He sent from above, He took me; He drew me out of many waters. He delivered me from my strong enemy. From those who hated me. They confronted me, in the day of my calamity, but the Lord was my support.
A word from the Lord on 11/4/07: You will begin to see visions and dreams. This is an hour of great revelation. I have chosen you for this and much more. Write down the things that you see and watch them come to pass. You are a child of the Most High God and because you turn to Me in your calamity, I will turn to you and remove it from your life and prosper you because of it. Go into all the world and preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ saves, delivers, sets free, heals, restores, renews and gives peace in a world that has no peace. You are to listen to My voice at all times and I will bring blessings upon you as never before. Continue in your preparation seeking Me, thirsting for Me. Looking for wisdom and knowledge for they are yours for the taking. Cry out to your God for the lost and see them saved. Cry out for the broken hearted and see them healed in My name, Jesus of Nazareth. The name above all names. Your Covenant God has heard your prayers and I will respond to each one in the very near future.
My thoughts: Calamity: a disastrous event causing great misery//a state of great distress or adversity. (Webster Dictionary 1990): I thank the Lord that I can turn to Him in my calamity. I really did not know for sure the meaning of this word calamity; I knew what I thought it meant and I just kept wrestling with the meaning. I planned on looking it up in the dictionary when I had time but I went to bed that night and forgot to do it. I lay there and that word calamity came to my mind again and I thought I will look it up in the morning during my usual study and prayer time, but I could not sleep. I kept tossing and thinking about what this meant. I felt almost certain what I thought it meant was right, but I was not absolutely sure. Finely I threw off the covers and said “Alright Lord I will go look it up right now.” I thought it meant confusion or a lot of things happening all at once. To my surprise it was not what I thought it was, but it was what I was living at the time. This was a time of great adversity for me and it was causing a lot of distress in my life, and I had been in prayer about resolving the matter in a godly manner and not a worldly manner. I can tell you that the Lord did remove it from my life and He is faithful when we turn to Him in our calamity.
The Lord is your support in your calamity!
Be a blessing today to someone who calamity is trying to destroy.