In 2015, Heidi Baker shared a prophetic vision in a church she spoke at, where she saw people wearing beautiful clothes who suddenly found themselves in lines for food. Heidi explains what she saw and that it happened quickly after asking the Lord why people were dressed in the manner she saw.
I had a vision in your church and it wasn’t what I expected to see. I saw bread lines, soup kitchens, and I saw people wearing beautiful clothing. Their clothing was not worn out.
Now, in my nation, when people are hungry you can tell. I mean they are in shredded rags. They don’t have shoes or they have flip flops. Most of them [have] no shoes. They are hungry and they know they are hungry. They come for food not because they are beggars, but because they are hungry. I have held starving children in my arms. I know what starvation is. I know what pain is. I know what suffering is. But in this vision that I had that was in your nation, my nation, which the Lord is helping me to say, I will identify with America as well as Mozambique.
I saw this bread line, long bread lines, and I said, “Lord, I don’t think that is popular to say in a church, especially one that is all about revival and victory and power.” I didn’t want to see what I saw, but I saw what I saw, so I was so undone…
And I saw all these people and they had beautiful cars, 4 x 4s and Lexus’, Mercedes’, BMWs, Toyotas. There they were with fancy shiny cars, but they were standing in line.
What I said about worrying…the worriers turned into worshipping warriors.