Trump: the Sign, the Signal, and the Message

While having a conversation with a friend about what God is doing in various places on the earth at this time, I received a spontaneous revelation from the Spirit of God on a completely unrelated topic. It came with a prophetic message regarding President Trump. What follows is what I received.

Trump is a Sign:

  • He appeared on the scene in the Presidential race as if from out of nowhere, entering a race he didn’t seem to belong in.
  • He stands out because his ways and mannerisms are unlike those of his polished fellows.
  • He is willing to institute radical changes.
  • He faces accusations, criticisms, and threats tirelessly and without fear.
  • For all of the above reasons, he has been considered a joke, presumptuous, and offensive. He has been and will be fiercely hated and fought against.

Trump, and these various points concerning him constitute a Sign that Signals to the world and the Body of Christ in particular, that God is about to bring out of obscurity, a very processed and prepared remnant of His choosing who are going to institute His New Thing in the earth. What follows is what these points signal.

Trump is a Signal:

  • Many of the remnant will seem to come out of nowhere. Many will be people who’s names haven’t been heard before because they won’t have had public ministries.
  • Some will seem to not fit or belong in their office because they won’t handle things the same way other leaders have done in the past.
  • Some will lack the polish, smooth moves, and charismatic ways of their fellows.
  • They will institute radical truths and changes in the Body of Christ.
  • They will face and overcome accusations, criticisms, and threats constantly and fearlessly.

For all of the above reasons, it will become apparent that God has chosen this remnant. Like Trump, they will be considered foolish, presumptuous, misfits. They will be highly offensive to many who will hate them and actively rebel and fight against them.

The Message:

Accompanying this Sign and its Signal of the coming forth of this remnant is a message that will be its’ theme wherever it goes. This is what He said:

“I have sent a dividing line throughout the whole earth. No nation will escape it. My Spirit is going to bring a visitation and the message of it will be ‘Choose you this day whom you will serve!’ It is going to lift up the standard and wherever it does, the sword of the Spirit will fall and there will be a dividing.

I will kindle a fire in homes that will not be put out, and families that seemed to be at peace will be at peace no longer, for what is not built on Me will be shaken. You will go to work one day and it will be ‘business as usual’, but an issue will arise and your workplace will never be the same again.

I will enter Churches and there will be a dividing of those who will walk with me from those who serve in word alone. Cities will be torn apart and whole nations will be divided because of people’s offense against Me and the truths of the Kingdom that I will institute in the earth. Many will say, “This can’t be of God. God heals, He does not divide.” Have you forgotten that I have not come to bring peace, but a sword? I have come to set a man at variance against his father, and a daughter against her mother. Member will rise against member and a person’s enemies will be of their own household.

This will resound again in your ears, “I, the Lord tear apart, and I join together. I wound, and I heal.” (See Matthew 10: 35 – 39; Hosea 6: 1 & Deut. 32:39)

God is Doing a New Thing:

For God to signal what He’s about to do with such a demonstrative Sign, like President Trump, means that what He’s doing is extremely important and we need to pay attention so we can understand it. The scripture that came to me as the best one to show what the New Thing is, why a remnant is necessary, and why this new thing will be divisive is 1 Corinthians 12 and 13.

In 1 Corinthians 12, the Apostle Paul lists in detail the various gifts of the Holy Spirit followed by the different ministries or offices it gives people. But as soon as he lays out the workings of Pentecost, he says in verse 31, “Yet I show you a more excellent way..” So, what follows in 1 Corinthians 13 is a description of this New Thing, of which this is the summation.

Prophecies will fail, tongues will cease, knowledge will pass away, and everything Pentecost will be done away with because it is all in part, and it will be replaced by ‘that which is perfect’ – the divine love (agape) which is coming. Some have misunderstood this passage, thinking Paul is only saying to minister with love is the most important thing, but he is saying divine love is coming, and when it gets here, everything else will fade away because divine love is complete and perfect. This is why he relates the workings of Pentecost to speaking, understanding, and thinking as a child. It is like knowing God as through a dark glass, whereas the coming divine love is complete, has everything we need, and knows God so well it is equivalent to seeing Him face to face.

