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By Lance Wallnau Sr.

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The Animals Flee, But Not Humans!


A few days before the Japanese earthquake, God gave me a great burden for our country. I almost felt like crying. I got off the computer and prayed.

I saw in a vision how the animals are able to hear and flee for cover before the danger occurs. This happened with the tsunami in Thailand. Many animals fled to the mountains before the tsunami hit, while the people were caught unawares.  God told me to pray that people in this country would have this kind of hearing.

Then I saw a flower which had bloomed. I was reminded of Jesus’s words.

 Mt 24:32  Now learn a parable of the fig tree; When his branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that summer is nigh:

 Mr 13:28  Now learn a parable of the fig tree; When her branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that summer is near:

 Lu 21:30  When they now shoot forth, ye see and know of your own selves that summer is now nigh at hand.

The blooming of this flower meant that a particular season was here.  God does not do anything without giving warning through his servants the prophets.

The words of warnings for America through seasoned people of God are exponentially abounding, and the signs of drastically perilous and tumultuous seasons are evidently upon us and increasing. It is more than time for people to stop on their tracks of madness and the distractions of entertainment and look up to the heaven from where all of their help comes from.

As America has turned its back from God its foundations are eroding.

 Ps 11:3  If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?

 Lu 6:49  But he that heareth, and doeth not, is like a man that without a foundation built an house upon the earth; against which the stream did beat vehemently, and immediately it fell; and the ruin of that house was great.

Matt 24:37  But as the days of Noe were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.

38  For as in the days that were before the flood ( cataclysm)  they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark,

39  And knew not ( they had absolutely no previously acquired knowledge or advance warning system of the coming of this cataclysm) until the flood ( cataclysm) came, and took them all away ( lifts off and away all of them); so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.

42  Watch therefore ( be constantly watching): for ye know not ( you will have absolutely no intuition or gut instinct of) what hour your Lord doth come.

What will happen to America, if it loses it Biblical foundations? Can a nation built upon sand endure?

Don’t be caught off guard, for I tell you that many will. Remember the fleeing animals.

Did Animals Sense Tsunami Was Coming?
By Maryann Mott
for National Geographic News
January 4, 2005
Before giant waves slammed into Sri Lanka and India coastlines ten days
ago, wild and domestic animals seemed to know what was about to happen
and fled to safety.According to eyewitness accounts, the following events happened:• Elephants screamed and ran for higher ground.• Dogs refused to go outdoors.• Flamingos abandoned their low-lying breeding areas.• Zoo animals rushed into their shelters and could not be enticed to come back out.The belief that wild and domestic animals possess a sixth sense—and know in advance when the earth is going to shake—has been around for centuries.

Wildlife experts believe animals’ more acute hearing and other senses might enable them to hear or feel the Earth’s vibration, tipping them off to approaching disaster long before humans realize what’s going on.

The massive tsunami was triggered by a magnitude 9 temblor off the coast of northern Sumatra island on December 26. The giant waves rolled through the Indian Ocean, killing more than 150,000 people in a dozen countries.

Relatively few animals have been reported dead, however, reviving speculation that animals somehow sense impending disaster.

Ravi Corea, president of the Sri Lanka Wildlife Conservation Society, which is based in Nutley, New Jersey, was in Sri Lanka when the massive waves struck.

Afterward, he traveled to the Patanangala beach inside Yala National Park, where some 60 visitors were washed away.

The beach was one of the worst hit areas of the 500-square-mile (1,300-square-kilometer) wildlife reserve, which is home to a variety of animals, including elephants, leopards, and 130 species of birds.

Corea did not see any animal carcasses nor did the park personnel know of any, other than two water buffalos that had died, he said.

Along India’s Cuddalore coast, where thousands of people perished, the Indo-Asian News service reported that buffaloes, goats, and dogs were found unharmed.

Flamingos that breed this time of year at the Point Calimere wildlife sanctuary in India flew to higher ground beforehand, the news service reported.

Strange Animal Behavior

Accounts of strange animal behavior have also started to surface.

About an hour before the tsunami hit, Corea said, people at Yala National Park observed three elephants running away from the Patanangala beach.

World Wildlife Fund, an organization that leads international efforts to protect endangered species and their habitats, has satellite collars on some of the elephants in the park.

A spokeswoman said they plan to track the elephants on that fateful day to verify whether they did move to higher ground. She doesn’t know, though, when the satellite data will be downloaded and analyzed.

