Today is Sunday, July 26th, 2020. We are now 200 days into the grace period the Iranian supreme leader announced to the US military.
The last post discussed how the statement of Daniel 8:4, “no other beasts could stand before him nor was there anyone to rescue from his power,” might actually be fulfilled by the United States not being present at all when Iran makes its move because the US would be hobbled from troubles at home.
In addition to the time being relatively short before something deleterious might happen to the US due to things like the Fourth Turning ending in 2028, the IRGC showing many signs of being ready for the Persian ram’s charge (here, here, and here), recent dreams and visions were also presented in that post.
One of those dreams was by a Pastor Dana Coverstone of Living Word Ministries AOG in Burksville, Kentucky. He said in November he saw armed militias in the streets of America. Three months ahead of November, two opposing, armed militias showed up yesterday as part of the ongoing protests in the pastor’s state of Kentucky, in that state’s largest city, Louisville. Besides being 200 days into the grace period, we are 100 days away from the 2020 election on November 3.
The Foxnews article begins,
“Opposing militias met in downtown Louisville on Saturday, ending a tense standoff without any violence, according to authorities.”
The leftist NFAC (Google it if you are curious, but spelling it out includes profanity which I will not display here) was countered by the Three-Percenters, a patriot militia which the mainstream media have slurred as being nutjobs or opposed to the government.
Leftist thugs such as those in Antifa have usually shown up with only clubs or knives, but now they have shown up with firearms.
Pastor Coverstone’s dream showed that conflict between armed militias in the streets of America’s cities will be the order of the day come November. We just saw the first such opportunity for armed conflict here at the end of July, with three months to go, and in the pastor’s home state as if to get our attention.