The Seraphim are Coming by Neville Johnson

In 2007, Neville Johnson was taken up in a vision and shown the end time preparation for God’s people to be purified before the glory rests upon His people. “The seraphim are coming. I’m going to baptize my people in fire. And when I’m done with them they will be completely new creations. They will arise and go forth across the land. I will do this. I’m about to start cleaning up my church and cleaning up My people.”

When John the Baptist saw Jesus coming to be baptized he confessed his weakness in converting the whole person through water baptism, but Jesus said, ‘Permit it just now; for this is the fitting way for [both of] us to fulfill all righteousness [that is, to [h]perform completely whatever is right].’ John was aware that his baptism was the precursor to changing their minds for the better, heartily amending their ways, with abhorrence of past sins]. But the one who came after him would baptize them with the Holy Spirit and fire. Jesus baptism would produce a complete inward change and the fire of God would consume all that would not endure or withstand the test. Those who came through the firing process would be the ‘sons of God.’ Sonship determines the measure of maturity. When the Father declared, ‘this is my beloved Son,’ He was saying, this is my beloved Hiuos (fully mature son) that has come through the appointed process of refining as a vessel of honor to carry out the Father’s will and distribute the inheritance. Ask for the fire of God to consume the hay, dross and stubble in our lives so that we will come out looking like the Son of God!

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