Stephen’s introduction,

A few days ago, I had my friend and former assistant Chris Reber contact me with a word He felt He had received from the Lord. As He listened recently to a teaching by the late John Paul Jackson, He felt like the tools which John Paul gave in the teaching on how to claim justice in the earth were pertinent to what we’re facing currently in the US with the election fraud. Enjoy this short writing by Chris and join with us in praying and decreeing justice over this situation!

Bless you,



I have been very concerned about the recent elections here in America, especially after the counting shutdown on election night and massive additional votes late that night for former Vice- President Biden. But I didn't really know how to pray except to declare that all fraud would be exposed and the truth would come out. That was good, but somehow I did not feel I was touching God's heart for the elections.

I'm in my 60's now and my wife and I still have two CD players. A friend from church said he would be throwing out some old CD's so I told him that I'd appreciate it if he would give them to me so I could listen to them. On the Sunday after the election, my friend gave me 8 old CD's. The next day, my wife listened to several of them, partly while cooking in the kitchen. She mentioned that one of the CD’s was on the subject of justice by the late John Paul Jackson, and that it was really good. So I listened to it that night and I've listened to it almost every day for a week now. On this CD John Paul teaches on justice and the importance of the following steps to achieve justice:

1. Recognize injustice committed by Satan

2. Repent of any injustice we committed against others

3. Claim recompense (a settlement) from satan for his injustice

Maybe some of you heard John Paul's teaching 5-10 years ago but have forgotten it, so I wanted to remind you of this one. In the CD, John Paul mentions this Psalm:

(Psalm 37:28)

“For the Lord loves justice, and does not forsake His saints;... The righteous shall inherit the land, and dwell in it forever.”

Since listening to this teaching I started declaring the Lord's love for justice and that He will bring justice to our election results here in America. Then, just today (November 16th, 2020) I was doing some Bible study looking up justice and other topics. I came across (Genesis 18:25) – “Far be it from You (God) to do such a thing as this, to slay the righteous with the wicked, so that the righteous should be as the wicked, far be it from You! Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right (mishpat)?” (parenthetical text added). The Hebrew word translated “right” at the end of this verse is the word “mishpat.” This Hebrew word, “mishpat” means “justice” and it is the exact same word used in (Malachi 2:17), which ends with asking the question "Where is the God of justice (Elohim Mishpat)?"

So now my cry to the Lord about our election is: “Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right?” or “Shall not the Judge of all the earth do Justice?”

I encourage you dear saints, go through the 3 steps listed above yourself to achieve justice in regard to the election. Then, join with me and claim justice for our President with the cry, “Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right, do justice?” until he is inaugurated for his second term on January 20th!

In His Service,

Chris Reber

CHRIS REBER is a former missionary to Southeast Asia. He served there for more than 16 years preaching, teaching, and helping to translate the bible into the native language of the local people. Chris is also a former staff member of Lion of Light Ministries and former assistant to Stephen. Today he resides in Fort Mill, South Carolina with his wife Mary Ellen.

To contact Chris directly email him at: littlelamb7@hotmail.com

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