The LORD has asked me to share this event exactly as it happened yesterday – I choose to obey.
Yesterday, I honored an invitation to minister to a large group of Kenyan women in Georgia, US. The meeting was supposed to touch on ‘issues affecting women,’ but when I went into the opening prayer, the SPIRIT was so heavy on me, and I began to mourn and wail and I cried non-stop.
I could not stop, because I was overwhelmed by grief concerning Kenya. (It must have surprised some, but many joined me in crying too).
As I was still in the Spirit and in between lots of unstoppable tears, I then started speaking to the people who were mostly Kenyan women, asking them this,
“What if what happened to RWANDA happens in Kenya?
What if the situation becomes so bad, that people are openly maimed and killed?
What if we are forced to flee like the Rwandans did during the genocide?”
I started to shout telling them to, “PRAY, PRAY, PRAY – it is NOT well with our nation.”
I think at some point, they thought I had lost my mind, because I was banging the table as I knelt down covered in tears, pleading with Jehova and saying,
“Yes we have sinned. We are filthy in all ways, we are greedy, corrupt, sexually immoral, liars, mockers of God, tribal. …(I mentioned an endless list of sins).
But God please spare us!”
I cried for long and did what Abraham did about Sodom; negotiated with God as the other ladies also pleaded for mercy.
I have now woken up with a big headache and realized I hardly slept, because God replayed all these events to me and I found myself interceding for our nation, but I kept repeating those words in my sleep, “WHAT HAPPENED IN RWANDA WILL NOT HAPPEN IN KENYA.”
We are a nation that is facing a national threat, just like it was in the days of Esther, but we cannot panic, despair or loose hope because of how bad it looks.
God is warning us of how bad things can get, but He knows that if we sincerely cry and plead for his mercy,he will not ignore us.
“To the LORD our God belong mercies and forgivenesses, though we have rebelled against him,” Daniel 9:9.
God told me that if the women can cry like HANNA and intercession can be more tears than words, then He shall hear.
Unfortunately most of us saying that we are repenting are only repeating the words, ‘We repent, we repent, we repent…. LORD, remember mercy.” But these words come from the MOUTH and not the HEART.
We cannot say it was genuine repentance and yet no one even dropped a tear. Women and also men arise in spirit-led tears and CRY, because the LORD wants this from us at this hour.Let’s put ego,style and class aside and lay prostrate on the floors as we plead for Kenya.
Kenya will be saved by our inner voices-voices that groan in the spirit. Do not get weary and do not despair – Kenya can be saved.
The Spirit of God keeps reminding me that we cannot pray from a place of FEAR and yet expect answers. Let us not be Fearful instead go by this word:
“Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need,” Hebrews 4:16.
Lets us approach the throne of grace with boldness
I will keep speaking what I receive for the sake of Kenya.
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I cannot stop praying after what the LORD shared with me today concerning the plan of the enemy against our nation. I am asking us to just listen.
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~ Esther Hadassah
Revivalist & Apostolic servant of Jesus Christ
Esther 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.