Report From The Tower
1725. Prophecy given to Raymond Aguilera on 20 February 2003 at 7:15 AM
During prayer the Lord instructed me to point all of my prayers toward the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. So I prayed and I prayed in my prayer language.
Then the Lord instructed me to type it up and send it out. The Lord said that people should pray against the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem.
The Lord said, "Ask all prayer warriors to focus their prayers in that direction, for the destruction of the Dome of the Rock Mosque in Jerusalem."
Note: This reminded me #1374 The Israel Mission Trip.
1374. Vision given to Raymond Aguilera on 25 July 1999 at 4:25 PM.
While at a restaurant in a hotel at the top of the Mount of Olives, which over looked the Old City of Jerusalem and the Temple Mount, I had a vision of a pillar of fire. I was facing these large windows when I saw this. I pointed this out to Carl and Mark, but they could not see it. It looked real to me, but maybe I was seeing it in the spirit for Carl and Mark looked and looked, and they could not see. It seemed that the vision stayed in the sky for five or ten minutes. This really amazed me, because I was the only one who could see it. This pillar of fire had a narrow beam, which was spinning. As I watched it, I saw it touch the top of the Dome of the Rock (Muslin Mosque in the Old City of Jerusalem). The top of the beam came from the East and it came from so high up that I could not see the top of it. It was turning red and the beam began to widen. The beam was maybe several Kilometers wide. Toward the end of the beam vision, I saw what appeared to be the Dome of the Rock roof breaking up.
End of word by Ray Aguilera
Comments By Stephen L. Bening
My judgement about that particular admonition was that Ray Aguilera was NOT speaking for God when He was directing everyone to pray that the Dome of the Rock would be brought down.
I am required to judge prophecy by the Lord, and that is my judgement on that particular, purported word from the Lord.
1) The word bothers my spirit exceedingly. 2) There is no true biblical reason to pray for the destruction of that particular building over any other building. Any "temple" that men currently hope or plan to build there will be an abomination in the sight of God from the moment the plans hit the architect's table. 3) To pray for any destructive event in the city of Jerusalem puts one in the position of picking up a spiritual burden for Jerusalem and represents an attempt to micromanage what God will do there, on His land and in His city. Anyone who burdens himself with Jerusalem will be cut to pieces.
There are many who do similar things, packaged in the form of assumed "good deeds" for Israel.
Project Exodus II has tried to move as many Jews as possible to Israel; Many churches want you to support Jewish orphans in Israel over and above all other orphans; American pastors are putting pressure on politicians to intervene militarily and step in, along side Israel, in taking up a battle against Iran.
There are many things that seem so very good on first appearance, but does God think they are so good? Are you so sure? I, for one, advise caution.
Stephen L. Bening
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