Beware of Leviathan
In that day the Lord with His severe sword, great and strong,
Will punish Leviathan the fleeing serpent,
Leviathan that twisted serpent;
And He will slay the reptile that is in the sea. Isaiah 27:1
I had a vision this morning 09/16/2016 while praying where I saw a pastor at a pulpit who was preaching. I then saw a snake slither across the platform in the direction of the pastor. I watched as the snake, beginning at the pastor’s feet, began to slowly coil itself around the pastor little by little until I could no longer see the pastor. I saw the pastor’s eyes go from human to one’s missing pupils and his tongue went from that of a human to a forked one of a snake. Leviathan is known as the fleeing or gliding serpent. Snakes do not make a sound as they move, at least that is what I have seen. This serpent slithered right across the platform towards the platform making a bee line towards the pastor. What is really disturbing is that no one saw it. Leviathan is also known as the crooked or twisting serpent. The best example of this is the discourse between Eve and the serpent as recorded in Genesis where the serpent starts out by saying, “has God said…”
I feel sorry for the assemblies that shun the prophetic. Had there been prophets, i.e. watchmen they would have been sounding an alarm warning of the deception. In the vision above no warning was given and God’s word became twisted and no one in the assembly was warned.
The Apostle Paul commended the Berean Believers.
These were more fair-minded than those in Thessalonica, in that they received the word with all readiness, and searched the Scriptures daily to find out whether these things were so.Therefore many of them believed, and also not a few of the Greeks, prominent women as well as men. Acts 17:11-12
As believers we are to search the scriptures for ourselves as the Bereans did and were commended by the Apostle Paul. Those who only crack a Bible on Sunday and expect the Pastor to, “feed”, them are in danger of being deceived.
Deception is coming and what better way for it to come than from the mouth of someone trusted.