Silencing The Nations
This message comes on the heels of the United State’s recent government activities that are speaking loud and clear what God is exposing in this hour and what the government is really saying to God, quickly bringing the judgment necessary for justice (in His eyes) upon the United States. This is not just a judgment on the United States, but it will begin greatly here and then also spread throughout the world, emphasizing the justice God will execute upon the governing ways of men in sin and their pompous ‘Eureka moments’ against the authorative name of a Living God. The humble in Him will fulfill the Scripture below as the justice is executed for God’s namesake:
Praise the Lord!
Praise, O servants of the Lord,
Praise the name of the Lord!
2 Blessed be the name of the Lord
From this time forth and forevermore!
3 From the rising of the sun to its going down
The Lord’s name is to be praised.
4 The Lord is high above all nations,
His glory above the heavens.
5 Who is like the Lord our God,
Who dwells on high,
6 Who humbles Himself to behold
The things that are in the heavens and in the earth?
7 He raises the poor out of the dust,
And lifts the needy out of the ash heap,
8 That He may seat him with princes—
With the princes of His people.
9 He grants the barren woman a home,
Like a joyful mother of children.
Praise the Lord!
Many believe the debt ceiling increases are a good thing, but God sees it in the Light of His Word, from a spiritual sense. A debt is considered a transgression or in the spiritual sense, sin. Continually men are governing in the ways of sin (rebellious to the leading of the Holy Spirit), compromising among each other for their own interests at heart that are not governed by the Holy Spirit’s leading; instead led by lustful desires in them that are quickly piling up high to the heavens as a stench into the nostrils of God (Isaiah 1:13-23). How He wished to walk with you but you would not have it, so He gave you over to your own stubbornness (Psalm 81:12; Acts 14:16; Romans 1:24-26; Job 8:4; Psalm 106:43). And this is where the Lord must judge the sins of the United States, fulfilling this Scripture below:
“I was sought by those who did not ask for Me;
I was found by those who did not seek Me.
I said, ‘Here I am, here I am,’
To a nation that was not called by My name.
2 I have stretched out My hands all day long to a rebellious people,
Who walk in a way that is not good,
According to their own thoughts;
3 A people who provoke Me to anger continually to My face;
Who sacrifice in gardens,
And burn incense on altars of brick;
4 Who sit among the graves,
And spend the night in the tombs;
Who eat swine’s flesh,
And the broth of abominable things is in their vessels;
5 Who say, ‘Keep to yourself,
Do not come near me,
For I am holier than you!’
These are smoke in My nostrils,
A fire that burns all the day.
6 “Behold, it is written before Me:
I will not keep silence, but will repay—
Even repay into their bosom—
7 Your iniquities and the iniquities of your fathers together,”
Says the Lord,
“Who have burned incense on the mountains
And blasphemed Me on the hills;
Therefore I will measure their former work into their bosom.”
For those that truly know their God, this will be a day of justice and glory of the Lord. It will magnify His name and authority in all the earth. It will be a day of rejoicing in His name (Psalm 98:7-9). However, it will silence many into a rest they have not sought for, a resting from the work of carnal nature or wickedness; some will mourn and some will seek understanding. But God says, “Do not mourn for the dead. It has been a desire for your eyes too long and I AM a jealous God, looking to be your desire instead,” (Ezekiel 24:15-17; Psalm 37:4). It will be a time for God to speak to His people that are truly His; to know Him and to understand His ways are always right (Psalm 119:37). It will be a day of freedom for many that are helpless in their walk because of the great cutting away of darkness that has influenced His people for too long into rebellion and idolatry (Psalm 10:12; Psalm 21:8; Psalm 143:12; 2 Samuel 7:9).
The ‘Eureka moments’ will be judged back unto you for those that use them to their own wicked devices. Eureka means ‘Aha, or an expression of joy or satisfaction when an individual discovers something.’ This is a judgment against the scoffers and mockers that have continued to sneer at the people of the Lord, the ones that have gloated over them and because they have done this unto the least of them, they’ve done it unto the Lord (Matthew 25:40-45). So God will fulfill this Scripture:
Contend, Lord, with those who contend with me;
fight against those who fight against me.
2 Take up shield and armor;
arise and come to my aid.
3 Brandish spear and javelin
against those who pursue me.
Say to me,
“I am your salvation.”
4 May those who seek my life
be disgraced and put to shame;
may those who plot my ruin
be turned back in dismay.
5 May they be like chaff before the wind,
with the angel of the Lord driving them away;
6 may their path be dark and slippery,
with the angel of the Lord pursuing them.
7 Since they hid their net for me without cause
and without cause dug a pit for me,
8 may ruin overtake them by surprise—
may the net they hid entangle them,
may they fall into the pit, to their ruin.
9 Then my soul will rejoice in the Lord
and delight in His salvation.
10 My whole being will exclaim,
“Who is like You, Lord?
You rescue the poor from those too strong for them,
the poor and needy from those who rob them.”
11 Ruthless witnesses come forward;
they question me on things I know nothing about.
12 They repay me evil for good
and leave me like one bereaved.
13 Yet when they were ill, I put on sackcloth
and humbled myself with fasting.
When my prayers returned to me unanswered,
14 I went about mourning
as though for my friend or brother.
I bowed my head in grief
as though weeping for my mother.
15 But when I stumbled, they gathered in glee;
assailants gathered against me without my knowledge.
They slandered me without ceasing.
16 Like the ungodly they maliciously mocked;
they gnashed their teeth at me.
17 How long, Lord, will you look on?
Rescue me from their ravages,
my precious life from these lions.
18 I will give you thanks in the great assembly;
among the throngs I will praise you.
19 Do not let those gloat over me
who are my enemies without cause;
do not let those who hate me without reason
maliciously wink the eye.
20 They do not speak peaceably,
but devise false accusations
against those who live quietly in the land.
21 They sneer at me and say, “Aha! Aha!
With our own eyes we have seen it.”
22 Lord, you have seen this; do not be silent.
Do not be far from me, Lord.
23 Awake, and rise to my defense!
Contend for me, my God and Lord.
24 Vindicate me in your righteousness, Lord my God;
do not let them gloat over me.
25 Do not let them think, “Aha, just what we wanted!”
or say, “We have swallowed him up.”
26 May all who gloat over my distress
be put to shame and confusion;
may all who exalt themselves over me
be clothed with shame and disgrace.
27 May those who delight in my vindication
shout for joy and gladness;
may they always say, “The Lord be exalted,
who delights in the well-being of his servant.”
28 My tongue will proclaim your righteousness,
your praises all day long.
This judgment is a vindication for His people that have continued to stand in the Truth of His faith, led by the Spirit in all things. May all that see it, fear the Lord, for He is great and who can fathom His wonders and miracles? (Psalm 145:3; Romans 11:33; Job 11:7; Psalm 18:3; Psalm 86:10)
There is victory in the Lord.
Hear what the Spirit is saying…