A Word To Davidic Prophets – Dishonour Will Never Establish The Kingdom Of God. You Need To Have Your Hands Clean Of Saul’s Blood

Be aware of a “new thing” trying to be packaged in an old wineskin. There is a lot of new language out there void of manifested Christlike character. Humility and Honour is and has always been the way of the kingdom. DISHONOUR WILL NEVER ESTABLISH THE KINGDOM OF GOD.
David didn’t dethrone Saul. Saul fell on his own sword. It is not the job of David to bring down Saul’s throne. That is God’s business and His alone. David’s role was to honour, be patient in battle, pursue the Lord, be authentic to who He was and to trust and believe God that what He ordains, man cannot be successful to stop.
Judging the house of Saul is for the Lord. Not the emerging Davidic house.
You need to have your hands clean of Saul’s blood.
David honoured this to the point he killed the guy who brought the news to him and announced Saul’s death with gladness!
This is especially a word for Davidic prophets calling forth Kingdom rule. I see so much language laced with bitterness and judgement. This is not going to bring about any kind of repentance or alignment in the house of God. In fact all it’s doing is speaking into the hearts of those who are carrying bitterness and offence from the wounds they have not been healed from as a result of Saul’s government. This breeds rebellion. The root word to rebellion is bitterness. So the very thing you judge in Saul’s house you have become. Because Samuel rebuked Saul for his rebellion. 1 Samuel 15:23
The Lord spoke to Jeremiah about this in response to Jeremiah’s complaint against the wounds he bore for carrying the word of the Lord. We need to know we will be persecuted. This is a fact. We can develop this persecution mindset that actually hinders our process.
The Lord had to bring perspective to Jeremiah and say hey your bitterness has temporarily disqualified you from being my mouthpiece. You need to separate the precious from the vile and then you can be reinstated as my mouthpiece.
“Therefore thus says the Lord [to Jeremiah]: If you return [and give up this mistaken tone of distrust and despair], then I will give you again a settled place of quiet and safety, and you will be My minister; and if you separate the precious from the vile [cleansing your own heart from unworthy and unwarranted suspicions concerning God’s faithfulness], you shall be My mouthpiece. [But do not yield to them.] Let them return to you–not you to [the people]. And I will make you to this people a fortified, bronze wall; they will fight against you, but they will not prevail over you, for I am with you to save and deliver you, says the Lord. And I will deliver you out of the hands of the wicked, and I will redeem you out of the palms of the terrible and ruthless tyrants.”
‭‭Jeremiah‬ ‭15‬:‭19‬-‭21‬ ‭AMPC‬
The Lord said if you get your heart clean of bitterness I’ll cause you to be protected to a point you are like a fortified city!!!
David kept his heart pure. Did the pursuit of Saul hurt his heart? Of course but he chose to keep it soft even still calling him my father when Saul was after his blood.
This is why Saul could never overcome him. David was made a fortified city in the midst of his persecution.
Many people exalt the persecution of Saul like an idol as if it’s more powerful than God’s plan. Rehearsing over and over the injustice and rejection and warfare.
Don’t let bitterness disqualify you from being God’s mouthpiece. The more you are focused on what’s out of alignment and the injustice experienced the more you will speak from a crooked place and lead many into the same error.
Remember Hebrews 12:15 says if you speak from bitterness you will defile the body.
David’s choice to honour Saul in injustice sowed seeds of protection for a future time when His throne was to be in jeopardy to Absolom. The seed of honour was sown. So dishonour could not find place to succeed.
Remember whatever you sow you will reap. If you sow dishonour in the time of injustice, you will sow a seed that will harvest in the future. The bible says God is not mocked whatever a man sows he will reap.
Don’t think of yourself more highly than you ought that your future will be free of betrayal. You will encounter Absolom, Judas and the like. So just be mindful of how you are dealing with Saul right now, because that is sowing seed for your future battles.
Everyone has a Saul. God brings a Saul into your life to test you. Don’t act like an Absolom. Absolom was infused with the sense of justice. He thought David wasn’t doing a good enough job, and desired the top job.
You aren’t the saviour to the church. Many are blinded by what they call “righteous anger”, which somehow gives them licence to dishonour????? Hugh????
The rebellion and stubbornness of our heart can be blinded by this sense of justice or injustice. But let’s look at the fruit it’s producing.
Be a David, choose the fear of the Lord, choose honour, and rest in the fact that no man can stand in the way or ever hinder or abort what God has appointed and anointed in your life. You are the only obstacle by your simple choice to honour or dishonour.
Save yourself the future grief and trust God that His vengeance is perfect and just and His time is perfect and right.
Worship in His presence, repent, get healed, and be a pure mouthpiece that can be used as a purifying agent to His body by speaking with mercy and truth that purges the heart of iniquity (proverbs 16:6). Not judgement and chaos that imparts lawlessness and rebellion.
If you truly believe you carry the “new” then your life and your language will be laced with honour.
Many blessings,
Anita Alexander