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PROPHECY DISPATCH: 28th October 2021



Shalom and blessings.

I pray you are all well,

I also pray you will read this important message which the Lord has asked me to send out.

The Lord wants to heal His people and our land.


Please do not read this message if you will not pray and act upon it. Above all please discern it.

For many years, my ministry, through the Tabernacle meetings, brought messages of prophecy for the years ahead. God would speak in real time, and what He said would happen, happened, and what he said He would judge, was judged. God was moving very quickly.

If you have been monitoring the time over the last fourteen years or so, you will now be witnessing the evolution of a very different world. It is as if the Matthews 24 discourse is being played out — yet it is only beginning.

The earth is shaking and breaking apart because there is a shift in the spirit.

The Covid pandemic, or whatever, has brought about division in families and in churches. It has fragmented societies and paranoia and mental health issues increase. The vaccination of the human population will very likely become law. This, above all else, must be fundamentally and morally wrong.

Already people are losing jobs because they have not been vaxxed. I know this for sure because I have worked in care, and we as a ministry and family have personal witnesses experiencing different international mandates and policies.

With the evidence mounting up against the pandemic and vaxagenda, it is difficult to see, even within the church, any response or resistance manifesting.

If we need to see the Lord move specifically in our nation, and more broadly within the body of Messiah, then we need to repent and understand what that really means. We need to understand that we have been called to be a people set apart through holiness for God.

The Lord’s word is ‘Repentance'.

Repentance is not a subject that is generally majored upon behind the pulpit. However, it is pivotal in the relationship we have with God.

Repentance is not for a person to do once, or when you feel like it. It is done everyday, because believers are meant to walk a repentant life. I speak more about this in the message.

The Lord has been burdening me in this season, and I will be dedicating time to send out messages for this hour.

The messages He is sending out, draw our attention to the body of Messiah specifically.

The work of the enemy has turned our focus to his shenanigans, and as result we have had our attention on the covid scenario and its rhetoric for months. It has been far too long, and we have kowtowed to principalities far less in authority than that of our mighty God. We will be judged for this and that is why the message of repentance is for now!

It is not a time for clever, build me up and bless me messages. It is not even a time to speak of revival. The welfare of the body and the revival of the spirit begins with genuine repentance.

A great sickness covers the earth, and it pervades the church. It's easy to sit back and think we are not doing bad, but if we look a little closer, we will see that we are indeed doing bad.

We want to see our Messiah return, but the message of repentance must come first.

Deep darkness covers the land, and it moves like a demonic cloud through the corridors of power in all authorities. It has found a place in the minds of the people and we are experiencing a time of paralysis and retardation, because we have allowed the enemy over our threshold.

We should cry out to see the pitiful state we are in. Don’t think you are alright, clever enough or articulate enough to argue with God, and defend your actions and what occupies you.

Just look to Him, draw near to Him and He will draw near to you.

One thing the Lord laid upon my heart during the times of our tabernacles meetings, was that the hearing of prophecy holds responsibility to the hearer. Our meetings were prophetic in nature and not open to all. They were for those whom God has called to spread the message for this day and hour.

I do ask you to pray earnestly upon what this message brings..

Blessings and Shalom


Dream date 28/10/21 & Update

I was in an African church, working alongside a pastor.

The people in the church became ill and began to spill out from the building into the courtyard. They were sitting around the wall. I see that some people are holding something like a pillow or a small sheet, which are meant to cover them. Other people from the church, and relatives, come from outside, to bring supplies and clothing.

I am standing with the pastor when another African pastor from a church I attended previously, enters the dream. He comes to join us. In reality this man, during my friendship with him, had ideas of grandeur and ministry building. Knowing this, I asked, ‘what he wanted’. He said, that he knew that in the past his focus was upon himself and building the ministry, but now the time has come that this must stop and that we must all come together. He wanted to help. All three of us were dressed in clerical suits with collars. In the dream, I also went to say hello again to his wife.

