Monthly Archives: November 2012

John Paul Jackson Updates Perfect Storm Prophecies (Part 1)

John Paul Jackson began prophesying publicly about what he called the perfect storm in 2008. Earlier in 2012, Jackson updated his prophetic words. The following is a transcription (mistakes and all) of his main points from a video, which has since been removed. (But you can still see his main points here, here, and here.)

Remember: All prophetic words need to be prayed about and mistakes on any one part do not negate the truth on other parts. Plus, although you may disagree with some of a messenger’s doctrines, that does not necessarily mean you should ignore his message.

John Paul Jackson’s main prophetic points:


So the Lord began to tell me about things in 2007 and began to show me things that were going to be happening. Things like Egypt and He said, “Watch what’s going to be happening in the Middle East and here’s a sign for you: Egypt.

President Mubarak is going to be removed from office and Egypt will turn into a terrorist state. Know when that happens, the rest of the Arab states that do not espouse religious extremism – Islamic religious extremism – they will be deposed under a false guise and a harsher regime will take each of their places, including Saudi Arabia. And it will begin. So watch Egypt.


He said, “Begin to watch the European Community because I’m going to trouble the waters in Europe and the Euro is going to start to fall. And it will weaken and it will crumble. And shortly after that, your dollar will follow.”

I said, “Oh my goodness, Lord.”

He said, “My people are going to cry out to Me.”

I said, “When?”

He said, “It will keep getting darker until they do. It will keep getting darker until they do.”


In March, I was on Daystar TV and the Lord had me prophesy about a coming assassination attempt on a congressman. Little did I know that in August of that year, that would happen with Gabby Giffords.

(He misspoke and used the wrong month here. Giffords’ assassination attempt happened in January, 2011.)


There will come times when the stadiums aren’t full because no one can afford to pay the prices to go to a New York Giants game or a Jets game or a Patriots game or a Cowboys game or a Rams game. Nobody can afford to pay the price


Even this year, tensions in Israel and Iran are going to escalate. The day is going to come when Israel will hit Iran. They already have hit…there were mystery explosions that happened.

And the Lord told me about this: Israel will one day send rockets into Iran, but before that day happens, there will be other explosions called mystery explosions. And those have happened.

But one day it is going to happen and when that takes place and those missiles hit Iran, there’s going to be a huge growth of anti-Semitism and everybody’s going to blame Israel on the price of gasoline. You are going to see incredible backlash that will happen and you are going to see OPEC countries forming an alliance saying, “We will not sell to anybody that supports Israel.

So, America, if you want gasoline, you’d better…you’d better stop your support of Israel. Israel will become a difficult thing and Jerusalem will become a cup of trembling. It is going to happen and it is going to happen, not years from now, sooner than that. And everything is going to begin to change.

(Continued in Part 2…but if you like, the whole article can be seen here.)


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I’m Enraged! Are You? (Part 6)

What do you know about Amram and Jochebed? Probably not much, right?

Yet, God certainly knew who they were because He blessed the Levite couple with three gifted children – Miriam, Aaron, and Moses. All three grew up to be prophets who had important roles in Israel’s history.

Besides the obvious gender differences, their unique prophetic identities resulted more from their environments where they grew up, rather than from any other reasons.

Miriam and Aaron lived in Egypt as slaves for over eighty years before the exodus. Although the two faithfully reminded Israel of the promises of God, both lived under a spiritual atmosphere controlled by an evil principality – the spirit of slavery – and never really saw God’s power at work in Egypt.

But the power Miriam and Aaron did witness was demonstrated by their masters, the Egyptians, who brutally abused and murdered Israelites. These slave masters believed in a variety of Egyptian gods, such as sacred bulls and cows which were represented by golden idols. Not only that,  the Egyptians had sorcerers and magicians who conjured signs and wonders.

Thus, in Miriam’s and Aaron’s minds, God was a God who had power in the long ago past, but the Egyptian gods had power in their present day lives.

Moses had none of the problems of his siblings. He was separated from the family and raised in Pharaoh’s palace compound, away from the evil principality’s control. There he also had a behind the scene’s view of the Egyptian gods and knew they were powerless.

At the age of forty, Moses fled to Midian where he grew in the grace of God and lived in peace for forty years. Then, he had his burning bush experience, saw his rod turned into a snake, watched his hand become leprous, and then healed. Along with all this, he heard the voice of God. So Moses was primed and readied in the power of God to return to Egypt.

He made known His ways to Moses, His acts to the children of Israel. (Psalm 103:7)

It was God’s decision where each of the three prophets lived.

He stationed Miriam and Aaron in Egypt to remind the Israelites of the promises of God and prepare them for their eventual deliverance.  Both received special grace to perform their callings.

But it was Moses who God specifically chose to lead Israel out of Egypt and to the Promised Land. Why did God choose Moses, rather than Miriam or Aaron? Because it was His sovereign decision. Period.

Miriam and Aaron did suffer a sibling moment when they looked down their noses at their baby brother, Moses.

So Miriam and Aaron said, “Has the LORD indeed spoken only through Moses? Has He not spoken through us also?” And the LORD heard it.

“I speak with Moses face to face, even plainly and not in dark sayings; and he sees the form of God. Why then were you not afraid to speak against My servant Moses?” (Numbers 12:2,8)

God quickly dealt with Miriam’s and Aaron’s rebellion to Moses’ leadership authority. But I believe God remembered the pair’s faithfulness in Egypt when He corrected them.

A little later, Korah, Dathan, Abiram, On, and two hundred fifty other leaders rebelled in much the same way as Miriam and Aaron had against Moses’ authority. This group did not receive slaps on their wrists like Miriam and Aaron suffered, but instead, they and their families were killed by God.

These things happened to them as examples for us. They were written down to warn us who live at the end of the age. (1 Corinthians 10:11)

I believe the Lord is ready to send apostles and prophets into the inner cities of America to help set black people free. The apostles and prophets will be mainly white males, because for the most part, whites have grown up outside of the inner cities and away from the spirit of slavery’s control. And males? The spiritual warfare will be physically tough and demanding, with possible riots and jail cells awaiting the participants.

I believe this is the Lord’s plan, but we whites need to guard our hearts and walk in humility. Because eventually out of the inner cities will come a black river of apostles and prophets flowing to the cities and towns of America to deliver our nation from the spirit of religion.

So the last will be first, and the first last. For many are called, but few chosen.” (Matthew 20:16)



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