Trust in YHWH…

We TRUST and rely, NOT on the arm of man, but ONLY on the arm of the LORD…

Psalm 20

Good News Translation (GNT)

A Prayer for Victory

1 May the Lord answer you when you are in trouble!
May the God of Jacob protect you!

2 May he send you help from his Temple
and give you aid from Mount Zion.

3 May he accept all your offerings
and be pleased with all your sacrifices.

4 May he give you what you desire
and make all your plans succeed.

5 Then we will shout for joy over your victory
and celebrate your triumph by praising our God.
May the Lord answer all your requests.

6 Now I know that the Lord gives victory to his chosen king;
he answers him from his holy heaven
and by his power gives him great victories.

7 Some trust in their war chariots
and others in their horses,
but we trust in the power of the Lord our God.

8 Such people will stumble and fall,
but we will rise and stand firm.

9 Give victory to the king, O Lord;
answer us when we call.

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Coming out of Egypt…

As God did in Egypt, God is likewise delivering us out of our modern day bondage (slavery) to the world system...

In three short months, just like He did with the plagues of Egypt, God has taken away everything we worship.

God said, “you want to worship athletes, I will shut down the stadiums.

You want to worship musicians, I will shut down Civic Centers.

You want to worship actors, I will shut down theaters.

You want to worship money, I will shut down the economy and collapse the stock market.

You don’t want to go to church and worship Me, I will make it where you can’t go to church”

“If my people who are called by my name will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.”

Maybe we don’t need a vaccine, Maybe we need to take this time of isolation from the distractions of the world and have a personal Revival, where we focus on the ONLY thing in the world that really matters. JESUS.
(Posted on Fb, by Renee Hernandez)

The significance of the ten plagues...

List of the ten plagues:

  1. Blood
  2. Frogs
  3. Lice or gnats
  4. Flies
  5. Livestock
  6. Boils
  7. Hail
  8. Locust
  9. Darkness
  10. Death of firstborn

The first plague, turning the Nile to blood, was a judgment against Apis, the god of the Nile, Isis, goddess of the Nile, and Khnum, guardian of the Nile.

The Nile was also believed to be the bloodstream of Osiris, who was reborn each year when the river flooded.

The river, which formed the basis of daily life and the national economy, was devastated, as millions of fish died in the river and the water was unusable.

Pharaoh was told, “By this you will know that I am the LORD” (Exodus 7:17).

The second plague, bringing frogs from the Nile, was a judgment against Heqet, the frog-headed goddess of birth.

Frogs were thought to be sacred and not to be killed.

God had the frogs invade every part of the homes of the Egyptians, and when the frogs died, their stinking bodies were heaped up in offensive piles all through the land (Exodus 8:13–14).

The third plague, gnats, was a judgment on Set, the god of the desert.

Unlike the previous plagues, the magicians were unable to duplicate this one and declared to Pharaoh,

“This is the finger of God”

(Exodus 8:19).

The fourth plague, flies, was a judgment on Uatchit, the fly god.

In this plague, God clearly distinguished between the Israelites and the Egyptians, as no swarms of flies bothered the areas where the Israelites lived (Exodus 8:21–24).

The fifth plague, the death of livestock, was a judgment on the goddess Hathor and the god Apis, who were both depicted as cattle.

As with the previous plague, God protected His people from the plague, while the cattle of the Egyptians died.

God was steadily destroying the economy of Egypt, while showing His ability to protect and provide for those who obeyed Him.

Pharaoh even sent investigators (Exodus 9:7) to find out if the Israelites were suffering along with the Egyptians, but the result was a hardening of his heart against the Israelites.

The sixth plague, boils, was a judgment against several gods over health and disease (Sekhmet, Sunu, and Isis).

This time, the Bible says that the magicians “could not stand before Moses because of the boils.”

Clearly, these religious leaders were powerless against the God of Israel.

Before God sent the last three plagues, Pharaoh was given a special message from God.

These plagues would be more severe than the others, and they were designed to convince Pharaoh and all the people “that there is none like me in all the earth” (Exodus 9:14).

Pharaoh was even told that he was placed in his position by God, so that God could show His power and declare His name through all the earth (Exodus 9:16).

As an example of His grace, God warned Pharaoh to gather whatever cattle and crops remained from the previous plagues and shelter them from the coming storm.

Some of Pharaoh’s servants heeded the warning (Exodus 9:20), while others did not.

The seventh plague, hail, attacked Nut, the sky goddess; Osiris, the crop fertility god; and Set, the storm god.

This hail was unlike any that had been seen before. It was accompanied by a fire which ran along the ground, and everything left out in the open was devastated by the hail and fire.

Again, the children of Israel were miraculously protected, and no hail damaged anything in their lands.

