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Elizabeth Shall Appoint Elizabeth: A Prophetic Sign for The UK! — 23 Comments

  1. There seems to be a lot of confusion as to whether we are speaking about the UK or England, in this and other ‘words’. The Queen was Queen of the UK, not just Queen of ‘England’. She died in Scotland, which is part of the UK, but she was half Scottish, so not an full blown ‘English Rose’. This is the same ignorant nonsense which was in the news when Diana died and the Queen was protecting her grandsons in their home in Balmoral. If this word was for England only, then the title should have said that, not UK. The Lord sets the nations. The parliament is comprised of all nations of the UK, not just England and the laws passed there affect the others too. Liz Truss was voted in by a small minority of conservative members, yet was insulting about Nicola Sturgeon. Ms Sturgeon was democratically elected and whether you like her or not, represents the people of Scotland. Scotland IS a separate country and entered into a treaty with England. The service in St Giles, and the ascension ceremony of the new king, showed the difference between church in England and Scotland. In Scotland, they are fellow believers. The monarch vowed to uphold the protestant faith in Scotland. (More than can be said for the church in Scotland).

  2. I just saw that Elizabeth Truss has just resigned today, Oct 20, 2022. What does that mean considering your prophetic words?  Was her assignment a short one for a reason?

  3. Awesome prophecy! Bares witness with my Spirit. I am from USA, waiting in intercessory prayer to see what God is going to do with DT with a redwave that is coming. God is speaking to America
    Awake, O sleeper, and arise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you.”
    Ephesians 5:14; Isaiah 51:17; Isaiah 52:1; Isaiah 60:1; Malachi 4:2; Romans 13:11

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