Friday, July 29, 2011

I Am Coming to Every Household

I  was sitting at my computer working, praying about the seriousness of the word and judgment falling on households I had recently received when the Lord began speaking this word to me.

Tell my people I am coming to visit them. I am coming to every household in every nation and I will render according to what I find there. Those who are found faithful will receive reward. Those who are found pure will receive reward. Those who are found watching and praying for My return will receive reward. Those who are found continuing to cavort in the world will not.

Those who love the world still shall receive the world as their just reward for the world is at enmity with Me and My ways and My truths. The world does not honor Me or follow Me. If you choose the world as your god, then you will receive answer from it when you cry out. If you choose the world as your god then occupy, make ready, for from there must your help come when you are in need.

My ways have not changed. My word changes not, yet many seek to pervert My holy word to allow that which I do not allow. They deceive themselves into believing what is convenient for them instead of walking in purity before Me. These shall receive their just reward in what is coming.

Great distress is soon to come upon the earth and its inhabitants. Only those walking in purity and holiness will be shielded. Those in love with the world shall receive the world's reward in times to come.

Make ready My children. Gird up your mind with My truths, with My holy word. Gird up your loins and stand ready. Prepare to battle the enemy of your souls for the fire burns hot. This race shall not be easy for you.

Some of My children have prepared well, but many of you have not prepared at all. You are full of the world and its deceptions, My children, and not My holy word and you shall not survive this battle for the world cannot save you.

Isaiah 10:3: And what will ye do in the day of visitation, and in the desolation which shall come from far? to whom will ye flee for help? and where will ye leave your glory?

Matt. 5:8: Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God.

Acts 10:34: Then Peter opened his mouth, and said, Of a truth I perceive that God is no respecter of persons:

Luke 21:36: Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man.

Mark 13:33: Take ye heed, watch and pray: for ye know not when the time is.

James 4:4: Ye adulterers and adulteresses, know ye not that the friendship of the world is enmity with God? whosoever therefore will be a friend of the world is the enemy of God.


25 comments:

Conrad said...

I was just thinking about how totally we are entrenched in the world.

Have you ever lost your wallet or purse with all of your credit cards and driver's license? At those times you begin to realize how plugged in you are. You can't get work, or get paid, or shop (sound familiar?).

I was thinking originally that these words were about secular music and television and the like. Now i am not so sure.

Deirdre said...

Dear Glynda,
This was an encouraging word. I wonder if some of us have already been visited? The other day while praying, I heard, 'go take a shower and get ready'. So I cleaned up, dressed up and found that my whole family got the same impression. We met in the living room, sang hymns, read the Word, prayed, waited. Nothing (in the physical) happened but we all agreed that the LORD was testing us to see what we would do, if we would honor HIM in expectation. My little four year old girl had had a dream several days ago and said our house was on fire. She said it happily, not scared. A couple days later, I started speaking in tongues. I have walked with YESHUA a long time and never spoke in tongues.
Leave it all behind and press forward. HE will provide (maybe not the way you expect or think), but HE said , "I will never leave you nor forsake you". Amen and amen!!!
Peace,
Deirdre

Glynda Lomax said...

Deirdre, What a beautiful story! Thank you so much for sharing that with us. God bless you! Glynda

Hope said...

Thank you again for your courage to continue to write/share what you feel God is giving you through prayer/seeking Him. I know it's not easy.

In fact, I'm just now taking a step of faith forward in what I feel God asking me to do as well. I actually created a place to share what I feel God is asking me personally to do, along with scripture and words/warnings I feel He is speaking to my heart as well. I wrestled as I don't want others to think I'm just jumping on board for attention,etc. I'm not at all. I just want to do what God is asking....time IS short. All morning I keep hearing/sensing...."Get ready. Get ready!"

Here is my "home" created for God's glory, not mine. Feel free to share with others and leave any comments/thoughts.

Hugs

http://lightingthelamp2.blogspot.com/

greenvalleyhsers said...

Studying Esther right now and just finished the passage where Mordecai challenged her. Would she serve the Lord or leave it for someone else. Would she perish as a God-follower or perish as someone who didn't answer His call to serve? May we all come to the point where we can say "If I perish, I perish" but we will do it serving God with our whole hearts and lives. Because many have lost their lives with that attitude but earned a special reward in heaven. And many others all through the Bible and the world have served God with that attitude and been spared miraculously - like Daniel, Esther, the Israelites in Egypt, etc. Tough times ahead, but God's people have been through tough times before and God's glory has always been made known through their lives if they served Him so that others might believe.