Before God brought the next plague, He told Moses that the Israelites would be able to tell their children of the things they had seen God do in Egypt and how it showed them God’s power.

The eighth plague, locusts, again focused on Nut, Osiris, and Set.

The later crops, wheat and rye, which had survived the hail, were now devoured by the swarms of locusts.

There would be no harvest in Egypt that year.

The ninth plague, darkness, was aimed at the sun god, Re, who was symbolized by Pharaoh himself.

For three days, the land of Egypt was smothered with an unearthly darkness, but the homes of the Israelites had light.

The tenth and last plague, the death of the firstborn males, was a judgment on Isis, the protector of children.

In this plague, God was teaching the Israelites a deep spiritual lesson that pointed to Christ.

Unlike the other plagues, which the Israelites survived by virtue of their identity as God’s people, this plague required an act of faith by them.

God commanded each family to take an unblemished male lamb and kill it.

The blood of the lamb was to be smeared on the top and sides of their doorways, and the lamb was to be roasted and eaten that night.

Any family that did not follow God’s instructions would suffer in the last plague.

God described how He would send the death angel through the land of Egypt, with orders to slay the firstborn male in every household, whether human or animal.

The only protection was the blood of the lamb on the door.

When the angel saw the blood, he would pass over that house and leave it untouched (Exodus 12:23).

This is where the term Passover comes from. Passover is a memorial of that night in ancient Egypt when God delivered His people from bondage.

First Corinthians 5:7 teaches that Jesus became our Passover when He died to deliver us from the bondage of sin.

While the Israelites found God’s protection in their homes, every other home in the land of Egypt experienced God’s wrath as their loved ones died.

This grievous event caused Pharaoh to finally release the Israelites.

By the time the Israelites left Egypt, they had a clear picture of God’s power,

God’s protection, and God’s plan for them.

For those who were willing to believe, they had convincing evidence that they served the true and living God.

Sadly, many still failed to believe, which led to other trials and lessons by God.

The result for the Egyptians and the other ancient people of the region was a dread of the God of Israel.

Even after the tenth plague, Pharaoh once again hardened his heart and sent his chariots after the Israelites.

When God opened a way through the Red Sea for the Israelites, then drowned all of Pharaoh’s armies there, the power of Egypt was crushed, and the fear of God spread through the surrounding nations (Joshua 2:9–11).

This was the very purpose that God had declared at the beginning. We can still look back on these events today to confirm our faith in, and our fear of, this true and living God, the Judge of all the earth.

What Q is saying:

Intel (from Q) is circulating about the possibility of the internet and all media ‘going dark’ for ten days from 1st – 10th April.

The date 10th April 2020 can be read as 4 10 20 – Donald J Trump (these numbers 4.10.20 also represent Donald Trump’s initials).

Q refers to ten days of darkness in drop number 88 from 5th November 2017.

Here is an excerpt…

‘Ten days Darkness. Scare tactics (MSM) D’s (Democrats) falling.

R’s (Republicans) walk-away/removed.



We are certainly seeing ‘scare tactics’ from the mainstream media regarding the virus.

And Democrats are certainly ‘falling’.

Joe Biden is busy pretending that he has dementia in an effort to avoid being arrested.

Give that man an Oscar. And where is Nancy Pelosi these days? Adam Schiff?

Maybe they are heading to New Zealand. Apparently many expensive private jets are landing in our tourist hot spot of Queenstown, mecca for the rich and famous.

Elite escapees? As Q reminds us, the satanists can run but they cannot hide.

NO ONE ESCAPES THE PAIN. The SA in the Q drop is Saudi Arabia.

Q has often referred to the fact that USA will follow the lead of Saudi Arabia (as indicated by the arrow in the drop).

Currently Saudi Arabia is purging corrupt officials from their government – many arrests are taking place.

Interestingly, the Irish Prime Minister used the word ‘purge’ in an extraordinary St Patrick’s Day speech to his nation…

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The importance of putting GOD first in our life…

Always put GOD first…

Question: What does a drowning man want more than anything in this world?

Answer: His next breath of air.

God’s promise is that when we seek after Him that way, like a drowning man seeking his next breath of air, then we will find Him.

God is omniscient, and as such there is NOTHING about your life that He does not already know.

We have to learn to live by faith, seeking GOD first, above ALL things (see Hebrews 6).

Matthew 6:24-34

24 Jesus speaking: “No one is able to serve two masters. For either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to one and despise the other.

You are not able to serve God and money (Mammon).

The Sermon on the Mount: Anxiety

25 “For this reason I say to you, do not be anxious for your life, what you will eat, and not for your body, what you will wear. Is your life not more than food and your body more than clothing?

