“The warring of My people is not of Me.
The warring of My people awakes the whole of the heavens.
The warring of My people is an option within the plans of God.
The warring of My people lies within their freewill choice.
The warring of My people is the delight of Satan.
The warring of My people assigns souls without a choice to the destiny of default.
The warring of My people is the reaping of the devil,
the harvesting of the devil,
the mayhem of the souls surrendered to the devil prior to a choice of faith.
The warring of My people brings many to faith while the weapon is in flight,
while in the instant of a change of heart,
while the call to Me is still within the throat,
while the escape is as through the flames.
The warring of My people holds the governments of man to account for pride,
to account for willingness to inflict a loss of face,
to account for greed,
to account for acts and ultimatums which will lead to war.
The warring of My people is often at the behest of those who do not intend to be on the front line,
who offer advice well from the rear,
who encourage from a distance,
who rule and reign from safety with their plots and schemes,
who do not intend to hear the passing buzz,
to hear the star-bursts in the sky,
to hear the screams of anguish which trace an entry wound,
to hear the thud of an arrival delivering the onset of an amputation.
The warring of My people is commissioned in the flesh by those who will not patch the wounds,
who will not carry the dead,
who will assign a missive to those who do not care,
who will dictate a struggle for survival to families with a loss.
The warring of My people should not seek the flesh of man,
should wait until defence is the call against those who would assail,
should not incur a slaughter for allies in a distant land,
should not participate in a war by invitation,
should not be used by others to subdue or conquer where enemies are made.
The warring of My people is not for the faint hearted.
The warring of My people defends a home against invasion.
The warring of My people defends a city from attack.
The warring of My people defends their nations from enslavement from a would-be conqueror.
The warring of My people is not between My people,
is not before a God of sides,
is not the occasion for the arguing of the rights and wrongs.
The warring of My people writes all their acts within the records accessed by The Lamb’s Book of Life.
The Lion of Judah does not roar on the battlefields of man.
The Lion of Judah roars solely on the battlefields of God.
The Lion of Judah counsels he who is seen on the battlefields of God.”