Slow-Motion SBC Train Wreck: “Tornado Prophecy” Coming True

“But if any prophet presumes to speak anything in my name that I have not authorized him to speak, or speaks in the name of other gods, that prophet must die. Now if you say to yourselves, ‘How can we tell that a message is not from the Lord?’ – whenever a prophet speaks in my name and the prediction is not fulfilled, then I have not spoken it; the prophet has presumed to speak it, so you need not fear him.”

Deuteronomy 18:20-22 (NET)

If you don’t believe real prophecy happens today, you might want to rethink that position.

If you think that God is silent, that he will never do anything, keep reading. You may be surprised at what you find.

Not only is God doing something right now, but He announced it to you beforehand.

In the words of the prophet Jeremiah, placed in the mouth of a modern-day servant, God foretold His plan for the church in the 2015 prophetic message, Tornadoes Are Coming— Get To Low Ground.

For what purpose? To exalt one teacher over another? To place one flawed human servant in a position to say to all the others, “I told you so”? Or maybe to establish a modern-day prophet who can start one more modern-day following that can blossom into one more faction in the Body of Christ?

Nope. Those are all the things of men, they don’t matter at all.

Then why, you might ask? It’s simple.

So that when you see your church leaders falling like dominoes, you will know that God Himself is taking them down.

Not the devil. Not the democrats. Not the Illuminati or the liberals or the powers-that-be.

No, God Himself is judging His church— starting with its leaders.

You may be wondering, with all of the self-proclaimed prophets and “watchmen” out there right now, how are you supposed to know this message is really from God?

Because it’s coming true.

This prophecy was literally fulfilled the day after it was given, as a rash of tornadoes swept the U.S and tore churches to the ground.

It’s now coming true for church leaders in your headlines right now.

Spotlight on the largest Protestant denomination— the Southern Baptist Convention— and the soon-to-be-released Houston Chronicle report on sexual abuse by SBC leaders.


Judgement In The House

Some of the world’s largest denominations, including the Southern Baptist Convention and the Catholic church, have been under fire for decades for clergy abuse and cover-ups.

But only in the past year, in the wake of the #metoo and #churchtoo movements, have these atrocities really come home to roost for Southern Baptists.

In fact, the past year has been a veritable apocalypse of Southern Baptist leadership, acknowledged by its own figureheads as judgment from God.

Headlines give a quick snapshot of the carnage:

Several of the Southern Baptist leaders who have been accused or removed for sex abuse, misconduct, and cover-ups held key positions in the denomination.

  • Paul Pressler and Paige Patterson, both accused of impropriety, were founders of the conservative resurgence and political giants in the SBC.
  • Former SBC President Paige Patterson served as President of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary for 15 years before his dismissal.
  • Frank Page, who resigned due to a “morally inappropriate relationship,” was president and CEO of the SBC Executive Committee.

Five SBC entity head positions were vacated last year and remained unfilled for months. Four positions remain vacant to date.

Now it’s 2019, and another bombshell looms: the Houston Chronicle investigation on Southern Baptist abuse to be released this Sunday.

The report claims “a disturbing number” of Southern Baptist leaders and volunteers guilty of sexual misconduct, including “about 220 confirmed abusers and more than 700 victims.”

Tornado. Touchdown.


What Was that Prophecy Again?

As the Tornado Prophecy foretold:

“In the same way that a tornado or a bolt of lightning targets everything that is exalted, God is targeting the leadership in the church.

The only place of safety is a low position, so it’s time to humble yourselves and get to low ground.

‘A voice cries out, ‘In the wilderness clear a way for the Lord; construct in the desert a road for our God. Every valley must be elevated, and every mountain and hill leveled.

The rough terrain will become a level plain, the rugged landscape a wide valley.

The splendor of the Lord will be revealed, and all people will see it at the same time. For the Lord has decreed it.’

Isaiah 40:3-5 (NET)

If you are in an exalted position in the Church, God is going to take you down.

Your leaders may be prophesying “Peace and prosperity”, but that word is not from the Lord.

Peace and prosperity? No! A storm and a whirlwind.

‘But just watch! The wrath of the Lord will come like a storm!

Like a raging storm it will rage down on the heads of those who are wicked.’

Jeremiah 23:19 (NET)

This is what God is doing: He is leveling the mountains and the hills, putting everyone on an equal plain at the foot of His throne.


See, I Told You Beforehand…

This prophecy—as well as the one that says God will shout church leader’s secrets from the rooftops— is unfolding in other denominations as well (see here, here, here, & here.)

In short, those in high positions are being removed.

This prophecy is happening now.

As Southern Baptist blogger Dave Miller put it,

“Predicting the future is a dangerous thing…Who knew that 2018 would see the downfall of icons and heroes…the transition of entity leadership at an unprecedented pace, and the explosion of the #metoo movement? I did not foresee the major events of 2018 so I am not prepared to try to predict the major events of 2019.”

Mr. Miller may not have foreseen these events. But someone did.

Someone prophesied it.

Knowing that prophecy came true, consider this.

Maybe…just maybe…God is trying to get you to listen.

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