Wilkerson did not give dates for any of the prophecies in his vision, except to say that all the predictions would not be fulfilled in his lifetime. Therefore, it is impossible to declare him to be a “false prophet” at this point in time.
David Wilkerson claims to not be a prophet, yet he even says in his newsletters he was given a prophetic message from the Lord for us and he keeps giving prophecies. Regardless of whether he is a prophet or not, his prophecies are not coming true, as will be shown below.
Visions of David Wilkerson (Published in 1974) Earthquakes coming to United States ! The United States is going to experience in the future the most tragic earthquakes in its history. One day soon this nation will be reeling under the impact of the biggest news story of modern times.
David Wilkerson was born in 1931 in Indiana. He was the second son of a family of Pentecostal Christian preachers, and he was raised in Barnesboro , Pennsylvania , in a house "full of Bibles ". His paternal grandfather and his father, Kenneth, were ministers.
This prophecy never came true and dozens of other prophecies that David Wilkerson made never came true. That is a documented fact. I have his book written in 1976 that proves the point. If he claims to be a prophet he is a false prophet.
Pondering David Wilkerson's Prophecy of the Crash Rob Miller - 06/07/2015 (David's notes in red) Greece has chosen to bundle the June 5th payment with all payments due in June to be paid at the end of June.. Let's assume the last part of that article is true and Greece officially defaults June 30th.
The Vision and Beyond, Prophecies Fulfilled and Still to Come [David Wilkerson] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In this compelling release, David Wilkerson brings the reader up to date and into the future. He firmly believes that we are now living in the time the Bible refers to as the beginnings of sorrows and that the world is racing toward Armageddon.