January 1990 VISION of Missiles

I saw missiles coming out of the waters of the Pacific Ocean,
airplanes coming in towards certain cities along the Northwest.
When it looked like they would do their devastation,
I heard a voice speak from heaven, like thunder. It said,
“Watch what I will do!”

The mountains along the coastal range began to shake and tremble
and puffs of smoke shot out of them in all directions,
into the paths of the missiles and the planes.
The missiles just hit the ground, didn’t explode.
The smoke had destroyed the missiles ability to navigate,
to fly through the air, and they didn’t hit their targets.
It was also like shields or domes came over certain cities.
Even the contaminated air couldn’t go into those areas.
It went around them.

I saw many vehicles coming in on our waters,
like ships opened up in the front, and all these personnel,
carrying things, came out armored, right up on our beaches,
and all these thousands of people began to head out.
I saw the proud look on the faces of those that were driving the vehicles.
I heard, again, the thunderous voice from the heavens,

“Watch what I will do!”

Suddenly, mountains puffed out smoke,
and rivers of golden lava began flowing down a path,
right across the beaches in front of the invaders.
Terror came on their faces, and they turned back and
headed to the sea, fleeing for their lives,
as the waters behind them turned to steam.
And the Lord said,

“I have people in this land that I will not let them touch,
for they are Mine! They are My chosen,
and I will keep My chosen safe!
For I have a work for them to do yet in this land,
and in many lands.”

Henry Gruver, January 1990
St Johns, North Portland, Oregon
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