God is Signaling the Feast of Tabernacles:

Change usually brings division because people don’t like leaving what they are familiar with, but what God is referring to in 1 Corinthians 12 and 13 is so huge it will be a major adjustment and reorientation for many. People are about to find out whether they’ve been truly in love with Jesus, or the various giftings and ministries they’ve used. So, it is easy to see why divisions would arise, and why God will need a remnant who has been schooled by Him concerning the New Way, just as He schooled the Apostles.

To put a name to this new thing, we only have to look at Israel – God’s blueprint for everything He’s going to do with the Church. Israel’s three major feasts provide a major part of the blueprint, including Passover, Pentecost, and Tabernacles. It has generally been realized that the Feast of Passover was fulfilled by Jesus’ blood being applied to the doorposts of our hearts, and Pentecost, the waving of the sheaf of firstfruits, was fulfilled on the Day of Pentecost and the harvest that has been brought in during the centuries following. But it has long been ignored or forgotten that there remains the third feast, the Feast of Tabernacles, which has yet to be fulfilled. So, it’s high time we familiarized ourselves with it because it is in the making right now. God is signaling the Feast of Tabernacles to us through President Trump.

When I heard of the division God was sending throughout the earth, I was reminded of what God said to me concerning Tabernacles. While doing some research in my Bible, God spoke to me in an audible voice as clearly as if He were sitting beside me. He said, “Tabernacles will be as different from Pentecost as Pentecost was from the Law”.

Think about that for a moment. How different was Pentecost from the Law? In the Law, there was one Tabernacle, a line up of people bringing their animals to be slaughtered, constant killing and burning of the animal’s flesh, certain days on which to celebrate feasts and bring certain sacrifices, only certain people who could be priests, certain activities they had to perform in the temple, and certain garments they had to wear. Now compare that to the Day of Pentecost – both men and women gathered in a house to pray – no Tabernacle, no particular garbs on any of them, no sacrifices, no burning of flesh, but a manifestation of the Holy Spirit sitting visibly above their heads, each one ministering to whomever they were led to, no differences between males and females in the giftings, no observance of lineages as to who had the right to minister, etc. The difference between the two is staggering! There isn’t a hint of anything familiar from one to the other.

Now imagine being a Pharisee in that day trying to figure out how what you’re looking at even remotely resembles the Law God gave you! The Church has looked down their noses at the Pharisees for their unbelief, but how would we rate if we had been given God’s Law by His own hand, and personally instructed concerning sacrifices, days, apparel, foods, etc., and then asked to recognize this new thing as ‘God’? Without a divine revelation, they could not ‘recognize’ it, and the same will be true in how different Tabernacles will be from Pentecost!

If there was ever a day when we needed to be fed by divine revelation, it is today. Otherwise, it could just as easily be us looking on in confusion as God institutes Tabernacles in the earth.

Peter said the stone which the builders rejected, the same has become the head of the corner, a stumbling stone, and a rock of offence. In other words, just as the prophecy stated, things are not going to seem like they fit, people won’t seem like they are the ones to carry a certain message, whatever it is, there will be something about many in this remnant that people will be offended at, hateful of, reject, and cast aside.

Are we as tuned in as Anna and Simeon, enough to recognize a baby as the salvation of the world without being snagged in our pride at how absurd that sounds? Would we follow a star, as ‘heathenistic’ as that sounds, to find the place where God’s salvation lies? Would we believe that an unmarried pregnant woman holds the key to the whole world? These were the signs to God’s people in the interim between the Law and Pentecost, and who are we to snub what God has lifted up as a sign between Pentecost and Tabernacles?

Regardless of what people say about President Trump, we need to hear what God said He was going to do with him and stay fixed on that. We may not like the fact that he seems to be causing a lot of friction and division, but God’s New Thing will too. As God said, He did not come to bring peace, but a sword. God didn’t say Trump would be perfect, but God is using him as a sign and signal, just as He used Cyrus – who did not know God when he began to fulfill his calling. What other shadowy people think they’re doing with him may be interesting to note, but they don’t run the world like they think they do. God does, and we need to keep our focus on Him.

