Today (10/27/16) around 5:11 p.m. (Central Standard Time), I again had switched my monitor quickly from PC to Security Camera Mode.


Just at that moment I saw 2 Bulls with their heads down looking toward the street and 3 Large Fox just hanging around each other.

A Summary Message

  • Judgment Against Babylon – Babylon Will Be Destroyed
  • Repent Or Perish

This is the scripture that highlighted for Bulls: (Jeremiah 50:26-27)

Jeremiah 50

Prophecies against Babylon
The word the Lord spoke about Babylon, the land of the Chaldeans, through Jeremiah the prophet:

2 Announce to the nations; proclaim and raise up a signal flag;
proclaim, and hide nothing.  Say: Babylon is captured;
Bel is put to shame; Marduk is devastated;
her idols are put to shame; her false gods, devastated.

3 For a nation from the north will come against her;
it will make her land desolate. No one will be living in it—
both man and beast will escape.

4 In those days and at that time— this is the Lord’s declaration—
the Israelites and Judeans will come together,
weeping as they come, and will seek the Lord their God.

5 They will ask about Zion,  turning their faces to this road.
They will come and join themselves to the Lord
in an everlasting covenant that will never be forgotten.

6 My people are lost sheep; their shepherds have led them astray,
guiding them the wrong way in the mountains.
They have wandered from mountain to hill;
they have forgotten their resting place.

7 All who found them devoured them.  Their adversaries said, “We’re not guilty;
instead, they have sinned against the Lord, their righteous grazing land,
the hope of their ancestors, the Lord.”

8 Escape from Babylon; depart from the Chaldeans’ land.
Be like the rams that lead the flock.


9 For I will soon stir up and bring against Babylon
an assembly of great nations from the north country.
They will line up in battle formation against her;
from there she will be captured. Their arrows will be like those of a skilled warrior
who does not return empty-handed.

10 The Chaldeans will become plunder;  all Babylon’s plunderers will be fully satisfied.
This is the Lord’s declaration. 

11 Because you rejoice, because you sing in triumph—
you who plundered My inheritance— because you frolic like a young cow treading grain
and neigh like stallions,

12 your mother will be utterly humiliated; she who bore you will be put to shame.
Look! She will lag behind all the nations— a dry land, a wilderness, an Arabah.

13 Because of the Lord’s wrath, she will not be inhabited;
she will become a desolation, every bit of her.
Everyone who passes through Babylon will be horrified
and scoff because of all her wounds.


14 Line up in battle formation around Babylon,
all you archers!  Shoot at her! Do not spare an arrow,
for she has sinned against the Lord.

15 Raise a war cry against her on every side! She has thrown up her hands in surrender;
her defense towers have fallen; her walls are demolished.
Since this is the Lord’s vengeance, take out your vengeance on her;
as she has done, do the same to her.

16 Cut off the sower from Babylon as well as him who wields the sickle at harvest time.
Because of the oppressor’s sword, each will turn to his own people,
each will flee to his own land.


The Return of God’s People
17 Israel is a stray lamb, chased by lions.
The first who devoured him was the king of Assyria;
the last one who crushed his bones
was Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon.

18 Therefore, this is what the Lord of Hosts, the God of Israel, says: “I am about to punish the king of Babylon and his land just as I punished the king of Assyria.

19 I will return Israel to his grazing land, and he will feed on Carmel and Bashan;
he will be satisfied in the hill country of Ephraim and of Gilead.

20 In those days and at that time— this is the Lord’s declaration—
one will search for Israel’s guilt, but there will be none,
and for Judah’s sins, but they will not be found,
for I will forgive those I leave as a remnant.


The Invasion of Babylon
21 “Go against the land of Merathaim, and against those living in Pekod.
Put them to the sword; completely destroy them—
this is the Lord’s declaration— do everything I have commanded you.

22 The sound of war is in the land— a great destruction.

23 How the hammer of the whole earth is cut down and smashed!
What a horror Babylon has become among the nations!

24 Babylon, I laid a trap for you, and you were caught,
but you did not even know it.  You were found and captured
because you fought against the Lord.

25 The Lord opened His armory and brought out His weapons of wrath,
because it is a task of the Lord God of Hosts in the land of the Chaldeans.

26 Come against her from the most distant places.
Open her granaries; pile her up like mounds of grain
and completely destroy her. Leave her no survivors.

