Prophesy: These are the Days of Elijah: The Seat of Righteousness will Rise and the Seat of Evil will Fall
We are amidst the days that can best be described as “the best of times & the worst of times”. The days of Elijah are upon us. What does that mean? In the days of Elijah, problems will become as flesh. Meaning that there is more and more realities that we can see with our natural eyes taking place in the world. A quick glance in the world today and most would agree to this reality. As we ponder these implications, we can be encouraged seeing a crowd of United States Marines together, worshiping the Lord and loudly proclaiming, “These are the Days of Elijah”. These are the ones who will stand to fight the very natural problems that are rising and increasing in our land.
When we look at present day America, there are issues and subjects across the land that have not happened before; there are values and ideologies being promulgated in America that have not always been. People are boldly declaring ideas that openly contradict the values and ideas within America’s founding document: The Constitution. In order for an individual, who is not born in America, to become an American citizen, there is an oath that must take place.
“I hereby declare, on oath, that I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty of whom or which I have heretofore been a subject or citizen; that I will support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same…”
In order for one to walk in agreement with what America stands for, there must be an abandoning of whatever was. We can’t walk in agreement with the original values of America if we don’t know what those values are. Because the Constitution is not a priority to many, how can we know if we are in alignment for that which the Constitution stands for, or if arguments and decisions are being made that openly go against it? We must first remember that America was a byproduct of a few individuals that sought God first. Simply look at the First Amendment of the Constitution. America doesn’t exist without The Kingdom. We cannot seek first America. Without The Kingdom, there is no America.
The ideas and values of America have been infiltrated. America has been infiltrated with the idea that you can have a nation without God, that one can be an American citizen without caring about what the Constitutions says. It’s important to note again, The Kingdom came before America. If we don’t know the 10 Commandments, we are missing the point if we are focusing on the Constitution. If the 10 Commandments are not written on hearts, it doesn’t matter what wall they are being pulled off of, or what building they are pulled out of.
As the Church, we have to ask ourselves the sobering reality: is America being infiltrated with those who believe contrary to what it stands for because we have allowed the Church to become infiltrated with those who have beliefs that contradict what Jesus Christ says it is? We cannot complain about the infiltration in our nation while there is infiltration in The Church, and in our own hearts. If we will purge our own hearts, God will purge our nation. When the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence, they pledged “their lives, their fortunes, and sacred honor”. We, as the Church, must do the same, and pledge “our lives, our fortunes, and sacred honor” to the allegiance and Lordship of Jesus Christ. Allow this perspective to empower you to respond with clarity and conviction regarding the realities of today, and so much more. Greg and John shared in this segment.