David Wilkerson: AN URGENT MESSAGE

Saturday, March 7, 2009 – AN URGENT MESSAGE

I am compelled by the Holy Spirit to send out an urgent message to all on our mailing list, and to friends and to bishops we have met all over the world.


For ten years I have been warning about a thousand fires coming to New York City. It will engulf the whole megaplex, including areas of New Jersey and Connecticut. Major cities all across America will experience riots and blazing fires—such as we saw in Watts, Los Angeles, years ago.

There will be riots and fires in cities worldwide. There will be looting—including Times Square, New York City. What we are experiencing now is not a recession, not even a depression. We are under God’s wrath. In Psalm 11 it is written,

“If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do?” (v. 3).

God is judging the raging sins of America and the nations. He is destroying the secular foundations.

The prophet Jeremiah pleaded with wicked Israel, “God is fashioning a calamity against you and devising a plan against you. Oh, turn back each of you from your evil way, and reform your ways and deeds. But they will say, It’s hopeless! For we are going to follow our own plans, and each of us will act according to the stubbornness of his evil heart” (Jeremiah 18:11-12).

In Psalm 11:6, David warns, “Upon the wicked he will rain snares (coals of fire)…fire…burning wind…will be the portion of their cup.” Why? David answered, “Because the Lord is righteous” (v. 7).

This is a righteous judgment—just as in the judgments of Sodom and in Noah’s generation.


First, I give you a practical word I received for my own direction. If possible lay in store a thirty-day supply of non-perishable food, toiletries and other essentials. In major cities, grocery stores are emptied in an hour at the sign of an impending disaster.

As for our spiritual reaction, we have but two options. This is outlined in Psalm 11. We “flee like a bird to a mountain.” Or, as David says, “He fixed his eyes on the Lord on his throne in heaven—his eyes beholding, his eyelids testing the sons of men” (v. 4). “In the Lord I take refuge” (v. 1).

I will say to my soul: No need to run…no need to hide. This is God’s righteous work. I will behold our Lord on his throne, with his eye of tender, loving kindness watching over every step I take—trusting that he will deliver his people even through floods, fires, calamities, tests, trials of all kinds.

Note: I do not know when these things will come to pass, but I know it is not far off. I have unburdened my soul to you. Do with the message as you choose.

God bless and keep you,

In Christ,



Below, is a re-post of a warning from David which I posted in early December. I felt to include it in this latest message above, sent out tonight:

59 comments on “David Wilkerson: AN URGENT MESSAGE

  1. Speaking of which, I just read an article about 3 pastors allegedly having a vision (seperately) about a chemical attack by some terrorists happenin very soon. Maybe even today, actually. Maybe David is reading their stuff and is a liar. Or maybe it is confirmation. I haven’t gotten a chance to actually read about these 3 pastors, just read summaries of what they had to say. Since I’ve been reading the news and blog websites since I was about 14 years old, I’ve heard about many prophecies and terror events that have never come to pass. On more than one occasion I got up to check the news to see if the Nuke attack came to pass or not. It gets kind of old after awhile, but sooner or later one of these people will be correct just by accident. If you prophecy the end enough, eventually it’s going to happen you know.

    Good thing I live in Texas. Nobody messes with Texas you know, not since Chuck Norris starred in Walker: Texas Ranger.

  2. By the way, our world is alot more complicated than what it appears to be on the surface. Terrorism is just a surface level thing. We assume the Islamists are our only enemy. And, you know, that’s how all the world leaders will see it. They don’t realize that terrorism was invented in the dark halls of the Kremlin. If we go down, who benefits the most? The wandering Islamists of varius Stan-countries? Or resurgent Russia led by “former” KGB, or China led by thug communists who routinely murder their people? Of course, our current leadership is even more short sighted than the last.

    The scripture teaches that God himself appoints leaders or casts them aside. From my readings, it seems to me that God has handed us over to a generation of idiots for our own judgment. I’m not the type of person who sits here thinking God is going to kill us all because of abortion. However, I can’t help but to think that we’re being set up to fall real hard. A fat giant, being fed cakes, has a heart attack and dies. Speacking of which, I better go eat some cake my mother made before the Spetnaz– err, I mean the Terrorists – blow us up.

  3. I don’t really know David. But he seems so sincere in his video. He doesn’t seem like a bad person.

  4. David Wilkerson is one voice i do take heed to. When he say’s he has heard from God or been shown something my spirit comes to attention!

    Its his life Ricardo– He has walked closely with Jesus for many many years [he’s in his 70’s now] and the good fruit of that humble walk, has always been evident.

    He has never alluded to being a prophet, but i do believe he is a true prophetic voice today. As i told you last year, most true prophets do not wear the ‘title’…they just obey the Lord.

    I added the video clip from last December… watch it also if u get a chance.

    We are in a season of God’s suddenly’s… i really believe that. We need to be prepared. And when they come upon us, like the financial collapse did suddenly, over night, we cannot say what happens is of the enemy.

    The scripture teaches that God himself appoints leaders or casts them aside. From my readings, it seems to me that God has handed us over to a generation of idiots for our own judgment. I’m not the type of person who sits here thinking God is going to kill us all because of abortion. However, I can’t help but to think that we’re being set up to fall real hard.

    This is why i never agreed with those who claim that God did not place our current president in office. God’s will was done…

    When further judgment continues to be meted out, its not going to be just in America. Just like the financial situation, its going to effect the whole world. When, i don’t know.

  5. Sorry for spamming your board here PJ, I comment as I read, and I don’t read the whole thing all the time LOL. Here is the link to the audio I mentioned before. You can delete that past post of mine, as it was directed to you alone anyway.


    It will be the Feb 23rd show, the nitty gritty starting around the 16:45 mark I think. Or so says another poster from a different forum. I haven’t listened yet. Jamming out to Nine Inch Nails music.

    • I’m listening to the program now…i’ll let you know what i think afterward.

      Nathan Leal has visited the blog here before. I’ve posted some of his words…

      His website and board are here: http://www.watchmanscry.com/

      (ok, about the personal post…removed it)

  6. Ricardo, i haven’t heard anything, and i’ve been listening for about 30 minutes, except stuff about Christians not celebrating Easter or Christmas. (by the way, i celebrate Christ on both days)

  7. I was just saying to my wife yesterday,” We’re out of canned deviled ham.” I better head to BJ”s and load up.

    I live in the hills of northern New York. Plenty of deer,squirrels, rabbits and if things get real crazy, a have a farm just down the raod with lots of cows.

    I guess I will finally have to buy some cheap shotgun shells.

    Happy hunting, everyone.

  8. I have always liked David Wilkerson too. However, if the things I have read are correct, he has not always been right in the things he has prophesied. I wouldn’t doubt at all that this could be right on the money, however, only time will tell. If he has been wrong before, he may be again I would think.

