Fading of The Crescent Moon
Leslie Lyons, Adventures In Faith
July 20, 2004 (Re-post of 7.20.2004)
While sitting outside in the night air, I noticed in the sky a sliver crescent moon. God spoke to me the sign of the crescent moon in the natural is the sign of the Muhammadans. He spoke to me, that this is a waning sign and symbol that will pass. Two years ago, I saw the same moon, and it dominated the night sky. It’s spiritual presence filtered into the earth, and even outshone the other constellations. For Christians, as then, as now the Muhammadans dominate world events. But God spoke to me this is going to change. As I was looking at the moon and pondering this revelation, a single black cloud moved over the crescent moon and obscured it. I do not know the times or seasons. But the times of Islam may be drawing to a close. Radical Islam and the consequences it produces, will be overruled by the Living God of heaven.
God instructed me to blow the dust of this prophetic word, and take it off the shelf. I went back and reviewed world history, especially during the take over of the faith by the Ottoman Empire. It appeared to me Islam took a sharp turn and bend toward extreme violence. Whether this is a result of political, social or religious fervor I do not now. Nor is it the important thing at this time and day.
The important thing is as the Lord Jesus reveals Himself to all the tribes and nations of the earth, they will turn to Him with a grateful heart. They will worship and adore the King of Kings, Lord of Lords! They will not need floor mats, holy water, or voting booths to bring in the kingdom. Religions, governments and social institutions will fade into the background as we witness the resurrection power of God Almighty flow into the earth.
“Behold, behold. I AM coming in power and prestige. Not as a Lamb. I will assume my rightful place upon the throne. The earth is my footstool, and heaven is my habitation. Blessed are those who seek my holy name, for they shall be filled. This is the Faithful and True who says these things sayeth the Lord”.
“The Lord lives! Blessed be my Rock; and let the God of my salvation be exalted, The God Who avenges me and subdues peoples under me, Who delivers me from my enemies; yes, You lift me up above those who rise up against me; You deliver me from the man of violence. Therefore will I give thanks and extol You, O Lord, among the nations, and sing praises to Your name”. [Rom. 15:9.] (Psalms 18:46-49 AMP)
And blessed be his glorious name for ever: and let the whole earth be filled with his glory; Amen, and Amen. (Psa 72:19)