But hold fast what you have till I come...

Revelation 2:24

Faithful Remnant

Faithful remnant. I heard these words in my spirit when I was praying many months ago. I wrote the following word in my prayer journal:

Speak the truth. I am the way, the truth, and the life. Tell the pastors, tell the people – the Catholic Church is as the Church of Thyatira. There is a promise for the remnant who is faithful. I promise you the nations. Can you see it? Can you understand it? I did not promise this sordid mess and heap of debauchery sitting in Rome and beyond the nations. I promised the cleansed remnant of my church, the true faithful, the nations. Think upon that.

The word heard during prayer time began with Jesus’ words from John 14:6, ” I am the way, the truth, and the life…” Next, the discussion went to the Book of Revelation and the Corrupt Church, the Church of Thyatira.  

The Corrupt Church

There are many teachings on the churches mentioned in the Book of Revelation. What I received in my prayer time, I believe, is not a theological lesson such as we find by so many who share studies on Revelation. I believe the Lord was unveiling the spiritual wickedness that has infiltrated the Catholic Church at this time, and He calls it, “…this sordid mess and heap of debauchry.” I beleive I received this prophetic word to share as a word of knowledge and encouragement for faithful Catholics; a warning for those who continue to embrace the errors of the current Church hierarchy.

Some time later I heard a direction in the Spirit, “Give the faithful resources to understand truth.”  The reason for this blog, plain and simple.

“Now to you I say, and to the rest in Thyatira, as many as do not have this doctrine,
who have not known the depths of Satan, as they say, I will put on you no other burden.
But hold fast what you have till I come.
And he who overcomes, and keeps My works until the end, to him I will give power over the nations—”

God bless you always,

Nancy Montgomery

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