27 Put all her young bulls to the sword;  let them go down to the slaughter.
Woe to them, because their day has come, the time of their punishment.


The Humiliation of Babylon
28 “There is a voice of fugitives and those who escape
from the land of Babylon
announcing in Zion the vengeance of the Lord our God,
the vengeance for His temple.

29 Summon the archers to Babylon,
all who string the bow; camp all around her; let none escape.
Repay her according to her deeds;
just as she has done, do the same to her,
for she has acted arrogantly against the Lord,
against the Holy One of Israel.

30 Therefore, her young men will fall in her public squares;
all the warriors will perish in that day.  This is the Lord’s declaration.

31 Look, I am against you, you arrogant one—
this is the declaration of the Lord God of Hosts—
because your day has come, the time when I will punish you.

32 The arrogant will stumble and fall with no one to pick him up.
I will set fire to his cities, and it will consume everything around him.”


The Desolation of Babylon
33 This is what the Lord of Hosts says: 

Israelites and Judeans alike have been oppressed.
All their captors hold them fast; they refuse to release them.

34 Their Redeemer is strong; Yahweh of Hosts is His name.
He will fervently plead their case so that He might bring rest to the earth
but turmoil to those who live in Babylon.

35 A sword is over the Chaldeans— this is the Lord’s declaration—
against those who live in Babylon, against her officials, and against her sages.

36 A sword is against the diviners, and they will act foolishly.
A sword is against her heroic warriors, and they will be terrified.

37 A sword is against his horses and chariots and against all the foreigners among them, and they will be like women.  A sword is against her treasuries,
and they will be plundered.

38 A drought will come on her waters, and they will be dried up.
For it is a land of carved images, and they go mad because of terrifying things.

39 Therefore, desert creatures will live with hyenas, and ostriches will also live in her.
It will never again be inhabited or lived in through all generations.

40 Just as God demolished Sodom and Gomorrah
and their neighboring towns— this is the Lord’s declaration—
so no one will live there; no human being will even stay in it
as a temporary resident.


The Conquest of Babylon
41 Look! A people comes from the north.  A great nation and many kings will be stirred up from the remote regions of the earth.

42 They grasp bow and javelin.  They are cruel and show no mercy.
Their voice roars like the sea, and they ride on horses,
lined up like men in battle formation against you, Daughter Babylon.

43 The king of Babylon has heard reports about them,
and his hands fall helpless. Distress has seized him—
pain, like a woman in labor.

44 “Look, it will be like a lion coming from the thickets of the Jordan to the watered grazing land. Indeed, I will chase Babylon away from her land in a flash. I will appoint whoever is chosen for her. For who is like Me? Who will summon Me? Who is the shepherd who can stand against Me?”

45 Therefore, hear the plans that the Lord has drawn up against Babylon and the strategies He has devised against the land of the Chaldeans: Certainly the flock’s little lambs will be dragged away; certainly the grazing land will be made desolate because of them.

46 At the sound of Babylon’s conquest the earth will quake; a cry will be heard among the nations.

This is the scripture that highlighted for Foxes (see Luke 13:32)

Luke 13


Repent or Perish
At that time, some people came and reported to Him about the Galileans whose blood Pilate had mixed with their sacrifices.

2 And He responded to them, “Do you think that these Galileans were more sinful than all Galileans because they suffered these things?

3 No, I tell you; but unless you repent, you will all perish as well!

4 Or those 18 that the tower in Siloam fell on and killed—do you think they were more sinful than all the people who live in Jerusalem?

5 No, I tell you; but unless you repent, you will all perish as well!”


The Parable of the Barren Fig Tree
6 And He told this parable: “A man had a fig tree that was planted in his vineyard. He came looking for fruit on it and found none.

7 He told the vineyard worker, ‘Listen, for three years I have come looking for fruit on this fig tree and haven’t found any. Cut it down! Why should it even waste the soil?’

8 “But he replied to him, ‘Sir, leave it this year also, until I dig around it and fertilize it.

9 Perhaps it will bear fruit next year, but if not, you can cut it down.’”


Healing a Daughter of Abraham
10 As He was teaching in one of the synagogues on the Sabbath,

11 a woman was there who had been disabled by a spirit for over 18 years. She was bent over and could not straighten up at all.

