His face was concealed from us.

Recently my mom and I signed up to pray for President Trump. I had been hoping, that if we had enough prayers going up for the president and the nation, the Heavenly Father would have mercy in judgment and leave behind a blessing.

12 “Yet even now,” declares the LORD, “Return to Me with all your heart, and with fasting, weeping and mourning;
13 And rend your heart and not your garments ” Now return to the LORD your God, for He is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger, abounding in lovingkindness and relenting of evil.
14 Who knows whether He will not turn and relent and leave a blessing behind Him, even a grain offering and a drink offering for the LORD your God? (Joel 2:12-14)

Then while my husband and I were in the car, I fell asleep and had a brief dream. I saw all of us. There was an entire church congregation and full of others I did not know. In the lobby of the church was an entertainment center, but we the people, were praying!

I saw all of us in the church and I knew so many were praying, but we were all still sinning! We prayed at church, but ignored that we were sinning presently and the night before. We thought our sins were little and didn’t matter, so we didn’t turn from them as a church, or we thought no one saw us! I saw we were all still gossiping, lying and getting drunk, going out to bars, and parties. We thought it didn’t apply to us. We did not turn from our sinful ways. We thought the Lord would hear us, but because of our unrepentant sins, His face was concealed from us. (see Isaiah 59:2)

Right as I woke up, I knew our unrepentant sins were keeping our prayers from having any effect!

If we truly repent, and turn from those things, and pray, He will heal our land. (2 Chronicles 7:14)

Scripture References:

8 If we say that we have no sin, we are deceiving ourselves and the truth is not in us.
9 If we confess our sins, He is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.
10 If we say that we have not sinned, we make Him a liar and His word is not in us. (1 John 1:8-10)

1 Truly, the Lord’s hand has not become short, so that he is unable to give salvation; and his ear is not shut from hearing:
2 But your sins have come between you and your God, and by your evil doings his face has been veiled from you, so that he will give you no answer.
3 For your hands are unclean with blood, and your fingers with sin; your lips have said false things, and your tongue gives out deceit.
4 No one puts forward an upright cause, or gives a true decision: their hope is in deceit, and their words are false; they are with child with sin, and give birth to evil.
5 They give birth to snake’s eggs, and make spider’s threads: whoever takes their eggs for food comes to his death, and the egg which is crushed becomes a poison-snake.
6 Their twisted threads will not make clothing, and their works will give them nothing for covering themselves: their works are works of sin, and violent acts are in their hands.
7 Their feet go quickly to evil, and they take delight in the death of the upright; their thoughts are thoughts of sin; wasting and destruction are in their ways.
8 They have no knowledge of the way of peace, and there is no sense of what is right in their behavior: they have made for themselves ways which are not straight; whoever goes in them has no knowledge of peace.
9 For this cause our right is far from us, and righteousness does not overtake us: we are looking for light, but there is only the dark; for the shining of the sun, but our way is in the night.
10 We go on our way, like blind men feeling for the wall, even like those who have no eyes: we are running against things in daylight as if it was evening; our place is in the dark like dead men.
11 We make noises of grief, like bears, and sad sounds like doves: we are looking for our right, but it is not there; for salvation, but it is far from us.
12 For our evil doings are increased before you, and our sins give witness against us: for our evil doings are with us, and we have knowledge of our sins:
13 We have gone against the Lord, and been false to him, turning away from our God, our words have been uncontrolled, and in our hearts are thoughts of deceit.
14 And the right is turned back, and righteousness is far away: for good faith is not to be seen in the public places, and upright behavior may not come into the town.
15 Yes, faith is gone; and he whose heart is turned from evil comes into the power of the cruel: and the Lord saw it, and he was angry that there was no one to take up their cause.
16 And he saw that there was no man, and was surprised that there was no one to take up their cause: so his arm gave salvation, and he made righteousness his support.
17 Yes, he put on righteousness as a breastplate, and salvation as a head-dress; and he put on punishment as clothing, and wrath as a robe.
18 He will give them the right reward of their doings, wrath to his attackers, punishment to his haters, and even on the sea-lands he will send punishment.
19 So they will see the name of the Lord from the west, and his glory from the east: for he will come like a rushing stream, forced on by a wind of the Lord.
20 And as a savior he will come to Zion, turning away sin from Jacob, says the Lord.
21 And as for me, this is my agreement with them, says the Lord: my spirit which is on you, and my words which I have put in your mouth, will not go away from your mouth, or from the mouth of your seed, or from the mouth of your seed’s seed, says the Lord, from now and for ever. (Isaiah 59:1-21)

From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say, “Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” (Matthew 4:17)

Adriana Lynne

Author: Adriana Lynne

Adriana Lynne is a wife, homemaker and business analyst. She has been a Christian her whole life; with the Lord calling her at a very young age as a prophet. She grew up in Michigan and resides there with her husband and cat, Link.

