The Final Call
by Deborah Melissa Moller
On 19 July 2010 I prayed to the Lord. I wrote down my prayer in my journal. I prayed the following: “Father, my biggest desire is to be with You. Lord, what is my creation purpose, Lord why am I here? I so long to be with You Lord!” (The Lord previously mentioned to me that it is like being in the army, you cannot get away from the army, because you need to serve time, but you know your Love awaits you at home). I prayed: “Father, please remember me and think about me and let my life book be continually before Your eyes. I desire so much more from You. You just have to mention ‘Come’ and I will walk on the water with You. For what are You preparing me? It must be something close to Your heart. Are You going to make me free like Hephzibah?”
During this time I was reading Hephzibah Maritz’s books, Geheime van die Hel ontbloot and Geheime van die Hemel ontsluit. I asked the Lord, about my creation purpose because I was so touched by what the Lord did with me through her books, and the Lord revealed to her that these books were her creation purpose. I then cried out to the Lord, “What is my creation purpose”? The following night, 20 July 2010, I just lay on my bed, about to read the last chapter of Hephzibah’s book. The Lord said the following to me: “You are going to write a book about the end-time. It is your creation purpose.” I then sensed the Lord saying that it was not going to be easy, because people would not take it, except for the remnant. The book would be for the remnant, for His Bride. The book would be about the preparation for the King’s return and for those who did not know, to be warned. “This will be a gift for My Bride. It is for those who love Me, for those who are seeking the truth, who called out ‘Lord, tell us more, only the truth Lord’. The book will be about Jesus. Jesus is the key, Jesus must be your focus and Jesus is your destiny.”
My name, Melissa, means honey bee. The Lord revealed to me that in the Millennium my name will change to Deborah, which surprisingly also means honey bee. Thus my fruit will be the same.