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Mary Ann Brown’s 1976 Visions

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The Vision of the Lord – April 1976
Given to Mary Ann Brown

Hab 2:2-3

Then the Lord answered me and said:

“Write the vision
And make it plain on tablets,
That he may run who reads it.
3 For the vision is yet for an appointed time;
But at the end it will speak, and it will not lie.
Though it tarries, wait for it;
Because it will surely come,
It will not tarry.


I saw pictures and words.  The words that I saw under each picture appeared branded in fire.


The vision opens in New York with the Statue of Liberty, she was tilted; they had put her up on crutches and covered her with paint.


When you see her this way it is the beginning of great sorrow and deception for your nation.


In this vision I saw a map of the United States with lights big and small all over.  I knew they were churches.  A sonic boom comes and shakes the map.  Some stay the same, others become bigger.

Revival has come by the Power of God.


Do not be deceived it is the Angel of light


I saw Banks with pad locks on the doors, one after another.


The God of America will fail, and not provide bringing great confusion on the earth.


I saw large businesses no longer there – Gone.  Broke.  Devastation.  All Hope Gone.


Difficult times.   Fear will be released, money tight.  Will effect the church where she will become more money minded than people minded.

Gold will rise in prices.  People will try to find security in gold, but it will not be found.

This will set up the New World Monetary System.


I saw a black cloud enter many people.  They were filled with confusion, depression, and hopelessness.


Suicide will follow the spirit of death: Pills and Guns will be seen on the up rise.


I saw earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.  Drastic weather changes in California, Texas, Alabama, Tennessee, Washington, and Alaska, off the Richter scale.  St. Louis.  Volcanoes of great forces.  Whole cities being destroyed.


God causing Fear, so men will hear the call: Return, Repent


I saw food lines as far as the eye could see: food will begin to dwindle, because of no rain and floods.  It will be a difficult time, men will go wild because of a spirit to survive: Anger – Riots – Murder.  People will fear to come out of their houses.


Return to the Cross to die of self.  The church will stop preaching the Cross and its Power: Life in the Blood.


I saw epidemics break out everywhere.  Medical help will be impossible to have for many.  Return of diseases that once were gone.


Even many of my people will forget I am Jehovah Rapha (the healer), because of what I see.


I saw hell come down to deceive, if possible even God’s people.  The morals inside the church will be the same as the world.  A demonic spirit of perversion and filth, so intense it will turn men’s minds to evil, many will fall inside the church because of a love affair with the world, not with Me.


My people must hear as in the days of Noah: They must come out of “religion” into relationships and enter into Covenant.  They will not believe that a flood is coming.  MANY


I saw an up rise in Homosexuality.  It will begin to be accepted in the government, in the educational system, in the family, in the church.  In the church same sex marriages will be encouraged to live free.  The moral fiber of the country will cave in.


People will love themselves not God.  My people must press into having passion for God.


I saw ministry coming down like falling stars, because of immorality.  Divorce, Affairs, Homosexuality.  Sin not dealt with, none of which bring shame nor carry a stigma any longer.  Satan in many cases will win their hearts, because they refuse to lay the axe to the root and they will have no discernment.


Take heart, I will come to cleanse and judge my house.  It belongs to me.  Endure to the end!  I Am with you and will not forsake you.


I saw the Bible opened wide, false doctrines that make man turn to End-Time events.  Faith centered on man rather than on truth.  Extremes will draw people away with itching ears.  The Antichrist and End-Times will be more important than the Angel of light inside the church.  Families will fall apart because of the focus on the wealth instead of home surrendering to Jesus Christ and His Lordship.  Focus on End-Times instead of the time we are now living in.


Be not deceived by all that sounds right and good, it will be an hour where it is not “Right vs. Wrong” but “God’s way vs. Man’s way” and “God’s way vs. Easy way”.


I saw gangs on the up rise, substitute families – no communication with parents – no love – no time invested.  The TV will become their parents.  Full of crime.  Violence, Sex, Anger, Rebellion.


Many will not see because they are so caught up in self, they have little or not time for their children.  They cannot hear their cry.


I saw hypocrites rise in the church: drinking drugs sex will be in preacher’s lives.  The will preach against these very things while they themselves are engaged in sinful activities.  The church will begin to loose her influence with believers in the world.


Remember: the enemy, in the last days, will come into the church.  Watch, Fast, Pray.  There will be a Great Falling Away!


I saw riots, chaos, murder, lack of food, people will be like animals.  It will make room for the One World Government, the One World Money, and the One World Church.  The Antichrist spirit will be behind it.  I saw government, civilians, military and churches being moved.  Make room for the Antichrist – in the midst of desperation, depression and lawlessness.