Next door to the church was another church. This was a church that was attended by white people. The people were in a crowd that was waiting to go in. I wondered what was going on. Outside the church, the pastor was sitting at a table taking registration and details from the people.

I was drawn to his antics. As I left the previous crowd, the Lord said to me, ‘Tell the people to repent, or I cannot heal them’. He said this twice. My heart cried deeply; the people need to repent, or they won’t be healed. I could feel the depth of my cry in my sleeping body.

I went through the crowd to see what was happening. I walked by the table where the pastor was sitting. I made my way through the crowd towards two women. I assume they were mother and daughter.

I grabbed the young women’s arm and told her not to go in and that she must repent and know that salvation is through Jesus Christ. I repeated my message. The pastor rose from his seat came towards me, and told me that I cannot speak to them like this. I repeated my message to the women and left the scene. Dream end.


The message would seem very clear. There is much division in the church now. If it is not enough that our doctrines have separated us, then our cultures have. The dream highlighted both cultural and ethnic influences that have divided us. Cultures bring flavour but not all flavours are sweet or savoury. Sometimes they just don’t mix. The feast offering — His bread of life — is given by God for us all to enjoy, but when we influence the Master's recipe we find that new and peculiar tastes don’t always sit well on the palate.

How do you think a top chef would feel if you tell him that his meal needs more of an ingredient or the addition of something else, or an artist needs to add more blue into his sky, or a poet more words to his ode?

This is a diversion, but what I am trying to say is that we cannot mess with what God offers. If we eat something that is not good for us we will come ill. Decades of bad food and unhealthy eating will breed generations of sick people.

When we look at the house of Jacob, we see the whole nation of Israel. Each tribe had a different way, gift, character and position in the land. However, they were all Israel, the children of Jacob, the chosen of YHVH, and they had to act as such - family.

How do you think God feels when he see His family divided and His children sick? How does any parent feel if they see this within their own family?

I noticed in looking back at the dream that the people from the church attended by white people did not go to help those in the African church. This is not a message or instruction to attend to the situation today, but what it highlights in the symbology of the dream, is the stark black and white differences.

The message of repentance is a deeply profound one. Repentance allows us to begin a journey towards God. That means that we will get to understand more about Him and in doing so, find wisdom.

The book of Proverbs admonishes us to obtain wisdom, and psalm 119 speaks of the delight in His word.

We cannot achieve either of these if we do not first have repentance. God’s word is healing to our bones. It brings life and breath to broken bodies. It restores our souls. If we repent, we drink from the wellspring of life. If we hunger for righteousness, we are filled, — food and drink — body and blood. Without it there is no redemption or remission of sin.

However, we must continue to walk a repentant life everyday. In doing so, we are walking the kingdom highway.

Those who have been enlightened, walk with Christ as a disciple, and have been given the grace to seek the mystery of the kingdom of heaven, but to those who do not receive, do not so, because they do not repent. Isa 6:9-10. This is the passage reiterated in Matt 13.

9 He said, “Go and tell this people:“‘Be ever hearing, but never understanding; be ever seeing, but never perceiving.’10 Make the heart of this people calloused; make their ears dull and close their eyes. Otherwise they might see with their eyes, hear with their ears, understand with their hearts, and turn (repent) and be healed.” Jesus gave this example in Matthew 13:10-16 NIV

The understanding of dreams may not always come at the time, and may sometimes be in parts. Sometimes the dreamer will interpret, sometimes someone else must do the interpreting. Sometimes the dreams are for the individual, sometimes they are for the corporate. Symbology can be peculiar and personal to the dreamer in order for the dreamer to understand the broad interpretation. In Peter’s vision for example, the Lord showed him something that would break down the wall of enmity. He was shown un-kosher/ unclean or profane foods to represent the Gentiles, who were considered unclean. When God showed him the meaning, the penny dropped. Peter’s revelation brought profound change to the Jew and Gentile world. The message of the gospel was for everyone.

