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Jesus - The God Of Salvation Speaks To My Land Fort Berthold -

Updated: Oct 14, 2021

Jesus - The God Of Salvation Speaks To My Land Fort Berthold -

You Need To Be Anointed By Your Pastor To Make The Rapture

The Rapture In Relation To The Anointing


This is what the Lord Jesus says to Fort Berthold, my Land,


"Native Americans aren't making it in the Rapture because they don't know Jesus. They know what they heard and seen in Church. But that's not the Lord. The Pastor knows the Lord but he has to baptize you in the anointing. This isn't fake..."


Hello to my land, Ft Berthold Native American Reservation. You know me. This is Darrin Pegram. Son of Wilma Packineau Nash (RIP). Enrolled members. The other day I asked the Lord what He wants me to Post next here. He told me a Prophecy to you, my Tribe. The Lord called you, "my land". I have recorded what the Lord wants to say to you. I wrote it in quotations above.

The motive in that Prophecy, is that you might be saved. Salvation, YOUR salvation, is what Jesus' heart is about. I'm one of God's sons and you're my land. So Jesus is concerned for your salvation. Jesus wants to save you like He did me and for you to also become a Christian. Do you know what Jesus is talking about in that Prophecy? I'm trying to understand what Jesus is saying (this is what it's like to be a Prophet. We don't understand what the Lord and the Angels are saying because the messages aren't coming from our minds).

From reading that Message from Jesus above over and over, I discern that my land are hearing and seeing in Church things about the Rapture and they want to make the Rapture and go to heaven too. But they're not experiencing the anointing and so they think it's all fake. The Pastor is supposed to lay hands on you and pray for you to be anointed, so that you know Jesus and know it's all real because the Pastor in church, is the one that knows the Lord. The anointing will come to you from the Pastor.

To know the Lord means to be anointed. The anointing is the baptism into the Holy Spirit. We get baptized into the Spirit through faith in Christ. We hear about Christ in Church and what you've heard and seen there, you think is fake because the Pastor hasn't asked the Lord to anoint you with the Holy Spirit. The Lord isn't what you've heard and seen in Church. The Lord is the Holy Spirit, or, the Anointing. Once you get anointed, you're not going to think all that you've heard and seen in church is fake. And if you don't experience the Anointing and get to know the Holy Spirit thereby, you're not going to make it in the Rapture because you don't know the Lord.

From that Prophecy above, it sounds like the Lord wants the Pastors on Fort Berthold to start asking Him to anoint the people that are coming to Church. The Lord wants me to leave this message as is without me teaching you what the Bible says about the anointing. I think that the Lord wants you to print this out and take it to your Pastor and for your Pastor to do his/her job and lay hands on you and to ask the Lord to anoint you with the Holy Spirit.

I leave you with 3-chapters about the baptism into the Holy Spirit showing that the Holy Spirit will come upon you in one of two ways. After baptism into water for Church membership (Acts 2:38, 39), or, before (Acts 10:43-48).


