Today I’m sharing something the Lord spoke to me a few months ago, in hopes it will encourage you concerning the uncertain days we are currently facing. I know it has encouraged me as I have reread it multiple times since the election. Please keep in mind that the Lord primarily speaks to me for the American Church.
On August 16 of this year, I was asking God for His perspective on the autumn months and how to pray. I was bringing before Him my concerns that, while some prophets were sharing messages of hope for the days ahead, there were a few getting lots of attention with their dreams and visions about fearful disasters coming upon our nation. This is what I heard in response:
I will overthrow the plans of the enemy. I will upend them at the last minute. I have much vested in this country. I will not forsake it, nor hand it over to Satan.
Have I not seen? Have I not said, ‘Enough’?
I have not turned my back on America. Look for overturning. Look for a return to righteousness. Mercy overflows.
I will arise. I will do it suddenly, when the time is ripe — an exact, calculated moment.
So, what does that mean, specifically? What is the overturning? What’s this about a last minute, exact moment? I think we will know it when we see it, but it would be unwise to guess at specific details right now.
Am I hoping it is about the election? I am a pro-life, pro-Israel, pro-biblical family, pro-racial justice, pro-Constitution voter. Yes, I do stand with the prophets in believing this election will turn out differently than it appears at the moment. But as to the word itself, I will look to what God assures me of — the devil will not have his way. The Lord will overturn what needs to be overturned — whether the projected election results, Roe v. Wade, or any corruption which needs to be exposed and struck down. He’ll do it at the right time, in the right way, and I trust Him for that.
Now, as to the election aftermath, this is what I have heard since November 3rd:
“I know what I am doing.”
“Don’t let the enemy get to you.”
“God has not forgotten the ‘appeal to heaven.'”
“Keep on moving forward.”
“God is turning the heat up.”
“I have not forgotten the prayers of My people.”
(I usually hear one-liners. The lengthier words, such as the one I received on August 16, are less frequent.)
Let’s keep pressing forward, praying for righteousness and mercy for America, and trusting the Lord that He will surely do mighty deeds. He is exposing sin and corruption at many levels across America, and we should rejoice in that.
Now the request:
If you purchased my newest book, The Dream Book: A Practical Guide to Christian Dream Interpretation, thank you so much! Would you help me by taking a few minutes to review it at Amazon? (Other retailers, Goodreads, and BookBub, are good, too, if you feel inclined.) Word of mouth and Amazon reviews are the primary ways people find out about books these days.
Writing a review doesn’t have to take a lot of time or energy. Here are the easy steps at Amazon:
- Go to The Dream Book page. (Make sure you are logged in to Amazon. Amazon only allows reviews from customers who buy $50.00 or more per year from them.)
- Right under the title, you will see the star ratings — click next to that, where it tells how many ratings there are.
- The reviews page that comes up gives you the option to write your own review. Click that button.
- Give it a star rating (“1” is the worst and “5” is the best.)
- Skip “add a photo or video,” unless you’re really into that.
- Add a headline — just something short.
- Add a written review. This can be as short as a sentence or two. If you want to give more details to help other prospective readers, you certainly can, but don’t feel that you have to.
- Hit the “Submit” button and you’re done! For a short review, it only takes about 5 minutes from beginning to end.
All-Surpassing Peace in a Shaking World, by Lee Ann Rubsam
Encouragement from God’s Word,
by Lee Ann Rubsam