Steve Quayle’s Prophecy from ’94 Just Came True and You Won’t Believe What It Says About America’s Future That’s Yet To Be Fulfilled! Plus Mandatory Church Attendance for All? This US Senate Committee Member Seems to Thinks So…


“‘And it shall come to pass in the last days, says God, That I will pour out of My Spirit on all flesh; Your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, Your young men shall see visions,Your old men shall dream dreams. And on My menservants and on My maidservants I will pour out My Spirit in those days; And they shall prophesy.” Acts 2:17-18


When these vision, dreams, and words from God do arrive I believe they deserve our utmost attention—if they genuine. Sadly, many are being ignored today just like the prophet Jeremiah was ignored in his day and yet every word he spoke came to pass. We must be awakened to such issues and stop ignoring them when they do arrive!


In the video below I dive through the prophecy given by God to Steve Quayle back in 1994. In it I reveal how 3/4’s of the things he stated have already come to pass with 1/4 yet to be fulfilled! With a track record like that you won’t want to miss what the Lord has revealed to him about our future and trust me you won’t be disappointed….

Steve Quayle’s 1994 Prophecy on his website:


Additionally, in the video above I stated that an Arizona US Senate Committee Member made a bold statement to “make church mandatory” for all!! Here is that breaking clip byEnd-Times-Prophecy:



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3 replies

  1. A very few people in America understand that the government of the United States of America was NOT founded upon the “Christian religion”. George Washington even said so! America was founded by secular liberal humanists educated in the “seven liberal arts”. If any of you doubt this just find a copy of the book titled “The Humanist Tradition in the West” written by Alan Bullock. In it you will discover that those who founded the nation of America were NOT, in any sense, believers in the “doctrine of Christ”. According to Bullock, “…humanism is…a broad tendency, a dimension of thought and belief…held together not by a unified structure but by certain shared assumptions with certain characteristic problems and topics, which change from one period to the next. The best word I can find to describe it is the humanist tradition.” (Introduction, page 8)


    • The Apostle Paul warned, “See to it that no one makes a prey of you by philosophy and empty deceit, according to human tradition, according to the elemental spirits of the universe, and not according to Christ.” (Colossians 1, chapter 2, verse 8, RSV, 1952)


  2. By the way, Alan Bullock, in his late fifties, was Vice Chancellor of Oxford University. He was a staunch social democrat and supporter of the “humanist tradition”. His father was a “Unitarian” preacher, not a true “Christian”. Unitarians are “liberal humanists” known for their rejection of the doctrines of the Trinity, original sin, predestination, and biblical truths. They DO NOT advocate or support the “doctrine of Christ”. There are literally tens of millions of people who are members of the “liberal humanist” Unitarian Universalist Church in a wide variety of denominations all over America. They are not “Christian” churches in any way, shape, or form.


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