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Bible Passages & Events

Mountains shall depart, and the hills be removed; but My kindness shall not depart from thee, neither shall the covenant
of My peace be removed (Is.54:10): I want you to become more sure of Me than you are of anything else. (I:142)
Yes, it may still look like the Devil is winning, but not for much longer. Those who discern the signs of the times can tell
that his days are numbered and the wicked shall be turned into hell and all the nations that forget God (Ps.9:17). It will come
to pass. (I:152)
In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you (1.Thes.5:18). It is the Fathers will that
you thank Me and keep a thankful attitude in everything and every situation, and not start complaining and murmuring
about it! (I:200)
Theres nothing you can do, no situation you can ever fall into, in which Romans 8:28 wont apply. (I:209)
The Serpent will spew out a great flood of lies after the Bride, and the Earth will swallow it (Rev.12:15), so be prepared! (I:213)
Make the verse happen that says, This is the day which the Lord hath made (Ps.118:24)! (I:239)
I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live:
That thou mayest love the Lord thy God, and that thou mayest obey His voice, and that thou mayest cleave unto Him: for
He is thy life, and the length of thy days (Deut.30:19,20) You are choosing between the ways of life and death right now, the
way of your own carnal mind, of the flesh, and the way of My Spirit. (I:255)
Its not the strong and mighty who will conquer the Earth in the end, but the meek shall inherit the Earth (Ps.37:11). (I:257)
A prophet is not without honor except in his own country: Jeremiah, Isaiah and all the prophets had a hard time in their
own land, and the only ones who enjoyed fame and power, like Daniel or Joseph, were those who were abroad.
Its one of the rewards of the fulfillment of My commandment to Go ye into all the World and preach the Gospel to every
creature... (Mk.16:15) (I:288)
Seek ye first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you (Mt.6:33)! If you
really put the affairs of My Kingdom first, youll see how all those physical matters are of secondary importance and
relevance. (I:289)
Were there not 400 prophets who foretold victory, and yet the one who prophesied the kings death was right?
Just like I purged Israel for 40 years in the wilderness and I had purged Moses, tending the herds of Jethro the Midianite for
40 years, so I also purge and purify and prepare the hearts of My people, My chosen and called-out ones. (I:297)
My Spirit is Love! What do you think healed the lame man at the temple gate? - Just an awesome manifestation of power to
impress the multitudes? No, My Spirit reached out and touched that man and healed him, made him walk, fulfilled his
wildest dream, which made him jump and praise with joy! That was love! (I:310)
Him that thinketh he standeth, let him take heed, lest he fall (1Cor.10:12).
As you think youve got it made, youre allowing the devil to prove to you that it aint so. (I:381)
Just like Elisha prayed for his servant to open his eyes so that he could see that more were with them that day, than with
the enemy, so you, whose spiritual ears and eyes are already more attuned to My heavenly realm, must pray for those who
can't see yet. (I:406)
When Daniel and his friends were brought to Nebuchadnezzar's court, they refused to eat the king's food. They only
wanted bread and water. Sometimes it's better to just stick to bread and water than all the stuff the System has to offer.
Just because the System has to offer it, doesn't mean that you should take it! You don't have to take every temptation the
devil hands you, do you? (I:408)
Usually people take whatever options sound best to them, as in the case with Abraham and Lot. Lot chose the valley, and
consequently got himself into trouble in Sodom. (I:431)
Remember Lot's wife!
Lot wasn't too happy about where he was heading: he didn't even know where, and wound up in a cave, eventually, with his
daughters. All he knew was that he was forsaking the pleasures and comforts of Sodom.
But he kept walking. So, don't turn back and freeze into a pillar of salt like his wife did! Lifeless, static, never to be used
again in the land of the living... (I:452)
In some situations you have to do something to help! It's like the story of the good Samaritan. How much of a good
Samaritan are you? (I:512)