Free-Komi said...

Blessings to all. This prophesy is in keeping with what the Lord (Father & Truth) continue to reveal to me...beginning 2 weeks before 911...when He shown me that in the sky. May 28, 206, He opened the sky & shown me the U.S.A. & the mighty storm which is coming upon us from the East...even being born upon us. He issued a warning for us, "You will scream like a woman giving birth, but I will be there." He spoke this 3 times, then added 3 times, "From out of your pain, you will be born of new life". He now says, "Time to REBUILD the HOUSE of the LORD"...starting from the inside...to lay a good foundation. To have TRUTH as your steadfast footing, the truth of YHWH's Good News. He said over a month ago, "begin preparing". He said, "Go outside. Face EAST & say, 'He will come from the east.' Face NORTH & PRAISE. Face SOUTH & say, 'The wind, & winds, & wind'" He gave NO WORD for the west.

If you have not already begun REBUILDING the HOUSE of the LORD, please do so today. LOVE & Believe with your whole heart, mind, & soul upon YHWH & the SON HE GAVE for us. Call upon the Holy Spirit to lead & guide your journey. Bless the LORD of LORDS & KING of KINGS

Stephanie said...

Deirdre's story really touched me. Yesterday I was stepping out of the shower and something started churning in my spirit. I can't explain it. I've felt a variety of different things from the Lord but I am experiencing more and more lately in ways that I never have.

The feelings came upon me so quickly. It was as if I was feeling very nervous, or anxious, about something soon to happen, but I was unaware of anything that was coming. I could feel my addrenaline and heart racing. I was actually standing in the closet picking out clothes and I heard Him tell me "Hurry." There was an urgency in His voice.

So I grabbed the first thing my hand touched and threw it on. He kept rushing me and telling me, "Quickly!" I was putting on my clothes as I was going down the hall to grab my journal. I still didn't know if He wanted me to write, read, pray, etc. Then he told me to lay flat so I did.

He began speaking to me and I wrote as fast as I could to keep up. I wept as I heard the words and my whole body trembled for some time after He was done speaking. What I received is like nothing I have received before.

It was a description of hell. I did not receive a vision, only the words, and He told me I could not have handled a vision of the things I heard. I know this is long, but I want to share it. (in the next comment because it's too long)

Stephanie said...

"There were three beasts in the field. The first was waiting to reap the harvest. The second was ready to torure the slaves. The third was a watchman. They were connected yet individual in part. They served one master. His name was Beelzebub.

The field was ripe for the taking but this time it wasn't a field of grain or wheat but of human souls. They had no clue what was coming to them. The threshing. The blades. The chisels.

The first beast started. There were screams of torture and torment as he ripped lives and families apart. They could not run, could not flee. Their feet were planted in the soil they CHOSE. Not fertile soil. It was rocky, full of weeds and hatred. Yet they knew not. They were unaware, lacking Wisdom.

The second beast quickly came upon them, screaming and yelling vile things, degrading them with his tongue. His tongue was like unto a razor, cutting the humans. They covered their ears trying not to hear his words but there was no escaping them. They penetrated their very souls. Their hearts literally bled and wept from the thrashing words of torment.

Their minds reflected back to the way they lived their lives. Memories flooded them. They relived every moment of denial, yet this time they knew the Truth and begged for Mercy and Grace, knowing it was no where to be found.

The watchman looked on, mocking and laughing at the slaves. They were made to sing and dance, entertain the beasts as they were tortured. If they stopped they were slaughtered, but death wouldn't find them for they were already dead.

The heat was nausiating. You can literally see the heat waves, not like earth where they are naked to the eye. The flesh boiled in the air. It blistered and pussed, almost dripping off the bone, yet it wouldn't. There is no earthly pain that can describe it.

Your eyes would burn and sting yet you can't close them for relief. There are no tears. That would be relief and there is none.

Your mouth is parched. You breathe in the heat and your lungs collapse, yet you still "live" and breathe all the while getting whipped while being made to sing and dance."

At the end, He said, "There will be more." I felt the Lord telling me to share this but He didn't tell me when, where, or with whom. But after reading your post, I felt led to share it here.

I have questions of my own about this. For example, why was everything given to me in the past tense? And is there another meaning to this other than a glimpse of hell? For example, "as he ripped lives and families apart"... I can see that happening very soon in this world now.

