Monday, 13 June 2016


Context: I've been asking the Lord about what's coming in the future. I've specifically been asking about what His people need to be aware about in order for our faith to be prepared for the future, and so that we would know what to pray and intercede about. I've also asked to know so that, when whatever is coming, comes (if it must come), it won't shock or rattle us so much as to make us flee from the Lord. 

Foreword update on possible interpretation of the dream below (updated 17th June 2016):
'I just wanted to say that my first two interpretations of the last dream I posted (the dream below) could've been off. Firstly, the two waves I saw could have nothing to do with the Book of Revelation. Secondly, they may not even be literal tsunami waves. After a few days of thinking about the dream, I believe the most likely interpretation lies in one of the following two explanations:
1. Two waves of sorrow will come to Australia, and the second one will be a lot greater than the first, though both waves will affect most of the nation (the second one could effect all of it). These waves of sorrow could just be two events, or two phases of sorrow. They could have to do with judgment (I think it would be likely: judgment for lukewarmness or judgment upon the unsaved for the evil that is perveting the good in Australia, or for both)
2. The two waves could've symbolised the lukewarmness (current and/or future) that Christians will allow in their lives (mixture of good and bad), and/or wickedness that will sweep over this nation i.e what is about to happen with same-sex marriage laws). I believe it's possible that we may have already experienced the first wave, and we are about to experience the second.
The Lord is revealing these things so that we will spiritually watch, and also pray for our nation. Don't be afraid or anxious about these things. If anything, this kind of revelation is a great reason to shine our light brighter than we ever have before, and serve as fervently as we can.
If anyone else out there has had dreams and/or visions about what is to come, please share them. The Lord uses each piece of the prophetic picture in order to exhort and encourage. He also confirms His voice to His people through two or three witnesses:
2 Corinthians 13v1:
'...“By the mouth of two or three witnesses every word shall be established.”''

Yesterday (13/6/16) I dreamt I was looking at the entire nation of Australia from high above. The nation and surrounding ocean appeared completely grey. Then from right to left came a wave which looked like a tsunami wave. It moved quickly and travelled in a perfectly straight line. The wave hit the entire East Coast of Australia and kept travelling inland till it reached at least half way across the nation. A moment later another wave followed the first one--also hitting the East Coast. However, this wave seemed far more intense and powerful than the first, and travelled at an incredible rate of speed till it covered well over half or the entire continent of Australia.

While it's possible that both waves could've been literal tsunamis, I believe it's likely that they spoke of two waves of sorrow that are coming to Australia. Before I go on--God has told me recently to make sure that I don't hold anything back, and to not mince my words. This is not easy--I'm human like the rest of you. I'd much rather post everything to do with blessings and grace, but that's not what He wants me to do. Besides, ignorance is only bliss till it all hits the fan, then reality sets in anyway. So we need to be prepared for the possibility that all things the Lord reveals will come to pass. With that in mind, and remembering that the following is my opinion and my best attempt to interpret the dream based off of scripture, I believe what the Lord showed me either a type/shadow fulfilment or the actual fulfilment of the scripture below: 

Revelation 6-
When He opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature saying, “Come and see.” So I looked, and behold, a pale horse. And the name of him who sat on it was Death, and Hades followed with him. And power was given to them over a fourth of the earth, to kill with sword, with hunger, with death, and by the beasts of the earth.

I believe the grey appearance of Australia in the dream represented the pale horse (pale=grey). The first wave is 'Death' and the second wave that followed symbolised 'Hades': v8: 'and Hades followed with him'. Another part of the dream showed that the first wave represents the fiery red horse of the second seal of Revelation. In the first wave, peace will be taken from Australia and death will come:

Revelation 6
When He opened the second seal, I heard the second living creature saying, “Come and see.”[bAnother horse, fiery red, went out. And it was granted to the one who sat on it to take peace from the earth, and that people should kill one another; and there was given to him a great sword.

In the second wave, Hades will follow it, which means that great Satanic and demonic activity will sweep over and cover this nation (the second wave in my dream was much more intense and powerful than the first). 

Although this is just my opinion of the dream, I believe that, at the very least, God is revealing that two waves of great sorrow are going to come upon this nation. War will affect this nation, and likely the consequences of war. The first wave will likely take peace away from this nation, then death and its consequences will follow, along with great Satanic attack (the vultures pounce on the carcass AFTER death has done its work- Matt 24v2).

