I have had God bring up James Robison – Life Outreach (3) times in the last two weeks & feel it is urgent to reprint this very serious Word that God gave him back in 2006 *Something is going on concerning this word! I believed it was a true word from God the minute I read it. It is highly likely & very unfortunate but I believe we may be about to experience some of the consequences of the Warnings that were given as a result of an attitude of non-repentance & self sufficiency in America.  I am reprinting the main word here:







Let me share first my personal understanding of prophecy in light of

statements that often confuse or distort the definition of real prophecy.

I believe that true prophets sometimes predict future acts and events or

consequences. These messages can be alarming or refreshing, but they are

always intended by God to give life or improve life.

There are prophets who may, on occasion, foretell the future, but every

believer can prophesy or speak words of life. Paul said in Corinthians,

Now I wish that you all spoke in tongues, but even more that you would

prophesy.” In my opinion, this means that when we speak, we should

prayerfully seek to speak words that edify and enhance life itself.

When Paul encouraged people to prophesy, I do not believe he was

encouraging us to predict future events, but rather to strengthen the lives

of the hearers. We should pray that the heart of God will be expressed

every time we open our mouths. We should never attempt to reduce

the “end times” to a specific time frame or date. Jesus Christ will return

quickly in the sense that He will come suddenly, unexpected by far too

many. Believers are exhorted to live prepared for Christ’s return at any

moment, always redeeming the time.

All biblical predictions will come true. All prophecies will be fulfilled.

The misunderstanding of the Bible’s truth is often man’s finite attempt to

comprehend infinite wisdom. Paul said, “If you think you know, you don’t

know as you ought.”

Throughout history, from the Pharisees of Jesus’ times to the religious

zealots and intellectuals of today, people have been proven wrong.

Inappropriate predictions, unwholesome lifestyles and the course of

world events continually expose the fallacy of human wisdom. We need

prophets today — not fortune tellers and wild-eyed mystics, but exhorters

and edifiers. We need prophecy today to encourage believers and to

correct the family of God by speaking words of life.


What I share next concerns believers in the New Testament church family

and all whom God loves but have not yet received His abounding grace

and abundant, eternal life. I believe the following things will occur before

Christ returns or “the end of the world as we know it.”

All that can shake will be shaken to the foundation. Those unfruitful

things that do not pertain to true life will be revealed. The unshakable

will remain, including the true and holy remnant. No one will be excluded

from pain and suffering, apart from supernatural intervention.

I am convinced there will be a healthy church found on earth when

Christ returns — the true spotless bride, prepared, adorned in His glory,

ready for the glorious appearing of Christ the Groom. He will come for

that which is like Himself. This has nothing to do with how large or how

many but a prepared body of believers determined by God. This prepared

bride will anxiously watch for His return because of deep love, not fear

or escapism.


God knows the hour. It cannot be determined by time or space, but we

do know He will come for a people in love with Him and one another —

living in fullness, free from fear, abiding in peace amid storms and turmoil,

shining as unfading light in the darkest of hours. Their eyes will be fixed

on Jesus; their hearts will be focused on His kingdom purpose; and their

hands will be doing His work as faithful servants.

Those outside the family of faith will tragically miss all that pertains to life

and godliness. There is no reference here to religious traditions that lack

true expressions of life and love. These people, along with unbelievers, will

face separation, death and the eternal consequences of their choices in this

present lifetime.

Yet while we know this to be true, we must leave judgment, vengeance,

wrath and justice in the hands of the supreme Judge. Because of our finite

understanding, many things are unclear. But be assured that our God can

be trusted with justice, mercy and judgment.




For several years I have sensed in my spirit some awesome and alarming

things when I meditate on the Scriptures and pray. I have waited a long time,

but I believe the time has come for me to finally share these impressions.

I earnestly pray that the free world and especially America — my home

and the land of the free, where many choose to live as slaves bound by

appetites and actions, demanding their way rather than God’s way — may

somehow be spared the horrendous results such decadent practices have

produced throughout history. I don’t want us to get what we deserve. I

cry out for mercy for me, my family members, friends and everyone — even

those who chose to be our enemies. I don’t want anyone to perish but all

to repent, just as the Bible expresses. This is the very desire of God’s heart.

Please join me in focused prayer.

I am convinced that brokenness will come to the church and to America.

