“I Will Make It A Desolation” – March 24, 2021

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I will take up a weeping and wailing for the mountains,
And for the dwelling places of the wilderness a lamentation,
Because they are burned up,
So that no one can pass through;
Nor can men hear the voice of the cattle.
Both the birds of the heavens and the beasts have fled;
They are gone.

“I will make Jerusalem a heap of ruins, a den of jackals.
I will make the cities of Judah desolate, without an inhabitant.” – (Jer. 9: 10-11)

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There will be no write-up for this prophecy except to say:

This morning the Lord did Bible study with me in Jeremiah 8 and 9. He taught it to me in the context of the USA and instructed me to share the paraphrase of that study on camera. The video below is therefore all I’m doing for this one, each of us is asked to please STUDY Jer. 8 & 9. There will also be helpful links below the video for those who want to study related prophecies further.

In addition He gave me this paraphrase of Jeremiah 9:10- 11:

They will flee to the four corners of the earth. They will dwell in strange lands and for the rest of their lives they will weep and cry over the fate of their nation. It will be no more. Babylon shall be destroyed. I will uproot it at its base, I will remove it from the register of nations so that it shall never be raised up again. I will make it a desolation. For as long as the survivors live they will remember the sins of their nation and how strongly the Lord judged them for their sin. Nobody will live there anymore, there will no longer be an America. 

This is the paraphrase of My word. Make sure to make the video and say what you have been given.


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  1. Marty says:

    One of your best videos. I’ve never heard the expression “clean face of Christ” before. Absolutely brilliant. You have such a diverse knowledge of words and phrases. I can picture you as a journalist, poet, novelist, lawyer, lecturer, professor, etc. I’m so glad that you have chosen to use your various gifts to help others. Making gloom and doom Bible verses palatable is a gift in itself. Thank you, Teacher. 🙏

    1. Celestial says:

      Lol… Thanks for the kind words Marty. I thank God for the gifts He’s given me and do my best to turn them over to Him for use as he sees fit. I hope they bear good fruit in my lifetime. God bless you.

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