30 Jun What does Justice Served mean in this Season? 👏🏿 (Prophetic Word: It’s Not what you think)
Glory to Jesus Christ. Good morning. Good afternoon. Good evening. Hello, my brothers and sisters in Christ. I hope that you all are well in the Lord. I hope that you all are having a fantastic week so far and as always, I am honored to be your sister in Christ. And I thank you guys for coming to hear what God is saying in this moment in time. So I know you guys can hear my air going in the background. I am so sorry, but I have to keep it running guys cause it’s hot. It’s hot in this car. So please forgive me for that. And I’m going to try to talk as loud as I can, so you all can get the message that the Lord wants to use me to speak to you guys about on today. So this is going to be a prophetic word and it’s going to be concerning a word that God has already used me to speak to you about a month ago.
And that message was called justice is about to be served, right? And so God had been ministering to me about that word since it was released because of my mindset. God had to correct me this past week because even though I had been seeing justice being served in my life over these past few weeks, and many of you have been seeing justice being served on your behalf as it relates to things that the devil stole from you and God gave it back to you, your unemployment, your social security benefits or some kind of money that the Lord says that you were supposed to have some time ago, just some wrongdoing and circumstances by people and all kinds of stuff like that. We have been experiencing justice being served in those areas where whatever the devil stole from us, God is releasing those things back to us. God is making the enemy, pay us back what he owes us sevenfold. But the Lord wanted me to come on and be specific about justice. He says, talk about justice, tell my people that my justice is going to come in two different forms and it’s not going to be what you think it’s going to be.
See, I’m not going to lie to y’all. I’m just going to be real. When I think about God’s justice, I think about the word of God. The word of God says, do not vindicate yourself, but I, the Lord, your God will repay your enemies. I will do that. And so God instructs us not to go and try to get back at our enemies, try to come for the enemy that came for us. But instead, he wants us to bring the enemy to the throne, to pray for the enemy, and allow for him to do what he needs to do in the life of that enemy. And so when I first released this word, my heart was just with great joy at the time, because I said, okay, it’s time. It’s time for my enemies to have to pay for what they did to me. You know, they lied on me, they mock me, just made my life miserable in so many ways as it relates to ministry, as it relates to family life, as it just relates to me, period.
So when God had me released that justice word back in May, my mind was set that my enemies were going to deal with the consequences of their actions. But when I was thinking that, my thought was, my enemy is going to have to deal with the negative circumstance just like I did. They’re going to have to feel hurt. They’re going to have to feel pain and they’re going to get whatever they put out to me or towards me. It’s going to be negative. It’s going to be bad and they’re going to be beat down and God is going to push them into the ground and all of that because that’s how I felt when that enemy came for me. When that enemy came for me, it caused me pain. When the enemy came for me, it caused me hurt, when the enemy came for me I was down, hallelujah. And so I want my enemy to have to go through the same thing that I went through when the enemy came for me. And God began to reveal to me that that is how many of us have been feeling. We are just honing in on the fact that when God deals with our enemies, when God vindicates us in certain situations, in certain circumstances, we think that the enemy is just going to be flat out, punched in the face, and they going to be hurt, they’re going to be slapped in the back. And it’s just going to be crazy. And we going to be sitting there like, well, yeah, right. That’s what you deserve because of what you did to me, I’m being honest, y’all.
We are expecting for the negative to come to our enemy just as it came to us when the enemy was coming for us, right. So God had to correct me. And he says, Shenika do not rejoice in the downfall of your enemy. Do not rejoice in the downfall of your enemy. And when I first initially heard that, I thought, well, God, what are you talking about, what are you saying? And he says, listen, I want you to understand something. I need you to understand that my justice is going to come in two forms. There’s going to be two forms. One of them is going to be the obvious and the second is going to be not so obvious. It’s going to be not what you think it is. It’s going to surprise you and you’re going to miss it if you’re not paying attention, that’s what God began to say to me. And I said, well, Lord, what are these two things? He says, well, first of all, what you initially thought, there will be enemies of yours that will get the consequences of their actions. They will reap what they sow, they will have to endure whatever punishment that I have for them.
They will have to endure whatever judgment I have for them. And it will not be easy. It will make them sad. It will make some of them hurt. It will make some of them have to pick themselves up off the ground to recognize what is happening in my life. God says that will happen. But he says, listen, carefully. This is what he said. He says, Shenika the second form of justice that I am going to implement is not going to be what you think. God began to speak to me. And he said, beloved, for some of your enemies, I am going to deal with them. And as a result of them being dealt with, they will be delivered and set free. And they will come into repentance, hallelujah, because of it. And God says, when that happens in their lives, it will be that enemy that will come to you and make things right. It will be that enemy that I, the Lord, your God will use you to minister to. I need to say this again, because God says that this second type of justice, this way of him bringing justice to you, God says, it’s going to be in a way that you do not expect it, it’s going to be the way that you do not think that he’s going to do it.
