I was at Word Alive, a Christian conference in Wales, from the 8th to 13th April this year (2017). Whilst there, the Holy Spirit showed me a series of visions during the evening meetings, which escalated in scale and intensity. I have compiled them here in a way that I hope makes sense. I believe they are immensely important, and worth sharing with as many as possible. Brothers and sisters, they are as much for you as they are for me.
8th April – for those who have some connection with Ireland
[*N.B. Apparently, most of the prophecies of the last 10/20 years have been about an East Wind moving towards Jerusalem from China. I am now aware of them, but I know that the wind I saw was clearly coming from the West, so I would encourage you to weigh the prophecy in light of that – holding fast to what is good.]
I felt God tell me that He was surrounding me with His protection, and that I had to be ready to follow Him on the path He had prepared. He told me that revival was coming; that “I AM coming.”
I saw the cliffs of Ireland, and felt God say that His Spirit was going to rush through the land, onward to us, to the UK. This West Wind is meant to fight off all evil as it moves onwards, sweeping across the nations.
Again, He exhorted me to be ready.
“Have faith that these things will come to pass, and it will be credited to you as righteousness.” “Fix your eyes on the pioneer and perfecter of your faith.”
He showed me that Ireland would light up, place by place, person by person – that the Light of the world was coming.
[John 1:4-5 – “In him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.”]
I then heard Him say, “I AM unsealing the unsealable scroll, for I alone am worthy.”
I saw Him open the fourth seal (Rev. 6:7-8).
[“When the Lamb opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature say, “Come!” I looked, and there before me was a pale horse! Its rider was named Death, and Hades was following close behind him. They were given power over a fourth of the earth to kill by sword, famine and plague, and by the wild beasts of the earth.”]
[Rev. 4:6-7 – “in the centre around the throne were four living creatures, and they were covered with eyes, in front and in back… the fourth was like a flying eagle.”]
Once more, He said, “I am coming soon.” He is coming to bring revival and light in the midst of death and darkness. He plans to fight back the tide of death and darkness with His breath and light.
9th April – for all in the UK
We started worship and, as we did, I saw heavenly confetti everywhere: it was made up of all different colours. We praised the King of Kings and Lord of Lords.
I heard God say, “Footstool.” I also saw loads of angels with trumpets flying above us.
[Matthew 5:34-5: “… for it is God’s throne, or by the earth, for it is His footstool.”]
The Holy Spirit then pointed me towards Psalm 91:13: “You will tread on the lion and the cobra; you will trample the great lion and the serpent.” God intends to use us to trample on the great lion and the serpent – to take up the authority Christ won back for His creation at the Cross.
It seemed unrelated at the time, but I then saw Aragorn’s emblem from The Lord of the Rings:
[I am now convicted that it points towards Christ’s soon return (Revelation 22:7). I am convicted that the Father is planning a considerable move of the Holy Spirit – of revival.]
11th April – for all in the UK
During worship on the Tuesday evening, I saw the heavens open up, and a great light radiated down on us (those worshipping in the main tent). The skies rained Jesus’ purifying blood, and I knew that I was cleansed from all unrighteousness. I was filled with joy as we praised God.
In the next moment, I was in the Spirit (Revelation 4:2), and saw the Cross. I knelt before it and was overcome with awe at Jesus’ sacrifice; I was humbled. I praised Him in the weight of His glory. He was so beautiful and radiant that I was hesitant to look upon Him in full, but eventually I did. At that point, I saw the Lamb who was slain ahead of me, slightly to my right. It was unlike anything I had ever seen or experienced before; I was overcome by the Lamb’s majesty, and overwhelmed when He deigned to look at me directly.
The skies filled with angels and the heavenly host; they just kept coming, as if out of nowhere, surrounding the King – the Lamb who was slain.
He told me, again, “I am coming. I am coming SOON. Be ready.” At His words I was filled with the Holy Spirit – each syllable pierced me to the core. I could physically feel myself being refined.
For a long time after that, we all praised the Lamb and looked upon His indescribable glory. At some point, I knew in my spirit that I had to draw closer to the Lord, and so I did. Suddenly, He was there, right in front me, and ministered to me personally for some time as He commissioned me to go out and spread the news of His soon return, using the tools He had given me.
