Signs Of The Times

Photo of David WilkersonA Vision Of Things To Come

In 1973 God gave David Wilkerson (right) a series of visions over a period of two months in which he showed his servant things to come, which were eventually published in 1974 in a book entitled The Vision. He predicted the following:
1. Economic crash coming 
2. All will be affected 
3. Western currency in trouble
4. New world monetary system 
5. Economists confused 
6. False boom 
7. A few good years to prepare 
8. Uncontrolled credit debt  
9. Bankruptcies of major companies 10. Government panic
11. Auto industry hit hard 
12. Building industry setbacks 
13. Gold will not provide security
14. Suicide by overdose
15. Confusion for the “Positive Thinking” preachers
16. The United States to be blamed
17. Recovery from recession
18. Drastic weather changes
19. Pandemic diseases
20. Famines
21. Depletion of relief funds
22. Triple-X-rated movies on TV after midnight  
23. Sex education to get In on the act
24. A homosexual epidemic
25. A falling away of nominal Christians
26. A last-ditch effort to deceive God’s chosen 
27. An increase of false doctrines 
28. Sex drug
29. A “Spirit of Persecution” is coming upon the Church 
30. Homosexuals & lesbians welcomed by super church
31. Persecution from Hollywood 
32. Persecution through taxation of churches 
33. Satanic churches & ministers

34. Killer diseases 
35. Burning oil fields 
36. Governmental bankruptcy 
37. Rising unemployment.

Many people, including Christians, accused David Wilkerson of scaremongering. But many of the things he prophesied have already been fulfilled, proving him to be faithful in calling people to pay attention to the warning signs God was sending.

Jesus' Warnings Before His Death & Resurrection

Before his death and resurrection Jesus said:

"You know how to predict the weather....but you can't discern the signs of the times. A wicked and adulterous generation look for signs and wonders, but the only sign they will get is the sign of Jonah." (MATTHEW 16:1-4)

Jesus explained what he meant in MATTHEW 12:38-40 by saying he would be buried in the ground for three days and then rise again on the third day. If people will not believe in his death and resurrection, no amount of signs and wonders will convince them that Jesus really is the Saviour of the world.


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