The time I was clearly and even visibly with Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, was the time they were thrown into the
fiery furnace, so, know that I am with you always when you go through a fiery trial! (I:537)
You want to know why I allow poverty and why I allow poor health. "He filleth the hungry with goods, but the rich He hath
sent empty away" (Luk.1:53). "They that be whole need not a physician, but they that are sick" (Matth. 9:12). "For the Son of
man is come to save that which was lost" (Matth.18:12).
Sometimes the way I see things is the exact opposite of the way you see them. What you call a blessing, I call a curse many
times, and what you call a curse, I see as a blessing. "For My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways My
ways, saith the Lord. For as the Heavens are higher than the Earth, so are My ways higher than your ways, and My
thoughts than your thoughts" (Isaiah 55:8,9). (II:73)
People automatically tend to think that they would never be as dumb as Adam and Eve to allow themselves to fall for the
devil's lies, but that's already the first lie they swallowed right there: "Oh, I'm never gonna be that dumb!" Well, you might
have another surprise coming on that one, when you'll find out one day how often and how easily you fell for the devil's
fairy-tales! Adam and Eve will look like heroes to you then, by comparison! (II:76)
Don't be like those who didn't get into the boat with Noah because they were too busy with the usual affairs of life, their
courting and eating and drinking... (II:83)
When Esau came back hungry from the hunt, all he saw and cared about was the food that Jacob had prepared, and that's
all he wanted at that moment. He couldn't care less about his birthright at that moment and wouldn't waste a second
thought on it. But I want you to act thoughtfully. (II:90)
You don't want to come across as the needy one; you want it to be obvious that you've got something to give to them. But
that's not always how it works.
When I spoke to the woman at the well in Samaria, I seemed like I was the needy One. I didn't have a bucket - she did. But
when I shared with her of the spiritual water I had to give, she realized that it was true, that although I appeared to have
even less than she did, I had something much more and better to give to her than anything she had ever received...
And you know the rest of the story... how she got converted and was instrumental in reaching the rest of her town for Me.
So, My willingness to appear needy bore good fruit in the long run. I wasn't too proud to ask her for water - otherwise the
whole conversation never would have started. (II:98)
I have brought you to the Kingdom for a time such as this that you may learn to surrender to My plan, even when you can't
see its wisdom and perfection fully yet, to just say, "I take thee," even if you still see flaws and imperfections, like when
Hosea married the harlot Gomer. (II:105)
It sometimes happens that a person gets saved, but they don't let go completely of the spirits of their past. Like Naaman,
they want to keep their old gods in a corner of their lives to comfort them whenever they feel ill-treated by Me, when My
demands and expectations of them seem too hard for them to cope with. (II:109)
Some people have a wrong perception of what it meant when Peter said, "Speak as the oracles of God (1.Peter 4:11)!" They
figure that it means that whenever they open their mouths, people are supposed to listen and take it as if they were the
oracle of God and as if I was speaking directly through them. What it really means, is to make sure that it is I who am
speaking through you, and to only speak and open your mouth when spoken through, and not just voice any old opinion
based on carnal reasoning. (II:161)
As you know from the story of Job, it's usually your enemy who's responsible for, or involved with a lot of what happened.
(II:164)

"Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen (Heb.11:1)!" Don't just dismiss all that evidence,
or put it in a mental drawer of "less relevance!" (II:165)
Nothing is lost, really, nothing of all I allow is ever in vain, so actually, Solomon was wrong about that. It may be vain to
collect or strive for worldly possessions and riches or knowledge, but it's not to be understood as "So what's the use of it
all, anyway?" There is a use in it all, even in the sample of where that kind of thinking led Solomon, namely to stoop to the
dark side in search for ever more knowledge, experience and wisdom, and in the end, what he believed turned out to be
true for him: it was all in vain!
Can you see it now? - The purpose in it all? - The difference between Cain and Abel? The vanity and senselessness of the
striving for carnal perfection and of lack of trust in Me? (II:166)
Moses had to become a nobody for 40 years after having been quite an important somebody. (II:258)
Isa.26:3 - You can have the perfect peace of knowing that I'm with you every step of the way, in all you do, if you keep your
mind stayed and fixed on Me. (II:286)

