January 16th before getting out of bed, I heard very loud in my spirit "WOE, WOE, WOE" ... then within a few seconds I could see in the Spirit a book ... the book pages were flipping very fast ... I could see scenes on the pages of people screaming, smoke, fire, people running, people crying, buildings destroyed, and pure terror on faces.
The word “woe” in the Greek is “ouai” and is more than just an expression of a feeling. Woe is a judgment as we read in the Book of Revelation (chapters 8. 9, 11, and 12). It means “alas” or almost like “oh no!” When the word woe is used, it is quite possibly signifying impending doom, condemnation and/or the wrath of God so it is never used to only emphasize something in the sentence in which it is used. The context is always king when this word is used. The Hebrew word for woe is “howy” and essentially means the very same thing as it does when used in the New Testament. Yeshua used the word woe more than anyone else in the Bible. The Gospel of Luke has twice as many woes (13) than the nearest book in Old Testament (Ezekiel has 6) and only Matthew has nearly as many (12).
Thank You Yeshua for this vision/Word