- Jim Corbett
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“Storm clouds are on the horizon. What are you going to do to prepare? Are you going to stock up for yourself, so that you can have enough when others have nothing? My church has done that too often in the past. I prosper them and they pad their own rest areas. You may not do that if you wish to have peace during the times ahead. I will not honor your selfishness. I will not honor the attitude of “hunkering down” when there is so much to do. The times ahead are windows of opportunity. They are important seasons to tell others of My love. They are harvest times. Many souls will be thirsty for My living water.
"Be assured of this one thing; take it to your heart. If you attempt to provide for yourself during these times instead of preparing to provide for others, I will not protect what you have stored up in your many barns. I will, in fact, send the worm and the plague to devour what you are attempting to hoard and hide from those who need it to share My Word. You will not be part of what I am doing and will spend your time in fear of loss, because you haven’t learned the perfect love of My Son. He gave everything away, even His life. Don’t tell Me that you are following Him if you act the opposite of how He told you to act.
"Study His life now. Prepare to provide for those who need to hear what I have to say in the times ahead. The lonely will need My comfort. You comfort them as Jesus would. Those who fear will need to see the kind of strength that trusts Me and Me alone for safety. That kind of strength took Jesus to the cross. I have been calling My church to prepare for some time now. Few are responding. My patience is running out. Soon I will take from those who have and give to those who will be true stewards of My property.”
Revelation 3:15-19 NIV
15) “I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot, I wish you were either one or the other!
16) So, because you are lukewarm-neither hot nor cold-I am about to spit you out of my mouth.
17) You say, ‘I am rich; I have acquired wealth and do not need a thing.’ But you do not realize that you are wretched, pitiful, poor, blind and naked.
18) I counsel you to buy gold from me refined in the fire, so you can become rich, and white clothes to wear, so you can cover your shameful nakedness; and salve to put on your eyes, so you can see.
19) Those whom I love I rebuke and discipline. So be earnest, and repent.”
A while back, I had this dream. Because of what has been told to me in the above paragraph, I am sure of what the dream means. I pity anyone who is holding back the Lord’s provisions for the sake of his or her own gain.
There was a very large valley surrounded by majestic mountains. On one end there was a small area to enter the valley. The mountain tops were very fertile, and each had many streams that were supposed to irrigate the valley, but all of them were dammed up by the people living on top of the mountain. The water was so abundant that it was backed up and seeping through cracks and over the top of the dams. People up there were very fat and working feverishly to make more room for the water on top of the mountain. They were eating sandwiches, one after another, while they were working.
The valley was a very dry field of long grass. Many people were flowing in and out of the valley. They came in with empty glasses and left with small amounts of water in them. While they were in the valley, the valley workers spent time catching the drips from the overflow from the dam, and calling to the mountain people, asking if they would release some of the water. The mountain people wouldn’t release any more than a very small amount even though they had much more than they needed to survive. They were feverishly working to build more room for the water.
The dream then shifted to a sweet, peaceful rain. It rained only in the valley. The rain continued for many months until the valley was plush with vegetation, the tall grass now brilliant blooming flowers.
Many thirsty people came to the valley with giant buckets, large containers, and vessels of all sizes. Each left with their containers overflowing. I sensed that they were taking them to other dry valleys.
Because it did not rain in the mountains, the mountain people had to use up their rivers and streams until they were completely dry. The dream ended with the mountain people lying on scorched land, too weak to call for help and too proud to roll down the mountain into the valley.
Lord, break my heart for this mission field,