Steady Yourselves
March 24, 2020 Priscilla Van Sutphin

I was in the bathroom brushing my teeth when suddenly The LORD said, “Steady yourselves!”

“Steady yourselves on the wall! Stay standing in Prayer! For the nations and states caught in the web of this turmoil that is trying to cause chaos and mayhem. Listen for the still small voice.

Have I not been preparing you for this for many many years?

I’ve told you the Glory is coming. But it is coming in the midst of darkness, deep darkness. I promised you I would arise over you in the midst of this darkness.”

“Arise, shine [Yerushalayim], for your light has come, the glory of Adonai has risen over you. For although darkness covers the earth and thick darkness the peoples; on you Adonai will rise; over you will be seen His Glory.” Isaiah 60:1-2 CJB.

“Worshipers grab your instruments — your instruments of dance, your instruments of singing, your instruments that play music and offer up a sweet sacrifice of praise — Worship! Worship!! Worship!!!

Shout to The LORD! Sing a new song! Extravagant worship will bring down the glory because I inhabit the praises of My People!

Stop and listen for My still small voice! EXPECT TO HEAR MY VOICE amidst the din of all the false voices on the airwaves.

Rebuke the deaf and dumb spirits trying to interfere with communications, because they are trying to silence your voices!”

Then I was reminded of something a friend told me tonight that The LORD spoke to her and that was to pray for her protection.

He continued,

“Extravagant worship will break through the darkness. What were the apostles and disciples doing in the upper room? They weren’t just waiting, doing nothing. They were ministering unto ME!”

“All these with one mind and one purpose were continually devoting themselves to prayer, [waiting together] along with the women, and Mary the mother of Jesus, and with His brothers,” Acts 1:14 AMP.

“These all devoted themselves single-mindedly to prayer, along with some women, including Miryam (Yeshua’s mother), and his brothers,” Acts 1:14 CJB.

“When the Day of Pentecost had fully come, they were all with one accord in one place. And suddenly there came a sound from heaven, as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled the whole house where they were sitting,” Acts 2:1-2 NKJV.

“Prayer is one form of worship. Tear up the airwaves with the Word and Worship!”

Then The LORD reminded me what I saw at the burial service of my friend on Saturday up in the sky.

As I looked up in the sky, I could see entities in the clouds looking down with demonic looking faces. But after the pastor spoke and other people shared, when I looked up all but one or two were gone from the clouds.

We were sharing and worshiping in the sense of sharing The Word of God and witnessing to the fruit in the life of my friend who died.

The LORD continued…

“Just as you saw the faces in the clouds dissipate so will the air clear as you pray and worship ME in the midst of this darkness.”

~ Priscilla Van Sutphin