When I called out Abraham and he went out not knowing whither he went, he did have the vision of that country that I
promised him. He had a vision, and he got the fulfillment of it. He didn't have a clue where it was going to be, but because
he followed Me step by step by faith, I finally gave it to him. (II:309)
Faithfulness - and obedience - in a little thing is a big thing. There is a lot to this matter of not taking things into your own
hands, but trusting Me instead: When Saul didn't wait for Samuel and disobeyed him in a seemingly little thing, he lost the
kingdom. When Moses took it upon himself to demonstrate his own wrath about the people's murmuring, he lost his entry
ticket for the Promised Land. Because Mary didn't insist on taking her fate into her own hands, but was yielded to God's
plan and let Him have His way with her no matter what, I was able to come into the world to save you all from your sins...
(II:317)

When the laden guests didn't appear to the wedding, the bridegroom in the parable sent out his servants to call in the poor,
the beggars and the lame, the despised of society!
If the rich and self-satisfied don't show up to your "party," cheer up, you're in good company: they didn't show up for Mine,
either! So, let's have a ball with the poor instead! (II:326)
My story is everywhere! There are those who decry astrology and astronomy, when My Word clearly says that "the heavens
declare the glory of God and the firmament showeth His handiwork... there is no speech nor language where their voice is
not heard..." (Ps.19:1,3).
That's why Paul was able to eat with the former pagans he had won to Me: Their customs were totally different from the
religious Jewish customs he had been brought up in. But because he had been a victim of extreme religious selfrighteousness and narrow-mindedness, he saw the liberty, the freedom, the liberation from the law that I had brought! It
took Paul to drive home that point to the church, and some still haven't got it! (II:332)
This is your ministry, to pull down, and to destroy, and to throw down, to build, and to plant (Jer.1:10). It didn't really sound
like "yeah, that's me" to Jeremiah, either, when I told him that I had set him over nations and kingdoms. You're a nobody, as
far as the world is concerned, and yet, upon you and the likes of you hinge entire fates of nations. (II:335)
The danger about feeding yourself the input from the media is that you're not content with what you've got anymore, you
don't appreciate it anymore. It's like the verse in James about one who sees his face in a mirror and forgets from then on
how he was made. He thinks he is actually that image he saw in the mirror. He thinks his flesh is all he is; all of a sudden
his spirit, his soul becomes irrelevant! And so it can happen if you focus too much on the physical and the flesh.
That's why John listed the lust of the eyes among those things that separate you from the Father, they separate you from
love, they separate you from the truth, because only the Spirit is the truth, the truthful, eternal picture of you or anyone
else, that which is beneath the temporal shell, that body, which is now here, but you look again, and it is withered. Don't fall
for those temporary illusions! (II:338)
"Whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God." (1.Cor.10:31)
If you do everything to My glory, there will be no regret. (II:356)
Listening to Me is an advantage, as shows the chapter in John about the two sisters of whom one did and the other got
offended about her not helping to serve Me and the disciples
Both deeds were good, but ultimately, listening to Me will turn out to be the better! Even if there appears to be less work
involved in it. As for Me: receptivity is a better surplus than being a diligent worker. Both capacities have their advantages
and purposes, but listening to Me will give you the ability to give others more of spiritual values, which you ought to know
by now I treasure more than the work most folks invest their time in, to enrich their physical existences (15:161)
Remember whos been given the power to rule the physical realm, and Who runs the Spiritual, and which of the two is there
to remain, not fade away, in spite of the fact that far less people believe in It than the majority! But its like the Scriptures in
Matthew: Wide is the gate, and broad is the way that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat. And
Strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it (Mt.7:13,14).
(15:164)

If Jonah was swallowed by the whale when he decided not to go to Nineveh to warn its folks of the impending punishment
for their sins, he was the one being punished first which shows that My folks do get the punishment for their sins first,
before the rest of the world gets judged for theirs. (2015:169)
Remember the tower of Babel? Well, these days folks are even much more into worshipping the works of their own hands.
(16:54)

Remember what Paul wrote: I can do all things through Christ, Who strengthens me (Phil.4:13) and cling to that!
If youre feeling like you cant make it, remember that I can make it through and for you!
And keep remembering that greater is He that is within you than he that is in and presently rules the world (1.John 4:4)! (16:62)
Dont be too disappointed by the fact that the easy times are over since about 7 years now and tend to get worse, but
see the preparation process in them for what was predicted long ago!