  9. pjmiller:

    There are a few things that I have never understood about people like this. Why, of all the nations of the world at present, should God judge America right now? Are we the least Godly nation? Of course not. Were we a Godly nation at one time that has turned its back on God? Any American history course (provided, of course, that it isn’t taught by a neoconservative) would say no. And while this economic downturn is bad, is it as bad as what was going on in the 1970s, let alone the 1920s? So, was God judging America in the 1970s? The 1920s? If so, for what? Even this recession is truthfully relative. People do not seem to realize that during the time of economic prosperity, even economic booms like just before the Depression and also during the 1950s, the poverty rate was FAR HIGHER than it is now. During the happy happy joy joy 1950s that everyone remembers from the depictions of single family home with backyard and white picket fence suburbia from the movies and TV sitcoms, a huge percentage of the rural population of this country didn’t even have electricity, telephone service, and in some cases didn’t even have running water. (And by the way, if it weren’t for “liberal big government programs” like the Tennessee Valley Authority and the Rural Electrification Administration, those folks STILL wouldn’t have electricity and phone service to this day. In a lot of these areas, the REA, or at least former REA agencies that were privatized and sold off to companies and investors that didn’t pay a dime to install and service the power and phone lines, you know, the former Electric Membership Companies, are still the primary and in some cases the only power companies there are.) The unemployment rate would have to hit something like 20% and stay there for 2-3 years before the number of Americans below the poverty line approaches what it was 30 years ago.

    I am sorry, but this just strikes me as dominion theology, official theology, etc. again. It is based on the idea that America is New Israel, New Jerusalem, God’s unique nation called out from among the nations with which He has a special covenant. And being that nation, we are governed by a covenant document like Deuteronomy for Israel which means that by breaking the covenant God will judge or punish us.

    Things like this completely ignore the work of Jesus Christ. Because of the work of Jesus Christ, God is no longer warring against nations, but is waiting for the fulfillment of the great commission, until the fulness of the Gentiles come in. After the great commission is fulfilled, then the day of the Lord will come, and all nations of the earth will be judged TOGETHER, with God having no respect for any nation, and no nation having any special status before God except Israel.

    This is why there were all these efforts to discredit Revelation, to leave it out of the canon on the basis that it was allegedly written by some bishop named John instead of the apostle John, and once it was impossible to leave it out of the canon, it was allegorically interpreted. Revelation boldly proclaims that all of the nations of the earth are wicked and will be judged. The dominionists claim that the “Christian nations” are under God’s covenant, or some sort of special status or protection, and will be spared the worst judgment. That idea is common among practically all of the endtimes “left behind” type books and movies. They all show America as one of the last nations standing, still fighting for good, and the leader of the “left behind church.” Those TBN “Omega Code” movies actually depicted the American president as the anti – Christ’s primary foe, the the “Left Behind” movies depict America as the leader of the worldwide resistance movement against the anti – Christ, and also show the president martyring himself to oppose him.

    Really, just about the only exception was the Millennium series of books by Paul Meier, who depicts the anti – Christ as an American president.

    That’s really why I do not understand why God’s wrath should be poured out against this nation NOW as opposed to the 1830s when we were committing genocide against Native Americans and holding blacks as slaves. Or why God’s wrath should only be poured out against America and not the good folks of Uruguay or Hungary. Seriously, do these people believe in a literal, imminent return of Jesus Christ and a literal, imminent day of the Lord? If so, why are these people applying the Deuteronomy curses that pertained to Israel before Jesus Christ even came the first time to a nation that didn’t even exist until over 1700 years after Jesus Christ ascended to heaven? Doing that pretends that Jesus Christ never came at all!

    Or even worse … it pretends that Jesus Christ’s coming ACTUALLY MADE THINGS WORSE. Why? Because before Jesus Christ came, only Israel was under the curse of the law and could be punished with death for not living up to it. So according to this doctrine, the effect of Jesus Christ’s coming was not to liberate us from the law and those Deuteronomy curses (of course, please ignore Romans, Galatians, and Hebrews) but to place Christians under the curse of the law as well as Jews, and make the whole world subject to those Deuteronomy curses instead of just Israel!

    So what is David Wilkerson and people like this saying? That we need a second redeemer to save us from the work and ministry of the first one? That we need a better Messiah to die on a better cross and be resurrected from the dead in a better fashion? God forbid!

    Now I admit, I was a dominionist when I first started my website. That is why it was called “Heal The Land With Spiritual Warfare” with 2 Chronicles 7:14 as my Bible verse. My whole thing was promoting spiritual warfare and signs and wonders “to renew America” … to get evangelicals to quit trying to transform America through the Republican Party and start doing it through speaking in tongues and casting out devils. But hey, then I read “The Visitation” by Frank Peretti (ironically, as charismatic as they come!) and understood what the Gospel of John, the book of James, etc. had been saying all along … that Jesus Christ did not come to transform the world, but to call the church out of it and to save it. THE CHURCH is going to be transformed into the image of Christ, not any nation. THE CHURCH is going to be healed, not any nation. That’s why the name changed to “Jesus Christology” and the verse changed to Jude 1:3. But so many people have cast off what the New Testament says about THE CHURCH and are applying it to countries, especially America. I would say “that’s what amillennialism does for you” but the truth is that American evangelicalism has long turned away from amillennialism and to premillennial dispensationalism. But it looks like those two doctrines have reached the same conclusion: that God is steal dealing with the nations of the world as He was before Jesus Christ came; that we are still dealing with God and being governed by an Old Testament paradigm, as if the veil of the temple had never been torn, and that it is possible to “found a nation on Christianity” that will have a special covenant place before God that will result in its being punished if it breaks the covenant.

    The truth is that America is but one of MANY nations where abortion is legal. It is one of MANY nations where homosexuality is tolerated. It is one of MANY nations where false religions are commonly practiced. So why should God judge America? Go read some international news on the Internet, or better yet take a world cultures or comparative cultures course at a local college. You will see that America is one of the LEAST WICKED nations on the planet.

    Now our wickedness is the most influential, primarily because we export blasphemous pornographic filth in the form of movies, music, magazines etc. to the rest of the world, and quite frankly have been for going on 50 years. But lots of other countries are very capable of being bad all by themselves, and so there is not a scripture you can point to as to why America, which for all its flaws is still basically law abiding civilized country with one of the largest Christian populations of the world, should have fire and brimstone rained on it while so many nations totally enslaved by dark, wicked practices get a pass. If that isn’t “cultural relativism” of the sort practiced by the multiculturalists, then what is?

