This morning’s politi-chatter was about humiliating Michael Gove in the latest lap of the Conservatives election for Mrs May’s successor, for having stabbed Boris Johnson in the back during the Leave campaign. This then propelled her into power and later Gove failed to take a stand with him at Chequers when she demanded her Cabinet accept her EU deal, which subsequently led to her premiership being humiliated in not only Brexit negotiations but also the related Parliamentary voting.
According to the word Emma Stark heard from the Lord, the really good part of that is it would have been part of His strategy to deal with our pride:
“I am making some situations [to] bring nations to their knees right now, and even a humbleness to come within the British Isles”, says the Lord, “that I may break the spirit of Leviathan off you and your pride.” For the Lord says, “I cannot come near the British Isles while there is pride, because I am held by my word that says I must resist those who are proud.” But the Lord says, “As there is humbleness and as confusion even opens a door to a hands-up that says, ‘I don’t have an answer’” – and as that brings a sense of “Oh God! We need to look to you outside of ourselves” – the Lord says, “Then Leviathan breaks”, and then that revival rushes towards us.’
And of course we’re all well aware that many are associated with the ‘Pride’ movement, and politicians and some clergy trashed God’s holy ordinances. As posited in revisiting a most glowing prophecy claimed to have been for Mrs May’s premiership, her failure to stand upon scripture would have been part of her unraveling.
Therefore, the same process could apply to Michael Gove for his anti-Christian role as Lord Chancellor, head of the Judiciary. I believe the Lord may now call him to account.
The details are recounted in this Press Release Judgement in magistrate Richard Page’s case shows ‘deep intolerance’ of Christians issued by Christian Concern, emphases mine:.
‘A Christian magistrate has today lost his appeal against the Lord Chancellor and Lord Chief Justice’s decision to remove him from the judiciary.
‘In the decision by Mr Justice Choudhury, the decisions of the Employment Tribunal were upheld, ruling against his claims for discrimination and victimisation because of his Christian faith.
‘Mr Page was removed from his post as magistrate in 2015, after 15 years of exemplary service, by then Lord Chancellor Michael Gove and Lord Chief Justice, Lord Thomas, for expressing his belief that it is in a child’s best interests to have a mother and a father.
‘Mr Page was later also blocked from returning to his position as a non-executive director of the Kent and Medway NHS Trust for having expressed the same view on a BBC Radio 4 documentary on Christians being squeezed out of public life. In a second judgment handed down this morning, the Employment Appeal Tribunal rejected Mr Page’s case against the NHS Trust, saying that it was not Mr Page’s belief but the fact that he expressed his belief that led to his removal…(!!!!)
‘Mr Page will seek to appeal these decisions, given its important ramifications for the freedom of Christians to hold and express their beliefs in public life…’ cont. reading here.
[Completed 5.00pm but left for evening class. So am pleased to learn Gove is out.]