One major perception in Britain is the perception that the Church is a physical building. We have great Cathedrals and Abbeys but none of these is the Church.
The Church is the Body of Christ, God having no time for altars made with hands but every time for the National Church in England to remove the altars and come under the demands of the Constitutional Acts of the Nation and become a fully reformed institution of the Protestant Reformation, just one demand of the Nation's Constitutional Acts.
Exodus 15:26 King James Version (KJV)
And said, If thou wilt diligently hearken
to the voice of the Lord thy God,
and wilt do that which is right in his sight, and wilt give ear to his commandments, and keep all his statutes,
I will put none of these diseases upon thee,
which I have brought upon the Egyptians:
for I am the Lord that healeth thee.
1 Thessalonians 5:19-21 King James Version (KJV)
Quench not the Spirit.
Despise not prophesyings.
Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.
ACTION POINTS FROM THIS PROPHECY ........
* Establish the Principle that the Church spends on the Great Commission, not over elaborate buildings and altars.
* Westminster Abbey could become a profitable Museum for the Nation rather than a perceived Church.
* Ask the Church of England what prophetic word they have had for spending on buildings with altars made with hands.
* Resources to be given to the Sons of Zadok who heard from God.
Word from the Lord through DPG, 01/03/12
“IF THEY SOLD WESTMINSTER ABBEY”
[This is a major prophecy]
“If they sold Westminster Abbey, you would have the resource to reach every creature with the gospel; if they gave the money to you.
“If they sold Westminster Abbey, they would rid themselves of the altar, by which the Queen made promises successive governments have not allowed her to keep.
“If they sold Westminster Abbey, the nation would rid itself of the sin of spending money on monuments, rather than the propagation of the gospel the Queen promised to do.
“If they sold Westminster Abbey, the nation would rid itself of a holy place made with hands, the sale bringing about an understanding that Church is the body of Christ.
“If they sold Westminster Abbey, the building would become a museum of the past, which the Church could forget, & move into the high calling of God.
“You see, selling these altars made with hands would bring the understanding that Church is not a physical building, but the very body of Christ.
“This would then put pressure on the Roman Catholics to sell Westminster Cathedral; for then would come the understanding that a wafer cannot possibly be the body of Christ. For this is the disciplined army of the Lord; the manifestation of Christ being the body of Christ, a group of broken people, now one in Christ Jesus.
“All over thy nation are buildings people see as being Church. Huge resources are spent on maintaining these physical buildings, where I do not dwell.
“Where in My Word is permission granted for spending money on ancient monuments? My Word declares to forget those things that are behind, & move ahead into the high calling of God.
“Does not My Word declare to the rich to sell what thou hast, & give to the poor? What an opportunity for the nation, to sell its ancient monuments, & give into the propagation of the gospel the Queen promised to do? In her oath to God, in the place which I am calling the nation to sell, the funds being used for the gospel, that is, the gospel the monarch promised to uphold, on a seat of broken promises to God, due to successive governments breaking these promises. Well then, national repentance can include the sale of these ancient monuments, bringing favour with God; the nation then will understand the real Christ Who lives in believers, rather than on stone altars.
“So My Word to thy nation is: sell Westminster Abbey. Give the resources to My seers of Zadok. Then the promised you made to God by the altar of stone, can really mean something, future coronations then being in simple buildings, that give no attention to the physical building, & every attention to the Christ that reigns within the remnant Church; not in altars made with hands, but into the true believer.”