Corea, a Sri Lankan who emigrated to the United States 20 years ago, said two of his friends noticed unusual animal behavior before the tsunami.

One friend, in the southern Sri Lankan town of Dickwella, recalls bats frantically flying away just before the tsunami struck. Another friend, who lives on the coast near Galle, said his two dogs would not go for their daily run on the beach.

“They are usually excited to go on this outing,” Corea said. But on this day they refused to go and most probably saved his life.

Alan Rabinowitz, director for science and exploration at the Bronx Zoo-based Wildlife Conservation Society in New York, says animals can sense impending danger by detecting subtle or abrupt shifts in the environment.

“Earthquakes bring vibrational changes on land and in water while storms cause electromagnetic changes in the atmosphere,” he said. “Some animals have acute sense of hearing and smell that allow them to determine something coming towards them long before humans might know that something is there.”

Did Humans Lose Their Sixth Sense?

At one time humans also had this sixth sense, Rabinowitz said, but lost the ability when it was no longer needed or used.

Joyce Poole is director of the Savanna Elephant Vocalization Project, which has its headquarters in Norway. She has worked with African elephants in Kenya for 25 years. She said the reports of Sri Lanka’s elephants fleeing to higher ground didn’t surprise her.

Research on both acoustic and seismic communication indicates that elephants could easily pick up vibrations generated from the massive earthquake-tsunami, she said.

Poole has also experienced this firsthand.

“I have been with elephants during two small tremors, and on both occasions the elephants ran in alarm several seconds before I felt the tremor,” she said.

One of the world’s most earthquake-prone countries is Japan, where devastation has taken countless lives and caused enormous damage to property. Researchers there have long studied animals in hopes of discovering what they hear or feel before the earth shakes. They hope that animals may be used as a prediction tool.

Some U.S. seismologists, on the other hand, are skeptical. There have been documented cases of strange animal behavior prior to earthquakes. But the United States Geological Survey, a government agency that provides scientific information about the Earth, says a reproducible connection between a specific behavior and the occurrence of a quake has never been made.

“What we’re faced with is a lot of anecdotes,” said Andy Michael, a geophysicist at USGS. “Animals react to so many things—being hungry, defending their territories, mating, predators—so it’s hard to have a controlled study to get that advanced warning signal.”

In the 1970s a few studies on animal prediction were done by the USGS, “but nothing concrete came out of it,” Michael said. Since that time the agency has made no further investigations into the theory.

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Our safari in Ambocelli Kenya. Mt. Kilimanjaro in the background.

 

As a Matter of Fact, I Have Come to Enjoy the Poop!


Proverbs 14: 4  Where no oxen are, the crib is clean (from food, water and poop); but much increase is by the strength of the ox.

God is looking for good leaders more than He is for good ministers. There are many ministers and ministries. Good leaders are hard to find, though.

God is looking for problem solvers. Many will see the problem but few will get their hands dirty to solve it. If we are only looking for the success of our ministry without first becoming a good leader in it, we will miss God’s higher purpose.

The church is full of people who rightfully see the problems but will do little to solve them.

Solutions come through forgiving, relating, sharing, praying,  getting dirty in people’s poop, confronting, a willingness to also be wrong and learn, sacrificing time and resources, vulnerability, transparency,  accessibility to others, and to know people and be known by them.   This is leadership.

It’s the capacity to forgive those who have wrong you in your innocence.  It’s the ability to walk the extra mile with them in order show the  love of Christ. It’s the aptitude of demonstrating continuing patience, when they are undeserving.

Forgiving our enemy allows us to see the potential which Christ has placed in them and pray accordingly. Our prayers will bring the conviction of God upon them.

At the same time, forgiveness does not demand our becoming a floor mat for an enemy to step on.  Loving confrontation tempered with forgiveness is a must. A good leader juggles forgiveness and godly confrontation all at one time.

A good leader makes himself accessible to those who he leads. He is not the high and mighty man of God. Jesus , was a “ normal Joe” and so must we. Jesus was never too busy for people and so must I.

Many come to me, “ pastor, I know that you are busy,”. My reply is, “ if Jesus was never too busy, how can I?’

Proverbs 14: 4  Where no oxen are, the crib is clean (from food, water and poop); but much increase is by the strength of the ox.

