With several months of the year of the whirlwind before us, how should we position ourselves amid the doom and gloom? That’s a good question—and one I’ve been pondering more and more lately. In fact, I’ve discussed it with many prophets and prophetic people in the last couple of weeks—and I’ve prayed plenty. Should we store up three years worth of food? Take all of our money out of the bank? Hide in a cave, praying for the best but believing the worst? Leave the country? What should be our response? I, for one, refuse to let a spirit of fear over take me, despite all the doom and gloom prophecies.
Cindy Jacobs, co-founder of Generals International, says first of all we are to obey the admonition from Scripture to not give in to fear. She is convinced the enemy wants to stir up panic and distress. But she is also convinced we have to stand firm, trusting God’s faithfulness. “I want to share with you what I am hearing prophetically at this moment. On a global level, God is changing the landscape of financial power. Some nations are going to find that their ‘cash cows’—the commodities that have propped up their ideologies—are diminishing or being taken away. This will even begin to affect the terrorist organization, ISIS,” Jacobs says. FULL REPORT