"Awake, awake, sing a song!" (Judg.5:12, NKJV).
Shabbat shalom kol beit Yisra'el!
My message for this sabbath comes in the form of a vision received three nights ago (6 June) shortly before midnight while I was lying in my bed.
In the field of vision I saw a red maple leaf which was on fire. Flames were everywhere around it and over it. But like the last vision involving flames, this fire did not consume the red maple leaf because it was a purifying fire, not a consuming one.
It is a very long time since Yahweh has said anything to me about Canada, the last (14 April 1990) a curse because of its abortion laws (OB 232:3-4) and a prophecy about the union of the USA and Canada as a single nation (OB 250), the latter of which, of course, has been secretly in the process now for some time.
The new vision portends good even if the refining fires may be painful for the country, as they invariably are. As a dominion of the British crown, Canada currently falls under the protectorate of Ephraim and its prince though it is geographically in the land of West Manasseh and has long been under the influence of its prince in the USA. With huge geopolitical upheavels due in North America it becomes easier to see how this new union would be facilitated.
The flames represent the spiritual purging of Yahweh's people in Canada (and especially her watchmen) which is underway as it is here and elsewhere as we prepare for a major battle. It is too early to comment on any further meaning behind this vision which must away further or (light) and emet (truth) but I hope this will be an encouragement to the set-apart ones (saints) there as they undergo their divers trials and tribulations in a land which is under strong Úlite control.
I would like to extend especial greetings and blessings to those who have been called to this work in Canada, and especially to those in the Great Lakes area about which Yahweh has also given us a prophecy concerning the Final Gathering (OB 167). We expect much spiritual activity in this area, on both sides of the US-Canadian border, in the near future.