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The Vision of A Young Woman by Tammy Lang Jensen

The Vision of A Young Woman by Tammy Lang Jensen

I saw a vision of a young woman, she was almost up to her hips in deep sand. Every step she took was a struggle. 

Finally, after much struggling and determination I see her step out of her barren place.

She steps onto what looks like a wooden pier. But then she does something odd, instead of running for the hills, she turns around and begins to pray in her prayer language.

It takes a special kind of warrior, to turn around and face their Dead Sea, their barren place. To be a watchmen on the wall, and pray until others have the strength to climb out. To decree and declare victory over them, until faith is all they see. Are you holding prayer vigils until friends and family are set free.

Until they have really stepped out of an ocean of sand. No longer weighed down with the cares and concerns of this world. Have you declared Isaiah 40:31 over them: But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint….

For thus the Lord says to me. Go, Station the lookout let him report what he sees (Isaiah 21:6). Listen! Your watchmen lift up their voices, they shout joyfully together; for they will see with their own eyes when the Lord restores Zion (Isaiah 52:8). Do not tarry, and drag your feet any longer. Pray without ceasing, they are dying out there. Bound up and overcome by the enemies tactics. But we hold freedom in our mouth, the prayers of a righteous man availeth much….

I decree and declare from this day forward that God’s people are coming out. I will wield my staff to part the Red Sea, and take down the kingdom of darkness. I will say like Moses,”Let my people go!”….

But even the archAngel Michael, contending with the devil, and when disputing about the body of Moses, he did not presume to pronounce a blasphemous judgment, but said,”The Lord, rebuke you Satan!”(Jude 1:9)….

When you get involved in spiritual warfare, praying for others, and releasing the written word; are you seeking permission from the father in heaven. Are you totally submitted under his hand? Are you walking in error, or the sin of assumption or presumption? It takes 5 seconds to say,”Lord, do you want my hand in this?” If he sends you to it, he will protect you through it. Be careful you are not battling alone. As for me and my house, we will serve the lord! And walk assuredly of his protective hand, live under his wing, and the ability to be in the cleft of the rock….

It’s funny, I am suddenly reminded of the lyrics of a Kenny Rogers song “The Gambler”:
You’ve got to know when to hold’em
Know when to fold’em
Know when to walk away
And no when to run
You never count your money
When you’re sittin at the table
They’ll be time enough for countin’
When the dealin’s done….
When you were fighting an enemy you cannot see. You better be fully dependent on an invisible God, who sees all. You need God‘s eyes and his wisdom to win this war. Don’t run out ahead of him or lag too far behind. But stay step and step with your Savior. And be like the gambler and know the secret to survival. And let’s all be Victorious, and live to see Revival….

Tammy Lang Jensen

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