“Who is Your Lord?… times of clear distinction” Word of the LORD/Discourse & Prayer one year ago to this day (1st July 2017)

On 1st July 2016, I was meditating on some Psalms, particularly Psalms 125, 126 that speak of God’s faithfulness in deliverance and preservation resulting in testimonial praise.
I sensed the LORD spoke the following:

“These are times when there shall be a clear distinction between those who are mine and those who are of the Father of lies, even among the congregation”.

“I shall do good “to those who are good and to those who upright in their hearts” (Ps. 125:4) but concerning those who choose evil, but say they are mine, they shall be exposed and banished from my sight.”

How sad to be banished from God’s presence and no longer be under His protection and preservation as expressed in these Psalms. But this is a reality happening now, there is a resounding trumpet call “Let those who are truly mine arise”! 

In this final hour before the second coming of our Lord Jesus, the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, a time of exposure of the hidden, masks coming off by the anointing of God, a shaking “shape up or get out” for our God is a consuming fire, woe to those who take Him continuously for granted. His House or Kingdom is not a circus for games and tricks.

Are these true Bridal garments one is wearing unto Christ the Bridegroom or false ones, deceiving men but never God? All that is hidden and false shall be brought to the light! 

Let’s say and pray: May I be among those who always have the fear of the LORD and are pleasing to Him. 

Examine my heart Oh LORD and see if there is any wicked way in me, change me and restore in me a clean heart. 

I pray that the Spirit of conviction would come upon us all. That we would always have the heart of honesty before the LORD and acknowledge our sins before Him, repenting quickly so that there is no separation with our God. (1 John 1:9).


©01/07/2016Deborah E.Nyamekye


Author: Deborah Esther

Deborah Esther Nyamekye is a prolific writer; published author and poet. Deborah's writing is a reflection of who she is; a woman with a passion to encourage and inspire people to excel and fulfil their God given potential and mandate in life. Deborah is a gifted scribe and storyteller inspired by her Christian faith and therefore the bible, to write poetry and articles that are both prophetic and/or poetic fables/parables and inspirational teachings. Her aim as a writer is to either expose what is hidden, express the realities of life and give insight into issues while at the same time giving counsel, inspiration and encouragement to everyone and anyone! Deborah's writing allows reflection on fundamental truths about the world, different aspects of daily life and interpersonal relationships; Some topics covered are about living in God's truth according to His word, interpersonal relationships, homelessness, bullying, love, peace, war, faith, scenery, racial and social justice. The poems/spoken words in the blog "The Witness" (www.thewitnesspoetrybook.wordpress.com, shown here below) will be included in Deborah's book to be published shortly entitled "The Witness - A collection of poems and spoken word about humanity, world affairs and daily life: 1984-2017". Deborah is also a seasoned Christian prophetic intercessor and scribe (blogger/published author), exhorter & teacher of the gospel. (www.bearwitness-forerunner.org). Christian inspirational writing (devotionals, prayers, teachings and prophetic messages etc...) blogs: www.readywriterps451.org (attached here below) and www.thewordofelohim.wordpress.com. Deborah's books are sold on Amazon online and in bookshops in London, England UK.

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