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What This Woman Was Shown About The Future Of The United States Will Shake You To Your Core

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Judgment is coming to America very soon.  Recently, Julie Whedbee was shown what life will be like for believers in the United States during the Tribulation.  She has been having dreams and visions for over 20 years, and she is someone that I have come to hold in high regard.  What was revealed to her about the future of the United States is quite chilling to say the least.  She was shown a time when Christians have to live in hiding in a post-apocalyptic America where millions of people have already been killed.  The following is a short excerpt from what she wrote about this experience

 

We were living underground in hiding, in a large but dark abandoned building of some sort. There was no electricity, and had not been for some time. I saw oil lamps and candles everywhere and it was the only light we had. We were all dressed in oversized clothing and head wraps, doing our best to stay as inconspicuous as possible.

There were times we had to go out for items such as salt, and oil, and would barter with things we had found and collected for this reason. Food was scarce to say the least. Water was also something we were having to look for constantly, and most important for survival.

As we traveled, we would do so only in the early pre-dawn hours, or at sunset, to do our best to avoid being targeted and taken away to be killed. I was told by Father this was the United States, after many of the judgments had happened, and He made me to understand that millions had died.

During this period of time there will be no United States government as we know it today, and Christians will be hunted down and killed like animals.  In fact, she says that there will be “open crucifixions in the streets”

The streets were very empty, there were only a few small businesses opened, and everything was run by the NWO. Martial law kept everyone in check, and as we traveled, we were watched and controlled by gunpoint. There were certain paths that had to be taken and if we were found traveling any other way, we were shot instantly. We never spoke while outside of our building.

There were open crucifixions in the streets, a gruesome and horrible sight, of anyone who publicly confessed Christianity. The bodies, once dead, were then left where they hung. Christianity was long gone in this country. Our group did the best we could to go at night and take the bodies of these precious souls back to where we were hiding, although we had no way to properly bury them. I saw rows of them on a far wall of our hiding place, wrapped in sheets and blankets as this was all we had. I remember discussing with the others what we were going to do with these martyrs.

If you would like to read the entire thing, you can find the original right here.

Of course Julie Whedbee is certainly not the only one that has been shown the future of America.  Hundreds of others have also been warned that judgment is rapidly approaching.  For example, the following is what Glynda Lomax was recently shown

“Much strife and confusion is coming to the earth. There will be eruptions of violence, murder, strife and infighting in various places.

Much tension shall abound, and brother shall strike out at brother. The line is being drawn tight.

(NOTE: In the spirit here, I saw a line, like a tightrope wire, being tightened and tightened, until it looked like it would just snap from the tension.)

When I speak to the angels, what is holding back the war will be released, and battles will break out in many places. War will break out. Fighting and killing will seem to be everywhere at once. This is the beginning of the end. Prepare your houses. Prepare your hearts, for the end is upon you. The end of all things quickly approaches.

My children in the earth, My true children, will shine like a beacon in this dark time. Miracles will abound, My Word will go forth with great boldness and authority as it did in the time My Son Jesus walked the earth, and many souls will be added unto My Kingdom. The end is very near now as these souls enter just before the door is shut.

Prepare your houses. Prepare your hearts, for the end is upon you.”

Sadly, the vast majority of the population refuses to listen to the warnings.

As a nation we need to repent and turn from our wicked ways, but that is simply not happening.  Instead, just about every type of evil that you can possibly imagine is exploding in our society.

For example, earlier today I ran across a CNN article that talked about the epidemic of sexual assault that is taking place in America’s nursing homes…

The unthinkable is happening at facilities throughout the country: Vulnerable seniors are being raped and sexually abused by the very people paid to care for them.

It’s impossible to know just how many victims are out there. But through an exclusive analysis of state and federal data and interviews with experts, regulators and the families of victims, CNN has found that this little-discussed issue is more widespread than anyone would imagine.

Even more disturbing: In many cases, nursing homes and the government officials who oversee them are doing little — or nothing — to stop it.

If you read that entire CNN article you may want to vomit by the time you get to the end of it.

