“09, The Plumbline !” A Prophetic Word for The Body of Christ!

  Amos 7 [NLT]

A Vision of a Plumb Line

 7 Then he showed me another vision. I saw the Lord standing beside a wall that had been built using a plumb line. He was using a plumb line to see if it was still straight. 8 And the Lord said to me, “Amos, what do you see?”

   I answered, “A plumb line.”

   And the Lord replied, “I will test my people with this plumb line. I will no longer ignore all their sins. 9 The pagan shrines of your ancestors[b] will be ruined, and the temples of Israel will be destroyed; I will bring the dynasty of King Jeroboam to a sudden end.

 

On the morning of September 14, 2008, I was given this word. We had just finished the night before, 4 nights of meetings in which we dealt with “Tearing Down The Walls”. On the morning of the 14th, I got the following from The Holy Spirit.

“We are not through tearing down the walls. For the rest of this year and until the Spring of next, there will be a tearing down and a shaking of things that many would think couldn’t be shaken. There will be ministries in The Body that will fall, because they have not been built on solid ground. In “09, The Plumbline”, My Word will be used to build MY Church. Truth will come forth and things done in the dark shall be exposed. Things that are not built upon MY Word will be shaken and many will fall.”

While this word is for the Body mainly, it is for anyone who would listen. Judgement begins at the House of The Lord. We are His Temples. We will be held accountable for everything that is not of Him !

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2 responses to ““09, The Plumbline !” A Prophetic Word for The Body of Christ!

  1. arm5

    I agree with you God will shake things up to see who is rooted. Usually the ones that are not rooted strongly or the the ones who finds fault with the ministry will be the ones to leave a church.

  2. It does seem that everybody is into this kind of stuff lately. Don’t really understand it though, but thanks for trying to explain it. Appreciate you shedding light into this matter. Keep it up

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