Abandon Lot, but Separate in Peace!

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RHEMA –  “I will ‪bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you,”  says The LORD.

Some people have refused to stop cursing you, despite all the warnings the LORD has given.  They have been busy consulting with all manner of witches, warlocks and fetish priests, because they are determined to make you one very miserable human being.  They are enjoying as they make you suffer but NOT ANYMORE,  says the LORD.

Some people have disobeyed and only repaid you EVIL for good but this is not going to continue any further.  They will just have to REAP what they have SOWN for years.

I have no business praying against anyone, but just sharing from the LORD what He feels for those suffering years of witchcraft suppression (those in Africa can relate to this).

While we were yet sinners, God loved us, He is FULL OF MERCY but His love for justice is greater.  He has no favorites; everyone is judged equally.

ANY one suffering from continuous witchcraft attacks knows exactly what the LORD means.

As long as you are not trying to fight anyone by your own might, and as long as you CRY ONLY TO JESUS, you will see this happening for you.

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“Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the LORD,”   Romans 12:19.

“O LORD God, to whom vengeance belongs; O God, to whom vengeance belongs, show yourself,”   Psalm 94:1.

Abandon Lot, but Separate in Peace!

‎”LOT.”  I hear the LORD talking about “LOT.”

The LORD said many of His children have taken a “Lot” with them to the place of their blessing and this has only worked to their own disadvantage.

God has even separated some people from the “lots” but these people still want to cling on those God has separated them from because they cannot logically explain why there was a separation, (Genesis 13).

Lot, in Hebrew, לוֹט, (lôṭ, lote) means a covering; veil-yes these people can really be a dark veil in your life.

Lot is that person you insist on taking with you to the place of blessings, even when God has said, you “take no one”

This could be kind of person you consider your closest, your besty, your confidante, the person you call to tell everything, and the one who seems to be very deep with you.  But the minute your status changes, they seem incapable of handling it.

Your new status becomes a source of irritability offence, arguments, disagreement to them and instead of them being a source of peace, they become your “thorn in the flesh.”

The best thing to do is to SEPARATE in peace, (Genesis 13).


Esther Hadassah
Revivalist & Apostolic servant of Jesus Christ

Esther HadassahEsther Hadassah is an apostolic minister and an end-time revival preacher.  She has been serving in full time prophetic ministry for the past three years.  The LORD has called her to preach the message of the holiness and repentance and to set the captives free.

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Abandon Lot, but Separate in Peace! — 1 Comment

  1. Ty LORD for the first SPOKEN word.  It hit me like whiplash of all witchcraft attacks n warlocks against me,

    Ty used VESSEL