Is your life not more than food and your body more than clothing?
26 Consider the birds of the sky, that they do not sow or reap or gather produce into barns, and your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not worth more than they are?
27 And who among you, by being anxious, is able to add one hour to his life span?
28 And why are you anxious about clothing? Observe the lilies of the field, how they grow: they do not toil or spin,
29 but I say to you that not even Solomon in all his glory was dressed like one of these.
30 But if God dresses the grass of the field in this way, although it is here today and tomorrow is thrown into the oven, will he not do so much more for you, you of little faith?
31 Therefore do not be anxious, saying, ‘What will we eat?’ or ‘What will we drink?’ or ‘What will we wear?,’ 32 for the pagans seek after all these things. For your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things.
33 But seek first his kingdom and righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.
34 Therefore do not be anxious for tomorrow, because tomorrow will be anxious for itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.

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Facing your GIANTS (your fears)…

Facing your fears and not letting them control you…

God has NOT given us a spirit of fear, but of POWER, LOVE and a STRONG MIND (2 Tim 1:7).

We must learn to walk by the Spirit and not by our flesh (Gal 5:16):

Face your fears in faith, as you stand on the Word of God, leaning on the power of the Holy Spirit.

Joshua 1:1-9

New King James Version (NKJV)

God’s Commission to Joshua

1 After the death of Moses the servant of the Lord, it came to pass that the Lord spoke to Joshua the son of Nun, Moses’ assistant, saying:

2 “Moses My servant is dead. Now therefore, arise, go over this Jordan, you and all this people, to the land which I am giving to them—the children of Israel.
3 Every place that the sole of your foot will tread upon I have given you, as I said to Moses.
4 From the wilderness and this Lebanon as far as the great river, the River Euphrates, all the land of the Hittites, and to the Great Sea toward the going down of the sun, shall be your territory.
5 No man shall be able to stand before you all the days of your life; as I was with Moses, so I will be with you. I will not leave you nor forsake you.
6 Be strong and of good courage, for to this people you shall divide as an inheritance the land which I swore to their fathers to give them.
7 Only be strong and very courageous, that you may observe to do according to ALL the law which Moses My servant commanded you; do not turn from it to the right hand or to the left, that you may prosper wherever you go.
8 This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate in it day and night, that you may observe to do according to all that is written in it.

For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success.
9 Have I not commanded you? Be strong and of good courage; do not be afraid, nor be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”

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Those who seek me early will find Me…

God promises to be with us ALWAYS, but what is our level of commitment to Him, and how badly are we thirsting after Him, who gave His ALL for us?

Psalm 16:7-8
The Message (MSG)

7-8 The wise counsel God gives when I’m awake
is confirmed by my sleeping heart.

Day and night I’ll stick with God;
I’ve got a good thing going and I’m not letting go.

This is the challenge for each of us each morning…

‘…The night seemed far too short, and the bed was awfully cozy.

After all, it was still dark outside, but in the quiet stillness of the morning the last part of Proverbs 8:17 flashed into my mind, proclaiming:

“Those that seek me early shall find me.

”Then in my heart, I cried out: “Father, I want to find thee this morning…”

[from “Those that Seek Me Early” by Rebekah Robinson | URL:]


The question is, can we afford not to start our day with God every morning?

If He’s making Himself available to us, woe to us if we don’t take advantage of this opportunity each and every day of our life.

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God is our Strong Tower and ever-present help in our time of need…

The Spirit Filled Believer

“The Egyptians whom you see today, you shall see again no more forever”

(Ex. 14:13-14 NKJ).

How would you like to bid a “final farewell” to your problems as you go on to your promised land?

How would you like to say goodbye forever to worry, fear, and anxiety? To cancer, arthritis, diabetes, heart trouble? To poverty, debt, unemployment, and money worries?

Does this sound too good to be true? Can you accept this promise from the Lord:

“…the Egyptians whom you see today, you shall see again no more forever?” Can you claim this promise without a qualifying “Yes, but….?”

In Biblical topology, Egypt is a picture of the world system and everything related to it.

When we read that Israel was told not to look to Egypt for help (Isa. 30:2), it is a message for us today to rely completely upon the Lord as our sole source of supply.

Israel was warned of the Lord:

“…the Egyptians shall help in vain and to no purpose” (Isa. 30:7 NKJ).

So Egypt can be compared to dependence upon man and man’s resources. Such faith is always misplaced. We Christians are urged to put our TOTAL trust in the Lord.

Biblical Egypt also represents the opposition and hostility shown to God’s people, as in Moses’ day.

This situation can be likened to the modern-day problems we Christians face with persecution, poverty, pressure, and life’s adversity.

Praise God, there is a time of deliverance. No trouble was ever intended to be permanent. The “Egyptians” you see today, you will see no more. The problems you have been facing up till now, you will never face again.

Source: The Spirit-Filled Believer’s Daily Devotional by Dick Mills


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