This hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast, and which enters the Presence behind the veil, where the forerunner has entered for us, even Jesus, having become High Priest forever according to the order of Melchizedek. (Hebrews 16:19-20)
The passion or “drivetrain” of a Chronos messenger is comfort, hope, and victory. I had another blog post set for today, but last night something echoed in my Spirit—reverberations. I had a strange sense of being at peace yet being unsettled. “What is this, Lord?”
He reminded me of a vision of the forerunner given some years ago and a prophecy given in 2012 to this ministry with this line: “Foundations of sand—the breach to repair; the Light of that Day must now be declared.”
The Spirit said we shall witness events that unsettle mankind, events that may not necessarily resound with human catastrophe, but that bring strange “reverberations” because they seem “out of the blue.” Such signs are part of the “kairos signs” of the end of this age, even though they are not The Sign that appears just before our Lord returns. The number of these signs signal that the end of this age of mankind is coming to a close (the “chronos times”).
Many people around us are like anchors in the sand. Events such as the “out of the blue” fire that struck a beloved iconic symbol of human civilization—the Notre Dame Cathedral—are like an unexpected wave that crashes into the beach and jars the anchor loose from its tenuous hold.
I sensed in my spirit that this is just one of several reverberations that will echo through the times we are living in. It will jar people from their comfort zones. It will unsettle them. And such events will increase. As believers we know the value of building on the Rock of our Salvation rather than the shifting sands of culture.
The fiery echo reminds us that we need to be ready with a message of comfort, hope, and victory that can only come through the One who brings eternal peace—Jesus, the Shepherd of our souls. Part of our call is to prepare the way for Christ’s return. Some may cry “Judgment!” but the Spirit says “there is comfort, hope, and victory available.” Are you unsettled by events or is your heart settled on Him?
Do you have a ready response for those who question the hope you have in Christ?