The vision given to David Wilkerson in 1973 is vividly present in 2022. It has been showing itself in our faces for a long time, and yet many could not see it. Even more astounding is that in 1973 it was a shock just to hear him say these things. Many thought these words were so far fetched, that it would never happen, at least not in their generation, and others believed that if it did happen, they would be captured away and not here to see it. It would only happen to the poor sinners left behind.
He saw the wayward direction the churches were headed, being governed more by a high-level political pressure. In his vision he foresaw the day where catholic and protestant alike in the churches would experience a spiritual awakening and come out from the congregations. They would not call themselves Lutheran, Catholic, or by any protestant denomination, but they would call themselves renewed Christians.
He spoke where Christians would be persecuted by the church. They will be accused of turning away from the traditions of the church and the worship of mother Mary and other doctrines. Many in the congregations will be filled with the Holy Spirit and leave these churches and find a new fellowship with others who are Christ centered about the Lord in their lives and his return.
The day is coming he said, that both protestants, Lutherans and Catholics, will have to come out from among them (the churches) and simply be renewed Christians. Their fellowship will not be based on the experience of speaking in tongues but will be CENTERED ON THE FATHER AND HIS SON JESUS CHRIST, THAT IS OUR FELLOWSHIP!
Please listen to this sermon and ponder the words. It is both an inspiration and a confirmation.
16For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
17For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.
Keep on pressing into the Kingdom of God. Press, Press, Press!