Sunday, 19 June 2016

PLEASE READ: People in my community.

This is my son and he is two years old. A day ago, I was cooking in the kitchen and my kids were playing in the balcony when it started to rain heavily with a loud thunder sound. Usually my son would seek cover because he's always scared when it rains or thunders, but in this case he stood firmly where he was and said... "Mummy, see JESUS is coming".

I was shocked and asked him why he said so but instead he kept looking at the sky and repeated the same thing.

And suddenly he started singing two lines of a song we usually sing together. The lines are-"people get ready, the Lion is coming".

But what surprised me is that he changed the second line while still looking upwards to "people get ready, JESUS is coming"

At this point I was baffled because I have never mentioned to him that JESUS is a Lion.

Today, he asked me saying "Mummy, where is JESUS?"

Usually we will both say "inside my heart and where is Satan, under my feet".

But when I gave the usually response of "inside my heart"

He said a sharp - "noooooo, He's coming"

And since then I have ask him severally where JESUS is, hoping to hear the inside my my heart response but his response has remained the same - HE"S COMING!!!

Hmmmm I won't lie to you, this got me really sober and praying more fervently not just for my salvation but for the salvation of others.

The bible says - "And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh:and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions and your old men shall dream dreams"-Acts 2:17

I shouldn't be surprised that my son is prophesying just as God said, but honestly I am.

Please don't take this message for granted. Share it and let the word of JESUS' coming continue to go round so that none will be left with an excuse.

Now is the time to mend your ways before God before its too late and pray also for the salvation of your family, friends and nation.

God bless you.

By Ruth Diji-Geske.

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