Sounding  a Trumpet

A cry is going up to Almighty God. It’s so loud; it’s all I hear.

How can one have peace when others are in torment?

The heavenly Father’s love is rising in this earth, but it’s not appearing as most think … While it’s the morning star of the Creator’s spirit arising in those awake, it’s falling upon those asleep.

With a belly swelling with increasing wickedness, the earth has opened her mouth to her Creator pouring out a great smoke full of torments. Lifted to His ears are the cries of the innocent, poor in spirit, neglected, abused, forsaken, and of the silent sufferers. It’s now time for Him to act. Their Creator is arousing to heal and restore as the yelps of the tormented billow up to His ears.

A supernatural spiritual blindness hoovers over mankind. The dawning of the New Day will awaken the sleepers with a voice of a trumpet sounded in the midst of their souls. Awake for He arises from His Holy Habitation with healing in His wings expelling all wickedness.

The cries are the loudest from the voiceless. Those tormented day and night at the expense of the lusts of mankind and their merciless governance. They have been treated as insignificant and as objects to fulfill the lusts of the belly. They’ve been abused and counted as nothing for greedy gain. The abomination of the daily sacrifice of their lives at every meal has become full-grown. By His own hand, their Creator will release them from their prisons; the hands of cruelty.

Mankind is blind to what they create. They’ve created a tortuous place in which they torture those deemed less then themselves, and in doing so they perpetuate their own misery and suffering. Do to others as you desire to be done to you. Luke 12:35-48, Matthew 18:21-35 They cruelly treat others “lower” than themselves and forget that they too are beasts seeking for the mercies of God; One who tells us to treat others as we would want to be treated. Should we seek His mercy for our suffering, and yet not offer the same to those we have been given governance over, especially the animal kingdom? People forget the animal kingdom belongs to God and that He put us in a place to be faithful loving stewards of creations of His affections. But we have made them the object of our feasts, lusts, celebrations, greed, and slaves serving a very harsh and thoughtless master. Sound familiar? This is one HUGE area greatly dismissed by many when they consider the everlasting kingdom of heaven coming to earth, but God has not forgotten. Isaiah 65:25

God is not arousing with torments in His wings as we have done and imagined. His ways are far superior to our beastly ways. He does what we didn’t do, love. Anyone who knows the love of God knows it’s far greater and more powerful than force and brute strength. It’s a power that burns as a refining fire on the inside to create something truly new inside and out.  Those who know the heavenly Father also know His greatest power flows through weakness and love.

While perfect love drives out fear, its mirror reflection in an un-renewed heart is shame. Jeremiah 31:19 In the face of His love, sin feels like intolerable shame that we can’t escape from until we let go of what is causing the shame. His love serves a a mirror and exposes the cruelty of our own hearts, which creates an overwhelming shame thus a desire to “hide” ourselves. Yet, in these last days there will be nowhere to hide as all that is hidden is being brought into the light. To hide from our own flesh only causes the shame to intensify. Shame is what we experience that leads to repenting and turning to love. Our flesh will no longer hide the abominations within. Numbers 11:20, Revelation 16:2 Since it is our flesh we serve,  it will show the truth of our true nature. Jeremiah 31:9

In the lusts and vanities of the world, the animal kingdom is overlooked to such an extent that few consider their endless hell created and perpetuated by mankind. How can one expect mercy on his “beastliness” if he is unwilling to give it to another for a fleeting craving? This contradiction is one of the greatest delusions of our time. It’s a great abomination as it is the expression of hell, torments, and the beast nature of man, thus his “markings” that he is a beast verses a son of God, who is love. Removing this abomination of cruelty in our lives allows our spirits to ascend as sons/daughters of God, otherwise we remain as we are. Further, it’s a reflection of the abomination of desolation for we have attributed a horrific reality that we created as an acceptable reflection of and offering to a loving Creator, who knows every sparrow. Jeremiah 7:21-23

Our healing and renewal is deeply connected to creation’s healing. We are all intertwined as God’s creation. For the days that lay ahead, I believe this is one of our first signposts … will we treat the animal kingdom as we desire God, who is far superior, to treat us?  Jeremiah 31:21 In abundant mercy, loving-kindness and care? Will we cease to torment them for the vain lusts of our bellies and our greed for the money made by them? Will we show that we have learned what it is to love the weaker vessels as we desire God to love us? Or will be as the Israelites when they lusted for meat in the wilderness when headed to the promise land? Numbers 11:33-34 

God cares deeply for His creation. He will deliver all from those stronger then they. He gave us charge over it. How have we handled such an awesome responsibility and gift? He is coming to see how we have managed our house. Will He find mercy? Or mercilessness? During my time with Him this past month, He has taught me many layers of understanding in this area. Our healing is connected to a healing heart toward creation. We can’t continue to embrace cruelty and be freed from our own suffering. We can’t continue to feast on death, dead flesh, and what is sown in darkness and be transformed into spiritual living beings of light.

Arise my heavenly Father from Your Holy Habitation and let Your love and righteousness break forth in this earth, Your creation needs Your love, for it has not known the true nature of Your love.

Author: Rachel

My passion is cultivating a deep relationship with God and helping others to do the same. I LOVE sharing with others insights that God has taught me and hearing what God has taught them... thus my blog, Stirring the Deep. My focus is on a relationship, not a religion. Life is in the relationship. I believe in a balance and unity of body, mind and spirit. I feel it's important to nurture all three for they all affect each other. I try to live in the present, where the Holy Spirit is. And I try to do all with the motive of love. I've come to believe life is a journey and not a destination. It isn't about perfection, is it about growth.

4 thoughts on “A Great Shout Arises

  1. There are two worlds the universal and the personal one of love and forgiveness then other of fleshly desires of the flesh pray for me for.the discernment I hope God will grant

    • Hi Stephen, These two different worlds thus realities that we can abide in is becoming much more distinct to me as well. One is based on a foundation of love and truth in which our reality is crafted by God, and the other is based on a foundation of lust/suffering and lies/fear that is crafted by going our own way, following the dictates of our own heart. One is bondage the other is true freedom from all that harms. When we can’t tell what is of one world verses the other, we keep us and all of creation in bondage. May we all receive the eyes to see.

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