I am amazed at how God has ignited Jenny into a fire ball, branding new found revelation from my old teachings. I consider Jenny as one sent to bear witness with what God has been revealing to me for the past 20+ years. As to say; through two or more witnesses every word will be established.
I have been used as God’s plow to break the hard ground preparing for Jenny and others to sow the seed of controversial teachings. She will be one of many preaching and teaching these messages and reaping a great harvest from His Word for the times are ripe.
Kent Simpson, Prophetic Pastor
My Prison of Unforgiveness
While listening to Kent Simpson’s CD about Prophetic Visions it was brought to my remembrance by the Holy Spirit a dream I had in 2006. I remember the details of this dream very specifically, as I was caught off guard by what I saw. I thought I was a good Christian woman, and knew Jesus. It was about 2:00 o’clock in the afternoon. I was only asleep for about 30 minutes when this dream came to me.
Here is what I saw: I was standing behind metal prison bars. As I looked up I saw Jesus standing in front of me talking to a group of people. His back was to me. I could only see from His shoulders down. I could not see His face, nor could I see that back of His head. He was wearing a long white robe. He was just out of my reach, and I wanted so badly to get his attention by reaching out through the bars and touching the hem of His garment. In my mind I wanted to say, “Hey Jesus, here I am, you know me, turn around, I am here behind you.”, but I was unable to speak. He never turned around, but kept standing with those other people. Then the dream ended.
Over the last 6 years I have wanted to know why He never acknowledged me and why I was behind the prison bars. I now know it had a lot to do with my unforgiveness. I have spent so many years complaining to God, and having bitterness and unforgiveness in my heart towards another about my circumstances. I had tied Gods hands from being able to deliver me out of the miry clay which was weighing me down. I had to come to the place where I understand this vitally important concept. I had to learn to praise God and be thankful for the hard places. Recognizing that it was God who allowed me to be there, and not the fault of anyone else; then, and only then, could I be delivered from my prison of unforgiveness.
This was a very important juncture which God had brought me to. The Holy Spirit spoke to me these words: “You cannot sow unforgiveness to anyone and reap forgiveness from God.”
There is no deliverance from sin after you get to heaven. The deliverance has to take place here on earth before you die, because unforgiveness can-not exist in Heaven.
Do not be deceived, God is not mocked, for whatsoever a man sows, THAT he will also reap.
If you sow corn, you reap corn. If you sow wheat, you reap wheat. If you sow unforgiveness, you reap unforgiveness. Likewise, if you sow love and kindness, you reap love and kindness. Sowing and reaping is a spiritual law. You will reap exactly what you sow. When you have unforgiveness towards someone you have put yourself in a place of judging that person. When you judge that person, you then will be judged by God.
Judge not, that you be not judged. For with what judgment you judge, you will be judged; and with the measure you use, it will be measured back to you.
Matthew 7: 1, 2
When you are consequently judged by God, after having judged another, you have created a breach between you and God, thereby limiting or even stopping your spiritual growth.
Now, here is another important spiritual concept that goes along with forgiveness; if someone has hurt you, then you should ask God for the opportunity to go to that person and let them know that you have forgiven them for hurting you. Don’t wait for them to ask for your forgiveness. They may never acknowledge that they have hurt you. That is ok. That is between them and God. The wisdom in this is, by your letting them know that you have forgiven them, you have enabled them to start forgiving themselves.
Now, instead, you ought to forgive and comfort him, so that he will not be overwhelmed with excessive sorrow.
II Corinthians 2:7
Forgiving someone has to come from the heart. If it doesn’t, then it will not be accounted unto you as righteousness. If you don’t feel it in your heart right now to forgive, then ask our loving heavenly Father to help you and He will. He wants more than anything for you to be delivered from the sin of unforgiveness so He can bless you with every good and perfect gift and draw you close to Him.
So be it, Amen
In HIS Service,
Kent Simpson, Prophetic Pastor
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