Delusional prophets and other leaders who are not under the influence of The Holy Ghost will allow Satan to use them against The Will of God!
Delusional, according to Webster’s dictionary means to be characterized by or holding idiosyncratic (peculiar) beliefs or impressions that are contradicted by reality or rational argument, typically as a symptom of mental disorder. As well as faulty judgement.
The LORD spoke to me that many in this hour who have over-reigned The Holy Ghost or who have failed to obey God, are guilty of allowing a voice other than The Holy Spirit to lead them in this hour, just as King Saul did when he was king.
You see, Saul was so focused on being King that he forgot that he was called by God and began to do things on his own, rather than allowing God to lead him!
Saul, when he was King, failed to realize that his power was limited and God’s unlimited. Whenever God and Samuel tried to reign him in, Saul would always take it upon himself to do things his own way.
Time after time he found himself being disobedient, until God got tired and decided the kingdom and seat he had would be passed on to somebody better than him! Which was David!
This angered Saul and because of his continued rebellion, God allowed an evil spirit to harass King Saul. This spirit was one of both delusion and paranoia!
You see, God took something from King Saul that he couldn’t keep, which was the Spirit of God, and placed it upon David. As a result, David grew more and more in both wisdom and might, leaving Saul to hate David even more!
After David realized King Saul hated him, David got away and escaped to the Cave of Adullam. When his brothers and others associated with his family heard where he was, they came down and joined him.
You can only hide so long, until the real ‘you’ comes to surface! King Saul had almost everyone in his kingdom thinking David was the problem, until God got tired of his paranoia and delusional thoughts and exposed King Saul!
“David left his parents in the care of the king of Moab. They stayed there all through the time David was hiding out.
The prophet Gad told David, “Don’t go back to the cave. Go to Judah.” David did what he told him. He went to the forest of Hereth.
Then Saul got word of the whereabouts of David and his men. He was sitting under the big oak on the hill at Gibeah at the time, spear in hand, holding court, surrounded by his officials.
He said, “Listen here, you Benjaminites! Don’t think for a minute that you have any future with the son of Jesse! Do you think he’s going to hand over choice land, give you all influential jobs? Think again. Here you are, conspiring against me, whispering behind my back-not one of you is man enough to tell me that my own son is making deals with the son of Jesse, not one of you who cares enough to tell me that my son has taken the side of this, this . . . outlaw!”
Then Doeg the Edomite, who was standing with Saul’s officials, spoke up: “I saw the son of Jesse meet with Ahimelech son of Ahitub, in Nob. I saw Ahimelech pray with him for GOD’s guidance, give him food, and arm him with the sword of Goliath the Philistine.”
Saul sent for the priest Ahimelech son of Ahitub, along with the whole family of priests at Nob. They all came to the king.
Saul said, “You listen to me, son of Ahitub!”
“Certainly, master,” he said. “Why have you ganged up against me with the son of Jesse, giving him bread and a sword, even praying with him for GOD’s guidance, setting him up as an outlaw, out to get me?”
Ahimelech answered the king, “There’s not an official in your administration as true to you as David, your own son-in-law and captain of your bodyguard. None more honorable either. Do you think that was the first time I prayed with him for God’s guidance? Hardly!
But don’t accuse me of any wrongdoing, me or my family. I have no idea what you’re trying to get at with this ‘outlaw’ talk.'”
The king said, “Death, Ahimelech! You’re going to die-you and everyone in your family!”
The king ordered his henchmen, “Surround and kill the priests of GOD! They’re hand in glove with David. They knew he was running away from me and didn’t tell me.” But the king’s men wouldn’t do it. They refused to lay a hand on the priests of GOD.
Then the king told Doeg, “You do it — massacre the priests!” Doeg the Edomite led the attack and slaughtered the priests, the eighty-five men who wore the sacred robes. He then carried the massacre into Nob, the city of priests, killing man and woman, child and baby, ox, donkey, and sheep — the works.” 1 Samuel 22:3-19 MSG.
I believe that in this season the space for repentance and a turning away of sin has finally come, and exposure is coming to many whom God has called to be leaders, both in the Church and out of the Church!
We are going to see a changing of the guards!
As I spoke to God this week and I prayed for President Trump, The LORD said to me that much of what has happened to him has been because of a lack of respect, wisdom and a lack of humility!
But how many know that God in His sovereignty has given us all a time of grace and space to learn, not only our jobs, but who He is in us and who we are in Christ. So I compel you to pray for our President and all that are in authority! (1 Timothy 2:1-3)
I can remember when I myself was learning a new job, whether in Church or in the world, there was always a grace period to become familiar with the responsibilities of being accountable in that position.
In learning who I was in Christ (or on the natural job) and who He was in me, I made mistakes and I did things that were not necessarily sins, but it was a time of learning and growth.
But for some of us as leader, grace and mercy is about to run out as it did for King Saul, who allowed his paranoia and delusional behaviors to cause him to rise up and not only to kill David an innocent man but the priests of God also!
King Saul was not alone, he had some pit bulldogs who also worked for him to help bring havoc and chaos on anybody who spoke on David’s behalf!
When folks hate you, I don’t care how much or little you have, they will do all they can to murder you and to assassinate your character, either privately or openly as Jezebel did Naboth, because he refused to sell his vineyard to Ahab so they did everything in their power to acquire it!
Jezebel and Ahab are still working behind the scenes to acquire the vineyard of those that God had called into leadership, but like the Prophet Elijah leaders are going to have to pray that God will release a strong Jehu Anointing in this season, because this battle is for both life and death in this season, and this is a stronghold that Satan doesn’t intend on backing up from, because the inheritance he is fighting for is your God given destiny!
King Saul knew God was no longer on his side and he had lost his identity and destiny in God — and what better way to secure it than to kill David, the chosen vessel of God!
~ Apostle Geraldine Fisher
Apostle Geraldine Fisher has a World-Wide-Social Media Net-Work Ministry. As a Missionary, God moved her into the Office of a Prophet, revealing to her the qualities of a True prophet, humility, humiliation, loving others, interceding in prayer, as she keeps her own life clean to accurately hear from God. Since hearing the audible voice of God calling her to ministry, she’s been called to intercede and pray for others in ministry as God speaks, instructs, directs and gives prophetic words for her to give to others. God promised He would bring her to sit and to learn before great men, all of which He did!