Stephen Horton From US
LORD Your message is the same as it always has been. We struggle and wrestle and fight You. You Love ❤️ us and You desire us to Love 💕 You back as You Loved 🥰 us United we stand, United we fall. Let us know, learn and teach creatures to be in harmony with the nature of God shown us in Your creation. Open my gift 🎁 of prophecy. prophesy proph·e·sy (prŏf′ĭ-sī′, -sē′) verb proph·e·sied (-sīd′, -sēd′), proph·e·sy·ing (-sī′ĭng, -sē′ĭng), proph·e·sies (-sīz′, -sēz′) transitive verb 1. To reveal by divine inspiration. 2. To predict the future with certainty. See Synonyms at foretell. 3. To prefigure or foreshadow: “The wind was in the east, and the clouds prophesied rain” (Jacob Riis). intransitive verb 1. To reveal the will or message of God; speak or write as a prophet. 2. To predict future events; make predictions. [Middle English prophecien, from Old French prophecier, from prophecie, prophecy; see prophecy.] proph′e·si′er noun 9/21/2021 a.d. 4:26 a.m. EST. Amen 🙏.