Three Visions for America
August 15, 2020 8:32 AM
The Lord has given three visions the morning of Aug 15, 2020. Each has its own interpretation of what is to befall America for her unrepentant attitudes and sin.
Vision 1: Tree bark slipping
I see the bark of a large tree, and bark is slipping off the tree and going to the ground. It is like the tree bark in melting off a large oak tree, and the tree is sad.
Interpretation – America is the large oak tree, and will soon be exposed and naked, even though she is a tree still standing, but no covering for her sin. She will be made naked before the world and cast down. Her covering has been her material wealth, made so by the trade around the world. She has stood tall and proud, and now will be stripped bare.
Can an oak tree move from where it has been planted? No, it must stand where it is, majestic or naked and exposed. A once proud nation has no covering for her sin. I am the One Who will do this.
Vision 2: Black streak along Mississippi River
I saw a black streak along the eastern bank of the Mississippi River and possible even in the water. It started above St. Louis and went down past Memphis. As I was looking at the black streak, church bells began to toll.
Interpretation – The black streak represents a massive earthquake in mid-America, and cities will be destroyed. The church bells will be tolling for the loss of life and entire community economies destroyed. For years, the Lord has held this back, but there is no repentance from sin-loving America. People are sinning day and night, without let up.
Vision 3: Simultaneous Events
I saw explosions that will be set to go off at the same time in America, in various locations, east, west and middle.
Interpretation – These “same-time” events will signal an increase in the revolution to bring America down. The attacks will be larger than before with loss of life and/or property.
The Christian responsibility is to pray against such things, but we know the Lord is ready to pass judgment where judgment is due. It is past due. We can plead for mercy in the midst of judgment.