The choice is ours: humility or humiliation! Our population will cry out

to God on our faces, desperate beyond comprehension, in unity of spirit

and heart, longing for what really matters. The whole world will long for

peace — not just national or world peace, but peace within. It’s not peace

as the world gives, having everything our way, but rather having it His way,

having what only Jesus can give. People, not material things, will matter

most. Our focus will be on love, relationships, family, joy, compassion and

serving others.


Those who claim no faith will respectfully acknowledge the importance

of our First Amendment guarantees. They will be accorded the same

respect from the faith community. Open dialogue, debate and difference

will no longer be rooted in a desire to destroy opposition.


A change of heart and direction will take place in this nation. Brokenness

will lead to true character, determination, self-sacrifice and a sincere

desire to know and do what is right, regardless of the cost or sacrifice. The

line distinguishing good and evil will be as distinct as the difference in

light and darkness — the difference as clear to all observers as terrorists

flying airplanes into towers, killing unsuspecting people of all nations and

races, compared to those brave souls risking their own lives, giving of

themselves, seeking to rescue them. It will be as distinctly different as

suicide bombers killing innocent school children and the compassionate

doctors and relief workers who strive to ease suffering around the world.

There is the force of evil on one side and life-enriching righteousness

on the other. We cannot continue to deny that evil is a reality, while

tolerating and defending it as a mere difference of opinion.

What I share next is sobering.

I have resisted sharing what I believe I’ve seen in the Spirit, not because

I doubt the accuracy, but because I long for and pray for what I see to be

averted. I pray for a change of heart and direction, for true repentance to

occur until our nation receives the truth of God, begins to live with the

character, strength and faith that made America great in the first place,

and allows selfless love to prevail rather than selfish indulgence.

As I said, I am convinced brokenness will come. Count on it. The Bible

says God’s Word is a hammer; its power can break our stubborn will. His

Word is a fire; it can purify us. His Word is water; it can cleanse. The

choice is ours: Choose life or choose the way that seems right to men and

women — the fruit of which is death.


If the current practice of abortion on demand, destroying the most

helpless and innocent of human life, continues with bold, open approval,

we will find all innocent life vulnerable to what has become the culture of

death. How can we possibly expect our lives and our rights to be protected

when we fail to offer it to the most precious little ones? We must witness

far more than the changing of any court’s decision — we must witness

the change of heart that will no longer terminate innocent life, however

foolish some judge or legislator may be. Rest assured, our laws will reflect

the condition of our hearts.

We have made such an idol of economic gain and material possessions,

I am not certain brokenness will come apart from the collapse of our

economy and loss of treasured possessions. Selfish indulgences, revealed

through sexual excesses and perversion, are promoted and defended as

perfectly acceptable and normal. This attitude must be changed from

within, and its effect will be visibly manifested in the lives and practices

of our general population.

It’s my hope that the church family will pray, seek God, turn from any

wicked ways and see our land healed. I pray that unbelievers will respond

to God’s offer of life, forgiveness and grace, resulting in supernatural

intervention and protection. God is described in the Bible as “a mighty

fortress,” “the shields of the earth,” “our Deliverer,” and “the solid rock.”

The intentions of evildoers can be supernaturally detected and thwarted.

The enemy must be changed or defeated.


We must have God’s power and protection in order to miss our enemies’

plans for us. Without this divine miracle, unparalleled, indescribable

devastation is coming to our shores — truly “the sum of all fears.”

I’m not referring to the natural disasters we are already witnessing and the

challenges that reveal our nation’s soul and character. I’m talking about

deliberate destruction directed by the deadly actions of evil men.




Many times in prayer, I have seen agonizing pain and suffering resulting

from a direct nuclear or biological strike in major population centers in

the United States. I see masses of people crying out in fear and panic from

destruction and death beyond comprehension. There is a cry for help and

mercy, for a way of escape, for protection, for communication, for news of

loved ones. Comfort is totally disrupted. A sense of total loss jeopardizes our

way of life. Prayer is prevalent. People are desperate for help — even divine

intervention. No one asks, “Is there a God?” It seems everyone is looking

for Him, including those who once moved to keep God out of public life.

Many ask, “Why?” Others ask, “Where was God when this happened?”