For the last year, the Lord God has had her in His cave learning and growing ever closer to Him. He is moving her into a new season working with orphans and an evangelical outreach. Her passion is His passion. She is filled with His Spirit and her greatest desire is to love the Lord her God and serve Him only, while taking others with her!

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October 4, 2017 5:32 PM

I had a dream with a similar theme yesterday.

You know Jonathan Kleck, one of God’s end-time harbingers unfolding one of the mysteries of God? He has a youtube channel.

I had a dream where he was lamenting over the Christians who were staunch advocates of “once saved always saved” and he was weeping over them.

Then i saw a crowd of believers try to imitate his weeping, being prostrate on the floor. And i was about to follow along but right as i was about to bow my head to the ground i heard the falsity of their cries which were VERY obvious and i stopped mid-bow and thought “something is gravely wrong here, i will wait for God to instruct me on what i should do.” Instead of waiting on the Lord’s will for their lives, they adopted the will of the Lord for someone else’s life.

Unbeknownst to them, rather than abiding under the shadow of the almighty, they were abiding under the shadow of a man.

I believe the Lord is now judging his church on the many hidden idols they have. Some are even worshiping his servants that he raised up (like Jonathan Kleck). Thinking that by agreeing with everything a servant of God says, that they are worshiping God, actually in turn makes them idolaters. Hidden sins of the church.

But God loves his church and will see to it that his bride is spotless, and he will cleanse all of the idols from their midst that they may behold his glory. Please Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, cleanse us from any hidden idols we may have. Amen.

Stephanie McKe
Stephanie McKe
October 4, 2017 9:26 PM

Hi Derrick,
It is disturbing that many of Jonathon Kleck’s followers seem to idolize him like they do. I stopped watching JK when he started claiming that his upside down paradigm is the Rock on which Jesus built His church. He even went so far as to say that if someone is not on the Rock (the upside down paradigm) that they may not really be saved. I contacted him by private message about this but no response. I am surprised that more people have not called JK out on these things. I believe that Scripture refers to the Rock as God/Jesus over fifty times. For JK to say that the Rock refers to anything else is absurd. Just wondering if you had any thoughts on this. Thanks so much and have a great evening!
Stephanie McKee

October 5, 2017 12:14 AM
Hi Stephanie, my beloved sister in Christ! With Jonathan Kleck I realized I have to have some mercy on him because he is constantly attacked and it stresses him out to the point where he will tend to take it out on anyone who criticizes him. I myself understand his position somewhat as I was just ex-communicated from a church I used to attend, about 2 weeks ago for giving a message I believe the Lord was instructing me to give about the church needing to repent and seeking the Lord while he may be found. People telling me I’m following the anti-Christ spirit and I’ve turned from the faith etc. And I’m sure you know as one who is serious about gaining the Lord and dying to self, you just have to kind of nod and say “I understand “ with humility and trust that God will be the one to justify you. And when God doesn’t “ show them” right away like you expect, all you’re kinda left with is your fleshly resentment so you will lash out in certain ways. You just have to realize he’s lashing out, not in a crazy way but in a tea kettle blowing over with steam kinda way. And with regards to the upside down paradigm. Anyone who’s saved has been turned upside down because the flesh is contrary to the spirit. I guess the Lord has shown him another way to look at our salvation. Now when he says things like “ if you don’t see that dead sheep in that picture, your mind is blinded” I know he’s in error and just lashing out because of stress, because it says nowhere in scripture I need to have the same gift as him to be saved. It says believe in… Read more »
Brenda Brown
October 7, 2017 8:50 PM

Derrick. I appreciate your patience and understanding with Jonathan K. There is no way in God’s green earth this man is a ‘false prophet’ or any other such false teacher. No one can honestly hear his testimony and not see that he has been chosen, and has a very unique calling to fulfill. We ALL make mistakes, and unfortunately when you’re dealing with the public, other people get involved in those mistakes and can be very wrongly affected. However, that’s why each person is to have a personal relationship with Christ – so that they are not deceived by someone’s errors, but rather, seeing those errors, can hold the person up to God that much more efficiently. Jonathan sees things few will see both because of the aspect of Christ he’s called into, and because they must be revealed rather than learned. Some of his followers really need to seek God for themselves instead of using him as their conduit – very true, but praying FOR him will be of much more effect than attacking or snubbing him.