And even our “Christian” leaders are involved in some of the most horrific things imaginable.  If you can believe it, WND is reporting that George W. Bush’s daughter Barbara is going to be the keynote speaker at a Planned Parenthood fundraiser…

Franklin Graham, the president and CEO of the humanitarian aid mission Samaritan’s Purse and one of the world’s best-known Christian leaders, slammed an upcoming Planned Parenthood fundraiser that will be keynoted by former president George W. Bush’s daughter, Barbara, as akin to raising money for the Nazis during World War II.

In a Facebook post, Graham wrote: “Planned Parenthood is the #1 abortion provider in the United States. Raising funds for this organization is like raising money to fund a Nazi death camp—like Auschwitz, except for innocent babies in their mother’s wombs! Reports say they perform over 300,000 abortions per year. And this is the organization whose employees were caught on video trying to sell baby body parts over wine. Disgusting.”

I could go on and on all day, but one more thing that I want to mention is our national addiction to pornography.

As I have discussed previously, one major survey discovered that 64 percent of all Christian men in the United States look at “adult material” at least once a month, and another major survey discovered that 68 percent of all Christian men in the United States look at “adult material” on a “regular basis”.

Those numbers alone would explain why the institutional church in America is deader than a doornail right now.

And I was absolutely astounded when I learned that in just one year more than 87 billion videos were watched on one adult website alone.

It does not take a genius to figure out why judgment is coming to America, and it is going to start with the church.  Judgment begins with the house of God, and I want to share with you a portion of what Marty Breeden recently had to share on Facebook

I’ve had this STRONG sense over the the last few days, that the Lord is about to send, to and through His servants a message of Repentance first to the church and then to the lost world.

NOT ALL churches and Pastors will reject that message, but MOST will and those who deliver that message will NOT be welcomed to the vast majority of American pulpits.

These servants will burn with the Fire of the Living God in their hearts and they will not succumb to church politics or pressures from politically correct pastors.

Many of these fire-branded MEN AND WOMEN will circumvent the “church as normal” to deliver this message and they WILL NOT be stopped! They will not be popular or wealthy but they will be powerful, not of their own strength either, but it will be the undeniable power of God.

The Gospel will go forth with great power and influence and be confirmed as it was in the Book of Acts, with signs, wonders and mighty miracles. The people of the church will then have to determine if they are going to still be part of a dry, dead social club atmosphere, or are they going to seek the face of God and impact and change their world and the generation they were destined to influence.

We often speak of the “Coming Judgment” and it is coming indeed, but we often leave out the part that “Judgment MUST begin at the “House of God” (1 Peter 4:17)

Sadly, the institutional church doesn’t want to hear voices such as this, and instead they are exalting people that speak endlessly of prosperity.

But the Word of God has a warning about those that only speak of prosperity.  The following is what Jeremiah 28:7-9 says in the Modern English Version

“Nevertheless hear now this word that I speak in your ears and in the ears of all the people. 8 The prophets of old who have been before me and before you prophesied both against many countries and against great kingdoms, of war and disaster and pestilence. 9 As for the prophet who prophesies of peace, when the word of the prophet comes to pass, then that prophet shall be known as one whom the Lord has truly sent.”

A great shaking is coming, and this is going to include a great shaking of the institutional church.

But we should be thankful for the shaking that is coming, because multitudes will be shaken into the Kingdom of God, and an immense wave of glory will be unleashed all over the world.

  • Rebecca

    Everyone has a different “vision” so how do we know which one is real, if any of them? I had a dream of fire raining from the sky while my husband and I sat laughing on the couch with an angel who was telling me a joke. We were not afraid at all. But nobody will take my vision seriously because it spreads hope instead of fear, everyone’s more interested in gruesome scenes and fear mongering.

  • MotivatedinOhio

    I read that CNN article the other day. It did make me sick. Before she died, we thought we would have to put my mother in a nursing home, since her health deteriorated to the point where caring for her was impossible. I am glad that never happened. Praise God she was taken before she went into one of those “shops of horror”.

  • MotivatedinOhio

    I think people are trying to tell people to get prepared, mentally, spiritually and physically. I do believe that God will be with His Children.

