This Supernatural Sound Can Break The Spirit Of Fear

 

Larry Sparks shares a prophetic word regarding a supernatural sound that can break the spirit of fear. Sparks also shares while he doesn’t have a specific prophetic word about the coronavirus, he does have a very clear word from the Lord that He is restoring the roar of praise, and more. 

Larry Sparks shares a prophetic word regarding a supernatural sound that can break the spirit of fear.

Excerpt:

I prophesy that the Lord is restoring the ROAR of praise, for the ROAR of praise and the SHOUT of the King will empower the people of God to war victoriously against the prevailing spirit of fear that is contaminating the earth.

Wash your hands, yes. Buy appropriate supplies and food (and toilet paper!), absolutely. Be prepared and operate in wisdom. But there must be a sound of praise roaring once again from the Church.

For the last 10 years, praise and worship have become increasingly mellow. We’ve neglected the “breaker” praise songs of the 1990s, early 2000s. Remember those days? I sense the Spirit of the Lord say, “Go back to the Breaker!” In other words, we need to go back to those songs that carried that “Breaker anointing.”

Praise God for how Hillsong and Darlene Zschech pioneered in these areas with “My Redeemer Lives,” “All Things are Possible,” “Hear Our Praises,” and “The Shout of the King.” Hallelujah for Darrell Evans’ revolutionary acoustic album “Let the River Flow,” with prophetic anthems like “New Song Arising,” “We Will Embrace Your Move,” “Kingdom Song” and “Spirit of Revival.” Song after song comes to mind: “Garments of Praise” from Robin Mark, “Enemy’s Camp” from Lindell Cooley, “Did You Feel the Mountains Tremble” by Delirious, “Stand Up and Praise Him” from the Smithton Outpouring, and so on.

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