(See Isaiah 43: 18-19; I Corinthians 12 & 13; Exodus 12: 1-23; Exodus 23:16 & Lev. 23:15-21; and Exodus 23: 16 & Lev. 23: 34-44; I Peter 2: 7 & 8)

Author: Brenda Brown

Although she was not raised in a Christian home, Brenda Brown heard the audible voice of the Lord speaking to her when she was just ten years old. She was not yet ready to surrender her life to him, but finally did after a second encounter at age sixteen. Ten years later she began leading small group meetings in her home and continued that ministry for several years. She has had an open vision in which she visited with the Lord in the Garden of Gethsemane.

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Lydia Hodge
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March 23, 2017 1:19 PM

Thank you so much Brenda for sharing this amazing word. It is truly a word from the throne room of God. My heart leaped as I read it. The Spirit within me bears witness to its truth. I dreamed not long ago that I was dancing with the Lord and I told him I feel so out of place. He smiled and said I have a place for you. The word he gave through you brings confirmation to me as well. God bless you.

Brenda Brown
Brenda Brown
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March 23, 2017 8:54 PM

I love God’s word to you Lydia. “I have a place for you.” That sounds so much like how He talks. It’s so important in these days to know our place, as Joel’s army reveals – “…neither will one thrust another, for they will walk every one in his own path…” No matter what, our place is always where God wants us, not where we are received- necessarily. And there’s no safer place to be. I’m glad the truth bore witness in your heart Lydia. Amen.

Matthew
Matthew
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March 23, 2017 1:38 PM

First fruits is when Jesus (Yeshua) rose from the grave – not Easter which is Roman Catholic and Babylonian. Easter Pig? or Passover Lamb?

I encourage everyone who loves Jesus (Yeshua) to follow His feasts. They are still shadows of things to come. There are still events yet to come for all of them. I believe most likely, Jesus was born at the beginning of Feast of Sukkot and circumcised on the last day of Sukkot. It is an 8 day feast.

Brenda Brown
Brenda Brown
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March 23, 2017 8:47 PM

Hi Matthew. I’m a believer in Colossians 2:15-19, which if written in plain English, would read more like, ‘Don’t let anyone judge you according to meats, drinks, holy days, new moons, or sabbath days; for these are shadows of things to come, whereas the reality is Jesus Christ. Don’t be defrauded of your reward by those who worship angels and intrude into those things they haven’t seen, puffed up by their fleshly mind and vanity instead of holding the Head, from which all the body by joints and bands is given nourishment and is knit together, increasing as God gives the increase.’

If we continue to keep the feast days and other points of the Law, we are debtors to the whole law and have not grasped the fullness of grace – which is what Pentecost was built on. That’s what Paul is saying. Following feast days or any other point of the law should have passed with the receiving of grace, for the law is indeed shadows (Heb. 10: 1), and anything that is a shadow is not to be taken literally. That’s the whole point, look beyond the shadows, get out of the darkness, see face to face by the light of revelation. It is time to see what God was really talking about by every point of the Law He gave, and we will never get there if we start all over again to take it literally as it’s written. It doesn’t matter what day Jesus died or rose, what matters is that He did die and rise, and we are to follow in His steps. Can you hear this?

