The outline of the earth’s circular sphere was barely visible to the eye because of extreme darkness upon the earth; regardless, I saw a very faint distinction between its outline and the vast universe that surrounds earth. As I contemplated earth, I was very aware that it is one planet of many others that the Creator, Yahweh, has anchored in place.
Darkness covered the earth, removing the beauty we have become accustomed to when viewing it through satellite images. Unaware of the reason for its darkness, concern for those living in such darkness found me standing in the midst of a society never seen before in my lifetime.
A peculiar event captured my attention – light within only a few. While darkness engulfed earth, there were some, not many, who radiated light and peace. Undeniable confirmation of Isaiah 60:1-2 flooded my mind as I witnessed the manifestation of this scripture in those that were near me. There were just a few who were filled with the light of the life of Jesus.
Arise, shine; For your light has come! And the glory of the Lord is risen upon you. For behold, the darkness shall cover the earth, And deep darkness the people; But the Lord will arise over you, and His glory will be seen upon you. (Isaiah 60:1-2 – NKJV)
Author: Ivette Ellis
Ivette, also known as Eve, is a prophetic scribe and author. In her role as a prophetic psalmist since 2005, and now as an aspiring harpist, she, like Elisha, hear’s “But now, bring me a harpist. And while the harpist played, the hand of the Lord came upon Elisha.” (2 Kings 3:15) Her website, songbirdscribe.com, is a place of healing and a resource for all who are seeking Jehovah God’s peace. She holds a Bachelor of Ministry degree from Safe Harbor Institute located in Georgia, and a Master of Social Work degree from The University of Alabama. Having overcome chronic grief, her book, Whisper to Us: Hope for Change and Recovery, is a resource for all who desire emotional and spiritual healing.
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