A Vision of Wounded Eagles

 

Just had an inward vision now, while worshipping, The LORD travelling to Abuja to receive my Mom Marilyn Glaspie at the airport.

I saw eagles everywhere.  So beautiful to look upon, and then I suddenly realized that some of the eagles were bleeding, because they have been wounded.

I saw other eagles who were not wounded move closer to the wounded ones, and I heard the words spoken to the wounded eagles, “We are eagles despite the wounds.”

Now these eagles did something strange, they helped carry their fellow wounded eagles away from the battle ground, until they could fly again.

This is the word of The LORD to His eagle soldiers:

“Even as you saw what the eagles did for the wounded, so must you do for the wounded in your midst.  You are in a battlefield.  Any one of you can be wounded by the enemies.

You must help the wounded and not abandon them to die of their wounds – like the parable of the good Samaritan.  

But My people have developed the attitude of the Priests and the Levites who looked other ways and not on the wounded man.

You celebrated these wounded eagles at a point before they were wounded.  Why kill them with words of mouth and your holier than thou attitudes?

I want My people to be lovers and not just preachers says, The LORD!”

My heart melts, beloved.  Let us be up and around the wounded and give them a chance to be healed!  When Paul was stoned by the gentiles, people thought he was dead, but for the brethren who came around him, took him, nursed and tended his wounds, he would have died…

The wounded eagle will still soar…..

 

~  by Mark Cyril


Pastor Mark Cyril Author, teacher, motivational and conference speaker, Pastor Mark Cyril is the international President of CYRIL MARK WORLD EVANGELISM – an independent ministry taking the message of the cross across the Nations turning many in their numbers to salvation through Jesus Christ. He is also the Senior Pastor of Revelation Apostolic Community; an apostolic and Prophetic Word based ministry in Abuja the capital city of Nigeria – West Africa.

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