The Father’s Protection

O39n April 15, 2019, I dreamed that I was on a stage with a microphone and I began to prophecy. The prophecy was like a short rhyme, I don’t remember all the words, but I remember saying something like, “Jesus, Jesus, seek Him with all your heart.” In general, the message was to seek the Lord, to be close to Him. Then I heard clearly, “Evil days are coming, walk closely to me so I can protect you.” Then I saw a picture of vision of the Father. He was gathering His children close to Him with large, long arms. He was big, in order to protect them.

In these evil days, it is important that we stay close to the Father, not legalistically, but in relationship with our Abba Father. He wants to protect His children.

As much as I love my son, Joseph, I can protect Him best when he is close to me. If he strays from my side, it is harder for me to protect him. Likewise, we need to walk closely with our Father, close to His everlasting arms. “The eternal God is your refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms” (Deuteronomy 33:27).

In the book of Genesis, Joseph called for his father, Jacob, to come to the land of Egypt due to the severe famine that was in the land. Joseph said,

“You shall live in the region of Goshen and be near me—you, your children and grandchildren, your flocks and herds, and all you have. I will provide for you there, because five years of famine are still to come. Otherwise you and your household and all who belong to you will become destitute” (Genesis 45:10-11, emphasis mine).

Jacob’s obedience to the Father, and to his own son, created a place of protection and provision for the people of Israel. Jacob and his household drew “near” to Joseph, a picture of both intimate relationship and a place of security and protection.

In these evil days, God wants to be our Goshen, our protection and provision. Let’s draw near to the Father, under His wings we will find refuge (Psalm 91:4).

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