book and I found a lot of confirmation in some of the things that were shown to this littlehandmaiden of the Lord. The most important aspect was that all these revelationspertain to the last revival of God in the End Times. Finally, I understood that God hadchosen this humble handmaiden and given her an insight into the last and great revivalof the End Times. God was trying to point me towards what I was seeking to understandin 1980s about the last great revival but I only understood it in the late 1990s to 2005. Although I have never met her (but I have written to her and her husband), I have beenkept aware of the two prophecies that was given to her: one in 1989 before the BerlinWall came down, and another in 2001 especially pertaining to the present situation inUS and the Middle East. For those interested in current affairs, these two propheciesare very important as they also carry predictive events that at this moment of writinghave not fully come to pass yet. (I have included these two prophecies at the end of thisnewsletter with acknowledgements and credit to her.) However, if you are interested in the last day revival from the church perspective, thelittle book of her visions is the place to start. (If you are interested in her book, pleaseemail the contacts at the end of this newsletter obtained by one of the Bible schoolstudents, James Soo, who has just written to them and managed to order the book fromthe distributor). Of course, we all know that God continues to reveal His plans and purposes to all menand women everywhere who are listening to Him. But of all the many so called apostlesor prophets who have tried to lay claim to having the last word for His church, there isnone as accurate as that given through this handmaiden in the 1970s and still rings truetoday. In terms of revelations, God does continue to reveal to His apostles and prophets thethings concerning the end of times (Eph. 3:5 – and, of course, they have to be in linewith the written Word of God). I have read and heard many so-called prophecies of many, some well known and some unknown, but in many of these I found the followinglacking: 1.Many of them are too general to be of any significance.2.Many of them have predictive parts in their prophecy or revelation that never came to pass. In the Old Testament they would have been stoned as falseprophets but many of these still continue as though nothing has happened andkept “hush, hush” on the wrong predictive prophecies.3.Many of them do not seek to lead people closer to God but rather use suchrevelations to build their own kingdoms or ministry up. The Bible is clear thateven if predictions came to pass but it does not led to a true relationship withGod, the prophecies or signs can be discounted (Deut. 13:2,3).4.Many of them function like Balaam and seek earthly rewards and gain rather thanfreely giving it.