Prophetic words on changing winds over the UK

Thank you to Sarah Sillitoe for commenting on The Wind Has Shifted as follows:

“Felt God say today “The winds have changed” get the feeling it’s like when Mr Banks learns how to play with his children in “Mary Poppins” and the wind changes. Get the feeling we are stepping into a vast and spacious land (the promised land). Bearing this in mind I would highly recommend you take a look at two videos: (see post’s Comments).

Also to Chris Bennett (posted on UK Prophetic Words 21 Nov 2016)

‘The Wind of Change is beginning to blow over the UK. The Spirit and the Word are beginning to come together and are forming an unbreakable chain that is dragging the church into the 21st century end times. At the same time the Ruach of God is blowing the cobwebs away, blowing the dust out of the corners, and cleaning up the Bride for Her Groom.

“I am sending my Wind of Change to cleanse My Bride of all the impurities found in her”, says the Lord. “Those of my church who have espoused hypergrace and sinful practices and claim that My Word teaches them are an abomination to me  – those I will spit out of my mouth and they shall wither away. Those of my church who ignore the sick, the poor, the needy, widows and orphans – these will I leave out of my plans. Those who do not feed, clothe, and tend those in need – these I will desert in their own hour of need. Those who have no part in taking the gospel to people but expect them to come to the church – these will have no part in my risen church, nor in my celebrations”.

“I am about to resurrect my church”, says the Lord, “and the Ruach of God will blow through her. Those who hear what the Spirit has to say will prosper. Those whose lamps are kept prepared will be partakers of all my glory” says the Lord God Almighty.

Chris Bennett 16 Nov

And what a very windy weekend and early week we’ve had!!

PS: note also Tony Puccio’s contribution in the ‘replies’ below…

11 thoughts on “Prophetic words on changing winds over the UK

  1. I find it really interesting also how, although God’s priorities don’t change, we find it difficult to agree with him. I’m sure if you asked 100 Christians what the church’s shortcomings are, you’d get heaps of answers including attitudes to homosexuality, women priests, attitudes to Muslims and so on. I can’t remember when I last heard a polemical voice raised saying many in the church aren’t doing enough for the sick, widows, orphans and so on. And the Bible is full of God telling us to do that!

    Thank you for this splendid blog.

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    • Thank you Jonathan and only last I heard a RC priest refer to that priority when he was teaching about the Holy Spirit at an Alpha course I was invited to help out at in Portsmouth. Also, I think its implicit in the word Heidi Baker brought about Anglicans being awakened. (If you’re unaware of Iris Global, she and her husband ministered to children on the garbage dump outside Maputo, Mozambique and then the Lord gave them that country. Miraculous signs and wonders followed their preaching with even Muslim provinces turning to Christ.)


      • Oh, that is good. I suppose I’m talking about just amongst ordinary churchgoers though, especially online. I do think the more people listen to God the higher priority they’ll give these things, so priests and prophets I would hope have got a handle on it!

        My name is Jonathan, by the way – although I can guess why the computer I’d telling you why I’m called Isaiah – he’s a character in my book, and I’m commenting with my book website’s login, if that makes sense. Very confusing!

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  2. Thank you for making this connection, the words from Chris Bennett are very interesting and explains a lot! God keeps saying “get ready” to me at the moment, then goes and creates an encounter with someone who needs prayer or a smile and then laughter and joy comes because God is suddenly right in the centre of things. Feel like Im being “birthed” kind of like a contraction happening, like one day as the contractions get closer and closer together there would be all this joy and laughter and God doing amazing things all over the place, I hope so! Feel he is taking away fear of the unknown, and increasing trust in him….. “I will never leave you nor forsake you” Deuteronomy 31:6

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  3. Ok, Im stepping out here with words I feel God has been giving me this morning. I hear him sing to me through praise songs mostly and he spoke a lot this morning to me by sitting on varous words and phrases. I have changed some of the words a bit so it flows a bit better with him helping me in places too to add bits in, but this is the basics of what he said to me……

    The wind has changed, can you hear the music of heaven playing? Let the music move you (like it did the other day when I attended a dance class I usually find a bit boring and listened to what he was saying and found myself skipping into the kingdom of God) he then explained what was happening as I drove home by saying to me “The wind has changed”. God himself is going to reward you openly, people will be astounded.
    The Holy Spirit is going to resuscitate and revive us and its going to rain!
    The truth is about to finally surface.

    God says “I will never leave you nor forsake you” Deuteronomy 31:6 he isn’t about to leave our side, he is sticking close and whispering words of encouragement to us because we are walking into the promised land.

    John 4 v 10 says: Jesus answered her, “If you knew the gift of God and who it is that asks you for a drink, you would have asked him and he would have given you living water.”

    The time has come to ask for that living water…….

    We are no longer slaves to fear, we are children of God. We dream of the world seeing God, now is the time for freedom, the walls are indeed coming down. There is no need to be afraid, we have the eye of the tiger and its time to ROAR!

    God says to us and the world at large “”Unless you people see signs and wonders,” Jesus told him, “you will never believe.” John 4 v 48 so we can believe in his miracles coming in tides that overthrow mans previous perceptions of reality.

    He also says “Even now the one who reaps draws a wage and harvests a crop for eternal life, so that the sower and the reaper may be glad together.” John 4 v 36

    What joy we will have encountering God in the everyday unexpected! Don’t fear what God has in store because it will surprise and delight you. Like a crushendo of love spashing around, and moving peoples hearts all over the place! Going to get wet! Very wet!

    We must let heaven come! There is no ending in Jesus, he will never let us go. We can stand firm in his promises, his light will shine brighter and brighter until the full light of day, as we stare at Gods son Jesus.

    God is jealous for us, let us behold our Father in Heaven. May we lift our voices, he says we are his love and we are worth it all, we were made for love.

    Here comes a new day, its breaking in our hearts!
    Are you listening to God? Does he have your attention?
    All those walls are now being torn down, and we are starting to ascend the mountain of the Lord. Dance into the kingdom of God and become alive! This is just the start! Join the heavely choir, let it rain! Love like we actually mean it!

    God loves us so tenderly, Gods glory is rising, the light will come! He will give us the courage to face what had previously had scared us. Rise up daughters and sons of God, Jesus has overcome, we will shine in the love of God. Let Gods kingdom come, let us arrive at eternities shore, where death is just a memory. Gods love is deep inside, it’s all we ever need.

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