‘Eighteen’s Vessel’ (Jesus)

Eighteen’s Vessel (Jesus)…The king was arrogant and said that he was tired on waiting for the Lord (basically, he was tired of praying, tired of being patient, which the Lord has asked all of us to do during this virus).

Eighteen's Vessel (Jesus)

it is as it is
time moving fast
as it seems
but really…a slow, steady pace

beat two, beat three
skip, skip, skip
beat four, beat five
try…try to stay alive
but during the 'try'
change

it is only you
who can change
it is only you
who can enter change's range

beat, beat, beat

I†, the Lord Jesus†
I† am counting the beats

say what you need to say
heal from your past troubles
release it
blow out then inhale


it is dawn
then it is dusk

'o weary dark
why are you so sad
they are coming
don't be so lonely
soon many will join you

'o bright, blissful happy
you keep sneaking out
with an arrogant snort
they keep seeking you
forgetting the dark

but the Father† has summoned you
it's time to tuck in your wings
rest for a while

let jealousy and hate
take their spot
as arrogant builds in them
delusion
for dark is lonely

come, come out
'o darkened gloom
sadness and anguish
they are lurking in the shadows
evil spirits…they are called
‒their job is not a good one
but a necessary one


'o world of fools
wanting to rest from protection
'o weary souls
so useless in their collection

to lay down a sword
in the heat of battle
‒a surety in a death sentence

a warrior never lays
his sword down

it is only when the raise
of the flag in surrender
does a soldier lay
his sword down

'o lazy, selfish people
do you surrender
it looks like a surrender

all these arrogant
with smiling faces
laughing in jubilant

'we won, we won
finally we can be normal'

'o iridescent cannonball
sad willowed peas

I've† seen this so many times
the laying down
of the sword
‒careless surrendering
imagined pretence
of a pre-determined win

arrogance comes out fully
as happy enters
wanting to help the people

but dark looks on
waiting for the Father†
to set it loose
waiting for its turn again
in the massness of confusion

'o so easy it is
to force a surrender
so that God's† will
will be done

Note: The photographs are from September 13, 2019…Posted under My 555 Lake Visits. I was led to the frame 09.13.2019.17.56.13, but I posted the series for you to see. The object in the bubble, I’m told, is code. There were a lot of this in 2019. I was told that there are people who understand this, can decipher these codes. They are codes of instruction. After …56.13, it disappears, a second!

09.13.2019.17.56.09
09.13.2019.17.56.11
09.13.2019.17.56.12
09.13.2019.17.56.13
09.13.2019.17.56.14

(February 18, 2022)—The last four writings, especially the last one, had me shaken up a bit. They, the public, the government, clearly think we are going to ‘live‘ with this virus. They clearly think we have beat this virus. Yesterday, Clark County (Las Vegas) recorded 33 deaths from Covid. Utah recorded 900 cases and 15 deaths Friday. Etc., Etc. Because you are uncomfortable, you put others a risk for selfish reasons! Jesus has His say today. God has His say.

You are right, if you say, ‘This couldn’t possibly happen.’ It’s hard for me to vision as well. But I didn’t write God’s words. He did. And then the Scripture below that He pointed out AFTER I finished hearing ‘Eighteen’s Vessel’! If you can’t understand this: One: God’s and Jesus’ prophesy always…ALWAYS comes true! Two: A prophet always knows when they are being lied to.

I’m being lied to.

Your mistake is trusting man.

A Summary of the Scripture Given: Elisha’s servant lied to the Aramean and stole clothes and gold, then lied straight to Elisha’s face about this, not truly believing that God’s called-up servants (Prophets) cannot lie and will not accept lies. Hence, Elisha condemned the servant with a disease, including his whole family.

Then Ben-Hadad king of Aram seized Samaria. He was a greedy king and raised the cost of the food to where the people could not afford it and they were starving. They were so hungry that they were eating their children. The king of Israel was so upset when he learned this that he wanted to kill the prophet Elisha. Of course, God told Elisha this and Elisha went to the king of Israel and told him that the prices of food would drop considerably the next day, that the Lord has heard their cry. The king was arrogant and said that he was tired on waiting for the Lord (basically, he was tired of praying, tired of being patient, which the Lord has asked all of us to do during this virus). Elisha told him that it was so. An officer of the king mocked the Lord by saying that even if God opened the ‘flood gates of heaven’ it wouldn’t happen. Elisha rebuked the officer for mocking God by telling him that it will happen, but he wouldn’t get any of the food.

