(Tonga) King – Tupou VI

King – Tupou VI
How beloved you are! A king is a king is a king. But your name is attached to goodness. Now, I will tell you of a rhyme: Oh Tupou, when will you come,
Where will you roam? The fish will gather by your launch and be fed bread.
Look to the people for they will maintain your fame. The train of legacy that supports you has come from faithful servants of the most high, and I will bless and keep that which was committed unto me. Your posterity will follow you, but there is a group of servants that I have prepared to reach your youth. They will broaden my renown and your embrace will succor them. Herein you will gain far past what you heretofore had imagined. It is my good pleasure.

Prime Minister – ʻAkilisi Pōhiva
What you are called to do is live outside of the pomp. What cannot be accomplished in the open can be done behind the scenes. Your calling is to create godly alliances that will assist my Kingdom of Heaven to advance. Occupy until I come is your calling, and I will empower you to do this. Many will be helped, and though fame comes to those you serve, yet true fame is: Well done good and faithful servant.” These words are your watchword. Did your granny pray for you in vain? No, for the visitation you received as a youngster is your true north, and I will have you sail in faith towards the city of the great King.

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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