As many of you know, on September 10 I shared a warning from DAUGHTEROFTHELORD entitled: “URGENT 2 DAY WARNING for 9/11/20!!!”, in which she warned of an attack on our soil that will be “a plague of boils that will start along the coastland and move inland. This will cause panic and fear and a nation filled with tears.”
I encouraged everyone: “don’t take my word for it, but do your own research, check these things against the Word of God, and take these things to the Lord for authentication. Remember that the Lord’s time is different from our time, and any message that contradicts the Word of God should be rejected.”
After the 2 days passed and a plague of boils has apparently not happened, a friend of mine stated: “Clearly the message from “daughter of the Lord” is not from God.”
Here is my response:
You raise a good and valid question, and I appreciate your raising it. On the face of it, you are correct – the warning message stated: “Daughter, there are things coming your way in two days that will cause destruction in your land. As the enemy wants to commemorate things that happened on that day and to send a message in a new way”, and we have not seen this happen.
Here are some thoughts on this issue.
1) There are false prophets.
It is clear from The Word that there are false prophets, including those who believe they hear from the Lord but do not. Elijah took on false prophets in a contest, won the contest, and the false prophets were destroyed. The admonition against false prophets (and false teachers) in the Word is quite strong. So DAUGHTEROFTHELORD could be a false prophet (although I don’t believe she is).
2) We should look at this person’s life.
Although I don’t know DAUGHTEROFTHELORD personally, her messages are accepted and posted on a reputable Christian website. They appear to be Biblically sound, inspired by the Holy Spirit, and posted by a humble servant of the Lord.
3) God’s time is not our time.
As I stated when I sent this out, God’s time is not our time, and we usually do not grasp what is happening behind the scenes. Obviously we should be skeptical when a prophetic word doesn’t happen on the time frame that is stated and that we anticipate. It is interesting to note that Jeremiah warned for 20 years before destruction came, and I suspect that he did not know when it would come.
Although it goes against our rational thinking, the 2 days may refer to 2 months, putting her prophecy in line with one from FreshOil. Here’s a quote from FreshOil: “However the Lord continued to remind me of this 3-day warning (from August). Then He revealed to me that 3 days also referred to 3 months. (https://freshoilreleases.wordpress.com/2020/09/05/food-for-the-journey-2/) Then we would have to wait until November to see if this turns out to be true or not. And we get more time to prepare.
4) Sometimes we misinterpret a message.
The message didn’t say there will be destruction in 2 days. It says “things coming in 2 days that will cause destruction in your land”. So it could mean something happens in 2 days that later leads to destruction and this is a true warning from the Lord. It is also interesting to note that Jesus said things like this all the time, that people misinterpreted. For example, Jesus is speaking here:
“Then the sign of the Son of Man will appear in heaven, and then all the tribes of the earth will mourn, and they will see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of heaven with power and great glory. And He will send His angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they will gather together His elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other. Now learn this parable from the fig tree: When its branch has already become tender and puts forth leaves, you know that summer is near. So you also, when you see all these things, know that it is near—at the doors! Assuredly, I say to you, this generation will by no means pass away till all these things take place.” Matthew 24:30-34
So which of these is true – was this message from Christ genuine (and if so why didn’t this things take place as stated), or did they misunderstand what He was saying? Perhaps Christ misspoke or was just having a bad day?
5) It is helpful to step back and look at the big picture and other sources.
Besides the two-day issue is the question of a pandemic with boils. This is confirmed by several other watchmen, although they did not give specific dates: Last April 1, Sandhu Sadhar Selveraj, who is a highly respected Christian from India, prophesied on April 1 that 2020 was a year of preparation, and that God wants us to prepare this year because next year terrible things will happen. He also said a worse pandemic is coming that will make coronavirus look like nothing. It will be a mutation of COVID, that will feel like the sting of a hornet with great pain, and will cause boils on the body. Another confirmation regarding boils is from this message from A Servant’s Heart: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYoarFTO5M0
- We should always approach prophecies with humility and skepticism – humility because they may truly be from the Lord, and skepticism because they may be false and from a deceiving spirit.
- We should always test the spirits, and use the Word of God as our ultimate standard in all things. Any messages that contradict it should be rejected.
- Because this is about the Lord communicating to His people, our finite minds often do not grasp the full meaning of the message. This suggests a more nuanced understanding of whether prophecies are fulfilled or not in the time and way we anticipate. As you may know some prophecies in the Old Testament were fulfilled in the near time and are also being fulfilled in these end times.
- Take a hard look at any messages that include hard dates because they may cause people confusion and disillusionment among Christians (including myself).
I believe crises are coming to America because God is just and our nation deserves it, and because He is merciful and He knows that many souls will come to Him only because of crises that threaten the status quo and their lives. And that God warns us to prepare for our own good. I have also come to the conclusion that although quite flawed, I am a watchman, and I don’t want anyone’s blood on my hands.
Blessings on your day,