Here is a word the Father gave me this week. It is a prophetic parallel of the life of Samson and the Church, found in Judges 13-16.
“My People are blind, dumb (mute), and lame because they refuse to hear My warnings! I have called you to be the salt and light of the earth, but you refuse your position, and you reject your authority to execute My Word!
Your savor is gone, there is no taste but bitterness and the flavor of gall! You refuse Me and My prophets, you desire folly and foolish gain! What more shall I say to you? You refuse Me at the Gate. You neglect Me at the Altar. Where shall we meet and reason together? You’ve made My Temple a place of whoredoms, a place where you pursue pleasure rather than Me!
My voice will be heard by My Remnant and they will respond to their Shepherd! For I will manifest My Glory to those whom I have called by name! Wake up House of God! Arise My People of faith! For this is the hour that justice will be served! This is the day I will arise and survey the land, I know those who are Mine. For I have marked you, selected you and will reveal My plans to you!
For those who think I will delay My appearance, both in judgment and mercy, you have erred in your judgment of Me! For I am coming speedily, My reward is with Me! Whose report will you believe? Where will you stand as the shaking begins in your nation? You must choose this day!”
To hear the message and full commentary to this word, simply go to www.ignitedchurchlife.com and click on the Pastor’s sermon icon and the message, “The Church of Samson” is right there. If you prefer the video of this message, you can see it below. Be blessed!
Author: Pastor Benjamin Faircloth
Benjamin Faircloth is the President and Founder of World Outreach Ministries International and also the Pastor of Ignited Church in Lavonia GA. His wife Jennifer is also a Pastor at Ignited Church, which was birthed out of a desire to see the glory of God restored to the church and to help others discover their destiny in Christ! Benjamin has been in ministry since 1991.