Prayer Alert for Kenya!


Grieved Prophets of God

Do not mistake Prophets, they take issues very personally.  Things to do with righteousness, that relates to where they are sent, are personal to them and they are always hands-on.

Sometimes it appears as if they have been personally offended where there is compromise, but this is because they feel the heart of God, and probably, just like God is grieved, so to they.

I have seen this between prophet Samuel and King Saul.  The prophet constantly had a bone to pick with the King.  For him, God had rejected the king and the king was now on his own, doing damage to the Kingdom of God.  And so Samuel had a reason to go around telling the people why their king ought not to have been anointed in the first place.  A guy that he had anointed under pressure, was now proving to be who he really was, in true evil colours.

The saga between the prophet could have been the trending on the “media” reportage of that time.  At one time King Saul tried to gain his dignity by appearing to be close to the man of God, but Samuel shook him off and the garment rented.

Intercessors and prophet can only be effected when they exude violent approaches against demonic altars and sin on the land and mark out those in the domain of darkness and ruthless by sword and deal with the ruling spirits behind them.

Carrying Bloody Crucifixes

Be advised about the pictures people have been posting (on Facebook etc.) about people carrying crucifixes with a little blood smear on their backs and bruised body.

Please, that was not what happened to Jesus Christ, the Son of the living God.

Please stop this kind of blasphemy, that dishonors the magnitude and humiliating nature of pain, turmoil and death of our Lord.

The anguish Jesus went through is beyond description.  There is no movie or picture that can accurately explain the reality of these events.  Isaiah 53 says that during the process of his suffering, He had no beauty or majesty to attract us to Him, massively deformed to the point that people literally hid there faces not to look on him.  And Mathew 27:28s records, “They stripped him……”

Missing Prophetic Personal Words

When God is dealing with you or talking to you personally on some issues, those oracles may not be sermon for you to preach to everybody.

Men and women of God go wrong in thinking everything the LORD speaks, must be converted to Sunday sermons.

Those who think God speaks to them, for other people, may sometimes miss on growth or change opportunities that God is availing to them.

Victory has been achieved

There is no doubt Victory has been achieved.   This is Psalms 121, also called the psalm of degrees and today it is a declaration I am making in your life:

The LORD has done great things for you.  The LORD has done great things for you ,and you are filled with joy……  Restore our fortunes, LORD, like streams in the Negev.  Those who sow with tears will reap with songs of joy.  Those who go out weeping, carrying seed to sow, will return with songs of joy, carrying sheaves with them.

Prayer Alert for Kenya!

I see a hill here, I see a hill here in Kenya.

In this dream from the Lord, when He shows me this hill, I looked and I saw a huge snake coiling a round the hill.  People, this was a massive snake.

It had a firm grip on the hill and when it slithered in the rocks, I saw the hill was shaking.

But then I saw the snake coming down to where everybody could see it.  It now amazed me further, because when I again looked, the snake had the eyes of a man.

And in this dream, I thought of weapons that can take this out.  I also understood that the snake was a man in Kenyan Politics.


~ Prophet Peter Odhiambo

Prophet Peter OdhiamboProphet Peter Odhiambo is the founder of Heart Revival Network  International, Kenya  and a Prophetic Endtime Minister of the Gospel.  He preaches in Crusades, open air and Revival meetings.  The LORD continuously shows him concerning apostasy in the Church and the need to prepare the Bride to fit into the Wedding of the Lamb, according to Revelation 19:7-8.

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