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The pride of the wicked people will be punished!

Mischief-makers, worthless, wicked people go around telling lies, all the while planning evil in their perverted minds, stirring up trouble everywhere. Say of the righteous that things will go well for them. They will get to enjoy what they have worked for. But evil people are doomed; what they have done to others will now be done to them. (After clicking the video, wait for a moment until it plays.)

Published on August 20, 2019 by Ailyn

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Hello, welcome! On August 20th, 2019, the messenger angel brought on the following message from God to end-time Prophet Benjamin Cousijnsen.

Shalom! I greet you in the unconditional love of Abba, Father, El Elohím, Adonai, your Rabbouni and Lord of lords and King of kings, the Most Holy One of Israel, Yeshua HaMashiach, YHWH, Jesus Christ.

Verily,

Proverbs 5, verse 7  Now sons “and daughters“, listen to me, and don’t deviate from the words of my mouth.

Revelation 22, verse 6  Then he said to me, “These words are trustworthy and true. The Lord, the God of the spirits of the Prophets, sent his angel to show his servants what must soon take place”.

Proverbs 6, verse 12 and verse 14  Worthless people and guilty people go around with crooked talk. Their hearts are corrupt and determined to do evil; they create controversies all the time.

Proverbs 7, verse 21  She seduces him with all her talk. She entices him with her flattery.
And verses 25 to 27  Don’t turn your heart to her ways; don’t wander down her paths. She has caused many corpses to fall; she has killed many people. Her house is a path to Sheol, going down to the chambers of death.

Proverbs 12, verses 12 and 13  Desiring evil is a trap for the wicked, but the root of the righteous produces fruit. The wicked are trapped by the transgressions of their lips, but the righteous escape from distress.

Proverbs 13, verse 13  Trouble will come on those who despise a word, but those who respect the commandment will be rewarded.
And verse 21  Trouble follows sinners everywhere, but righteous people will be rewarded with good things.

Proverbs 14, verse 16  A wise man fears, and shuns evil, but the fool is hotheaded and reckless.
Verse 19  Evil people will bow down before the good; wicked people are at the gates of the righteous.
And verse 22  Don’t those who plan evil go astray? Those who plan good receive loyalty and faithfulness.

Proverbs 15, verse 2  The tongue of the wise enhances knowledge, but the mouth of a fool gushes with stupidity.
Verse 8  The Lord detests the sacrifices of the wicked, but favors the prayers of those who do right.
Verse 12  Mockers don’t like those who correct them. They won’t go to the wise.
Verse 14  An understanding heart seeks knowledge; but fools feed on folly.
Verse 18  Hotheads stir up conflict, but patient people calm down strife.
Verse 24  Wise people walk the road that leads upward to life, not the road that leads downward to death.
And verses 29 to 33  The Lord is far from the wicked, but he listens to the prayers of the righteous. Bright eyes give joy to the heart; good news strengthens the bones. The ear that listens to life-giving correction dwells among the wise. Those who refuse discipline despise themselves, but those who listen to correction gain understanding. The fear of the Lord is wise instruction, and humility comes before respect.

Proverbs 16, verses 1 and 2  To people belong the plans of the heart, but the answer of the tongue comes from the Lord. All the ways of people are pure in their eyes, but the Lord tests the motives.
And verses 24 and 25  Pleasant words are flowing honey, sweet to the taste and healing to the bones. There is a path that may seem straight to someone, but in the end it is the path of death.

Proverbs 17, verse 20  Those with crooked hearts won’t prosper, and those with twisted tongues will fall into trouble.
And verse 28  Fools who keep quiet are deemed wise; those who shut their lips are smart.

Proverbs 18, verse 5  It is not right to favor the guilty and keep the innocent from receiving justice.
Verses 7 and 8  The mouth of fools is their ruin; their lips are a trap for their lives. The words of gossips are like choice snacks; they go down to the inmost parts.
And verse 10  The Lord’s name is a strong tower; the righteous run to it and find refuge.

Proverbs 19, verse 29  Punishments were made for mockers, and blows for the backs of fools.

Proverbs 21, verse 29  Righteous people are sure of themselves; the wicked have to pretend as best they can.

Proverbs 23, verse 9  Don’t speak in the ears of fools, for they will scorn your insightful words.
And verse 12  Bring your mind to instruction, your ear to knowledgeable sayings.

Proverbs 28, verse 5  Evil people don’t understand justice, but those who seek the Lord understand everything.
Verses 9 and 10  If you do not obey the law, God will find your prayers too hateful to hear. If you trick an honest person into doing evil, you will fall into your own trap.
And verses 13 and 14  Those who hide their sins won’t succeed, but those who confess and give them up will receive mercy. Happy are those who are continually fearful, but those whose hearts are hard fall into trouble.

And Proverbs 29, verses 26 and 27  Many seek access to the ruler, but justice comes from the Lord. The unjust person is disgusting to the righteous; the straight path is disgusting to the wicked.

Verily, my name is Revorme, a messenger angel of God.

Ecclesiastes 1, verse 14  I have seen all the works that are done under the sun; and behold, all is vanity and a chasing after wind.

Proverbs 31, verse 30  Charm is deceptive and beauty fleeting, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.

And Ecclesiastes 7, verse 5  It is better to have wise people reprimand you than to have stupid people sing your praises.
And verses 9 and 10  Don’t be too quick to get angry because anger lives in the fool’s heart. Don’t ask, “How is it that the former days were better than these?” because it isn’t wise to ask this.

Verily,

Isaiah 3, verses 10 and 11  Say to the righteous that things will go well for them. They will get to enjoy what they have worked for. But evil people are doomed; what they have done to others will now be done to them.
And verse 15  How dare you crush my people and grind the faces of the poor? says the Lord God of heavenly forces.

Verily, the mischief-makers, their pride will be punished!

Isaiah 14, verse 11  Your majesty has been brought down to Sheol, along with the sound of your harps. Under you is a bed of maggots, and worms are your blanket.
And verse 15  But instead, you have been brought down to the deepest part of the world of the dead.

And Matthew 7, verses 1 and 2  “Don’t judge, so that you won’t be judged. You’ll receive the same judgment you give. Whatever you deal out will be dealt out to you.”

I’m going now, spoke the messenger angel of God, Ruacha, Yeshu, Shalom!

 

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