“Do Not Forget Me!” says The LORD.
In a Vision this morning, I saw David returning to Jerusalem after Absalom tried to steal the throne and the aftermath. (2 Samuel 15:4-18, 25-29; 16:15-23; 17:14-23; 18:4-17, 27-33; 19:14-15)
Although David returned to reign again, it wasn’t without pain, harm, suffering, and great loss to David and to the nation and her people.
I believe David in this Vision, represents Donald Trump, and the Nation and people represent the USA and her people in many ways.
Then I heard The LORD clearly say, “Yes, your beloved President, Donald Trump, will return. Do not doubt it.
I have put things in order, even though the enemy is doing all he can to upend everything in his efforts to control the world.
Be wise in your words and actions. Don’t let the enemy use your pride or ignorance to rule you. Seek Me for WISDOM.
Do not fear. I’ve got it.
Much change comes in the next few months and great celebrations in My fall feasts.
Though I return your President, DO NOT FORGET ME.
Do NOT make of him a god to be worshiped.
Do NOT make of him a king.
Remember what happened when My people rejected My prophets and wanted a king? (1 Samuel 8:4-22)
Do not bring further destruction upon yourselves.
Worship Me. Stay focused on Me. I AM YOUR ALL IN ALL.”
This link — Jewish Holidays in 2022 — will give you information on GOD’S FALL FEASTS. Start with. ROSH HASHANA and move through to SUKKOT.
All Scriptures are AMPC
“Absalom added, Oh, that I were judge in the land! Then every man with any suit or cause might come to me and I would do him justice!
Whenever a man came near to do obeisance to him, he would put out his hand, take hold of him, and kiss him. Thus Absalom did to all Israel who came to the king for judgment. So Absalom stole the hearts of the men of Israel.
After [four] years, Absalom said to the king, I pray you, let me go to Hebron [his birthplace] and pay my vow to The LORD.
For your servant vowed while I dwelt at Geshur in Syria, If The LORD will bring me again to Jerusalem, then I will serve The LORD [by offering a sacrifice].
The king said to him, Go in peace. So he arose and went to Hebron.
But Absalom sent secret messengers throughout all the tribes of Israel, saying, As soon as you hear the sound of the trumpet, then say, Absalom is king at Hebron.
With Absalom went 200 men from Jerusalem, who were invited [as guests to his sacrificial feast]; and they went in their simplicity, and they knew not a thing.
While Absalom was offering the sacrifices, he sent for Ahithophel the Gilonite, David’s counselor, from his city Giloh. The conspiracy was strong; the people with Absalom increased continually.
There came a messenger to David, saying, The hearts of the men of Israel have gone after Absalom.
David said to all his servants who were with him at Jerusalem, Arise and let us flee, or else none of us will escape from Absalom. Make haste to depart, lest he overtake us suddenly and bring evil upon us and smite the city with the sword.
The king’s servants said to the king, Behold, your servants are ready to do whatever my lord the king says.
So the king and all his household after him went forth. But he left ten women who were concubines to keep the house. The king went forth with all the people after him, and halted at the last house.
All David’s servants passed on beside him, along with [his bodyguards] all the Cherethites, Pelethites; also all the Gittites, 600 men who came after him from Gath, passed on before the king……
….. Then the king told Zadok, Take back the ark of God to the city. If I find favor in The LORD’s eyes, He will bring me back and let me see both it and His house.
But if He says, I have no delight in you, then here I am; let Him do to me what seems good to Him.
The king also said to Zadok the priest, Are you not a seer? [You and Abiathar] return to the city in peace, and your two sons with you, Ahimaaz your son and Jonathan son of Abiathar.
See, I will wait at the fords [at the Jordan] of the wilderness until word comes from you to inform me.
Therefore Zadok and Abiathar carried the ark of God back to Jerusalem. And they remained there.” 2 Samuel 15:4-18,24-29.
“Absalom and all the people, the men of Israel, came to Jerusalem and Ahithophel with him.
When Hushai the Archite, David’s friend, came to Absalom, Hushai said to [him], Long live the king! Long live the king!
Absalom said to Hushai, Is this your kindness and loyalty to your friend? Why did you not go with your friend?
