As you read here, you will eventually find that some of the things that we looked to Yahweh concerning did not take place as we anticipated. This sometimes leads to the use of the convenient catch phrase “false prophet” to describe such results.
First, let me point out that you will never find that I have ever said – “Thus says Yahweh.” No, there are patterns that I draw conclusions from. That is precisely what I did in 2000 when I said beforehand that Bush would have to be elected President of the United States, that the nine member Supreme Court would have to overturn the seven member court, and that is exactly what took place. I also said at that time that based on the clear patterns, Bush would go to war with Saddam Hussein and complete that which his father began, and that is precisely what happened as well. I also said that Yahweh might have mercy on Saddam and not kill him, and that has happened thus far. Even regarding the 2004 U.S. election, I wrote the outcome of it before it took place, including the outcome of Florida and Ohio. Again, not as a “Thus says Yahweh,” but because of patterns.
Let me urge you to not get discouraged or disappointed or turn away just because we were led through some things that were intercessions and did not find their fulfillment at that time or in the way we expected. Walking with Yahweh is a learning process, and as an intercessor “failure” is a part of that walk. That is how we learn and grow and get to where He wants us to be. If we are honest, this is the path all of us have been on that has led each one of us to where we are today.
Let us be honest with this matter and with the Scriptures. If one had the same attitude of “false prophet” or error while reading the word of God, one would quit reading it at Genesis 5:29, for Noah did not “give us rest from our work and from the toil of our hands arising from the ground which Yahweh has cursed.” Or one would quit at Exodus 4:1-9, for the promised second sign that would cause belief was not performed (Exodus 7:14f). Or one would quit at Jeremiah 22:30 or 36:30, for Jehoiachin did sit on the throne (2 Chronicles 36:9) and he had sons (1 Chronicles 3:17-18) and his throne was exalted “above the thrones of the kings who were with him in Babylon” (Jeremiah 52:31-34). Or one would quit at Isaiah 13 or Jeremiah 50 and 51, for the Medes and the Persians did not come and utterly destroy and raze Babylon as it is so clearly written. Or one would quit at Jonah, for Yahweh did not destroy Nineveh as Jonah was told to prophesy. Or one would quit at Haggai 2:9, for the glory of the latter house was never greater than the former, and that place never gave them peace. Or one would quit at Matthew 16:27-28 or Mark 9:1 or Luke 9:27 or John 8:51 and 11:26, for all those who stood there with Yahshua on the mountain and believed in Him and in His word did indeed die. Or one would quit at the gospels, or even in the Old Testament, because there are so many, many contradictions.
The fact is, one could conclude that based on these passages, Noah’s father, Moses, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Jonah, Haggai, and even Yahshua could all be called “false prophets,” and the contradictions in the Scriptures would nullify them from being the word of God.
But clearly, Yahweh performs things we do not understand that are “failures” and contradictions that He uses to His purposes. We as the Bride are walking with Him and He is clearly leading us, though sometimes through a valley of death, but in the end we will see the salvation of Yahweh. We must be willing to pay the price of endurance and prevail to the very end if we want to receive the reward (Hebrews 10:36, James 1:4, Revelation 3:10-12)!
It is not that the patterns we see were wrong, but my expectations were wrong. The patterns are right and true and were fulfilled, but in a way I had not expected. As we have gone through these things we have learned and gained intercessoral authority, both of which are critically important for the future in understanding and walking in Yahweh’s ways and receiving His promises.
This is a learning adventure, and I invite you to join me in that adventure. It is a process, not a quick fix, not a written program. As Yahweh stated in Joshua 3:4 to those who were about to cross the Jordan, we have not passed this way before. And as stated in Jeremiah 29:13 when it was time for a remnant to come out of Babylon and return to rebuild the temple, it is in searching for Yahweh with all your heart that will cause you to seriously and fully consider what you will read here.
We as the Bride have truth, truth that has been hidden for 6,000 years. And as you will see, this truth is an inner seamless garment. And this truth will set us free.
May Yahweh open our eyes to see.