In order to finalise the most important part of the message, the Lord brought to me this morning my dream and these words together.

In Matthew 12:33-46 Jesus speaks two things specifically in this passage, and also highlights how a person will not gain entry into His family.

It’s all to do with bearing good fruit. However, Jesus also highlights the error of seeking a miracle and gives the sign of Jonah.

12:33 “Make a tree good and its fruit will be good, or make a tree bad and its fruit will be bad, for a tree is recognised by its fruit. 34 You brood of vipers, how can you who are evil say anything good? For the mouth speaks what the heart is full of. 35 A good man brings good things out of the good stored up in him, and an evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in him. 36 But I tell you that everyone will have to give account on the day of judgment for every empty word they have spoken.

37 For by your words you will be acquitted, and by your words you will be condemned.”

The Sign of Jonah

v38 Then some of the Pharisees and teachers of the law said to him, “Teacher, we want to see a sign from you.”39 He answered, “A wicked and adulterous generation asks for a sign! But none will be given it except the sign of the prophet Jonah. 40 For as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of a huge fish, so the Son of Man will be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth. 41 The men of Nineveh will stand up at the judgment with this generation and condemn it; for they repented at the preaching of Jonah, and now something greater than Jonah is here. 42 The Queen of the South will rise at the judgment with this generation and condemn it; for she came from the ends of the earth to listen to Solomon’s wisdom, and now something greater than Solomon is here.43 “When an impure spirit comes out of a person, it goes through arid places seeking rest and does not find it. 44 Then it says, ‘I will return to the house I left.’ When it arrives, it finds the house unoccupied, swept clean and put in order. 45 Then it goes and takes with it seven other spirits more wicked than itself, and they go in and live there. And the final condition of that person is worse than the first. That is how it will be with this wicked


Jesus’ Mother and Brothers

46 While Jesus was still talking to the crowd, his mother and brothers stood outside, wanting to speak to him. 47 Someone told him, “Your mother and brothers are standing outside, wanting to speak to you.”48 He replied to him, “Who is my mother, and who are my brothers?” 49 Pointing to his disciples, he said, “Here are my mother and my brothers. 50 For whoever does the will of my Father in heaven is my brother and sister and mother.”

An impure spirit will come into a house or a person where there is sin. If we deny that we do not need to repent, or do not know how to repent, then we become sick and unstable. Our view of sin changes. In other words what we deem as acceptable will not line up with God’s righteousness.

When I look around me, I see the plants that grow from seeds: the sun that rises in the morning, the children that God has blessed me with, the formation of a child or a creature in the womb of its mother — the animals and creatures that make the world that God created their home. I see the planets and stars that never move out of their courses. These are all miracles. But when the one who created these things stands before us and we have the audacity to ask Him to perform a miracle, we are asking for trouble.

What was the miracle the Pharisees wanted to see? What could possibly persuade them to think Yeshua was who He said He was? Yeshua would only give them one sign - the sign of Jonah.

He not only highlights His death and resurrection, He highlights the fact that the sinful, but repentant Ninevah will judge and condemn this wicked generation. He points out that even the pagan ‘Queen of the South’ who sought Solomon’s wisdom will rise in judgement.

This highlights the irony that those who seemed so far off will come to judge those to whom the message was given, and that includes you and me, every believer.

The remaining passage also shows that an unrepentant is like one possessed by an unclean spirit. An unrepentant rejects the truth about his wickedness. Thus his state becomes far worse.

When the church focuses its message on the goodness of God and fails to balance it out by saying that God also disciplines the ones He loves, then it fails to point out the significance of the value of repentance.

Jesus spoke of repentance when He taught His disciples to pray. It is in the Lord’s instruction on how to pray — there for all to see! But the message from the pulpit does not put emphasis on wickedness, and thus many people believing they are saved, will find out that they are not considered a servant, a friend, a mother, sister or brother of Christ. Take a little closer look at that list. There is no father, because there is only the One, and the others are all members of a family.

