This is what happens when you use the bible for your own wicked ends instead of trying to understand what God is saying. The key verse today, comes from a section of Isaiah where he is addressing the exiles in Babylon. Captured an enslaved in Babylon for 70 years, many of the remnant questioned if God even saw their sufferings. So, the comparison Jamie Rohrbaugh is making is thinking God has forsaken you in slavery for 70 years to God has forgotten to give you a cookie because you once gave 10% above your tithe. It is an unseemly comparison but even on top of that Rohrbaugh gets it all wrong. Is Isaiah assuring the captives that God is sending a semi-truck pulled by Clydesdales to pay them back for those seventy years? No. Isaiah is rebuking them for their lack of faith in who God is. That is what Jamie is talking about as well. We are supposed to believe that we responded to years of no answer to our obedience/offerings with a lack of faith in God and He thus has responded by a sending us a semi-truck filled with blessings? You cannot make up how bad a train wreck this false prophecy is.
"6. I saw three houses being delivered. I literally saw three houses on trucks, being delivered to the people of God. I asked the Lord what this means, and this is what He told me: "It's a pun; a play on words with double meaning. I am delivering your house. I am delivering the church house, and I am delivering another house." I believe the Lord has more to say about this portion of the word, but it is for each person to privately ask Him about. I do feel that this word is a specific confirmation of a dream Holy Spirit recently gave you in the night seasonafter which you woke up with specific counsel from the Lord in your heart and spirit. Ask Him for more about this, and let Him speak to your spirit. Beloved, your years of waiting for your harvest are over. At any time, you could have derailed your harvest by disobedience in even one instant, but you did not. You have been faithful, and, though you have suffered long, at this time you will experience what the Lord predicted for us in Psalm 126: When the Lord restored the captives of Zion, we were like those who dream. Then our mouth was filled with laughter, and our tongue with singing. Then they said among the nations, "The Lord has done great things for them." The Lord has done great things for us; we are glad. Restore our captives, O Lord, as the streams in the Negev. Those who sow in tears shall reap in joy. He who goes forth and weeps, bearing precious seed to sow, shall come home again with rejoicing, bringing his grain sheaves with him.
The set time has come. Hallelujah!" - Jamie Rohrbaugh
Thankfully we come to the end. In closing, Rohrbaugh claims that the blessing owed to you by God could have been derailed with disobedience? So, everyone who this prophecy was meant for has been obedient to God for decades? Does anyone buy that? Were we never unloving? Did we always treat others as we want to be treated? Have we not missed one offering plate? C'mon. we have to discern better than this. Jamie Rohrbaugh just vomited the inner desires of her wicked heart and claimed it came from God. We worship God because of who He is, not because of what we can get. We worship Him for what He has already done on Calvary. Not because we hope to receive a tractor-trailer filled heavy blessings; oh and three houses. This tripe is an embarrassment to Christianity and should be deemed offensive. Jamie Rohrbaugh should be marked and avoided.
Reverend Anthony Wade - December 22, 2021