Guard your heart and mind to stay focused on Him and His Kingdom.


I saw Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Washington State, Washington D.C., Boston, Newark, New York City, Nashville, Little Rock on fire. cities burning. St. Louis on fire.


Look to me, I am the Author and Finisher of your faith.  Look up, I am very near.


I saw land burned — Oceans, Rivers, and Seas full of death.  I saw the whole earth groaning for His coming.


Tell my church to wake up, Return to Me.  I am the only hope!  Men’s hearts will fail from fear.  Stay full of the Holy Ghost.  I am in control.

I believe Christians in the days and years ahead will be tested and tempted.

Remember: He is a deliverer.
Remember: We are not destined for destruction.

His kingdom is coming on earth.

Stay Faithful to Him

The Charter For Compassion: Another Huge Step Towards A One World Religion?

The Charter For Compassion One World Religion

Inspired by a former nun, The Charter For Compassion, composed by leading thinkers in many different faiths, was unveiled to the public on Thursday, November 12th.  At first glance, The Charter for Compassion sounds very noble as it encourages everyone to embrace the “principle of compassion” that “lies at the heart of all religious, ethical and spiritual traditions”.  However, it is when the document calls for “a positive appreciation” of “religious diversity” that its agenda becomes clear.  The truth is that The Charter For Compassion represents yet another huge step towards a one world religion, and a bunch of big names are openly supporting it.  The charter’s growing list of “affirmers” includes the Dalai Lama, Queen Noor of Jordan, Grand Mufti of Egypt Sheikh Ali Gomaa, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, author Deepak Chopra, author Sir Ken Robinson, actress Goldie Hawn and musician Paul Simon.

The Charter For Compassion sprang from a wish former nun Karen Armstrong was granted in 2008 at a prestigious Technology, Entertainment and Design Conference.  Armstrong is a British author who has penned quite a few works on comparative religion, including the highly successful “A History Of God”.  She has long promoted the idea that all major religious traditions have the same core truths.

Now she has enlisted major religious leaders from across the globe to write and promote The Charter For Compassion, which is little more than a thinly veiled attempt to promote a one world religion.  The Charter For Compassion is posted online in seven different languages, and you can view it for yourself right here…..

The document itself is quite short, and the key language is actually found mostly in the 3rd paragraph.

In the 3rd paragraph, The Charter For Compassion states that it is time for humanity “to return to the ancient principle that any interpretation of scripture that breeds violence, hatred or disdain is illegitimate”.

First of all, where in the world did the authors of this document come up with this ancient principle?

The truth is that they have come up with it out of thin air.

It is certainly not a Christian principle.

I wonder how John 14:6 would be “interpreted” by the authors.

John 14:6 says this…..

Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.

That seems clear enough.

Jesus says that He is the only way to God.

But not according to The Charter For Compassion.

According to The Charter For Compassion, we are “to ensure that youth are given accurate and respectful information about other traditions, religions and cultures”.

The reality is that this goes directly against how God directed us to live in the Ten Commandments.

In Exodus 20:3-6, God instructs us in the first two of the Ten Commandments that we are to have nothing to do with other gods…..

“You shall have no other gods before me. You shall not make for yourself an idol in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below. You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the LORD your God, am a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the fathers to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me, but showing love to a thousand {generations} of those who love me and keep my commandments.”

But you see that just doesn’t fly in today’s new “politically correct” world.

Instead, The Charter For Compassion commands us “to encourage a positive appreciation of cultural and religious diversity”.

Compare that language with what God told the people of Israel in Deuteronomy 8:19…..

If you ever forget the LORD your God and follow other gods and worship and bow down to them, I testify against you today that you will surely be destroyed.

The truth is that the Lord God does not tolerate the worship of idols or false gods.

He never has and He never will.

But for the drafters of The Charter For Compassion, any “god” that you want to believe in is fine, just as long as you “respect” all of the other “gods” that other people want to worship.

In addition, for the drafters of The Charter For Compassion, “a positive appreciation of cultural and religious diversity” means that you should never try to “evangelize” people from other religions because that just would not be very “tolerant” of you.

But the reality is that if you love others, you will help them find eternal life through Jesus Christ.

In John 3:36 it says this…..

“Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life, but whoever rejects the Son will not see life, for God’s wrath remains on him.”

That is what the truth is.  Those who belong to Jesus will have eternal life.  All others will not.

That may sounds “intolerant” to the drafters of The Charter For Compassion, but it is the loving truth.

What the drafters of The Charter For Compassion are doing is promoting the establishment of a one world religion which will one day worship the Antichrist as “the one” that all the major world religions have been waiting for.

