Grandma on scribes…

Grandma on Scribes

The Lord gave me a word and vision to tell me what He wanted. I knew it was Him, and knew a little of what He meant. But, when I was reading on Sandy Warner’s new board that her mother is a prophetic scribe by calling, I felt it to be good with the Lord to ask some questions for further understanding.

Below are the emails that Sandy’s mother and I wrote back and forth, edited just a bit for forum posting of instruction.
I know there are others who are called to be ‘prophetic scribes’ and I pray that this will help you to better understand also.

God be praised in all things.

This post is from back in 2004

Grandma Anna,

I am seeking a fuller understanding concerning my call. If you will indulge me, I will post what I received from the Lord a couple of weeks ago.

In the Spirit, I saw a man standing front of me holding a thick book about 3/4 of the way open.
He was dressed in a white robe (like a bishop, or Presbyterian minister would wear).
As he read it was revealed to me that he was reading:

Jer 12:5 If thou hast run with the footmen, and they have wearied thee, then how canst thou contend with horses? and if in the land of peace, wherein thou trustedst, they wearied thee, then how wilt thou do in the swelling of Jordan?
Jer 12:6 For even thy brethren, and the house of thy father, even they have dealt treacherously with thee; yea, they have called a multitude after thee: believe them not, though they speak fair words unto thee

Next scene:

I saw two swords swooshing through the air. One of the swords was just off of hot coal and still glowed red at the tip.
I heard, “The one from the fire is revelation.”
I then saw the sword be wiped down with a soft cloth, and near the handle, I could see the word “Eagle” being spray painted on it.

The other sword was also wiped with a cloth and along the edge, a black marker was used to draw a line just above the bottom cutting edge. I understood this sword to be “Logos.”

Then I saw the outer edge of the earth’s atmosphere glowing as a ring of fire.
I heard, “That is the home of the flaming sword.” Continue reading

Cindy Jocobs: Bearing Other’s Sickness

Possessing the Gates of the Enemy
Cindy Jacobs
Bearing Other’s Sicknesses
Over the past years we have received a number of sad reports from pray-ers across America. One of the saddest involved an intercessory prayer group leader who had become sick. As she prayed she felt that this sickness was not hers but that she was bearing it for another friend. She said openly that this sickness could not touch her because it was not real and was only something she was carrying for the weaker person. As time went on, however, she got sicker and sicker. When finally she went to the doctor, she learned that she had an advanced case of diabetes. She was in such serious condition that the doctor could do nothing for her, and she died. This woman took on false burden-bearing and stepped into an area of presumption and deception that killed her.
In studying about this problem I reread a section in Norman Grubbs’ book on Rees Howells that shed some light as to where the idea that intercessors should actually take on another’s sickness might have developed. I share this not to attack a man whom I consider personally to be one of the greatest intercessors who ever lived but to make the point that although Rees Howells was a pioneer in the area of intercession, his explanation in writing might not convey exactly what the Lord meant when He spoke to him about “identification.”
Mr. Howells had already known something of the groanings of the Spirit in him for the needy and afflicted. . .. But what would it mean to intercede for a consumptive? As an intercessor, he must enter into the sufferings and take the place of the one prayed for. He knew that a bed- ridden consumptive could have no normal home life, was confined to one room, and was cut off from everything that once comprised the interests and pleasures of life. So during this time of “abiding” the Holy Spirit went much deeper in identifying him with the suffering of others. And as he did so, it was not just this one woman, but the consumptives and sufferers of the world whose burden came upon him.

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Heart Issues

I feel like it’s time to share a little bit about my health issue last October, 2019. It’s been a year almost, and I’m doing fine. And I owe everything to the Lord for saving my life.

In 2017, I started having bad cases of indigestion. It was like chest pains, but if I took the right medication the pain went away. I identified the cause of the indigestion as being how much and when I ate. I begin standing for my healing in March 2018.

There was one time when my chest was bothering me so bad that I almost called an ambulance… But I didn’t and the pain left and I was fine. I went to work the next day just fine.

By 2019, The chest pains that I was calling indigestion were coming more often. I would pray, put things into the Lords hands, and go on as soon as I could. Sometimes the pain would bend me over double. But I could always tell, by the presence of God, that he was taking the pain away. Sometimes during prayer, the pain would lift off of me like a fog or a mist was lifting. I was always so encouraged by that. Continue reading

Never To Old… Consider George Mueller

You’re Never Too Old. Consider …
George Muller

“In 1834 (when he was 28) he founded The Scripture Knowledge Institute for Home and Abroad, because he was disillusioned with the post-millennialism, the liberalism, and the worldly strategies (like going into debt) of existing mission organizations. Five branches of this Institute developed: 1) Schools for children and adults to teach Bible knowledge, 2) Bible distribution, 3) missionary support, 4) tract and book distribution, and 5) “to board, clothe and Scripturally educate destitute children who have lost both parents by death.” Continue reading

Peter Tan: Touch not His Anointed

The anointing that God places on His vessels is so holy that God warned
others against touching His anointed ones (1 Chronicles 16:22). God takes
no pleasure in those who disrespect His anointing upon His vessels. Miriam
learnt it the hard way (Numbers 12:1-10). It is one sure way of making God angry.

God watches closely over His servants because of His vested interest upon them – the anointing of the Holy Spirit, a most precious substance and holy
heavenly commodity.

Peter Tan