Some sayings of the Lord seem difficult to understand, but if they seem mysterious, we need to consider why we can’t understand them. Maybe it’s just us.

Listen, if you want to get closer to the Lord, ‘REPENT’, first. Then continue to walk in the way He has called you. What is most important is to listen first and foremost to His voice, and then to others. If you hear the same message coming from someone else, then you know that they are worth your attention.

The body needs to repent so that God can heal it. The body of Christ bears His name. This is the meaning of this passage of scripture.

You have to understand this and not use it out of context.

2 Chronicles 7:14

14 then, if my people, who bear my name, will humble themselves, pray, seek my face and turn from their evil ways, I will hear from heaven, forgive their sin and heal their land.

When sickness and calamity come we must realise whether they are simply natural conditions or supernatural events. When God judges, they are supernatural.

The book of Jonah reads: 3:10 When God saw their deeds, that they turned from their wicked way, then God relented concerning the calamity which He had declared He would bring upon them. And He did not do it.

I believe that God desires to show us mercy instead of judgement. That’s why He has allowed us the process of repentance. Repentance is not about saying you are sorry, once. It’s about seeing your wickedness, turning to the truth and walking in forgiveness. It’s not about walking in perfection. The Hebrew word for repentance, is ‘teshuvah’. It means to return back to God and be resolved in walking in His ways every day. Note: seeing, turning, walking, and returning are all indicative of action.

We are taught that the way we act must be through ‘Faith’. If we are not responding through faith that then gives us something to repent about.

Finally, repentance will heal our sickness, but first we must recognise that we are sick, and that we have transgressed a wonderful, loving and righteous God, and that we need the Master’s healing touch.



Part Two.

Date - Dispatch 17/1021


This is an update to my dispatch, ‘If You Do Not repent’. 11/10/21

I do not intend this to be a protracted comment, only to say that this is what the Lord revealed to me this morning as an addendum to my last message.

I believe you will gain further understand as we focus on the passages I have outlined.

Isaiah 3 & Ezekiel 8 - 15.

So let’s get straight in.

In Isaiah 3 we read the indictment upon the leaders and the state of the society. It predicts the outcome of God’s judgment upon the provision of Jerusalem and Judah.

It also addresses a society where governance is turned over into the hands of youth. This is the result of the removal of the elderly, and specifically, of the wise. This raises a question; why did the wise relinquish authority?

We have seen for many decades the results of handing our social infrastructure into the hands of an agenda that focuses upon the youth. We cannot help but be bewildered by the woke rhetoric and narrative of the tolerance of all things, good or bad. Society, in my opinion and despite the pandemic, has thus never been so divided.

In July 2010, the United Nations General Assembly created UN Women, the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women.

So what’s the outcome?

We have seen the move to create a feminisation of society.

Isaiah 3:13, reveals the outcome; fundamentally, the manhood of society is lost, which leaves a void. The pride of the women, the daughters of Zion, is their downfall, as YHVH strips them of their fine clothing and adornment. The lack of men, creates the void of husbands, and so we see that seven women will wish to join themselves to one man. Ch4:1

The revolution of youth in the late 1950’s and 60’s, threw the world into the pit of sin and debauchery. The sexual and perverse years of free love released the pandemic of sexual disease, idolatry, pornography and abortion, which prevail throughout the earth. In addition sexual gender reassignments and identities, can be nothing else but a perverse and morphing spirit, that reflects the identity crisis among God’s people. We know this to be part of the pattern, as Israel also found it difficult to maintain her own identity when she experienced periods of exile and captivity. We must realise, therefore, that when God’s people are not where they should be, then they are in exile.

The spirit of depravity is dispensed upon the wicked generation and brings the delusion. It is added to by a narcissistic spirit that focuses upon itself and apportions value from the praise of others. This is idolatry.

God speaks in the Ezekiel passage,Ch9:9, saying that the sin of Israel is great and that He is now going to deal with the elders. We see the number 70 allotted to this group, ch8:11. This number represents the number of the nations. Therefore, judgement comes upon the government of the nations and thus the people suffer.