    Now are there hard times coming, including violence and unrest? Of course. Jesus Christ said that there would be. But He also said not to worry, these things must happen, but the end is not yet to come! Matthew 24! So if a great fire breaks out in New York/New Jersey … what about the Chicago fire of 1871? We’ve had fires before. We’ve had earthquakes and hurricanes before. And other nations have had even worse fires and earthquakes. All it means is what Matthew 24, Revelation, and the rest of the Bible says … that this world is in the grips of original sin because of the fall, is being ruled by Satan and death, and that Jesus Christ is coming to set things right. “IT IS GOING TO BE SO FRIGHTENING, WE ARE ALL GOING TO TREMBLE – EVEN THE GODLIEST AMONG US.” Pardon me, but this guy is speaking for Himself. I believe in Jesus Christ and am obedient to scripture, so the direct explicit command of Jesus Christ in Matthew 24:6 not to worry about these things is binding to me. This guy actually reminds me of Joe Farah of World Net Daily who tells Christians that Romans 13 doesn’t apply to them while Obama is in office. We really do have to make sure that these people do not influence us to disobey scripture.

    “First, I give you a practical word I received for my own direction. If possible lay in store a thirty-day supply of non-perishable food, toiletries and other essentials. In major cities, grocery stores are emptied in an hour at the sign of an impending disaster.”

    My goodness, this reminds me of the Bush administration telling people to go out and buy cellophane and masking tape to protect their homes from radiation fallout in case of a “dirty bomb” terrorist attack. Amazing how so many people fell for that, and how so many of these people continued to believe and follow Bush afterwards. Those folks – as well as the owners of Home Depot and Lowes – were probably slapping their knees laughing at us the whole time. And this was only a couple of years after the Y2K panic.

    And this “practical word” that he received … wow, that contradicts what the Bible tells us in the sermon on the mount that we should trust God for our daily bread and not to worry about these things … we are worth more than many sparrows who never hoard that God takes care of. And as for staying holed up in our homes with our 30 days of provisions (why 30, and not 45, 60, or 15?) … the Olivet discourse says to head for the hills, and not to even take so much as a scrap of clothing or a packed lunch with us, not only because we won’t have time to prepare, but because God will be the one taking care of us in that awful time. It does not say to be holed up hoarding in our houses trying to ride it out. If Christians keep following advice like this, when the anti-Christ does come, instead of running to the place of refuge we are going to go stock up on sardines and beans and be sitting right at home eating them when the anti – Christ’s soldiers come and chop off the head of every man, woman, and child, and everyone of a responsible fashion that perishes in this manner will die in a state of disobedience to scripture. (Fortunately, salvation is not by works and therefore cannot be lost, but still, what Christian wants to die in disobedience?)

    This guy may have been prophesying that New Y0rk is going to burn for 10 years, but Christians have been prophesying that Jesus Christ is going to come back and that the church should make itself ready and furthermore add to our numbers as many as should be saved with evangelism for going on 2000 years. As for me, I think that I am going to stick with the older prophesy.

    • Hi Job…

      Why, of all the nations of the world at present, should God judge America right now? Are we the least Godly nation? Of course not.

      I really don’t know why God would judge one nation first Job… but i think it could have something to do with:

      “For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required..” Luke 12

      If we apply that to nations then we can say America has been given much: the freedom to preach and hear the gospel, to worship God in peace, plus we as a nation have been blessed. At one time we were the ‘hub’ from which over 90% of all missionaries were sent out from. Now other nations are sending missionaries here.

      I think the question is what did we do with all the freedoms we have enjoyed…did we use those freedoms to further the gospel or did we use them to grow prosperous, ‘fat’ and lazy?

      From reading David’s word though, it appears to me he is warning of not just coming judgment here, but through out the world:

      There will be riots and fires in cities worldwide. God is judging the raging sins of America and the nations. He is destroying the secular foundations.

      IF God did show David Wilkerson these things, it may be logical that he was shown more of what was to occur here…in the nation he lives in.

      That’s really why I do not understand why God’s wrath should be poured out against this nation NOW as opposed to the 1830s when we were committing genocide against Native Americans and holding blacks as slaves.

      That’s a good question. The only answer i can see is that we cannot know when the cup of iniquity is full for any nation or for the world. Only God will know. We do know there will come a day and hour when it will be filled to overflowing.

    • This video may bring some reasons to mind as to “why now” !

      **WARNING: graphic anti-genocide (Holocaust)& anti-abortion video.

      Satan’s Helpers:

      Was the 1830’s, or any other time in this nations history (USA),
      any more deserving or any more exhausting to the long suffering
      mercy of The Lord?

    • Wow. That was such an AWESOME post. You hit it on the head, precisely my unsettled feelings about David Wilkerson. I think he is a dilligent, honorable man who seeks God, but I’ve listened to his sermons, attended his church, read his books and in although he has great messages,…I felt a little afraid / disheartened after his sermons. Yes we should be aware of the harsh reality of the current state of affairs, but I feel that D.W’s sermons sometimes impart a spirit of fear! I thought I was supposed to feel edified, encouraged to seek after God. Any edification is drowned out in his pervasive lamenting and bemoaning of the hard ways of the christian walk. I thought we were supposed to have hope & faith in Jesus Christ…

    • Hi Eunice..

      I’ve been listening to David Wilkerson’s sermons (and receiving his pulpit series) for over 25 years, and can say in all truthfulness, before God, i have been both convicted and encouraged/edified by all of his messages. Some hit me where it hurt…some lifted and encouraged,…but they never left me disheartened or in fear.

      Not all true messages from God are going to make us feel good–and i don’t say that because i am placing a stamp of ‘true prophecy’ on this recent word/warning above from David Wilkerson, no, its because its the truth.

      If the prophets in the old testament had done nothing more then speak their own words of ‘peace, safety, blessing, etc’, which is what the people wanted to hear, rather then obeying the Lord and speaking of forth coming judgment—some for as long as 40 years, they would not have been scorned, mocked and despised by the people: or thrown in prison or killed [Isaiah, it is said was sawn in half]

      Was not John the Baptist the greatest prophet who ever lived? According to Jesus he was:

      “For I say unto you, Among those that are born of women there is not a greater prophet than John the Baptist….” luke 7

      His message was to repent! And by the religious of that day, his message was not always taken very well:

      But when he saw many of the Pharisees and Sadducees come to his baptism, he said unto them, O generation of vipers, who hath warned you to flee from the wrath to come? Bring forth therefore fruits meet for repentance: And think not to say within yourselves, We have Abraham to our father: for I say unto you, that God is able of these stones to raise up children unto Abraham. And now also the axe is laid unto the root of the trees: therefore every tree which bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire.

      He did not shy away from pointing out sin, or from obeying God, and it cost him his life…

      My point is we cannot base our judgment on whether a word [by preaching or prophesying] is false by how it makes us ‘feel’–desiring only to believe it being true because it leaves us feeling good, or justified, etc. We have enough false prophets which only do that today.

      In fact Paul warns of this desire in the last days:

      I charge thee therefore before God, and the Lord Jesus Christ, who shall judge the quick and the dead at his appearing and his kingdom; Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long suffering and doctrine. For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; 2Tim. 4

  10. It seems what Pastor Wilkinson is talking about is the reaction people will have when they do not have services, money, food, etc..Katrina was a preview of how people act and react when we go without the things to which we have become accustomed but without being grateful to the One from whom all good things come.

