Earthquake in the City
A prophecy now being fulfilled
Almost 30 years ago it was made known to me that a Mighty Earthquake would impact the City of London. Already, since the prophecy was first given, the financial markets have been dramatically shaken. I believe that there is more shaking to come and this will be accompanied by a physical earthquake in the south of England. The reasons for this are clearly stated in the prophecy itself.
The likelihood that this will be both a physical and financial shaking was confirmed when Dr Musson of the British Geological Survey gave a press release in 2010 that appeared in every national newspaper (either on Thursday 16th or Friday 17th September). He warned that London is overdue for an earthquake that could cause billions of pounds’ worth of damage.
What does the prophecy mean?
This prophecy came to me with such clarity that I could write it down as if it was being dictated. The first words are "My children"; it is addressed to the Christian Church. Judgement is coming to Europe, but in particular to Great Britain in the form of a mighty earthquake that will swallow up the whole City. Although not stated I believe that the earthquake will be both physical and financial, and will affect the whole world, as London is its number one financial centre.
God is calling for repentance from unrighteousness: the Church in Britain is told to repent, and wake up. Our condition requires urgent attention, as the return of Jesus Christ draws near.
If the Church repents it is given a threefold promise: 1) Judgement withheld. 2) Revival and 3) Protection from Satan in the life of the Nation. God is warning us of serious consequences of staying in the EU. God is encouraging us not to lose heart, but to pray without ceasing, for then we will see the salvation of the Lord.
It is time for the alarm to be sounded all over Great Britain. Please read the words of the prophecy and test it prayerfully for yourself. God has spoken and we must respond across the entire nation.
See Paul Slennett and Clifford Denton's TV interview (approx. run time 1hr 15mins):