Civil War Coming to the Church in America

Neville Johnson

Neville Johnson

Three prophetic Christian ministers are claiming difficult days are ahead for the church in America as a major civil war is coming. These warnings have come from Neville Johnson and Bob Jones, while Bobby Conner sees a radical Christian revolution coming.

Prophetic minister Neville Johnson says the war will be waged in every available media format including the Internet, magazines, Facebook, Twitter, etc. He claims, “It is going to be very vicious. It is going to center around moving in the realm of the spirit.”

He sees great criticism coming upon anyone who claims to see angels, or see the Lord, or visit heaven, or talk to people who are in heaven. The Lord said to Neville Johnson, “I am taking my church through the supernatural veil, and those who don’t follow, or don’t want it, or stand against it will be left behind.”

This war will be a reflection of civil war that is coming to the United States. He says, “This nation is going to see civil war for a period of time.” In the end, he claims there will be a purer church that will go on into the things of God and the church will become the spotless church of the last days as prophesied by the Apostle Paul, “That He might present to Himself the church in all her glory, having no spot or wrinkle or any such thing; but that she would be holy and blameless.” (Ephesians 5:27)

 

Prophetic minister Bob Jones has also seen a civil war coming to the church in America. In his 2012 presentation of his annual Shepherds Rod message, he said:

“America is being called to come into a union. There is coming a civil war in the church. And each and every one of you is going to have a civil war inside of you. It is going to be the gray matter, the rebel, against the blue, the revelation of the son of Heaven.”

“So the Civil War is getting ready to start and the gray has to surrender to the blue because with the gray matter, when you think you have a thing figured out, you don’t. You can only faith it out, and you only faith it out right down here in your spirit. Faith is coming forth. Every one of you is going to have a civil war within you. You are going to have to determine, am I going to figure it out? Well I am telling you, you are not.”

“Should I buy gold? Should I buy silver? Should I buy food? That is all gray matter. It is not going to work. But when you pray and you hear something in your spirit, do that. That is going to work.”

Prophetic minister Bobby Conner, founder of Eagles View Ministries, sees Christianity in America is about to be redefined as the church breaks out of paralyzing passivity and complacency and is transformed by a radical revolution in 2013. He describes a church being totally transformed as their focus shifts from themselves to God and they begin to allow God to do what He wants to do in their meetings. For more details on Bobby Conner’s vision for the church in America, see my previous blog post: Radical Christian Revolution Coming in 2013.

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Author: James Bailey

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Comments

  1. Great word. All of the ”’dishonest”’ rich people will be made poor like me. Glory to God…… Not so to the honest rich. God bless them. They got integrity.

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  2. George Elliott says:

    That a revolution will come to the Church is an understatement. The same revolution will include Judaism and Mormonism. One result will be a unification of Judaism, Christianity and Mormonism. Another result will be a re-enactment of the sinking of the Titanic in which the existing forms of Judaism, Christianity, and Mormonism sink out of sight.

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  3. Neville Johnson quoted from above: He sees great criticism coming upon anyone who claims to see angels, or see the Lord, or visit heaven, or talk to people who are in heaven. The Lord said to Neville Johnson, “I am taking my church through the supernatural veil, and those who don’t follow, or don’t want it, or stand against it will be left behind.” Does that mean Keith Moore’s testimony about going to heaven and talking to his dad in heaven (of which there is also a link to on your website) will be greatly criticized? And, if so, greatly criticized by who? Thank you for your website; I stumbled onto it by accident and have found it very eye-opening,

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    James Bailey Reply:

    Any time people are led by the spirit they are misunderstood by people who are spiritually blind. Many Christians do not follow the leading of the Holy Spirit because they rely too much on their own carnal understanding. They think they already know some things so they are not hungry enough to press into God to be filled with His spirit. All of us are guilty of this to some degree, but some more than others. These carnal Christians think they are fighting for God when they hurl criticism at those who are led by the spirit. In reality they are fighting against God and being used by the devil to attack God’s anointed servants. We should all avoid criticizing other believers and focus on addressing our own shortcomings. Who are we to correct someone else’s servants? God never asked us to do that. He told us not to judge others.

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  4. I agree that some people that are led by the Spirit are misunderstood. But there’s a lot of people out there claiming to be prophets, led by the Spirit, that are just plain false. I am in complete agreement that we should not be slanderers of these people. But we have to call a spade a spade. We are called to judge the messages being brought to us by our pastors, teachers, and yes, even those claiming to be prophets. As Paul put it in 2 Timothy 2:15, we are to rightly divide the truth. If a leader is teaching something that contradicts scripture, they are to be corrected publicly. That’s the Biblical standard for leaders. If they won’t hear, they are to be removed from fellowship. I sincerely hope a civil war does not come to the church. But if it does, it’s almost definitely going to be brought and waged by someone with a reputation on the line.

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    James Bailey Reply:

    Sounds to me like you skipped a couple of very important steps in the correction process. The Bible gives us a 4-step process for correcting anyone. It does not make any difference if they are a leader or not. The process is always the same. The first step is to go speak to them privately, one on one. In the meantime we should keep quiet and not talk to other people about it unless they fail to repent. Then we can move to the second step, which is to go speak with them again privately, but with 2 or 3 witnesses. The third step is public correction. The final step is only used if they still refuse to repent, which is boot them out of the fellowship. “If your brother sins, go and show him his fault in private. If he listens to you, you have won your brother. But if he does not listen to you, take one or two more with you, so that by the mouth of two or three witnesses every fact may be confirmed. If he refuses to listen to them, tell it to the church; and if he refuses to listen even to the church, let him be to you as a Gentile and a tax collector.” (Matthew 18:15-17)

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