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From: "ANZAC Prophetic List" <prophetic@...>
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2003 12:08:44 +1200
Forwarded by:           "Tina Glass" <tnae7@...>

-David Wilkerson (1 Sept 2003).

I am not a Jeremiah, but for a number of years I have acted 
as a watchman on the wall, warning of impending judgments.  
Yet, I have preached that God's judgments are always 
redemptive. He is a loving God who must at times redeem 
and correct a sinful people through chastenings.

Recently,  I have been preaching that God is about to do 
something new and glorious. This new thing is beyond revival, 
beyond an awakening.  It is a work of God that He alone 
initiates when He can no longer endure the polluting of His 
holy name.  There comes a time when God determines 
that His Word has been so trampled into the mire, and 
abominations have so defiled what is called "the church," 
He must rise up and defend His name before a lost world.

"For His own name's sake,"  God is going to do two mighty 
works.  First, He is going to purge the nations and His 
church with awesome redemptive judgments.  He is going 
to stop the invasion into His house by homosexuals and 
charlatans - and He is going to purify and cleanse the 
ministry and raise up shepherds after His own heart.

Second,  God is going to glorify His holy name with a great 
intervention of mercy.  In the throes of judgments being 
fulfilled,  God is going to save the day by a supernatural 
"turning" of a remnant back to Himself.  What He did for 
Israel when they were judged, He will do again in the days 
ahead.  You can read it all in Ezekiel 36:21-38. 

Summed up, this is what is prophesied:
"I will have pity for My holy name which has been profaned 
among the heathen... not for your sakes, but for My own 
name's sake. The heathen shall know I am God.  I will 
sprinkle clean water upon you, and you shall be clean of all 
filthiness.  I will you give you a new heart and a new spirit.  
I will cause you to walk in My ways.  I will save you from all 
your uncleanness. Not for your sakes do I do this,  but for my 
own name's sake."  (Also see Ezekiel 20:22,44.)  

For God's people, glorious days are ahead.  Do not fret.  
God's holy name, and His pure Word, will be vindicated.  
Something greater than revival is coming.  God says, "I will
do a new thing."  It has to do with restoring the glory of His 
Name - the glory that is in Christ, the Lord.