Fulfilled prophecy #4 – Paris pays price, but NOT due to…

…French military action in Syria against ISIS, as claimed by barbarian murderers to ‘justify’ their attacks a week ago last night!

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La Tour Eiffel (Reuters: Charles Platiau)

NO!  Several prime verses of scripture and recent prophetical insights reveal the reason for citizens’ vulnerability in Paris as being their government’s hostile actions against the Jewish state of Israel.

One consequence of acting contrary to the Lord’s directives is the lack of His protective blessing! That is, unfortunately for the French they don’t appear to be in His favour.

Our hearts go out to all those grieving over those outrages. Yet we should always be aware of the ‘law’ of sowing and reaping as revealed in the earliest Christian letter:

Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. The one who sows to please his sinful nature, from that nature will reap destruction; the one who sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life. (Galatians 6:7-8 NIV)

12088559_173822729626723_341351036044988314_nMost saddening, however, is the fact that one of the songs joined in by attendees at the Bataclan concert was blatant satan worship! Eagles of Death Metal played their ‘kiss the devil’ (song lyrics) > then many dozens of souls went down into his dark domain! Harsh words in a tragedy, but I write from personal knowledge. In 1989 it nearly happened to me during a near-death experience, but I was most blessed to be Rescued from Hell. Therefore, I am most grieved they’re paying the price of having put their souls in grave peril. (See comments below and press press report – and Lightning-Bolt Tinted Glasses gives much food for thought!) Update Jan’16: this video shows what true worship is like.

Prophetic Words of 2012-15

Neville_Johnson-311x350A week ago this morning I saw headlines about this year’s second atrocity in Paris, and one of which I realised connected directly into its true cause. More about that later for I immediately recalled what Neville Johnson said last year in Urgent prophetic words about a cut-off date in God’s timeline:

“There is a definite cut-off point that is going to happen. A lot of things have been held up because God in His mercy has waited and waited and waited…and God has given us more time and more time. But he spoke to me,

“Neville, it is over. There is no more extension of time!”

In August last (2015), Neville reminded us that extension of time will end in September, “Time has run out” (see Last blood moon ushers in new era).

In 2014 Neville revealed he’d had more encounters with the Lord than in any previous year. “Things have become critical. It is the season of change”. In particular he shared,

“…we are on the brink of something great and something terrible. Time is running out for us and we have to be prepared for what is coming, particularly this nation (USA), but there are ramifications for other nations around the world as well. We are on the brink of something great…” (emphasis added).

He divulged several things the Lord had given him, one of which in my humble opinion relates directly to last week’s atrocity (textual format reflects vocal emphases):

“THE ISSUE OF SOWING AND REAPING IS BECOMING CRITICAL. Everything is speeding up. The process of sowing and reaping is being shortened over recent times; scary, because we don’t always sow the right things and it is coming back quicker.”

SC-Pic3 nathan morrisWhilst writing I’m reminded of a strongly anointed word given within weeks of launching this blog. On 6th January 2012 evangelist Nathan Morris told how the Lord had spoken to him with Holy Spirit strongly impressing upon him that such will be the unfolding of global events in 2012 – and in days that lie ahead – that  fear will strike the hearts of men; ever-increasing unrest and a spirit of confusion shall be released upon the world, uncertainty and hopelessness will even grip the hearts of believers.

This exceptionally anointed prophetic word begins as follows:

“For lawlessness will abound as nations and their leaders meet together to try and make alliances dnd allegiances one with another.  They shall seek peace, but shall not find it –  they shall seek peace, but shall not find it! This will cause many to cry from the rooftops for resolution but it will still elude them, for a time for further unrest will be their reward. 
“For even in 2012 there shall be great events that will change the course of this world, as you know it! For as many pour out their resources to find solutions of peace, another crisis will drain them of knowledge and resolution.

For I would know that My people would hear My voice, that I am setting the stage for that which I have foretold in My Word and it will quickly and swiftly come to pass. For the days are coming when the lawless one shall be revealed and the son of perdition shall take his stand…” (Setting the stage for the End-times at 2:23:30).

Neville Johnson on France

At this year’s conference in Lancaster USA, Neville referred to France being judged, but I deemed it wiser not to repeat his remarks. He mentioned Dickens’ classic ‘A Tale of Two Cities‘ and compared the fate of London with that of Paris and noted the author’s prophetic contrasting of extreme opposites. This applies today too as, “The tale of two kingdoms: light and darkness”. (If you haven’t yet seen that video then now’s definitely the time! My reference is at 32 minutes.)

Neville spoke of France’s poor future being a consequence of the way it persecuted the Huguenots. He could also have mentioned the post-Revolution republic’s secular stance against scripture. Today’s president, Francois Hollande, is an avowed atheist although he was raised as Catholic (Quartz: These are the religious beliefs of Europe’s leaders).

That fact possibly provides the ‘raison d’etre’ to his official policies towards Israel.

(This is quite clear from the detailed content accompanying that other headline I saw a week ago this morning.  In the midst of several on last Saturday’s Koenig’s World Watch Daily I noticed ‘France’s war against Jews – Caroline Glick’.  I will cover this in part two of this post.)

The relevance of Neville’s remarks are corroborated by the in-depth report of ‘Francois X’ in the discussion thread of Nelson Walters’ Paris is just the beginning

‘You write: “If they were reading and understanding their Bibles they would know that Paris is just the beginning”.

Unfortunately, very few people in France read their Bible. Since the French revolution in the late 18th century, France has been, a secular country. The Elohim of the Bible is not part of the French scene anymore. This is very unfortunate, and what we are experiencing, and I fully agree with you, it is just the beginning, is mainly due to our nation rejecting Yahweh…’

(15.12.15) For more from France read No Surrender This Time by French journalist and public intellectual Michel Gurfinkiel. Editor-in-chief of Valeurs Actuelles from 1985-2006, he’s written several books on geopolitics, international relations and culture. He is the Founder and President of the Jean-Jacques Rousseau Institute, a conservative think-tank, and a Shillman/Ginsburg Fellow at the Middle East Forum.

