The Vision Revived

John’s vision revived:
Establishing God’s Kingdom Presence in this Nation

In 2016 Peter Hill of ‘Call The Nation To Prayer‘ had a vision similar to the one God gave to John in 1979 that a Holy Spirit move of prayer in our nation, calling out to God for salvation, healing and transformation, should begin in the centre of the nation, in Meriden by the cross.

In response to the vision, a gathering together for worship, prayer and declaration was held on the 29th September 2018, in Coventry, by the ruins of the old Cathedral, and then in Meriden village itself.

Meriden in the centre of England

There is an old stone monument on Meriden Green with a plaque that reads:

THIS ANCIENT WAYSIDE CROSS
HAS STOOD IN THE VILLAGE
FOR SOME 500 YEARS AND BY
TRADITION IT MARKS THE
CENTRE OF ENGLAND
THE CROSS WAS REBUILT ON
THIS SITE WHEN THE GREEN
WAS IMPROVED IN CELEBRATION
OF THE FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN
AD 1951

The Centre

Below: ‘The Centre’ on Meriden Green which God provided for John and Pam. As well as providing a charity shop, The Centre was used for prayer and outreach meetings.

A Gathering for Worship, Prayer & Declaration of God’s purposes

God’s heart is for us to be ‘as one’. On the 29th September 2018, at the heart of our nation, two connected gatherings of worship took place focusing on prayer and declaration, for reconciliation, unity and release of revival prophecy.
11 am in the Old Coventry Cathedral ruins.
2:30 pm in the Sports Park, Meriden, in the heart of England.

The Word and the Spirit coming together

In 1947, evangelist Smith Wigglesworth prophesied, when those of ‘the Word’ and those of ‘the Spirit’ come together:

“there will be the biggest move of the Holy Spirit that the nations, and indeed, the world have ever seen. It will mark the beginning of a revival that will eclipse anything that has been witnesssed within these shores…”

Read here how David Gilbey saw two Shepherd’s Crossiers (Crooks) with different engravings on them – one highlighting ‘the Holy Spirit’, the other King Jesus as ‘the Word’.