Once again, the pieces of an invisible jigsaw start falling into place. The ‘God-incidents’ behind the timing this post and incoming related material is noteworthy in creating the next posts because renovations priorities had delayed my dealing with this news from last week.
Further to the third and much more extensive prophecy Emma Stark brought on Brexit and its critical issue of the Northern Ireland Backstop, and subsequent news of Arlene Foster and Leo Varadkar’s meeting over the ‘Pond’ noted in Update 1, I now flag their meetings with President Trump and VP Pence.:
First, however, note the pertinent part of that prophetic word (emphases mine):
And the Lord says, “Do not fear, even if there is a delay. Do not fear, if that looks like increased chaos.” For the Lord says, “There is an order, and I will start in Ireland,” And they will form such a new understanding, and a new relationship with one another, that the Lord says, “It will be a model for what I want to do in nations and how they will relate to each other, even across the continent of Europe and beyond.” But the Lord says, “I am beginning a work of reconciliation and seeing each other and solution in Ireland.”
‘And the Lord says, “That is going to even have an effect on Brexit.” The Lord says, “Let Ireland be solved first before Brexit can be unpacked and fully realised.” And you can see God working in an order around the nation, from Ireland in the south, up to Northern Ireland and across, down into Westminster. And the Lord is saying in this hour that we are to pray, even for the EU and even for Theresa May and Westminster, to give Ireland space and to not dominate in that place so that the Lord can raise up these leaders to see each other.’
The two leaders’ official visit to last week’s renowned St Patrick’s Day celebrations in the USA afforded them a time to escape the political atmosphere of Europe and the British Isles.
It is possible they may, therefore, felt freer and able to perceive issues from another perspective without the immediate pressures of the Brexit and EU politics. I’m sure ‘the Donald’ conveyed his personal opinions and insights on the situation with Taoiseach Varadkar, who may have thus been sufficiently open-minded to consider new, different approaches to developing the future relationship between Eire and Britain, as promised in that prophetic word.
Let me point out for visitors and newer readers of this blog, Donald Trump’s statement in January 2017 (whilst President-elect) about Britain wanting its own identity free from Europe, was prophesied five years earlier! (Full details in Fulfilled Prophecy #15.)
I trust Varadkar had the opportunity to, and begin to, appreciate the whole issue from a Christian perspective, particularly after dining with evangelical Vice-President Mike Pence.
Those meetings combined with that prophecy’s details, especially upon his ‘subversive’ character and how the Lord proposes to use him (even as an openly gay leader!), may go some way to understanding his motives behind yesterday’s declaration, which Adam MacCarthaigh at Brexit Central calls ‘meddling’ and I suspect he’s misconstrued what’s really happening. Here’s what’s happened:
Today’s Irish Examiner on Taoiseach: Cut Britain some slack reports his current stance on Brexit as follows:
‘Speaking in Dublin, Mr Varadkar said when he arrives for the EU summit in Brussels tomorrow, he will be arguing that prime minister Theresa May be given some space to seek to get approval for her deal.
“There is a real risk that we wish to avoid — of no-deal happening by accident despite people’s best intentions,” he said.
“It’s time now to cut them some slack, to cut the British government some slack, when it comes to their request for an extension and when it comes to their request that the Strasbourg Agreement be ratified formally by the European Council over the next two days. “
‘He added that the Irish Government was willing to support both of the British requests, but he reiterated that it was “not entertaining any change to the Withdrawal Agreement or the backstop”.
Here’s extracts from BBC Northern Ireland’s report (thank you again Roger) President Donald Trump meets Arlene Foster in Washington:
‘Arlene Foster met US President Donald Trump at a St Patrick’s Day celebrations lunch in Washington on Thursday hosted by the House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, US vice president Mike Pence and other high-profile political figures were also in attendance.
‘Mrs Foster has said she hopes to invite Mr Trump to attend the Open Championship at Portrush this July (telling) BBC News NI that she would “very much” like to see the US president visit Northern Ireland…
‘Mr Trump has said he will be visiting the Republic of Ireland at some point this year.
‘During a press conference with the taoiseach, the US president confirmed he would make the trip because Ireland is “a special place” (adding) that he and Mr Varadkar have become “fast friends”.’ (!!!)
Next, we look at some historical items that happened to turn up this morning – oh what a coincidence!
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