I was recently prompted by the Holy Spirit to review some of my journals from several years ago. While doing so, I ran across something I had written in 2007 by the unction of the Holy Spirit.
For Farmers, I hear the Lord saying do not destroy your crop. Store it up, as much as you can and as much as will last a significant time. For what used to be plentiful will be in lack. My people will need your produce. The word is for all farmers’ even those who garden in their own yards. Store up your produce. Throw away little or nothing.
Because of the breakdown in the supply chain as a result of Covid-19, we are now reading and hearing about crops and millions of farm animals being destroyed because they can’t get them to market. Dairy milk is also being dumped.
The word I was given in 2007 is now coming to pass. I believe The Most High has been trying to get new inventions, and strategy in this area for some time but few are listening. I am hearing that this is the beginning of tearing down so that processes can be built up according to Kingdom strategies.
Unfortunately, we will be experiencing an increase in food prices especially meats in the United States. Other parts of the world will experience famine. My heart cries out for the hungry! We need Kingdom wisdom and strategies in all sectors to come forth. This is my prayer.
Author: S. Renee Felder
S. Renee Felder has been walking with the Lord for almost 30 years and has over 30 years’ experience as a professional tax accountant and over 20 years as a financial accountant. She has also taught accounting and finance to undergraduate and MBA students. She often receives prophetic insights into financial markets. She has written a book which can be found on Amazon titled ‘The Bridge, Moving from Increasing Chaos to Future Peace’ which is about a revelation the Lord gave her showing how bank failures will be one of the catalysts for the collapse of the U.S. and global economies. Strategies on how to prepare for what is coming are also included.
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