There is another interpretation though. My opinions on the dream above could be incorrect, and in fact have very little or nothing to do with the fulfilment of the prophecies of Revelation. God could have simply been showing me two great tsunami waves that will hit this nation. Waves that could travel that far inland would have to be massive, but they are possible. They could be caused by two asteroid/comet impacts out to sea, or perhaps a massive earthquake. A while ago the Lord showed me a tsunami in a dream that was around 1000 feet tall (I estimated its height in the dream itself). He showed me that this will happen if we don't intercede in prayer, and if His people that are backslidden and immoral don't turn back to Him. This backslidden state was shown to me to be a mixture of both the good and the bad, and this could've been indicated in the dream by the grey appearance of Australia (grey being a mixture of white/purity and black/evil). The Lord could've been saying that two literal tsunami waves will come to Australia because of those in His Church who are lukewarm (see Revelation 3 scripture below).

These things are a call to spiritually prepare and make sure we are right with the Lord and abiding in Him. It's also a call to pray and intercede for our nation. However, it is my opinion that, from what the Lord has shown me, we cannot (or will not) stop all things to do with the coming storm. God rules with kindness, grace and mercy, but also with justice and judgment, and in righteousness. This never changes, therefore if our world continues on its wicked path, we will not only see grace and a move of the Spirit, but also judgment and the Devil loosed upon this Earth in a dramatic fashion (I was shown this in another dream). This world wants wickedness, so it won't only get what it wants, including the fruit and effects of wickedness, but also God's judgment, the Devil's work and the destruction he brings. The Lord's people must also make sure they are right with Him--God does not allow His people to remain lukewarm for long. God's people cannot mix purity (white) with evil (black) to make a grey lukewarmness, for His judgment will eventually come:

Revelation 3-
15 “I know your works, that you are neither cold nor hot. I could wish you were cold or hot. 16 So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot,[g] I will vomit you out of My mouth. 

This judgment can be a temporary discipline to get us to turn back to Him, or it can be a complete rejection: v16 ...'I will vomit you out of My mouth'. Either way, lukewarmness isn't worth the risk. The coming judgments will be extremely severe to experience if we are in such a state, and there may not even be time to turn back to Him. If we didn't have time to turn back to Him, we may be in an apostate state when we die, and so go to Hell. 

I know all of this is extremely full on, but I'm just passing on the revelation the Lord has given me. Things of blessing and judgment come upon every generation, and the things of Revelation must eventually come to pass. Remember that the Lord will always be with and keep those that are truly His people. The Lord watches His people to be with them wherever they go, and He Himself is their defender and shield. We may still be able to delay, lessen or stop certain things that are coming, and that's certainly what I'm hoping and praying for. Remember, hope and pray for the best, but also prepare spiritually for the worst. Above all, rest in Christ, being at peace in HIm, for He is Lord over all the wind and waves, and more powerful than anything in this world or any trial or spiritual power: 

Romans 8-
35 Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shalltribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?36 As it is written:
“For Your sake we are killed all day long;
We are accounted as sheep for the slaughter.”[c]
37 Yet in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us.38 For I am persuaded that neither death nor life, nor angels nor principalities nor powers, nor things present nor things to come, 39 nor height nor depth, nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.

Wednesday, 8 June 2016


If we want to serve the Lord, we must be willing to continuously crucify our fleshly concern about what others think about us or what others' views may be about our beliefs and service. If we don’t, our service for Him will, at best, be limited, and at worst, non-existent because we’ll always think of a reason not to serve based off of how others may treat us or what present things of this world we may lose. This self-denial and death to self isn't easy (and often involves suffering), but it's vital, otherwise we'll never be as effective or fruitful for God as He desires, or not bear fruit for Him at all.

Even Jesus had times when he went from being accepted to rejected, popular to unpopular (and vice versa, often very quickly), and agreed with, to disagreed with--but that never changed His ministry or service for the Lord. That's because He had a clear understanding and deep conviction, not only about what true Biblical and Holy Spirit-led service was all about, but also what the exact type, manner, and scope of His service was supposed to be. The Father made it very clear to Jesus what He wanted Him to do (think: the Father's work--Jesus only did what He saw His Father do--the work of cross/ the preaching & revealing of the truth/ the work of being a witness for His Father through miracles etc.), and His desire is to do that for us as well because He's given us all gifts and callings--which things the Bible calls 'irrevocable' (i.e. God never recalls them).