I then asked or, rather, begged, that I would always see Him – the Lamb who was slain; that I would never lose sight of His awesome glory and that I would would fix my eyes on Him, the pioneer and perfecter of my faith.
He looked into my eyes as I looked into His and gazed, transfixed, at the wonder therein. The sun and moon and stars – all of creation – was in Him, and without Him nothing was made that has been made. I don’t even know how to begin to describe it.
Sometime after that, I saw a triangular pyramid hovering in front of me; it was completely clear, like crystal (I’m fairly sure it represented the “sea of glass” in front of the throne in Revelation 4:6 and/or the “water of life… clear as crystal” in Revelation 22:1).
I wasn’t sure what God wanted me to do about it, so I asked the Lamb, who told me to take hold of it. It fit snugly in my hand. He then told me to take it and plant it in the earth; I looked around and there, before me, was a perfectly-shaped hole in the ground, so I placed it in and pushed down.
A great earthquake started, with its epicentre at the point where I had placed the crystal pyramid. The sun turned black, the moon blood red and the stars in the sky fell to earth. It was a sight to behold (Revelation 6:12-13) and yet my gaze remained fixed on the Lamb. I have never seen anything of greater beauty, and I never will – at least until I meet Him face to face.
All of a sudden, everything stopped, stock still. Nobody moved as we all (the saints and the angels) looked upon the Lamb who was slain in utter, awestruck silence.
At first, I felt a great deal of tension and anticipation, but it faded the longer I looked at Him, until I was filled with His peace. I kept my eyes on Him and rested in His presence, patient and ready to do His will. The silence lasted for half an hour.
At the end of the half hour, all of heaven and earth broke into unparalleled songs of praise: we cried, with immense fervour as we praised Him, “COME! Come quickly! Would you come? How long until you come?”
Eventually, the evening meeting ended, and I had to leave. The vision in the tent lasted the longest hour and a half I have ever lived; it felt like an age had passed. As I write, I can still see the Lamb. His radiance and glory will never fade. I was so overcome by what I had seen that I genuinely considered the idea that the Lord might come back there and then. There is none like Him, and there never will be.
Why is this important?
God’s Spirit is moving. The world is changing: it is being shaken up (Hebrews 12:26). Whatever your opinion on the events of the past year, it is plain to see that things are fairly chaotic, and not just in the West. I need not address them individually here. Needless to say, His will is always to bring order out of chaos, peace out of violence and love out of hatred. The events we have been witnessing present the Church (in all of its iterations) with an opportune moment to love as Christ loved us, and give our all to see His Kingdom come. In order for this to happen, it is imperative that we partner with God: this involves us seeing what He is doing, praying into and longing for His plans to come to fruition, and being ready to do, speak and love when God calls us to.
I am convicted that the visions God showed me illuminate what He is doing, and what His plans are for our generation. I do not think it insignificant that everything He showed me can be found in the book of Revelation (especially in Chapters four to eight). Our God plans on an immense scale: He wants to bless the whole world through His Church – “For God so loved the world that He gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him will not perish, but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him.” He wants to save the world, and has died on a Cross to attest to that fact – to His love.
As the Lamb ministered to me, he gave me a personal mission, part of which is to share what I have seen with as many as will listen and read. Our Father in heaven, through His Son, Jesus Christ, has a question for you: “What is your mission? How will you partner with me to see my Kingdom come and my will done? I am coming soon.” I would not take His words lightly.
[N.B. 1 Thessalonians 5:19-22 – “Do not quench the spirit. Do not treat prophecies with contempt but test them all; hold on to what is good, reject every kind of evil.”]
[ALSO (after talking with some good friends who have read through this): I am not specifically predicting the Second Coming of Christ. That would be madness (Matthew 24:36). If this is what you took in as you read this, please re-read the post.]
[Feel free to share this if the Holy Spirit convicts you so.]
 Possibly the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare, though I’m not sure that detail is important.
 With the words from Revelation 4 & 5: “Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty, who was, and is, and is to come”; “You are worthy, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honour and power, for you created all things, and by your will they were created and have their being.”; “Worthy is the Lamb, who was slain, to receive power and wealth and wisdom and strength and honour and glory and praise!”; and “To him who sits on the throne and to the Lamb be praise and honour and glory and power, for ever and ever!”