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War with Russia: Henry Gruver’s Prophetic Vision Coming True?

Author: Zebulon Rogersdead-sea-scrolls-unwrapped

Russia has been the subject of many prophetic utterances over the years, but none as chilling as this: In December of 1986, a man by the name of Henry Gruver was given a chilling vision of Russian nuclear attacks against the United States and the world. Known amongst his peers as “The Prayer Walker”. Henry Gruver of Joyful Sound Ministries has made an undeniable global impact on the kingdom of God, having told his story on The Hagmann Report, Prophecy Club, TruNews Radio, along with Steve Quayle. During a prayer walk in Caernarfon, Wales, he was taken up by the Lord into a vision of the future conflict between the two super powers.

Fear of a nuclear war between America and Russia is on the heart of many citizens around the globe. On October 12th the New York Post reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered Russian citizens in America to return home, sparking fears that the world’s current military super power was preparing for war. Today, the BBC reports that Russian warships have passed through the English Channel en route to Syria, monitored closely by British warships as a precaution.

Of particular note is Henry’s description of an attack by sea.

In November of 2015, Russian state television intentionally leaked an image of a nuclear torpedo system capable of untold radioactive devastation against coastal installations, according to a report by the BBC. Boasting a maximum range of 6,200 miles and a max trajectory depth of 3300ft, the torpedo Russian newspaper Rossiiskaya Gazeta refers to as a “robotic mini-submarine” also possesses avoidance programs able to go undetected by acoustic tracking and other submersible countermeasures. Konstantin Sivkov of the Russian Geopolitical Academy is quoted as saying that a warhead of up to 100 megatons could produce a tsunami 1,650ft high, spreading destruction inland an additional 930 miles.

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