"Be forthwith"? What, may I ask, does that mean? "Forthwith" is an adverb. It is a synonym for "immediately," which is also an adverb. One cannot "be" an adverb! A sentence employing this pseudo-syntax is meaningless. "Be forthwith" is the same thing as "be immediately." Does that make any sense...at least in English? I would say not. It's the same sort of construction as "be gladly," or "be undoubtedly," or "be enormously." You get the idea, I hope. None of those constructions makes any sense.
The point? The poster directly states in this post's opening sentence that "be forthwith" was uttered by the very mouth of the Lord Himself. It is impossible for any believing Christian to suppose that an omniscient, omnipotent God does not know how to construct grammatically correct sentences in English, or any other language. "Be forthwith" is just the most jarring example. What does "repentive" mean, as in "repentive in heart," found in sentence three? What are "poor and solice people," as found in the opening line of paragraph 4? What's the deal with "be forthwith" getting a repeated utterance at the end of the "prophecy"?
Look, folks, this "prophecy" alone is replete with grammatical errors and non-existent English vocabulary, and it purports to come from the mouth of "the Lord." Other "prophecies" from this poster are similarly afflicted with botched grammar and mangled vocabulary. There is no way these utterances can be verbatim quotes from God Himself, as the poster alleges!
It doesn't matter that the individual reader might "agree" with the editorial content of these posts, which generally has to do with the deliverance of believers and the punishment of evil doers. Though specific emphases along these lines might be skewed, such sentiments are predictable enough as the sorts of things any Christian might suppose await the good and the reprobate. But that white-bread predictability does not make them legitimate prophetical utterances in and of itself!
You deceive yourselves when you think these posts are on the level. God does not speak gibberish! He can construct perfect sentences and employ extraordinarily elegant vocabulary in any language - English included! I refuse to believe these "prophecies" are anything more than the wishful thinking of an individual poster, irrespective of editorial slant (much of which I also disagree with, but that's not the basis of my point here). Anyone trying to put words into God's mouth when they were not pronounced by God is doing "wrong." If God really wants to provide messages along these lines, He can certainly raise up a true prophet to transmit them. If He does not, or does not wish to do so at this time, it is the height of arrogance to presume that we can take matters into our own hands. That is the sign of many things, chief among which would be that such a person is a "false prophet"!
Be forhtwith here means do not hesitate to do his will
Only when we come down off our self created thrones and minds and truly enter into the mind of Christ and the Father’s will and ministry are we allowed to enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise otherwise it is counterfeit and “ strange fire “ before his altar as Korah where all God’s wisdom through his Son and spirit is foolishness to those that live in self righteousness .