    Question: Do you thank G-d for a bed, a warm bath and clean water or do you believe these things are owed you?
    How this question is answered will determine how you will fare in the coming days.

    • Most excellent question! Years ago, a choir of men sang a song which contained the line, “Thank you Lord for the air we breath – and that’s a real good thing.” I oft am reminded to thank my Father for the bed, home, hot water, my lovely wife, godly grown children, and the job that I don’t particularly like.

      A former pastor of mine told us that grace is everything this side of hell – because that’s the one thing we all deserve.

  11. Ricardo – it is a paradox that those who acknowledge they lack humility are the very people who are on the road to it – if you see what I mean. As for hearing from God well even He might strain to be heard above nine inch nails – lol — glad you have a mum that makes you cakes – my mum used to make lovely cakes til she got old and the recipes went haywire – she could build a house with the cakes she makes now – we still tell her they are ok though.

  12. I read a comment which included a list of scriptures someone posted at sermonidex today after reading David Wilkerson’s message, and wanted to pass them on:

    Firstly, thank you Greg for sending forth this message to all in the mailing list.

    The immediate thought that came to my mind was the passover and much later like in Noah warning about the flood.

    Dan 11:33 And those who understand among the people shall teach many; yet they shall fall by the sword, and by flame, by exile, and spoil, for days.

    Eze 3:18 When I say to the wicked, You shall surely die; and you do not give him warning, nor speak to warn the wicked from his wicked way, to save his life; the same wicked one shall die in his iniquity; but I will require his blood at your hand.
    Eze 3:19 Yet if you warn the wicked, and he does not turn from his wickedness nor from his wicked way, he shall die in his iniquity; but you have delivered your soul.
    Eze 3:20 And when the righteous turns from his righteousness and commits iniquity, and when I lay a stumbling block before him, he shall die. Because you have not given him warning, he shall die in his sin, and his righteousness which he has done shall not be remembered; but his blood I will require at your hand.
    Eze 3:21 But if you warn the righteous so that the righteous does not sin, and if he does not sin, he shall surely live because he is warned; also you have delivered your soul.

    Eze 33:7 And you, son of man, I have set you a watchman to the house of Israel. Therefore you shall hear the Word from My mouth, and warn them from Me.
    Eze 33:8 When I say to the wicked, O wicked one, you shall surely die; if you do not speak to warn the wicked from his way, that wicked one shall die in his iniquity; but I will require his blood at your hand.
    Eze 33:9 But, if you warn the wicked of his way, to turn from it; if he does not turn from his way, he shall die in his iniquity, but you have delivered your soul.


    Luk 12:5 But I will warn you of whom you shall fear: Fear Him who, after He has killed, has authority to cast into hell. Yea, I say to you, fear Him.



    2Ti 1:12 For this cause I also suffer these things; but I am not ashamed, for I know whom I have believed, and I am persuaded that He is able to guard My deposit unto that Day.

  13. Amen brother. Thank you for posting this! I have that economic video up here also: http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/myvideo/photo.php?lid=29

    Oh that we would see the times we are in!

  14. It strikes me that Charles Dicken’s line from one of his books is appropriate here: ‘It was the best of times and worst of times’…

    It is the best of times for reaching folks who have heretofore depended upon their money and jobs to see them through, and now are finding out how elusive a life based upon acquiring things is because they can be lost in the blink of an eye. So we Christians, instead of complaining about our own economic lot, need to take advantage of these times and offer folks something more lasting in Jesus Christ.

    We’ll probably never have a more golden opportunity.

  15. Hmm, I suppose ignore that audio I was talking about. They were sitting there saying that it might happen on the 7th of March. Obviously, however, we are all still alive. Therefore, they can’t be that prophetic if they didn’t have a problem quoting March 7th. Did you ever listen to the correct video PJ?

    • I think i did Ricardo, LOL…

      Sometimes im trying to listen in one window while working in another, so i may have missed the part about March 7th, but glad you caught it.

      This is why i abhor date setting of any kind when it comes to prophecy. I believe its wrong and causes a lot of confusion in the body of Christ. Another harm it causes is all these date setters [of the rapture, the coming of the Lord, or judgments etc.] turn Christians off from listening to ‘any’ prophetic word.

      its bad bad bad…that’s all i can say.

  16. Jerry Golden, from Jerusalem, posted this Friday:

    I feel a strong leading of the Ruach Ha Koddesh (Holy Spirit) to write the following.

    After going to bed this evening I was compelled to get up and write the following, it’s for you to judge and to decide if it is from the Holy Spirit or not.

    America, Europe and much of the world have had their wilderness experience and they have been tested three ways, the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eye, and the pride of life. Unlike that of the blessed Messiah they have miserably failed all three tests and now is the time for repentance and there seems to be none coming forth therefore judgment is on the way.

    It will be harsh and without mercy.

    For those who have known prosperity and easy living but still complained that they wanted more while the majority suffered hunger and disease will now suffer hunger, fear and deep despair. For those who satisfied their flesh, greed and pride with gluttony and sexual exploits will find no peace in the misery that lies ahead. God has given many over to a reprobate mind and their suffering will be long and terrible. For those who God has given mercy they will have but a short time to accept that mercy and the Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) is the only way out for them. They will not find in Him an end to their search to satisfy their hunger but an inward joy knowing that eternity and favor with God through the Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) awaits them.

    For those who have been mislead by evil Pastors and Spiritual Leaders have but a very short time to search the Word of God themselves and know that their salvation is not in their denominations but in a personal relationship and the full knowledge of God’s Word. There will be many false Prophets to lead them even further astray from God’s truth while looking for the easy road but will only find more and deeper agony in their souls.

    The final destruction in all that they thought was security will fade before their very eyes and despair and mental anguish will cause many to die of heart failure and many more will wish themselves dead but will find no escape for their sins have found them out. God is given some the opportunity to give their all to Him and put their hands to the plow and not look back, knowing that eternity with God awaits them, even they must make a choice who they worship and serve for the only peace to be found will be in the Prince of Peace and for those who love Him above all else will provoke others to find Him as Messiah.

    This is a hard Gospel and one that most will reject, but the road that leads to heaven isn’t easy but filled with decisions and those decisions must be made by man not by God for He is looking for sons and daughters who love Him above all else.

    Matt. 22:14 For many are called, but few are chosen.

    It’s been a while since I’ve written a report that I felt was totally from God, in obedience I offer this to you to consider for much lays in the balance of your decision.

  17. Thanks for posting the second warning from Jerry Golden, Sis.

    Even without Jerry’s confirming word, I place a lot of stock in David Wilkerson. He’s a true man of God who hasn’t sold out for mammon.

    Over the past few months The Lord’s been prompting me to keep re-assuring my small flock that He loves them, will ALWAYS provide for them, and that they should NOT fear regardless of the fearful times they see all around them.