But people are not questioning the faith of others. They are looking for

faith in others. There is brokenness and humility, along with humiliation,

as those who once thought they stood firm, rapidly fall. Many high towers

crumble. Households and communities tremble in the aftermath. Our way

of life pales compared to the simple desire for life itself.

The only strength and hope for the future comes from those who are

truly strong in the Lord. The most courageous prove to be the most

compassionate; they understand pure love and willingly sacrifice on

behalf of others. Their genuine strength of character is revealed, and

people wholeheartedly seek to hear truth. They want someone to provide

clear direction, inspire proper action and promise a stable, secure future.

Prosperity is suddenly defined as life itself, rather than life’s possessions.



The life of privilege and opportunity is a distant, often faint hope, but it

is actually possible for those who will endure the unparalleled hardship.

For those of us who experience this horror, things will not be the same.

Our true character will face a supreme test, and survival will depend on

whether we turn our hearts to the Supreme Power, the One who gives life,

the merciful, everlasting God and Father, the one and only blessed hope.

I have seen the pain and suffering, and I cry out to God, “Have mercy!”

Then in my heart I hear, “I am offering it even now, if only it will be

received. I will not force My way into the lives of men. They can choose

whom and what they serve. They can eat of the fruit of their ways or

receive liberating truth and life-changing love.” In prayer I ask, “Is it

too late? Lord, please help us.” I pray for repentance, brokenness and

humility, for mercy received and mercy shared. I hold on to God’s

promise, “Blessed are the merciful, for they shall receive mercy.”

I pray, “God, break our hearts by the power of Your Word and the love

revealed through the cross of Christ. Break our stubborn will. Humble us

that we may be mightily exalted as we exalt You and build our lives and

future on Your rock-solid principles.”

Only right relationships with God will produce the necessary resolve to

fight the right fight the right way. It is only through commitment to Godly

principles that we will have the character to make the sacrifices necessary

to protect and preserve the truly priceless aspects of life.

It has become increasingly difficult to hear transforming truth when much

of the mass media and the entertainment community so blatantly mock

truth, promote twisted lifestyles and assail traditional family values.

I am grateful that for the moment we have some national leaders who

acknowledge the importance of prayer and faith. It is critically important that

all believers pray for those in authority, because they must have the resolve

and wisdom from above in order to make and stand by correct decisions. As

we pray, we must remember: No political leader or party can be seen as our

hope and security apart from the guidance of Divine Providence.



The only way we will miss the agony I have seen is by supernatural

intervention — by God giving us wisdom and clear communication

between all concerned parties, enabling us to uncover sinister plots.

I believe with all my heart that we will bow before God or be broken

before God. America cannot continue to rebel and choose darkness when,

throughout our history, we have been exposed to so much light. I am not

speaking of perfection or perfect hearts. I am pleading for all to sincerely

seek to share life, to know love — God’s love — and admit the need for

personal and public change.

Real repentance will produce the necessary change in people’s hearts and

minds, which will result in a renewed national desire to protect all life,

because life is precious.


Our laws will begin to reflect transformed hearts of the voters and legislators

guided by time-tested, proven principles. The family will once again be

defined properly — husband, wife and children. Our freedom will not

only be diligently protected, but its benefits and blessings freely shared.

While enjoying the privileges true prosperity affords us, we will cherish

the responsibility and joy of sharing what we have with others. We will

not be manipulated or motivated by greed, but moved by compassion and

unselfish love.

A major part of the entertainment community will forsake the

promotion of indulgent and perverse lifestyles and seek to inspire us to

rise above our natural, depraved tendencies. Their tremendous ability

will be used to present great and admirable acts as was Steven Spielberg’s

through Schindler’s List. They will use their great talent to present people

and stories worthy of respect rather than those committed to decadence.

Let me make it clear: Caring people will no longer be merely cursing the

darkness. As surely as light dispels darkness, when the light begins to shine

freely, its effect will be visible and undeniable. History confirms the need

to defend the faith, but in this day it will be the demonstration of faith’s

transforming power that inspires repentance and change.

I invite all who bear witness of the concern I have shared to join me in

prayer, in pursuing the God of holiness and in reaching out to others to

share our blessings, whether great or small. Let’s discover that the “joy of

the Lord” is indeed our strength and hope.

Pray, fellow believers. Please pray and share this message as God leads,

while encouraging others also to join in prayer.




Reprinted & posted at The Direction & confirmation of The Holy Spirit!