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A Word For Germany – CELESTIAL

A Word For Germany

JUNE 13, 2019
CELESTIAL

On the night of June 7, 2019, a night of extended prayer in a public gathering for me, the Lord spoke to me about Germany. I saw the German flag appear before me, and He said:

The people of Germany are very “clean”. (This word appeared with quotation marks just as I’ve written it.) So I said Lord, what do you mean by “clean”? He said- Exactly that. They are very clean, in their dealings, in their doings,in the way they treat one another. Even in the way the country is run- it is a very “clean” nation.So I said, why then does the word have quote marks? His reply- Well, I said they were clean, and they are. I did not say they were blameless. Indeed, Germany has her strong demons of the past, but overall she has conquered them. She has done a wonderful job of repentance and rebuilding herself, and for that she should be commended.

 

Then I saw a black and white picture, with people working on railways. They were restoring broken rail links across the country. I saw a lot of hammering going on, and people mixing cement for building projects. Cranes were going up next to buildings as many hands lent together in Germany to make light work of rebuilding. I saw Germans lined up by the thousands- dressed in “working man’s clothes”- each one with a curious book like a chequebook in their hands. These long lines of people were patiently waiting to be seen at banks- mothers, fathers, the young and old- all waiting in the bank line for their turn. Above their heads I saw “SAVINGS” appear in big letters. I saw the people working night and day with contrite hearts, and they were not depressed but were in fact very cheerful and good-natured people, willing to reform. At last the picture began to turn into a colour image as Germany became bright, beautiful and bustling again.

“These people are clean, and they do not shun their duties. Their country is orderly and perfect in the way its legislature and citizens duties are run. Indeed they are not blameless [perfect], but their love for their fellow man is legendary. A German will always lend a hand.”

I saw Germany open a garden gate and a little boy of a different ethnicity came in; he looked Muslim or Arab. He did not have good clothes or shoes but the German old lady and old man who opened the gate let him in and gave him food to eat, and a good coat so he wouldn’t be cold. The child was comforted and ate his soup with thankfulness. Everyone was silent because they couldn’t talk to one another because of the language barrier, but the comfort and peacefulness was a language both sides could easily enjoy.

The picture changed, and the Lord was walking though the streets of Germany. I saw him in a particular city, but He kept calling it a“peaceful little town”. On a wooden street sign of MANY YEARS OLD, I saw written this word: STRASBOURG. This sign was from antiquity, nowhere near the modern era- it looked like one of the first street signs ever, made of wood and hand-painted:STRASBOURG. The Lord was walking through this town at dusk, when the watchmen lighted the lanterns that passed for street lights in that era. Jesus was so happy walking in that place; I heard Him say“Such a peaceful little town”, over and over. He loved this place. The watchmen went down the street in one direction lighting the evening’s lamps while He in His white robe and blue sash, hands behind his back, went walking up the street in the opposite direction. The peace of the place as people lit their night lanterns in their windows was beautiful.

The Lord said: “Observe this”. Now I saw him walking the same path in Strasbourg during the daytime. It was the same ancient era, and as He walked up the street again a white, dashed line like we see on modern roads appeared on the ground. Right where he walked the line appeared, and I saw this line creating a separation of BELIEFS.

Germans on both sides of the street were at home looking out windows, in gardens looking over fences; some were Christians while some were not. They knew one other, and I saw clearly that non-Christians knew exactly who the Christians were. Both sides were courteous and friendly, but the Christians did not tell the others about Jesus. Their relationships were loving and pleasant, everyone knew who they were, but they did not preach the Gospel to their surroundings. The Lord Jesus said to to Germany:

“Nevertheless I have this against you Germany.You know the gospel but do not teach it. You teach rigid secular information that dims the light of the Truth in your cities; for this My people are perishing because they don’t hear from Me. You have mended your fences and you do a good job- but PREACH THE GOSPEL MORE WIDELY IN YOUR CITIES. The time of the end is upon you- call the stragglers to come in, that I may shut the door of the ark behind them at the right time. PREACH ABOUT ME, and I will come to you. To the people of Strasbourg He says: “I have come to you many times in the past, and delighted in your habits and culture. I was with you in the ancient times, and will be with you again. I love the nation of Germany. My hand shall be with her to guide her through her struggles.”

The last thing the Lord said to me is: “In the time of the end Nazism will rise again, but it shall not come from Germany. This evil will rise again but from a most unlikely place.” 

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4 Comments

  1. Roberta Scholten

    Ummm. Little problem.. Strasbourg is actually in France. It’s at the border between France and Germany, but it’s in France.

  2. TrinidadWarrior777

    Strasburg is a town in the Vorpommern-Greifswald district of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. It is situated in the historic Uckermark region, about 16 kilometres west of Pasewalk, and 33 kilometres east of Neubrandenburg. Its pronounced odd. But yes im sure there are several places across the globe with similar sounding names. but this StrasBurg is german alright…I was born in Engleskirchen…germany….nordrhein-westfalen…but live in ohio USA now…Hallo alle meine geliebten Deutschen landsleute…und familie von Jesus

  3. Ming

    In the Franco-German War (1870–71) the Germans captured Strasbourg after a 50-day siege and annexed it. The city reverted to France after World War I. It was occupied by Germany again (1940–44) during World War II.

    ©2019 Encyclopædia Britannia

    Thanks to Jesus for His Love & Interventions for Germany and Europe!

    Arise oh Lord, make Thy Truth Prevail, and thy enemies be scattered!

    Best,

    Ming

  4. bert

    Take a look at a MAP, or two. One of Germany, one of France. Strasbourg has passed back and forth between Germany and France over many years. At the CURRENT TIME, it is in Germany. Check out the tourism office in Strasbourg: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Tourism-g187075-Strasbourg_Bas_Rhin_Grand_Est-Vacations.html

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