Heather C-littledove
Heather C-littledove
July 13, 2018 1:02 PM

Brenda and derrik – if I may I would lke to chime in on this section here -I listened to JK for awhile but was honestly turned off by well…. he seemed to be very arrogant about his own views and i couldn’t see any fruit of humility …he seems unable to control his temper and lashes out often at others …..and most important thing is the serpant seed doctrine –I have come to believe in all truth that it is error–you have to dig and really twist the word of God to say that it was not fruit eaten in disobedience –that is the sin –imo—not sex with satan -his entire ministry is based off this assumption that is not written in scripture -I am not saying he is not saved or any such thing -only to really look into that doctrine as I truly in my heart believe it to be a complete changing of the Word of God -which is a very dangerous thing to do -via Revelation 22;19–blessings my brothers and sisters and shalom

Brenda Brown
July 13, 2018 7:09 PM
Hi Heather. I know exactly what you mean in speaking of JK, but I will point to AA Allen, Tommy Hicks, Branham, etc., all of whom were and are God’s converts, but who went into error at some level and point in their lives. What most Spirit-filled don’t realize is that the very level of walk they claim to have with God, is called by Peter a ‘fading glory’, and by Paul, ‘speaking and understanding as a child, seeing through a glass darkly, and knowing in part’, the latter being the reason it will fade. It isn’t because the Spirit itself is somehow imperfect, but because the flesh that carries it, is, and is corruptible no matter how well it was converted in the first place. There is a little used scripture that really is a key to what has been occuring and will yet occur to many Spirit-filled, though some will not be as aware of it as others, and that is Philippians 3:10-11. “That I may know Him, the power of His resurrection, the fellowship of His sufferings, being made conformable unto His death, if by any means I might attain to the resurrection of the dead. Not as though I had already attained, nor have been made perfect…” Many want to know the power of His resurrection, much fewer – the fellowship of His sufferings, but how many want to know being made conformable unto His death? Yet Paul stated this as a prerequisite for resurrection, that in fact we will NOT attain to the resurrection of the dead without this part of the process. For he said, “being made conformable unto His death IF BY ANY MEANS I MIGHT ATTAIN…” When we reach this stage of the process, we can begin corrupting, and seemingly falling off… Read more »
Gary F
Gary F
July 13, 2018 8:07 AM

I have been tracking with JK’s teachings / findings for several years and I completely agree with your assessment, my sister…Blessings to you and your family.

Brenda Brown
July 13, 2018 9:17 AM

Hi Gary. I appreciate your comment and understanding in JK’s ministry. Not every ministry is for everybody, and as a Body, I think that is a key to understanding how God will manifest Himself in this day. We need to see past religious restrictions and doctrines, into the Spirit, and the heart of the person, and appreciate God’s variety.

October 8, 2017 12:08 AM

Thanks Brenda. Yea his testimony is mind-blowing and i just can’t imagine anyone giving up all they have just receive back-lash from critics.

I know from his videos he gave up the love of his life at the time, his multi-milllion dollar company, and his kids, yet he doesn’t have much outwardly to show for it. He’s being reduced to nothing just like the scripture says about those who pick up their cross.

I think it’s very obvious he’s a prophet of God, now whether the Lord leads us individually to take notes on what he’s saying is a different story.

Either way it’s like you said, it’s our personal relationship with the Lord that matters most. If you have that, it is impossible to be deceived, as
the Lord promised in 1 John 2:27.

October 6, 2017 6:16 PM

I commend you for not going along with or agreeing with what Kleck is saying.
I listened to Kleck maybe a year or so ago until he started saying Cain and Abel were twins and that Satan was the father of Cain. At the same time I had a dream that there was a very large spider that I was handeling and did not see the danger that I was in by messing with it. Not long after the dream I read in either Jasher or Jubilees that Cain and Abel are not twins.

Jonathan Kleck is a false teacher and it makes me sad that so many people are being sucked in and deceived by him. When I would watch him, and would ask myself how a messenger of God could be so boastful and the Holy Spirit would say, “by their fruits you shall know them.” That, along with the dream, and the scriptural proof was enough confirmation for me to never watch another video.

October 7, 2017 11:26 PM


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October 6, 2017 10:16 PM
Hi B.Hansen, I also have zero interest in what Jonathan Kleck talks about. I’m just not interested at all with the patterns he finds hidden in physical objects. The physical world is becoming like a haze or a fog to me now, like it’s fading away. I feel no sense or leading to watch his videos at all. But i give him the benefit of the doubt and say he’s a prophet/end-time harbinger of God who is being given a certain key of the mysteries of the age. You introduce “new” things and people want to destroy you and say you’re being influenced by the devil. I’ve actually been wanting to talk to you because i remember you posted something “new”(going against what man has assumed to be true for a long time) in the Z3 comments you believed the Lord was showing you and people said you were being deceived. But i trust the Holy Spirit will never allow me to be stumbled by lies(not saying what you received is a lie, but if at all possible), so i’m always interested when saints say they’ve received revelations that do not fit into the Christian box most people have. Because i know God is bigger and deeper than ANY of us thinks. Don’t know if you’d be interested but i can give you my email and we can chat about it. You should watch his earlier videos. In those videos he was like an innocent little kid who just got an awesome new toy and just wanted to tell everybody about it . He also has healed blindness in people’s eyes and cured cancer through the workings of the Holy Spirit. And i know the Lord said “these signs shall follow them that believe…they shall put their hands on the… Read more »
Brenda Brown
July 13, 2018 7:12 PM

