The Prophecy Stands

It’s time to renew the warning of my first prophetic message from ten years ago: God will not allow us to mess with Iran.

I suspect some of the noise we hear about this is just tactical propaganda. We need to see the whole context. The Whitehouse is plagued with leaks, so the apparent inconsistency arises in part from playing head-games with the sources of those leaks. The other element is a form of shock therapy that disrupts the plans of the opposition. It’s immoral, but we should at least understand how it seems entirely logical. So when it comes to the issue of US relations with Iran (or any other country, for that matter) take the noise with a grain of salt. Wait and see what actually happens.

The experience of receiving this prophetic charge is hard to describe. Part of that experience was seeing a vision during waking hours: American troops and equipment lying destroyed in a desolate place in the country of Iran. It hit me very hard with weeping at the shock of what it meant, and it took a day or so for me to feel sure I was required to share it. It was the first time the gift was stirred to life in such a dramatic shape. There had been hints previously, but it was too easy to associate them with simple knowledge of the Bible. This one stood starkly alone on no other ground than the work of the Holy Spirit.

I stand by my prophetic warning; nothing in my spirit indicates that anything has changed. Back when I first offered this warning (on a now defunct blog elsewhere), it was hard to justify against my own military and political understanding at the time. Moreover, I can think of no particular reason from Scripture as a background to explain it. Still, it was a relentless driving power in my soul that demanded I declare that warning: God will not allow the US to successfully attack Iran.

As it is now, we have seen the development of Iranian military power and the support she receives from some powerful allies. At the same time, US military power has degraded noticeably. It would take way too much time and writing to bring out all the details, and some of it is subject to debate. However, my point is that my vision of our troops and equipment lying scattered and smoking on the ground is now far more plausible in human terms than it was ten years ago.

The only particular mystical linkage is that it’s the boundary of where God will allow Israel to push us. I suspect that Israel is also forbidden to attack Iran again, but that’s not part of my vision on the matter.

Right now, I’m not in a position to get this message into the ears of the folks who will make the final decision either way. Part of the problem is credibility, of course. Can you imagine sending a letter to the Whitehouse when I reject the bulk of religious notions of just about everyone in America? I’m not fearful about it, just frustrated on the human level. Plenty of prophetic messages in the Bible were aimed at a different audience than the one named in the message itself. This is a warning to like-minded believers to prepare accordingly, if this message speaks to your heart.

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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4 Responses to The Prophecy Stands

  1. Bruce Lindahl says:

    Ed, do you put any stock in the following web site article’s thinking — while noting that many Iranians carry Jewish blood and some still practice Judaism?


  2. Ed Hurst says:

    Good question, Bruce. That answer is: No. The first paragraph is dicey, but the second told me where it was going. About half way done it was confirmed:

    So you can see, the law is clear: Anyone that blesses Israel, or in other words, is good to the Jewish people, will be blessed. Anyone that curses Israel verbally or through their actions instantly curses also himself. Anti-Semitists, anti-Zionists and all enemies of Israel, consider yourselves warned!

    I’ve written several times that Modern Israel is not biblical Israel. The Covenant is the Covenant, and Modern Israel refuses to abide by that covenant. The founders of Modern Israel flatly said that it was all about a nation with an ethnic identity and nothing more. They decided to tolerate the Orthodox Jews, but that’s just Talmudism, not Moses. The actual Covenant of Moses, as updated by Jesus, is the only way to claim the promises of Moses, and that particular promise to Abraham. So it’s not Jewish blood and it’s not Judaism; it’s Moses. Thus, Iranian Jews and Iranians with Jewish blood makes no difference.

    I still have no explanation for why God is protecting Iran from the US, but if my prophecy fails a rather literal fulfillment, I’ll just close the blog and shut up.


  3. forrealone says:

    “I’ll just close the blog and shut up”

    Uh, no, you dont. Whatever it is that you saw and know from it, could manifest itself in whatever way God chooses. That doesn’t make you wrong, it simply means God isn’t showing it to you. Though He may later if He chooses. And, that’s how I see that!

    Many prophets never saw the fruition of what they interpreted to be the meaning of their prophecy and doubted themselves because of it. It didn’t change the fact that the prophecy was correct.

    Okay, so I ramble, but I am sure you get what I just said.


  4. Ed Hurst says:

    That was hyperbole, Sister. Let’s see what happens.


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