Mario Murillo shares prophetic warnings from five known prophetic voices who have since passed on. He also shares three steps on how to prepare for the storm referenced by David Wilkerson, and how to obey the words given through these men.
Oral Roberts was warning us about people who go to church only for themselves, and of preachers who care nothing about reaching the world for Christ. How can we deny that this is true? We have reached the point where so many Christians are unteachable and Pastors are oblivious to the Great Commission.
David Wilkerson was trying to teach us that as God’s remnant in a storm of deception, violence, and persecution, we can be safe. We can even thrive.
Steve Hill placed a great deal of emphasis on the massive amount of false teaching that would rob the church of her preparation, blind her to the right choices she should make, and leave her vulnerable so that she is destroyed along with the world. But he also provided the hope that repentance and true submission to God would provide a shelter from the storm.
Kenneth Hagin was warning us that America had a final call. I believe we are at that call right now. He saw buildings burning and cities inundated by the judgment of God. However, he also offered great hope that the people of God would do even greater things than the apostles did in the Book of Acts.
Smith Wigglesworth emphasized the need for purifying, holiness, and separation in the church. He urged us to wake up, ask for the mighty power of God, and then nothing would be impossible to us.
Now, listen with all of your heart, with all of your might, and with zero distractions. This storm will damage every compromised carnal Christian. Jesus told us that the foolish man who built his house on the sand was someone who had heard the words of Christ but would not do them. And the house fell, and great was its fall. That is the key right now. All of these warnings are for Christians.
So what do we do to prepare for this storm? What steps do we take to obey the words of warning that come to us first from the Bible, and then from God’s prophets?