Friday, 4 November 2016

Ministry statement: regarding Global Prophecy#42

After the post of prophacy #22, 42 and 46, we received many letters, emails and greetings to express the concern regarding to the US election result. We understand that all your replies are to love, protect, and care Omega Ministry so that we will not be attacked or condemned by others. We once again thank you for your concern.

In fact, a few days after we removed prophecy #42 in Sept, 2016, God rebuked us strictly, and appointed us to re-post the prophecy#42 on Oct 5, 2016. On the morning of Oct 5, I received a phone call from a pastor who claimed to receive the revelation at night from God who questions us whether we post the prophecy#42 on schedule. Therefore, we posted it on line again. This is the whole story that why we re-post the message.

We also have the following reply to those who love us in Christ. There was a prophet called Jonah in the Old Testament, who was sent by God to proclaim the final judgment to the city of Nineveh. However, God relented his word of judgment, instead, he forgave them. In the book of Jonah 3:1-5,  Then the word of the Lord came to Jonah a second time: 2 “Go to the great city of Nineveh and proclaim to it the message I give you.”3 Jonah obeyed the word of the Lord and went to Nineveh. Now Nineveh was a very large city; it took three days to go through it.4 Jonah began by going a day’s journey into the city, proclaiming,“Forty more days and Nineveh will be overthrown.” 5 The Ninevites believed God. A fast was proclaimed, and all of them, from the greatest to the least, put on sackcloth.

In verse 10, “When God saw what they did and how they turned from their evil ways, he relented and did not bring on them the destruction he had threatened.” Jonah was shame of his own word because his prophecy did not get fulfilled at all. Let me ask you: is Jonah a true prophet? Is he a vessel of God? God weights more on our heart, the heart of obedience. Prophecy always belongs to God, it is God’s matter; human being is just the vessel. How God wants to use his vessel is God’s sovereignty. If the prophet cares only about his/her dignity and “face”, how can he/she be fully used by God?

Our ministry is faithful to what God has entrusted us for. We believe that all other prophets you have mentioned in your letter or email are also God’s vessel and faithful to what God told them to do. What God measures to each one is different. Maybe God gives them the role of Jonah, or let us be the modern Jonah, we truly don’t know. Everyone is faithful to his calling and position at the end times. There are so many things we don’t understand, all we can do is to keep seeking God, and always give him thanks. The two candidates in US election this year, they don’t qualify for the presidency in my eyes. They are politicians, who lavish the promises widely but seldom can fulfill few of them. In order to win Christian, they can join church for a while; to win homosexuals, they join their organization; to get financial support, they promise many blank checks. The real question is what God wants US to do, and what’s God’s will?

If God chooses the story of Nineveh to remind Americans, I think this is the prefect timing. Christians in the States are facing serious challenge. They need to wake up and pray, fast and repent like the people of Nineveh. When everyone repents, then God will react and intervene—a turning point may occur. In God’s eyes, repentance is far more important than election, far more important than the fulfillment of prophecy.

Verse 6-9: 6 When Jonah’s warning reached the king of Nineveh, he rose from his throne, took off his royal robes, covered himself with sackcloth and sat down in the dust. 7 This is the proclamation he issued in Nineveh:“By the decree of the king and his nobles:
Do not let people or animals, herds or flocks, taste anything; do not let them eat or drink. 8 But let people and animals be covered with sackcloth. Let everyone call urgently on God. Let them give up their evil ways and their violence. 9 Who knows? God may yet relent and with compassion turn from his fierce anger so that we will not perish.”

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