  • May I ask if you tested that “angel” according to I John 1:4?

  • Judgment is coming very, very soon.

    Seek God’s face early, every morning. Remain in His presence and learn to hear/discern His voice.

  • Sarah Rae Appel

    “And we write this to you in order that your joy might be complete.”
    ‭‭Yoḥanan Aleph (1 John)‬ ‭1:4‬ ‭TS2009‬‬

    How do you test the angel according to that scripture?

  • Just Plain Phil

    He meant 1 John 4:1-3.

  • Syrin

    Exactly. I have had visions of a future as it relates specifically to my family, and the message has been one of hope and optimism with my kids specifically being involved in healing the country and spreading the news. I know with every part of my being I have been given divine guidance at least twice to walk down a path I would have never thought to take on my own, and I have been rewarded for doing so.

  • Hello Sarah,

    As Just Plain Phi… responded, I meant 1 John 4:1 and mistakenly typed it backwards.

    To test that spirit (whether it takes the form of an angel, familiar person, etc.) all one has to do is demand it to confess that Jesus Christ came in the flesh.

    A deceiving spirit will not confess to that (I also have firsthand experience in witnessing this).

  • ska55124

    Every person who has a true vision can only see in part their vision, meaning you wont get the full puzzle put together, you will only get a piece of the puzzle-if that makes sense.

  • Bobby Gilbert

    if she saw the future, she would have figured out that there are two weeks and not just one week called the tribulation. There is no “tribulation week”. There is a eschatological problem in her theology. There are two weeks. One week is 100 years and the other is seven years plus one, a 8th day or in this case a 8th year or when the resurrection takes place. John calls the week himself, the 1st resurrection.

    Read and see that there are two weeks. If you want a metaphor, the pentecost is also a 100, it is a 100 days and the of course, the passion is seven days plus one, a 8th day.

    The pentecost begins with the transfiguration. The middle is the tear in the temple. It ends with 120 plus people in the spirit.

  • lou

    The US has been at war for 95% of its existence. It’s called karma. Remember the saying, “those who live by he sword…?”

  • “When the word of the prophet comes to pass, then that prophet shall be known as one whom the Lord has truly sent.”

    I find that almost no one who is willing to believe modern profits is willing to tests them and then disbelieve in them if they fail the test. As the word from Jeremiah above says, when a prophets words come true, then its possible God sent that prophet. It is not certain because words can come true by lucky guesses, too. So, Jeremiah’s point is more likely alone the lines of similar words in the Bible that say, If the words of a prophet do not come true, then God has NOT sent that prophet.

    There is no margin of error here, people. God’s prophets are all correct 100% of the time! Any prophets who are not, are not God’s prophets. They may be right 90% of the time and may be amazing, but you’re better off not listening to them at all because they are still NOT God’s prophets. God makes no mistakes. He is not almost always right. We have NO examples in the Bible of Godly prophets who were right 90% of the time. The standard is 100%, and the rest is junk prophecy. But, as the Bible also says, people love to have their ears tickled. Even hearing negative prophecies is an adrenaline rush if they come true in that it feels good to believe God is speaking. But 100% accuracy is the ONLY biblical standard.

    There is also no such thing in the Bible as “praying it away.” Sure, if the people who needed to repent all repent, then God might postpone the predicted event for a later generation; BUT it has to be the people who NEEDED to repent who repent. So, when people predict great calamity for America because of all its abortions and homosexuality, etc., a bunch prayers by Pentecostals are not going to turn the event away. It is AMERICA that is being judged, so it would have to be AMERICA that repents, and CLEARLY that has never happened.

    How seriously does God take false prophesy (regardless of whether it predicted peace or calamity)? The Jeremiah passage has more to say about that:

    “Listen, Hananiah! The Lord has not sent you, yet you have persuaded this nation to trust in lies. 16 Therefore this is what the Lord says: ‘I am about to remove you from the face of the earth. This very year you are going to die, because you have preached rebellion against the Lord.'”

