27 June 2012
„Trumpet blowing” in England, Wales, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland
Before we even started to plan this trip in detail it was obvious to us that we should visit all these countries in one fell swoop. That meant travelling from one country to another without any interruption. This we had previously done in three Scandinavian countries Denmark, Sweden and Norway and also in the former Yugoslavia and now separate Balkan states, where we visited eight nations inside nine days. We believe that GOD wants to bring healing and restoration to these countries whose history is so interwoven with fighting and tales of woe and to make them a blessing for Europe and the world as never before
That we should also blow the trumpets in Northern Ireland was not originally on „our“ Agenda. Apparently God saw it differently and had other plans. Molly Osborne (who has very close relationships with all these countries), had passed the vision, together all the information about our visit, on to Margaret Clarke in Northern Ireland. She contacted us and was enthusiastic and ready to arrange a meeting to blow the trumpets in her country. We realised that God was at work here and that He had opened a door through which we should go. So we stood with a number of fellow believers in the middle of Armagh, in front of a big cathedral, ready to blow the trumpets. Armagh was for many centuries, to all intents and purposes, the „spiritual capital“ of both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.- and it still remains so to certain extent today. From this place the whole island was spiritually „ruled“. Therefore, we blew the trumpets here, proclaimed God’s Word and prayed for the church and the country. It was interesting to note that our visit coincided with the Queen’s (the titular Head of the Church of England) two day visit to Northern Ireland.
about blow the trompets: Video