Prophecy 66 Pagan Practices Open The Door To Your Home
Given to Prophet Shimshon for the Praise, Honor & Glory of ELOHIM (GOD) in Heaven
Written on Nov 1, 2019
“Do not think that I will accuse you to the Father:
there is one that accuseth you,
even Moses, in whom ye trust.”
“Remember the law of my servant Moses,
the decrees and laws I gave him at Horeb for all Israel.
You have let go of the commands of God and are holding on to human traditions.
“For he guards the course of the just and protects the way of his faithful ones.”
I had seen a vision of an angel in the water. He was holding two shields in his hands, one being gold in his right hand, and one silver in his left. I noticed also the word ‘Shema’ and “Moshe” was in my tongues often as we were interceding for the world during the evil holiday of Halloween.
I heard this,
“Hear MY Moshe. (John 5:45)
"If you kept MY Torah, people of this world and received I, YAHUSHUA, I could keep you all safe. But you foolish mothers and fathers handed your children over to the power of the enemy of your souls to be oppressed, afflicted, to kill, to steal and to destroy.
Remember the Torah of my servant Moshe, for MY Moshe of New is coming to judge (Malachi 4:4) Yes Moshe is here. I do drive back the power of darkness away from MY obedient children. This is the vision, dependent upon how obedient you are my children, this determines the protection, for I told you to give up your pagan practices (Mark 7:8) You opened the door to your homes because you would not listen to MY servants the prophets. But because of the intercession, I show mercy. I am coming for a spotless bride. You please ME My children. Heaven stands to applaud you for your intercession this day, the courts of heaven also applaud and thank you."
Note: The interpretation of the vision is, the shield of gold represents the greater protection for YAH’s obedient children. The shield of silver represents the lesser protection for those less obedient. But YAH’s mercy was extended to his children worldwide because of our interceding. (Proverbs 2:8)