    As Christians, we should always place our confidence in THE LORD. He promised that He will always meet our needs, that He won’t leave us orphans, but will never leave us nor forsake us.

    Psalm 46 has some very comforting words about this, as does psalm 91.


  18. Matt Drudge is now featuring the message on his website. http://www.drudgereport.com , via worldnetdaily which also posted the story http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=91097. Drudgereport is one of the most watched news websites on the internet, and alot of what appears on drudge comes out on the MSM the next day. It gets millions of hits a day.

  19. I was wondering if anyone besides myself and my wife feel a tension rising in oneself?

    I am not talking about fear, just a general unease.

  20. I have been encouraged by the following proverb concerning Pastor David’s URGENT MESSAGE post, “A prudent man foresees evil and hides himself, but the simple pass on and are punished.” Proverbs 22:3.

    I believe Pastor David neither seeks to instill fear in anyone, nor proclaim a dominionist theology, except that people have a greater fear of the LORD in their lives especially in these difficult days of our economy and I also believe that, like the prophets, he has been obedient to speak what God has given him to say. As he said, it is up to us to do with it what we choose.

  21. Don’t know if any of you have read David’s book, The Vision. It was written back in 1973. I’ve had a copy for over 25 years–its old and beat up now [a paper back] because its been passed around so many times to friends and family over the years [in fact one of my son’s has my copy now]

    I bring it up because of the many things in this 36 year old book, he said God showed him was coming. And i’ll tell you folks, many MANY of these things have already come to pass.

    I remember reading it for the first time, 25 yrs ago, and some of the things he said were hard for me to fathom. But i have lived long enough to see them come to be.

    You that have become Christians in more recent years cannot truly understand the seeming impossibility that we, all those years ago, felt at hearing a man of God say (one known and respected even then) that God showed him that the day was coming when homosexuals would hold parades in New York city (there had never been such a thing at the time) and that there was a satanic move coming in which practicing Homosexuals and Lesbians would be ordained as pastors and preachers in God’s Church…back then it was unthinkable!

    Wilkerson was ridiculed by many many people, and that includes Christians, for the things he said God showed him, and he included in this book. But the truth is, many of these things have happened already. And who’s to say the rest of them, including the above warning, will not also occur? As i pointed out to Eunice, we read that many of the OT prophets prophesied warnings of coming judgment for many years [if they weren’t killed] before God’s judgment fell..(heck, Noah preached the same warning for 120 years!)

    This was God’s mercy folks. Giving people time to repent, to prepare themselves.

    If interested in hearing some of the other things David spoke about in the book The Vision, you can hear them on a series of clips at youtube.

    First one is HERE.

    Again, im not saying to you you MUST or should take this warning above as being true–from God. I’m only saying don’t just discount it without praying about it first. And remember there are no dates mentioned in it. If we’re reading our bibles we don’t [or shouldn’t ] need a warning anyway–the bible is pretty clear about times of worldwide tribulation and/or judgment, in the day preceding the return of Jesus.

    Many believers like myself, could not prepare ‘naturally’ for anything past today–even if we knew for 100% fact it was a warning from God. LOL

    It doesn’t matter though….God knows we depend totally upon Him.

    But we can prepare ourselves spiritually by making sure we are prayed up, examining our own faith, and daily placing everything under the blood. And continuing in the peace of God by walking close to Jesus. We should be doing that daily anyway–not waiting until God sends warnings.


  22. Speaking of great calamities, there may be a war very soon between Iran and Israel. Iran, according to Israeli intelligence, has already reached the “Nuclear Threshold” and may be able to produce nuclear weapons by this year. I seem to think they might already have one. The trigger may be pulled at that moment before Iran gains the ability to withstand a Israeli or U.S strike. I think the Russians are actually planning on selling the Iranians certain high tech state of the art anti-Air missiles, which we have been opposing. The attack would probably come right before the deliveries are made.

    If such an attack occurs, most likely we will find ourselves in the middle of an oil shortage. Also, allegedly, Iranian terrorist elements within the United States would likely activate. Russia also might cut their supply of oil and credit to the West in response to the conflict. They will paint us as the ‘aggressors’ in the battle and thus justify economic warfare against the west in general. With the economy already bad as it is, these things may cause even greater destabilization in the market. I am not an economist though, so I don’t know how bad things could get.

  23. Oh, and Netanyahu seems about as Right Wing as I am, which means he has the perfect type of personality that wouldn’t wait too long to launch an assault. That’s another thing I found interesting.

    In the U.S we elected the “perfect” leader to lead us further into an economic depression. The trillions in spending will only drive the country further into debt. It will not solve any of the problems it claims to resolve, it will only throw money at the problem until the problem grows big and fat and dies of a heart attack. Imagine if something pushes us over the edge! What will save us then? And will Obama respond to the aggression from the ‘former’ Soviet Union and the Chicoms? I seriously doubt it. He will appease them. He does not view them as threats. He doesn’t know anything about Russian/Chinese long term strategy and cannot counter their moves that further these goals. He does not understand a lie when he is told it and will fall for Russian/Chinese deception.

    On the other hand, Israel has fallen into the hands of Benjamin Netenyahu who may be as Right Wing as I am! Israel almost elected a person who would have been just like Obama; However, somehow, Netenyahu still came to victory. Do you see a pattern here? It seems as if the world is being set up according to someone’s plan!

    Revelation 6
    12And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood; 13And the stars of heaven fell unto the earth, even as a fig tree casteth her untimely figs, when she is shaken of a mighty wind.
    14And the heaven departed as a scroll when it is rolled together; and every mountain and island were moved out of their places.
    15And the kings of the earth, and the great men, and the rich men, and the chief captains, and the mighty men, and every bondman, and every free man, hid themselves in the dens and in the rocks of the mountains; 16And said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us, and hide us from the face of him that sitteth on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb:17For the great day of his wrath is come; and who shall be able to stand?

    The great rulers and powers will fall. The dignitaries shall wallow in their own blood. Nations will be moved or destroyed altogether. And the mighty men of the Earth will be in terror.

  24. I have The Vision, God’s Plan to Protect His People in the Coming Depression and Set The Trumpet to They Mouth. I am hoping to get the first to read completely in the next two weeks.

  25. These are interestering times. We are the head,not the tail. Whentimes get tough, people either turn to God, or turn away from Him.
    We see it all unfolding as a scroll, just as the scriptuyres said it would. Stand fast, stay close to God because we are victorious.

  26. Acts 5:10-11 Then fell she down straightway at his feet, and yielded up the ghost: and the young men came in, and found her dead, and, carrying her forth, buried her by her husband. And great fear came upon all the church, and upon as many as heard these things.

    while it is true God’s will is for us to trust in Him and not worry, sometimes God allow even His people to experience great fear, when they experience the judgment of God, but this fear is not a long lasting fear. As the verse above, the early church trusted in God and learned not to worry, but there are moments they experience fear when they see the wrath of God.