Hushai said to Absalom, No, for whom The LORD and this people and all the men of Israel choose, his will I be, and with him I will remain.
Again, whom should I serve? Should it not be his son? As I have served your father, so will I serve you.
Then Absalom said to Ahithophel, Give your counsel. What shall we do?
Ahithophel said to Absalom, Go in to your father’s concubines whom he has left to keep the house; and all Israel will hear that you are abhorred by your father. Then the hands of all who are with you will be made strong.
So they spread for Absalom a tent on the top of the [king’s] house, and Absalom went in to his father’s harem in the sight of all Israel.
The counsel of Ahithophel in those days was as if a man had consulted the word of God; so was all Ahithophel’s counsel considered both by David and by Absalom.” 2 Samuel 16:15-23.
“Absalom and all the men of Israel said, The counsel of Hushai the Archite is better than that of Ahithophel. For The LORD had ordained to defeat the good counsel of Ahithophel, so that The LORD might bring evil upon Absalom.
Then said Hushai to Zadok and Abiathar the priests, Thus and thus did Ahithophel counsel Absalom and the elders of Israel, and thus and thus have I counseled.
Now send quickly and tell David, Lodge not this night at the fords [at the Jordan] of the wilderness, but by all means pass over, lest the king be swallowed up and all the people with him.
Now [the youths] Jonathan and Ahimaaz stayed at En-rogel, for they must not be seen coming into the city. But a maidservant went and told them, and they went and told King David.
But a lad saw them and told Absalom; but they left quickly and came to the house of a man in Bahurim, who had a well in his court, and they went down into it.
The woman spread a covering over the well’s mouth and spread ground corn on it; and the thing was not discovered.
For when Absalom’s servants came to the woman at the house, they said, Where are Ahimaaz and Jonathan? The woman said to them, They went over the brook of water. When they had sought and could not find them, they returned to Jerusalem.
After they had departed the boys came up out of the well and went and told King David, and said, Arise and pass quickly over the river Jordan; for thus and so has Ahithophel counseled against you.
David arose and all the people with him and passed over the Jordan. By daybreak, not one was left who had not crossed.
But when Ahithophel saw that his counsel was not followed, he saddled his donkey, went home to his city, put his household in order, and hanged himself and died, and was buried in the tomb of his father.” 2 Samuel 17:14-23.
“The king said to them, Whatever seems best to you I will do. So he stood beside the gate, and all the army came out by hundreds and by thousands.
The king commanded Joab, Abishai, and Ittai, saying, Deal gently for my sake with the young man Absalom. All the people heard when the king gave orders to all the commanders about Absalom.
So the army went out into the field against Israel, and the battle was fought in the forest of Ephraim. [Absalom’s] men of Israel were defeated by the servants of David, and there was a great slaughter that day of 20,000 men.
For the battle spread over the face of all the country, and the forest devoured more men that day than did the sword.
Then Absalom [unavoidably] met the servants of David. Absalom rode on a mule, and the mule went under the thick boughs of a great oak, and Absalom’s head caught fast [in a fork] of the oak; and the mule under him ran away, leaving him hanging between the heavens and the earth.
A certain man saw it and told Joab, Behold, I saw Absalom hanging in an oak.
Joab said to the man, You saw him! Why did you not strike him down to the ground? I would have given you ten shekels of silver and a girdle.
The man told Joab, Though I should receive 1,000 pieces of silver, yet I would not put forth my hand against the king’s son. For in our hearing the king charged you, Abishai, and Ittai, Have a care, whoever you be, for the young man Absalom.
Otherwise, if I had dealt falsely against his life—for nothing is hidden from the king—you yourself would have taken sides against me
Joab said, I will not tarry thus with you. He took three darts in his hand and thrust them into the body of Absalom while he was yet alive in the midst of the oak.
Ten young men, Joab’s armor-bearers, surrounded and struck Absalom and killed him.
16 Then Joab blew the trumpet, and the troops returned from pursuing Israel, for Joab restrained and spared them.
They took Absalom and cast him into a great pit in the forest and raised a very great heap of stones upon him. All Israel fled, everyone to his own home.
The watchman said, I think the man in front runs like Ahimaaz son of Zadok. The king said, He is a good man and comes with good tidings.
