Prophetic Word: 'Don't Do It'

"There are those who feel so forgotten and forsaken." (Unsplash/Andrik Langfield Petrides)

There's something that has stayed with me all morning that I must share, even if it's for one person. I heard the Father say, "There are those who feel so forgotten and forsaken, that they are considering suicide. Tell them, 'Don't do it.' I am coming their way."

If your life is as dark as the inside of a tomb and you feel dead, listen carefully, "Often before a miracle, there's dead silence. But Jesus is coming your way. Tell your tomb goodbye. The Lord has great plans for you."

"For when the spirit of death wrapped chains around me and terrifying torrents of destruction overwhelmed me, taking me to death's door, to doom's domain, I cried to you in my distress, the delivering God, and from your temple-throne you heard my troubled cry. My sobs came right into your heart and you turned your face to rescue me" (Ps. 18:4-6, TPT).

Bill Yount has been a member of Bridge of Life in Hagerstown, Maryland, for the past 36 years, where he is now an elder and a home missionary. He is currently an adviser at large for Aglow International. Bill faithfully served in prison ministry at Mount Hope for 23 years and now travels full-time, both in the U.S. and internationally, ministering in churches and Aglow circles. Humility and humor characterize his ministry as he brings forth a fresh word that is "in season," proclaiming the word of the Lord. The shofar, or ram's horn, is often used in his meetings, breaking the powers of darkness over regions, churches and households. The shofar represents God's breath blowing into the nostrils of His people, reviving them and awakening the lost. Many of God's messages, which Bill ministers prophetically, come out of his everyday life with his family and friends. Please visit Bill's website at

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