Dancing into the Pit


This was a few months ago and the Lord spoke to me as He showed me this vision. This is what He said:

“Every system America depends on will be broken and destroyed. I will not hold back much longer. It is the only way to save them. Close your eyes. Do you feel it? The suffering of their souls? They do not even realize they are in darkness. They dance and sing their way into the pit. Such sorrow fills my heart for them. If they would only let me I would save them. I love them so very much. I love them as I have loved you. But, they will not see me. They will not hear me. They spit in my face. They mock me. They drag the name of my precious Son through the mud. It is with a heavy heart that I bring judgment to America. I would turn away and bring them blessings beyond measure if they would just come back to me. This must be done before it is too late for anyone to be saved. If I stay my hand they will sink so deep into sin that even shaking the earth beneath their feet will not cause them to cry out for me. Oh, how I love them.”

The vision:

As the Lord spoke I saw a vast plain. The earth was blackened and cracked. There was no vegetation or animal life save for a few skeletal trees the color of charcoal. There were flames still burning everywhere. The entire sky was consumed in a dark, violent storm. In the center of the plains, there was a massive, circular pit, it was pitch black and seemed to have no bottom.

I stood with Jesus and watched a horrifying scene unfold. There were people dressed in tribal clothing, covered in war paint and tattoos. They were wild. You could actually feel it. It was a tangible presence. They were dancing and singing with each other, marching along toward the pit. As they reached the edge, they just walked off and vanished with a scream. Those behind them took no notice of their distress and followed them down.

Jesus called out to them, beckoning them to come to Him. They wouldn’t listen. He fell to His knees and cried out to them over and over, tears streaming down His face. For a moment, He allowed me to feel a fraction of His grief and it brought me to my knees. Then the grief started to fade and He started to get angry, and I mean furious, it was so startling that I was pulled out of the vision.

Jesus wept. – John 11:35

I was in tears after this vision. These people were so lost in sin that they were literally dancing and singing their way into hell. They didn’t even recognize their sin as evil. They embraced it. And the  Lord has had enough of it. I don’t think we truly understand God’s wrath. I don’t believe He wants to destroy sinners as some people will tell you. It’s the sin. It’s destroying us and He loves us so much. He sent His only Son, Jesus Christ to die for that sin and raised Him to new life to give us new life.

For people will love only themselves and their money. They will be boastful and proud, scoffing at God, disobedient to their parents, and ungrateful. They will consider nothing sacred. They will be unloving and unforgiving; they will slander others and have no self-control. They will be cruel and hate what is good. They will betray their friends, be reckless, be puffed up with pride, and love pleasure rather than God. They will act religious, but they will reject the power that could make them godly. Stay away from people like that! – 2 Timothy 3:2-5

If you’re a parent you can probably understand how he feels at least somewhat. If your child is being hurt whether it be from another person or themselves doesn’t it make you angry? Doesn’t it make you want to protect them? Doesn’t it make you want to save them? If you’re not a parent, think of a close friend or family member. Wouldn’t you do the same? I believe God’s judgment is a mercy to keep us from destroying ourselves and each other. It’s a wake-up call.

The Lord isn’t really being slow about his promise, as some people think. No, he is being patient for your sake. He does not want anyone to be destroyed but wants everyone to repent. – 2 Peter 3:9

The Lord spoke to me again later in the day:

“Judgment comes for America. It breaks my heart and if she would turn back to me I would stay my hand. It grieves me. They are so deep in sin they don’t even see it as such anymore. Or they place confidence in the knowledge of men which is nothing to me. Such people will not be convinced by mere words. Oh, how I desire that they would listen! They are so easily distracted. It is too easy for them to turn away and ignore me. I will bring the entire grid crashing down. People will need to speak face to face again.”

“Understand how I feel about the coming judgment, my son. Feel what I feel. Know my love for the lost. I need you to understand the reason for this judgment before it happens. When these people are running, dying, and suffering I don’t want you to turn your chin up or turn away. I don’t want you to look away. I want you to weep and show them the heart of my Son, Jesus Christ. Show them MY love. True love. Many like you are crying out, “Is there no other way Lord?” If America will not repent then there is not. But, do not despair, my child. Shine the light of Jesus Christ in the darkness and those with eyes to see and ears to hear will come home to me. Then there will be a period of joy and peace again in the remnant of America for a brief time. She will be small. So small that no one will care about her anymore. That in itself is a blessing in times of war.”

The Lord is so patient with us. He gives us so many chances. He always warns us before judgment comes because He truly loves us and wants everyone to be saved through His Son, Jesus Christ. Sound the alarm! Repent! Time is running out! This isn’t the time to be idle and pretend as if America will endure forever. Every empire has fallen. Pride is America’s greatest sin. Our loyalty is to Jesus Christ above all others. He is our only hope! Come to Him!

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