Ahimaaz called and said to the king, All is well! He fell down to the ground on his face before the king and said, Blessed be The LORD your God, Who has shut up the men who lifted up their hands against my lord the king.
The king said, Is the young man Absalom safe? Ahimaaz answered, When Joab sent the king’s servant and me, your servant, I saw a great tumult, but I do not know what it was.
The king told him, Turn aside; stand here. He turned aside and stood still.
Behold, the Cushite (Ethiopian) came, and he said, News, my lord the king! For The LORD has delivered you this day from all who rose up against you.
The king said to the Cushite, Is the young man Absalom safe? The Cushite replied, May the enemies of my lord the king and all who rise against you to do evil be like that young man is.
The king was deeply moved and went up to the chamber over the gate and wept. As he went, he said, O my son Absalom, my son, my son Absalom! Would to God I had died for you, O Absalom, my son, my son!” 2 Samuel 18:4-17.
“So the watchman said, “I think the running of the first is like the running of Ahimaaz the son of Zadok.” And the king said, “He is a good man, and comes with good news.”
So Ahimaaz called out and said to the king, “All is well!” Then he bowed down with his face to the earth before the king, and said, “Blessed be the Lord your God, who has delivered up the men who raised their hand against my lord the king!”
The king said, “Is the young man Absalom safe?”
Ahimaaz answered, “When Joab sent the king’s servant and me your servant, I saw a great tumult, but I did not know what it was about.”
And the king said, “Turn aside and stand here.” So he turned aside and stood still.
Just then the Cushite came, and the Cushite said, “There is good news, my lord the king! For the Lord has avenged you this day of all those who rose against you.”
And the king said to the Cushite, “Is the young man Absalom safe?”
So the Cushite answered, “May the enemies of my lord the king, and all who rise against you to do harm, be like that young man!”
Then the king was deeply moved, and went up to the chamber over the gate, and wept. And as he went, he said thus: “O my son Absalom—my son, my son Absalom—if only I had died in your place! O Absalom my son, my son!”” 2 Samuel 18:27-33.
“He inclined the hearts of all the men of Judah as one man, so they sent word to [him], Return, you and all your servants. So [David] returned and came to the Jordan. Judah came to Gilgal to meet the king to conduct him over the Jordan.” 2 Samuel 19:14-15.
“All the elders of Israel assembled and came to Samuel at Ramah and said to him, Behold, you are old, and your sons do not walk in your ways; now appoint us a king to rule over us like all the other nations.
But it displeased Samuel when they said, Give us a king to govern us. Samuel prayed to The LORD.
The LORD said to Samuel, Hearken to the voice of the people in all they say to you; for they have not rejected you, but they have rejected Me, that I should not be King over them.
According to all the works which they have done since I brought them up out of Egypt even to this day, forsaking Me and serving other gods, so they also do to you.
So listen now to their voice; only solemnly warn them and show them the ways of the king who shall reign over them.
So Samuel told all the words of The LORD to the people who asked of him a king.
He said, These will be the ways of the king who shall reign over you: he will take your sons and appoint them to his chariots and to be his horsemen and to run before his chariots.
He will appoint them for himself to be commanders over thousands and over fifties, and some to plow his ground and to reap his harvest and to make his implements of war and equipment for his chariots.
He will take your daughters to be perfumers, cooks, and bakers.
He will take your fields, your vineyards, and your olive orchards, even the best of them, and give them to his servants.
He will take a tenth of your grain and of your vineyards and give it to his officers and to his servants.
He will take your men and women servants and the best of your cattle and your donkeys and put them to his work.
He will take a tenth of your flocks, and you yourselves shall be his slaves.
In that day you will cry out because of your king you have chosen for yourselves, but The LORD will not hear you then.
Nevertheless, the people refused to listen to the voice of Samuel, and they said, No! We will have a king over us, that we also may be like all the nations, and that our king may judge us and go out before us and fight our battles.”
And Samuel heard all the words of the people, and he repeated them in the hearing of The LORD. So The LORD said to Samuel, “Heed their voice, and make them a king.”
And Samuel said to the men of Israel, “Every man go to his city.” 1 Samuel 8:4-19.
God Bless You!
~ Beverly Juelsgaard-Fischer