Fay (4 Jan 2011)
"To Myra Lewis and Doves"
Dear Myra - John and Doves,
thank you for your lovely words. I'm greatly encouraged by the
fellowship and love on Fivedoves. I thank the LORD every day that I
found you all.
I wasn't going to mention the Heron again
but, with Myra bringing it up, I feel that the LORD is encouraging me
to. I have seen the Heron another 3 times. I wish I could explain
properly, just how bizarre these visits are. I am always in the process
of reading Fivedoves or writing to Fivedoves or praying in response to
prayer requests on Fivedoves, when the Heron arrives for a visit. He
has become rather brazen, swooping down off the garage roof and
strutting towards my office window. I am aware that 2010 has passed
without the longed for Rapture but am greatly encouraged by the fact
that we are still in the same year of 5771 and will be until September
It's been very interesting reading about JR Church'
theory on the Psalms - correlating to years etc. I have noticed that
the very same can be said of Revelations. I started off with Revelation
10, where John is given the little book and told to eat it. The angel
saying "No more delay" etc. The 'little book' is obviously a mystery
that John was not allowed to reveal yet. If we equate the information
in the 'little book' to the Rapture, it makes sense. It was sweet to
the tongue (wonderful, sweet news of rescuing and salvation?) but
caused a sourness in John's stomach (because the nation of Israel
cannot be beneficiaries yet and are to endure terrible tribulation?) I
relate Rev:10 to 2010. Do the same and read each chapter relating to
years. Rev:11 representing 2011 etc. It's really rather mind-boggling.
If the Rapture happens early in 2011, then the appearance and ministry
of the two witnesses in Rev:11 makes perfect sense. Everything unravels
from there. Please do read them with the same eyes and let me know what
you all think. It's a wonderful unveiling.
Has anyone got
a take on the weird death of the blackbirds in Beebe? There just has to
be some significance. All those dead drum fish as well. The recent
floods in Australia badly affected a small town called Rockhampton. I
haven't time to find the article for you but a Google search should
find it. Rockhampton had to be completely evacuated - a population of
77,000! There were a lot of significant numbers involving the
evacuation. I wish I had the hours and insight needed, to investigate.
a word to John Tng. Thank you John - for all that you do. I feel quite
sure that you have words for us as the LORD has me thinking of your
name rather a lot. No pressure : )
God Bless you all
In Jesus' Beloved Name