To learn more about how the coming one world religion will pave the way for the Antichrist, we encourage you to read our previous article on the subject: Will The Messianic Expectations Of All Major World Religions Pave The Way For Antichrist?

 A video presentation of The Charter For Compassion is posted below.  As you watch this short video, watch for how truth is carefully mixed with deception to promote the idea that all religions need to come together…..

One World Religion

Will the messianic expectations of all the major world religions pave the way for the rise of the Antichrist? The reality is that all of the major world religions on earth are awaiting a “Messianic figure” who will bring dramatic changes to the earth. Could the coming Antichrist use these expectations to establish his own kingdom?

Religious expectations can be a very, very powerful thing. The reality is that whether a particular religion is true or false, the people who believe those religions desperately want them to be true. Thus, during a time of extreme crisis in the future, it could potentially be quite easy for a world leader to tap into those religious expectations for his own benefit, especially if that world leader is able to tap into the supernatural and perform his own miracles.

For example, those who are Christians look forward to the day when Jesus Christ will return to this earth. Hundreds of millions of people believe that Jesus will return to this planet someday and will make things right. But specific beliefs about that return vary greatly from denomination to denomination.

Considering the fact that Christians seem to know their Bibles less than ever these days, could a supernaturally powerful future world leader who promises to bring peace and prosperity during a time of extreme crisis fool many Christians into thinking that Jesus has come back?

Probably so.

But Christians are not the only ones who are looking for a Messiah.

Jews believe that the Messiah has not come at all yet. One of the core beliefs of Judaism is the coming of a future Messiah who will be the great hero of the Jewish nation.

Connected with this belief is that this future Messiah will be involved in the rebuilding of the Temple and the resumption of Temple sacrifices. Could a future world leader who helps the Jews rebuild their Temple come to be regarded as their Messiah?

Most Christians and Jews don’t realize that Islam is looking forward to a Messianic figure as well. In Islam, that figure is know as “the Mahdi” and the expectation is that this supernatural figure will bring great deliverance to the Islamic world.

Belief in “the Mahdi” is predominantly a Shiite belief, but there are a large number of Sunnis that are looking forward to the coming of “the Mahdi” as well.

Iranian President Mahmoud’s Ahmadinejad is among those who are obsessed with this Shiite Islamic messiah figure.  Perhaps that explains his seeming lack of fear of Western military power.  According to public statements by Ahmadinejad, he believes that he is actually preparing the way for the Mahdi, and that even if Islam experiences short-term defeats, the reality is that the Mahdi is coming and Islam will be ultimately triumphant.

Of course the truth is that “the Mahdi” is not coming, but could the Antichrist tap into this messianic belief as well?

But it doesn’t end with those three religions.

Buddhists and New Agers are looking forward to the coming of a “Lord Maitreya”. 

According to Buddhist tradition, Maitreya is a “bodhisattva” who will some day appear on Earth, achieve total enlightenment, and will teach “the pure dharma”.

In fact, prominent New Age gurus in the West openly declare that either Maitreya has come (but has not yet been revealed to the world) or that he is coming very soon.  World famous New Age teacher Benjamin Creme has made headlines around the world for years with his pronouncements regarding the Maitreya, but so far the promised world teacher has not yet appeared on the scene.

Could the Antichrist some day appear and claim to be the Maitreya?

Hindus are anticipating a messianic figure as well.  Many Hindus are expecting the coming of a figure known as “Kalki”.

Wikipedia explains the expectations regarding “Kalki” this way…..


Contemporary Hindu eschatology is linked in the Vaishnavite tradition to the figure of Kalki, or the tenth and last avatar of Vishnu before the age draws to a close, and Shiva simultaneously dissolves and regenerates the universe.


But the truth is that the discussion above represents just the tip of the iceberg regarding messianic expectations.  Other ancient religions speak of a future “return of the gods”.  Many modern UFO cults have some really bizarre messianic expectations.  Various pagan, Wiccan, occult and Luciferian groups actively look forward to a coming leader, although these beliefs can vary widely.

However, even though there is variance among different religious traditions, the truth is that almost all major religions are looking forward to something – and in most cases that “something” involves a person.

Could the future Antichrist use these expectations by attempting to apply them to himself?

Could the future Antichrist claim to be the Christian Jesus, the Jewish Messiah, the Islamic Mahdi, the Buddhist Maitreya and the Hindu Kalki all at the same time?

Could this be what happens when all of the major religions merge into the one world religion prophesied in the book of Revelation?

The reality is that such a scenario is not going to happen tomorrow, but as the world descends into times of great crisis, the rise of a supernatural world leader become more likely.