Humpty Dumpty Fell Off The Technology Pole


From a vision in 2011

We’ve heard the story of Humpty Dumpty’s great fall.

I want to tell you a story of what happened to Humpty when he text messaged on his phone. God gave me this brief vision days back.

Humpty was sitting on a pole. He was busily looking down, preoccupied as he texted. The more he texted, the more he slid down. He kept on texting and sliding, texting and sliding. Humpty was so darned distracted that he kept on sliding down. The pole was pretty high. When Humpty fell, he broke into hundreds of little pieces.  So unrecognizable was Humpty; I did not know how to put him back together again.

Or as the rhyme says.

All the king’s horses and all the king’s men
Couldn’t put Humpty together again.

The vision ended with Jesus Christ standing over the pieces that were once Humpty Dumpty.

In the vision, Humpty Dumpty is America.

Prophecy can be conditional based on how a person responds. Many a time it is a stark warning from God.  In my opinion if the church brings revival and reformation this prophecy does not have to become reality. God is a God of mercy who does not wish a Humpty Dumpty to occur.

America is on a course with crisis. It seems as if our political and judicial systems are near broken beyond repair. God will never, I say, never bless corruption and dishonesty. Sooner or later God catches up to this kind of system.

Our finances are beyond saving, the economy is being artificially propped up.

Much of the church is not awake and vigilant. The keys to America’s wellbeing are in her hands.

A drowning man can only be saved once he goes unconscious.  Otherwise, he will pull the rescuer down with him.  Will America be rendered unconscious by her own doings?

I guess that I will continue to pray, preach, bring revival and wait.

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3 thoughts on “Humpty Dumpty Fell Off The Technology Pole

  1. I was thinking along these lines this morning, in my life anyways. With the example of the potter and the clay I was thinking to be remolded for His use, the clay would have to submit to the painful change the clay itself, by the potter. How much remolding and how much we are willing to be used by Him would probable reflect in the amount of uncomfort the clay would experience. I am sure this is on an individual basis.
    Blessings,
    Gail

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