Let Us Be ONE, Part 1 of 33

Introduction

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Let Us Be ONE

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A prophecy as given to

Jeff Fenske

In 1999, I attended a meeting in Tulsa, Oklahoma that ended up being one of the greatest blessings and still is one of the greatest challenges of my life.
For the first time, I stood in line at a public meeting to hear a word from God. Normally, I wouldn’t bother, but I trusted the prophet because of his integrity and humble spirit.
There are also many texts about those who are called to be prophets and prophesying, including:

“He who receives a prophet in the name of a prophet will receive a prophet’s reward” (Mt. 10:41).
“Don’t quench the Spirit. Don’t despise prophesies. Test all things, and hold firmly that which is good” (1 Thess. 5:19-21).

So I was eager to hear what God would say, but we were split into two long lines, and I ended up being lined up outside of the room in which the prophet’s son, whom I had never heard of before was prophesying.
I was a bit disappointed. But not for long.
I walked into the room, and a big smile came on his face, and he spoke this to me while a person held the cassette recorder (10/23/99):

“Thank you Lord Jesus.
What is your name, bro?”
I responded with: “Jeff.”
“Jeff, Jeff, this is kind of—I saw you before we ever got here to these meetings.
The Lord showed me—I saw you last night, and I saw you just clear as a bell before we ever even come here. And I said ‘Lord, if that man’s out….’ I saw you last night and thought, well, I’ll just wait. You had the beard and everything.
The Lord says, books! You’re going to write some books. I saw you come in here with the papers. The Lord says you’re gonna write some books. The Lord says I’ve put some things in your heart already. The Lord says, start writing them things down.
And He said what’s going to happen is: have a tape recorder, because you ain’t gonna be able to write fast enough. The Lord says, I’m going to give you these things. And He says you’re just going to be talking into the tape recorder. You’re going to be writing some things down. I just see you, I mean getting these things just from the Lord as quick as you can get em and speak them into the tape recorder.
I see you even putting them on a computer, getting them on a computer, writing this thing on a computer. I even see you having two computers, having one here and one here—and a different book going on each computer.
But the Lord says, Get these books out [he said this phrase very slowly and firmly]. Get em out.
And the Lord says, I’m giving you these things quickly, and I want the books to come out quickly. Don’t hesitate on em, but get em out as quick as you can.
I don’t know if you have a publisher now, but the Lord says get you a publisher. If you haven’t got one, get a publisher, get with him, and get these books out.
Thank you, Jesus.”

After flying back to Alaska, I wrote this in an email to friends about this life changing event. For there was no doubt in my mind that I had heard from God through the prophet.

But about 1/2 hour before [receiving the prophecy], I thought I’d just write down what God would like to speak directly to me…. God spoke to me to “write, write, write, write,”…. He then told me how it had been right for me to wait until the right time.

I then described getting the prophecy, and what my reaction was.

I went outside and bawled.

I still remember how green the grass was on that sunshiny day.

Once back in Anchorage, I no longer had the smiling face of the prophet, encouraging me to go boldly where I had not quite gone before. I’ve had some prophecies for some people, and even one very long one for a church leader. But instead of getting positive reaction from church leadership, I was experiencing some of the things firsthand that God discusses in this prophecy, Let Us Be One, Jesus’ heart-cry for us all.

I didn’t know what this prophecy would look like, or how much of it would be prophecy and how much would be my own words. I trusted the prophet in Tulsa enough to know that I would probably hear much of what I would write down. But I wasn’t sure. Just in case, I got out a number of books that were stashed in boxes and placed them on shelves where I could access them during my first listening session.

About a month or so before 9/11, I heard: “take a week off and write a book.” I think it’s likely that God wanted me to do it right then, but I wasn’t sure, and had a week of vacation coming in about two months, which ended up being about 3 weeks after 9/11, during which the majority of the prophecy was written down.

It was scary at first. I waited until the middle of the week to even sit down and write. But when I did finally start, the words just came, and it was fairly easy. And I didn’t need any of the books on my shelf.

When I got the word, I was mainly concentrating on accurately writing down what I heard, so I didn’t really realize the jewel this word was until later, when I finally took the time to carefully read it. And I’m still amazed. Every time I read it, I see things I hadn’t seen before. It has actually helped me. I’m still trying to fully live in When They Mock You, and learning how to always forgive everyone, everywhere, from the bottom of my heart, no matter what is for me the hardest thing to always do. But only then can we totally be free.

I’ve been studying the subject of forgiving others for almost 20 years now, and I thought that in order for me to teach it, I would first have to be able to do it, not just sometimes, but all the time.

On 12/30/07, I was praying a forgiving prayer, and I’ve been taught to at the end say: “Holy Spirit, please come and heal my heart. And please tell me your truth about this situation.” Among other things, this is what I heard:

“Launch out your book the first of the year. It’s okay to let them read it online. Let this be the start.”

So God gave me the go ahead, and now it’s online for whomever to read.

I’m sorry that this took so long. I really need to apologize for that, because I think what God wants to say here can help many people not just a little bit, but I think this can be a great catalyst for many to get out of the matrix and into eternal life where we all can be ONE—the bandwagon of love—where life to the full awaits.

This is far from completed. I can’t change one word of the prophecy, but can the punctuation, the headings, and what is bolded.

I have intentionally double indented the prophecy, so I can add commentary and scriptures to its left, so this will eventually be able to be printed as a book. And it now looks like it will always be online too.

I really, really will appreciate your comments, for this will help me especially help me know what to comment on. And if you’d like to write me personally, my email address is at my About Jeff Fenske page.

Regarding the prophecy, itself, I really did try to get out of the way when I wrote down what I heard from God’s still, small voice. To the best of my ability, I don’t think I added anything to what God said. If I did err, it was more likely in exclusion, rather than inclusion. For I wanted to make sure I wasn’t writing anything that were my own thoughts.

Thanks so much for checking this out, and this page will probably change somewhat over time.

May we be ONE, in Him. Then the world will know.

Jeff : )

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  1. WITNESSES TO LOVE from the APOSTOLIC LETTER NOVO MILLENNIO INEUNTE by Pope John Paul II
    “By this all will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another” (Jn 13:35). If we have truly contemplated the face of Christ, dear Brothers and Sisters, our pastoral planning will necessarily be inspired by the “new commandment” which he gave us: “Love one another, as I have loved you” (Jn 13:34).
    This is the other important area in which there has to be commitment and planning on the part of the universal Church and the particular Churches: the domain of communion (koinonia), which embodies and reveals the very essence of the mystery of the Church. Communion is the fruit and demonstration of that love which springs from the heart of the Eternal Father and is poured out upon us through the Spirit which Jesus gives us (cf. Rom 5:5), to make us all “one heart and one soul” (Acts 4:32). It is in building this communion of love that the Church appears as “sacrament”, as the “sign and instrument of intimate union with God and of the unity of the human race”.26
    The Lord’s words on this point are too precise for us to diminish their import. Many things are necessary for the Church’s journey through history, not least in this new century; but without charity (agape), all will be in vain. It is again the Apostle Paul who in the hymn to love reminds us: even if we speak the tongues of men and of angels, and if we have faith “to move mountains”, but are without love, all will come to “nothing” (cf. 1 Cor 13:2). Love is truly the “heart” of the Church, as was well understood by Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, whom I proclaimed a Doctor of the Church precisely because she is an expert in the scientia amoris: “I understood that the Church had a Heart and that this Heart was aflame with Love. I understood that Love alone stirred the members of the Church to act… I understood that Love encompassed all vocations, that Love was everything”.

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