Revelation on Prophetic Expansion
Extracts of a revelation. Prophets may expand revelations (epigraphic or prophetic expansion) provided they are adding more light and truth. The present generation lives at a time very like ancient Sodom and Gomorrah [Oppsal, Oslo, Norway].
Prophets May Expand Revelations
1. A prophet is justified in changing the words of a revelation not given in prophecy provided he is adding more light and truth and not seeking to deceive, saith the Lord.
2. For all men receive revelation degree by degree until they receive it from Mine own mouth, saith the Lord, and become sanctified by the same.
3. Therefore ye shall not make a prophet an offender because he addeth light and truth to My scriptures, but ye shall give thanks for the condescension and mercy of a loving God who imparteth more words of salvation1.
The Present Generation Like Sodom and Gomorrah
4. O ye of the Church of God, hearken and listen, for verily ye live in that day which is like unto Sodom and Gomorrah, and great shall be the destructions because of it.
5. Therefore repent, ye wayward children of men, for the great and dreadful day of the Lord is nigh, even at your doorsteps.
6. And I come in great anger, yea, to trample the vineyard, to destroy the wicked and justify the blood of the saints which shall cry heavenwards out of the ground .
7. For the children of men drink, and make marriages, and look not unto the morrow, but feign would cover up their darkness, thinking that thereby they may be justified.
8. But I say unto them, that they cannot, for all their works shall be revealed, and none shall be hidden, saith the Lord, for this is a time of judgment and recom- pense.
9. Therefore let the saints lift up a warning voice for the time is short and the labourers are few. Amen.
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