Prophetic Vision of The Door Closing

Pastor Kevin Campbell

Vision of the hearts of many professing Christians closing. No longer were they able to make changes in their lives or hearts. God had closed the door!

This had to be one of the most difficult things, prophetically, I had ever experienced up until this point. What I saw and even experienced is hard to put into words that truly explain the seriousness of this event. The Lord said that the doors to people’s hearts will start closing all across the nations very soon. Most of the people this happens to will not even know it has taken place until severe trouble is upon the nations. The Lord said I will close the door of the hearts of these people because when I called out to them and pleaded with them, they would not listen. I will no longer play the games of what they call Christianity and Grace. They believe they can sin and then repent anytime they feel ready to repent. In the very time they need me the most, they will not find me nor will I hear them. I will not even listen to a prophet of God who calls out for them. The door is closed.

Later on, I, personally, had to experience, as a prophet, some of what these people will experi­ence. When God closed the door to my heart one day to show me what this would be like, panic is not even close to what I felt inside. The door was shut and I did not know which side I was on! I was so afraid of living that I stopped eating. You could not have even persuaded me to eat, I was so scared. I called out to God for several days and he would not answer me. I could feel things in my own heart and life that desperately needed to change if I was going to meet God, but there was no way to change it without God’s help. Even though I knew it was an example of what was going to take place, I still wanted to hide. I did not want to talk to anyone. I felt all hope was gone. When I thought I could not handle another day or sleepless night, it ended. I cried bitterly. Even today, when I try to tell people about this experience, it’s hard not to cry. I asked the Lord what actually takes place when the door closes on a person and a few days later he showed me.

He showed me a person’s heart. It was clear or transparent. I could clearly see everything that was in the heart of this person. The Lord said this is how he sees our hearts. As I looked, I could tell this person had sin. In their heart, even though they called themselves Christian. They had bitterness and even adultery and addictions to evil television shows. The top of their heart was open at this point and I watched as the Light of God’s Word (as they heard it) came in and would hit each place of sin and begin to loose it from them. But then the Light stopped coming in. I asked the Lord what happened. The Lord said they are satisfied with their walk with God and now have lost interest in reading or hearing the Word of God. I became fearful as 1 watched, hoping this person would soon repent and come back to God. I could see they still had sin in their heart that had not been repented of. All of a sudden, I saw the top of the heart close like a door. A seal was placed over the door that no man could open. The heart of this person became very dark! The Lord said, “They shall die in their sins, the door is now closed.”

It was not long after this that I gave the last message to three people in our church at that time.

The title of the message I gave was, “When the door closes.” The Lord had showed me it would be the last message these three would hear before leaving our church in rebellion. They did leave and I am sure that someday when they need the Lord the most, He will not answer.

Mt 25:10 And while they went to buy, the bridegroom came; and they that were ready went in with him to the marriage: and the door was shut.

 Lu 13:25 When once the master of the house is risen up, and hath shut to the door, and ye begin to stand without, and to knock at the door, saying, Lord, Lord, open unto us; and he shall answer and, say unto you, I know you not whence ye are:

Isa 55:6 Seek ye the LORD while he may be found, call ye upon him while he is near.

Fall of 1999