The Flood of the Spirit is coming
Jun 03, 2019
Emmet Flood joined President Trump’s legal team as his Special Council on May 2, 2018. Now that the Mueller Report is complete and his office has been shut down, Emmet Flood will be leaving as well on June 14, just five days after Pentecost.
We understood that Flood was a sign of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit, which I wrote about in my book, Secrets of Time. Flood has completed his work, and this seems to indicate that the flood of the Holy Spirit has been established and set in granite.
In addition, today we saw the moment that the church repents. Things happen in the spirit before they happen in the world. We clearly saw this in the spirit. It began with the Prince of Persia being cast out, the “bear-like beast” that I saw in my 1986 vision when I was transported in spirit to Saudi Arabia to receive the revelation of the coming Gulf War.
The Prince of Persia, pictured as a bear in Daniel 7:5, among other things is a counterfeit of the Holy Spirit. Persia is the place of crude oil, not the olive oil that characterizes the Holy Spirit. This counterfeit has also manifested in the church.
Once this entity was cast out, the spirit of repentance came upon the church, as its eyes were opened and they saw how they had grieved the true Holy Spirit. We saw the tears as the church was broken hearted over what it had been doing for so long in acting like a beast. Once the time of repentance was complete, there was a great celebration of joy.
We then also saw the well of Beer-lahai-roi, the well of water in the desert that gave water to Hagar and Ishmael (Genesis 16:7, 13, 14). It is a prophecy that the Holy Spirit will be poured out upon the Muslim world and the children of Ishmael. This is also the basis of my revelation from 1986 where God will send me to the Mideast at some point to bring the Holy Spirit to the people there. I have no idea how that will happen at this point in time.
When we saw this well by the Spirit, we sent Michael the Archangel to open up that well and to fulfill the promise of God to Hagar and Ishmael. That turned out to be the culmination of our experience today, and the revelation came to an end.
At any rate, I wanted to give you that update before we left on our trip to Charlotte for the feast of Pentecost next weekend. We have had a great deal of revelation about the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in recent months, all of which is preliminary to Pentecost this year. No doubt Pentecost will be a major turning point this year, although I still believe that it will in turn be a step toward something greater at the feast of Tabernacles.