Veronika West: the Lion King of Glory is invading and shaking the nations

With the hour Veronika posted the following vision on her Ignite Ireland Ministry Fb. Having heard the angelic choir singing ‘All Hail The Lamb’, I’m absolutely sure what Veronika heard was utterly awesome. So we wait and continue watching the Shaking. (Her Fb follows with a vision of a dove landing on Donald Trump’s shoulder):

“WATCH!! FOR THE LION KING OF GLORY IS NOW INVADING THE NATIONS OF THE EARTH”..

Then a powerful vision opened up before me where I saw the MIGHTY LION KING RUNNING THE LENGTH AND THE BREADTH OF THE EARTH, AS HE RAN SO THE NATIONS OF THE EARTH WERE SHAKEN VIOLENTLY, THEN I HEARD HIS MIGHTY ROAR OF RIGHTEOUSNESS AND JUSTICE GOING FORTH UPON THE WHOLE EARTH AND THEN SUDDENLY I SAW THE LIGHT OF HIS GLORY BREAKING FORTH UPON THE NATIONS, I SAW THE POWERS AND PRINCIPALITIES OF DARKNESS TREMBLE AND FLEE AT THE SIGHT AND THE SOUND OF THE MIGHTY LION KING, THEN I WATCHED AS POWERFUL DEMONIC STRONGHOLDS BEGAN TO CRUMBLE AND FALL, I SAW THRONES OF WITCHCRAFT AND WICKEDNESS BEING OVERTHROWN AND OVERTURNED. THEN I HEARD THE SOUND OF A MULTITUDE OF ANGELS BEGIN TO SING OVER THE NATIONS,

“BEHOLD THE MIGHTY LION KING OF JUDAH WHO RULES THE HEAVENS WITH RIGHTEOUSNESS AND JUSTICE NOW ARISES OVER THE NATIONS OF THE EARTH”’!!

BE EXPECTANT!! Many will begin to have divine encounters with the Lion of Judah He is revealing Himself to His servants, His friends in this hour, He is REVEALING TO BRING FORTH AN ACCELERATION OF HEALING AND REPENTANCE TO THE NATIONS OF THE EARTH.

16 thoughts on “Veronika West: the Lion King of Glory is invading and shaking the nations

  1. Hi Richard, I feel that I have joined the post after it had started, like joining a stately home tour part way round .., is it me or does this post have something missing at the start?

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    • It’s as posted by Veronika. She may have had intro and deleted, but it makes no difference because she’s reporting what was seen and heard free of personal embellishment. As she’s associated with, and possibly trained by, Dr Sharon Stone she’d have learnt not to let her own thoughts and ideas get in the way of what the Lord’s saying. (Sharon explains that’s why she speaks so rapidly in delivering a word: ie. a ‘nabi’ or bubbling prophet rather than ‘seer’ or visionary.)

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  2. What’s the time frame for this Richard?

    It is normal when testing anything; a scientific theorem, an investment strategy, a business proposal, to define ahead of time what constitutes failure.

    Our confirmation bias is usually so strong that unless we have a prior definition of failure we simply won’t recognise failure when we meet it. Instead we argue with ourselves that “we just need more time, more resources, a change in the environment”.

    In the last few years we have had all sorts of “prophecy” about Brexit, domestic politics (Theresa May is God’s chosen PM was one) and international affairs – many of which have been shown to be comically wrong.

    This prophecy about the HS shaking things up is vague enough and innocuous enough to be untestable. People have been saying this sort of thing for 500 years at least – and we have seen endless wars and revolutions with incalculable human misery and no obvious advancement of God’s Kingdom.

    So if this prophecy is for real – and it’s a “now” word, then let’s test it. What time frame are we talking about and what would constitute failure?

    That would be an honest way of prophesying – then over time we can judge who genuinely has a prophetic gifting and who does not.

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    • I don’t see how it can be possible to put a time frame on a prophesy. I tend to be sceptical but find it interesting all the same. The one thing I have got out of the political upheaval is that I have become fed up with the negativity of politics and have turned towards the positivity of Jesus and I don’t think I am alone in this.