Matthew
Matthew
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March 24, 2017 1:21 AM
Thanks for the reply Brenda. The verses in Colossians should be considered based on the context of the surrounding scriptures and the original audience, so that we properly interpret the scripture. The original audience was not a bunch a Jews trying to keep feast days and Sabbath’s, etc… Paul was writing to Gentiles that converted and were steeped in paganism. Verse 8 and verses 20-22 are what could be considered book ends to what Paul is actually teaching against. Here they are: Col 2:8 Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ. Col 2:20-22 Wherefore if ye be dead with Christ from the rudiments of the world, why, as though living in the world, are ye subject to ordinances, 21 (Touch not; taste not; handle not; 22 Which all are to perish with the using;) after the commandments and doctrines of men? Notice these verses speak on: 1. Philosophy 2. Vain deceit 3. tradition of men 4. rudiments of the world 5. commandments and doctrines of men The Sabbath and the LORD’s feast days were given by God Himself. These are not traditions, commandments, or doctrines of men, etc. Colossians 2:16 is not telling pagans to stop observing Yahweh’s Feasts. They were doing pagan worship. Paul is instructing them to let no one judge them in keeping them. They are being grafted into Israel. I am sure their families were saying: Are you crazy? They stopped celebrating pagan holidays like Isthar worship and winter solstice celebrations, etc. Coming out of the Babylonian system can be difficult for many people, but God commands us to come out. Grace by no means eliminates the law of God. On the contrary it establishes it. Romans… Read more »
Paul
Paul
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March 24, 2017 10:48 AM

The law was not established but FULFILLED by the LORD – in every bit.
We live under Grace and not by the Law. Period. AS Paul says is Galatians – do not end living by the letter after starting in the Spirit.

Is this teaching from the Hebrew Roots movement?

Robert Adolph
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March 24, 2017 4:06 PM

Now the Law is written in our hearts if we are born again. If we are led by the Spirit of God we will keep the law. If Jesus is living through us we keep the law. We are saved by grace and not by keeping the law but by their fruits ye shall know them and faith without works is dead. Those who overcome the flesh, the world and the Devil will be clothed in white raiment. There are over a thousand laws in the N.T.

Brenda Brown
Brenda Brown
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March 24, 2017 9:37 AM

Hi Matthew. Yes, I am well aware that scripture must be taken in context, and what I said was in keeping with what Paul was saying. The fact that the Colossians were in witchcraft or pagan religions is all the more reason for Paul to emphasize the truth to them. When someone says that no one should judge them with regards to keeping holidays, sabbaths, etc., BECAUSE these are merely a shadow of the reality, they are not saying the shadows trump the reality. We are given a choice right there – the shadow or the reality which is Christ. Paul drew the line in the sand and we need to make the choice.

Keeping the Feast of the Passover by following the Law’s idea of what it meant, would never get you converted. Neither will keeping Tabernacles as it is laid down in the Law get you into Tabernacles. They’re saying these things aren’t the reality and therefore to keep them is neither here nor there. Neither does it change that if we keep one iota of the Law, then we are debtors to the whole Law. I agree with you that Pentecost /grace fulfilled the Law, and that’s the point. If we walked in grace as we should have, we fulfilled the Law, it doesn’t mean joining the Law on to grace and trying to do both. On this issue I would suggest you read Galatians and Romans over again to fully grasp how walking the Spirit of God IS fulfilling the Law.

Sisterann
Sisterann
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March 23, 2017 8:26 AM

1 Corinthians 15:46
46However, the spiritual is not first, but the natural, and afterward the spiritual. 47 The first man was of the earth, made of dust; the second Man is the Lord from heaven.

Trump is the natural and the spiritual will follow.

God gave me Hidden Vessels around 2011 They will be revealed.

There were 2 sets of vessels used in biblical worship. The first in the Tabernacle they disappear and King Solomon made new ones for the First Temple.
The Ark of the Covenant disappeared and hidden by the priest yet to be found.

Reminder “Hidden ” is not lost. The owner has placed it in a safe place.

Brenda Brown
Brenda Brown
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March 23, 2017 3:02 PM

Sisterann, you hit on a good point. Jeremiah 3:16 tells us that in this day Israel will not remember the ark, will not refer to it, nor think about it any more, and that is precisely what He tells us during the time of this New Thing breaking forth. In fact He commands us – “Remember NOT the former things, neither consider the things of old, ‘for’ behold I will do a new thing…” Everything we have walked in and used by which to ‘know God’ is about to pass away, and when we receive it there will not even be a need to refer to the old things anymore, for the new one will encompass everything, and surpass anything we’ve ever known. Thank you for the scriptural confirmations – hidden vessels.

A. Ayer
A. Ayer
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March 23, 2017 7:21 AM

What a wonderful post!! Excellent food for thought! Thank you!