Acts chapters 1, 2 and 10


Acts 1

Living Bible


1-2 Dear friend who loves God: In my first letter[a] I told you about Jesus’ life and teachings and how he returned to heaven after giving his chosen apostles further instructions from the Holy Spirit. 3 During the forty days after his crucifixion he appeared to the apostles from time to time, actually alive, and proved to them in many ways that it was really he himself they were seeing. And on these occasions he talked to them about the Kingdom of God. 4 In one of these meetings he told them not to leave Jerusalem until the Holy Spirit came upon them in fulfillment of the Father’s promise, a matter he had previously discussed with them. 5 “John baptized you with water,”[b] he reminded them, “but you shall be baptized with the Holy Spirit* in just a few days.” 6 And another time when he appeared to them, they asked him, “Lord, are you going to free Israel from Rome[c] now and restore us as an independent nation?” 7 “The Father sets those dates,” he replied, “and they are not for you to know. 8 But when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, you will receive power to testify about me with great effect, to the people in Jerusalem, throughout Judea, in Samaria, and to the ends of the earth, about my death and resurrection.” 9 It was not long afterwards that he rose into the sky and disappeared into a cloud, leaving them staring after him. 10 As they were straining their eyes for another glimpse, suddenly two white-robed men were standing there among them, 11 and said, “Men of Galilee, why are you standing here staring at the sky? Jesus has gone away to heaven, and some day, just as he went, he will return!” 12 They were at the Mount of Olives when this happened, so now they walked the half mile back to Jerusalem 13 and held a prayer meeting in an upstairs room of the house where they were staying. Here is the list of those who were present at the meeting: Peter, John, James, Andrew, Philip, Thomas, Bartholomew, Matthew, James (son of Alphaeus), Simon (also called “The Zealot”), Judas (son of James), and the brothers of Jesus. 14 Several women, including Jesus’ mother, were also there. 15 This prayer meeting went on for several days. During this time, on a day when about 120 people were present, Peter stood up and addressed them as follows: 16 “Brothers, it was necessary for the Scriptures to come true concerning Judas, who betrayed Jesus by guiding the mob to him, for this was predicted long ago by the Holy Spirit, speaking through King David. 17 Judas was one of us, chosen to be an apostle just as we were. 18 He bought a field with the money he received for his treachery and falling headlong there, he burst open, spilling out his bowels. 19 The news of his death spread rapidly among all the people of Jerusalem, and they named the place ‘The Field of Blood.’ 20 King David’s prediction of this appears in the Book of Psalms, where he says, ‘Let his home become desolate with no one living in it.’ And again, ‘Let his work be given to someone else to do.’ 21-22 “So now we must choose someone else to take Judas’ place and to join us as witnesses of Jesus’ resurrection. Let us select someone who has been with us constantly from our first association with the Lord—from the time he was baptized by John until the day he was taken from us into heaven.” 23 The assembly nominated two men: Joseph Justus (also called Barsabbas) and Matthias. 24-25 Then they all prayed for the right man to be chosen. “O Lord,” they said, “you know every heart; show us which of these men you have chosen as an apostle to replace Judas the traitor, who has gone on to his proper place.” 26 Then they drew straws,[d] and in this manner Matthias was chosen and became an apostle with the other eleven.