I do believe this was a practice run for me to act "quickly" at the urgency in His voice because the time is soon that it won't be just a "drill!"

Thanks for letting me share this very lengthy comment!

Stephanie
http://daily-victories.blogspot.com

Miss Barbara said...

Yes Jesus is coming to every soul, in every household. His patience, grace and mercy are immeasurable.

Lord bless my son with Your full measure of glory as he exits the hospital, saved by Your mercy once again. Lord bless me with Your peace and give me wisdom as You increase my faith in all Your ways and in every living Word of the Holy Scriptures. AMEN

Michael said...

Glynda,
I wrote to Holly Deyo a day or so ago. I want to let you know that I mentioned you in it. I to have been at this a long time. I will not go into detail here. What I needed to say is in the letter. If you would like a copy because of my mention of you, I will email a copy.
Glynda my walk has not been an easy one. I fight and argue with the Lord much of the time. I like all came into this walk with major flaws, mine seem to hang on. Even after 40 years. I have pierced myself with many arrows jumping into the fire to rescue someone, all the time believing "in my weakness He is strong" It has shown true many times over, I think.

One thing I do know, is, as was stated in your blog, if the time coming is not going to be easy for anyone, than I am defeated. I can take on no more yolk. This is how I know what is being said here is in question in my heart. Jesus said the Father does not change. Jesus said my burden is easy and my yolk is light. How does that fit with "It is not going to be easy for anyone?"

Another thing that has been made apparent to me by the Lord: These deep seated flaws WE ALL CARRY and pray daily to be lifted can only be overcome by the Lord. He does not want gritted teeth and endurance. He wants to make very clear where the healing comes from. The pressure comes from, frankly, blogs like this, our own want for this chapter in our lives to be over because we know how these habits displease Him, and our horror when it isn't taken right away or maybe ever on this side. Paul talked about this, when he writes about another law at work in him, working right alongside the desire to please the Lord, and how it defeats him at times. His point is that he got back up and kept going. As we should as well.

I read so much of Lord in your words Glynda, but please stop beating me up, huh. He didn't, doesn't and never will. That is Grace too.

I do like what you do here by the way.

Ray said...

God bless you Glynda and thank you for this Prophetic Word. I read the other one also that is linked to this one, the day before or the day after, I think. I can tell something Big is up from what has been happening spiritually in my own life. This could be referenced to the double outpouring of the Holy Spirit. I have heard because of certain events that this could take place late in September but I am not a date setter! I am going to print off a couple copies of this Word and hand it out to my some of my friends at word. We have a prayer meeting in the mornings. God bless you!

Glynda Lomax said...

Michael, The words I post here are not my own, they are from the Lord. If you disagree with them, you need to talk to Him. Or argue with Him :-)

Michael said...

Easy out Glynda. I am not apposing you. I am trying to help you be better. If you do not need a fellow sojourners help than I truly have my answer.

Hope said...

For Michael --

I read your comment, "...if the time coming is not going to be easy for anyone, than I am defeated. I can take on no more yolk..."

I read your entire comment, shut my laptop down, went to get ready for bed and prayed during this time. I could not shake you or your comment. I felt compelled to turn my laptop back on and write you this:

First off, I'm not saying nor will I ever say that I have all the answers in the world. I don't. What I can tell you is that I've been through some crazy, messed up stuff in my life as well. Things that I felt were too much and moments where I felt I could not handle anymore. Moments such as being physically and sexually abused by family members for most of my childhood, raped by a man who called himself an Evangelist, and was married to a man who beat me up so much, that I should have been dead. But I'm not. That's just a touch of the junk I've been through in my life...moments where I cried out to God, even as a little girl, to set me free...to save me, rescue me, as I could NOT handle anymore. Yet, I was still there. Why? I'll never know the full answer to that but what I DO know is that God took every single one of those HORRIBLE moments in my life and has and still is turning them into good.

Each time I say, "it's too much Lord and you promised you would not give me more than what I could handle...each time, He does bring me comfort through his scripture or a word from a friend, and sometimes even a stranger, to assure me He IS there and He most certainly cares.

And I too, Michael, am scared and worried about the things that are to come. I ask myself AND God if I will be strong enough to survive. And what I feel each time is God asking me to trust Him. To continue to draw myself to Him, pray and fill myself as much as I can, with the promise that even when times become difficult, He WILL provide and make a way through it all.