  27. Job:

    I don’t consider America to have a special covenant relationship with God. It’s simply a matter of “you reap what you sow.” Also “he to whom much was given, of him much shall be required.” (See Luke chapter 12, esp. vv. 47-48) I do not consider America to be a “Christian nation” as such, either. However, we have been one of the nations most blessed with tremendous and widespread knowledge of God and his Word. If we reject this as a nation, this makes us that much more culpable.

    It is somewhat puzzling why God would be judging us now, and not decades or centuries ago. Perhaps part of the answer is in Romans 1, which gives a specific progression of sins and accompanying judgments. Notably, this list includes homosexuality. Another part of the answer might be in Genesis 15, where God told Abraham concerning his descendants, “And they shall come back here in the fourth generation, for the iniquity of the Amorite is not yet complete.” (verse 16) So apparently, God was already planning to wipe out the Amorites, but he was waiting until they had compiled a list of sins so huge that they fully deserved it. I think God may do that with other nations as well, perhaps once they reach a certain point.

    I don’t see why you’re saying that David Wilkerson’s words imply that Jesus somehow made things worse. We are living under grace now, but that in no way invalidates the principle “you reap what you sow.” Even the book of Galatians, which so strongly denounces trying to live under the law, recognizes this. (See Galatians 6:7-10.) In fact, if Jesus’ work had nullified this, God would no longer be a God of justice. What a horrible prospect that would be!

    To argue that henceforth only individuals, not nations or groups of people, will be judged for their deeds, is to ignore large chunks of the book of Revelation, it seems to me. Revelation 18 describes the judgment of an entity identified as Babylon. As they see Babylon burning, kings and leaders of the earth will say, “Alas! Alas! You great city, you mighty city, Babylon! For in a single hour your judgment has come.” (verse 10) If this is describing the judgment of a literal city — as seems likely — then clearly, God still deals with people on a group basis as well as on an individual level.

    It is true that we should not trust in our own ability to hoard food or other necessities, in order to survive disasters. We must trust in God, and him alone. But at the same time, that doesn’t mean we should take practical steps to prepare, as we are able. Proverbs 27:12 tell us, “The prudent sees danger and hides himself, but the simple go on and suffer for it.” Verses 24-27 then direct readers to prepare for a certain level of self-sufficiency, since money won’t last forever. And Acts 11:27-30 describes a New Testament instance in which a prophet predicted a famine, and God’s people took practical steps to prepare for it. (Note that they sent food to other people, rather than stockpiling for themselves!)

    David Wilkerson’s prediction may or may not come true. But even if it doesn’t, what do we have to lose by taking some reasonable steps to prepare?

  28. Hi PJ Miller:
    It’s late so forgive me if I ramble a bit. I think DW is truly a devoted follower of Christ, however I find that days after his urgent “prophetic” email I’m feeling resentful. I think that his email was both foolish and unnecessary. I live in NYC, and believe me the effects of the recession are very depressing all around, people are at their lowest point. *WHY* spread a message of fear throughout the city. Also, consider that Times Square Church (which I used to attend), well their denomination is comprised of mostly middle class or below middle class people. They are struggling enough, it just seems completely unnecessary what he’s doing. It’s almost like the church is trying to control the people by spreading out waves of panic.

    People say that his prophecies have come true in the past. I disagree, he had been saying that something catastrophic was going to occur since 10 years ago, and he often repeats this message. Please, there are tons of catastrophic events that occur throughout the world every month. Also, I believe that the days of the prophets of the old testament are gone. I mean, the gift of prophecy is real imho, but we have the holy spirit. Don’t depend on one man to always give you a word.

    I have to say, although I highly love and respect alot of DW’s work and devotion, I also think he’s in the wrong with this one.
    Store a 30 day supply of food and hide out? I think I’ll just try to trust God, and receive instruction from Him myself. Starting to sound a little loony if you ask me.

    Guess what, if I peppered in messages of “a calamitiy approaching” consistently throughout the year, I’m pretty sure I’d hit the nail on the head eventually.

    I should end with this: I had two nightmares of nuclear attacks that have caused me extra anxiety this week thanks to DW’s email. I resent that. Foolishness, in my humble opinion. Hope I’m not being blasphemous, just venting my opinion that’s all.

    • Eunice,

      Did you miss David’s closing statement?

      I have unburdened my soul to you. Do with the message as you choose.

      All of us, when given a warning, are free to accept or reject it.

      You say David Wilkerson’s messages (and sermons) bother you. What you can chose to do is ignore them. Don’t read or listen to them.

      People say that his prophecies have come true in the past. I disagree, he had been saying that something catastrophic was going to occur since 10 years ago, and he often repeats this message.

      LOL!! Then you would have thought Noah’s warnings (which continued for a lot longer then 10 years) foolishness..

    • Pjmiller, first of all, you’ve commented “All of us, when given a warning, are free to accept or reject it. ” It doesn’t work that way, it’s not that easy.

      First of all, I do recall a time once when DW apologized for making a mistake in “prophesying” in the past. But most importantly, do you know how prophets were treated (as commanded by God) in the days of the bible for giving false innaccurate prophecies??


      Yeah, it’s not just a “take it or leave it situation.”

      Prophetic statements are a huge deal, especially when you are releasing an assumed “word” to the masses from God.

      Secondly, you brought up Noah warning the people in the old testament. Bear in mind, we live in the year 2009. Jesus Christ has already died and rose again, we are redeemed, blessed and annointed with the holy spirit. We have a direct line to God. Did you know that the days of the apostles and prophets are long gone? Today we can speak to Jesus thru the Holy Spirit. Although the gift of prophecy may still exist, we don’t need Noah to give us a word. Jesus Christ is the chief cornerstone!

      The bible says that we aren’t supposed to despise prophecies, but at the same time we are to test them (1 Thessalonians 5:20) Remember, the gift of prophecy edifies, exhorts, and comforts (I Corinthians 14:3); helps us build up or strengthen; and should lead us to the Word of God.

      So David, thanks for your encouraging message. I’m just saying that prophecy isn’t something to be taken LIGHTLY, and that we should all ask God for discernment. I highly question DW’s call to store up 30 days of food and virtually hideout. It’s not just a take it or leave it kind of joke.

    • Hi Eunice,

      Pjmiller, first of all, you’ve commented “All of us, when given a warning, are free to accept or reject it. ” It doesn’t work that way, it’s not that easy.

      Yes it is…

      If someone tells another that their action, of lack of, will result in a certain end, they have free will to decide what to do with that warning. Take heed to it or, ignore it. Its as simple as that.

      First of all, I do recall a time once when DW apologized for making a mistake in “prophesying” in the past. But most importantly, do you know how prophets were treated (as commanded by God) in the days of the bible for giving false innaccurate prophecies?? THEY WERE STONED TO DEATH.