Brenda Brown
Brenda Brown
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March 23, 2017 10:52 AM

Glad to hear that it meant something to your spirit. This truth is a burden on my heart because what God wants to give us so few are ready for. I hope its fire burns in your spirit and sends you on into His Presence.

Marilee
Marilee
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March 23, 2017 5:23 AM
THANK-YOU!!! Set Your Mind Some of My children are not ready for the changes about to happen in their lives, though they think they are. My children, you must remember that the changes you see as negative may actually be what is best for you in My eyes. I know what is coming to your world, and how it will affect each one of you and I am making changes that are best for you so you can be most effective. Set your minds to obey Me in all things. Set your hearts to be humble under My hand, no matter what these changes bring, and you will do well in them. If you resist the changes, it will not stop them from coming, it will only make them harder for you to bear. If you resist Me, I will in turn resist you in your pridefulness. Set yourself to obey, and follow Me. Luke 9:51 And it came to pass, when the time was come that he should be received up, he stedfastly set his face to go to Jerusalem, 1 Peter 5:6 Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time: 2 Corinthians 12:9 And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me. Proverbs 3:5-7 5 Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. 6 In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. 7 Be not wise in thine own eyes: fear the Lord, and depart from evil. James 4:6 But he giveth more grace. Wherefore he saith, God resisteth… Read more »
Brenda Brown
Brenda Brown
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March 23, 2017 8:30 PM

Marilee, I’m sorry I didn’t have time at the present to watch all of the video you shared. I have taken his name and will watch it as soon as I can, but from what I saw, he has a true relationship with God and is current with what God is doing. I think it’s great that you spend time in prayer and seeking God, but let me say that the way into Tabernacles is unlike anything we’ve had before. It’s not by grace as much as it is by a process that God has drawn up. There’s a lot to say on this issue but if we are agreed that this is the Laodicean Church age, note that Jesus tells this Church to BUY of me gold tried in the fire. Never, ever before has the Church been told to ‘buy’ anything from Him. It’s all been about grace – by grace are you saved… This is NOT the case with Tabernacles. It’s not free, it’s not just another baptism, it’s not just an experience that keeps you motoring on. Rather, it is a certain specific process that we all must pass through in order to hop on board. I’ll say more if you’re interested.

Cobus Brits
Cobus Brits
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March 23, 2017 10:51 PM

Can I ask James for your email as well? ‘Buying’ this gold sure sound like it will cost us everything. Would like to know more about this process and what followed from that.

B. Hansen
B. Hansen
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March 23, 2017 10:05 PM

Brenda,
I have been led to Isaiah 6 and 1 John. I believe Isaiah 6 to explain we must first see and accept the glory of God (submit), then we must purify through repentance and praying for God to change what we can not change on our own, next, choose to serve. Then 1 John covers love on a whole new level.
I would be interested to know if this is what you are hearing? I am interested in hearing more.

Brenda Brown
Brenda Brown
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March 24, 2017 9:54 AM
I’m not exactly sure what specific knowledge you’re after in these two chapters B. Hansen, but what I find interesting in Isaiah 6 is that it wasn’t until King Uzziah died that Isaiah saw the glory of God. This does apply to going from Pentecost to Tabernacles in a very important way. Uzziah means ‘strength of God’, and what strikes my spirit is that when we have been brought to the end of us carrying God’s unction within us, and enter into us being in God’s strength instead, then we can see the glory of God. We have to remember that forgiven or not, we are still fallen spirits with fallen natures. If we weren’t, we couldn’t sin as we do, nor would sin be as present with us as the air we breathe. We are forgiven, yes, and by faith alone are seen as clean before God, as long as we walk under the Spirit’s covering (Rom. 8:1), but we are not actually new creatures yet. So the grace God gave us in the Covenant of Grace was just enough that fallen spirits could contain – but as much as that is merciful on His part, it still leaves us unchanged in spirit and in charge in the end. What we genuinely want, God is ‘forced’ to comply with, and if it’s us serving our own flesh, He has to allow us to do that. But when we are conformed to the image of His death, that is – when we ‘die’ like Uzziah, then we can partake in His glory. Those who haven’t died yet in this manner, will find they cannot hear this teaching – like God said to Isaiah in verses 9 and 10, and is exactly the same in this day. Those still entrenched in… Read more »
Diane Boneck
Diane B
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March 23, 2017 4:27 PM

yes, We need to trust in God, that he knows what he is doing!