Where there are cows, there is sure poop in the stable. If we want a program driven church where few are given a chance to grow we might not have much poop. If you want a tidy church, then don’t disciple. If you don’t care for the poop, don’t  take a chance on raising up others. Stay with your tightly controlled programs.

But if we are relationship driven and want to raise others, we must be ready for the poop to come. Revival is messy. Revival is relational. Revival involves the cattle.

Good leaders must be willing to get their hands dirty with spiritual poop. If you simply want to prophesy to the poop and stay clean you are are missing the higher calling.  If you run away from the poop without attempting to clean it up first, you are also missing God’s higher purpose.

I am risk taker with the God-given potential of those around me. Love, belongs to those who relinquish control, who pioneer, and replicate themselves into others. Love belongs to those who pass the baton and push themselves out of a job for the sake of upcoming generations.

Many will run away from the problem, but who will remain and solve it?  This is the mark of a leader.

A minister can have a ministry and gauge his or her success through the ministry, but God is not satisfied with that.

It’s impossible to accurately judge a situation without entering into relationships and spend time with the people who created it. I have discovered that I can only adequately judge a situation when I have spent real-time and involvement with the people who are in it.

It’s easy to prophesy to the problem from the outside without paying the price to get involved, get your hands dirty, and solve it. As a matter of fact, a prophecy from the outside without getting involved with those to whom you are prophesying it to, will always be “only partially correct.”

Some will complain about an person, but very few will spend time to mentor and disciple that person. This is the call of the hour.

There are others who will run from meeting to meeting or church to church looking for the greener grass, but few will change for the better what they have been called do in the first place. As my friend Dr. Lawton Smith would say, “We need less saluting and more shooting.”

As I grow older, I am convinced that healthy church growth will only occur with relationship minded people. I feel that people are tired of “churchiness” and are looking for relationships, reality, loving confrontation to their brokenness and ample forgiveness for their sins.   I am tired of meetings just for meetings sake. I think that God is as well.

As a matter of fact, I have come to enjoy the poop!

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At a baptism in Maasai Land, Maashuru, Kenya.

As a Matter of Fact, I Have Come to Enjoy the Poop!


Proverbs 14: 4  Where no oxen are, the crib is clean (from food, water and poop); but much increase is by the strength of the ox.

God is looking for good leaders more than He is for good ministers. There are many ministers and ministries. Good leaders are hard to find, though.

God is looking for problem solvers. Many will see the problem but few will get their hands dirty to solve it. If we are only looking for the success of our ministry without first becoming a good leader in it, we will miss God’s higher purpose.

The church is full of people who rightfully see the problems but will do little to solve them.

Solutions come through forgiving, relating, sharing, praying,  getting dirty in people’s poop, confronting, a willingness to also be wrong and learn, sacrificing time and resources, vulnerability, transparency,  accessibility to others, and to know people and be known by them.   This is leadership.

It’s the capacity to forgive those who have wrong you in your innocence.  It’s the ability to walk the extra mile with them in order show the  love of Christ. It’s the aptitude of demonstrating continuing patience, when they are undeserving.

Forgiving our enemy allows us to see the potential which Christ has placed in them and pray accordingly. Our prayers will bring the conviction of God upon them.

At the same time, forgiveness does not demand our becoming a floor mat for an enemy to step on.  Loving confrontation tempered with forgiveness is a must. A good leader juggles forgiveness and godly confrontation all at one time.

A good leader makes himself accessible to those who he leads. He is not the high and mighty man of God. Jesus , was a “ normal Joe” and so must we. Jesus was never too busy for people and so must I.

Many come to me, “ pastor, I know that you are busy,”. My reply is, “ if Jesus was never too busy, how can I?’

Proverbs 14: 4  Where no oxen are, the crib is clean (from food, water and poop); but much increase is by the strength of the ox.

Where there are cows, there is sure poop in the stable. If we want a program driven church where few are given a chance to grow we might not have much poop. If you want a tidy church, then don’t disciple. If you don’t care for the poop, don’t  take a chance on raising up others. Stay with your tightly controlled programs.

But if we are relationship driven and want to raise others, we must be ready for the poop to come. Revival is messy. Revival is relational. Revival involves the cattle.

Good leaders must be willing to get their hands dirty with spiritual poop. If you simply want to prophesy to the poop and stay clean you are are missing the higher calling.  If you run away from the poop without attempting to clean it up first, you are also missing God’s higher purpose.

