Doomsday Pastor Wilkerson May Have Predicted 911: His Predictions May have a Track Record of Accuracy



Apparently Dave Wilkerson didn’t recently go off the rails but has had this kind of “message from God” in the past and he appears to have been correct.  Read the following opinion piece published in World Net Daily about Wilkerson’s amazing prediction of the September 11 attacks.  Wilkerson had warning that something was coming and cancelled every activity in the church for about 6 weeks and instead of sermons the congregation prayed.  Then on September 10 he stayed up all night with some friends making peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches and by the time the first plane hit the tower they had about 2,000 sandwiches. 

Once Again Last Days America takes no position on Pastor Wilkerson’s prediction of impending disaster but would certainly recommend that every family have sufficient emergency supplies for any contingency.  That’s only prudent.  Wilkerson suggests 30 days dried goods stored that could be used in an emergency to sustain necessary functions, and that seems reasonable to me.

My understanding is that the bible says that any prophet that claims to make a prediction by the Lord, as Wilkerson does, must come true.  If what Wilkerson says does not come to pass his ministry should, I’m sure by his own admission, suffer accordingly for scaring everyone to death.  If on the other hand something happens this may well be someone who’s writings and opinions are important to know and understand.  It’s also wise to remember that Jesus himself warned us that there would be many false profits in the last days.  We’re warned to test the spirits to see if the message is from god and that admonition is as important now, in 2009 as when the Lord spoke it to his disciples a couple of millennia ago.  Last Days America will continue to research this man and bring you our conclusions.  We will attempt to gain independent verification of the story below.

Here is the piece by Janet Porter that appeared in World Net Daily at the following URL


Heed Wilkerson’s warning


When I was a kid, I read about David Wilkerson who took to Gospel to the gangs of New York. I even saw the movie “The Cross and the Switchblade” that was made about him. Many know about that, but most don’t know what happened in his church just eight years ago.

In the fall of 2001, Pastor David Wilkerson, of Times Square Church in New York City, was warned by God that a calamity was coming. For six weeks they felt an intense burden and enormous heaviness. A critical need for intercession was so profound that Pastor Wilkerson canceled everything on the church calendar – mission’s conferences, youth events and every guest speaker.

For six weeks, there wasn’t a sermon. Instead, there was intercession for our nation with weeping and repentance. They knew something was coming and that something was bad. And that something was soon. So they prayed. And prayed … and prayed.

Then Wilkerson felt God telling him something that seemed rather bizarre. He felt God telling him to make sandwiches – lots of sandwiches. What were they for? Who would eat them? That part wasn’t clear, but his church did what they believed God was telling them anyway.

And on the 10th of September they stayed up all night making hundreds and hundreds of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. By morning they had about 2,000 sandwiches. At 8:46 a.m. the first plane hit the World Trade Center and Times Square Church was ready to feed and minister to rescue workers and victims of our nation’s worst attack.

Making sandwiches all night is a strange thing to do. If someone told me to stay up all night making sandwiches, I’d probably tell them they were crazy. But if David Wilkerson says he’s heard something from God today, I think we’d be crazy not to listen.

He now says he feels the same thing he felt leading up to the attack by radical Islam. In an “URGENT MESSAGE” dated March 7, 2009, Wilkerson said:


For 10 years I have been warning about a thousand fires coming to New York City. It will engulf the whole megaplex, including areas of New Jersey and Connecticut. Major cities all across America will experience riots and blazing fires – such as we saw in Watts, Los Angeles, years ago.

There will be riots and fires in cities worldwide. There will be looting – including Times Square, New York City. What we are experiencing now is not a recession, not even a depression. We are under God’s wrath. In Psalm 11 it is written:

… God is judging the raging sins of America and the nations. He is destroying the secular foundations.

The prophet Jeremiah pleaded with wicked Israel, “God is fashioning a calamity against you and devising a plan against you. Oh, turn back each of you from your evil way, and reform your ways and deeds. But they will say, It’s hopeless! For we are going to follow our own plans, and each of us will act according to the stubbornness of his evil heart” (Jeremiah 18:11-12).

In Psalm 11:6, David warns, “Upon the wicked he will rain snares (coals of fire) … fire … burning wind … will be the portion of their cup.” Why? David answered, “Because the Lord is righteous” (v. 7). This is a righteous judgment – just as in the judgments of Sodom and in Noah’s generation.


