George Washington's Vision
George Washington, who was a great leader, and also a Prophet, had a
vision of the latter days of America, and it's final conflict.
During the Revolutionary war in 1777, at Valley Forge,
George Washington told of his vision to Anthony Sherman, a young soldier.
The vision was published by Wesley Bradshaw, in the National Tribune, volume
four, number twelve, in December of 1880. The part of Washington's vision
that applies to the future is as follows;
Again, I heard the mysterious voice saying, "Son of the Republic, look
and learn." At this the dark shadowy Angel, placed a trumpet to his mouth,
and blew three distinct blasts and Taking water from the ocean, he sprinkled
it on Europe, Asia, and Africa. Then my eyes beheld a fearful scene, from
each of these continents, arose thick black clouds, that were soon joined
into one, and throughout this mass, was a dark red light, by which I saw
hordes of armed men.
These men, moving with the cloud, marched by land, and
sailed by sea to 'America,' which country was enveloped in the volume of the
cloud. And I dimly saw these vast armies devastate the whole country, and
burn the villages, towns, and cities which I had seen springing up.
As my ears listened to the thundering of the cannons, clashing of
the swords, and the shouts and cries of millions in mortal combat, I again
heard the mysterious voice saying, "Son of the Republic, look and learn." As
the voice ceased, the shadowy angel for the last time, dipped water from the
ocean, and sprinkled it upon America. Instantly the dark cloud rolled back
together with the armies it had brought, leaving the inhabitants of the land
Then once more I beheld the villages, towns, and cities springing
up where I had seen them before. While the bright angel planting the azure
standard he had brought in the midst if them cried in aloud voice, "While
the stars remain, and the heavens send down dew upon the earth, so long
shall the union last." And taking from his brow the crown on which was
blazoned the word 'Union,' he placed it upon the standard, while the people
kneeling down said "Amen."
The scene instantly began to fade, and dissolve, and I at last saw
nothing but the rising curling vapor, I at first beheld. This also
disappeared and I found myself once more gazing upon the mysterious visitor,
who in the same voice I had heard before said, "Son of the Republic, what
you have seen is thus interpreted;"
"Three great perils will come upon the Republic, the most fearful for her is
the third, but the whole world united, shall not prevail against her."
(NOTE--These three great perils were the 'Revolutionary war,' the 'War
Between the States,' and will be...THE BATTLE OF ARMAGEDDON' which will be
fought in the near future on America's soil, It will be God's battle!)