“Call Me and I will run and embrace your poor wretched soul and take you, lead you and bring you to your eternal salvation.”


JtM Prayer Group on Monday 19th Dec. 2022

Prayer Theme: Faith, Family, Nations
Bible Reading: 1 Kings 20
Book of Truth: 3rd Sept. 2013Comment: The readings seem to echo our theme today.

The bible today tells the story of an evil king and the king of Israel. It is a story of how God loves His people, and gives them many chances. He doesn’t listen and God sends His prophets to tell him how to fight. He gets it wrong over and over again. God warns him that the enemy will attack again, and when. He has an enormous victory but believes the words of the evil king and releases him. In the end, the prophet told the Israelite king that because he set him free, he would pay with his life.

This  scenario has many similarities  and lessons for us today. God loves His people, and He warns us over and over again. Our “kings”  (government leaders, spiritual leaders,) turn a blind eye and do not listen. Some have joined the enemy, others are just gullible, or have no courage to fight for their people.

God has many prophets warning us today, and telling us what to expect and how to fight. It is a spiritual war, and our weapons are spiritual.

Bible Reading

1 Kings 20:

See   https://bible.usccb.org/bible/1kings/20

This is a very long reading about an evil king  –  Ben-hadad, king of Aram, and Ahab, king of Israel. The former requested that Ahab hand over all his gold and silver, wives and children. Ahab agreed to this, but the next day, Ben-Hadad sent a message that he would come and ransack their houses and seize whatever was valuable. …

” 7.The king of Israel then summoned all the elders of the land and said: “Understand clearly that this man is intent on evil. When he sent to me for my wives and children, my silver and my gold, I did not refuse him.”
8 All the elders and all the people said to him, “Do not listen. Do not give in.”
The kings sent messengers to each other regarding the situation. …

“13. Then a prophet came up to Ahab, king of Israel, and said: “The LORD says, Do you see all this vast army? Today I am giving it into your power, that you may know that I am the LORD.”

14 But Ahab asked, “Through whom will it be given over?” He answered, “The LORD says, Through the aides of the provincial governors.” Then Ahab asked, “Who is to attack?” He replied, “You are.”
15So Ahab mustered the aides of the provincial governors, two hundred thirty-two of them. Behind them he mustered all the Israelite soldiery, who numbered seven thousand in all.
16* They marched out at noon, while Ben-hadad was drinking heavily in the pavilions with the thirty-two kings who were his allies.
17When the aides of the provincial governors marched out first, Ben-hadad received word, “Some men have marched out of Samaria.”
18He answered, “Whether they have come out for peace or for war, take them alive.”
19But when these had come out of the city—the aides of the provincial governors with the army following them—
20 each of them struck down his man. The Arameans fled with Israel pursuing them, while Ben-hadad, king of Aram, escaped on a chariot horse.
21Then the king of Israel went out and destroyed the horses and chariots. Thus he inflicted a severe defeat on Aram.
God had given the Israelite king victory, but he let Ben-Hadad escape. So he sent his prophet again:
22 Then the prophet approached the king of Israel and said to him:“Go, regroup your forces. Understand clearly what you must do, for at the turning of the year the king of Aram will attack you.”
Indeed, the evil king had evil plans, and planned to attack and mustered his troops. God sent His prophet again to
“28 A man of God approached and said to the king of Israel: “The LORD says, Because Aram has said the LORD is a god of mountains, not a god of plains, I will give all this vast army into your power that you may know I am the LORD.”
On the seventh day battle was joined, and the Israelites struck down one hundred thousand foot soldiers of Aram in one day.
30 The survivors fled into the city of Aphek, where the wall collapsed on twenty-seven thousand of them. Ben-hadad, too, fled, and took refuge within the city, in an inner room.”

The Israelite king was fooled again and took the word of the evil king. in the end he was released. Ahab was subject to more prophetic condemnation:

Read verses 35-41. He had not learnt his lesson.
” 42 He said to him: “The LORD says, Because you have set free the man I put under the ban, your life shall pay for his life, your people for his people.”43 Disturbed and angry, the king of Israel set off for home and entered Samaria.”

Reading from the Book of Truth

Your life is but just a fleeting moment in your entire lifetime. You are in exile

3 September 2013 @ 4:45pm; Message 0898

My dearly beloved daughter, it is My greatest desire to Call out to people all over the world, who have cut Me out of their lives, to come back to Me. Many souls, led by the idea that God may not in fact exist, have decided to forget about Me, their beloved Jesus. I fret for these poor, confused people because I love them dearly and miss their company.

If you have wandered away from Me and find it difficult to reconcile your view of a modern fast-paced world with a simple belief in Me, Jesus Christ, then let Me help you to understand. You are separated from Me because of sin. When sin blights your soul, a darkness descends upon it and this makes it difficult to accept the Light of God. When this happens, your heart becomes hardened. And then your intellect becomes involved and this is when you will mistakenly believe that God could not exist, because logic dictates that He can’t.

Your life is but just a fleeting moment in your entire lifetime. You are in exile. The Truth lies in the future, when you will finally come home to God in your natural state. I understand how hard it is for man to remain close to Me as he faces so many distractions, temptations and darkness on Earth.

When you feel you cannot feel My Presence or My Love, I want you to recite this –

Crusade Prayer (119) To feel the Love of Jesus

Jesus help me, I am so confused.
My heart won’t open to You. My eyes can’t see You.
My mind blocks You. My mouth cannot utter words to comfort You.
My soul is clouded with darkness.
Please take pity on me, a poor sinner. I am helpless, without Your Presence.
Fill me with Your Graces, so that I have the courage to reach out to You, to beg You for Mercy. 
Help me, Your lost disciple, who loves You, but who no longer feels love stir in my heart, to see and accept the Truth. Amen.

It is not easy to be in union with Me. You must persevere until you feel My Presence in your soul. Call Me and I will run and embrace your poor wretched soul and take you, lead you and bring you to your eternal salvation. No matter what you have done, you must never be afraid to call to Me. I respond to every sinner, no matter who they are. Not one of you is without the stain of sin. I await your call.

Your Jesus

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