Prophecy on Great Britain
A belief had been inherited by some of the first members of the Church coming out of other Christian traditions which said that the nation of Great Britain, unlike other countries, would accept the Gospel as a whole people one day. Anxious to know if there was any substance to this tradition, the Presiding Patriarch made enquiry of the Lord. The British, like all people, have their calling, and are not greater or lesser than any other people. The tradition is not confirmed but neither is it dismissed. All nations will accept the Gospel in the end but not all will do so with the same degree of faith or commitment. A revival will take place in Great Britain and the Lord's servants from this nation will proclaim the Gospel in power [Cranleigh, Surrey, England].
All Nations Will Accept the Gospel
1. When the Son of Man cometh, and the devil is led away in chains, all men and women from all the nations will accept the Gospel to one degree or another, for the scales shall be taken fromtheir eyes and they shall see the glory of the Son of God revealed before them.
Great Britain is Drunk on Materialism
2. The nation of Great Britain yet abideth a great sleep for she hath become drunk on materialism and the things of the world.
3. And Satan hath a great hold upon her, and rejoiceth because of the captivity of this portion of the House of Israel.
4. But the Light burneth in many places and in many ways;
A Revival Prophesied
5. And behold, I, the Lord God, shall blow My Spirit upon them in days to come, and ignite a great fire, that this portion of My House may awaken and take upon her the robes of her Priesthood.
6. Then the reapers shall go forth and thou shalt build a colony of the Firstborn in that land, to be an ensign unto the lost sheep.
7. And astonishment shall take hold of many, for the lion of Judah1 shall roar again, and none shall sleep.
8. And a great repentance shall be worked amongst this tribe of Israel for their sins are numerous and cannot be covered save they turn away from their sluggishness and false traditions, and whoredoms, and lyings, for they have turned from My statutes and broken the covenants.
Britain Blessed for Her Good Works in the Past
9. I have saved them in days gone by, saith the Lord, and I shall save themagain if they will return unto Me and forsake the path of wickedness.
10. And when she hath repented she shall again obtain the emblem of a white horse2, which is the strength of her heart, she shall be redeemed in the Lamb, and all those who have not perished in the great tribulation.
11. For unto her I gave the government of many nations, to be an example, and an ensign of the lesser degrees of My Gospel.
12. And when she hath grown into maturity, and hath laid aside her pride and corruptions, she shall be an ensign of the higher degrees of My Gospel, and unite with her brethren of scattered Israel in the building of One Nation3 under the great Father of all, who is seated above in majesty, power, and glory.
Beware of Arrogance
13. Let her not suppose, in her arrogance, that she is greater or lesser than any nation, but let her be the servant of all, like unto Joseph, for this hath always been her calling.
14. I have loved this people greatly when they have waxed in righteousness and obedience and have blessed them with much of Heaven's blessings;
15. But when they have turned away from Me I have been sorely displeased, and have allowed them to gather the grapes of suffering for their own wickedness.
God Calls the British People
16. Let the British people return unto Me, even Jesus Christ, and forsake their gods, and I shall lead them and restore them anew.
17. They will never again obtain power through wealth, saith the Lord, for they seek that which cannot be found.
18. But if they desire glory, let them desire the glory of God, who alone is worthy, and He who hath been sent. Amen.
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