      Again you seem to be missing the very important point, being, David Wilkerson has never once called himself a prophet.

      Did you know that the days of the apostles and prophets are long gone?

      I don’t agree–i believe God still speaks to the Church through men and women today. If there were no true prophets today, then why did Jesus warn those living in the last days to beware of false prophets?

      The bible says that we aren’t supposed to despise prophecies, but at the same time we are to test them (1 Thessalonians 5:20) Remember, the gift of prophecy edifies, exhorts, and comforts (I Corinthians 14:3); helps us build up or strengthen; and should lead us to the Word of God.

      Yes, we are to test prophetic words. But again, Wilkerson has never said he was a prophet.

      I meant to ask you earlier, how long did you attend Times Square Church, and when?

    • It doesn’t matter whether he’s a self-professed prophet or not. As a pastor, he is called to lead & guide the people to TRUTH in the bible. The bible actually has alot to say about discernment, prophecy, positions of leadership and how unacceptable it is to misrepresent the unwavering Truth of God and who He is.

      “He who blasphemes the Name of The Lord shall be put to death; all the congregation shall stone him; the sojourner as well as the native, when he blasphemes the Name, shall be put to death.” (Leviticus 24:13)

      We wouldn’t do that today, but THAT’S how serious of a crime it is in God’s eyes, to make “mistakes” in teaching the Word to a congregation. As christians, we really need to be careful of the myriad of doctrines and churches out there, it is so easy to be decieved. I’m not saying I know everything, but I do know that it is important to be sensitive to God, and rooted in the God’s truth. Ask God for discernment.

      I’ve attended DW’s church for 3 months about a month ago. I went on sunday, in addition to attending weekday evening services/prayer meetings throughout the week after work. I live in NYC, the church is close to my area. DW is a passionate man that I truly respect for his work in New York. I’ve downloaded & listened to many of his sermons, in addition to reading his books.

      This is the last comment that I’m going to post. Consider my opinion or reject it. But at least do some research online, read the WORD, do your homework before totally committing to / or ruling out a particular perspective.
      Just don’t be so thoughtless about it.

      Ciao~ 😉

    • Consider my opinion or reject it.

      In essence you are saying the same thing, consider or reject your opinions/thoughts, etc. as David Wilkerson did in the closing of his above letter.

      I’m sorry you can’t see that Eunice…

      Anyway, God bless you sister…

  29. p.s. I’d like to add that I know that sermons aren’t always going to be about blessings, positive happy messages etc (I grew up in the church, being a pastor so I’m certainly not naive about this)…but at least pastor’s like John Piper and Paul Washer, they talk about the difficulties of the Christian walk, and always bring it back to faith, redemption, power in jesus christ.

    With DW, I feel a “fear” of the Lord, but not in the Godly sense that the word speaks about. I mean, literal fear. Fear that gives you nightmares of hopelessness and suffering in the end. Like I said, the email was foolish & unnecessary in my opinion.

  30. Eunice,
    I can’t count the number of times during the last year that I have walked through the parking lot of my local Wal-Mart, going to pick up a few things .. and the Lord has whispered to me “Things are not going to always be like they are now”. I have seen little glimpses of the future … I won’t say full blown visions, but pictures in my mind’s eye that I feel the Lord has put there.

    I will just say that they line up with what our brother Dave Wilkerson shared in his email. So you can do with it whatever you want, but I believe he was being obedient with what he was told to do. I am not fearful, but trying my best to prepare for trouble as the proverb quoted above states. The end of the matter is not DW, but Jesus, and what HE is about. Listen to DW, ignore him, whatever you feel the LORD telling you what to do. That’s the bottom line.

  31. AN ENCOURAGEMENT – March 8th 2009
    -by David Wilkerson.

    “If the foundations be destroyed, what shall the righteous do?”

    Recently I felt compelled to send out an URGENT message
    warning of an impending great calamity – such that will cause even
    God’s elect to tremble.

    One Bishop asked, “Is there no further word: How should the
    righteous respond to such a word?” I can only answer by sharing
    what the Holy Spirit is speaking to my own heart and what I am to
    do. I shared that I was led in a practical way to lay aside a
    month’s supply of food – because I have witnessed the panic in the
    wake of terrorism. That has to be a personal word for every
    individual. This is what I hear the Holy Spirit speaking to my heart
    concerning my own spiritual response to impending calamity. It is

    “And Moses said to the people, Fear ye not, stand still, and see
    the salvation of the Lord, which he will show you today–The Lord
    shall fight for you, and you shall hold your peace” (Exodus
    14:13-14). This is the attitude of faith in the face of calamity. What
    could Israel do on the brink of the Red Sea? Pharaoh’s army is
    pressing in, mountains are on both sides, and there is an
    impossible sea ahead. The flesh cries, “Do something!” The flesh
    cries hopelessness. Can God’s people dry up the sea? Level a
    mountain? Fight a great army without having weapons? They are
    in what appears to be a dreadful, frightening situation. God’s
    people tremble – and in this hour of trembling comes a word from
    God. In essence: “Stand still. Fear not. This is the hour of
    salvation. You are going to witness the pulling down of the
    foundations of a world power. But in the same hour, I will fight for
    you. Hold your peace – be still and see my works.” Beloved, my
    warning is just one voice among many who are saying the same
    thing. We may all tremble for a season, but those who truly know
    God’s Word will be quickly comforted by the Holy Spirit. We will
    be baptized with a great peace – a supernatural quietness – which
    will be a tremendous witness to the fearful multitudes.

  32. From Pastor David’s post this morning:

    Due to the many requests of Pastor David Wilkerson’s books ‘GOD’S PLAN TO PROTECT HIS PEOPLE IN THE COMING DEPRESSION’ and ‘ AMERICA ’S LAST CALL’, they are available for free online reading.




  33. Thanks for the updates [and links] Fred and Kurt…

    Have you all been following all the stories posted everywhere on David’s warning?

    It was picked up my news org. and its been posted on blogs and websites across the internet. I’ve been really disturbed by what many Christian blogs/websites are saying…

    They are mocking David and his warning.

    Is this another sign of the times we are in, that true men of God are being mocked and ridiculed for giving out what God has spoken to them?

    I think it is…

    David specifically said to do with the message as you saw fit to. Accept it or reject it. But many Christians cannot seem to even do that; no, they want to mock him as a false prophet when the man has never proclaimed to be a prophet…

    Do you know what this tells me guys? That irregardless if this specific warning is to be heeded or not, that God’s people have seared ears today. They, or the majority of them, will never accept ANY word of warning, as coming from God.

    That if God sent an Angel of the Lord with a warning, the majority of Christians would mock it and its bearer.

    I find that frightening folks… frightening.

  34. PJ, not nearly as frightening as when those people realized that it really WAS God speaking, and they didn’t respond.