Tasha
Tasha
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March 23, 2017 12:10 PM

Thank you, Lord, for this message. “Behold, I will do a new thing; now it shall spring forth; shall ye not know it?” This is scriptural and is also powerfully summarized in the vision of Tommy Hicks. It’s the reason why many of us are in deep trials right now. God is letting us glorify Him by faith for a short time yet, but that is soon to pass away. “For now we see through a glass darkly, but then face to face.” Faith, a beautiful gift for this time. Love, “a more excellent way”.

Brenda Brown
Brenda Brown
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March 23, 2017 8:57 PM

Tasha, that is one scripture I used to come back to again and again – Remember not the former things, nor consider the things of old, behold I will do a new thing, even now it shall be made plain.” Those were the words to a song we used to sing, and they were blazoned on my heart to the point where I could barely work I was so hungry for what God was doing. I love His truth. Thank you for your comments.

Cobus Brits
Cobus Brits
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March 23, 2017 7:51 AM

A few years back I was sitting with fellow intercessors underneath a smallish tent with no walls (inside a closed room) to similate a tabernacle as it was the feast of Tabernacles. I felt a cool cross breeze, but just under the tent itself. First I thought the AC was on or a window was open, but none was the case. Afterwards someone explained the swirling presence of the Holy Spirit.
It was such a refreshing experience that I for one am seriously looking forward to this ‘Tabernacles’ period.

Brenda Brown
Brenda Brown
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March 23, 2017 10:58 AM

Cobus Brits – can I share a bit more about this with you? If you look into the book of Revelation, you won’t find mention of the Holy Spirit – not that He doesn’t exist, but he is not the empowerment of Tabernacles like he was in Pentecost. What you will find is the 7 Spirits of God – a major difference that few have taken note of or understood. I’ll share a bit more on this if you want to hear it, but either way, keep looking for this new thing because it’s going to outshine Pentecost by far.

Brenda Brown
Brenda Brown
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March 23, 2017 2:26 PM
Let me answer both your posts here. To answer your question ‘Is the Holy Spirit the restrainer?’ – yes, he is. He has worked in people’s lives to restrain the constant onslaught of sin, and has worked throughout the world to restrain evil, so in order for the Anti Christ to even publicly arrive on the scene, he has to be lifting off the earth. To demonstrate how the Holy Spirit is not the 7 Spirits, I refer you to I. Cor. 10. Paul states several things in the first 9 verses that clearly draws a similarity between Israel’s trek through the wilderness, and the Pentecostal walk. And the first thing he says is that all of Israel were ‘under the cloud and all passed through the sea; all were baptized unto Moses in the cloud and in the sea…’ In other words they were baptized in the Spirit and with water – the two baptisms we are quite familiar with. That being the case, check out if it was the ‘Cloud’ – Holy Spirit, who led them into the Promise Land. You will find that the only place the Cloud covered them and led them was in the wilderness – and that’s what Pentecost is equal to. The Promise Land – the land where God’s promises are fulfilled, is Tabernacles, and the Holy Spirit doesn’t lead us into that, or while we are in it. As for the 7 Spirits, read Isaiah 11. The 7 Spirits and what they are, are plainly listed, beginning with the Spirit of the Lord, going on to Wisdom, then Understanding, etc. You know where I’m going here? Lay those 7 Spirits on the 7 Churches of Revelation and you have what specific Spirit of God is speaking to each church. It’s not the… Read more »
Cobus Brits
Cobus Brits
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March 23, 2017 3:19 PM

This kind of answer cannot be obtained from reading the Bible alone but comes from relationship with the Father because it is revelatory in nature. Thank you very much for taking the time to explain this, it is making a lot of sense.

