Trampling Grapes of Wrath

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I was in a worship time this afternoon when all of a sudden everyone began to stomp their feet. As I watched this I heard an audible voice say, “They are trampling the grapes of wrath” I honestly did not know what exactly this meant. I asked the Lord what He was showing me and heard this next phrase,
 
“As my people go into worship I am allowing them to trample the grapes of wrath that the enemy has sent against them and as they trample these grapes it is turning it into a wine that will release intoxicating joy.”
 
Have you felt as though the enemy’s wrath has been sent against your life? Well, it’s time to use your feet to trample those sour grapes and allow God to turn it into the intoxicating new wine that releases joy! This wrath includes poverty, depression, loss and hopelessness. The enemy thought that he was giving you sour fruit to cause you to loose hope but the Lord is taking the very thing that the enemy sent against you and turning it into new wine that will restore your joy.
 
It is time to stomp, dance and watch God put the enemy under His feet.
 
Malachi 4:2-3
2″But for you who fear My name, the sun of righteousness will rise with healing in its wings; and you will go forth and skip about like calves from the stall. 3″You will tread down the wicked, for they will be ashes under the soles of your feet on the day which I am preparing,” says the LORD of hosts
 
Kathi Pelton
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