Tribute To Prophesy President George Washington and the courage of his humility before his Maker which granted such a promise.
"He Cannot Die in Battle"
A little-known sidelight connected with Braddock's defeat [referring to a battle Washington fought in during The French and Indian War, under a British General named Edward Braddock] was an "Indian prophecy" pronounced fifteen years later by an aged Indian chief. In the fall of 1770, Washington and several other men traveled to the Ohio to examine some of the western lands that had been granted to colonial veterans of the French and Indian War. During that journey the men were met by an Indian trader who "declared that he was conducting a party which consisted of a grand sachem and some attendant warriors; that the chief was a very great man among the northwestern tribes, and the same who [had] commanded the Indians on the fall of Braddock.... Hearing of the visit of Colonel Washington to the western country, this chief had set out on a mission, the object of which [he] himself would make known." 32 After the two groups had arranged themselves around a council fire, the old Indian rose and spoke to the group through an interpreter:
I am a chief, and the ruler over many tribes. My influence extends to the waters of the great lakes, and to the far blue mountains. I have traveled a long and weary path that I might see the young warrior of the great battle.
It was on the day when the white man's blood mixed with the streams of our forest that I first beheld this chief. I called to my young men and said, Mark yon tall and daring warrior? He is not of the red-coat tribe-he hath an Indian's wisdom, and his warriors fight as we do-himself is alone exposed. Quick, let your aim be certain, and he dies. Our rifles were levelled, rifles which but for him knew not how to miss-'twas all in vain; a power mightier far than we shielded him from harm. He cannot die in battle.
I am old, and soon shall be gathered to the great council fire of my fathers in the land of shades; but ere I go there is something bids me speak in the voice of prophecy. Listen! The Great Spirit protects that man, and guides his destinies-he will become the chief of nations, and a people yet unborn will hail him as the founder of a mighty empire! 33
This excerpt was taken from the book The Real George Washington .
"Since when did we as Americans stop wanting our leaders not to communicate with God?
The greatest moral failure of our modern American civilization is not defending our independence and liberty principles in the U.S. Constitution. When these principles corrode,delapidate, and go unsung the riches of the wealthy become slippery and the treasures you have burried for security will be lost. Watch for the greater depression is coming.
If the abscence of God creeps into America, an invasion of hell will ravage the country until goddlessness dies and a restoration of heaven is made; I have not run this race because I like the mocking voices of those daring God from high and low. My duty to God in appreciation for the Liberty and Independence which gives the mockers a breath to hang themselves has brought me here. If the withdrawl of God's Spirit can be stayed it is a little thing to endure some humiliation."
Aug 1,2008 Quote Cody R.Judy
George Washington Prophesy
Joseph Smith Jr.
A Prophecy of Joseph Smith on the United States (1844)
There will be two great political parties in this country. One will be called the Republican, and the other the Democrat party. These two will go to war and out of these two parties will spring another party which will be the Independent American Party. The United States will spend her strength and means warring in foreign lands until other nations will say, "Let's divide up the lands of United States," then the people of the U.S. will unite and swear by the blood of their forefathers, that the land will not be divided. Then the country will go to war, and they will fight until one half of the U.S. army will give up, and the rest will continue to struggle. They will keep on until they are very ragged and discouraged, and almost ready to give up--when the boys from the mountains will rush forth in time to save the American Army from defeat and ruin. And they will say, "Brethren, we are glad you have come; give us men, henceforth, who can talk with God." Then you will have friends, but you will save the country when it's [sic] liberty hangs by a hair, as it were.
A word from wise men
Cody Robert Judy