Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Time to prepare

Before this time I have not felt led to tell people that the time for preparation is immediate. But after the recent earthquake in Japan I feel the Lord wants me to tell you that IT IS TIME. The time for the beginning of the destruction of the USA is very, very near and if you possibly can, you now need to begin storing up supplies for that time. I feel an urgency in my spirit that I had not felt before. No, there is no reason for fear, this is just the time to begin preparing in earnest.

As I was looking at videos of Japan on my computer the last few days one of the things I noticed was people lining up at grocery stores, waiting to be given a chance to get in and purchase what little was available. I remember David Wilkerson saying in his warning that grocery stores empty in a matter of hours after a major catastrophe. That will happen here when an earthquake splits this nation along the New Madrid Fault - an earthquake that will register over 10 on the Richter Scale and will cause destruction like the world has never seen before. What happened in Japan will seem like a minor tremor compared to what is about to happen here.

How much should you store up? At least 30 days worth, more if you can. Begin making a list of the things you use every day - food, water, toiletries, paper towels, feminine supplies, medical supplies, laundry supplies, candles, flashlights and batteries, etc. These items will be in short supply all over the nation within hours after the quake hits. Electricity will be sporadic in many areas of the nation during that time, so prepare for that the best you can as the Lord leads you.

Not everyone will be able to financially afford to do this - that is where faith comes in.  The Lord will provide for most of us what we need to exist on - most of us, but not all. Some of His people will suffer terribly during this time. Remember Paul's testimony that he was hungry, thirsty, homeless, in rags and poorly treated - that will be the testimony of many of you during the days to come, he that endures to the end will be saved.


  1. This confirms, Cliff, something the Lord said to my wife and I very recently during our evening prayer intercession, which He told us several days prior to the Japan earthquake. And this is a direct quote: “The time has come.” “Be prayerful, the time has come.” We, of course, had a general idea of what He was referring to (in eschatological terms), but your insight and follow-up from the Lord serves as a confirmation and sort of an objective substantiator of just how impending the tribulation hour is. It’s to the point where I’m too afraid to turn on the radio or the internet in the morning without the peace and love of our Lord graciously surging through me. We are on a day-by-day countdown. We need Him so desperately NOW. May God’s peace cover His children.


  2. I live in California (fortunately 3 hours away from the coast). After the Japan quake I sensed in my spirit that the tragedy was a warning and that we are next and very, very soon. I don't know if storing up items (at least for my family) is going to do much good if everything is destroyed. I'm trying to just stay close to Him. One thing that I've asked Him over and over is to not only protect my family but use me should I come out alive to minister hope and the love of Christ. Whatever comes next to this nation will definitely test the faith of the true believer like never before. May God give us all the strength and courage needed to endure. Bless you all.

  3. Dear "Anonymous"
    I am really happy to see someone from California at peace. :)
    Keep it up.

    Cool story that I wanted to share about this subject.

    I live with my parents and we had a blizzard a while back. Everyone was at the grocery store buying food and my dad was there shopping. I believe the Holy Spirit revealed to him what it will be like when disaster does happen because after he ordered a YEAR supply of food, (PRAISE YESHUA!) my mother came into my room and said that he said to himself there in the grocery store. "What if something does happen?".
    Thank you Abba for the blizzard!

    I hope this story encourages someone.