Dearly beloved in Christ,
On Oct 23, 2018, I recorded some things in my diary that I felt the Lord was impressing upon my spirit as I meditated on some scriptures. I have prayed over these words and what they might mean, and I have vacillated between sharing them and not sharing them, because I only see dimly, and I only know in part and prophesy in part. But every day I choose not to share, the words “A day of trouble approaches” keep popping up in my head and unsettle me. Therefore, I choose to humbly submit this word before you all that you may prayerfully judge it.
A day of trouble approaches. Be sure of your refuge. Be sure of your salvation.
Hell snarls like dogs. It scavenges for food. And death…it growls. It is never satisfied. Both are out hunting for souls. Beware. A day of trouble approaches. Again I tell you: Be sure of your refuge; be sure of your salvation. In that day of trouble, there’ll be no refuge except for Me.
I am faithful, and I am unto everlasting. My love never fails, and My mercies are new every morning. Cling onto Me, for in that day of trouble, I will not forsake you.
Beware, My beloveds! A day of trouble approaches. Beware! Again I tell you: Beware! A day of trouble approaches. They snarl like dogs, hunting for souls to devour. They growl like the grave, for the grave is never satisfied. Make your salvation sure and your refuge certain, for a day of trouble approaches. Beware!
I believe I see in the modern-day United States and its current president, Donald Trump, patterns, even a shadow, if you will, of the world to come (i.e., the world in the last days under the son of perdition, before the glorious return of the one Anointed One, the Lamb of God, the Lion of Judah) and the son of perdition, respectively. Patterns are similarities, not the same as the real thing. And a shadow is also an adumbration, not the real thing. Do you see what I see, brethren?
I believe the word I received is for the whole world, yet I also believe that I see its patterns and a shadow of it in the caravan of people streaming to the United States right now. Here is what I see:
It surely seems like trouble.
Hell—an abode of wickedness, lawlessness, and evil—is compared to dogs snarling and scavenging for food, a basic need. So it is not just a single dog, but many. One doesn’t scavenge when one is well taken care of and well fed. Scavenging is an act of desperation. It appears therefore that the day of trouble approaching is a picture of many scavenging for basic needs. In the context of this caravan of people, the many are not Hell, and they are not Death either. But Hell is riding upon them, perhaps utilizing the many as a vehicle, and Death is accompanying Hell, perhaps because it knows that where wickedness, lawlessness, and evil abound, there is also ample opportunity for it to feast on much flesh. Death and Hell are never satisfied, so also the many are not going to be satisfied, or perhaps more correctly, the United States will not be able to satisfy them.
This caravan of people is coming to the United States as many scavenging for their basic needs, and Death and Hell are riding upon them to scavenge for their needs—souls. It does not matter to these two whether those souls come from this caravan of people or from the citizens and legal residents of the United States.
And this day of trouble seems to be a foreshadow of things to come for the whole world—perhaps a sudden appearance of many other-worldly entities who do not belong to this world but feel compelled to come anyway to scavenge from those who rightly belong to this world for their “basic” needs, which may look like a massive humanitarian crisis but will actually be a mask for death and hell riding upon them?
Therefore, I believe the Lord is sounding out an alarm to all—not just those in the United States—to make their refuge certain (prepare physically) and their salvation sure (prepare spiritually), while also declaring that He alone can meet these needs. Do you see what I see, brethren?
Author: Sujit Thomas
Sujit was working in Chennai in late 2015 when the Lord began to nudge him to draw closer to Him. That was the beginning of a major spiritual transformation in his life, and he has not looked back since. As someone who has experienced God’s undeserving love, grace, and mercy personally, Sujit would like people to know that the Lord has no pleasure in the death of the unrighteous, but would rather see them repent and live.
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