“The end-time of recalibration approaches the timing of relief,
experiences the freedom from correction,
knows the certainty of positioning,
the certainty of travelling,
the certainty of the events of life when the clock of man is no longer relevant,
is no longer needed,
is no longer the governor of all life on earth.
The end-time of recalibration bespeaks the loss of livelihoods,
bespeaks the loss of reference,
bespeaks the loss of relativity as the lynchpin is removed.
The end-time of recalibration frees the spirit,
the body of man from the subjugation of masterful control,
from the imperiousness of a passing sequence,
from the imperviousness of interference from the intellect of man,
from the pre-emption of the lack of choice available to man.
The end-time of recalibration bemoans the extent of change,
bemoans the losing of position,
bemoans the forsaking of a history,
bemoans the measurement accompanying man in his mortality,
bemoans the running down of the ticking of the metronome as it accompanies,
in a duet of death,
the sand within the hourglass of man.
The end-time of recalibration speaks of new things in the pipeline bringing a new approach to life:
speaks of the need for understanding,
speaks of the need for preparation,
speaks of the call of angels,
speaks of the call of man,
speaks of the curtain call for grace.
The end-time of recalibration speaks to the prophecies of The Living God laid before the face of man,
to the prophecies with independence from the timetabling of man,
to the prophecies of illumination laid for the discernment of man,
to the prophecies of present truth spread upon the table of The Lord for the encouragement of man,
to the prophecies of impact on man in his environment declared for the on-going benefit of man,
to the prophecies of the wrath of God falling on man for the destruction of carried sin when still found
within the heart of man.
The end-time of recalibration speaks for the prepared of God,
speaks for the sheep within the sheepfold,
speaks for the bride of Christ with purity attained,
speaks for the termination of the age of grace,
speaks for The Loving God who waits with His arms outstretched to welcome.”