I Fell on My Face – I Will Not Hide My Face – Ezekiel Chapter 39

A few years ago, I did a detailed study in the book of Ezekiel. I’m going to be posting the prophetic insights from each chapter over the next little bit. If you want the full teaching, it’s available on my YouTube channel (link below):
👉🏼 The Spirit was poured out at Pentecost. He’s getting ready to pour out on all flesh in an unprecedented way. He will not hide his face. Are we ready?
1. Hard times are ahead of us, but are we ready for unprecedented glory? (*Originally prophesied, May 25th 2022).
Many prophets and prophetic people have been receiving warning dreams for a number of years now. It is clear there are hard times ahead of us. You only need look to the news these days to understand we have difficult days on the horizon.
As the people of God, we need not get distracted by the darkness. We need to get ready for the unprecedented glory that’s coming. In great darkness and chaos, we will see an unprecedented glory poured out on the church. It is not something to be afraid of. Rather, we should be incredibly excited to see what God is about to do. He knows how to save his people. If he can turn back all of Gog and Magog ( Ezekiel 39) and destroy them, can we trust him in this season to fight our battles?
2. Prepare for the kabod…
As a church, we need to be preparing ourselves for the kabod both individually and corporately. This is the weighty glory of God–his manifest presence. It will not come until our hearts are consecrated. Please understand our hearts are made pure in Christ. We are regenerated and made new, but we need to steward our righteousness in holiness and walk humbly with our God. We need to keep our hands clean and be ready for what he has for us to carry in this season. Do you want to be a carrier of his weighty glory? Imagine that wherever you go his presence just drips off you. People are healed, delivered and set free with ease. Think of the apostle Peter and his shadow healing people. Praise God, we are set to see those times again and much more. In order to prepare yourself for the kabod, get ready in the secret place.
3. His kindness is everlasting.
In the midst of all this craziness, we see and the wild language we read in the book f Ezekiel, we need to understand that God’s kindness is on display through all of it. We need to dig deeper if we cannot see it. His kindness is everlasting. This is what we need to press into for the hard days ahead. He knows how to keep his people. We may not be rescued from the fire like Shadrach, Meshach and Abed-Nego. We may have to go into the furnace. I do feel this is the season we’re going to be in the fire, but he’s the other man in the fire. He is there to give us deliverance from the fire. We also receive a testimony going forward so that others can see the goodness of God in the middle of our trouble. Get ready for God’s Spirit to pour out in such a way that we’ve never seen before. Stay the course folks.
He WILL NOT hide his face. Are we ready?

Leave a Comment