Listening in lockdown - some prophetic words for All Nations 7
During the last few weeks there has been an increase in the number and clarity of prophetic words, dreams and visions coming out of times of prayer - “prayer hub at home!”
Dishi recently shared:
All day I have seen in a vision a woman sitting on the floor wailing, crying and throwing dust over her face and hitting herself in her grief.
She has lost everything in this season, her marriage, her dignity, her children have become prodigals.
She's suffered from adulterous behaviour, domestic violence, aggressive words have been spoken.
She laments with much pain over her marriage and family
But I hear the Lord say, “Remind my daughters I have heard their cries, recognising their condition of sin and seeking forgiveness.
Just like Hosea forgave Gomer I will bring restoration where there is true repentance.
“So now I am going to draw her back to me.
I will lead her into the desert.
There I will speak tenderly to her.
I will give her back her vineyards.
I will make the Valley of Achor a door of hope for her.
Then she will love me, as she did when she was young.
She will love me just as she did
when she came up out of Egypt.
“A new day is coming,” announces the Lord.
“Israel will call me ‘my husband.’
She will no longer call me ‘my master.’
She will no longer speak about the gods
that are named Baal.
She will not pray to them for help anymore.
At that time I will make a covenant
for the good of my people.
I will make it with the wild animals
and the birds in the sky.
It will also be made with the creatures
that move along the ground.
I will remove bows and swords
and other weapons of war from the land.
Then my people can lie down in safety.
I will make Israel my own.
She will belong to me forever.
I will do to her what is right and fair.
I will love her tenderly.
I will be faithful to her.
And she will recognise me as the Lord.
“So at that time I will answer her,”
announces the Lord.
“I will command the skies
to send rain on the earth.
Then the earth will produce grain, olive oil and fresh wine.
And Israel will be called Jezreel.
That’s because I will answer her prayers.
I will plant her in the land for myself.
I will show my love to the one I called Not My Loved One.
I will say, ‘You are my people’
to those who were called Not My People.
And they will say, ‘You are my God.’ ”
Catherine writes in response:
I think this woman could be symbolic of the wretchedness in our U.K. society that comes from living in independence from God. So many broken relationships. There is so much heartbreak and isolation. This is a call to us as God’s people to care.
Paul, “….They asked only one thing. They wanted us to continue to remember poor people. That was what I had wanted to do all along.”