The Lord says: Let Them Go!


I saw a strange vision, very clear all through!  I saw a person trying to escape from another person.  It looked like they were glued to one another!

Thus saith the Lord: “I command the leaders of My Church to let go of those whom I call into a ministry!

They are not yours, but Mine,” says the Lord.

“Ordain them and send them out as I gave you clear signs that they do have a calling!

Instead of holding them back, you need to set them free!  As long as YOU are busy with the number of people who attend MY (not yours) church, the growth you are longing for, will not come!

As soon as YOUR heart is ONE with Mine you do not care how many people are coming, but you will serve that one lost little lamb!  As soon as I see the change in your attitude and behavior I will bring more sheep!

To those who are more busy with the building instead of MY sheep I suggest you better find yourself a job in real estate!

I want to lead MY FLOCK through those who died to self and know MY Heart!  Make up your mind, for if you are not willing to change, I will soon replace you for someone I can trust!”


Blessings and Shalom over you!
~ Mamme Devorah
Called by Yeshua by the will of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
“Adversity is the spark that lights the matches, to glow the fire of self-confidence,”   Catharina Schouten.

Catharina Schouten-MeijerCatharina Schouten–Meijer (Mamme Devorah) is the founder of Dezerto Floro Foundation – Desert Flower. Blossoming despite hardship!  She encourages, inspires, teaches, and is training and equipping people.  She goes wherever the Father is sending her! She is sent in the Biblical way.  In 1995 the Holy Spirit set her apart, for the work to which He has called her.  Pastor Hendrik – Jan van Mourik – Restoration Church – in the Netherlands, sent her in the apostolic and prophetic ministry in 2006.  Rev. Paul van Beek God’s Outreach Ministry Int. sent her in the Deborah call in 2011.  Ministry mandate: Isaiah 45 Deliverance, Rebuilding, Restoration.

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