12 When Jesus saw her, He called out to her, “Woman, you are free of your disability.”

13 Then He laid His hands on her, and instantly she was restored and began to glorify God.

14 But the leader of the synagogue, indignant because Jesus had healed on the Sabbath, responded by telling the crowd, “There are six days when work should be done; therefore come on those days and be healed and not on the Sabbath day.”

15 But the Lord answered him and said, “Hypocrites! Doesn’t each one of you untie his ox or donkey from the feeding trough on the Sabbath and lead it to water?

16 Satan has bound this woman, a daughter of Abraham, for 18 years—shouldn’t she be untied from this bondage on the Sabbath day?”

17 When He had said these things, all His adversaries were humiliated, but the whole crowd was rejoicing over all the glorious things He was doing.


The Parables of the Mustard Seed and of the Yeast
18 He said, therefore, “What is the kingdom of God like, and what can I compare it to?

19 It’s like a mustard seed that a man took and sowed in his garden. It grew and became a tree, and the birds of the sky nested in its branches.”

20 Again He said, “What can I compare the kingdom of God to?

21 It’s like yeast that a woman took and mixed into 50 pounds of flour until it spread through the entire mixture.”


The Narrow Way
22 He went through one town and village after another, teaching and making His way to Jerusalem.

23 “Lord,” someone asked Him, “are there few being saved?”He said to them,

24 “Make every effort to enter through the narrow door, because I tell you, many will try to enter and won’t be able

25 once the homeowner gets up and shuts the door. Then you will stand outside and knock on the door, saying, ‘Lord, open up for us!’ He will answer you, ‘I don’t know you or where you’re from.’

26 Then you will say, ‘We ate and drank in Your presence, and You taught in our streets!’

27 But He will say, ‘I tell you, I don’t know you or where you’re from. Get away from Me, all you workers of unrighteousness!’

28 There will be weeping and gnashing of teeth in that place, when you see Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and all the prophets in the kingdom of God, but yourselves thrown out.

29 They will come from east and west, from north and south, and recline at the table in the kingdom of God.

30 Note this: Some are last who will be first, and some are first who will be last.”

Jesus and Herod Antipas
31 At that time some Pharisees came and told Him, “Go, get out of here! Herod wants to kill You!”


32 He said to them, “Go tell that fox, ‘Look! I’m driving out demons and performing healings today and tomorrow, and on the third day I will complete My work.’

33 Yet I must travel today, tomorrow, and the next day, because it is not possible for a prophet to perish outside of Jerusalem!

Jesus’ Lamentation over Jerusalem
34 “Jerusalem, Jerusalem! She who kills the prophets and stones those who are sent to her. How often I wanted to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, but you were not willing!

35 See, your house is abandoned to you. And I tell you, you will not see Me until the time comes when you say, ‘He who comes in the name of the Lord is the blessed One’!”

Are You Washed in the Blood?


22 thoughts on “Vision – 2 Bulls & 3 Foxes

  1. Hi James,
    I posted a link to your post on Z3 news under a friend’s warning. The two seemed to “go together.”

    This is a word from a friend that was shared with me yesterday:

    WORDS RECEIVED ON 7/22/2016

    Yes daughter, as recorded on the heavenly tables, Trump was to sound the alarm and bear witness for the destruction
    Of America. Yes, daughter, Isaiah 9:10 confirms and seals the fate of this nation.
    My judgments stand and all will know I AM THE GREAT I AM. I AM JUDGE AND JURY.
    I AM the one who controls all things and I AM over all things. Nothing gets past My watchful eye!

    Trouble lies ahead and there will be no peace until My Return. My return Is soon. Be sober and vigilant
    Because I will come as a thief in the night to crush the wicked, those who hate Me; those who despise My

    Most think man can fix the ills of this nation but the evil runs far too deep and only I can purge it from
    Its filth. As I have once blessed this nation, I have now cursed it. America will not be able to withstand
    What I have put against them for their defiance, their pride, their evil before My eyes.

    People will ask “Why is God doing this to us?” yet have I not sent My prophets and watchmen to warn
    Them? Have they not listened? Am I not a just God?

    Their own rebellion has caused this judgment against them. The nation has NOT repented as a whole.
    Repentance must come from the heart but their hearts are still far from Me.