It’s true that we need to be discerning in our use of the gifts. Our use of the gifts should be according to love and the fruits of the Spirit. We should also take into consideration the fact that there are often seasons and timings to different types of service. Finally, we should be led by Biblical truth and the Holy Spirit’s leading in whatever we do for God. So discernment and a wise operation of the gifts is very important. Having said all this, we should be careful never to confuse discernment with fleshly fear or fleshy desires (or simply just natural desires). At times, we can all make this mistake. This can happen simply because we’re mistaken, we actually want to avoid a kind of service, or simply because we’re not examining our own heart thoroughly enough. Whatever the reason, this error is easily avoidable. We simply need to ask ourselves the following questions: ‘Is our ‘discernment’ stopping us from serving God? Is it stopping us from operating in our Holy Spirit giftings for the good of His people? Is it stopping us from shining our light before men? (Spiritual light is NEVER meant to be hidden under a bushel). Is our 'discernment' stopping us from doing what the revealed will of God (whether Biblically or by the will, revelation or prompting of the Holy Spirit) has told us we should be doing? Finally, is our ‘spiritual’ discernment just a cover for our fleshly fear of losing something, or a fear of being rejected, ignored, misunderstood, reviled and hurt by others? Our service of God should be willing to lose and sacrifice everything for Jesus’ sake:

Luke 18-
20You know the commandments: ‘You shall not commit adultery, you shall not murder, you shall not steal, you shall not give false testimony, honor your father and mother.’a
21“All these I have kept since I was a boy,” he said.
22When Jesus heard this, he said to him, “You still lack one thing. Sell everything you have and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow me.”

(*Notice that God wants more than a moral obedience—He wants a sacrificial service. We are not following Jesus if we only obey Him but do not serve Him. We are directed by the Lord first to obey, then to serve in our following after Him i.e. ‘Then come, follow me.’)

Fleshly discernment’s (i.e. worldly wisdom) only concern is what will happen to us, or what we will lose if we stand with and for Christ. It’s main desire is also to avoid any kind of suffering:

Luke 18-
31He then began to teach them that the Son of Man must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders, the chief priests and the teachers of the law, and that he must be killed and after three days rise again. 32He spoke plainly about this, and Peter took him aside and began to rebuke him. 33But when Jesus turned and looked at his disciples, he rebuked Peter. “Get behind me, Satan!” he said. “You do not have in mind the concerns of God, but merely human concerns.”34Then he called the crowd to him along with his disciples and said: “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me. 35For whoever wants to save their lifeb will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me and for the gospel will save it.
The very nature of following after Christ and serving Him is that we will be called on to LOSE OUR LIVES. Don’t underestimate just how great this sacrifice is—it’s a sacrifice and willingness to sacrifice which involves and demands everything we are—our whole lives. If we try to keep anything in our lives which is reserved just for ourselves (which we won't allow God to have, touch, or use), we run the very real risk that we will lose our most important life: our spiritual life (v35).

What are other people and their opinions, views, or treatment worth in comparison to our service for Him, and just as importantly, our spiritual lives? God is the one who takes care of us, so He’ll always do just that. No matter what we’re asked to face or give up in His service, He’ll always give us all things necessary for life and Godliness (2 Peter 1v3). This should inspire in us a sense of real freedom and opportunity when we think of serving the Lord. There is no power or influence that affects us unless the Lord allows it, and so all things work together for our good when we serve the Lord. Our highest concern in our service, and one that should cancel all others, is this: what does the Lord want us to do right now in our lives for Him? If this is the highest concern of our lives, all other considerations will fall into their rightful place. The sacrificial service of our lives is the high calling of our lives, and the very purpose of it. Let nothing stifle or stop this great calling, for as the Luke 18 passage above shows us, it’s as important as our spiritual life.

Tuesday, 7 June 2016


Our intercessions about this world, the Church, the future and anything else, should always be tempered with God’s will regarding those things. In the end, it is not 'our will' be done on earth as it is in Heaven, but HIS will. His perspective is perfect 20/20 vision, while ours is through a glass darkly. Our will is also imperfect due to us being fallen beings (i.e sinners saved by grace), people who still suffer under fleshly desires (which is why we are called on to always ‘put to death’ the deeds of the flesh Rom 8v13), and those who are limited in their understanding.

