On the morning of February 11, 2016, I had completed reading the book of Daniel and was spending a quiet moment with the Lord. Then He gave me an interpretation to my daughter’s Jade Helm dream, which I had been praying about for four days.
After having received this interpretation, I thanked the Lord and went back into prayer asking Him for a Scripture. Jeremiah 2 came to my mind, so I read it. After considering its’ message, I went to the Lord and asked Him if this was about America.
The Holy Spirit instructed me, “Write child”:
“Today I reveal to you My long suffering for your rebellious nation, America. Woe to her! She is a disgrace. She is covered in blood — blood of innocence. I abhor her. I look upon her with utter disgrace. For My people who are called by My Name have led the world astray in her filth. She is dirty.
As I speak to Israel, so I speak to America. As you have given yourself over to every lustful desire, so too I have given you over to every nation who abhors you. You are a disgrace to Me. Go and say, I the Lord God will not strive with you much longer. You, nation who are called by My Name, woe to you sinners!
Come out of her My people, be reconciled to Me. I long for you as a Bridegroom for His bride. I AM come. I the Lord God, King of kings, Lord of lords have spoken. Be reconciled.”
This is a very tough word to have received and to share. I had been praying about this message along with other messages I have just begun to receive in this new journey with the Lord since the fall of 2015. It is only as of May 10, 2016 that the Lord has instructed me,
“Tell My people. Warn them what I’ve told you. Obey and you will be rewarded.”
Now that He has released me to, “Go! Speak forth, gain ground. Tell My people, it is your time,” I have been given His permission to release what has been entrusted to me. It is very important to me in my relationship with our Lord to honor Him by seeking Him first.
As I further began to study Jeremiah 2 (Israel Forsakes God) through commentaries, it became more clear to me how America in her current state is similar to Israel in Jeremiah’s time.
Before the Lord punishes sinners, He pleads with them, to bring them to repentance. Israel became enslaved to their sins and lost their liberty
“Is Israel a slave? Or is he a homeborn servant? Why has he become a prey? (Jeremiah 2:14)
America has taken her liberty for sinning. In her liberty, she has given herself over to every lust and murder of innocent life. Cleaving to sin is leaving God. Therefore, we should repent and be reconciled to God. Even the priests, leaders and prophets in Israel did not serve the Lord or the people by seeking Him, instead they partook in sin.
“The priests did not say, ‘Where is the Lord?’ And those who handle the law did not know Me; the rulers also transgressed against Me, and the prophets prophesied by Baal and walked after things that did not profit. (Jeremiah 2:8)
The Lord asked Israel to observe closely the other nations who they imitated in their idolatry and showed them the other nations were more faithful to their gods (who were not gods at all) than His people who had exchanged their Glory, their God Who blessed them immeasurably, for worthless idols (verses 10-12).
10 “For cross to the coastlands of Kittim and see, and send to Kedar and observe closely and see if there has been such a thing as this!
11 “Has a nation changed gods when they were not gods? But My people have changed their glory for that which does not profit.
12 “Be appalled, O heavens, at this, and shudder, be very desolate,” declares the Lord. (Jeremiah 2:10-12)
Israel forsook God (verses 13,17). America has forsaken God.
God said to me, “She is dirty. She has led the world astray in her filth.”
“Although you wash yourself with lye and use much soap, the stain of your iniquity is before Me,” declares the Lord God. (Jeremiah 2:22)
God speaks to Israel about her unfaithfulness to Him, through idolatry in pursing foreign gods, defiling herself as a prostitute (verses 20-25).
“See how you behaved in the valley; consider what you have done”. (Jeremiah 2:23)
This is in reference to a place of idolatry worship to Baal and Molech, sacrificing their sons and daughters (shedding of innocent blood), which the Lord God did not command nor did it enter into His mind (Jeremiah 19:5).
In Israel’s trouble, she would turn to the Lord, but not out of true repentance. Instead, it was only out of desire to escape trouble. So, the Lord God allowed correction to punish His people to test if they would return to Him in difficulty, but this was in vain (verses 27-30).
27 Who say to a tree, ‘You are my father,’ and to a stone, ‘You gave me birth. ’
For they have turned their back to Me, and not their face; but in the time of their trouble they will say, ‘Arise and save us.’
28 “But where are your gods, which you made for yourself? Let them arise, if they can save you in the time of your trouble; for according to the number of your cities are your gods, O Judah.
29 “Why do you contend with Me? You have all transgressed against Me,” declares the Lord.
30 “ In vain I have struck your sons; they accepted no chastening. Your sword has devoured your prophets like a destroying lion. (Jeremiah 2:27-30)
Instead, the people rejected Him and murdered the prophets who were God’s greatest blessings sent to them. God’s people were prideful and wouldn’t humble themselves before Him.
Though Israel was God’s own people, in covenant with Him and professing relation to Him, they forgot Him.
“Can a virgin forget her ornaments, or a bride her attire? Yet My people have forgotten Me days without number. (Jeremiah 2:32)
God showed Israel what a bad influence her sins had upon others.
33 “How well you prepare your way to seek love! Therefore even the wicked women you have taught your ways.
34 “Also on your skirts is found the lifeblood of the innocent poor; you did not find them breaking in. (Jeremiah 2:33-34)
The sins of God’s professing people, Israel, encouraged those about them in their evil ways. Despite Israel’s sin nature, she felt entitled to God’s divine mercy.
“But in spite of all these things, yet you said, ‘I am innocent; surely His anger is turned away from me.’ Behold, I will enter into judgment with you because you say, ‘I have not sinned.” (Jeremiah 2:35)
As Israel provoked God to anger, and without national repentance, God gave her into the hands of her enemies. She fell out of the protection of God.
36 “Why do you go around so much changing your way? Also, you will be put to shame by Egypt as you were put to shame by Assyria.
37 “From this place also you will go out with your hands on your head; for the Lord has rejected those in whom you trust, and you will not prosper with them. (Jeremiah 2:36-37)
Woe to America!
Let us remember what God told Israel through Jeremiah, “But I will pass judgment on you because you say, ‘I have not sinned.’” (Jeremiah 2:35)
Author: Christina January
Christina January is a wife and stay-at-home mother of three children. She began receiving spiritual dreams at age 3-5 years and gave her life to Jesus Christ when she was 18 years old.
Her husband and children are living testimonies to prayer and faith in God. Their lives are daily reminders of God’s goodness and grace. Her first answer to prayer was meeting her husband at age 18 years followed by answers to prayer for the birth of each of her children. She received a dream that she would have a daughter and saw her appearance before she became pregnant. With her second daughter, she was sitting in church one evening when the Holy Spirit nudged her right shoulder to pray with an elder to have a child. With her son, she received a vision of his appearance and three prophetic dreams before he was born.
In the fall of 2015, a new journey began in her walk with the Lord as she began receiving prophetic warnings through the Holy Spirit Who instructed her, “Take a pen child and write”. So she started writing what she was told to write and sharing it with others.
I will extol the LORD at all times; His praise will always be on my lips (Psalm 34:1).”
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