Brenda Brown
Brenda Brown
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March 23, 2017 9:06 PM

Hi Cobus. You are so right. God opened a door for me through the process He set me in, and I tell you it was like entering another world. I would never go back to the old way, as much as it was delicious when it was occurring. This is an overflowing well that never runs dry. Rivers that flow in the wilderness – where rivers should not be. That’s what God will do for those who press on into the process He has laid out.

Cobus Brits
Cobus Brits
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March 23, 2017 11:32 AM

This is news to me. Please do share! Just to add a bit more info – on every occasion I experienced the presence, it was a bit different which makes sense if it is another one of the 7 spirits. When will we know if the Holy Spirit has ceased His ministry? Is He the Restrainer?

Wendy Baumbach
Wendy Baumbach
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March 23, 2017 2:30 PM

Brenda I just returned from a trip to Australia to attend a Bible school only for Father God to whisper to my heart “I want you to observe with eyes wide open” he affirmed Himself within my heart and for a month I watched and learned.Then he sent me back to America 10 mos ahead of schedule. I did not agree with much of what I was seeing or witnessing and I was saddened in my heart. I was “all in” for a year and my “education” was merely affirmation in Him. I came across your post this morning and it was such a gift I read all of your posts and was incredulous as to the similarities of the impressions that Father God has put on my heart and your sharings. I would like to learn more about the Tabernacles and the 7 Spirits of God. Could you help me with this? I don’t know if you could contact my email privately or not. Thank-you.

Brenda Brown
Brenda Brown
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March 23, 2017 10:13 PM

Hi Wendy. It sounds like God set you up to be ready to take in what He was saying here. A very disheartening trip and unsatisfied expectations always makes us hunger for the reality God is saying. I hope the truths He has shared with me are uplifting your spirit Wendy. I would be happy to hear what you have to say, and share more with you on Tabernacles and the 7 Spirits of God. Ask James to give me your email, and I will contact you. Looking forward to our chat.

Tonya
Tonya
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March 23, 2017 1:54 PM

That’s exactly where I was led to start a break down study last night. WOW!!!

Brenda Brown
Brenda Brown
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March 23, 2017 10:13 PM

Tonya – which one was it? Isaiah 11 or I Cor. 10? I love it when God does that!!

Phil Titus
Member
March 23, 2017 11:40 AM

I always thought the Holy Spirit and the 7 Spirits were linked together. I know the Holy Spirit is the restrains the evil of the world. Please explain the 7 Spirits thanks

Brenda Brown
Brenda Brown
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March 23, 2017 2:52 PM

Hi Phil Titus. In my response to Cobus Brits, I asked him to read Isaiah 11, and I refer you to that passage as well. It names the 7 Spirits, starting with the Spirit of the Lord, Wisdom, Understanding, Counsel, etc. These are the 7 Spirits John sees burning before God’s throne in the book of Revelation, and they are the Spirits who address the 7 Churches, 1 Spirit per Church. While we have known the Holy Spirit as a baptism that comes upon us and works into our spirits, these 7 Spirits are God’s nature, and just as we don’t need a baptism to be who we are by our earthly natures, we won’t need a baptism to possess the 7 Spirits either. But I have to stress that we have to avail ourselves to God in waiting on Him in a love relationship on a daily basis because as I said in my post, Tabernacles is all about divine love. Just as there are 7 colours to the rainbow, there are 7 Spirits that make up God’s love, so we can’t focus on loving God enough. It’s the key to Tabernacles.

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March 23, 2017 11:01 PM

This is very interesting. It makes me think of Jesus’ disciples as compared to the Pharisees. The Lord chose fishermen like Peter: genuine, not at all polished or filled with pretense. We look for certain superficial “standards”, but God goes deep beneath the surface. Very thankful his ways are not our ways.

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March 23, 2017 1:02 PM

Hello Brenda, thank you for sharing this special message.

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March 23, 2017 10:15 PM

You’re most welcome. Hopefully there will be more to follow. I get as much out of what God is saying as anyone else.

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