In November 2006, a large map of all the countries in Europe was created. The map is meant to be laid out on the floor. Here, one can light candles and pray, or one can place their feet on different countries and locations. When the map was completed, I stood on Africa and looked across the entire Europe. At that moment, it was as if I saw the following:
A prophetic vision by
Trøgstad, Norge. November 2006
Four major streams of Christians emerged from the North. The countries of the North were colored red: Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Åland, and Finland. It is these countries, with crosses on their flags, from which the streams started as narrow rivers and gradually became wide rivers. They had a blood-red color, and they flowed in the following directions: The eastern stream flowed through the Baltic states, Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, Syria, and to Israel. The next stream flowed through Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, former Yugoslavia, Greece, Crete, Cyprus, and to Israel. A third stream flowed through Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, and via the Mediterranean to Israel. The fourth stream went through the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Spain, Portugal, over to Morocco, and through the African countries along the Mediterranean coast to Israel. All countries in Europe were affected. All the people in these streams carried the Gospel to all the countries in Europe and back to Jerusalem.
It struck me when I saw the red color in these streams that it was a trace of martyrs' blood. This re-evangelization of Europe will not happen without bloody resistance and persecution.
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