Final Warning given to the House
Oct 18, 2013
On October 5, I posted watch dates for October, including the 17th.
As the House was passing the financial deal to fund the government on the night of October 16, the stenographer, Dianne Reidy, walked to the podium and delivered a word of warning that God had given her.
She says that God had been waking her in the middle of the night and telling her to deliver this message to the House. She resisted doing this, because of her respect for the decorum and rules of the house. But God kept waking her each night until she finally did as He told her.
Another day of serving as a stenographer in an unholy mess would end with another night of being awakened by what she took to be the Holy Spirit. She kept resisting out of a sense of congressional sanctity that the representatives themselves were besmirching.
“That’s what my wife was battling, with this late-night wrestling with God,” the husband says....
“The big vote, the whole crew was there, and she just felt the Holy Spirit knows the time she was to go up,” he reports.
She told him that the words she had spoken were not her own, that she had just been the messenger.
“She said she didn’t know what she was going to say,” he reports.
What she had said was playing again and again on television. Many were calling it raving.
“He will not be mocked!” she had begun. “The greatest deception here is this is not one nation under God….”
Now that is was done, she told her husband that she felt greatly relieved.
“She felt like a tremendous weight had been lifted off her shoulders,” he says.
He recalls, “I said, ‘You know what, honey, this is like when you were pregnant and agonized…’ She was obedient to God and gave birth to His message.”
Then on October 18, Tom Foley died. The two signs are back to back, and from a prophetic standpoint are directly related. Dianne's message was that America was not a nation under God, but under Freemasonry, which traces its roots to the Egyptian Mystery Religion, as Albert Pike tells us.
Dianne's message was rejected by Congress as ravings of a lunatic. That sounds a lot like what the biblical prophets endured from their contemporaries. I appreciate her willingness to look like a fool and to give up a good job to be obedient to the word of the Lord.
Her word relates to the San Francisco earthquake on Oct. 17, 1989, as I mentioned on Oct. 5. It seems that the earthquake has now come to Washington to uproot the stump that was left in the days of Daniel. Revelation 16 describes the judgment in terms of a great earthquake, as I said, and I believe that this event bears witness to that quake.
And so, in spite of the three-month delay in the default, Babylon is falling.
Dr. Stephen Jones