Chapter 9 is also significant because it tells us that those who have received the mark of YHVH upon their foreheads will be saved.

Friends, judgement begins in the house of God, and upon the heads of government. Lot was saved because God heard the cry of the righteous. God judged the sin of Sodom and the cities, because He had to. God has to judge sin and we should not be afraid of asking Him to do so. When we repent God tempers His judgement with mercy. This does not mean however, that we will not witness the judgement to come.

The voice of the prophet is rising up in our nation and it must declare the will and word of the Lord. On a side note, in the natural, we find it hard to save the things we need and throw away the things that no longer have value or any use. The judgement upon the house of YHVH is His process of house clearing. When YHVH instructed Moses to tell the people to prepare for Passover, they had to do a spring clean before they could make the bread. The leaven had to be removed. This is the process of cleansing, and repentance. He marked their homes before judgement came and then He delivered them. Consider the process and prepare.

Please read Isaiah 3 & Ezekiel Chapter 8-15.

Many of us are familiar with the passages within Deuteronomy 28. The weight of this chapter lay heavily on me this morning (18/12/21) during my time in prayer. There are fifteen verses that cover the blessings of YHVH. In the chapter we see specifically that the term ‘enjoined’ is used to

bookend these verses.

The term ‘enjoined’ is used in reference to the priesthood. The word ‘Levi’, means joiner, or enjoined. We see therefore, that YHVH enjoined the priesthood to Him. If we are to consider that we too, are a priesthood then we are enjoined to Him also, and the blessings and the curses apply to us. That is why the breeching of them demands a very severe response.

In a nutshell, the Ezekiel passages speak of the judgement upon the house of God and the Isaiah passages upon the judgement on a wicked generation and their effects upon its society — having turned away from YHVH’s law.

Finally, I ask that you spend time in the reading of the passages. Put aside your familiarity of them and ask the Lord to reveal something new to you. Preach the severity of the Lord’s rod and staff, declare the desire of the Lord to heal our land and bring about the returning of our hearts to Him. That is His desire, for His great love for us knows no bounds. He is shaking the heavens and the earth.

Last night, I watched a video that covered a recent 6.4 magnitude earthquake in Dubai. The heavy trucks on the desert highway rattled upon their chassis, the sand plumed into clouds of dust as the mountains shook, and men found it hard to stand upon the earth. Catastrophic weather events, and volcanic activity are ravaging the earth. As I have said, there are natural events and supernatural events. The latter comes from God and His commands direct the powers and principalities in the heavens.

If our understanding of the patterns by which God uses to show us His mighty acts are correct, we will see that His people will experience judgment before their deliverance. We need to understand this.

If we cry out to the Lord, declaring that we want to live as He commanded, and cry from the depths of our bowels, if we declare that we want to and will return to Him, and that we do not want His judgments upon us, He will hear us. How can a people who say they love him, not wish to live the life that Messiah Yeshua showed us? His Way brings us deliverance from the curses and allows us to live abundantly under the covering and shelter of His wings.

Finally, one might say that the message of repentance has always been the same. We must first understand that there is a difference in the Greek and Hebrew understanding of repentance. The Hebrew word 'Teshuvah', means to turn back or around. It fundamentally means to be radical and resolved in walking the way of God's law or teachings. This is Torah!

God's word always comes first to the prophet. They word that is brought is one of warning, repentance and restoration. However, scripture tells us that the prophetic word is often ignored because it is notwelcome. The message of repentance prepares the way of the Lord and for judgement. It provides a window of grace for us to get ourselves right with God. If we think of the first message going out at 11:40, and the next at 11:45, and the next at 11:55, we see the minute hand getting closer to the hour. I believe the minute hand is about to strike midnight and that's why the message of repentance, is now so intense.

Please continue to pray and ask the Lord how we can do this individually and corporately. Time is short as the hour approaches.

I leave this message in your care.



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