The Rocks Will Cry
"Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before
the coming of the great and dreadful day of the Lord: and he shall turn the
heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to their
fathers, lest I come and smite the earth with a curse." (Malachi
One evening when in prayer in Toronto, the Lord spoke to me that I was to
pray for an Elijah remnant to be raised up in Toronto (and in other
cities), for if the Lord does not first come through a prophetic remnant to
turn the hearts of people (even most of the
Christian church) from disobedience to the understanding of
the righteous, then a greater outpouring of His Spirit will come
to these people as a curse (wrath) and not as
Beloved, if I'm hearing correctly (and scripture bares this out), God has a
plan to avert His wrath from a disobedient and rebellious people (even
most of the Christian church), and
that plan is to sound a loud and clear voice in the earth through an
Elijah company of holy, consecrated, and discerning saints;
they who have been shut up for a long
season with God Himself, away from the tainted and
warped teachings of apostate Christendom.
These are they who will "spread their garments before the Lord" in His Tabernacles
coming, beloved ones. They are "the friends of the bridegroom" who must
prepare the way of the Lord by "crying aloud and sparing not"
- empowered by the spirit of Elijah. For if
these anointed disciples of the Lord do not cry out,
friends, THE ROCKS WILL CRY OUT!! (which speaks of wrath
in the great and dreadful day of the Lord; which speaks of the land being
"smitten with a curse").
In the day of Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem, the
Pharisees tried to shut up the disciples who were preparing the Lord's way.
The Pharisees said to Jesus "Teacher, rebuke Your
disciples," but the Lord said to them, "I tell you, if these become silent,
the rocks will cry out!"
of scripture ties in with the passage of scripture quoted above, friends
(Malachi 4:5-6). Ask the Lord if these things be so. -- D