I am risk taker with the God-given potential of those around me. Love, belongs to those who relinquish control, who pioneer, and replicate themselves into others. Love belongs to those who pass the baton and push themselves out of a job for the sake of upcoming generations.

Many will run away from the problem, but who will remain and solve it?  This is the mark of a leader.

A minister can have a ministry and gauge his or her success through the ministry, but God is not satisfied with that.

It’s impossible to accurately judge a situation without entering into relationships and spend time with the people who created it. I have discovered that I can only adequately judge a situation when I have spent real-time and involvement with the people who are in it.

It’s easy to prophesy to the problem from the outside without paying the price to get involved, get your hands dirty, and solve it. As a matter of fact, a prophecy from the outside without getting involved with those to whom you are prophesying it to, will always be “only partially correct.”

Some will complain about an person, but very few will spend time to mentor and disciple that person. This is the call of the hour.

There are others who will run from meeting to meeting or church to church looking for the greener grass, but few will change for the better what they have been called do in the first place. As my friend Dr. Lawton Smith would say, “We need less saluting and more shooting.”

As I grow older, I am convinced that healthy church growth will only occur with relationship minded people. I feel that people are tired of “churchiness” and are looking for relationships, reality, loving confrontation to their brokenness and ample forgiveness for their sins.   I am tired of meetings just for meetings sake. I think that God is as well.

As a matter of fact, I have come to enjoy the poop!

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At a baptism in Maasai Land, Maashuru, Kenya.

The Animals Flee, But Not Humans!


A few days before the Japanese earthquake, God gave me a great burden for our country. I almost felt like crying. I got off the computer and prayed.

I saw in a vision how the animals are able to hear and flee for cover before the danger occurs. This happened with the tsunami in Thailand. Many animals fled to the mountains before the tsunami hit, while the people were caught unawares.  God told me to pray that people in this country would have this kind of hearing.

Then I saw a flower which had bloomed. I was reminded of Jesus’s words.

 Mt 24:32  Now learn a parable of the fig tree; When his branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that summer is nigh:

 Mr 13:28  Now learn a parable of the fig tree; When her branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that summer is near:

 Lu 21:30  When they now shoot forth, ye see and know of your own selves that summer is now nigh at hand.

The blooming of this flower meant that a particular season was here.  God does not do anything without giving warning through his servants the prophets.

The words of warnings for America through seasoned people of God are exponentially abounding, and the signs of drastically perilous and tumultuous seasons are evidently upon us and increasing. It is more than time for people to stop on their tracks of madness and the distractions of entertainment and look up to the heaven from where all of their help comes from.

As America has turned its back from God its foundations are eroding.

 Ps 11:3  If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?

 Lu 6:49  But he that heareth, and doeth not, is like a man that without a foundation built an house upon the earth; against which the stream did beat vehemently, and immediately it fell; and the ruin of that house was great.

Matt 24:37  But as the days of Noe were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.

38  For as in the days that were before the flood ( cataclysm)  they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark,

39  And knew not ( they had absolutely no previously acquired knowledge or advance warning system of the coming of this cataclysm) until the flood ( cataclysm) came, and took them all away ( lifts off and away all of them); so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.

42  Watch therefore ( be constantly watching): for ye know not ( you will have absolutely no intuition or gut instinct of) what hour your Lord doth come.

What will happen to America, if it loses it Biblical foundations? Can a nation built upon sand endure?

Don’t be caught off guard, for I tell you that many will. Remember the fleeing animals.

Did Animals Sense Tsunami Was Coming?
By Maryann Mott
for National Geographic News
January 4, 2005
Before giant waves slammed into Sri Lanka and India coastlines ten days
ago, wild and domestic animals seemed to know what was about to happen
and fled to safety.According to eyewitness accounts, the following events happened:• Elephants screamed and ran for higher ground.• Dogs refused to go outdoors.• Flamingos abandoned their low-lying breeding areas.• Zoo animals rushed into their shelters and could not be enticed to come back out.

The belief that wild and domestic animals possess a sixth sense—and know in advance when the earth is going to shake—has been around for centuries.

Wildlife experts believe animals’ more acute hearing and other senses might enable them to hear or feel the Earth’s vibration, tipping them off to approaching disaster long before humans realize what’s going on.

The massive tsunami was triggered by a magnitude 9 temblor off the coast of northern Sumatra island on December 26. The giant waves rolled through the Indian Ocean, killing more than 150,000 people in a dozen countries.

