Rejoice, I Say It Again, Rejoice!

1 Corinthians 14 tells us to prophesy is to edify. Joel 2 and Acts 2 tell us both sons and daughters can prophesy. This means everyone can edify when they prophesy. Edify is the word meaning to build up. It is where we get the architectural term edifice from. As believers in the body of Christ we are called, commanded to edify the body, build up the body. The Lord spoke to Jeremiah in chapter one and said, I am calling you to uproot, tear down, destroy, build (Edify) and plant. Our job as New Testament ones who prophesy is to edify, at least that is what Paul says. Therefore, my words prophetically are for the edification of the church, the body of Christ, not for it’s destruction. Even words of correction are to correct us up, not tear us down. God told Moses, oh that all of My people would prophesy (edify). Paul repeats this theme of edification in Ephesians 4 when he says, “Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouth, but only that which builds up (Edifies) the hearer.” With all that being said, I have some prophetic news for you today.

The Biblical narrative the Lord has had me following is that of Babylon. Israel was put into Babylonian captivity for their departure from God as a nation. This Biblical narrative has been prophetically what the Lord has been showing me for over 5 years now, when He told me to call for the fall of the iron and clay kingdom once and for all (Daniel 2). I realize, I see things differently than others, because this is the narrative for the nation the Lord has given me. I also have been told some do not understand what I am talking about. For that I apologize if I have not been clear. Babylon is a system of control that has been over the nations and God Himself is removing its control off of us. I see this in the spirit, then when the news unlocks the truth God has been saying, I just point it out.

All I can say right now is rejoice my friends rejoice, for Fallen, Fallen, Babylon has fallen.

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