“To me this is like the days of Noah, when I swore that the waters of Noah would never again cover the earth. So now I have sworn not to be angry with you, never to rebuke you again,” Isaiah 54:9.
The days of Noah are here — but it is just the beginning.
As we continue through the years, the days of Noah are going to become greater — evil will spread to greater heights.
But like Isaiah 54:9 says, God will not destroy His people as wickedness increases. Instead, Jesus will be saving, protecting, guiding, and healing them.
The Holy Spirit says:
“My People, many wicked things are going on in the Earth and more than you know of. If you had a clue to what was going on, you would think differently about the Earth you are currently living in!
But I have blocked many things from you for your own good, so you won’t fear as much and keep your eyes on Me. I will expose the enemy’s plans but not all at once to you.
First, seek Me. It is not good for you to know all of the bad things going on — it will hurt your soul and that is what I am trying to heal.”
This message from The Holy Spirit is for those who are devastated by ugly events occurring in the news and media:
“You will be okay. I see you hurt and upset and frustrated at what is happening in the world today, but do not worry, for I AM here.
I see what is going on, but I AM not upset. I see it and it breaks My Heart, but I AM not angry at the people. I see them and I see they don’t understand.
Don’t let your heart be saddened in this hour. Commit to Me and I will show you many good things.
You need hope My people. You do not need to know all of the bad things happening. Stay focused on Me and the good things I AM doing and I will give you a sneak peak into what is going on around you.
I Love you and I care about what you see and hear and input into your soul.
I Love you My People. Soon you will be home with Me.”
Note: The Holy Spirit above spoke about one of His emotions: anger. It is important to understand God’s anger correctly or else you will see God as:
1) hateful towards people or
2) inattentive towards injustice — and both of those are untrue.
Remember that God can get angry, but rarely is His anger directed at people, but rather at sin, Satan, false mindsets, or demons affecting a person.
~ Travis Coffey
Travis Coffey was called by Christ to be a prophet. His desire is to help people get informed about who Jesus is, and what is He is doing during these end times.
Travis can be reached directly at his website: “King Jesus”.