“The grouping of My people should not be a random act,
should not be ill-considered,
should not be born of ignorance.
The grouping of My people should be done with care and foresight,
should be done with common interests,
should carry no surprises,
should carry no dismissals.
The grouping of My people is not a haphazard happening,
is not inviting danger,
is not committing bonding to the unworthy and deceitful,
is not to commit to relationships with the liars of the earth.
The grouping of My people should not be the pure amongst the dirty –
of habit and of mouth.
The grouping of My people should not be targeted with temptation,
should not be led into the unknown,
should not accept an invitation where the outcome is uncertain,
should not be made a party to a lie,
should not be an accessory to a lie made for a party,
should not depend on grace covering the acts within freewill:
where My Spirit checks the spirit and the soul.
The grouping of My people should not occur within a network built on strangers,
within a network without care,
within a network where attitudes of every heart are only known to God,
within a network which worries a competent statistician,
within a network where the wise would falter in their step.
The grouping of My people should place their trust with reason,
should place their time in mixing in the light,
should place their lives beyond the risk of demons,
should place their welfare in the guidance of My Spirit:
for the applying of My Spirit’s gifts,
for determining their place of safety,
for examining their means of escape when surroundings overheat.
The grouping of My people is occurring in a coming time of great danger:
both to the spirit and the glove;
both from the advance and the retreat;
both from the greeting and the farewell;
both from the twins of life and death.
The grouping of My people requires an awareness of the happenings at a distance and up close,
requires wisdom amongst the foolishness,
requires decisions when among the acquiescent,
requires surety of purpose in the presence of flamboyance,
in the presence of ‘a scene’,
in the presence where help is not at hand,
in the presence of darkened streets –
where the clock of man does tell him of his time.
The grouping of My people should not result in the greeting of the dawn with bleary eyes,
in the greeting of the dawn with a heart throb in the head,
should not result in a sleep within the open,
should not result in a pool of vomit,
should not result in a loss of memory,
should not result in the surrounds of needles.
The grouping of My people is within the end-time concern of God:
as boundaries are shrunken;
as exploring is deemed the ‘pop flavour’ of the season;
as ‘freedom’ is the chorus cry of the day –
resulting only in enslavement of the body or soul or spirit with each new
discovery of the sun.
The grouping of My people can instil a season of growth,
can instil the growth of knowledge,
can instil knowledge serving life,
can instil life attaining purpose,
can instil purpose built on wisdom,
can instil the wisdom of God.”