I saw an angel, very tall, like a couple of hundred feet, with a trumpet in his hand. He stood on the land. I could see some of the states underneath where he stood. He was standing in the Midwest area (United States). I don’t know if the location is significant or not because nothing was specified regarding it.
The angel looked up and then made an announcement. He said,
“Judgment has been declared, judgment has been declared!”
He then proceeded to put the trumpet to his mouth, to blow it. I saw a wave sweep across the land, and a great wail came forth from the people. I saw the cries rise up to heaven. There was a pause, like a space in time. It only lasted a few seconds. Afterwards, I saw a move of God like I’ve never seen before.
A war is coming.
As with all things, take this to prayer.
Mena Lee Grebin
Faithful Walk Healing Ministries
Author: Mena Lee Grebin
Mena Lee Grebin is a end-prophetess and overseer of Faithful Walk Healing Ministries, which was founded in 2007. Born and raised in Chicago, Mena began having spiritual encounters and heavenly visitations at only the tender age of six. At the age of seven, her calling was revealed to her parents by a prophetess sent to mentor her mother. Through the unction of the Holy Spirit, specific instructions were given on how to raise Mena; which was told would prepare her for a powerful ministry that would be quote, “That of the last days before the return of Christ.” Mena later received the fire-baptism of the Holy Spirit at the age of fifteen. In 2007, the Lord instructed Mena to sell everything and relocate to Charlotte, North Carolina, where He would teach her how to ‘bring water to the desert.’ And now, for over a decade, the Lord has used her in touching the lives of people who are in need of forgiveness, deliverance and healing. Mena Lee Grebin is an ordained prophet and minister. Her spiritual covering and accountability is through Bishops Ralph and Margaret Parker of River of Life Family Church, who’s founder is the late Dr. Lester Sumrall. Mena has Jewish roots through maternal grandparents, from the tribe of Levi.
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