Tuesday, January 5, 2010

A Prophecy For This Millenium

From Father Sam's Files

As I started to read this prophecy, and continuing until now, I have been washed in a Godly anointing about this particular word from the Lord.  It was a prophecy for this newest millenium, and as I read it and re-read it, having the benefit of typing it out, it is clear to me that it is a call to God's people to prayer and silence to hear God daily. 

My dearest children, don't be afraid;
Give me the difficulties you face.
Cast all your burdens here upon me,
And I will show My healing Grace.

I have come to set a new fire among you.
Perhaps my plan is still not clear,
But I am transforming the hearts of many
In this great millennium year.

Fight the darkness that is all around you.
Trust in your God, your guiding Light.
Through my Spirit and your sacrifices
My Church will again be unified.

Pray, be silent that you may hear My Voice;
I will be giving you today
An abundant measure of My Love, My Power.
I have chosen you to prepare my way.

On the cross My Son redeemed you,
But so many have been failing.
You are exposed to this world's evil.
My human Race is sick and ailing.

Over and over I have spoken to you
About my vision and what I have planned.
Grow deeper and deeper in My Love
And walk with me daily hand in hand.

I am your Joy, your Hope, your Life.
If you have Me you have everything.
I am calling you to a new awakening.
Lift up my Son, your Lord and King.

My dearest children, turn to silence,
And obey the word I have given you today.
My Church is on the verge of a new springtime,
The dawning of a brand new day.
One time we are asked to Pray, and be silent, and one other time we are asked to turn to silence.  This seems to be to me the most important single aspect of this Prophecy, at least for me.  I guess, quite simply, how can I hear God speaking to me unless I am silent?

He comes in the gentle breeze, and if we are making noise ourselves He will not intrude on our noisiness usually, allowing us to choose the silence to be able to hear Him.

So, I attach a link to the British Province of Carmelite Friars writing on The Prayer of Silence.

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