Intercede for many people, many lost people that will die because of the kick-off event and subsequent events that will shortly follow. – Sean Cruz

On the night of February 20th I heard,

“Write this down.

Intercede for many people, many lost people that will die because of the kick-off event and subsequent events that will shortly follow.

Pray for their salvation and mercy. My people need to focus on the gospel and not the things that distract the body from their mission. I commanded My people to preach the good news. Draw many to Me and do not neglect the preaching of repentance and good news. Many in the body are out of focus, paying heed to doctrines that benefit their American lifestyle, but that ignores Me, Yeshua.

Continue in the gospel–it is simple and concise. Many need to return to the simple truth of the gospel. Many need to remember their first love. I long to grow many of My children. I long to teach them and lead them in the way of truth. But many ignore Me. Many do not hear.

Many will die soon for their lack of fruit and ignorance. They are so steeped in the church of Laodicea that they remain empty and poor. Remember when I spoke to Peter and asked him, “Do you love(agape) Me?” Feed My sheep. Tend to them.

My Remnant needs to rise up and boldly proclaim the truth. My Remnant needs to show My light on the hilltops. The light will divide and even cause strife because the dark does not like the light. All of you should fully expect the darkness to fight against the light of My truth.

Remember that I love My church, My Remnant, My Smyrna. But I also love Laodicea and the other churches. They will endure great trouble, but many can lessen that troubled time by repenting and abiding in Me.

My Remnant, begin in the house of the Lord. Bring back the simplicity of My grace to My people and the other churches before it is too late.

I love you My chosen and precious Remnant.”




Point 1) As I was listening to the Lord, I was thinking of the many distractions that pull and tug at the minds of many siblings in Christ. In particular amongst the Remnant, many of us are distracted by topics of giants, UFOs, and other phenomena. Recently I was listening to videos about those topics, and I felt in my spirit a desire to put it away. Not because it’s not true, but because the time is short and can be better spent listening to something edifying, rather than sensational. I felt convicted that I was trying to pass the time. God pointed out that every moment now needs to be purposeful. Time is so short that we should not be wasting our time. If we are going to listen to a video, or watch something, we should listen and watch what edifies us (The Word of God).

On February 18th, I heard,

“Study my Word more because of the times that come. There will be a time when you will not have access to my Word and you will need to remember it to encourage and witness to others.”

Siblings, our time is short and we cannot afford to waste it. Anything else besides the most important truths of God’s Word distract us from our task to preach and minister. Those interesting subjects have their significance, but not for the majority of our laboring in the fields.

Point 2) Amongst the sheep that are mainly asleep or unaware, they are slowly being choked by the thorns of this world. We should reflect on this important parable:

“Others fell among the thorns, and the thorns came up and choked them out.”

“And the one on whom seed was sown among the thorns, this is the man who hears the word, and the worry of the world and the deceitfulness of wealth choke the word, and it becomes unfruitful.”

Siblings, we need to become vigilant and aware, like Paul sternly warns. Too many people are worried and unhealthily obsessed with the political theatrics between the President and other parties. And might I add, the programming of the mind from the media. Too many allow the deceitfulness of wealth to choke the word. What word? The truth about who we are since Christ saved us and what God has employed us to do, which is to preach the simple good news to believe and repent in Jesus.

Point 3) Going back to the deceitfulness of wealth: What does this mean? Is it strictly referring to money? I do not think so. We live within wealth. The richness of America and Western nations afford us many distractions from the word we received. Wealth is so deceiving because it gives the appearance that all is well, and that no calamity will befall us. We move to and fro, back and forth between all our distractions. Movies, shows, functions, and technology. The buzz of life has become so intense that even a moment of silence or inaction makes us bored. If this is you, I implore you to find a time alone with Jesus and ask Him to help you spend time with Him.

The more time you spend with your Maker, the more you realize how insignificant everything else is–your mind and soul naturally detoxifies from every tool of slavery when you seek Jesus. You lose a desire to even watch TV, which is an idol for many people today! Think about it. We literally spend hours staring at a box of glass, plastic and chemicals. A precursor of the living image, a living idol that speaks blasphemies.

Point 4) “Many will die soon for their lack of fruit and ignorance.”

I have the sense that the ‘many’ referred to here will suffer death as a result of not really trusting Jesus. It is their hollow trust of Jesus that suppresses all spiritual growth and understanding.They remain ignorant and blind to the reality before them. The blind (mainstream media reality) leads the blind (many ignorant and fruitless believers) into the pit. Their trust is in the power of their traditions and wealthy churches–the trends, the music, the atmosphere and relevant social culture. They place their hope in those qualities, and their identity rests in those places. But when all of that will be taken away, it will reveal the emptiness and poverty of their condition. Our trust and identity should only be in one man, the man Jesus Christ.

Point 5) “My church, My Remnant, My Smyrna.”

I am not sure what the significance of this is. But upon reading what Jesus said about Smyrna, I’m getting the sense that perhaps this is a clue or an indication that persecution is very near for many of us and that we are likened to the believers of Smyrna.

The first and the last, who was dead, and has come to life, says this:

‘I know your tribulation and your poverty (but you are rich), and the blasphemy by those who say they are Jews and are not, but are a synagogue of Satan. Do not fear what you are about to suffer. Behold, the devil is about to cast some of you into prison, so that you will be tested, and you will have tribulation for ten days. Be faithful until death, and I will give you the crown of life. He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches. He who overcomes will not be hurt by the second death.’