Prophetic words for 2017: a new global shift

Donald Trump’s rise to the US presidency surprised most, but not those who track current prophetic words. Against all conventional wisdom and nearly all polls, prophetic people agreed by consensus that Trump would win the election. This “yuge” shift in the natural signals a major shift in the spiritual. Where is this shift going? God […] Continue reading →

UN LGBT czar forces vote on extreme agenda

PRAYER ALERT. UN LGBT czar Vitit Muntarbhorn has dared the General Assembly of the UN to either accept his extreme agenda or to suspend him. His agenda for his 3-year term can be summed up in 5 points. Decriminalizing sodomy. Blocking mental health professionals from caring for homosexuality as a disorder. Making legal documents reflect […] Continue reading →

Trump foreign policy question marks abound

PRAYER ALERT on Trump foreign policy question marks. US President-elect Donald Trump has considered at least ten candidates for the top diplomatic post of Secretary of State. The diversity of the candidates shows that Trump is open to many different approaches to international relations. They also raise many Trump foreign policy question marks. Will he […] Continue reading →

Secretary of State rivals on Korea, terrorism

PRAYER ALERT. Secretary of State rivals also have weighed in on North Korea and terrorism: North Korea. Former Navy Admiral James Stavridis calls North Korea “the most dangerous country in the world.” Stavridis wants to negotiate with China as a partner to impose stricter sanctions. Bolton advocates instead persuading China to support the reunification of […] Continue reading →

Holy Land division—Obama’s parting shot?

PRAYER ALERT on Holy Land division. At Christmas time—or Hanukah if you prefer—Israel may get a most unwanted gift. Jimmy Carter wrote in a New York Times editorial that President Barack Obama should push for a Holy Land division before he leaves office. Carter has advocated a Palestinian state ever since he negotiated peace between […] Continue reading →