Not to worry, according to another prophecy preacher things are going to get so bad in America there is going to be a mass exodus of people leaving the country. According to this prophecy preacher, America will then cease to exist. Now isn't that comforting!
Amen! Our call is to spread the Gospel, build up others in Christ, teach them to share the Gospel and disciple others. I know of several who have got caught up in this sort of thing. Including an elderly man I would have thought would know better. He even bought a bunch of John Hagee books and started passing them out to everyone. Give a couple hundred dollars to a missionary or use the money to drive to an event or other location to share the Gospel or help disciple new believers, or buy a couple more buckets of dried food? Which may count for eternity and what might be burned in the fire. What will be more important if a doomsday arrives, the state of peoples stomachs or the state of their soul?
I'm seen now even some secular writers are picking up on some of these many end times, doomsday speculations, and writing articles on the "Babylon Code" (ever notice how many books have been written over the years claiming to have discovered a hidden code in Scripture?), Newton's theory, this or that "new revelation" on the book of Daniel, special insights into Revelation, etc. I read a piece the other day saying devastation will hit us (America and perhaps the world!) in September and/or October. Then, to cover themselves they said the bad stuff could just begin in those months and the actual doom hit next year or later. So, time to buy those survival buckets of dried food, cases of bottled water, some first aid supplies and make sure you have a very large stash of toilet paper! For some reason, I don't notice Christian doomsday preppers ever telling folks to make sure they have Bibles in their stockpile.
I saw this story online the other day, but have not seen anything about it since. I've not seen or heard anything on TV or radio. When I saw the story online I wondered if perhaps they hadn't used the Bible to beat him in the head. When the criminals aren't white the media protects them. Like the other day when the black man murdered the two white news people he had once worked with. He even stated he killed them because they were white and he hoped to start a race war. The media quickly turned away from those facts and began trying to make the story about gun violence and the need to restrict guns. And "fair and balanced" Fox News, they chose to drop that part of the story too and instead decided to focus on mental health. That liberal loon and Fox News employee even stated the 2nd Amendment was the stupidest thing in the Constitution and should be abolished. That set the other talking heads with him off into their mantra about mental health. No, nothing to see here, there is no Muslim war against the West and Christianity; there is no war of blacks against whites and police. The real danger is that Hulk Hogan was caught speaking racist comments because someone recorded a private conversation where he used that dreaded "N word" which most all blacks use, most all people of other races who spend much time with or around blacks, most all rap and hip-hop stars use and people of every race sing along with, and most Hollywood actors use or have used in their movies. Yep, it's Hulk Hogan who is the real danger to America and Fox News made sure they covered that story again today so we don't forget just how racist and evil white folks are.
Actual Holy Ghost revivals are typically preceded by prayer warriors who have engaged in consistent, persevering prayer for such over months or years. What passes for revival meetings in American churches is actually no more than an evangelistic service. For the most part we are far too busy or lazy to do what would be needed for God to send forth actual revival.
I've heard it preached the verse in Amos is referring to the time (about 400 years) between the end of the Old Covenant and what we know as the New Covenant. For 400 years there was no new revelation from God. God sent forth no prophets. Then John the Baptist, the voice of one crying in the wilderness arrived. Until John, there had been four centuries of famine of hearing the Word of God.