Relatively few animals have been reported dead, however, reviving speculation that animals somehow sense impending disaster.

Ravi Corea, president of the Sri Lanka Wildlife Conservation Society, which is based in Nutley, New Jersey, was in Sri Lanka when the massive waves struck.

Afterward, he traveled to the Patanangala beach inside Yala National Park, where some 60 visitors were washed away.

The beach was one of the worst hit areas of the 500-square-mile (1,300-square-kilometer) wildlife reserve, which is home to a variety of animals, including elephants, leopards, and 130 species of birds.

Corea did not see any animal carcasses nor did the park personnel know of any, other than two water buffalos that had died, he said.

Along India’s Cuddalore coast, where thousands of people perished, the Indo-Asian News service reported that buffaloes, goats, and dogs were found unharmed.

Flamingos that breed this time of year at the Point Calimere wildlife sanctuary in India flew to higher ground beforehand, the news service reported.

Strange Animal Behavior

Accounts of strange animal behavior have also started to surface.

About an hour before the tsunami hit, Corea said, people at Yala National Park observed three elephants running away from the Patanangala beach.

World Wildlife Fund, an organization that leads international efforts to protect endangered species and their habitats, has satellite collars on some of the elephants in the park.

A spokeswoman said they plan to track the elephants on that fateful day to verify whether they did move to higher ground. She doesn’t know, though, when the satellite data will be downloaded and analyzed.

Corea, a Sri Lankan who emigrated to the United States 20 years ago, said two of his friends noticed unusual animal behavior before the tsunami.

One friend, in the southern Sri Lankan town of Dickwella, recalls bats frantically flying away just before the tsunami struck. Another friend, who lives on the coast near Galle, said his two dogs would not go for their daily run on the beach.

“They are usually excited to go on this outing,” Corea said. But on this day they refused to go and most probably saved his life.

Alan Rabinowitz, director for science and exploration at the Bronx Zoo-based Wildlife Conservation Society in New York, says animals can sense impending danger by detecting subtle or abrupt shifts in the environment.

“Earthquakes bring vibrational changes on land and in water while storms cause electromagnetic changes in the atmosphere,” he said. “Some animals have acute sense of hearing and smell that allow them to determine something coming towards them long before humans might know that something is there.”

Did Humans Lose Their Sixth Sense?

At one time humans also had this sixth sense, Rabinowitz said, but lost the ability when it was no longer needed or used.

Joyce Poole is director of the Savanna Elephant Vocalization Project, which has its headquarters in Norway. She has worked with African elephants in Kenya for 25 years. She said the reports of Sri Lanka’s elephants fleeing to higher ground didn’t surprise her.

Research on both acoustic and seismic communication indicates that elephants could easily pick up vibrations generated from the massive earthquake-tsunami, she said.

Poole has also experienced this firsthand.

“I have been with elephants during two small tremors, and on both occasions the elephants ran in alarm several seconds before I felt the tremor,” she said.

One of the world’s most earthquake-prone countries is Japan, where devastation has taken countless lives and caused enormous damage to property. Researchers there have long studied animals in hopes of discovering what they hear or feel before the earth shakes. They hope that animals may be used as a prediction tool.

Some U.S. seismologists, on the other hand, are skeptical. There have been documented cases of strange animal behavior prior to earthquakes. But the United States Geological Survey, a government agency that provides scientific information about the Earth, says a reproducible connection between a specific behavior and the occurrence of a quake has never been made.

“What we’re faced with is a lot of anecdotes,” said Andy Michael, a geophysicist at USGS. “Animals react to so many things—being hungry, defending their territories, mating, predators—so it’s hard to have a controlled study to get that advanced warning signal.”

In the 1970s a few studies on animal prediction were done by the USGS, “but nothing concrete came out of it,” Michael said. Since that time the agency has made no further investigations into the theory.

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Our safari in Ambocelli Kenya. Mt. Kilimanjaro in the background.

 

New Places, New Enviroments, New Cultures; I’m A Universal Traveler.


It’s been some time that I have been walking out a personal infirmity. No doubt, I know that God is healing me, or has healed me.

God took His sweet time with this process, though.  Many a time I have wondered why?

When one possesses a land with great difficulty, one never goes back to the sin which caused the infirmity.  The time it took was simply too long. The fasting, the prayers, the brokenness, put the fear of God and the horribleness of sin in me.

Fallen human nature does not appreciate what is freely given.  When it has to pay for it, it cherishes it all the more. When things are free, you can take or leave them.

