“For many will come in My name, saying, ‘I am the Christ,’ and will mislead many. “You will be hearing of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not frightened, for those things must take place, but that is not yet the end. “For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and in various places there will be famines and earthquakes. “But all these things are merely the beginning of birth pangs.”

These are some of the words of the incredible prophesy Jesus made about the end of time just before his death. Prophesy is quite penetrating and can easily be misunderstood. No one listening to this prophetic word at the temple mount that day would think that so many years would go by before His words would be fulfilled. Recently, David Wilkerson went to be with the Lord. He had given a prophesy in his book “The Vision” in 1973. It incorporated many topics but this one takes on new meaning in light of the recent events in Japan and the prophetic climate that seems to fill the air.

“The United States is going to experience in the not-too-distant future the most tragic earthquakes in its history. One day soon this nation will be reeling under the impact of the biggest news story of modern times. It will be coverage of the biggest most disastrous earthquake in history. It will cause widespread panic and fear, Without a doubt, it will become one of the most completely reported earthquakes ever. Television networks will suspend all programming and carry all day coverage. Another earthquake,
possibly in Japan may precede the one that I see coming here. There is not the slightest doubt in my mind about this forthcoming massive earthquake in our continent.”

When we hear words like this how should we deal with them? Prophesy is given as a sign to us about the importance and nearness of the kingdom of God. If these words are true, how should they impact our lives? It should cause us to draw near to God, turn away from sin or compromise in our lives, and cause us to reach out to those in our world who are not walking with the Lord. I have never been one to be focused on prophesy or last day timelines. I do not know if Christ’s return is at hand or many years away, but in light of the changes in our world, I think it is wise to prepare ourselves to meet the Lord.


  1. we really are in a very good time to be around, it was gods will we were born in this time to be a part of his plan during this time, think about this. we are probly a very good chance of being matbe the last beleivers are very close in the history of the church, not to be taken lightly. there could be maybe a generation after us, but it sure looks close, I did a study in Nehimaaaah cant spell where the exhile jews came back and restored the temple in Jerusalm, they had to do a majore repentance many were corrupedted they repent come together in unity putting gods purpose first rebuilding the walls with a weopon in one hand or wearing them, they had many not wanting the temple built, we live in a age sorta like that many dont want the gospel in our so called sociatty sorry about my spelling its early in the morning we will see more opposition against god in these days but many also will come to know him, the lord will get what he wants in spite of evil and wicked corruped politicions and bad rulers second Timothy chapter three tells about people just loving their own selves waxing worst and going bad selfish minded people, the lord is prepareing his people right now he has been doing this pastor Frank says stay close to the Lord he is right on, where can we go but to the Lord?

  2. I see this happening myself, they just had a 3.5 magnitude in Alabama the other day, tornadoes, forest fires, floods, all these things in my mind. I look at our continent with a river separating half of the united states and then think about how high the river is, with lots more of the record breaking snow up north melting and just have weary thoughts on this at times. God is up to something lol and I’m just glad I’m on his side. Due to the dramatic events lately I ask myself when is ours coming?

  3. I like this blog, Pastor Frank. I have read David Wilkerson’s, ‘World Challenge Pulpit Series’ since the early 80’s. I will surely miss his messages.
    No one knows the end time but we can be ready if we don’t let our candle go out. Keep praying, stay focused, and listen for the Holy Spirit and wisdom will come as we follow the words of the Master. Plus peace. Thank you for sharing. God Bless you and Pastor Parris.

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