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WORDS OF THE LATTER RAIN

VOLUME 4 ISSUE 5

11/25/2011

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PRAY FOR THE PRISONER

David Nix

Monday, 11/21/2011

"I am the Lord Jesus, your Savior and most gentle shepherd.  These are words to be placed within the Words of the Latter Rain and are words to help my people to grow in their understanding of the power of prayers when spoken in the place of our presence.  My servant of the latter days spoke words yesterday about the sighing of the prisoners.  It is my desire that he include the daily words given at the end of the principles that I shall give unto him.  You must seek our mercy on those who are prisoners unto traditions of darkness, and you must seek that we will turn our hearts unto the lost and that the lost will turn their hearts unto me and my Father.  I give unto you seven principles to help you to seek to help the prisoners who sigh and to help you see the power within you and the role that you have in our harvest of mercy.

1. The power of our word must come alive unto my people for there are nuggets of truth throughout our recorded word.  My servant declared our word and he spoke of the power of Psalm 79.  It is important that you repent of all iniquity and sin and that you seek our tender mercy to prevent your sin.  Position in the light gives power unto your prayers.  Cry out unto us to help you and to deliver you from any wickedness that still holds you captive and seek us to purge you from all sin.  In reverence and humility come before our throne of mercy and love and seek us to hear the sighing of the prisoners and seek us to rescue them and to save them.  I hear the sighs of the prisoner, but your prayers have more power than you see for we desire you to be a part of our great harvest of mercy.

 

2. The words of Psalm 79 were written about Israel and for Jerusalem, but they apply to the condition of my chosen ones who are enslaved unto traditions of darkness that have been passed down through many generations.  Men are the dwelling place of our spirit and your body is our temple.  Physical temples are defiled when men and women do that which is evil.  It matters not that men call evil good for evil remains evil and evil corrupts temples of light.  My inheritance for those living after the formation of the New Covenant has been corrupted by darkness and my temple of faith has been defiled.  Cry out for my people who are prisoners for I hear the sadness that is within.

 

3. Seek eyes to see and ears to hear.  Come unto me and seek me to give you a heart of compassion so that you will see the sadness in the lives of others and will hear the sighs of the prisoners.  Do not be deceived by the appearance of light for even angels of darkness can appear as light.  Within many churches where my name is praised and prayers are spoken, there is much sadness and much darkness.  There are those captive unto darkness passed down in pagan worship, but there are many failed marriages and many who live in open sin and their sin is accepted.  Do not be deceived by smiles that hide a heavy heart of sadness and be not deceived by words spoken by ministers whose spirit is filled with darkness.

 

4. To rescue those who perish you must walk in heavenly light and you must live quiet and blameless lives before me.  See the power in the words written in Philippians 2:15-16.  You must be above reproach for how can you save the captives if you, too, are captive? You must be lights and you must be constant in your light.  Many of the ones who have spoken against evil themselves do evil.  You must be pure and blameless in the midst of a crooked and perverse nation.  You must be gentle and kind.  See the heart that is breaking and cry out from a position deep within the light of heaven, and I will hear and I will answer.

 

5. It is often he who speaks most who should speak less.  There is no power in your words if your life is not a reflection of your words.  Study to be quiet and go about the business of each day with power and stand for light always.  Walk honestly toward those that are without and let your light be an example of truth and justice.  A watchman is upon the wall so the watchman must be heard clearly and a watchman must sound forth with certain sound.  Live a just and righteous life and be the good men and women that I desire you to be for your prayers grow in power as you live a life that is pleasing unto me.  Walk worthy of your calling and walk worthy of the Lord thy God.

 

6. Pray the words as instructed in Psalm 80.  Seek us to turn unto you and seek the heart of the prisoner to turn unto me and my Father.  You must pray for the prisoners you know and you must pray for a nation and a world lost in darkness.  Evil is evil, and no amount of words will change evil into good.  You can rescue the perishing and save them from evil.  Men can turn from evil and repent and bring forth lasting change.  If a sinner will turn toward me, I shall run to him to save him.  Seek light to be sent unto those in darkness so that they can be saved and seek us to quicken them so that they not turn back unto evil and call on our name to lead them unto heavenly light.