Yes, God has instituted intercession--which shows how much He values our prayers and has chosen to listen to them. But He has not given us His throne, and He has not abdicated rule of the world to us--what a disaster that would be! Therefore we should be aware of what the nature and end result of all intercession should be. Abraham teaches us that while the process of all intercession is an appeal (a ‘standing in the gap’) and a back and forth (i.e. when Abraham interceded over the fate of Sodom and Gomorrah), its end lies with what God wants and knows is best (i.e when there weren’t even 10 righteous in Sodom and Gomorrah, God destroyed it), whether we agree or are even agreeable with his decisions and ruling or not. It also ends with us needing to agree with God in his decision, ruling and subsequent actions, because the Bible tells us that two cannot walk together unless they are agreed (Amos 3v3).

God knows how to rule best, we do not. God knows what's best for a world, whereas our world (and often even the Church--no Church is perfect) shows that we don't. God’s knowing of what is best for His creation and their lives is seen in the perfect rule and life of Heaven. The glories, peace and perfections of the government and all the goings on of Heaven are a result of His perfect will and actions whose substance, fruit, and effect are always life, righteousness, grace, mercy, justice, order, judgment, goodness, kindness, and Holiness (just to name a few).

God is the great Savior and Judge of the world, we are not. Yes, we have been created in His image and given spiritual authority, but this is to be used according to HIS WILL and HIS PURPOSES, and in alignment with BIBLICAL TRUTH. It’s true that God wants to listen to us (and even use that intercession to work His will) in intercession because it is His Spirit which works in us to both will and do for HIS good pleasure, but in the end, it is only His perfect will which must, and will, prevail.

He has instituted intercession because His desire is for all men to come to the truth and be saved. He wants all men everywhere to serve Him, be redeemed back to Him (restore spiritual relationship), and to experience life in Him—not only to enjoy all the good things He gives us (1 Timothy 6v17), but primarily for the good and praise of His name and Kingdom (i.e. ‘Seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness..’). Intercession should always be to seek what God delights in:

Jeremiah 9v24:
…let him who boasts boast of this, that he understands and knows Me, that I am the LORD who exercises lovingkindness, justice and righteousness on earth; for I delight in these things,” declares the LORD.

Notice that the Lord doesn’t only delight in loving-kindness. So he doesn’t only delight in grace and mercy, He also delights in justice and righteousness, and therefore things which work His righteousness and also bring about His justice—His judgment. If we would call ourselves intercessors, and those that God listens to—for He only hears that which is according to His will; 1 John 5v14--then we must realize that intercession involves seeking not only grace and mercy, but also, IF the Spirit wills it, judgment. However, context here is crucial. The Bible tells us that it is mercy which triumphs over judgment. God is longsuffering, slow to anger, and abounding in mercy. Therefore, while we should always intercede for grace, mercy and righteousness upon the earth, in contrast, we should only intercede for judgment if that is the revealed (the Bible supports it) and revelatory will of God (we know by the Spirit’s speaking and revealing this to us). This kind of intercession should and will usually only take place as a LAST resort (when all other workings of God have evidently been rejected by men); and even then we should desire any good that exists to be spared (even as Abraham pleaded with God to save Sodom and Gomorrah if there were even just ten righteous people remaining).

Intercession is only effective and even heard by God if it is according to His direct or allowed will. Therefore if we want to intercede, before we begin, we should make sure we know what His will is, both Biblically and, I would also suggest, by revelation (to make sure we are on the surest ground possible). I would describe this as gaining a good foundation for our intercessory requests and pleadings. Abraham’s pleading with God over Sodom and Gomorrah showed his equal understanding both of intercession and HOW to intercede with God. He had a great understanding of what God delighted in, and so was careful to plead for His grace and mercy, but only in light and equal consideration of His righteousness and justice. Abraham didn’t ask God to save Sodom and Gomorrah regardless of whether there were righteous people or not. Abraham knew the importance of righteousness and justice with God:

Genesis 18v23-25:
Then Abraham drew near and said, (C)“Will you indeed sweep away the righteous with the wicked? Suppose there are fifty righteous within the city. Will you then sweep away the place and not spare it for the fifty righteous who are in it? Far be it from you to do such a thing, to put the righteous to death with the wicked, so that the righteous fare as the wicked! Far be that from you! Shall not the Judge of all the earth do what is just?”

