I recently heard a prophetic word that described an angelic visitation. Of course, I am all for angelic visitations. Both the Old and New Testament offer plenty of examples of angels appearing to people to deliver heavenly messages. But this angel apparently had a creative name. Its name was supposedly “Safe Passage.”
It grieves me that we have to go around this mountain yet again in the body of Christ. Wasn’t the controversy over Emma—the female angel who purportedly started the modern-day prophetic movement—enough to put an end to this sort of nonsense? Apparently not.
Let me be clear: There is no angel named Emma and there is no angel named Safe Passage—and it’s assignment is not to escort you safely into new opportunities or to clear fearsome corners and honor your unsung courage. read more