Prophetic Word: The Lord Says, ‘Step Out of the Revolving Doors’

by | Feb 4, 2022 | Blogs, Prophetic Fire

As I was meditating on Isaiah 22:22 (KJV), “And the key of the house of David will I lay upon his shoulder; so, he shall open, and none shall shut; and he shall shut, and none shall open,” the Spirit of God showed me a picture of a revolving door.

I heard, “Tell my people to step out of the revolving doors, for I have set before you an open door where there will be a continuance of moving forward. Look up and go through the Eternal Door. Many think they are moving forward but they are going in circles on the lower realms. Great discernment is necessary to recognize I AM the door in the midst of new battles. You will need to see and hear My voice in times of great chaos and confusion and move with Me beyond the familiar and comfortable into the place of My wisdom and authority.”

No More Circling on Lower Realms

Stop going in circles, fearful of stepping into the unknown—step out of the revolving door of going from meeting to meeting and leaving stirred but unchanged; or stepping forward then turning around and doing the same routines. It is time to change, shift; move in a different direction. The usual way of doing things brings the usual results. It is time to advance. It is time to make room for the new and letting go of our natural preferences, habits and mindsets.

Holy Spirit reminded me of a section in my first book, Moses—Shocked in the Desert, Learning God’s Ways So We Can Enter the Promised Land, that describes this circling through the worship of golden calves:

“The word calves in Strong’s Concordance notes that the word calf in used as ‘frisking around,’ and the root comes from a word meaning to revolve or be circular. The enemy’s strategy is to seduce through pride and seek after empty things that bear no eternal fruit, causing us to become attached to vain endeavors and go around in circles (as the children of Israel spent forty years wandering for an eleven-day journey). The distractions will be easier to do, based on our own accomplishments, but be futile and worthless. They will ‘seem reasonable’ to our natural minds. Good is often the enemy of the best. ‘Frisking around’ also implies playfulness, not taking things seriously; in modern day terms, ‘playing church’ rather than recognizing the holiness of God and being in right relationship with Him.”

Turn Northward

Many are stuck in routines of familiarity and comfort; it is easier to rely on our old way of thinking and doing, but God is saying, “Come up higher, where I am; come up into the realms of glory and receive divine instruction for the days at hand.”

To read the rest of this prophetic word click here: Step out of the Revolving Door & Enter the Eternal Door. {eoa}

Alane Haynes is an apostolic/prophetic teacher, blogger and speaker, and has authored four books. She is a podcaster on Charisma Podcast Network (Stirring of the Waters) and her blogs are frequently published on Elijah List and Spirit Fuel. Alane and her husband Kerry are co-founders of “Eternal Truth Now Ministry” and are broadcasters on Holy Spirit Broadcasting Network (hsbn.tv).

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