3 Words in 1
Stop the Merchandising!
“Saints, the true apostles and prophets are not charging you to mentor you or train and equip you!
There is a higher realm of My Glory, where I will bring the wealth to do My Work.
Get on your faces and seek Me in fasting and prayer and lay down your lives to birth the genuine move of God in your nation.
Pray for those who are doing the merchandising, for Godly sorrow that they may repent and go back to their first love.
But do not follow them and pay for your equipping. Those are Babylonian ways and not My ways,” says the LORD.
“I AM shaking My Church and spiritually coming to drive the money changers out of My temple, and I AM releasing My Judgement upon the merchandising spirit,” says the LORD.
A Prayer for the Church in America
Heavenly Father, we ask that You forgive us for losing focus and seeking mammon more than You.
Forgive us, for our lukewarm ways and complacency and political correctness and our prayerlessness as a whole.
We desperately need a move of God that will bring a impact on the moral climate of our nation.
We need a revival in our homes, marriages and families.
Pour out Your Spirit upon our sons and daughters, for the youth in our nation have never seen a genuine move of Your Power.
Do not let them perish!
We ask for rain in the time of the latter rains.
Pour out fresh fire and oil on every true apostle, prophet, teacher, pastor and evangelist in your Church and your Holy Remnant.
Let the fire and mantle of revival come upon your sons and the remnant, to bring forth the move of God and awakening our desires, In the precious name of Jesus Christ, our LORD and Saviour.
Saints, the doctrine of “we wrestle” not is a doctrines of demons.
The Church and any so called apostle who does not do warfare, is a false apostle.
The Kingdom of Heaven suffereth violence and the violent take it by force.
We must fast and pray and do warfare to bring the revival and awakening we want to see in our nation.
The doctrine of “soaking” is a doctrine of devils.
Is it good to soak or wait in His presence once you have prayed through? Yes, after we have prayed through.
“For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high [places],” Ephesians 6:12.
~ Kevin Nugent
An apostle of the LORD.