‘No Exchanges: Your Masks for Mine†’ God speaks

‘…you demanded the first time, but this demand I cannot meet.’…what the arrogance is saying to the king of the United States: ‘We listened the first wave. We aren’t going to listen during the second wave of this virus, hence, killing themselves.’

No Exchanges: Your Masks for Mine†
 
their arrogance
breathes life to fear and hate
they've stripped away
praying God's† way
instead they've built
more and more
things that tilt
replacing real
with the superficial
replacing truth
with the artificial
 
look! He† breathes life
stripping you from the arrogant
those who hear His† voice
messages sent
where ever you went
toilet paper and sanitizers
'wipe it all away
before it's too late'
 
the masks
have been in play
staring you in the face
 
over the lies
over the deceptions
lies a mask
of perfection
making all seem
honorable and clean
 
this here for the united states
God's† calling in your fate
sorry...way too late
with Him†
you have a date
 
you refused Him†
so He† refuses you
get ready for His†
lighted fuse
starting with the
white house muse
you'll soon know
what to do
 
take the veil
wrap it around your head
soon...you'll pray for dead
as you become
part of what's been fed
 
this is the Lord† calling
the one and only living God†
My† Son† is waiting
the sickles are drawn
lay down your pride
lay down your arrogance
your king denied Me†
so he shall pay
for all of you
 
take the veil
wrap him in a shroud
put the veil
over his face
bow your head
he will lead the dead
into My† judgment
 
soon you will know
it is I†, the Lord† almighty
you will understand
that I'm† alive and well
and My† Son† has come
through the prophet
 
the prophet has spoken
so shall it be done

(May 22)—I’m going to share with you how all this is playing out. You can take it as you want to. The Lord has been using my life for a long time as an example. He’s not done. He’s been showing me a lot about this virus and I’ve been posting about it on my personal Facebook page as well as writing about some of it on here. There are many writings I haven’t posted. So I prayed for my sign because this is so much more than what the public is being shown. What God is showing me is going against everything that people are talking about.

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‘The Adjunct’ (Jesus)

Jesus speaks.

 The Adjunct
 
it is written
time and time again
to be faithful
to listen to the words

of the Lord†
but pillage continues
false gods are still in place
My† people still misplaced

 
they wreaked My† lineage
they seized My† Father's† house
where, O where are you
gentle souls–
who rest in the Lord†
seek refuge in Me†
humble yourself before Me†
I will guide you
I will remove the fools

 
bow down and pray
mercy will be yours
come to Me† and seek
change your ways
violence is coming
He† is angered
His† hands are drawn

 
you can't fight His† wrath
you can't mellow His† anger
bow down, seek Me†
there are wondrous things

on earth
to keep it–
you must save it
all the gold and silver

won't do
it's inside you
the place of refuge
open your hearts
clear your minds

 
it's time to change
His† angered hand is coming
His† wrath will decide
–hold comfort in My† name
listen and hear
have glory in the Father†
for He† is the vessel
all who comes into Me†
will open to Him†

 
blessed is the kingdom
forever and ever
in the Lord's, Jesus the Christ†, name
humble and praise
with My† brothers and sisters
amen

(January 5, 2020)—The word adjunct means something added on, but not part of the whole; something added or connected to a larger or more important thing; an adjunct is a word, a phrase, or a clause that can be removed from a sentence without making the sentence grammatically wrong. An adjunct is usually an adverb used to modify a verb. When used as an adverb, an adjunct will usually indicate a time, a manner, a place, a frequency, a reason, or a degree.

I was directed to the Scripture concerning The Fall of Israel for the second time this week. After rereading it, the title ‘The Adjunct’ came. I wrote what I heard and later looked up the meaning of the word adjunct because frankly it threw me off…not to mention the whole piece, which I wrote what I heard as I always do. Only this time…it wasn’t my Father speaking or David. I wrote each word, each sentence as I heard it. I made no changes. My Brother is not the poet, but His words are eloquent…and this is Him!

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