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  3. France has been known as a secular nation for many years—especially after the French Revolution (1789-1799). France was also a colonial power, so it makes sense that France’s colonies were also very secular.

    I was hitchhiking in Wyoming a number of years ago and this guy picked me up; we had a great talk. He was a Christian. He told me that he met this lady in Virginia back in the 1990s and she said that the Lord was going to judge New Orleans and Haiti. Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005; an earthquake devastated Haiti in 2010. New Orleans and Haiti were once French colonies. New Orleans and Haiti are well-known for witchcraft and devil worship.

    I was hitchhiking in Montana a few years ago and this pastor picked me up. We talked about the Saint Bartholomew’s Day Massacre in France in 1572. The pastor told me that France has never recovered from that massacre.

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  4. I commented earlier but maybe my contribution has been deleted. I find your reasoning abhorrent – the idea that France brought the horror of the Paris massacre on themselves because of their past oppression of the Huguenots! Also the idea that Hollande is in your estimation opposed to Israel because he is an ‘self professed’ atheist. Quite what that may have to do with it beats me.


    • Adrian, to ‘tee-off’ I’ll reply to this comment first as it’s on-thread (will copy other over to deal separately). There’s now 2 follow-ups developing my argument and which may possibly open up this viewpoint for you. In essence, it’s based upon the spiritual equivalent of (maybe original of) the physical law of cause and effect: ie. consequences arising from choice.

      I’ve found discussing supernatural things with those whose spiritual capacity hasn’t yet opened fully is frustrating to both parties. (It’s rather like teaching someone who loves dodgem cars, yet is old enough but unwilling to learn to drive, what it’s like driving a real car on the road. And talking about the mechanics of flying is hard to grasp – and being in orbit incomprehensible.) In other words, learning new things without personal experience can be quite a challenge. Hope you don’t find that’s offensive too?

      So on the things you find puzzling and abhorrent, a good dose of patient, persistent enquiry is sure to bear fruit. With those provisos I’ll try tackling your first contribution next…


  5. Adrian’s earlier contribution (posted in Welcome on 23rd Nov):
    ‘Your views on the reasons for the attack on innocent civilians in Paris are offensive, ill judged and absurd. Are we to believe that your God would sanction the death of 130 people, mainly young, of all faiths and none because the French government was not sufficiently supportive of the State of Israel – and further because France persecuted the Huguenots many centuries ago?! And are we to believe that your God would condemn the concert goers at the Bataclan to hell because of their choice of music? In the unlikely possibility that such a place exists the new arrivals will at least take comfort from the likelihood that they will not have to share the space with such a righteous blow-hard such as yourself!’


    • Adrian, your reaction is understandable. It’s one I’d have made anytime in 25 years. On the other hand, however, you missed the deliberate ‘clue’ to my experience on these matters, and thus to writing knowledgeably on what happened.

      So before replying you should know:

      I too am appalled by those deaths, as I had been in my youth of fellow teenagers. But I decided to investigate the great taboo – what happens after death. That eventually led to a terrifying discovery during the ecstatic state of nirvana – an encounter with ‘the devourer’. Much later, I was about to die from the shocking contrast between my sinfulness and God’s holiness. My surviving enabled me to grasp the truth about Jesus Christ. So I was given an offer I couldn’t refuse – and started taking Christianity and the Bible seriously. Therefore, I can confirm that hell indeed exists as described in scripture. Anyone enquiring impartially on this would definitely not want to end up there – so expressing desire for residence there is utterly absurd!

      The post is provocative for the purpose of stirring up serious thought, not half-baked non-sequitur.

      Another example of not reading closely, plus obvious lack of spiritual knowledge, results in your mistaken inference, “Are we to believe your God would sanction the death of 130…?” Please note references to lack of His protection – hence vulnerability to attack.

      There again, such a remark isn’t a problem – God sanctioned the death of His one and only begotten so that you and I could be forgiven of all our sins, be reconciled to Him and be in His Presence whether in this life or afterwards. That option and consequences is our choice and responsibility, not His – He’s provided the ways and means. It’s free and we’d be foolish to dip out. So it’s a sanction that enables us to live forever! If you don’t want to that’s your decision.

      SO it’s an honour to be regarded as a ‘blow-hard’ in view of what He’s done for me – but ‘righteous’ only because of His shed blood covering my sin; NOTHING whatsoever of My doing.

      Here’s what’s truly ‘offensive’ – satanic hatred of humanity, his manipulation of people and effects thereof (eg. attacking and killing anyone who believes differently, hatred of Jews/Christianity, destruction of families etc). Your next question leads to an example:

      “Are we to believe your God would condemn…to hell because of their choice of music?” ‘Worship’ means to move toward and kiss someone we adore. Therefore, the presence of satan was being invoked whilst he (NOT God) arranged the slaughter.

      What you should ask is, “Why were the concert-goers ignorant of the full consequences of their actions?” (This is where hedonism, humanism and atheism are absurdities!)

      As God is merciful, long-suffering and compassionate it’s quite possible He saved those at the Bataclan who, like His Son, gave their lives for others so they may live.

      Also, as ‘God of the death scream’ (as in Jesus’ case) He could have acted according to His scriptures, ‘Before the Judgement Day of God…whoever calls “Help God!” gets help’ (Joel 2:32, The Message). The literal version reads, ‘calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved’, which means not perish spiritually.

      Hope this may help you to dig deeper…

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