 

7. You must hear the sighs of the prisoners and you hear darkness best when you are deep in heavenly light.  Muted light becomes clear when you see from a place of purity and light.  Look to the power of words written by Jude.  You must keep yourselves in the love of my Father and you must seek my mercy to come upon you and upon the prisoner.  Be people of compassion and seek hearts to turn unto us and seek us to save those who are prisoners unto false teachings and unto the evil way.  Listen my people and you shall hear the sighs of the prisoners, and let their tears move you and let their hurts lead you to ache and to long for heavenly mercy to come unto them.  Learn the power of prayers spoken by hearts of compassion spoken deep within the light of my presence.”

 

Monday, October 31, 2011

The Sighing of the Prisoner

 

Psalms 79:8 "O remember not against us former iniquities: let your tender mercies speedily prevent us: for we are brought very low.”

 

Psalms 79:1-2 "O God, the heathen are come into your inheritance; your holy temple have they defiled; they have laid Jerusalem on heaps.  (2) The dead bodies of your servants have they given to be meat unto the fowls of the heaven, the flesh of your saints unto the beasts of the earth.”

 

Psalms 79:10-11 "Wherefore should the heathen say, Where is their God? Let him be known among the heathen in our sight by the revenging of the blood of your servants which is shed.  (11) Let the sighing of the prisoner come before you; according to the greatness of your power preserve you those that are appointed to die.”

 

"I am the Lord Jesus, your Messiah and strong defense, I am your King and your Deliverer. These are words of great power and words that you will use in a sermon in the days ahead. You see the power of the verses given for unto you I speak, and I lead you in spirit, and in thought and word. My people must pray the words of these verses, you, my servant, must pray these words. The sighing of the prisoner is not my people for you are free from darkness and sin and I have given you freedom and liberty. You must repent of all sin and all patterns of sin for it is crucial that you not be encumbered by sins past or future. Pray that forgiveness come and pray that my mercy will prevent you from the path of sin. You must choose but in my yoke you will be free of sin. You know who the prisoners are my servant. They are the ones who have allowed the way of the heathen to corrupt their temples of clay and their worship. After the death of my apostles the heathen did come in and did defile the temple of faith. Those who followed my ways allowed pride and greed to come into their hearts, and in acceptance of others they also came to accept the teachings of pagans, and incorporated sun worship, and worship of false gods and evil practices into their worship of me and my Father. They came into my inheritance, the purity of truth, and corrupted my teachings with the ways of the heathen. Those who stood for light and truth were cast forth and evil and darkness took over the people of my inheritance, those called Christians accepted the evil teachings of darkness.

 

Pray that I rise up against the evil way and avenge the blood of my true servants for evil shall be punished and brought low. Within the Christian faith millions are deceived and they are the prisoners who sigh. They believe in me, and many worship me with true hearts, but they have a corrupt inheritance passed down through generations of false teaching. I hear the sighs of those prisoner to darkness, and I hear the sighs of my people who know in their spirit that something is not right in their worship. You must pray for my great power to rescue them for I hear the sighing of the prisoners. This night millions who claim to be Christians will take their children out to participate in rituals of darkness, and many adults will dress in costumes and dance before the devil and most do this in ignorance and most are prisoners unto false teachings. The sighing of the prisoners comes unto me each day and is a constant river of sadness that flows unto heaven. Cries of sadness and sorrow as those hurting cry out unto me but the greatest sighs come from those filled with pride and arrogance. They speak boldly about abortion and gay rights and speak of my love, that my love embraces all that once was evil. Evil does not change my servant. That which is evil shall always be evil. Men can be rescued from evil, and light can save those who perish,   but evil remains evil. Sin is sin and light does not make sin acceptable. Hear the sighs of the prisoners my people and be the men and women that I have called you to be. Walk in the light as good men and women and obey all that we command. So many are lost in darkness and so many are lost in muted light. Seek to turn the faces of the prisoners so that I might shine my mercy upon them.”

 

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