This short but noteworthy prophetic word about the recent riots across England is from Sharon Stone, European apostle for Christian
International Ministries, an organization pioneered by Bill Hamon of
Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. She relayed this message to Hamon upon being asked what the Lord was showing her about the volatile situation.
“Due to the
imminent collapse of society, we regret to announce we are closing at
6 pm tonight.” This notice was written on a
sandwich shop window during England’s riots and looting. Here we have natural prophetic voices and spiritual prophetic
voices blending throughout this disorder, declaring a broken
society where an entitlement mentality based upon excessive benefits
has led to criminality.
Many people have been allowed to feel the world owes them
something and that their actions don’t have consequences. This is a
lack of responsibility and selfishness in parts of our society.
God says: “Who owes you? This is not about human rights, but
excessive benefits conditioning. What is occurring in the natural is
contrary to what I am doing in the Spirit. I
am raising a revolution through young radicals, not looters without a
“There will be a youth revival, which will not kill, steal and
destroy. They will know their God, be strong and do great exploits. This will:
bring the nation into its destiny.
- Build a spiritual momentum
that will forcefully spread through nations.
“This is a release
of worshiping warriors who will build and advance My kingdom. As
others around the world observe that I am moving in England,
they will rejoice in hope. For people will respond better to hope
than fear. And the anarchy in the streets of England will give way to
amazing grace demonstrated in power and love through young radicals.”
Rom. 5:20 reminds us: “But where sin increased, grace increased
all the more.”
Intercessors, this is today’s Battle for Britain!
Sharon Stone is the
founder and senior minister of Christian International Europe (CIE),
a prophetic-apostolic ministry based in Burton-on-Trent,
Staffordshire, England. She and
her family pioneered CIE in 1996 to develop and mobilize prophets and
apostles for spreading the gospel internationally. Sharon and her
husband, Greg Black, have three grown children.