DAVID WILKERSON THE VISION BOOK
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Tomorrow won't be better. David Wilkerson tells us about a vision he received. None of the predictions in this book will be unfamiliar to those of us from this. Gold hoarders are going to get hurt ' badly. This is one of the most significant predictions in this book.' David Wilkerson, 'The Vision & Beyond'. David Wilkerson's prophecy from 40 years ago is being fulfilled right now. In his vision, Wilkerson saw the rise of two "super churches" in the last days. in the power of the Holy Spirit like we haven't seen since the Book of.
He founded and became the pastor of Times Square Church ,  which opened its doors in October The church first occupied rented auditoriums in Times Square Town Hall and the Nederlander Theater , before moving to the historic Mark Hellinger Theatre in , in which it has operated ever since. Wilkerson did not preach in the name of any specific denomination.
Instead, he focused on biblical preaching with the aim of encouraging people to seek God through a personal and deeper knowledge of Jesus Christ  and the experience of the Holy Spirit.
He said: I am not preaching some denominational doctrine, This church does not belong to any denomination. We're just Holy Ghost people believing this book [The Bible].
They had four children and eleven grandchildren. Some of the subject areas of this prophecy were: "Worldwide recession caused by economic confusion"; "Nature having labor pains"; "A flood of filth and a baptism of dirt in America"; "Rebellion in the home"; and "A persecution madness against truly Spirit filled Christians who love Jesus Christ".
It will engulf the whole megaplex, including areas of New Jersey and Connecticut.
Major cities all across America will experience riots and blazing fires". Wilkerson indicated that this would be part of a "earth-shattering calamity" affecting the whole earth, brought on by the wrath of God in judgement against "the raging sins of America and the nations".
Regarding the timing of these events, he said: "I do not know when these things will come to pass, but I know it is not far off.
He was pronounced dead at the scene, less than a month from his 80th birthday. According to a Texas Department of Public Safety representative, Wilkerson was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash. Although doctors medically restricted Wilkerson from driving a car, at the time of the accident, Wilkerson was ejected from the drivers seat and onto the highway where his head impacted the roadway. I read over and over though, because the flow of American history has certainly been closely aligned to Rev.
Wilkerson's overall depiction of the future. View 1 comment. Jan 30, Tirza Horvath rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is a very good teaching, it clearly shows that the only way you can be in a better position is to trust God. Without trusting Him, you will very much fail. The last chapter is also something to deeply think about. Nov 03, Sharon rated it it was amazing.
A book that makes you see things differently. Dec 20, Sophie rated it it was amazing. Just amazing, I have no words to describe how I felt while I was reading this book. Mamma, Memaw. This book is about what is coming. It was shown to the author in a vision and he wrote a book about it. Jul 15, Robert Dallmann rated it it was amazing.
The second time I read it Jul 15, Judy Short rated it it was amazing. David Wilkerson in my opinion was a modern day prophet. Nov 04, Shane Savage rated it really liked it.
An awesome and very sobering book, especially as the events he's prophesied are happening now! Sep 10, Gail Welborn rated it it was amazing Shelves: I believe this is the most important book I've ever reviewed outside of Bibles.
However, God did send prophets in the past, such as Ezekiel, Jeremiah and Jonah to prophesy about or warn o I believe this is the most important book I've ever reviewed outside of Bibles. However, God did send prophets in the past, such as Ezekiel, Jeremiah and Jonah to prophesy about or warn of future events. Which raises the question, does God still give prophetic words today.
According to Amos 3: Oct 08, Terri added it Recommended to Terri by: Barb Morgan. I thought this was an excellent book. I read it back in the early 80's and it was written back in the 60's or 70's about future times, and the things are starting to happen or have happened.
Very good! May 20, Jamar rated it it was amazing.
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Fabulous Read! Wilkerson wrote this work in the late 60's and made some alarming predictions regarding the moral and social decline of America such as the demise of the family unit, militant homosexuality, abortion, the explosion of pornography.
It is and his predictions have come to pass. Amazing that this was written over 40 years ago. Jul 14, Royce Ratterman rated it it was amazing. Read for personal research.
I found this work of immense interest. I found this book's contents helpful and inspiring - number rating relates to the book's contribution to my needs. Overall, this work is also a good resource for the researcher and enthusiast.
This book was first published over forty years ago. The prophecies described are essentially what can be found in the Bible and predictions that have been discussed by numerous other Christian writers. There is not much new here. The writing is direct, but rather simplistic. Now, looking retrospectively, one can see how off Wilkerson was in his prophecies.
Wilkerson continuously makes reference to the described events occurring within years or decades. None happened the way he described. Some of the predictions trended as he suggests, but never to the apocalyptic level he said would happen. Some critics believe this makes Wilkerson a "false prophet" who lost credibility with this book. I'll make no judgement concerning Wilkerson's credibility, but for our time this book is little more than an average piece of Christian writing and an artifact that might illuminate the 70's for those who did not live during those times.
The prophecies are interesting when taken into a comparative perspective to other prophetic literature and what the Bible says. The inaccuracy of Wilkerson's timeline as well as the severity of his predicted calamities takes away the credibility of the book and the supposed "Vision" as an actual communication from God.
Would not God have been more precise in his message and the time it would occur?
One might speculate on the whys and hows as to Wilkerson's shortcomings in authoring this book and maybe later editions correct some of the errors. Correction of prophecy is questionable in my eyes so I'm not sure that any addendum or alteration can make this book a more credible source.
The content of the book might make one think about Biblical prophecy as well as examine the history of the past 50 years, but I see little usefulness for any serious student of Biblical prophecy.
The book provides a view into the mindset of evangelicals during the 70's, but no clear evidence of anything specific. If Wilkerson had avoided reference of things soon to happen or happening within a decade, maybe this book would be more relevant to the readers of today.
Jul 03, Jonathan Brenneman rated it it was ok. Although David Wilkerson is a personal hero of mine, I can no longer agree with his views of God constantly being about to destroy the world because of it's evil. Wilkerson was as sincere as you can get in his beliefs. I used to read his sermons regularly as a teenager.
I have a lot of them saved. Looking back, David's influence really helped me in some ways and really hurt me in others.
Most of this book would be the latter-its influence had a very negative impact on my spiritual life. It certa Although David Wilkerson is a personal hero of mine, I can no longer agree with his views of God constantly being about to destroy the world because of it's evil. It certainly did not lead me to love people more or be a better representation of Jesus.
It was the kind of material that led me to be always focusing on sin instead of on the gospel. I later needed to be delivered from that.
The Vision and Beyond by David Wilkerson
David worded his prophesies in the strongest of terms. He stated that no matter how much prayer or intercession went forth, there was no stopping these catastrophic events. He stated with all certainty that certain ones such as a thousand fires burning throughout NYC would happen before his death. Some of the things Wilkerson predicted, such as the spread and accessibility of the vilest of pornography, have been fulfilled.
Others, which he said would certainly happen before his death, did not happen before his death. His book "The New Covenant Unveiled" also had a lot of good material, although I don't remember the details of it very well.The church first occupied rented auditoriums in Times Square Town Hall and the Nederlander Theater , before moving to the historic Mark Hellinger Theatre in , in which it has operated ever since.
I refuse to be drawn into any arguments about when Christians will be evacuated from this earth at the return of Christ. Read for personal research. I've been an avid student of Bible prophecy for over 30 years and it was shortly after we came back from overseas that I experienced what my wife and I both consider an "angelic" visit.
Those ministers and priests who refuse to cheat on their wives, who refuse to indulge in the freedom of the new morality, are going to be the target of the most vicious gossip of all times.