It’s Brexit Day—the day Great Britain finally exits the European Union. Keep in mind, Britain is not divorcing Europe. Britain is very much part of the continent and desires strong trade partnerships and alliances in the region. The marriage between the ancient empire and its ancient neighbors just wasn’t God’s will.
More than three and a half years after the landmark referendum that paved the way for Britain to leave the European union—a referendum that had plenty of opposition and brought significant division within the United Kingdom—Great Britain will leave the bloc of 27 remaining countries on Jan. 31.
Back in October, I knew in my spirit the United Kingdom needed to exit before the end of January to stay on pace with her destiny. It’s been delayed long enough. There is a kairos time for all things. Few realize this, but the U.K. has been an EU member since 1973. The degree of oneness merely escalated over the years, and particularly since the adoption of the euro. The U.K. never changed its currency from the pound, demonstrating its sovereignty as a nation.
I received this prophetic word in October and have waited until now—now that the dust has settled on the quarreling—to release this encouragement. I know many pundits and economists are predicting the fall of Great Britain in a post-EU reality. It’s time for the intercessors in the U.K. to rise up, revoke word curses, bless the U.K. nations and pray for God’s will. I heard the Lord say:
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