As God has schooled me, He can make us see and hear anything that He desires. And He did this to the Samarian army camped nearby. He made them hear enemy horses and chariots, so many that it scared them and they left without packing anything up, leaving behind food and everything. God led four sick men to discover this. They were starving and they noticed no one was around so they intended to steal for themselves, but God softened their hearts and had them go tell every one. Hence, the prophesy sent to Elisha came true.

Today: As I wrote in ‘Dawned Circumstance: An Additive of God’, He said to tell you that what’s coming is a huge test and that there is enough food and stuff for everyone and that it would be not a time for greed. He had me write that all stores and corporations were to give food and whatever was needed. This Scripture is reinforcing that writing.

By mocking God, which God and Jesus both wrote about in the last couple of writings BEFORE He led me to this scripture, those who are mocking God won’t fair well. He’s in charge. What is happening now, as God said ‘a given moment’ and Jesus today, a ‘forced surrender’…God said we were in a rapture. We haven’t yet felt the full extent of that. We will. In order for that to become, as many as possible have to get this virus in order for their cells to be fewer, to have less to fight with when what He says is coming, comes. We are watching God at work and none of you are paying enough attention.

Gehazi’s SinAfter Naaman had traveled some distance, Gehazi, the servant of Elisha the man of God, said to himself, ‘My master was too easy on Naaman, this Aramean, by not accepting from him what he brought. As surely as the Lord lives, I will run after him and get something from him.’ So Gehazi hurried after Naaman. When Naaman saw him running toward him, he got down from the chariot to meet him. ‘Is everything all right?’ he asked. ‘Everything is all right,’ Gehazi answered. ‘My master sent me to say, ‘Two young men from the company of the prophets have just come to me from the hill country of Ephraim. Please give them a talent of silver and two sets of clothing.” ‘By all means, take two talents,’ said Naaman. He urged Gehazi to accept them, and then tied up the two talents of silver in two bags, with two sets of clothing. He gave them to two of his servants, and they carried them ahead of Gehazi. When Gehazi came to the hill, he took the things from the servants and put them away in the house. He sent the men away and they left. Then he went in and stood before his master Elisha. ‘Where have you been, Gehazi?’ Elisha asked. ‘Your servant didn’t go anywhere,’ Gehazi answered. But Elisha said to him, ‘Was not my spirit with you when the man got down from his chariot to meet you? Is this the time to take money, or to accept clothes, olive groves, vineyards, flocks, herds, or menservants and maidservants? Naaman’s leprosy will cling to you and to your descendants forever.’ Then Gehazi went from Elisha’s presence and he was leprous, as white as snow.—2 Kings 5:19b-27

Second Siege of SamariaSome time later, Ben-Hadad king of Aram mobilized his entire army and marched up and laid siege to Samaria.—2 Kings 6:24 (Samaria)

Famine Brings SufferingThere was a great famine in the city; the siege lasted so long that a donkey’s head sold for eighty shekels of silver, and a quarter of a cab of seed pods for five shekels. As the king of Israel was passing by on the wall, a woman cried to him, ‘Help me, my lord the king!’ The king replied, ‘If the Lord does not help you, where can I get help for you? From the threshing floor? From the winepress?’ Then he asked her, ‘What’s the matter?’ She answered, ‘This woman said to me, ‘Give up your son so we may eat him today, and tomorrow we’ll eat my son.’ So we cooked my son and ate him. The next day I said to her, ‘Give up your son so we may eat him,’ but she had hidden him.’ When the king heard the woman’s words, he tore his robes. As he went along the wall, the people looked, and there, underneath, he had sackcloth on his body. He said, ‘May God deal with me, be it ever so severely, if the head of Elisha son of Shaphat remains on his shoulders today!’—2 Kings 6:25-31