Michael..I don't know you, but I want to encourage to place your fears and worries (and I'll do them beside you as your friend and sister in Christ)....lay them at God's feet and just draw yourself to Him.

Is it all easy as pie? No. It's a day by day choice, but I'm determined to overcome with God's help.

Hang in there. I do hope this helps a little. Hugs and blessings.

Hope

Glynda Lomax said...

Hope, What an incredibly beautiful message - you are a blessing to us all - thank you!

VJM said...

Michael, I too have been through some incredibly hard even shocking stuff, having lost so much, and during that time I often really truly struggled with this whole concept that God will not give us more than we can handle, as I was already so broken, suicidal actually. I did not know how I would make it through to the next week and when I looked at the devastation, cruelty, and my life in shambles around me, I even became unintentionally mocking of the Lord's "so-called" promises --they didn't seem to apply, even in things I had covered in prayers for decades, in fact. By this point it all seemed pointless and that the enemy had indeed won-- using through the sovereignty of man's free will over the best of faith-filled prayers and fasting, even whilst praying for things so obviously scriptural and in His will. (I still don't get all of it.)

All I can say NOW is that I am still here! Not only that, I'm growing in him once more, trusting him again even when many might say my trust was/is ill-placed to have lost so much and to even bother to try again. Perhaps in my undoing, I had to come to the end of myself to truly see God? I don't really know.

I will say, however, HIS burden is indeed easy, HIS yolk light-- it is the joy of the Lord beyond life's circumstances, peace beyond understanding. ...Whenever I sow to my flesh that peace and joy diminishes but when I sow to the spirit it definitely increases too. Not always right away but over time, it surely does.

Just because Christ says this about his yolk it does not therefore translate that our lives in this fallen world are going to be easy or light! How could it? How could the fallen sinful world give us anything but trials and tribulations which in fact Christ ALSO promised us? If our Lord, himself suffered so, and all his disciples suffered hardships even after Pentecost then surely we can expect to as well, especially in the end of days with Satan's attacks ever increasing to diminish the church and our testimony that much more?! But, like the apostle Paul, we CAN indeed find that peace he describes, lifting our burdens as we take on the lightness of Christ, that is, the knowing of forgiveness and his unending love which then compels us to reach out in love to others too.

It certainly is at times a daily choice, isn't it? Granted, with all the muck we're thrown it's not actually that surprising then just how hard it can be too, but God IS there! Like Hope said above, I too don't have all the answers but I know God does and in whom or what else can I place my trust? I'm better off looking to him and yes, his grace as you well note, than even to my own (albeit fallen) self.

Michael, one other thing--I'm not sure how you can "help" Glynda in these words if you, like many of us here, truly believe these are not from her own wisdom but are from God himself? I am quite sure Glynda has those in her own private life who walk alongside her, encouraging, teaching and helping too as the Lord directs, but I see this blog's purpose is more a ministry for others to simply be obedient to what God has told her to share with those of us who will listen and for us to then share with others likewise. For me personally, it is so good to know there are others out there getting the same messages or promptings that I too have discerned when living in a sea of denial and self-seeking even within the church itself.

VJM said...

P.S. You know, it just occurred to me too, Michael, that God is indeed not leaving you ill-equipped and is preparing you likewise, giving you some of what you need for times ahead, by simply drawing you to His words here. I hope this encourages you. I know it does me. :)

Glynda Lomax said...

VJM - Thank you. You're awesome :-)

Grateful1 said...

Hi Dear Brothers & Sisters,
The Lord has promised to complete the work he has begun in us. This promise is an anchor for me. As much as I have been changed, convicted pushed and molded toward the holiness the Lord desires in me, He daily reveals the next step, the remaining fault or sinful attitude. He is determined and his promises are completely to be trusted. When all is said and done. it will be His righteousness and His holiness that grants me the right to stand unashamed before the Father. In the meantime, I seek to learn what yoke he intends for me to carry and carry only that. His yoke is EASY, His burden is LIGHT! If you carry his yoke you find REST for your soul. Just a note, if you carry "yolk", you may find egg on your face.:) Peace to all who long for His appearing!

Cindy said...

Gylinda don't water down any word the Lord gives you!

How do we get into Heaven?

Acts 14:22 Confrming the souls of the disciples, and exhorting them to continue in the faith, and that we must through much tribulation enter into the kingdom of God.

