The Sons of God: A Discourse on the Christian Revolution are the words of my testimony. From the time the Apostle John wrote the Book of Revelation until now, I am uniquely qualified and the most qualified to speak about the most critical chapter in the Book of Revelation, chapter 12. Here then is my testimony on the 12th chapter of the Book of Revelation and why I am uniquely qualified to speak to you about this most critical chapter in the Revelation of Jesus Christ.
The time period of 40 days is extremely significant in the Bible. It rained 40 days and 40 nights in the flood of Noah. Moses went up on the mountain for 40 days. Jesus spent 40 days in the wilderness (MATT 4:2, MARK 1:13, LUKE 4:2). Jesus spent those 40 days in the wilderness prophetically preparing a place for the woman in the wilderness in REV 12. Jesus also spent 40 days on earth post resurrection. When Jesus spent those 40 days on earth post resurrection, He was prophetically moving the ball down the field so to speak on God’s prophetic timeline, in the initial 40 days of the 1260 days of the woman in the wilderness in REV 12 (and also in the initial 40 days of Daniel’s 70th week). Here is how the rest of those 1260 days of REV 12:6, the following 1220 days on God's prophetic timeline, were fulfilled, to the day. Let us take a closer look now at the most critical chapter in the Revelation of Jesus Christ and focus in on a few verses regarding the woman in the wilderness and the man child she brought forth.
The woman in the wilderness in verses 6 and 14 who was kept safe from the Devil for three and a half years or 1260 prophetic days, that’s my mother. The man child in verse 5 born to the woman and taken up to the throne of God at his birth, that’s me. And this discourse on the Christian Revolution is my testimony, the testimony of Jesus Christ. And it is my testimony along with the blood of Jesus that gives me victory over the Devil (see verse 11 above). Writing this discourse is what I have been called to do, what I have been appointed and anointed to do. The prophetic wilderness spoken of in REV 12 is the Great Depression. And on one fateful day, smack dab in the middle of the prophetic wilderness known as the Great Depression on August 28, 1930, the following event happened in upstate New York in America: a train came roaring down on my mother when she was 1220 days old, killing her sister and narrowly missing her, injuring her and sending her into several years of rehabilitation. In the following newspaper account from the Times-Union newspaper in upstate NY, my mother is the younger sister spoken of in the article, Theresa, who survived the train accident. The article erroneously states the age of my mother as four when she was actually three at the time as you will see shortly.
The train accident spoken of in the newspaper article occurred on August 28, 1930. Here is the death certificate from the state of New York for Frances Greco (my aunt who died in the train accident):
As I said, the newspaper article got my mother’s age wrong. My mother wasn’t four years old, she was three years old. Specifically, and exactly, she was 1220 days old on the day of this train accident. Here is my mother’s birth certificate, she was born on April 26, 1927:
So if you count the number of days from when my mother was born on April 26th, 1927, until the date of the train accident in the wilderness (Great Depression) involving my mother on August 28th, 1930, it is exactly 1220 days. So if you do the simple math and take the 40 days of Jesus on earth post-resurrection and add to it the 1220 days of the age of my mother in the wilderness of the Great Depression on the day of this train accident in God’s prophetic timeline, then you come up with the 1260 days prepared for the woman in the wilderness in REV 12:6. Between Jesus preparing a place in the wilderness for 40 days in His earthly ministry and my mother dwelling in the wilderness of the Great Depression for 1220 days, God prepared a place for and took care of the woman in the wilderness for 1260 days:
"And the woman fled into the wilderness, where she hath a place prepared of God, that they should feed her there a thousand two hundred and threescore days."
---REV ELATION 12:6
For those 1260 days, or 3 ½ years, or 42 months, the woman was kept safe in the wilderness, out of the reach of the serpent:
"And to the woman were given two wings of a great eagle, that she might fly into the wilderness, into her place, where she is nourished for a time, and times, and half a time, from the face of the serpent."
---REV ELATION 12:14
And then, right on cue, exactly on the 1260thday, that slippery serpent spewed a flood of water out of his mouth as a river, seeking to kill the woman in the wilderness with a flood:
"And the serpent cast out of his mouth water as a flood after the woman, that he might cause her to be carried away of the flood."
Satan spewing a river of water out of his mouth to overtake and kill the woman in the wilderness is a picture of what happened in the spiritual world which manifested in the physical world as a speeding train bearing down on my mother that fateful day in the wilderness. For 1260 prophetic days in God’s prophetic timeline, for those 3 ½ years, a place was prepared for the woman in the wilderness of the Great Depression to keep her safe, out of the reach of that slippery serpent. Satan has a limited scope into the future. And when he saw that he will be kicked out of heaven a little ways down the road from now as this discourse on the Christian Revolution, my testimony, comes forth, he pursued the woman in the wilderness in REV 12:13 because he knew that his demise lies directly ahead of us. Satan knew his goose was cooked at that point and so he made an attempt on the life of the woman in the wilderness. So exactly as prophesied, right on the 1260th day (40 +1220 days), Satan spewed water out of his mouth like a flood to overtake my mother with the torrent, bringing a train roaring towards her trying to kill her. Satan sought to abort my destiny by killing my mother in the wilderness but lo and behold, God wouldn’t let it be. The earth opened up and swallowed the river of water spewed by the serpent threatening my mother. That is, my mother survived the train accident and the rest, as they say, is history. She gave birth to me and fast forward to today and here you are reading the words of my testimony as I explain to you exactly, to the day, how the 1260 prophetic days of the woman in the wilderness in chapter 12 of the Book of Revelation have been fulfilled. The Book of Revelation is no longer near. The Book of Revelation is here. Right here. Right now.
To find out how the 1260 days of the woman in the wilderness in chapter 12 of Revelation ties in with the prophet Daniel's 70 weeks prophecy, see below. And for the rest of my testimony, read "The Sons of God: A Discourse on the Christian Revolution".