By Michael V. Wilson
If you've read much on my web site you already know I was given a prophecy by God on March 30 of 2016. I was praying for national revival as I'd been doing almost every day for months, when God suddenly answered, telling me, “It (America) is past the point of no return.”
I was stunned into silence for several minutes, unable to continue praying, or do much of anything. At one point I tried to resume praying for America and I couldn't. I was blocked. It reminded me of what Luke wrote in Acts 16:6-7,
Now when they had gone through Phrygia and the region of Galatia, they were forbidden by the Holy Spirit to preach the word in Asia. After they had come to Mysia, they tried to go into Bithynia, but the Spirit did not permit them.
The Spirit wouldn't permit me pray for America. I tried several times to pray for it and He stopped me each time. At length I gave in to God's will and quit trying.
It's taken me some time to come to grips with that prophecy. I struggled against it for quite a while because I consider myself a true blue patriot and didn't want it to happen, but I've finally come to terms with it.
Then Donald Trump was elected and preachers and pastors all over the country were saying it was a miracle from God; that He answered our prayers, saved us from Hillary, and gave America another chance. The hosannas from them were so loud and consistent I began to second guess the prophecy, began to wonder if I'd heard it wrong or something.
The subsequent outcry from the political Left about Trump and the Russians, stealing the election, the fiasco of attempting to overturn Obamacare, the endless marches, protests, name calling, and sheer hatred was a shock to America. It's like something you used to see on the news about election chaos in Third World countries. Only now it's happening in America.
So on Wednesday morning, March 22, 2017, I was praying for protection and the boldness of a lion for President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence to stand against the evil in this country. The evil, godless Left is fighting to overturn the results of the election; if they succeed, or if it looks like they're about to, it will split the country in half – half to be destroyed and half to be saved. I was praying about that when out of nowhere the words came to me, “I want to rule the half that is saved.”
Just like the first time God spoke to me, I was stunned into silence. Part of me was embarrassed I'd be so arrogant as to even consider such a thing, but another part of me was confused as to where the thought had come from. I was a bit quicker on the uptake this time (experience makes a difference), soon realizing it had come from God.
The original prophecy, and this latest desire, were both given to me on a Wednesday, almost exactly one year apart. There are 7 days between March 22 and March 30; the 30th is the 8th day. Moreover, the desire to rule the half that's saved (the remnant) stems from the result of the original prophecy coming to pass. The first gives birth to the second, therefore the second validates the first.
Since God has put it on my heart to desire to rule the remnant that survives the Fall of America, to keep them safe and protected, I have to reiterate something I've said before; there are three things we must do.
First: The Great Commission
Our window of opportunity for carrying out the Great Commission is shrinking. It's difficult to evangelize when you're fighting a Civil War, or trying to survive in the aftermath. And many will be killed in the destruction who might otherwise have been saved. The time to carry the Gospel to them is NOW.
Second: Provide For Our Own
1st Timothy 5:8 is a command to Christians to take care of our own. It says,
But if anyone does not provide for his own, and especially those of his household, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever.
Our own is first our immediate family; wife, husband, children, parents, brothers and sisters, grandparents or grandchildren (or both), aunts and uncles. Provide them with faith, food, clothing and shelter; all the necessities of life on earth and in heaven (the Gospel).
Our own would also include our church family. We don't call each other brother and sister for nothing, you know. Each congregation must provide for all it's members. Again; faith, food, clothing and shelter. If your church doesn't have a treasure trove of supplies for the hard times ahead, bring it up to the pastor or elders. Bring it up several times. If they refuse, or keep stalling with one excuse after another, get out of there and find a church that will act.
Third: A Country of Our Own
It's hard to say how many pieces America will break into after the upcoming Fall, but Christians need to be ready to take over one of them and run it as an explicitly Christian country. In the continental United States, Texas has the most abundant natural resources and is most likely to be Christianized. Texas also has the historic distinction of being the only state that was once an independent country for nine years, from 1836 to 1845. “Remember the Alamo!” would be a potent battle cry that might be able to rally Christians in the state. Other states in the Great Plains and Deep South, full of Christians, would be more likely to flock to a Texas banner than any other.
Christians already have our own flag. We can fly it in front of our armies during the fighting, and over the flag of each state that joins us during or after. And our new country – our refuge – will be called Christendom.
Our constitution, modeled after the U.S. Constitution, will explicitly acknowledge God as the source of all rights and laws, but allowing non-believers to live peacefully among us. Followers of other religions will also be allowed to live in our country. Islam however, will be permanently banned as an eternal enemy of Christ.
Only Christians and Jews will be eligible to hold elective or appointed office, and taxes will be constitutionally limited so as to prevent government from taking too much of our money. Other restraints on government power will be put in place to prevent a repetition of what we're going through now.
Christendom is not meant to be a permanent country. Instead it's intended to be a temporary redoubt from which the Church can send out missionaries to the rest of the world for as long as Christ tarries in His return. It will also be a fortress from which we can defend ourselves from the evils of the world. Lastly, it will be a forthright friend and ally of Israel. Our dedication to God's Chosen People will be unshakable.
I invite you to begin praying and preparing yourself for the days ahead. “Prepping” as it's called, is important, but praying outstrips it by far. God will protect and defend those who call upon Him, in their time of need. Just remember though, God works through people. It was Christians, certain of salvation and eternity, who fought, bled, and died to gain our independence from King George; who fought, bled, and died to purge America of the vile practice of slavery, who fought, bled, and died to defeat the twin evils of Nazism and Communism.
It must be Christians again, certain of salvation and eternity, who will fight, bleed, and die to protect a holy remnant during the Fall of America.