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No Ebb Prophecy

No Ebb Prophecy

This Word of prophecy was given to Arthur Burt in 1934, now over 100, who was told he would not die before the Word came to pass. Two-years-ago the Lord said it was time to release it. ( There is also a free download on his website.)

And there shall be no Ebb...
I was expelled from the Church of England in 1934 for embracing the Pentecostal revelation,
the baptism of the Spirit, speaking with other tongues. Right after that, a prophecy came.
I remember it as if it was last night. I walked over to a piano and looked at the open Bible,
it was open there at this Word: “For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak,
and not lie: though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come....”

At the meeting that night, not a Church of England meeting, but a Pentecostal meeting, the Spirit
of God fell upon a young man and he prophesied. I think it’s about the only prophecy I can
remember word-for-word in my entire life. It’s like a scar inside of me!
“It shall come as a breath…
And the breath shall bring the wind…
And the wind shall bring the rain.
And there shall be floods and floods and floods…
And torrents and torrents and torrents.
Souls shall be saved like falling leaves from mighty oaks swept by a hurricane.
Arms and legs shall come down from heaven…
…And there shall be no ebb.”

I remember that, “Souls shall be saved like falling leaves from mighty oaks swept by a hurricane.”
There was another part about “the rich and the poor embracing each other in the streets of New York.”
But the final thing was...“And there shall be no ebb.” No ebb!

Arthur Burt tells how human pride got in the way in past moves of God and they were “ebbed” but the last one will continue because He will see that “no flesh will share in God’s glory” (1 Cor. 1:29). Praise God!

About Arthur Burt

Many from around the world have visited his home, Bron Wendon, in Penmaenmawr, North Wales, and many have to the annual “Living Waters” conventions. Many know the story, “A house for the glory of God.”

Arthur and Marjorie Burt were married for 65 years and had nine children and more than 50 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. As a family man, a preacher, teacher and storyteller, he’s been known in the churches around the world as “Uncle Arthur.”

He came to Wales from Paddock Wood in Kent, England, where he was a pastor. One day in Paddock Wood the Lord spoke one Word to Arthur: “Go.” He gave up his work in Kent and has taken a very specific message to some 44 nations for than 50 years. He said it was out of painful obedience that he entered into delight and purpose, to help prepare a people to handle the glory of God… to His glory. He said, “now that day is at hand….”

He’s often said, “Big doors swing on little hinges.” Arthur Burt’s life changed when he answered the call of God to “Go.” Consequently, many lives all over the world were changed and refocused as he freely poured out the Word the Lord had given him.

His stories, teaching and proclamations echo deep ponderings over the Word. While he searched out the mysteries of the Kingdom, his life became an adventure exploring the ways of God in many nations. With spontaneity, humour and serious outcries, Arthur proclaimed, “Prepare! We’re in the last of the last days! Humble yourself! He’s calling for a people who can handle the Presence of God to the Glory of God! Jesus did everything with nothing. (John 5:30) We are ushering in the dawn of a new day. The time is at hand-the dispensation of the fullness of times, where there shall be no ebb….”