SHOOT OUT AT THE O.K. CORRALL – PREPARE FOR WAR

Posted: February 14, 2011 in Prophetic Intercession

In the Spirit I saw an old western movie town with gunfighters anxiously roaming the streets.  It reminded me so much of the famed old movie “Shoot Out at the O. K. CORRAL.”  Many were in the town saloon.  A few were still riding their horses.  Gunshots were heard over the yelling of violent men wearing black hats.  Most were shouting to top of their lungs.  They were terrorizing the town.

The rabble rousers were getting louder and louder with obscenities.  They kept shouting “Take the Town and the People.”  You could quickly see their arrogance, hate and meanness.  There had fire in their eyes and you could sense their utter determination to kill and destroy.

The normally peaceful citizens were alarmed and afraid.  Most of them were hiding in their houses and behind buildings.  They never imagined this would happen to them and their otherwise peaceful town.

Suddenly there was a very loud voice heard.  Only the people of the town could hear it.  The voice was strong and totally confident.  The voice said “Prepare for War.”  It was the voice of the Lord God Jehovah.  He would give them, if they heard His voice and obeyed, battle plans, together with all the weapons they needed.  His hand of favor would be upon them.  In addition, He sent war angels to fight at their side.

They cleaned and oiled their guns, resetting their gun sights.  Next, they sharpened both edges of their swords and knives.  Their courage was building.  Confidence was rising in their hearts.  They had suddenly been given all the boldness they would need for the battle.

The Lord says, “This is not a day to be slack.  No dozing and snoozing for you.  Sit and stand up straight.  It is time for the war of wars.  If you do not fight in this war, the enemy will take you, your town and your nation to ruins.  Man the battle posts.

Call unto Me and I will show you great and mighty things that you know not of.    Set your ear and focus your mind on My voice.  I am your commander-in-chief.  We will win this battle.

Prayers and intercessions are my strategies.  Steeped in and walking in Godly wisdom will be yours if you ask, listen and obey what you hear.  Peace will come but at a price.”

Ras Robinson

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  1. lilyangel1 says:

    Thus sayeth the Lord: My children hear my voice and know that I am God, as the winds of change sweep through the nations be on alert. Pray without ceasing for all people, even those you do not know. The weapons for battle are within each of whom I have called, where there is Truth, and honor in my name. The war has just begun and the trumpets are sounding. Do you not hear all that I have instructed you? Has not my word been whispered in your ear? Recognize the signs, listen for instruction, and be prepared for the hastening of my kingdom. The victory is mine, as it was in the beginning, is now, and forevermore shall be. My soldiers stand up, warriors be firm, and put on the Armor of God for the witnesses of what shall come will have a choice to make…I already know yours, do you?

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  2. ras65a says:

    I’ve been reading in the OT book of Judges where God’s chosen were in a cycle of hearing and obey God and living in His protection and blessing to forgetting about God, not hearing Him and being overrun by their enemies. When in the “bad” place, they cried out to God and God sent a deliverer. Happened over and over. It is a shame that too often we have to be in a bad place before we will cry out to God. If we could always live, hearing and obeying Him, what blessings there would be! Our enemies would not stand a chance.

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  3. kathybohlin says:

    I’ve been reading in the OT book of Judges where God’s chosen were in a cycle of hearing and obey God and living in His protection and blessing to forgetting about God, not hearing Him and being overrun by their enemies. When in the “bad” place, they cried out to God and God sent a deliverer. Happened over and over. It is a shame that too often we have to be in a bad place before we will cry out to God. If we could always live, hearing and obeying Him, what blessings there would be! Our enemies would not stand a chance.

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  4. Bev Hill says:

    2 Sam. 5 – verse 20 – And david came to Baal-perazim, and David smote them there, and said, “The Lord hath broken forth upon mine enemies before me, as the breach of waters.” – verses 23-24- And when David inquired of the Lord, he said,” Thou shalt not go up; but fetch a compass behind them, and come upon them over against the mulberry trees. And let it be, when thou hearest the sound of a going (marching!) in the tops of the mulberry trees, that then thou shalt bestir thyself: for then shall the Lord go out before thee, to smite the host of the Philistines.”
    Father, we want to be like David, inquiring of you before we do anything, and taking action at your instruction when we hear the sound of you and your holy angels going out before us. Show us how you would have us pray as we hear the call to prepare for war.

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  5. ANN ANDERSON says:

    I want to share a blessing my husband and I are praying daily over America. It is from a booklet, “Daily Spirit Blessings” by Arthur Burk and Sylvia Gunter:
    “I bless you with victory over the enemy. Spirit, I bless you with the joy of regularly seeing Satan’s plans to destroy people turned upside down and God bringing good out of painful circumstances. I bless you with seeing the problems Satan brings in to the world used by God to reveal new wisdom, grace, strength, and freedom, as God makes a public spectacle of his enemy and yours. I bless you with God’s perspective on pain and suffering. I bless you with partnering with God for his purposes, using problems as a platform to see him work in ways that are unmistakably God. I bless you in the name of the One who triumphed on the cross.”

    God is the Victor; may we be found faithful in this critical season. May the church AWAKE and HEAR the sound of His call.

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