Remember the times of Joseph in Egypt: 7 good years, followed by 7 bad years, which, on the other hand, got him back in
touch with his family and brought the chosen people of back then there for some time, in order to make them reach their
destination eventually!
So, there are divine plans in whats going on down there, even if the divine side is a little hard to see when there are hard
times involved.
Joseph was a great example of how We can help and anoint folks to handle them.
True, there were even tougher times expecting the chosen ones and great-grandchildren of Abraham, but eventually they
brought them to the Promised Land, just as the hard times will make you rejoice in winding up at your true Home. (16:65)
Some of the prophets predicting doom werent as popular as the majority predicting good times up ahead, but you know
which of them were the true and false ones.
It was only a tiny minority of those who announced the troubles to come and they did, and its not a task or role connected
in any way to popularity. (16:74)
Some things cant just be blamed on your inabilities, when I promised you that you could do all things through Me. When
that offer and option, that faith is there, the question is: What will you do?
I know, the circumstances may tell you, But you cant! Youre too weak too old too whatever. But when youre
supposed to have the faith of Philippians 4:13, I can do all things through Christ, Who strengthens me, then youre also
supposed to live and act according to that faith! And not give as an excuse, But I cant because of this, that or the
other!
So, remember that you can do all things through Me, next time before the devil gives you the excuse, But you cant
because of this that, or the other! Amen?
Keep within you that faith and make it stronger that through Me you can do virtually anything. (16:77)
Remember faith, hope and love, those three spiritual values mentioned in Pauls first long letter to the Corinthians
(1.Cor.13:13) three spiritual values, much more important than any of the physical circumstances around you could ever
contribute to your welfare or well-being!
When the circumstances and conditions around you are letting you down, thats when faith, hope and love must come for
the rescue!
Faith and hope make it possible for you to be able to continue to love, which is the most important function, if thats
basically what the Fathers all about (1.Jn.4:8)!
If you pin your faith and hopes Up Here, maybe youll manage to come up with a little more love for the creatures
surrounding you.
Now abideth faith, hope and love if thats all youve got left, its all thats left over and abideth well, youve got to
make the best ofem!
Faith draws you closer to Me, giving you some hope in Something better thereafter and all in all, resulting in the final
capacity and ability to love the very Action and Substance the Father has been entitled by John, the only one of My
original twelve disciples who didnt have to die a martyrs death, although the Romans tried (16:88)
The fact that Samson lost his powers through the cutting of his hair shows that the Source of it was a spiritual one
The presence of John during My crucifixion, which proved that he wasnt too shaken by physical appearances and
conditions, resulted in the fact the he was the only one of My disciples not dying a martyrs death. So, can you see the
advantage of putting your faith in the Spirit instead of carnal and physical conditions and circumstances? (16:90)
Some forecasts change temporarily. Not that theyll never happen, but later than forecast, as with Jonah. Sometimes things
like attitudes and actions change for the better which will postpone the predicted judgments.
Jonah never got to see the fulfillment of his predictions during his earthly life. Maybe you wont either. - But what if? Better
to be prepared. Better safe than sorry! (16:94)
Remember My Sermon on the Mount in Matthew, where I counted some of those evil conditions expecting My followers
would be a sign of their blessings!
Its a fight to make it through the tough times but fight the good fight of faith (1.Tim.6:12)!
While the circumstances look gloomy and doomy, let Me help you overcome them through the Power of the Holy Spirit!
Thats how My early disciples made it gloriously through even their violent deaths at the hands of the Romans.
Remember how Sauls failure to wait for Samuel was the big mistake of his life, and unfortunately, many folks are plagued
by that vile enemy signature of impatience!
The food from Above is the best and most important. Remember that I called Myself the Bread of Life (Jn.6:35)! - The Bread
that will make your spirit grow. The part of you that lives forever. (16:97)