Amos Scaggs - 11/16/2010
In a vision, I saw the British soldiers with the tricorne hats and drab, abstract, black uniforms in an endless line coming against a militia of ordinary citizens, as we had during the Revolutionary War.
The militia was in whitish trousers and tan shirts of that period. The table was light-colored with dark legs.
They had several hard-fought battles. But in the face of an incoming force they could not defeat because of the sheer numbers, they pulled the plans off the table and rolled them up like a scroll to retreat with the few in number they had left. Those last few escaped without harm as the bullets were flying all around them.
I thought, in the first Revolutionary war we won our freedom from tyrants but in this last struggle we lose it to them.
It appears from this that the battle for America's independence (freedom) will be lost. There will be some hard battles and hard fighting but in the end the militias will have to retreat. They will be simply outgunned and outnumbered.
Note from David: Many Christians will fight to gain their freedom from an America taken over by banksters and corporate fascism but they will fail because they are disobedient to the commands of God in this regard.
In the time of the tribulations in history, when God sent the man-child to lead the people to freedom, they had become subjugate to the beast kingdoms that swallowed them up for their sins. America is being possessed by the beast nature from the pit for this purpose.
In the time of Moses and that tribulation, the people of God had become slaves in Egypt. Only in Goshen was there light in the houses and deliverance from the plagues.
In the time of Joseph and that tribulation, the people were at the mercy of the state, begging for food losing their property.
In the time of Daniel, the people were conquered in tribulation and under the authority of ruthless dictators who took their lives at will.
In the time of Mordecai, the people in tribulation were under the sentence of death by the beast and fighting for their lives.
In the time of Jesus, the people were under the iron fist of the Roman beast tribulation, with no representation or rights of their own. Jesus told them to flee to the mountains -- above the world and its influence.
History always repeats (Ecclesiastes 1:9; 3:15). In this time of the end-time man-child, in whom Jesus lives, a combination of all of the above will happen in tribulation.
Christians have been just as rebellious as their predecessors and are in just as much need of crucifixion of self -- in just as much need of new leadership and old truths. Instead they have insulated themselves only in their minds with lies of dominion, prosperity, flying away, etc.)