Releasing believers for the days ahead

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I  received this word on March 1, 2020 while flowing with our worship team at church.

“I see the Lord removing SEALS, like those placed on food products. Many have been on God’s shelves, forgotten in the pantry of the church, and their ‘use by’ date is getting closer. He is beginning to peel back the things which have been blocking the ability of the Spirit within believers to flow.

The benefit has been that this has also kept those things fresh for this time of need. I see the Lord pulling the tabs underneath lids and using a can-opener to release what is stored inside the spiritual dimension of some of His people. The timing is now for certain seals upon certain ministries, which have not been in circulation, to be unpacked as part of heaven’s supply for this hour. The nourishment is needed for the Body of Christ like angel’s food was given to Elijah as a supernatural supply for his journey (1Kings 19:4-8).

Before and during this, I also sensed the Lord reminding me of how pagan worship like that practiced among the Native American tribes was singly focused upon their god(s) alone. This was in contrast to ours where we have overinflated the form through traditions and distractions. We rarely minister directly to Him from our hearts during our gatherings, even when singing. The simplicity and passion of their worship immediately came to mind.

As He had shown me some weeks before, believers today have actually allowed what should be the desperate, ‘O My God’, heart-cry of His people to be used as a half-hearted by-line in our tweets and text messages (OMG)! I sense He is calling for a heart-cry like those often found in scripture during times of confusion or crisis.

We should pray for the Lord to unseal us in preparation for what He is doing and what He wants done in the days ahead.”

~ Pastor Rocky Veach


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Rocky Veach is a respected leader, preacher, and pastor within the Christian community. He is best known for his passionate, people-building approach to ministry both in the United States and abroad. Read full biography.
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