Many of My children are lost and trapped in the depths of depravity and sin. They long for a way out, but feel hopeless to escape the darkness. The cords of death and destruction are wrapped tightly around them and they have no way of escape. Will you go into the darkness and rescue those that are crying out to Me? Or will you choose the easy road and hope that someone else goes in?
I am calling you to arise and take down the giants of the land. I am calling you to go in and recover the lost and stolen treasures that are awaiting in the deep darkness. Will you go for Me? Are you willing to lay down your very life if need be to rescue the lost? For if you try to save your life you will lose it. Trust Me with your life, for I have created you to be an overcomer, one that does not love their life even unto death. Lay it all down and watch what I do through you. I long for these children to come into My Kingdom, for they will be My greatest treasures to be on display for all the world to see My glory.
Psalm 119:174-176 Living Bible (TLB)
174 O Lord, I have longed for your salvation, and your law is my delight. 175 If you will let me live, I will praise you; let your laws assist me.
176 I have wandered away like a lost sheep; come and find me, for I have not turned away from your commandments.
Psalm 27:7-9 Living Bible (TLB)
7 Listen to my pleading, Lord! Be merciful and send the help I need.
8 My heart has heard you say, “Come and talk with me, O my people.” And my heart responds, “Lord, I am coming.”
9 Oh, do not hide yourself when I am trying to find you. Do not angrily reject your servant. You have been my help in all my trials before; don’t leave me now. Don’t forsake me, O God of my salvation.
Isaiah 17:6-8 Living Bible (TLB)
6 Oh, a very few of her people will be left, just as a few stray olives are left on the trees when the harvest is ended, two or three in the highest branches, four or five out on the tips of the limbs. That is how it will be in Damascus and Israel—stripped bare of people except for a few of the poor who remain.
7 Then at last they will think of God their Creator and have respect for the Holy One of Israel. 8 They will no longer ask their idols for help in that day, neither will they worship what their hands have made! They will no longer have respect for the images of Ashtaroth and the sun idols.