(Approximately the week of Dec. 29, 2005)

By Jeannette L. Vetter, © 2005


I went out on the back deck to pray for the fires in Oklahoma and Texas. As I looked up into the heavens, my thoughts were to pray for rain in our part of the country. I started to pray in the Holy Spirit to build my foundation. Instead of praying for rain, which was my intent, I asked the Lord a question. I said, “Lord isn’t fire for refining?” Immediately in a waking vision, this is what I saw:
I saw the Lord Jesus Christ standing in a glow of fire on a map of the United States. (For example: When you see a log in a fire, you know it is a log ablaze. You see flames surrounding it and you see the log is red-hot but no flames within it. The Lord was standing in the middle of a blaze encircled by fire, yet, He Himself was a blazing fire of flames within, but not burning as a log burns.) In His left hand were the Ten Commandments and in His right hand was the rod of Aaron. I could see the rod had green buds on it like a branch with budding leaves. He raised the rod of Aaron up and brought it down with full force into the heart of Oklahoma. In slow motion, I saw the tip of the rod break through the top surface of dirt as soil and rocks flew outward. Then when it had hit the mark intended by the hand of the Lord the ground began to rumble and I saw it splitting off like shattering glass from the heart of Oklahoma towards the East, West, South and North. I was then taken above into the sky just below the clouds (as if I was hanging in the outer atmosphere), and from above I watched the shattering flow of cracks move from the core of the rod of Aaron throughout the United States from the east coast to the west coast. I saw the Lord standing in the mist of fire as the great force of His hand was still holding onto the rod. With great fierceness in his voice the Lord said, “I have set United States apart for my will.”


The vision ended and I was very troubled as to what to do about this hurting country. Note: as for my self I have continued in the path of prayer and asking for forgiveness. I am reminded of the scripture in Ps 46:10 Be still, and know that I am God: I will be exalted among the heathen, I will be exalted in the earth. KJV



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