‘California, learn from your east coast cousin, and your failings, run from the heart ache that comes, pursue the Saviour, know the One true love, for in Christ is your redemption, it is not found in another. The worlds will shake, quick, will you run to the Refuge of God?’ (From prophetic word May 15 2020)
As the fires burn across this state, and many prayers and human efforts are made to protect live, property, and the wildlife, the Lord calls us to intercede for its people, that they may run to Him, their hope and refuge. He weeps as the east and west states of this nation see the governments, elected by its people, who rail against Him, and seek their own hand of help and prosperity, with many doing what was right in his own eyes.
And yet their are faithful ones here who do not invite the fires of hell, and its wickedness, rather seek God and His glory. He calls us to join with them, and seek His sovereign hand of justice and mercy to move on the people and leaders of California, and New York, to turn from their ways back to the living Lord of life and hope. Putting aside idols of worship, dying to self, and seeking the will of Christ, California can receive the latter rain. For the Lord seeks unity in Him across the USA, and not division and strife, that will only bring war.
But first, repentance must come, because the Lord sees the heart, and darkness within invites darkest without. So may the Lord move in His grace on the people of California, giving them humble hearts of flesh, rather than stone, and turning their eyes to the Light of man, that brings life, away from the ways of darkness and selfish ambition. God hears the cries of the contrite spirits in this place, and He call to His people to stand in the gaps for the USA, and the states who seek division…because He is the God of redemption.
‘Seek the Lord while He may be found, call upon Him while He is near.
Let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts;
Let him return to the Lord, and He will have mercy on him; And to our God, for He will abundantly pardon.’ (Isaiah 55:6-7)