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A woman who says she prophesied the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan, and the fact that he would not die, and the Gulf War, and the Iraq War, is speaking again.

And she’s marking down for history the message she has been given that people must learn to recognize God’s voice for the End Times.

“He showed me that if Christians don’t start praying more than they ever have…. even churches, this next [presidential] election is not going to take place. That it’s going to be suspended. Because evil going to arise,” Glenda Jackson explains to host Sid Roth of the “It’s Supernatural” show.

“Some disasters are going to happen. Things are going to be put in place. The president’s not going to be removed and he’s going to stay in. It’s going to be very bad if we don’t get hold of God,” she said. “The church has got to get back to prayer.”

Jackson comes from a lineage of prophecy. Her great aunt, Maria Woodworth Etter, “rocked the world” with her amazing prophecies in the late 1800s.

She tells Roth she was in a church on a Sunday night in March 1981.

The Holy Spirit came upon her, Jackson recalls, and she prophesied that President Reagan would be shot later that week but that he would not die.

“I had everyone stand up and pray for him,” she tells Roth.

On March 30, 1981, Reagan was shot and seriously wounded outside a Washington hotel.

Jackson also prophesied the demise of the Berlin Wall and specific details about both Iraq wars.

In the late 1800s, upwards of 25,000 people often came to hear her great aunt preach.

Jackson says she believes the days of prophecy are coming back “and even greater.”

See a store full of Sid Roth’s work, including, “They Thought for Themselves,” “Truth Seekers,” “Supernatural Healing,” “The Incomplete Church,” “There Must be Something More,” “Supernatural Experiences” and “Heaven is Beyond Your Wildest Expectations.”

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/10/woman-who-prophesied-reagans-shooting-speaks-again/#GuEgTUpSVTdZGZUD.99

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