Saturday, August 1, 2009

"But do you gird your loins; stand up and tell them all that I command you. Jer.1: 17

While I was cleaning an office building with my mom this morning, the Lord gave me a "word". I don't know how to explain how this happens; all I know is that when I get them......He wants me to speak them. So, here it is:

The Lord has gathered his army together. The army of Jesus' and Mary's little ones (actually the word was 'anawim' or at least that's what it sounded like) are being put into position even as we speak. Those who have completely given their lives to the Lord , "the anawim" are going to be used in a powerful way to help crush the head of satan. The little ones will be used to utterly confound the proud. He is pouring a treasury of graces upon these little souls; so be prepared to receive them. We shall see signs and wonders upon this earth that have never before been seen.

Okay, Lord, I printed it. May your Divine Will be done.

10 comments:

  1. And we'll put our complete trust in the Lord and accept His will ... and never stop praying.
    Thank you.

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  2. Bless you, Gabriella, that is exactly what we will do.

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  3. Mary, thank you for passing this message on to me. My daily prayer is to ask God to reveal His will to me and help me to follow it. I never really know if that's what I'm doing, I just trust in Him and then live my life as best I can. What else can I do? I belong to Him and however he chooses to use me, I accept it.

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  4. Anne,
    That's what I do, too. The Lord had never asked me to give a word like this to someone that I don't really know and today He asked it of me twice. Why? I don't know. I kept questioning Him on it and praying about it but He just wants me to trust Him and have great faith in Him. He has a plan for all of us and this plan unfolds slowly before us.Like you, I just accept what he sends even if I don't understand it.

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  5. OK, Mary, are you ready for this? "Anawim" is a Hebrew word. It means "the poor seeking God for deliverance." It's used in the Psalms like 37:11: The anawim (poor meek, lowly, humble) shall inherit the land and shall delight in an abundance of peace." In the Old Testament it came to be used to describe a faithful remnant.

    In the New Testament Jesus said, "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

    There is a web site called "Mary's Anawim" at http://marysanawim.wordpress.com.

    I know this is late because I didn't know you in August, but I believe God wanted me to tell you the word you heard was the one exactly that He wanted you to use. What you reported is in perfect context with the meaning.

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  6. Barb,
    I looked up the word online after I got it and found out the meaning. I thought it was a strange word for the Lord to use, but after I found out what it meant I understood why He used it. He often wants to get a particular point across it seems. Once he had to spell out a word in my head - vellum- I was very surprised the following day when I looked it up online and saw that it was parchment made from lamb or calf skin. That one shocked me because Jesus is the Lamb of God and the Word made Flesh. Maybe He thinks my vocabulary needs building :) It cracks me up when He writes the words in big letters in my head. It's like an automatic spell-check (lol). Thank you for the confirmation and the information, I appreciate it! I found the site by typing in anawim, too.

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  7. Wow Mary...I can so relate to this word you received. The Lord had shown me something similar years ago..and I'm still waiting. :) I have a strong sense of feeling called in he manner of which you wrote about.

    I too have gotten words from the Lord where I didn't know what they meant...and I love going to investigate afterwards! It's amazing when you see how the word applies to the overall word or message. Thank you for posting this.

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  8. Hi, Cheri! I have a feeling God has been doing this worldwide with certain people for reasons known only to Him. I'm always glad to hear from others who have been receiving "words" and dreams. Thank you for commenting :) I always wondered about you when I would read you and Pip's blog. I've always thought of you as the "mysterious Cheri" [lol].

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  9. lol..I don't try to be mysterious...I guess I've always been a private person. It was not easy for me to write some of those posts. But, in reading your blog I'm encouraged and thinking that now is the time to become a little bit more bold and open perhaps. :)

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  10. Cheri,
    I pop onto your site regularly and think that you and pip have a great blog. I'm looking forward to reading future posts by both of you:) The good thing about blogging is:
    It's a good way for people who are quiet and private to reach out to others without feeling pressured or overwhelmed. It's been helpful to me in this way, as I am reserved by nature. It is somewhat anonymous which has allowed me to open up more than I normally would. God works in everyone, luckily :)

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