I’ve always had an interest in learning the meaning of words and journaling my thoughts.  I can recall as a young girl finding a Thesaurus and just learning different words.  When I began to study the Word of God I would journal my thoughts and what I felt I was hearing in my spirit.

The Bible tells us that in the last days, God will pour out His Spirit on all flesh (Acts 2:17). These last days have been in effect since the Day of Pentecost, and this promised outpouring of the Holy Spirit includes men, women, young and old; none are exempt.

A vital part of this “last days outpouring” includes a release of the prophetic

In Old and New Testament times a scribe was a member of a learned class in ancient Israel through New Testament times studying the Scriptures and serving as copyists, editors, teachers, and jurists.  The prophets and scribes did not have the distribution channels we have today, such as WordPress, Facebook, My Trending Stories and many others, to pen and distribute their writings.

God has prepared prophetic people who speak what He inspires them to say. This has been a journey unlike any that I have taken before.  In Psalm 45:1 is says, “My heart is overflowing with a good thought; I am speaking my works for the king; my tongue is the pen of a skilled scribe.”

God’s desire is to get His Word out.  I’m not a biblical scholar, but the Lord has given me the tongue of the learned to share my faith, prophetic insights and encourage those who are weary.

As a prophetic voice what I pen may not be politically correct, but I’m not striving to be accepted by the masses. My assignment is to simply share the truth in love.  The Lord God has given me the tongue of the learned, that I may know how to sustain him who is weary with a word; He awakens me morning by morning; He awakens my ear to listen as the learned. Isaiah 50:4

Where There Is No Vision

In Proverbs 29:18 it reads, "Where there is no vision, the people are unrestrained, but happy is he who keeps the law." This verse in the English Standard Version reads: "Where there is no prophetic vision the people cast off restraint, but blessed is he who keeps the law."

Vision refers to divine revelation of God and the principle is that apart from God’s Word, society quickly spins into moral chaos. The word translated “prophetic vision” refers to special revelation of God’s Word.  To “cast off restraint” carries the idea of there being a total loss of social order which we see today.

In other words, without prophecy, without divine revelation of God or a heavenly vision, people will cast off all restraint or better said "throw caution to the wind" without worrying about the risk or negative results. They will run wild because they have no guidance - no vision. The Word of God - His law - provides vision and guidance for living, and those who follow it are blessed.

In the Book of Exodus the golden calf was an icon made by the Israelites during Moses' absence, when he went up to Mount Sinai. Exodus 32:25 describes the Israelite’s frenzy during this time.  What did Moses do?

“Now when Moses saw the people were in a frenzy, for Aaron had let them get completely out of control, causing derision from their enemies, then Moses stood in the gate of the camp and said, “Whoever is on the Lord’s side, come to me.” And all the Levites gathered themselves together around him.” Exodus 32:25-26

If a people do not hear the Word of God, then we can expect society to breakdown and moral degradation. Everyone needs a divine revelation of God and Jesus Christ to sustain them in life.  There is power in the Word of God!

Stay Blessed - Fran