    God will restore the fear of Himself … swiftly and surely.

  35. Hey Pj, here is an article by the brilliant JR Nyquist which you might be interested in:


    He ends the article by saying, ‘we are headed towards a national tragedy.” Maybe it applies to David’s vision too. Or atleast we see alot of people saying “tragedy” is on the way.

  36. Recompense
    11/25/07 – A dream of a coming storm, which the Lord gave to a brother in Christ

    I saw a storm coming. The area, where the storm was approaching from, was just the open sky, but there was the sense that it was coming from out over the ocean. I could not tell which coast I was looking out from, but I knew I was looking from America. The storm clouds were approaching and getting darker and thicker. Then three tornadoes, or waterspouts, broke down out of the storm, all at once, and headed for the shore.

    After a small lapse of time, I saw myself climbing up some stairs in a house, to my bed in an upper room. I laid down in this bed, and realized that my resting place had changed. The head of the bed had shifted from facing the West, and it was now facing the East.

    11/28/07 – From God the Father, the Interpretation of the Dream – Given to Timothy, For All Those Who Have Ears to Hear


    The Day has come and it is here. It has come, says the Lord God… I shall repay. Your nation is given up, and will be left in ruins, for all their forsaking of Me. The roof is heavily weighted, all its pillars are cracked and no longer can bear the weight of their burden. The wind shall blow, the fire shall burn, and all these riches shall be consumed. A swift storm shall come upon you, and you shall not know from where it shall come, for it is already upon you. It shall reach across the oceans, it shall be swift and catch you unawares. It is building and grows in its fury… it builds and has come.

    And this shall be its consequence upon you, thus shall it bring forth against you: Confusion, a swirling wind… water, a flood of fear… destruction, collapse of all your foundations. Even the earth shall rise up against you, and nature shall fight against you, oh perverse and mighty nation. When three times pass, it shall be accomplished… it shall surely come to pass. And the elect shall be gathered, even all those I see of Myself in them, My own reflection shown within the eyes of the first redeemed from the earth. For in a moment, a twinkling of an eye, they shall climb the Ladder, and lie down and rest for a short season, even in the place I have prepared for them. They shall rest, until the Day is done and it is finished. Then they shall arise and descend with the King… And as the lightning flashes out of the east, and shines, filling the sky even unto the west, so shall the coming of the Son of Man be.

    For your leaders have cast their lot with the Ishmaelites in the dividing of My land… even of the children’s inheritance I had given to their forefathers forever. And so, I shall divide them with calamity, with famine, and with destitution…

    Yet they will turn. And anger shall swell in their faces over much betrayal, causing them to repent of that which they had promised, and they will again stand with the children of Abraham, until three days pass over. Then shall they be given into the hand of him, called the horn of satan… their name dissolved, becoming one of the ten for one hour, then plucked up and broken, during which time the Lord shall bring forth of them a great harvest, a great and mighty harvest, a great multitude, a refined and strong people for My name…

    Then the end will come.

    The King shall reign.

    And that accomplished shall be finished…
    it shall be completed.

    Peace… one thousand years.


  37. It may be important to understand the difference
    “Thus says the Lord” and
    “I am compelled by the Holy Spirit to send out
    an urgent message”

    One is prophecy, the other is something shared from
    what The Lord has put on a believers heart,
    Not necessarily a “Thus says The Lord” but a
    “I believe this is what The Lord is saying/showing to me”
    and “I have unburdened my soul to you.
    Do with the message as you choose.”

  38. Hi Juanita,

    Pastor John Coleman is reading David’s book online in his RAM Radio Web Casts for 3/17 and 3/18 at http://www.johnecoleman.org/

    The exact links are:

    [audio src="http://www.johnecoleman.org/RRL%203%2017%2009%20Pt%201.mp3" /]

    [audio src="http://www.johnecoleman.org/RRL%203%2017%2009%20Pt%202.mp3" /]

    [audio src="http://www.johnecoleman.org/Dave%201.mp3" /]

    [audio src="http://www.johnecoleman.org/Dave%202.mp3" /]

    [audio src="http://www.johnecoleman.org/Dave%203.mp3" /]


  39. I LOVE DAvid Wilkerson, MAy God bless you your right people dont evn relize what ther doing theese days,, they nned Jesus, Soon ther will be hunger in america. VERY SOON!

  40. I wish that just one day everyone became christion and a follwer of God. People in school are so bad theese days do many sins but alll you need to do is pray for them. please evryone pray for my freinds for everyone..
    God blss and keep you
    Olga B..


  41. I have revisited this article from March 2009, now 3 and a half years later, and find many things quite revealing about it. As is often the case, when a new “message from God” is issued, nothing helps more to see things in a clearer light than to let a few years pass, and then look at it again.

    As much as I admire the late Pastor Wilkerson and the work he did, (my wife and I start each day reading his daily devotional), I think enough time has passed now to evaluate this message. I think God would speak to a culture using the ways and manners of speaking which are specific to that culture. In the culture of most of the world today, “urgent message” cannot be interpreted as something with a timeline of revelancy which is decades or even a few years off into the future, even if that may have been the case in earlier historic times. God is never confusing or incongruous. In society today, urgent means urgent.

    What was the sum total effect that this message of early 2009 has had on the church? Have the children of God in His church been edified by a call in 2009 that an “earth-shattering calamity” was about to happen soon? Does it mitigate the negative effect it had on many (by instilling fear in thousands of hearts) that the warning label was attached “do with this message as you choose?’

    Everything untested is like seed planted in sandy or thorny soil. We simply have no way to test human dreams and visions, other than if they contain obvious scriptural errors. Time is the only test available, and even then people will always claim that not enough time passed to evaluate the message. God sees the beginning and the end, and I don’t believe His timing is ever off. If God said to David “urgent” in 2009, than it would have meant “urgent” in 2009.

    This stands as an example of how dangerous it is to follow the words of men. With all the great pastoral works David did, he still fell prey, in my view, to that enticement first dangled in our faces in a different form in the Garden of Eden by the serpent. This is in general terms the idea that we as humans somehow are required to play a pivotal role in “helping” God to unfurl His plans for the ages. The way we follow God’s plan is in preaching the word and the word alone. The Lord has no need to supplement what He has already recorded for us to know, by giving new revelation to people as “add-ons” to scriptural truth. The completion of scripture by the apostles stands as the glorious revelation needed to safely navigate treacherous waters until the second coming. If we follow what is written, it will be more than enough to see us through to that glorious day when we hear the words “well done, my good and faithful servant.” God did not leave us a script that was lacking in any way.

    This message has not furthered our understanding of God’s will for our lives. Even with the disclaimer that we may “do with it as we choose”, the message was distributed widely both in secular and church circles, meaning it is inevitable that many took it to heart. I think there would have been a greater harvest for the kingdom with a similar distribution of a pure gospel message, of which David produced many.

    Just my humble opinion.


    JD Ellis

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