Someone said, “Grace is free but not cheap. “ Possession of our souls, is free, in that God has saved us. He does not make it easy though, so that we fear falling back into sin.

After battling long and hard with the infirmity, I know that I have been healed. Yet, I feel the pain of it, and the attack of the enemy with pain.

I am convinced that behind most infirmities there are demons.

Yesterday, I lay in bed saying, “OK God, I feel healed but still combat the pain and the demons.”

God replied, “Your mind still lives in the atmosphere, and the culture of earth. “

Heaven has an atmosphere, and a culture. We see it all the time in Ezekiel and Revelations.

An atmosphere: The pervading or surrounding tone, influence or mood of a place which is put out by the culture of that place.

Environment That which environs or surrounds; surrounding conditions, influences, or forces, by which living forms and things are influenced and modified in their growth and development within that environment or place.

A culture is behavior, activities, values and beliefs which are reinforced by the members, and things within a place.

 Paul calls this atmosphere and culture, heavenly places, or living in, or Inside of Christ.  God has blessed us, past tense, with all spiritual blessings, in heavenly, but not earthly places.

In, or Inside of Christ, do all things exist perfectly created, not outside of Him.

It’s in heaven’s environment, with its own set of laws that healing manifests.  There are no  sicknesses in heaven. In earthly places there are. Earth’s base atmosphere allows demons to attack. The atmosphere of heaven will not, since demons live far below .

In my quiet time, it dawned on me how many things does God long to birth in heaven’s atmosphere and surrounding culture.

Col 2:10  And ye are complete  in him, which is the head of all principality and power:

Complete/ perfect passive tense: Filled full with all that God is, owns, and wants to do and existing now and forevermore in that dimension.

We must see ourselves as complete. The warfare that we wage in flesh and spirit will battle and tells us otherwise. This is our great conflict, guaranteed. Because faith is a law,  we obtain in proportion to seeing ourselves complete or incomplete.  Has the work been completely done in you, or did Christ  forget something?  When you see yourself complete, you will experience complete salvation, as much as can be attained on this side of eternity.

If we still live in earthly places and in the old identity,  God cannot birth. Birthing is the product of something new. The new only comes when the cycle of the old is complete. We must be done with who we were, and where we live, so that the birthing commensurate with the laws and customs of the new place can ensue.

Birthing occurs effortlessly. It just happens . You do nothing but receive it. If you are done with your cycle of old identity, old places, and old cultures, expect for  new things to be quickly birthed in you. Oh yes,  don’t forget to be thankful to God. This is a huge part of the new culture.

Re 1:1  The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto him, to shew unto his servants things which must shortly come to be (birthed)and he sent and signified it by his angel unto his servant John:

It’s the necessity of the case or binding (In God’s mind) that these things be birthed in swiftness or quickly.

Re 1:19 Write the things which thou hast seen, and the things which are, and the things which shall be (birthed) hereafter;

The things which are about to be birthed

Re 4:1  After this I looked, and, behold, a door was opened in heaven: and the first voice which I heard was as it were of a trumpet talking with me; which said, Come up hither, and I will shew thee things which must be (birthed)hereafter.

Up step here, and I will show you what things are binding and necessary to be birthed after these things.

Re 4:2  And immediately I was (birthed)in the spirit: and, behold, a throne was set in heaven, and one sat on the throne.

And immediately I in myself came to exist within spirit (or: in myself I came to be or: I birthed myself within [the] Spirit), and behold!  A throne being laid down and lying within the heaven, and upon the throne [was] One continuously sitting. Jonathan Mitchell New Testament Version

Re 12:10  And I heard a loud voice saying in heaven, Now is (birthed) salvation, and strength, and the kingdom of our God, and the power of his Christ: for the accuser of our brethren is cast down, which accused them before our God day and night.

At this very moment, just now, is birthed…

Re 21:6  And he said unto me, It is has been (birthed) ( perfect active indicative) I am Alpha and Omega  the beginning and the end (The origin and the completion or consummation of all things). I will give unto him that is athirst of the fountain of the water of life freely (lavishly and extravagantly).

Re 22:6  And he said unto me, These sayings are faithful and true: and the Lord God of the holy prophets sent his angel to shew unto his servants the things which must shortly be (birthed).

It’s the necessity of the case or binding (In God’s mind) that these things be birthed in swiftness or quickly.