For the past week, the overturning of Roe v Wade has been on the forefront of my mind.
This thought kept coming to me – The Overturning of Roe v Wade is the dagger/the stake through the enemy’s heart.
I kept hearing … ‘the stake through the enemy’s heart’.
Well this week is crucial …. It is expected that Supreme Court will release their vote on abortion rights.
Early this morning, around 2 or 3 am…. I awoke to the song DELILAH by Tom Jones, playing in my head.
“My my my Delilah …”
“Why why why … Delilah” 🎶
are the only lyrics I know …..
I reminded myself to listen to it upon arising and examine the rest of the lyrics.
I know of the song from my childhood when my mom used to be a fan of Tom Jones. But I did not know it’s meaning.
*So here is the premise of the song –
A man is hurt by his deceitful, adulterous wife.
He loves her deeply but she is no good for him.
One day he catches her in adultery, she laughs at him. And he has had enough. He drives a knife through her !
I had no idea the lyrics were so brutal …
I hesitated to share this because of these awful lyrics … but I decided it was relevant to how iniquity has reached it’s height and will be finally dealt with.
What also came to mind was how the Lord would call Israel His adulterous wife. (Jeremiah 2) Both Israel & Judah were likened to
adulterous sisters, headed for doom if they did not repent.
In scripture, Delilah was the Philistine harlot who entrapped Samson, a once righteous man who served God. She led him to ruin.
I felt that this song being highlighted to me demonstrates that the Lord has had had enough of the evil, adulterous ways of the wicked. They are like a cruel, heartless, adulterous wife who laughs in the face of sin.
He has come to a point where He cannot tolerate her perverse evil (abortion) anymore.
And the wicked will indeed receive judgement, like a stake through the heart ….
And I believe that stake will be the overturning of Roe v Wade.
13 June 2022
Link to ‘DELILAH’
• Note: This song being highlighted was not about physical violence.
The Lord does not condone violence in the physical.
Rather it points to a dramatic attack on evil in the SPIRIT.