    (Word for the Beloved)
    Do not fear for all My Beloved children I will not leave you nor forsake you. As a Father who loves
    His children, I will cover you and place you under the shadow of my wings. I AM is faithful and true.
    Abide in Me. Stay close to Me. Do not turn to the left or to the right. Do not Fear for I AM is always
    Be still and know that I AM GOD.

    (I felt led to read whole chapter of Jude after this)

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  2. Please lift up Vicki in your prayers. I received this note from her today – 10/28/16:

    Im asking for prayer…I’m in the Hospital, came to the emergency room this morning with chest pain and shortness of breath. Tests indicate, no heart attack but symptoms indicate a blockage. Awaiting more testing.

    Please pray for all positive results and an answer to my symptoms.

    In Gods hands!



  3. Daily Devotional — 10/29/16

    For we live by faith, not by sight. 2 Corinthians 5:7

    Brother Wei from South-east Asia tells his story to a staff member of Open Doors. He is too shy to look at him directly. While he is speaking, he keeps his eyes lowered.

    I’m forty-one years old and I’m a simple rice farmer. Twenty years ago, I became a Christian and in the past years, I’ve been in prison thirteen times because of my faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. The last time I was in a notorious prison, surrounded by a moat. In order to torment the prisoners, we were given rice mixed with sand. There were no toilets – we just had to find a spot somewhere.

    I was arrested because I believed in Jesus and because I was active as a preacher. The punishment for this “crime” was two and a half years in prison, but I could be released sooner if I renounced my faith.

    The guards constantly tried to force me to deny my faith. I was to sign a form which stated that I had “voluntarily renounced my faith” and that I would “no longer attend meetings.” I was bound hand and foot and beaten, but I refused to deny my faith. My fellow prisoners mocked me and swore at me. They called me the “Jesus man.” I wasn’t allowed a Bible, and if I was caught praying, I was beaten.

    After my release, as a result of the abuse I was no longer able to walk fast or to run. Sometimes I could no longer find the words to describe something.

    Once I was back in our village, I heard that we had to leave because we hadn’t been granted permission to go on living there. We were not allocated any land to work, the children were no longer allowed to go to school and the hospital was no longer willing to help us. Then we left and went to another district, where we had to start over again.

    When the Open Doors worker asked him how he had been able to endure all this persecution, Brother Wei said, “I don’t trust in what eyes can see, but I’ve put my trust in the Eternal, the Lord Jesus.”

    RESPONSE: Today I will persevere through the challenges that come my way with faith in the Eternal God.

    PRAYER: Pray that all Christians being persecuted today will respond with this strong faith!

    Standing Strong Through The Storm (SSTS), a daily devotional message by SSTS author Paul Estabrooks. © 2011 Open Doors International. Used by permission.

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  4. Daily Devotional — 10/30/16

    Now I want you to know, brothers and sisters, that what has happened to me has actually served to advance the gospel. Philippians 1:12

    The Apostle Paul writes these words from prison but he assures his readers that prison in no way hindered the spread of the gospel, but actually advanced it. Then he states in the following verses that he is chains only because of Christ and because of his imprisonment, others have become bolder and fearless in sharing their faith. And the gospel advances!

    A Vietnamese brother, we’ll call Daniel, was led by the Lord to the minister in the north where he soon found himself in the midst of a revival. The inevitable soon happened and Daniel was sent to prison, his “training school,” for three years. He shares his experience in prison:

    After my arrest I was put in solitary confinement and chained to the ground for six months. This was a very hard time for me. The cell was only 2 x 3 meters, there were no lights in the cell and I only had one bowl of rice and salt a day. A piece of bamboo was stuck between my crossed legs and chained to the ground. My hands were chained to the ground behind my back and whenever I had to go to the toilet I was offered only a plastic bag.

    I felt totally deserted. I asked the Lord to take my life. It was too much for me. I prayed a lot but thankfully the Lord did not do what I asked.

    One night in my prison cell, chained to the ground, I saw a vision of the Lord. He did not speak a word. He just placed his hand on me and I felt how new strength filled my body. I cried and repented before the Lord. Then I knew the Lord was saying to me that He would not allow me to leave this world defeated, that when He takes me “home” it would be victoriously. The next day the police came and took me to another cell but I could not walk. After one year I could walk again.

