“My son, let them not vanish from your sight; Keep sound wisdom and discretion,” Proverbs 3:21.
This a time like nothing we’ve gone through before.
We need to keep our heads about us and not be swayed by fear and many of things that some are saying around us.
I truly believe that this is a dress rehearsal for the very end. I say this because The Almighty in His infinite Wisdom and Mercy is preparing us in this time frame.
Yes, these things that are happening around us are frightening and are unusual, but if we keep our focus upon Him and keep our heads, we will make it through this period of time.
There are always some in our midst that would paint scenes of twisted theories that can’t really be substantiated.
This seems to always be the case when events out-of-the-ordinary come. But you know what… Our Father is still our main stay.
So don’t give in to some of those conspiracies that seem to always come forth around us. We aren’t going to be taken to some death camp and locked up.
We still have some freedoms given to us now. Yes, at some point in time many of those freedoms will be lost, but this is not the time for that.
This is a wake-up call.
Use this time to get your house in order. Even though you may be isolated from others you can still call them or reach out to them in other ways.
There are things you can do at home now, and probably more-often-than-not, you’ve neglected some of those things at home that you once enjoyed doing.
Spend more time in prayer seeking the One that has the solutions for you and the world around you.
Stay informed about the crisis around you, but don’t let your mind and heart fall into fear because of this.
Tell your family that you love them, and take the time to listen to them and be present. While it is always good to be positive and have this type of mindset, we should also be realistic about the ever-present danger around us during this crisis.
While our faith is of utmost importance, wisdom is key, and being able to be sensible and clear-headed during this time, goes a long way.
So don’t neglect the importance of common sense, even though lately it seems to not be very common.
Seek wisdom above all else, and discern what is true and what is not around you.
There are many voices and yet only a few can be trusted. Seek a balance and spit out what sounds wrong, and keep the good.
~ Stephen Hanson
Stephen Hanson ofIn His Truth Ministriescame 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?