Promise of PlentyNow Elisha was sitting in his house, and the elders were sitting with him. The king sent a messenger ahead, but before he arrived, Elisha said to the elders, ‘Don’t you see how this murderer is sending someone to cut off my head? Look, when the messenger comes, shut the door and hold it shut against him. Is not the sound of his master’s footsteps behind him?’ While he was still talking to them, the messenger came down to him. And the king said, ‘This disaster is from the Lord. Why should I wait for the Lord any longer?’ Elisha said, ‘Hear the word of the Lord. This is what the Lord says: About this time tomorrow, a seah of flour will sell for a shekel and two seahs of barley for a shekel at the gate of Samaria.’ The officer on whose arm the king was leaning said to the man of God, ‘Look, even if the Lord should open the floodgates of the heavens, could this happen?’ ‘You will see with your own eyes,’ answered Elisha, ‘but you will not eat any of it!’—2 Kings 6:32-7:2

Discovery By LepersNow there were four men with leprosy at the entrance of the city gate. They said to each other, ‘Why stay here until we die? If we say, ‘We’ll go into the city’―the famine is there, and we will die. And if we stay here, we will die. So let’s go over to the camp of the Arameans and surrender. If they spare us, we live; if they kill us, then we die.’ At dusk they got up and went to the camp of the Arameans. When they reached the edge of the camp, not a man was there, for the Lord had caused the Arameans to hear the sound of chariots and horses and a great army, so that they said to one another, ‘Look, the king of Israel has hired the Hittite and Egyptian kings to attack us!’ So they got up and fled in the dusk and abandoned their tents and their horses and donkeys. They left the camp as it was and ran for their lives. The men who had leprosy reached the edge of the camp and entered one of the tents. They ate and drank, and carried away silver, gold and clothes, and went off and hid them. They returned and entered another tent and took some things from it and hid them also.—2 Kings 7:3-8

Discovery ReportedThen they said to each other, ‘We’re not doing right. This is a day of good news and we are keeping it to ourselves. If we wait until daylight, punishment will overtake us. Let’s go at once and report this to the royal palace.’ So they went and called out to the city gatekeepers and told them, ‘We went into the Aramean camp and not a man was there—not a sound of anyone—only tethered horses and donkeys, and the tents left just as they were.’ The gatekeepers shouted the news, and it was reported within the palace.—2 Kings 7:9-11

Discovery ConfirmedThe king got up in the night and said to his officers, ‘I will tell you what the Arameans have done to us. They know we are starving; so they have left the camp to hide in the countryside, thinking, ‘They will surely come out, and then we will take them alive and get into the city.” One of his officers answered, ‘Have some men take five of the horses that are left in the city. Their plight will be like that of all the Israelites left here―yes, they will only be like all these Israelites who are doomed. So let us send them to find out what happened.’ So they selected two chariots with their horses, and the king sent them after the Aramean army. He commanded the drivers, ‘Go and find out what has happened.’ They followed them as far as the Jordan, and they found the whole road strewn with the clothing and equipment the Arameans had thrown away in their headlong flight. So the messengers returned and reported to the king. Then the people went out and plundered the camp of the Arameans. So a seah of flour sold for a shekel, and two seahs of barley sold for a shekel, as the Lord had said.—2 Kings 7:12-16

Prophecies FulfilledNow the king had put the officer on whose arm he leaned in charge of the gate, and the people trampled him in the gateway, and he died, just as the man of God had foretold when the king came down to his house. It happened as the man of God had said to the king: ‘About this time tomorrow, a seah of flour will sell for a shekel and two seahs of barley for a shekel at the gate of Samaria.’ The officer had said to the man of God, ‘Look, even if the Lord should open the floodgates of the heavens, could this happen?’ The man of God had replied, ‘You will see it with your own eyes, but you will not eat any of it!’ And that is exactly what happened to him, for the people trampled him in the gateway, and he died.—2 Kings 7:17-20

You can read all of the visions, dreams and words, as well as see all the images and see the time frame in which they were given by clicking on Message Index.

Author: k. e. leger

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