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The Clarion Call & Releasing of the Bounty Hunter Pt.2-3


From the safety of our shores, security of our boats and from the assurance in our skills and knowledge of fishing, into the rough and rugged terrain of the wilderness, the disciples of the Lord are being compelled to come. The Holy Spirit is drawing us into a place that has been explored by few and unknown to many. This place is called the wilderness and none of our previous experiences, tools and/or skills, as fishermen will be able to work.

16 Behold, I will send for many fishers, saith the LORD, and they shall fish them;and AFTER will I send for many hunters, and they shall hunt them from every mountain, and from every hill, and out of the holes of the rocks.

There are clear and present truths that need to be explored and carefully examined in order to properly make the transition into the next era of harvesting souls. Our first order of business should be to examine the importance of moving within the graces of God's allotted for the times and seasons. Second, we must make a clear distinction between fisher and hunter. Lastly once reveled we must then have a understanding of their functions and responsibilities that we might correctly apply them to gain maximum usage of these truths.

The Fishermen is one that fishes, as a person or ship engaged in fishing. Fish COMES TO fishermen. Fisher men catch, clean and distribute their catch. Fishermen deal mainly with the waters. {Spirit}

The Hunter is someone who hunts game, a person who searches for something; "a treasure hunter.” The hunters deal mainly with the land. Hunters track, capture, kill and distribute. Hunters GO GET their game. {Flesh}

Herein lies the mystery. We are presently stuck and complacent with our current position as fisherman, wanting everything and everyone to COME TO us, when God is calling us to GO TO them. {Mat. 28:19; Lk. 14:23} The waters of the wilderness are not liped pools of water but deserts of sand dirt and rocks. A dry place filled with dangerous uprisings that have no remorse in their attack. The wilderness causes a hunger and pain that causes your flesh to cry out for relief even when none can be seen. Jesus Himself was lead from the waters into the wilderness, {Mat. 4:1; Mk. 1:12-13; Lk. 4:1} unlike Jesus, but much like His apostles we have a problem with the wilderness.

Mark 8:4 - And his disciples answered him, From whence can a man satisfy these men with bread here in the wilderness? {Ref. Mat. 15:33}

I’m lead to believe that Christ’s disciples would have never asked this question had they been closer to their own source of income and food supply. Being fishermen by trade they were taken from their comfort zones and then asked to produce something on demand for the followers of Christ. The docks and fishing ports of the Sea of Galilee in Gennesaret could have easily solved the problem they were currently facing, but they found themselves further than arms reach or a stone’s throw away. Easy access had been denied. Like fish, when taken out of their habitat, they began to panic, squirm and gasp for air. At the point of death Jesus gave them life with His words “how many loaves do you have?” {v. 5} Suddenly air began to flow into their lungs and hope began to manifest itself. The disciples then realized that not only did they have loaves, but they also had fish. {v. 7} Reliance on what they were accustomed to {water}, mixed with the panic of a new place {the wilderness} fear gripped and blinded them, they could not see that they had the solution with them the whole time.

As saints we become uneasy when we are asked or directed by the Lord to leave the comfort of the docks of our ministries, our doctrines, etc. Therefore, we panic and like the disciples we fail to see that we already have what it takes to not only survive in the wilderness, but also to make it out. The wilderness deals with the death of our flesh, which is the hardest thing to bring in and maintain in the Lord’s presence. It’s easy to be drawn by His spirit because we come from and have been refashioned after His spirit. {Gen. 1: 26-28; 2:7; 1 Cor. 15:45} It’s easy to love God but much harder to hate our FLESH. Why? Often times, due to our teachings and upbringings we fail to realize that our SPIRIT doesn’t need God our FLESH does. {Joel 2:2:28} Our Father needs our flesh to cooperate with the Holy Spirit to not only get in His presence but also stay there that we may be changed from corruptable to incorruptable. The Christ in us all NEEDS and LONGS for a wilderness encounter. {Mat. 4:1; Mk. 1:12-13; Lk. 4:1; 5:6; Jn. 11:54; Rev 12:6,14)

John 3:14 says; And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up: See it’s not difficult to lift up a standard {Christ} in our ministries, church functions, buildings and for some, even in their homes, but can that same standard and much more be lifted up in the wilderness? Can we lift Jesus in the hard, rugged and lonely places? Can we lift Him in the place where temptation is around everycorner. Can we lift Christ in the place where we're exposed to the dangers of the land, far away from the refuge of our boats and protection of our shores. We have gathered and ministered to the church within the church but what about the church that’s still in the wilderness? {Acts 7:38} We have survived the perils of every facet of life, but we pause and stand in dread at the entrance of the wilderness. {2 Cor. 11:26} The spirit of Christ is driving us to the wilderness for it is there where we die {our flesh} and a new class of believer emerges. These are the remnant of sons of daughters that God will be proud to call His BOUNTYHUNTERS.


Drawn from the waters, equipped by the wilderness, a new breed of believer comes out from the shadows. God sent His spirit before us to preserve us a posterity {remnant}in the earth, to save our lives by a great deliverance. {Gen. 45:9} The divine GO of the Lord has come at a time when it is in dire need. {Mat. 28:19-20; Lk. 14:23} The earth is crying for the sons and daughters of God to manifest themselves and operate in the sphere of authority allotted to them by their Father. {Rom. 8:19}

We have briefly gave insight on the processes of transitioning that the church must embrace in order to accurately move in the will of God. Now we will clarify the position mentioned in Part 2 “The Bounty Hunters,” those who were taken from the waters and have survived the death of the wilderness. says that a bounty hunter is. One who hunts predatory animals in order to collect a bounty. (Reward) One who pursues a criminal or fugitive for whom a reward is offered.

This class of hunters will be sent out to pursue, hunt and track down any and or all criminals and fugitives {the lost, and backslidden} that refuse to heed the summons of the Lord {drawing of the Holy Spirit}. They will take the next step into the realms of the spirit to leave no stone unturned, no place unexplored to bring these outlaws to the courts of Christ. The bounty hunter has been given a charge and a mandate to bring those that belong to our king to justice. Christ has paid our bail with his life. Though we have been brought with a price and have become the servants of Christ many have not come to justice and others have jumped bail. {Ex. 15:16; Ps. 74:2; 78:54; Acts 20:28}

P.S. (Prophetically Speaking)

I hear the voice of the Lord in this hour speaking to the Bounty Hunters, who are the "Militia of the Ecclesia", “Purse! we shall surely overtake them and without fail recover all”. {1 Sam. 30:8} These Endowed Evangelists will be anointed with an empowerment from the Lord that will be that of a STALKER {spirit of the stalker}. Every where the fugitives turn, every where they go My spirit says, the Lord will meet them there. Every time their phones and door bell rings, they will find My Bounty Hunters on the other end of them. THEY SHALL NOT ESCAPE, THEY CAN RUN BUT THEY CANNOT HIDE. My rewards are with Me says God, an I will come quickly to give every man according to their work. My Bounty Hunters will not be driven or motivated by these rewards {natural or spiritual gain} but assured that they will receive for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. They are My elite and they are being called, COME FORTH NOW! They are My chosen and they are being released, GO NOW, and execute my righteous judgments in the earth. Hunt them from every mountain, hill and valley. Hunt them from every hole in rocks. Track them down in every hiding place in the four corners of the earth. Bring them back to My services, bring them back to My love, bring them back to My family, bring them back to My Ecclesia for I long to be with them. I dare not change the seasons without them for I wish that none would perish, but all would come and be tried by the fires of my love for them and saved from My indignation of their rejection. For the mouth of the Lord has spoken it.

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