Michael Bresciani
Prophecy 2022 – abortions, tortured animals, gender confusion, and fear of pandemics do not make for a bright future
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By Michael Bresciani
January 17, 2022

Inasmuch as prophecy is the forth-telling of the will and counsel of God from the past, the present, and the future, real prophets are not Nostradamus like mystics with a long list of quatrains.

Biblical prophecy is replete: it tells us all we need to know from beginning to end, because it was provided to us by the great Alpha and Omega (Rev. 1:8), who is both the beginning and the end of all things.

If there is a need for extra-biblical information, it will be provided by the Holy Spirit (Jn. 16:13). Oddly, people who don’t heed the given revelation hardly warrant or deserve a second helping.

The title of this piece seems to lack what otherwise might be thought of as the heart of the future – the economy. That is because the morality of a nation and its economy are inextricably entwined.

The economy and our morality are the horse and carriage in God’s dealings with men. In fact, the economy is the carriage and morality is the horse. When nations begin to sink into a moral morass, the economic welfare also begins to slide, or to be more precise, no deliveries can be made, which is something that today we are beginning to appreciate.

Year after year I have reiterated what God gave to me. Many have heeded it; others seemed to think that because it seems delayed, it could not possibly be true; and finally there are mockers.

Only this year have the signs begun to enter at an alarming rate. Their fulfillment, although just beginning, is now under way.

The three paragraphs under the subheading below are an excerpt of that revelation first published in July of 2008. The revelation came in the 1970s and was spoken to many before the advent of the internet. It can be seen in its entirety here.

America and the coming economic disasters

“In the mid-seventies I heard a four-part message that at the time seemed impossible. It was prior to the economic boom of the eighties when home values were skyrocketing, and the stock market was reaching to the stars. The message was in English and said, 'Michael you are a prophet,' then came the words 'you will speak to the American people,' followed by 'This is the message you will speak, Ov, Ov Penury,' the final word was 'not many will come out.'

"All my ideas of becoming a humble teacher in the public schools went south along with my secondary hope that I might want to become a gospel missionary in some foreign land. The message made no sense to me not only because America wasn't experiencing shortages of almost anything, but also because I hadn't a clue what 'Ov' meant. The word penury wasn't even in my vocabulary, and I had to look it up.

"I finally found that Ov is an old English contraction for 'overmuch' which more commonly means 'a lot of.' The word penury means a state of extreme poverty or scarcity. America, in a state of extreme poverty and scarcity! Try telling that to the American dream crowd pounding away at the house in suburbia with two cars, strong college funds for the 3.5 kids, good pension plans, and success in careers or business.”

The solid economics of the Trump administration came to a screeching halt under Joe Biden, and few see any reprieve in the very near future. Now, America is not just perceived as weakening – it is full-blown anemic.

Now, we are back to an average of 2000 abortions per week, and news sites are also showing us the extremely inhumane pictures of beagle puppies and monkeys being tortured in scientific experiments.

The Biden way of helping science is to ignore it, or at the very least, politicizing it, or as some prefer to say, weaponizing it against our American freedoms.

Next, Biden has taken to fighting against religious exemptions to the vaccine.

In short, Joe Biden has made it abundantly clear that he does not care about you, your faith, your children, or your animals.

Prophecy 2022 is grim. Until the day Biden is voted from office, impeached, or taken by dementia or poor health – our favor with God will continue to diminish.

What is our part in the very immediate future?

Some want a religious revival, but a Christian revival is not just a more excited church, but it is a world that sees more people getting converted to the faith of the Lord Jesus Christ.

There is plenty of revival talk in the wind, but until the wind of the Holy Spirit sweeps across a receptive nation – it is just talk.

A nation that deals a death blow to unborn children by the thousands and then cannot agree what sex the children are if they are allowed to be born – should not hold its breath looking for something “holy” – much less the Holy Spirit of God.

Revival or not, the militant church has the task of prayer, and more succinctly it must now be involved in imprecatory prayer.

This means that rather than praying general prayers for the President or the leaders, we must be very specific. To pray against them is not unusual or inappropriate. We all know the President claims to be religious, but is he saved or actually connected to the will of God in any way. If Christ’s litmus test were applied to Biden, we would be forced to conclude that he is as far from God as the east is from the west.

Christ said, “Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them. Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven” (Mt. 7:20-21).

Prayer against those who conduct misrule, oppression, or persecution is a clearly defined biblical doctrine.

If the leaders are upholding evil or proposing evil, we should pray that they fail in their efforts.

Since God has promised to deliver us from evil, perhaps we should get on with asking him to do just that in this day of deep perversions, liberal and social insanity, and the rise of ruthless American hating-leaders who worship themselves and power exclusively.

Don’t ever accept the notion that your prayer does not count.

“…The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much” (James 5:16b).

The science vs. no science argument is nonsense

The fruit or product of wholesale sin was long ago identified. Nothing has changed. The long list of judgments and calamities is listed here.

We can seek a political answer, blame climate change, racism, or follow the latest trends to the new promised liberally-concocted utopian dreamscape, but reality will soon set in and bite us on the posterior.

We may no longer admit to or have the capability to recognize the source of our problems, but we can all commiserate together in the result.

It has never been easier to predict America’s future than it is today. In fact, it can be covered in a single verse. To wit:

“Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap” (Gal. 6:7).

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