So yes, Abraham’s heart and goal in his intercession was as it should’ve been (as ours should be while we are directed to, or allowed): to seek to save the good that could be saved (the righteous), and to even show mercy to those wicked people that didn’t deserve it, for if Sodom and Gomorrah were saved for the sake of the righteous, by default even the wicked people would’ve been shown the grace to be allowed to continue to live and have more time to repent (think: possibility of revival through repentance and reformation). It is possible and perhaps even very likely that Abraham was also seeking this very thing—to see the wicked repent and reform. However, Abraham also knew that God could not (and never would) go against His very nature, wisdom, Holy desires and purity of rule. Abraham also didn’t want him to. He didn’t go any lower than ’10 righteous’ in his pleading and negotiation with God. Notice also that God did not allow him to, which also showed that intercession always has an end, and that end in the final ruling and decision of God:

Abraham 18v32-33:
Then he said, “Oh let not the Lord be angry, and I will speak again but this once. Suppose ten are found there.” He answered, “For the sake of ten I will not destroy it.” And the Lord went his way, when he had finished speaking to Abraham, and Abraham returned to his place.

In light of Abraham’s example and intercession, in our own intercession, let us always consider the delights and desires of the Lord, and his overarching and specific will. If there is room for his permissible will, then let us stand in the gap as led by the Holy Spirit. But let us do so humbly and reverently, knowing that His will and leadings always have an INTENDED end--HIS intended end:

James 5v11: You have heard of the perseverance of Job and seen the end intended by the Lord…

All things serve His desires, will and purposes, so we and our intercessions should too!

Friday, 3 June 2016


John 11-
v2 When John, who was in prison, heard about the deeds of the Messiah, he sent his disciples 3 to ask him, “Are you the one who is to come, or should we expect someone else?”

You may be a very Godly and spiritually-knowledgeable person, and yet your expectations of the future may be incomplete. John the Baptist was a Godly and knowledgeable man (even of Biblical prophecy i.e. He knew the Messiah was about to arrive), and yet his view of the future was similarly flawed. He expected Christ to come in power, in the fulfillment of promise, to bless His people, and to bring awesome revelatory truth--which He did, but John didn't expect the suffering that came with it. He also did not expect that much more needed to happen before the Lord's Kingdom and rule came in its full blessing and reality (i.e. the prophecies of the sufferings Christ would have to endure), and to set all things aright. From prison, this even made John question if Jesus really was who He said He was. Jesus even had to encourage John not to become offended at him because of this incomplete view of the future:

Matthew 11-
v4 Jesus replied, “Go back and report to John what you hear and see: 5 The blind receive sight, the lame walk, those who have leprosy b are cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead are raised, and the good news is proclaimed to the poor. 6 Blessed is anyone who does not stumble on account of me.”

John had expected the GLORY and presence of Jesus, along with a mighty move of His Spirit (which, in the scripture above, Jesus told him was indeed happening), but He had not expected a STORM of suffering. A full, Biblical and Holy Spirit led view of the future is VITAL, for it is an issue which directly relates to our faith in Christ and our trust of Him. You may be expecting blessing, glory, fulfillment, promises, revival, and Christ's presence and power--but while these things are PART of the future, they are not the whole of it. These things will come in a landscape of suffering--in the landscape of the COMING STORM. The Bible says that in this world we will have tribulation, and the Holy Spirit has also been revealing the tribulation which is coming soon, and what types of tribulations we WILL and MAY (without intercession) face.

If you don't have a Biblical and HOLY SPIRIT led view of what's coming, at the very least you'll be extremely shocked and perplexed at what comes, and at the most be OFFENDED at Him. This shows us just how important it is to have a full-rounded view of the future. John, it seems, was tempted to become offended at Christ because of the suffering he hadn't expected the future to hold--and this was a faithful, fruitful, Biblically-knowledgeable, and Godly man! John had expected Christ (the SAVIOUR), a great move of the Spirit, and the fulfillment of CERTAIN blessed prophecies (i.e. the Lamb of God who would CLEANSE and FORGIVE), but he had not expected persecution and suffering, and he had not expected the fulfillment of the 'OTHER' harder prophecies (i.e. Old Testament prophecies that predicted Christ's suffering). Jesus did not rebuke John was his incomplete view (the Lord is able to make us all stand as long as we obey Him and continue to follow Him), but he did encourage and warn him to not become offended at Him because what was happening had not fit into his expected picture of the future.

