“For You have been a strength to the poor,
A strength to the needy in his distress,
A refuge from the storm,
A shade from the heat;
For the blast of the terrible ones is as a storm against the wall” Isaiah 25:4.
“Is there anything I cannot do, says the Lord? Are there any prayers and requests that I cannot answer? Your prayers come to Me upon the wind, says the Lord. Each one of them, I look over. Each one of them is important to Me.
There is nothing that I cannot do. Many of you limit Me, says the Lord. Many of you think that your lives are going to remain the same. I AM the God of miracles. Think back of the things I did for my people in the past. I fed them in the wilderness. I stopped the mouths of lions. I raised up a young shepherd boy from the fields and I made him king. I caused a deliverer to come out of the palaces of Egypt. I spoke to men and called them forth to prophesy. Rivers rose and fell at my command. And in these last days many are called to do the same things.
Who do you run to when the storm comes? What kind of shelter do you have? Do you build your house among the rocks and the trees? Does a bird in the forest warn you of the things to come? Does your knowledge learned in your universities prepare you for these days?
There are wise men and prophets that I have sent out in these days, but many of them are ignored. But you would rather read your books and your reports from your computers. I will ask you again, ‘Do you have shelter from the storm?’ For your houses may be built of wood or stone, but your shelter will not be adequate on that day. For the fury of the oceans will lap against the shores. The ground will quake and will crack open. And many will be running to and fro. But in spite of all these things that are coming, the miracles of the past will pale to what is seen. Many will be healed of their diseases. The lame will walk and the deaf will speak. And whoever calls upon my name will be saved.”
~ Stephen Hanson
Stephen Hanson of In His Truth Ministries came to the LORD is a special way in 1975 and has prophesied regularly since. In these end-time birthing pangs we are reminded that judgment must first begin with the household of God. Will we be prepared and ready?