Acts 2

Living Bible {Paraphrased}


1 Seven weeks had gone by since Jesus’ death and resurrection, and the Day of Pentecost had now arrived.[a] As the believers met together that day, 2 suddenly there was a sound like the roaring of a mighty windstorm in the skies above them and it filled the house where they were meeting. 3 Then, what looked like flames or tongues of fire appeared and settled on their heads. 4 And everyone present was filled with the Holy Spirit and began speaking in languages they didn’t know,[b] for the Holy Spirit gave them this ability. 5 Many godly Jews were in Jerusalem that day for the religious celebrations, having arrived from many nations. 6 And when they heard the roaring in the sky above the house, crowds came running to see what it was all about, and were stunned to hear their own languages being spoken by the disciples. 7 “How can this be?” they exclaimed. “For these men are all from Galilee, 8 and yet we hear them speaking all the native languages of the lands where we were born! 9 Here we are—Parthians, Medes, Elamites, men from Mesopotamia, Judea, Cappadocia, Pontus, Asia Minor, 10 Phrygia, Pamphylia, Egypt, the Cyrene language areas of Libya, visitors from Rome—both Jews and Jewish converts— 11 Cretans, and Arabians. And we all hear these men telling in our own languages about the mighty miracles of God!” 12 They stood there amazed and perplexed. “What can this mean?” they asked each other. 13 But others in the crowd were mocking. “They’re drunk, that’s all!” they said. 14 Then Peter stepped forward with the eleven apostles and shouted to the crowd, “Listen, all of you, visitors and residents of Jerusalem alike! 15 Some of you are saying these men are drunk! It isn’t true! It’s much too early for that! People don’t get drunk by 9:00 a.m.! 16 No! What you see this morning was predicted centuries ago by the prophet Joel— 17 ‘In the last days,’ God said, ‘I will pour out my Holy Spirit upon all mankind, and your sons and daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men dream dreams. 18 Yes, the Holy Spirit shall come upon all my servants, men and women alike, and they shall prophesy. 19 And I will cause strange demonstrations in the heavens and on the earth—blood and fire and clouds of smoke; 20 the sun shall turn black and the moon blood-red before that awesome Day of the Lord arrives. 21 But anyone who asks for mercy from the Lord shall have it and shall be saved.’ 22 “O men of Israel, listen! God publicly endorsed Jesus of Nazareth by doing tremendous miracles through him, as you well know. 23 But God, following his prearranged plan, let you use the Roman government[c] to nail him to the cross and murder him. 24 Then God released him from the horrors of death and brought him back to life again, for death could not keep this man within its grip. 25 “King David quoted Jesus as saying: ‘I know the Lord is always with me. He is helping me. God’s mighty power supports me. 26 ‘No wonder my heart is filled with joy and my tongue shouts his praises! For I know all will be well with me in death— 27 ‘You will not leave my soul in hell or let the body of your Holy Son decay. 28 ‘You will give me back my life and give me wonderful joy in your presence.’ 29 “Dear brothers, think! David wasn’t referring to himself when he spoke these words I have quoted, for he died and was buried, and his tomb is still here among us. 30 But he was a prophet, and knew God had promised with an unbreakable oath that one of David’s own descendants would be the Messiah and[d] sit on David’s throne. 31 David was looking far into the future and predicting the Messiah’s resurrection, and saying that the Messiah’s soul would not be left in hell and his body would not decay. 32 He was speaking of Jesus, and we all are witnesses that Jesus rose from the dead. 33 “And now he sits on the throne of highest honor in heaven, next to God. And just as promised, the Father gave him the authority to send the Holy Spirit—with the results you are seeing and hearing today. 34 “No, David was not speaking of himself in these words of his I have quoted,[e] for he never ascended into the skies. Moreover, he further stated, ‘God spoke to my Lord, the Messiah, and said to him, Sit here in honor beside me 35 until I bring your enemies into complete subjection.’ 36 “Therefore I clearly state to everyone in Israel that God has made this Jesus you crucified to be the Lord, the Messiah!” 37 These words of Peter’s moved them deeply, and they said to him and to the other apostles, “Brothers, what should we do?” 38 And Peter replied, “Each one of you must turn from sin, return to God, and be baptized {into water} in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; then you also shall receive this gift, the Holy Spirit. 39 For Christ promised him to each one of you who has been called by the Lord our God, and to your children and even to those in distant lands!” 40 Then Peter preached a long sermon, telling about Jesus and strongly urging all his listeners to save themselves from the evils of their nation. 41 And those who believed Peter were baptized—about three thousand in all! 42 They joined with the other believers in regular attendance at the apostles’ teaching sessions and at the Communion services[f] and prayer meetings. 43 A deep sense of awe was on them all, and the apostles did many miracles. 44 And all the believers met together constantly and shared everything with each other, 45 selling their possessions and dividing with those in need. 46 They worshiped together regularly at the Temple each day, met in small groups in homes for Communion, and shared their meals with great joy and thankfulness, 47 praising God. The whole city was favorable to them, and each day God added to them all who were being saved.


