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"You will listen, my daughter, will you not?"

Dear Saints,

Greetings to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. Blessings and more blessings!

I feel that we have entered into the time of the real Passover and will start to see this unfold in the weeks ahead. We have heard the Passover being spoken of during the pandemic, but there is a shift, and we are about to see a season of mass deliverance in the Church.

As I came before the Lord this week at His invitation, I saw clearly that the Church needs to be detoxed and delivered from an information overload. Some of the information that people have is good, and some is bad, but all together it is causing a lot of distraction throughout the Body of Christ in the area of prayer.

James 4:2 says “you do not have because you do not ask” and James 5:16 that the “fervent prayer of a righteous person avails much.” In this season, we need to rise up to a new level of fervent prayer and asking, and contend for the great harvest (Luke 10:2), but many people are all over the place because of unnecessary data that they have to delete from their minds. Many also are looking for specific answers from Heaven and God will provide the answers, but they must make space by detoxing from the noise they have been bombarded with in the earthly environment. The various platforms have their uses, but the Body of Christ has absorbed more from them than it should have. When people go through a crisis, they want answers quickly and so turn to what is easily available, but real answers and real compensation come from God. The Body must be intentional about preparing to listen to Him and to the specifics of what He says.

As I prayed, I saw the Lord delivering the Church from the bombardment, and pure prayer and worship arising, focused and without distraction. It is time to create room for this ministry to have its way.

Deliverance has come! It is the season of the real Passover!


Rev Betty King


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