Hello, Brothers and Sisters and Heartdwellers family. May you all receive the grace of swift obedience and readiness.
This week I have been called on the mountain again and I got a Rhema “Take nothing with you for the journey” which always means for me, that I will be traveling somewhere. Of course, this brought confusion and the wheels in my head started spinning. Lord, where could I be going and what could this mean? I tried to wait on him to make things clear, but I was in my head already with endless thoughts and possibilities. Then, during Adoration, I decided to ask the Lord what was on his heart, and guess what I got;
Matthew chapter 10, Jesus sends out the Twelve. And from the whole chapter what scripture struck me were verses 5-15
“These twelve Jesus sent out with the following instructions: “Do not go among the Gentiles or enter any town of the Samaritans. Go rather to the lost sheep of Israel. As you go, proclaim this message: ‘The kingdom of heaven has come near.’ Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received; freely give.
“Do not get any gold or silver or copper to take with you in your belts—no bag for the journey or extra shirt or sandals or a staff, for the worker is worth his keep. Whatever town or village you enter, search there for some worthy person and stay at their house until you leave. As you enter the home, give it your greeting. If the home is deserving, let your peace rest on it; if it is not, let your peace return to you. If anyone will not welcome you or listen to your words, leave that home or town, and shake the dust off your feet. Truly I tell you, it will be more bearable for Sodom and Gomorrah on the day of judgment than for that town.”
There it was again, take nothing with you for the journey. I thought, Lord, where am I going? Then that is when Mother Clare called me to the mountain for a very important meeting from a video of an Irish priest whom the Lord has spoken to concerning a series of devastating events that are to happen at the beginning of next year. Many of the things he mentioned were in line with what Jesus told us, but I was still struggling with his time frame because we all know the Lord is merciful and prayer can change and delay things.
So, the following day, during my Lord’s Supper, my Gospel reading again was Jesus sending out the 12 but it was from Luke and the Scripture “Take nothing with you for the journey.”
Now I was puzzled as my head was still swarming with all the possibilities of what this could mean. And after receiving him I felt the Lord wanted to speak to me. So, I came before him saying, There are so many things on my heart, Lord. But I want to hear what is on your heart, Jesus.
“Put all things aside for now, My beloved, and I want you and my brides to be in a state of readiness. Things can happen at any moment now, My beloved little one.”
Readiness for the rapture, Lord?
“Readiness for anything I ask of them, any direction I give them. I need My brides to really simplify their lives, really simply the things they have and are attached to. Just as I told my stepfather Joseph in a dream that they had to leave abruptly that night to go to Egypt. That same call maybe given to some of My brides.”
Now when they had departed, behold, an angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream, saying, “Arise, take the young Child and His mother, flee to Egypt, and stay there until I bring you word; for Herod will seek the young Child to destroy Him.” When he arose, he took the young Child and His mother by night and departed for Egypt, and was there until the death of Herod, that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the Lord through the prophet, saying, “Out of Egypt I called My Son.”
“To lay down your work, to lay down your attachments, and get ready to leave. I will give the instructions as to where, but if you are bogged down with so much stuff, so many attachments to items and sentiments you may miss that window, of not only opportunity, but of your protection. Simplify, simplify, simply, My brides. I gave My apostles and disciples detailed in instructions when sending them out to take nothing with them for the journey. And, although that may seem far stretched in your time, to travel with nothing, I do need you to be ready to leave to travel to different places of refuge and spots I have prepared for My beloved ones where they will be safe.
“Right now, things in your nation are calm, but there are rough waters and storms coming that will take many by surprise. It would be good to prepare ready bags for your family and your children. Fitting only what is necessary in those bags and having it at a place where all can find it, so when I give the call to leave, all would be ready in moments to grab their bag and leave to where I tell you to go. I forewarn My beloved ones, so they are not taken off guard like the rest of the world. If you are still weighed down by not only the cares of life, but your possessions, it can very likely lead to your demise. Begin, My beloved brides, to shave off what you don’t need, give clothes and items that are not the bare necessity away. Live a life of simplicity and of total reliance on Me. Prepare yourself for what is to come and be ready to leave at any moment.”
That was the end of Jesus’ message.
That was definitely not on my mind and [I was] very surprised at this message. But it is good to always be prepared and ready as the Lord said. I will post the video of the series of events, given to the Irish priest, below in the description. There is no need to get hopeless after watching it because we are the Brides of Christ and by our prayers there is always hope in the Lord for things to change. However, if the Lord gives us any instructions, even when it doesn’t make sense, we need to obey it.
Already here in the community, we made up “bug out bags” we call it. Mother Clare felt it was for those who will be left behind and have to travel abruptly. It has all manner of things in them which I will share with you guys shortly. Your ready bags do not have to be expensive, and anyone can make them:
Get a backpack for you and your children or grandchildren and put bare necessities in there. I’m thinking a flashlight, water bottles, any medication you need, nonperishable snacks like granola bars, protein bars, tuna is good, A Bible, journal, pen, coloring books and crayons for children, for us Heartdwellers a Bible Promises is necessary. Wipes, glow sticks, compass if you know how to use one, blanket or even sleeping bag. And definitely Chapstick—your whole day can be ruined without Chapstick. And I think an MP3 player with music and messages would be great. Anything solar powered with be wonderful in case electricity is not available. That is a simple bag I think many of us can make and very cost effective.
If you have finances available to get a more extensive bag these are the items we got for the community and some tips from Mother Elizabeth who put the bags together.
Here she begins:
Good quality backpack that allows you to carry a tent, bedroll/sleeping bag on back as well.
Water: water canteen, water purification tablets, any water filtration items. A bandana can be used in a pinch to strain water.
Food: energy/protein bars, nuts, dried fruit, ready to eat foods, tuna packets, enough to last a minimum of 72 hours.
Clothing: change of layered clothes, jacket with hood, socks, undergarments, good pair walking shoes.
Shelter/sleeping: tent, bedroll, sleeping bag, waterproof sleeping pad.
Other essentials: Cash, small Bible, Rosary, waterproof matches, batteries, short wave radio-battery operated, flashlights, camping gear (lanterns), rain poncho with hood, multi-tool Swiss army knife with can opener, hat, Chapstick, toilet paper, USB charging cable and wall plug, Ziploc bags, cell phone, pot for boiling water or soup, wet wipes, toothpaste, toothbrush, compass, solar charger, backpack straps, nail clippers, spork, gloves, maps, important documents, lighters, fire starters, sun glasses, hatchet or small ax to chop wood.
Medicine, respirators, vitamins, personal need items.
First Aid Kit.
She suggested that the weight should not exceed 35-40 pounds—especially for your children, they can’t carry that. So, you can make it very simple. For those who have spouses who are not aware of the times we’re living in or are not in agreement with preparing for end times events, it’s okay. You get the ready bags together for your family and put [them] in a safe place. It will come in very handy when things hit the fan, and then they believe you, you will have these bags ready for your family to move immediately without losing time or have a missed opportunity.
So family, I keep hearing from others, and feeling myself, that this does not at all feel like Christmas. But the Lord is suffering greatly right now and seems to be preparing us for something coming. And if anything is delayed again, the good thing is you will have these bags ready to go when things begin to finally unfold.. So, it doesn’t hurt to get ready now.
So, let’s stay in a place of readiness and in prayer. God bless family, until the next message.