10 Prophetic Words for Summer 2021


Expect God to blow your socks off because this is a summer of harvest and awakening! For the next three months all of God’s people are in a time of open heavens in the United States, Israel and all around the world!

God always saves the best for last, and right now we are in the last three months of the current Hebrew year 5781. It’s time to see what God means when He says the last shall be greater than the first, because He is about to release something huge over planet Earth! These 10 prophetic words reveal God’s mighty plans that are about to take place.

  1. Many souls will be saved. This is the summer of God’s harvest. God is calling out to the lost, and they are going to come running home to Jesus! Are you ready to win souls?
  1. Tent revivals, extended meetings, outpourings, gatherings and revivals. Great outpourings of the Spirit will be seen everywhere, keeping people wanting more. There will be many extended meetings, some lasting anywhere from five or10 days all the way up to as many as 30 to 40 days!
  1. Churches will be opened. This was a big debate in 2020, and even this year, many churches are still closed. However, in the next few months, we are going to be seeing many churches opening back up.
  1. An exposure of corruption and fraud. We are going to be seeing court papers, indictments, charges and even imprisonment for things such as embezzlement, fraud, corruption and crimes against human society.
  1. A comeback and payback of restoration and recompense. Whatever the enemy tried to stop, there is going to be an even greater comeback in America. There will be a comeback of the church, the prophets and the patriots of this country, specifically the Trump family.
  1. Revelation and inspiration. We are under open heavens, where we will receive downloads, and situations will shift. A spirit of acceleration is coming that will cause you to be thrust forward so you will finish strong in the high glory of God!
  1. A Great Awakening. A new breed of evangelists, prophets and street preachers is rising up. Everything is becoming more active and sensitive in the Spirit!
  1. Reversing the curse. The curse is being lifted and will be boomeranged back on the enemy. Mask mandates and other laws and ordinances will be removed. Why was President Biden swiftly signing a multitude of executive orders, more than any other president in history during their first 10 days in office? Why such a rush to enact executive power? You will see that even numerous executive orders will be dissolved.
  1. Lands, properties and buildings will be regained and returned. The economy’s steadily sinking, and we have witnessed foreclosures, the loss of buildings and properties. This is a time of regaining and restoring land and property! Not only will you get payback, but you will also be taking back whatever the enemy stole!
  1. A reform in culture, media, health, science, religion, government and family. A great reformation is taking place! Great changes are coming to all of society, even our own families!

Watch the Holy Ghost move across America and bring all of these things to fruition. God is moving us to a greater glory as 5781 comes to a close. A mighty shift is coming, and all of these things are moving in your favor! It’s time to take back what was stolen and bring revival to the lost. Let us awaken God’s sleeping American bride and gather in the harvest!

Dr. Ben Lim is the senior pastor of Open Heavens World, which currently oversees three church plants in Southern California. He is a dynamic Millennial preacher who has traveled to nearly 50 countries in just the past 10 years. He spent his earlier years in the mission fields of Asia and Southeast Asia, preaching the gospel to unreached people groups. He is the CEO of Ben Lim Global and Ben Lim Ministries. His ministry is accompanied with notable signs, wonders and miracles. He holds a doctorate of theology from Next Dimension University.

Repentant or Sorry

By Carolyn Dale Newell

For godly sorrow produces repentance leading to salvation, not to be regretted;

But the sorrow of the world produces death.

2 Corinthians 7:10 NKJV

Someone has hurt you. They have falsely accused you. They have attacked you. Now they seek forgiveness. Are they truly repentant, or are they just sorry?

There is a difference. A person with godly sorrow sees their sin and desperately tries not to be a repeat offender. They may stumble several times, but it does not become a habit.

The person who says, “I’m sorry” and continues to commit the same transgression is often a legalist. They know God’s commands. They know not to say this and do that. When they act out, God just has to forgive them, and so do you. Right? True repentance has not occurred because true change is not obvious. This person often tends to be self-righteous, unable to recognize their own sin.

Simon Peter must have known someone like this (Matt. 18:21-22). Let’s just call him Sam. He was fed up with Sam’s reoccurring sin. Surely seven times would be the limit. Peter asked Jesus if forgiveness was necessary after the seventh round. Jesus explained that even if Sam messed up seven times seventy, Peter must forgive.

What do we do with the Sams and Samanthas in our lives? We forgive, even though the sinful behavior never ceases. We pray for them. It is possible that Sam lacks genuine salvation. The Holy Spirit may not live within him. Sam may be working his way to heaven, and the rules say to apologize. Sadly, Sam is unaware that his works are taking him in another direction. Without true repentance, there is no forgiveness of sins.

Perhaps, you recognize yourself today. If so, the Holy Spirit has convicted you. What do you do? Turn away from your sin. Turn to Jesus. Never look back. Sorry comes from the lips, but repentance comes from the heart.

Lord Jesus, we feel like Peter. We do not possess the ability to forgive apart from the grace and mercy You enable us to share. You have forgiven us so much, how can we not continually forgive others? Convict the hearts of those who believe they will be saved by their works. Save them. Amen.


Read 2 Corinthians 7:8-12 and Matthew 18:21-22.


Is it difficult to forgive someone in particular? Pray about it until you can forgive them. Do you continue to fall into the same sinful snares? Spend much time in prayer. Do you trust in works to get to heaven, or do you trust in the work of Jesus Christ, the only true Way?