God says, if you don’t pay attention, you’re going to miss it. God says that, yes, just this will come, he will repay your enemy. But then also when he repays your enemy for some of them, not all of them, but for some of your enemies, God says that deliverance and restoration and healing, hallelujah, and repentance shall come with it. And as a result of it, I, the Lord, your God am going to allow for that enemy to come to you. And when that enemy comes to you, my expectation is that you will minister to your enemy, glory be to God. That’s what he said. That’s what God said. And so he had me read Luke chapter six, verses 28 through 36 guys. After he gave me that revelation, he said, beloved justice will be served, but it’s not going to necessarily mean that your enemy is going to suffer in a way that you think they’re going to suffer. It’s not going to necessarily mean that your enemy is going to have to go through what you went through when they came for you, no. God says that justice may be served in a way that they will be delivered, they will be set free, that repentance will come into place.
And so as God began to show me that, he says, I want you to go to the book of Luke chapter six, verses 28 through 36. And I want you to read it because we miss it. People of God, when somebody comes against us, the word instructs us to pray for our enemy, the word instructs us to pray for our enemy. And as the verses say, bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you. If someone slaps you on one cheek, turn to them, the other also, if someone takes your coat, do not withhold your shirt from them, give to everyone who asks you. And if anyone takes what belongs to you do not demand it back, do to others as you would have them do to you. If you love those who love you, what credit is that to you, even sinners love those who love them. And if you do good to those who are good to you, what credit is that to you? Even sinners do that. And if you lend to those from whom you expect repayment, what credit is that to you? Even sinners lend to sinners, expecting to be repaid in full. But love your enemies. Do good to them and lend to them without expecting to get anything back.
Then your reward will be great and you will be children of the most high, because he is kind to the ungrateful and wicked, be merciful just as your father is merciful. This is the NIV version, guys. The bigger picture in this justice is for the kingdom, for the kingdom-minded, for the people that have been called to the kingdom of God to minister and to service the people that God calls us to service. One of the things that God requires for us to do is to walk in love and to have compassion and have a Christ-like manner about ourselves. And what really blew my mind about this is that I was so focused on justice being served against my enemy, that I was forgetting what the requirement of my anointing is in the kingdom. I was forgetting where my bigger reward is. God says that no matter what I decide to do with your enemy, whether I give them the punishment that they need, whether I judged them in a way that I see fit, understand that whatever comes about it, we must approach the situation in love.
Even though these people hurt us in some kind of way, even though these people lied on us some kind of way, even though people mocked you and just made your life miserable, the Bible says to love your enemies and do good to them and lend to them without expecting anything in return. Lending means praying for your enemy, hallelujah. Lending means doing something for your enemy that you would not otherwise do. And you’re doing it not because you want to do it, but you’re doing it because that’s what God requires. Why? Because when we do these things, God can do what he needs to do to bring that enemy into deliverance. Whether it be judgment, whether it be punishment, or whether it be bringing the enemy into repentance, bringing the enemy into full restoration so that maybe perhaps one day, that enemy will come to you and say, you know what? I thank God for you.
That is the whole purpose people of God, of praying for our enemy. That is the whole purpose of giving our enemies to God so that he can work with that spirit that dwells in that enemy to bring the fruition to pass. And so then we go to second Peter chapter three, verse nine. It helps us understand where this comes from. It says the Lord is not slow in keeping his promise as some understand slowness. Instead, he is patient with you not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come into repentance, people of God. This also includes our enemies. God is saying that he’s patient with us. So why should we not expect for him to be patient with our enemies? God is going to give your enemy exactly what they need according to their works. And so our job is to allow for God to serve, allow for God, to impend, to do whatever it is that he needs to do in order for justice to be served in our lives. Hallelujah.
And I know this is not what y’all want to hear, but this is what the Lord is saying. He says, pay attention to how justice is going to be served. It’s not going to necessarily mean that your enemy is going to fall back. It’s not going to necessarily mean that your enemy is going to get the hammer, but it may mean that God will bring your enemy into a process of deliverance, and as a result, they repent and they come to him and they become a different person in Christ. And guys, the Lord is testing our hearts in this, he’s testing. Are we really seeking vintages on our own behalf through God? Or are we really trusting and praying that our enemies will come out on top? Are we really trusting and praying that our enemies will see the errors in their ways? God is testing us.So, guys, the Lord says that justice will continue to be served for the remaining of this month of June and justice will be served in the month of July. And as a result of it, joy is going to come. But God says, pay attention to how justice will be served. Because if you not paying attention, you’re going to miss it. And it’s not going to be what you think it is!
By: Shaneika Byars (June 6/30/2021)