(Since I stepped in to continue keeping TNRS site going, I have thought a great deal about Janet’s request made some time ago concerning guidelines for speaking about prophecy here. It will always be important to honor the Archdiocesan statements and, as events of the Storm continue to unfold, it seems only natural, at times, to refer to the broad sweep of events to come as we have so often discussed them here. Let us continue.)
When viewing the Birmingham dinner video, I first learned of the numbers of Muslims, millions of them each year, converting to Christianity. This week, a new report concerning this ongoing development was printed by Michael Snyder at his site, The Most Important News:
“Millions of Muslims all over the world are giving their lives to Jesus Christ, and in many instances this is happening because of dreams, visions and other supernatural encounters… Fortunately, the decaying state of the Church in the United States is only a small part of the overall story. In other areas of the globe, Christianity is experiencing absolutely explosive growth even in the midst of horrendous persecution. This is particularly true in Islamic nations where we are seeing things happen that could have come straight out of the Book of Acts.”
Snyder relays stories of dreams and visions, including the story of a former ISIS fighter who had been killing Christians. This fighter conveyed that a “man in white” was coming to the fighter in dreams and said, “You are killing my people.” At one point, this ISIS fighter was given a Bible from a Christian man just before the fighter killed the Christian. The fighter began reading the Bible and, in yet another dream, he was invited by Christ to follow Him.
Snyder shares stories and statistics from Iran, Africa, and Asia. He closes his article with something very familiar to NRSteppers.
“I believe that a great move of God is coming to the western world too, but a great shaking is going to have to come first. Hearts have grown so hard and so prideful that it is going to take a great humbling before most people understand that they need the Lord. So even though the shaking will be very challenging, we should welcome it, because it will shake multitudes into the Kingdom of God.”
May there be a great harvest one day and may we be so blessed to participate in the ordinary ways of helping people in our local communities both now and in the days of greatest difficulties.