    Today I can see why God allowed this difficult time. After three years in prison there is a church in every area where I spent time and more than 200 inmates came to know the Lord. Three other prisoners who came to know the Lord also started churches in prison.

    When I was released, I found that my village church had grown to 500. I know that God has a good plan. He sent me to prison to preach the gospel and so that I may become a strong warrior for Him.

    RESPONSE: Today I will pray differently for brothers and sisters in prison for their faith.

    PRAYER: Help me Lord to always trust Your plan – even when it seems difficult and overwhelming.

    Standing Strong Through The Storm (SSTS), a daily devotional message by SSTS author Paul Estabrooks. © 2011 Open Doors International. Used by permission.


    1. Thx Peggy for sharing, hope i have time to watch it! Things are getting crazy around here, work and work and nothing to show for it after bills. Me i’m already over saturated with it from before so i’m okay, but wife and children are suffering!

      And Btw Peggy Steve Quayle said in a video i recently saw that he considered Pennsylvania the belly of the beast! Because it’s so central and close to the power structure in Washington.

      Praying to the Lord that he will give me strength to overcome these challenges, and these are small ones compared to many! Im saying a prayer for you people here too because i know many of you are in hard times too.

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      1. Stig-ove,
        I will keep you and your family in prayer.
        Also, thanks for the Quayle alert about Pennsylvania. Woe.

        Finally, when I posted that link, I had you in mind, mainly.
        I thought it would appeal to your intellect.

        By the way with work and work and little to show for it.
        That must be the THIRD SEAL of the Scroll— the BLACK HORSE.

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    2. This was an excellent video. Though the remark of IF you want something reach out and grab IT is might makes right in one statement. The bible says WHO wants to be great amongst you serve the lesser or the weaker! IT said 90% of people would not survive outside the confines of society which is true. I probably wouldnt either unless the Lord would intercede on My behalf.

      Human Life is so much more than personal abilities. Its faith in Jesus that makes the difference and the Spirit of the Lord acting within you as you go along!


  5. Daily Devotional — 10/31/16

    As a result, it has become clear throughout the whole palace guard and to everyone else that I am in chains for Christ. Philippians 1:13

    Authorities in Afghanistan arrested Said Musa on May 31, 2010, days after the local TV station broadcast images of Afghan Christians being baptised and worshipping the Lord. A Christian for eight years, he is married and the father of six. Before release from prison he wrote:

    Hello my dear brothers and sisters, lovely and strong in faith. On Saturday I went to court, but my session was not held. I met then two persons. I became very happy when they introduced themselves [as my] defence attorneys…I immediately felt joy in my heart, like somebody gave me comfort, like stars, like lights. I one hundred percent believe it was the Holy Spirit healing my heart.

    On Thursday some high officials came from the Attorney General’s office. They asked me, “What is your name?” I introduced myself to them. After that they asked me, “Are you truly a Christian?” I replied to them, I am one hundred percent Christian. I believe in the Son of God Almighty, He is my Savior and Lord. I told them the only way to come to God is to have faith in Jesus Christ, He’s the way, He’s eternal life, He’s truth, He’s love, He’s really God.

    After that they asked me, “What is wrong with being a Muslim that you converted to the Christian religion?” I told them, it’s the plan of God. God chose his people to complete his work on the earth. Muslim is not bad. The Christian people are never against any religion in the world. Our fight is just with Satan. We love our enemies, like ourselves. They joked and mocked me. “You want to make us Christians now?”

    Today a new person came. He asked me, “Why do you not accept Islam; why is this religion better?” I replied to him, the golden thing is this; love your enemy as yourself. In which religion do you find this word? Just in Christianity.

    He told me, “You know your punishment. It’s death.” I told him, I am one hundred percent ready for the sake of my faith. My Saviour gave his life for me. I am not afraid of a human; he just kills my body, but does not hurt my soul. I am afraid of my Lord and Savior; He will be able to punish my soul too. I told him I am holding on to my faith. I will never betray my faith. Without Jesus, what does the life in this world or the afterlife mean? Nothing!

    RESPONSE: Today I will pray for those like Said Musa who are truly in prison for their faith.

    PRAYER: Lord, may I have the strength and courage to confess You even under severe pressure.

    Standing Strong Through The Storm (SSTS), a daily devotional message by SSTS author Paul Estabrooks. © 2011 Open Doors International. Used by permission.


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