Pastor Louie McGeorge is the is Associate Pastor of New Promise Christian Fellowship and Phoenix House of Prayer in Kansas City, MO. After a week of fasting and praying for our nation in 2015, he received the following prophetic dream:
“In this dream I was with some friends in Kansas City. They were redecorating their home. Taking things off the wall in one of their back rooms and putting them on their wall in the main hallway. Then my old Pastor came in and someone asked him to tell us what he knows. He said, ‘There will be a crash in Germany on the 25th.’ End of dream.”
Note: This dream was previously shared in a post on September 11, 2015.
The dream revealed the day, but not the month or the year, so we’ve been watching for the fulfillment. The recent drops in the stock market might be telling us it is soon.
A likely cause for a crash in Germany is the failure of their largest bank, Deutsche Bank, which has been making news headlines for the past several years due to their financial problems. Last year, market analyst Charles Nenner warned if Deutsche Bank’s stock price dropped below $6.44, they would likely crash to zero. It is currently trading for $5.40. He repeated this warning in the interview shown below in which he also shares the next significant price target is $3.90.
Considering all these things, I’m watching next Wednesday, March 25, as a possible date for the fulfillment of Pastor McGeorge’s prophetic dream.
Author: James Bailey
James Bailey is a blogger, business owner, husband and father of two grown children. In 1982, he surrendered his life to the Lord Jesus Christ. In 2012, he founded Z3news.com to broadcast the message of salvation by reporting end time news before it happens.
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