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From The Prophet:

 I feel led by the Spirit to write to and give you a little insight into why we are on the net as well as some private details about my own calling and the message God has given to me.


Our prime objective….. no, that’s incorrect.  The only reason we are on the internet doing what we are doing is because our master, Jesus, commanded that we do so.  In the word of God ,Jesus said:


“My meat is to do the will of him that sent me, and finish his work.

Say not ye, There are yet four months, and then cometh harvest? Behold, I say unto you, Lift up your eyes, and look on the fields; for they are white already to harvest.

And he that reapeth receiveth wages, and gathereth fruit unto life eternal that both he that soweth and he that reapeth may rejoice together.

And herein is that saying true, One soweth and another reapeth.

I sent you to reap that whereon ye bestowed no labour: other men laboured, and ye are entered into their labours.”  John 4: 34-38


          That is our commandment and sole reason we are doing what we do.  We agree that the saving of souls is the order of the day. Here is the difference! In accomplishing that directive, God has given this prophet a message that has not included the text of John. The message of the Spirit is and always has been a progressive truth which is why Jesus ordered believers in John to continue in his word.  Continuing in his word would identify them as his disciples, "indeed." The attached promise is “and ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free.


          I never looked for a rapture message. I believed that Jesus would return for his church one day and that was fine with me.  When God first revealed this section of his word to me in 1994 I was astonished! Once the Spirit revealed the day, I thought that was the complete message.  Was I ever wrong! Since that year, the Spirit of Jesus has been adding to the message, "precept upon precept, line upon line, here a little, there a little."  The Spirit told me that he would say more to the church in these last days than he has spoken during the entire church age. I believed the Spirit as I always do but found such a statement to be astronomical in scope. Yet, true to his word, he has done just that and has continually blown us away as he has progressively led us into more and more truth. I once or twice attempted to recap a year of revelations and was unable to do so because the number was incredible. Our assembly was formed in the word and the word of God has been our focus since we first began gathering together in 1988.  Most of the members make a drive averaging 100 miles round trip and they very seldom miss. The attendance at the mid week bible study is the same as the morning gathering.  I am not the speaker, God is and he has a whole lot to say. I was quoting the passage one regarding where two or three are gathered together in his name that he would be in the midst thereof. At that moment the Spirit spoke in my ear with a question. The question was “doing what?” As always when the Spirit asks a question during the message I do not have any idea of the answer, it is always a question that I never remotely considered. Fortunately, he never leaves me looking or feeling dumb very long.  He always immediately gives the answer.  The answer to that question was “Speaking”. The Holy Ghost has done that an innumerable number of times. I have received messages from the Lord and experienced Him changing the message as I stood speaking. I have learned not to write a subject on the board because the Lord constantly changes what I thought I was going to speak about.  I have gone so far as to quit taking my notes into the pulpit. In my early days, I would be prepared to the final note, only to have the live Speaker preempt something he had previously given to me at home.  The service is live and unrehearsed and the Lord runs it. This has been and continues to be the most exciting experience of my life!  And why shouldn't it be?  The gospels are full of remarks of those who heard Jesus speak and they were mesmerized by his word.  That same Jesus is still speaking to his church and he is still dazzling us with his eloquence!


          I have been hearing God’s voice and preaching and teaching what he has spoken all of my life.  If that had not been my experience in the past, this message and the response to it would have caused me to quit.  The lot of a true prophet is not being believed.  That is the first response.  The second response of the unbelieving audience is to murder the prophet.  Prophets throughout history have had the highest mortality rate of any known profession.  Jesus labored in a field of unbelief and outright rejection by spiritual leaders of Judaism.  Those same leaders eventually engineered his death.  Jeremiah was given a prophecy about the captivity by Babylon.  It was so late in being fulfilled and he received so much hate from the message that he decided to quit preaching the message.  Check him out!


“O LORD, thou hast deceived me, and I was deceived: thou are stronger than I, and hast prevailed: I am in derision daily, every one mocketh me. 

For since I spake, I cried out, I cried violence and spoil because the word of the LORD was made a reproach unto me, and a derision, daily.

Then I said, I will not make mention of him, nor speak any more in his name. But his word was in mine heart as a burning fire shut up in my bones, and I was weary with forbearing, and I could not stay."  Jer. 20:7-9


I feel like I know that man personally and not only him but many other prophets as well. God introduced me to them before he made known to me my calling.  I don’t go by the title ‘prophet’ because the church can’t handle that.The enemy has seduced the church into believing that prophets do not exist today.  How many do you know? 


          I have not left the mission of saving souls.  In fact, the Holy Ghost has made it very clear to me that this message he is currently revealing will ultimately produce the greatest revival in the church’s history and it will come at the end of the Church Age.  The Church waited ten days before it was born on the day of Pentecost. It will undergo another, defined, ten day wait before it leaves this earth with the final Day resulting in the salvation of millions. I think it would be wise just to let the Spirit have his way and deliver his message and accomplish His will which is saving souls.


One last note before I close. There is a short verse in I Thess. that says, “Quench not the Spirit.  The following verse tells us exactly what is quenching the Spirit. “Despise not prophesyings."  God is speaking through some called prophets and their message has been and will be met with despise.  God’s message always has and always will cut across the grain of ingrained beliefs. What are we to do with a prophet like me who claims to have a message from God about the time of and events surrounding the rapture; a message straight from the words of Jesus and the apostles?


 “Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.”  You cannot expose the message of a false prophet with a list of yes and no questions. Jesus fielded all of the questions of his day and yet they still didn't believe.  I am under no obligation to answer any questions but, as a defender of the truth and by the commandment of the Word I am commanded to take the scriptures God gave in the revelation of this message and prove them to be true or false. The exercise does not allow the introduction or insertion of other passages which some feel are contradictory but involves examining whether or not the scriptures given to me are rightly divided and correctly interpreted. 


I have a great task to finish with a short time to do so which is why you won’t find me in conversations on this page. Those who have been taught by me are fully capable of addressing any questions. Pray that we all continue in the Word and come to the knowledge of the Truth! God bless all who love his appearing!

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