If we were only expecting the future to be filled with blessings, fulfillments (the ones we want), promises, glory, revival, the presence of Christ and His great workings--think again. These things will come, and thank God they will! We should eagerly expect, rejoice in, and pray for such things! But this is not the WHOLE picture of what's coming--great trial, hardship and suffering is also on its way. If we don't have a fully rounded view of what's coming, or don't now accept what the Spirit is revealing, then we will need to make the NECESSARY adjustments in our views and thinking during a time when it won't be as easy or expedient to do so. Like John, we also may not have much time to make the adjustments (i.e. John was killed after a short time in prison)--and this could also be problematic to our faith in, relationship with, and service for the Lord.

Even without revelation, a Biblical view of the future means that we should EXPECT tribulation (John 16v33). This is what the Bible tells us. But Jesus showed us that revelation of the future is very important to our PRESENT faith, lives, and fruitfulness for His Kingdom (He Himself spoke of the future). The purpose of prophecy is not only to encourage, strengthen and comfort us, but PREPARE us. The revelations of the future are specifically designed in order to get us to, right now in this present time, intercede in prayer about those future things for ourselves, friends and family, the Church and the world (that unsaved would be saved and so also guarded by the Lord). Through this praying the Lord also prepares our spirits--our hearts and minds--for what is to come, and furnishes them with grace and power to be able to meet and endure whatever we will need to. Prophecy is also specifically designed to get us to read and learn His Word as much as we can in order to get us to mature and grow in Christ as much as possible. It is designed to encourage us to take up the full armour of God in the PRESENT time so that we'll be able to stand in the FUTURE EVIL DAY (think: part of the sword of the Spirit is REVELATION/ the shield is our FAITH):

Ephesians 6-
13Therefore take up the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you will be able to stand your ground, and having done everything, to stand.

The Bible talks about PREPARATION as being a key aspect of the Christian walk:

1 Cor 14-
8 For if the trumpet makes an uncertain sound, who will prepare for battle?

Finally, a fully-rounded view of the future is meant to direct and encourage us to make sure that our lives are right with the Lord in the present, to ensure Christ's KEEPING of us (the kind of 'keeping' He chooses for us) will be as great as both we and He wants it to be. In light of all of this, we see that prophecy is as much about the PRESENT as it is the future--it is certainly not meant to be treated as something which we can just take or leave according to our whims, or choose to pick up and make use of later if (intercessory prayer can stop events of the future if God allows) and when the events come to pass. The Spirit's voice is not to be taken lightly, for if God says something, we should realise just how important it is for us to hear and respond to. In light of what God intends to do in and through us with prophecy before such future realities come to pass, we should recognise the fact that the prophetic has as much to do with faith, fruitfulness and the life of Christ as anything else that is part of the truth or spiritual.

John was about as spiritual, knowledgeable, and Godly as any other believer in the Word, and yet a major element of the future surprised him! Because his view of the future was missing key prophetic elements, he was shocked and perplexed at the suffering and persecution that ensued. It seems that even he was tempted to become offended at Christ--the one Jesus Himself had called the Elijah who was to come! It is safe to say that many Godly, Biblical and knowledgeable people will be surprised at what is coming in the future. This may be for a variety of reasons: they may not believe in prophecy, not believe what the Lord is now revealing, believe only prophecies regarding the good things that are coming, have a narrow Biblical view of the future, trust their own convictions or not recognise the signs that even now are present in the world (or not believe they are signs at all). Whatever reactions are going on, the simple fact of the matter is that the future will prove what is or isn't true. When the Coming Storm actually comes, it will speak for itself. But that isn't what's important here. What is important is this: after hearing much of what the Spirit has revealed about the coming storm (whether you believe it now or not) don't be shocked or perplexed if, in contrary to your person opinion, you were wrong, and much trial does in fact come upon this Earth and into your lives. And certainly don't become offended at Christ or stop believing and trusting in Him. The prophecies that He's given (if they don't speak to you now, certainly will then) will testify that He is still the Christ, still good, in control, and sovereign over everything that takes place. Those prophecies will speak as loud and clearly to you as Christ's voice did to John:

Matthew 11-
6Blessed is anyone who does not stumble on account of me.”