Letters From God


Julie Andrews


Manasseh (USA) and Ephraim (British Commonwealth)

Manasseh will be picked apart, unwoven and unraveled like a patchwork quilt. A crazy patchwork. You are held together by the stitches of the Constitution, the words/understanding of the founding fathers who knew My will and understood who they were in Me, the Living God. But just as I have sown together a mighty nation, I can unpick you and cause you to be destroyed because you know me not, because you have walked away from your godly mandate.

So be warned by the example of your brother Ephraim. For surely Ephraim is a Commonwealth of Nations no more. What has been put together can be undone.

Except you repent and follow after the Lord your God who brought you together as a patchwork, so you can be undone and pulled apart.

It is Not My will that this happen but it will be, except you repent and turn to Me.

Ephraim     Do you think or imagine that I the Lord am pleased with the dismantling of the Common wealth of Nations that was promised to you? But I am the Lord who build and who dismantles and there are times for both.

Because you have watered My ways and reduced My Truth to a weak and beggarly dishcloth, so I have weakened your Empire to a weak and beggarly dishcloth.

Where is your strength? Your glory, Your Pride - the Lions have lost their territory, lost the great and mighty Empire on which the Sun never set. Gone gone gone before Me and Lost again. Why? Because you have disregarded the Way , the Truth and the Life.

Yet there is a little light still within, that if you will turn to Me with all your heart, in and soul I will fan again. Am I not the One who will never put out a smoking flax? Yet I will blow My Spirit across the land to bring back the Fire, to light a flame of Life within you.

This is My will that you be Revived and burst forth into flame, alight with the zeal of your God. Turn again to Me Ephraim, My Beloved first born, to receive the first born's blessing and birthright.


Genesis 48:17 - 20 Jacob Israel blesses Joseph's sons, Ephraim and Manassah saying: He (Manassah) shall become a people and he shall be great but truly his younger brother (Ephraim) shall be greater than he and his seed (Ephraim's) shall become a mutitude of nations

Jeremiah 31 Isreal to be restored   9 ....for I am a father to Isreal and Ephraim is my first born. 20 Is Ephraim my dear son? the child in whom I delight? Though I often speak against him I still remember him. Therefore my heart yearns for him: I have great compassion for him, declares the Lord.