“crossroads” ….. + (Ashgabat, Turkmenistan)

Ashgabat: Look to the North, South, East, and West. What do you see? Riders are coming from each direction, and you cannot stop them. The rider from the North is dragging a cannon and a sword. His tooth is gold, his smile is broad, and destruction is in his mouth. From the south comes a camel, and many flasks of oil. The woman on the camel has lips as smooth as oil, and there is honey to her touch. A dart is in her left hand and it will pierce your heart if you lie with her. To the East comes four horsemen. Their names are “plenty,” “obeisance,” “drums,” and “trumpets.” The promise is abundance if you will do fealty. The drum is for cadence, and the trumpet is for attack. You will sell your manhood, your soul, and die in vain if you receive them into your city. To the West is a donkey, ridden by a lamb. There is nothing comely about him but peace is the scepter he wields. Love and devotion is his call, and life is his assurance. You have the gates and the keys. As you decide, so goes the land. Consider well to whom you open your gates. Old, broken, and despised gray hairs will not lead you astray. Many are watching, and although you did not ask for this, now you must lead.

About Kent DaVault

Believer, husband, father, grandfather, professor, voice to the nations. This blog is for comfort, exhortation, and edification. These are the attributes of general prophecy in I Corinthians 14 from The Bible. The entries are first person point of view from God as He prompts me what He would like to say. These entries are not scripture, I am not God, and all entries must be held to the light of scripture. I am human and therefore fallible. If any entries are not biblically sound, I welcome feedback... May you be richly blessed of God.
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