The Disquiet by Michael Boldea

19 Feb
The following is a recent post by Michael Boldea, grandson of Dumitru Duduman. His posting echoes what we and many others have been sensing and sharing for sometime now. Pray for discernment and wisdom. Read the post entitled ‘The Lamp and the Light’ which speaks of both ‘wisdom and discernment, two qualities necessary in these days.  shalom – J & R
Posted: 16 Feb 2014 05:00 AM PST
It has been almost two weeks since it’s all I could do to keep from jumping out of my skin. Time in prayer seems to be the only thing that can alleviate the sense of foreboding I’ve been feeling, a disquiet that goes far beyond what the eye can see, or the skin can touch.

I can’t put my finger on it. I’ve prayed repeatedly for some discernment on the matter, some sort of elucidation or illumination, but all I’m getting is this sense of unease, this expectancy of something horrible beyond words around the corner.

The one thing I know is that it doesn’t have to do with me personally. It’s not something I’m feeling will happen to me, but something on a larger, more far reaching scale than one individual, or even one event.

Perhaps I’m the only one, but somehow I doubt it. If you’ve been feeling like this, if a sense of an impending something has been gnawing at you of late, let me know.

Like I said, the only thing that curbs the feeling is prayer. I’ve been doing a lot of it lately, and it has been good for me.

God is neither blind nor deaf. He sees, He hears, and He keeps immaculate records. If what I’ve been feeling is in fact the impending judgment of God, then it will be on such a scale as to stop the world in its tracks.  

With love in Christ,
Michael Boldea Jr.

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