“The hearing ear, and the seeing eye, the Lord hath made even both of them” Proverbs 20:12.
“I came as a ransom for many and I laid my life down for all who would come to Me. I came to give life for all. As you enter into this season remember the things that I went through for you. I paid the ultimate price.
But how many have truly embraced the life that I have given unto them? How many have squandered the life that I have given unto them? The life that I gave, I gave for all. And to many that life has been thrown away, and has become like a trash heap beside the road.
You have wanted a life for your own you say. And yet to many of you your life is void and is empty. It has become like a broken cistern. To some of you, I never rose again from the grave. It is just a story that you have read about. It is just a story that you have heard about from your younger days. To some of you I am just like a fable. But what if you believed in this fable, says the Lord? Don’t you know that the same miracles that I wrought when I was upon the earth you can do as well? Would you believe if you saw a child brought back to life? Perhaps if you saw a broken limb healed right before your eyes; perhaps then you would believe.
So, as you enter into this season know indeed that it is a season of miracles. Know that it indeed, is a way that is found in the midst of the desert. Catch a glimpse of what I AM doing in this hour. Catch a glimpse of the panoramic scene. You know of the events that are happening in the world around you. You see tragedy on every street corner. But do you see the blessings? Do you see my new life being poured into a stranger? Do you see the homeless given new hope? Do you see marriages healed? Do you see burdens given over to ME? Do you see the enemy stopped dead in his tracks? Surely, surely my people, there is darkness all around you, but even in the darkest pit my light can come pouring in.
Surely, I have spoken about catastrophes coming. Surely, I have spoken about wars and the rumors of wars. But don’t miss out on all of the blessings that are around you. Surely, have eyes to see. Surely, have eyes to see the dangers ahead, but have eyes to see the blessings as well.”
~ Stephen Hanson
Stephen Hanson of In His Truth Ministries came to the Lord is a special way in 1975 and has been prophesying regularly since. In these end-time birthing pangs we are to be reminded that judgment must first begin with the household of God. Will we be prepared and ready?