Acts 10

Living Bible {Paraphrased}


1 In Caesarea there lived a Roman army officer, Cornelius, a captain of an Italian regiment. 2 He was a godly man, deeply reverent, as was his entire household. He gave generously to charity and was a man of prayer. 3 While wide awake one afternoon he had a vision—it was about three o’clock—and in this vision he saw an angel of God coming toward him. “Cornelius!” the angel said. 4 Cornelius stared at him in terror. “What do you want, sir?” he asked the angel. And the angel replied, “Your prayers and charities have not gone unnoticed by God! 5-6 Now send some men to Joppa to find a man named Simon Peter, who is staying with Simon, the tanner, down by the shore, and ask him to come and visit you.” 7 As soon as the angel was gone, Cornelius called two of his household servants and a godly soldier, one of his personal bodyguard, 8 and told them what had happened and sent them off to Joppa. 9-10 The next day as they were nearing the city, Peter went up on the flat roof of his house to pray. It was noon and he was hungry, but while lunch was being prepared, he fell into a trance. 11 He saw the sky open and a great canvas sheet,[a] suspended by its four corners, settle to the ground. 12 In the sheet were all sorts of animals, snakes, and birds forbidden to the Jews for food.[b] 13 Then a voice said to him, “Go kill and eat any of them you wish.” 14 “Never, Lord,” Peter declared, “I have never in all my life eaten such creatures, for they are forbidden by our Jewish laws.” 15 The voice spoke again, “Don’t contradict God! If he says something is kosher, then it is.” 16 The same vision was repeated three times. Then the sheet was pulled up again to heaven. 17 Peter was very perplexed. What could the vision mean? What was he supposed to do? Just then the men sent by Cornelius had found the house and were standing outside at the gate, 18 inquiring whether this was the place where Simon Peter lived! 19 Meanwhile, as Peter was puzzling over the vision, the Holy Spirit said to him, “Three men have come to see you. 20 Go down and meet them and go with them. All is well, I have sent them.” 21 So Peter went down. “I’m the man you’re looking for,” he said. “Now what is it you want?” 22 Then they told him about Cornelius the Roman officer, a good and godly man, well thought of by the Jews, and how an angel had instructed him to send for Peter to come and tell him what God wanted him to do. 23 So Peter invited them in and lodged them overnight. The next day he went with them, accompanied by some other believers from Joppa. 24 They arrived in Caesarea the following day, and Cornelius was waiting for him and had called together his relatives and close friends to meet Peter. 25 As Peter entered his home, Cornelius fell to the floor before him in worship. 26 But Peter said, “Stand up! I’m not a god!” 27 So he got up, and they talked together for a while and then went in where the others were assembled. 28 Peter told them, “You know it is against the Jewish laws for me to come into a Gentile home like this. But God has shown me in a vision that I should never think of anyone as inferior. 29 So I came as soon as I was sent for. Now tell me what you want.” 30 Cornelius replied, “Four days ago I was praying as usual at this time of the afternoon, when suddenly a man was standing before me clothed in a radiant robe! 31 He told me, ‘Cornelius, your prayers are heard and your charities have been noticed by God! 32 Now send some men to Joppa and summon Simon Peter, who is staying in the home of Simon, a tanner, down by the shore.’ 33 So I sent for you at once, and you have done well to come so soon. Now here we are, waiting before the Lord, anxious to hear what he has told you to tell us!” 34 Then Peter replied, “I see very clearly that the Jews are not God’s only favorites! 35 In every nation he has those who worship him and do good deeds and are acceptable to him. 36-37 I’m sure you have heard about the Good News for the people of Israel—that there is peace with God through Jesus, the Messiah, who is Lord of all creation. This message has spread all through Judea, beginning with John the Baptist in Galilee. 38 And you no doubt know that Jesus of Nazareth was anointed by God with the Holy Spirit and with power, and he went around doing good and healing all who were possessed by demons, for God was with him. 39 “And we apostles are witnesses of all he did throughout Israel and in Jerusalem, where he was murdered on a cross. 40-41 But God brought him back to life again three days later and showed him to certain witnesses God had selected beforehand—not to the general public, but to us who ate and drank with him after he rose from the dead. 42 And he sent us to preach the Good News everywhere and to testify that Jesus is ordained of God to be the Judge of all—living and dead. 43 And all the prophets have written about him, saying that everyone who believes in him will have their sins forgiven through his name.” 44 Even as Peter was saying these things, the Holy Spirit fell upon all those listening! 45 The Jews who came with Peter were amazed that the gift of the Holy Spirit would be given to Gentiles too! 46-47 But there could be no doubt about it,[c] for they heard them speaking in tongues and praising God. Peter asked, “Can anyone object to my baptizing them {into water}, now that they have received the Holy Spirit just as we did?” 48 So he did, baptizing them in the name of Jesus, the Messiah. Afterwards Cornelius begged him to stay with them for several days.


My people, God isn't what you see and hear in Church. God is within you once you've been baptized into the Holy Spirit, also called "The Anointing".


Luke 17:20-21

Authorized (King James) Version {Paraphrased}


20 And when {Jesus} was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God should come, he answered them and said, The kingdom of God cometh not with observation: 21 neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you.


Romans 14:17

Authorized (King James) Version


17 for the kingdom of God is not meat and drink; but righteousness, and peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost.


The Lord wants me to end this Prophecy with another message from Him...the Lord says to ask Him to anoint you...


Holy Spirit Thou Art Welcome
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