Hi Derrick. JK certainly isn’t for everyone, just as everyone who has a ministry in the Body of Christ isn’t sent to everybody else. We have certain people whom God has designed to walk in certain aspects of His, that we are sent to, and that is the way it’s meant to be. There aren’t many who would have an interest in JK’s aspects, but they are true and necessary. He needs prayer and support in the Spirit so that he can come through this time into the full light of truth.

Matt Smith
October 4, 2017 4:19 PM

Amen! You refuse to repent. God refuses to hear your prayers. It’s that simple.

Repentance makes a huge difference in one’s life.

Brenda Brown
October 5, 2017 1:42 PM

This dream is extremely important. Many speak about the blessings God wants to or will give the Body of Christ and people just count themselves in without a 2nd thought. But there is a reason why scripture says it’s the prayer OF A RIGHTEOUS man that avails much. We are not believers any more than we walk in the Spirit we claim to believe in. It’s walking in it and obeying it that keeps us on the list of God’s favour, and will in the coming years, make such a difference in what He can give to us. Jesus didn’t do it for us, He made the way for us – so that we could walk in it. We are the ones who choose how much we want to be conformed to the image of His death, and that determines how much we will be in His image in the resurrection. Couldn’t agree more!

October 6, 2017 10:46 PM
Profound. And something i’ve just realizing recently. It was a very subtle thought but you brought it to the surface. From time to time in my bitter sufferings recently, i’ve been thinking “why do people say that Christ did it? Christ suffered for me? If he suffered for me then why am i suffering now the way he suffered? What was the point? Didn’t he take my pain on the cross? Then why am in so much of this pain he supposedly took away?” Because you’re right Brenda. He died so we could have a WAY to the Father. Before there was no way. Now he is the way. We don’t have to suffer like the gentiles do, with no hope, thinking their suffering is a result of a cruel, unfeeling universe turning a blind eye to their pain. But we can suffer WITH him and he will be WITH us in our suffering. This helps me have a more sober-minded view of the reality of the “walk of the Bride”. Because when i hear Christians saying “he suffered for us in that now we don’t need to suffer” it makes me think there’s some group of christians somewhere who somehow are just always burning and happy and shining and for some reason because i’m some ultra defective model, i have to endure the bitter sufferings of Christ. But the Lord is beginning to ordain my steps to reveal to me that we are all going through this suffering, all of the Bride without exception, is going through this bitter suffering, which gives me consolation so that when i suffer, i know you and the rest of Z3 are right alongside me. We are all confused, unsure what EXACTLY the Lord wants us to do and HOW exactly he wants… Read more »
Brenda Brown
October 7, 2017 10:07 AM
Hi Derrick. I did indeed read your whole post, and totally agree with what you said. There’s a reason Paul said he ‘died daily’, (ICor. 15:28 – 32), and commanded the Church at Philippi to ‘be conformed to the image of His death…’ so that they could be partakers in His resurrection. I’ve quoted the latter a few times here because I know very well that people are not getting how much the process is necessary in order to be ready for Him at His coming. We are NOT just going to fly away because we are converted to Christ, we must be worthy of that resurrection. Many quote Paul saying that we are children of the day and all have the hope of being caught up together with Him in the clouds (I Thes. 4: 16-18), and stop because that’s where a ‘chapter’ has been inserted, but Paul didn’t write in ‘chapters’ and verses, but rather continues on telling them who are ‘of the day’ that they need to be sober, watch, put on the breastplate of faith and love, and the helmet of hope of salvation..'( 5:1-8) There’s things we who are of the day must do in order to be ready for that day. Jesus is ‘The Way’…, our ‘example’, and we are to follow ‘in His steps’ (I Peter 2:21). If we are seeking God and literally having an ongoing relationship with Jesus, following the unctions of the Spirit of God within us, being obedient with our whole hearts, we will actually be in a process made specifically for us, and you are quite right – it is sweet. Walking in loving obedience to Him – that is when all things are made to work together for our good, nothing will be a mishap or ‘punishment’,… Read more »