    False prophets were to be killed. In Jeremiah’s instance, the false prophet predicted peace, but what is germane is not whether a prophet predicts peace or calamity but whether he predicts what God says is going to happen. Thus Jeremiah says in the very next chapter,

    “Also, seek the peace and prosperity of the city to which I have carried you into exile. Pray to the Lord for it, because if it prospers, you too will prosper.” 8 Yes, this is what the Lord Almighty, the God of Israel, says: “Do not let the prophets and diviners among you deceive you. Do not listen to the dreams you encourage them to have. 9 They are prophesying lies to you in my name. I have not sent them,” declares the Lord.

    “This is what the Lord says: ‘When seventy years are completed for Babylon, I will come to you and fulfill my good promise to bring you back to this place. 11 For I know the plans I have for you,’ declares the Lord, ‘plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.'”

    A true prophet of God may as likely predict peace and prosperity as calamity and judgment. Whether you LOVE the message of a prophet or HATE it, what you should really care about most is whether or not God even sent that prophet. Many have predicted judgment for America who have been false prophets because many of their predictions had time stamps on them and failed to happen.

    How much does it matter to reject any prophet who is inaccurate, regardless of how much you may love what they have to say or believe the judgment they predict is good because evil America deserves it (or whatever)?

    “This is what the Lord Almighty, the God of Israel, says about Ahab son of Kolaiah and Zedekiah son of Maaseiah, who are prophesying lies to you in my name: “I will deliver them into the hands of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, and he will put them to death before your very eyes. 22 Because of them, all the exiles from Judah who are in Babylon will use this curse: ‘May the Lord treat you like Zedekiah and Ahab, whom the king of Babylon burned in the fire.’ 23 For they have done outrageous things in Israel; they have committed adultery with their neighbors’ wives, and in my name they have uttered lies—which I did not authorize. I know it and am a witness to it,”

    -and-

    “Because Shemaiah has prophesied to you, even though I did not send him, and has persuaded you to trust in lies, 32 this is what the Lord says: I will surely punish Shemaiah the Nehelamite and his descendants. He will have no one left among this people, nor will he see the good things I will do for my people, declares the Lord, because he has preached rebellion against me.”

    There is no room in the Christian faith for listening to any false prophet. If the prophet ever says anything that clearly does not come true, don’t listen to anything more they say. Not only are you wasting your time, but you may believe something that is harmful to you. Sometimes God’s prophets may command something that seems completely contrary to what you think God would ever want. God may command you to enter Babylon and serve it completely:

    8 “‘“If, however, any nation or kingdom will not serve Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon or bow its neck under his yoke, I will punish that nation with the sword, famine and plague, declares the Lord, until I destroy it by his hand. 9 So do not listen to your prophets, your diviners, your interpreters of dreams, your mediums or your sorcerers who tell you, ‘You will not serve the king of Babylon.’ 10 They prophesy lies to you that will only serve to remove you far from your lands; I will banish you and you will perish. 11 But if any nation will bow its neck under the yoke of the king of Babylon and serve him, I will let that nation remain in its own land to till it and to live there, declares the Lord.”’”

    Israel would have loved to hear God was going to judge Babylon (like some love to hear God is going to judge America, which they believe is Babylon the Great), and maybe he will, maybe he won’t. Israel’s prophets easily convinced the people of Israel to believe the thing that seemed most like what God would do (deliver them and judge the ungodly); God had the opposite plan (judge them and bless the unGodly).

    “Do not listen to the words of the prophets who say to you, ‘You will not serve the king of Babylon,’ for they are prophesying lies to you. 15 ‘I have not sent them,’ declares the Lord. ‘They are prophesying lies in my name. Therefore, I will banish you and you will perish, both you and the prophets who prophesy to you.’”

    May he likewise, banish all false prophets today, whether they are saying what we want to hear or what we don’t want to hear. What matters is that they are saying only what He wants us to hear. So, if they say anything that doesn’t come true, banish them from your own personal life by never listening to another word they have to say BECAUSE they dared to proclaim they spoke in the name of the Lord, but the Lord did no provide the words they gave. It is a monumental act of arrogance to believe and say you speak for God if, in fact, you do not.

    “They are prophesying lies to you. 17 Do not listen to them. Serve the king of Babylon, and you will live.”