Deuteronomy 4:30 When thou art in tribulation,, and all these things are come upon thee, even in the latter days, if thou turn to the Lord Thy God, and shalt be obedient unto his voice; 31(For the Lord thy God is a merciful God;) he will not forsake thee, neither destroy thee,..


Isaiah 32:6 And wisdom and knowledge shall be the stability of thy times, and strength of salvation: the fear of the LORD is his treasure.

Isaiah 33:14-15 The sinners in Zion are afraid; fearfulness hath surprised the hypocrites, Who among us shall dwell with the devouring fire: who among us shall dwell with everlasting burnings? He that walketh righteously, and speaketh uprightly; he that despiseth the gain of oppressions, that shaketh his hands from holding of bribes, that stoppeth his ears from hearing of blood, and shutteth his eyes from seeing evil.

What do we have to do? WAIT ON THE LORD!

Isaiah 30:15-17 For thus saith the Lord GOD, the Holy One of Israel; In returning and rest shall ye be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength; But ye said, No; for we will flee upon horses; therefore shall ye flee: and, We will ride upon the swift; therefore shall they that pursue you be swift. One thousand shall flee at the rebuke of one; at the rebuke of five shall ye flee: till ye be left as beacon upon the top of a mountain, and as an ensign on an hill. 18 And therefore will the LORD wait, that he may be gracious unto you, and therefore will he be exalted, that he may have mercy upon you: for the LORD is a God of judgment: BLESSED ARE ALL THEY THAT WAIT FOR HIM.

For you Glynda..

Isaiah 29:18-21 The meek also shall increase their joy in the LORD, and the poor among men shall rejoice in the Holy ONE of Israel. For the terrible one is brought to nought, and the scorner is consumed, and ALL THAT WATCH FOR INIQUITY ARE CUT OFF: THAT MAKE A MAN AN OFFENDER FOR A WORD, and lay a snare for him that reproveth in the gate, and turn aside the just for a thing of nought.

Glynda Lomax said...

Thank you, Cindy!

The Roach said...

As Grateful1 pointed out it is Yoke not Yolk.

Matthew 11:30
For my yoke is easy and my burden is light."

Big differene,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yoke

We either carry the burden of Christ or the burden of sin(which comes from being of the world and wickedness and of the flesh). Christ yoke is easy when compared to the worlds but we still have a yoke around us and our master has commanded us to act and live a certain way and to be overcomes of the world which isn't easy but God gives of grace so that we may overcome.


scott

Hope said...

(note: this statement is said with a very kind heart/spirit, so it’s not misinterpreted.)

Pardon me, but I’m a little disappointed that there was a need to point out “yolk” vs. “yoke” a few times. Some people on here really spilled out their struggles/issues before one another, for whatever reason, and yet we focus on whether “yolk” or “yoke” was stated? Huh? Obviously, however it was spelled, everyone using it meant the same thing. Maybe it’s me, but it’s such a simple common mistake/misspelled word when it comes to this verse. =/

Peter said...

My dearest sister Glynda,
I give our Lord Mighty Praise for what He is doing through you. I think he has pressed on many of us that time is so short. He is surely calling His Bride to be spotless and pure for their salvation, and the meeting of Him. Many Blessings to all my sisters and brothers in Christ for the sharing of words Of Wisdom.
My dearest Bro Mike, Thank you for sharing about your struggles. I know them well. Just remember every new day is a present from God;and we are called to live in the present. Every wrong thing that is of the past is taken care of by our Heavenly Father.All He asks is that we give Him the Praise and Glory that are eternally His at all times.When we fall in temptation, ask for forgiveness and more of the power of the Holy Spirit to overcome. Things take time. Just persevere and never give up. He has gotten us this far and will never abandon us. He is Worthy of Trust. Our God will not be outdone in Generosity. How Blessed we all are that He saves the Best for last.His Love and Care will never fail us. That is the only thing you can bank on. All else may fail, He will never. He became one of us to suffer and die and save us. He is Love and Mercy. How very Blessed we are He is our Heavenly Father who Loved us enough to create, adopt,save,purify and have a place in Heaven to live with Him for all eternity. He is the One True Awesome God.
Peace,
Peter

Grateful1 said...

Sorry to Hope, no offense intended. I have occasionally tried to leave my sins at the alter, only to find I kneaded:) to leave them at the altar. I was happy when a friend pointed out my little error. We who believe are often painted as ignorant illiterates, so I try to be as believable as I can. I think the Lord has patience and a great sense of humor. May we all enjoy the same.