GODTV article recommends this blog’s Brexit prophecies library

Grateful thanks to the unknown creator of this splendid illustration

It was a delightful surprise this morning to learn this blog is one of several sites referred to in Ben Kay’s article published today on GODTV’s website, The Brexit Button: What Are Intercessors Praying and Prophetic Voices Saying? – eg. as in these links:

“The referendum result was split 52%-48% in favour of leaving the EU. However, amongst prophetic voices and intercessors, there seems to have been a much clearer consensus. There was an overwhelming number calling for, and indeed praying for, the UK to come out of the European Union.”

Moreover, it’s an honour for my efforts to be accorded a second double-recognition in the section entitled Brexit and God’s Sovereign Purposes:

“The concept that Brexit is somehow part of God’s sovereign plan, for the UK to be a tremendous blessing once again to the nations, can be quite a challenging one. It may indeed lead us to a place of having to undo our own thinking about Brexit and re-align our understanding with God’s Word.

“To give a clearer picture, Richard Barker has helpfully compiled the words of numerous prophetic voices that have spoken out about Brexit. You may like to take some time to explore various articles on his website entitled ‘Richard’s Watch’.”

Ben also quotes David Chapman’s excellent report on this blog’s What Intercessors ‘Heard’ During the Referendum and US Election.

If you read Ben’s article you’ll see his use of a clock with hands pointing to 12 o’clock as a personal ‘avatar’ icon! Check his article’s discussion thread for more about this.

I particularly thank you especially, my reader, for your contribution in encouraging me by regularly reading my jottings, or dipping in as and when convenient. I trust what you read richly uplifts and blesses you.

All the praise and glory is to our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ alone.

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