Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Submit to Me


My Children, you pray to Me for more revelation and yet you resist when you are tried. You resist Me when I am walking you into the very events that will bring about the revelations you asked Me for. Submit. Submit to My guidance and My refining, for this will bring about great and mighty changes in your lives that you have asked Me for.

Many of you are about to face big changes in your life. These changes will be unexpected and you will have the opportunity to get into fear, or to trust Me. Trust Me and I will bring you through what is happening. If you choose to fear and not believe, from where will your help come? for I said to fear not.

The changes that are coming are necessary so I may position you for what is coming next. Do not resist My change in your lives, for it is necessary to your well-being and only I know what the next step in your plan is. Many of you have suffered great attacks from the enemy on your homes, your families, your bodies. These attacks will increase in days to come as he knows his time is running out and he is desperate for souls for his kingdom. Take care yours does not become one of the souls he is about to snatch.

Job 23:10: But he knoweth the way that I take: when he hath tried me, I shall come forth as gold.

Daniel 12:10: Many shall be purified, and made white, and tried; but the wicked shall do wickedly: and none of the wicked shall understand; but the wise shall understand.

Zech. 13:9: And I will bring the third part through the fire, and will refine them as silver is refined, and will try them as gold is tried: they shall call on my name, and I will hear them: I will say, It is my people: and they shall say, The LORD is my God.

9 comments:

Chief said...

"You resist Me when I am walking you into the very events that will bring about the revelations you asked Me for"

These words by Glynda are deeper than one can realize at first. Let us look at the typical Christian and his approach to his faith.

1. The Chrisitan raised in his particular faith builds his theological beliefs around his Churches beliefs.
2. He places his hopes in his church that comforts him.
3, He places his future under the careful guidance of his Church.
4. He places his most personal trust in his priest or preacher and the supporting members of the church.
5. He seeks out personal relationships with his friends and family that share the same faith and support him.

So tell me now. When the Lord provides the guidance that may be different from their churches beliefs, how will the Christian hear it or even recognize it?

The Baptist will form his belief patterns after Baptist theology. The Catholic will do the same. The Methodist will follow suit and so on.
This established belief pattern will cause the Christians of their particular faiths to seek guidance and pray under the pre-conditioned guidelines of their accepted faith. Will not the Catholic Church tell you they are the true church. But the Baptist will tell you it is they who have the more perfect doctine. The Mormon will tell you his church is the only game in town. And on and on it goes. So who really is right?

And so my freinds it is here where Glynda is trying to warn you dear Christian of how you may not even recognize what God is trying to tell you because of your pre-conditioned expectations of your chosen faith.

Now look again at her statement:

"You resist Me when I am walking you into the very events that will bring about the revelations you asked Me for"

Glynda Lomax said...

Very well said, Chief! We must rely on God only, not on man, if we do not wish to be deceived and it won't be the popular way to go. We won't fit into anyone's denominational box if we choose to believe fully in the One in Whom we say we have faith. Thanks for posting!

Conrad said...

Fasten your seat belts and hold on! This faith ride can be bumpy!

God bless!

Nancy said...

I wonder how we can recognize where we are resistant? I don't want to resist, but maybe I do without knowing it.

Chief said...

Nancy for a little help with your question, read Chiefs comments on three of Glynda's prophecies. Maybe they will assist you. Remember the secret is understanding is holistic. Meaning understanding the bible and all the history and people connected to the bible.
Chief.

Submit to Me
Feb 16, 2011

As You Have Sown, So Shall You Now Reap
Jan 28, 2011

There Will Be An Increase In My Words Released Through My Prophets
Jan 20, 2011

. said...

For many years there have been people claiming to have a prophetic word from the Lord... most of which appeared to be charlatans. I've read through many of your posts and I must admit that there is part of this that rings true to me. However, I've learned that I can often be wrong. "There is a way that seems right to a man, but in the end it leads to death" Prov 14:12.

I mean no disrespect when I ask this but how can we know that you are actually speaking for the Lord.

-signed Doubting Thomas-

Glynda Lomax said...

Thomas, You may have read my profile. I did not start this blog to bring any attention to myself, nor for profit or gain, but on the direction of the Lord Himself. The ways I generally test words from others, whether personal or body-wide, is whether I feel the Holy Spirit within me bearing witness (agreeing), or whether there is something in that word that only the Lord and I knew I had been praying about or something He had spoken to me previously. The other very obvious way is to check the word against scripture. This isn't always possible, it depends on the nature of the word. If the word speaks to your spirit (not your emotions), then it is probably for you as well. If not, pass it by. If you still wonder, you can pray silently for the Lord to confirm it by a sign that is not likely to happen on its own. That's the way I handle them, and so far it's working :-) Hope this helps you, my friend. I know many want to be considered prophets for gain, or for recognition. Scripture says we will know them by their fruits. Those who spread false words without the anointing are generally out for some kind of gain, those who are doing it because He has anointed them just want to get the word out and help others. You be the judge. God bless you my friend - thank you for your honesty. ~ Glynda

. said...

Thank you for your response. As I read your recent posts, I find that regardless of my apprehension, the words given do point us back toward the Living God by encouraging us to move ever closer to Him. I will certainly heed those.
I am ashamed to admit that for many years I have been a Christian but weak in prayer and in reading His word. Now I'm out of practise. After letting the world distract and tempt me for too long, I came back... I think stronger now. In recent months I've been trying to establish good habits of reading my Bible each day.. still working on consistent prayer. I made a list recently to help. I want more but as they say, we can be our own worst enemy.

-Cautiously Optimistic Thomas

Glynda Lomax said...

Thomas, I find it helpful on some days to listen to the Bible as I do other things as well as doing my daily reading. There are places online to listen, or you can get the scriptures on MP3 or CD. I'm glad you're back on track! Sometimes it takes awhile :-) Thanks for your interest in the blog ~ Glynda