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      • Phil, if prophesy turns into reality, then that reality exists at a specific point in time and space.

        Jesus prophesied his own resurrection. If we were still waiting for him to be physically raised from the dead then clearly that prophesy would be frustrated. Falling back into poetic or metaphysical interpretations of his original prophesy would simply be seeking to cover up for a failed prophesy.

        That isn’t what happened. Jesus’ prophesy was turned into reality at exactly the time he said it would – bolstering our faith in Him.

        So of course all prophesy has a timeframe – we may not know that timeframe (some of Daniel’s prophesy) but you can’t divorce a prophesy from the time and place when it becomes reality – or it is no longer prophesy.
        Prophesy that isn’t attached to a real manifestation of fact in time and space isn’t prophecy – it is just some pious chit-chat about nothing in particular.

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        • If that’s so on your two comments Patrick, then how come Jesus failed to preface His remarks on the destruction of the Temple with “In 40 years this will…”?, or to tell the disciples, “I’ll be back with the angels in 2,000-odd years” ?? And He didn’t give any time-frame whatsoever when sharing with John the revelation God gave Him about the End-time wrath!

          Moreover, why could He not have told His disciples the Holy Spirit will come upon them on the Feast of Shavuot?

          Also, why didn’t Agabus say the famine he foresaw wouldn’t happen for three years?? (Acts 11:28) What if the disciples had said “We’ll see if it comes to pass” and not responded in faith and taken an offering in preparation of the event?

          The reason Jesus was accurate about His resurrection was because those events were timed to match the Feasts. (The Last Shofar, Lenard & Zoller).

          Oh, and why couldn’t Isaiah have said in ‘xyz’ years the Messiah will come but you will kill him! In quoting the lack of time-frame for Daniel’s prophecies, consistency in your own argument gets snookered.

          Please don’t take offence Patrick, but it’s time to dig deeper and be led by Holy Spirit.

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    • In view of my many blogs on Time and extensive hub on Science & Scripture Patrick, your question especially engages my attention. But I disagree for several reasons, especially in regards to ‘shaking’. (An anti-confirmation bias, or are you living somewhere out of contact with the world?)

      ‘Time frame’ and ‘testing’ relates purely to our ‘normal’ world but just cannot be similarly applied to the meta-physical realms wherein Holy Spirit and our spirits operate – and as God is outside Time any ‘time’ in that realm isn’t the same as ours. In bringing ‘data’ from there it has to be interpreted through our soul’s faculties. So we need to minimise those fleshly aspects and certainly not to quench or grieve Holy Spirit, and thus completely fail to grasp what prophecy’s about. So, it’s wiser not to suppose we can define failure in this situation.

      You’ll agree that our Time is the testing ground for events that show whether or not predictions come to pass, thereby proving if a prophecy is true of false. In the meantime prophecies are to be held in the ‘pending-tray’ with discernment of expectation (not confirmation bias), as instructed in 1Thess 5:20-21.

      On the other hand, if an observer is far away from and unable to notice – even deny – events such as the current shaking within UK (as in your comment), then this render’s the opinion null and void. (I won’t list the many prophecies of last 20 years and their manifestations. Suggest you read Andrew Baguley’s ‘Shaken: An EU Post-Referendum Reflection’, publ 2017)

      So time setting is avoided by many prophets and only exceptionally does one stick their neck out with dates, yet as Veronika and Dr Stone have actually done so regarding a major birthing this July. AND now we’ve seen the events leading up to that situation we can grasp the meaning of those prophecies better.

      Your question is helpful as I’d like to clarify this further by blogging on Time & Prophecy – if I get the time!

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  3. My personal experience is that I have had prophecies spoken over me from people I trust which have had no time frame but I absolutely believe they’re from God. That’s faith.
    Some have come to pass. Some I’m still waiting to see over 10 years later. But I believe they will take place. Faith
    With this”word” it may be that Veronika has seen something in the Spirit and it’s hard to say when it will happen or if it’s already happening. …but it encourages me to pray it into being. Plus VW has had words on here that have come to pass so I trust what she has to say. …
    Plus i always listen to the Spirit inside me to get a sense if something is from Him or not. I got excited about this word

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