First, I give you a practical word I received for my own direction. If possible lay in store a 30-day supply of non-perishable food, toiletries and other essentials. In major cities, grocery stores are emptied in an hour at the sign of an impending disaster.

… I will behold our Lord on his throne, with his eye of tender, loving kindness watching over every step I take – trusting that he will deliver his people even through floods, fires, calamities, tests, trials of all kinds.

Note: I do not know when these things will come to pass, but I know it is not far off. I have unburdened my soul to you. Do with the message as you choose.

Warren Buffett has said that our economy has “fallen off a cliff.” With the election of the most pro-abortion president (and Congress) in history, there’s no question that we deserve God’s judgment.

Just yesterday, Barack Obama signed an executive order to use children for spare parts. So much for defending the “least of these,” as he so often quoted during his campaign. Cannibalizing the weak to help the strong. And by the way, don’t believe everything you hear in the news – Obama didn’t say he was against cloning. He said he was against “reproductive” cloning. Killing a new life after cloning one is another matter entirely: the cowardice of Obama’s “Brave New World.”

The bottom line is that we are economically and morally bankrupt. And it’s reported that Iran now has all they need to build nukes.

So, when the guy who made the 2,000 sandwiches on Sept. 10 warns us: “AN EARTH-SHATTERING CALAMITY IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN,” I think we would do well to heed it. And follow the words Wilkerson quotes from the prophet Jeremiah and “turn back each of you from your evil way, and reform your ways and deeds.”



3 responses to “Doomsday Pastor Wilkerson May Have Predicted 911: His Predictions May have a Track Record of Accuracy

  1. I may misunderstand your prophecy, but to me you are slamming Obama. I understand the bible to say that the very elect will believe this man. Believe me it is not Obama! I thought Bush was the antichrist, but one will come and he will not be a black man in color. These prophecies seem so racial to me. I pray that I am wrong. We need to pray for those in authority. I read that in the Bible. We prayed for Bush, but I notice that we don’t pray for Obama. IMy trust is in God not your prophecies. People need to read the WORD and not trust in man. Your prophecy are causing me not to even go to the church I go to and love, because of some many negatives about Obama.
    I also know that we should not cause any of our brothers to stray.

    • Last Days America takes no position on the David Wilkerson Matter other than to say that a veteran and respected Minister seems to think that there’s an impending disaster on the way.

      Further Last Days America does not believe either Obama or Bush to be the Anti Christ. We highlight stories that detail the fall of America because the bible has no country in the last days that can be said to be America. There are some hints but we are basically absent. One leading theory is that we’re no longer a superpower but have fallen to economic and social distress while Europe takes over world leadership at least as far as world culture is concerned.

      To be frank I think Bush unwisely started us down the socialist road but Obama is driving a change to socialism with every fiber of his being and I oppose this. I have no regard for Obama’s policies as I believe he’s wrong on every single thing he does and I think he’s ruling by fear like a banana republic dictator. Its true I hold his policies in contempt; but its also true that he’s the president and I pray for him and hope God will enlighten his administration and halt the crazy spending and socialist world view.

      You are correct in that we should always pray for those in authority as that is indeed a commandment from God. We are to be good citizens in this republic and that includes advocating a Christian perspective through our elected leaders and talking about Christian Values in the market place of Ideas. It also includes being a loyal, nonviolent opposition to our leaders when our conscience informs us that the leaders are wrong.

      I’ve not made any prophesies for you “not to trust” and I do not claim to speak for God. I’m a Christian in Philadelphia who sees the world coming apart all around us and across the globe in ways that seem to have been predicted by Bible Prophesy. (At least my understanding of Prophesy) I encourage you to continue to your church for Christian Instruction and I invite you to read my blog as the opinion of an interested layman considering the prophetic possibilities of today’s headlines.

      I thank you for your comment but I advise you that I will continue to criticize Obama, peacefully and clearly, as I think he is taking the country to a very bad place. That’s not a prophesy—– It’s just my opinion.

      Peace be with you,

      Conway Stone

      PS: New Venture Church was my home church for several years and has a link on this blog. New Hope Christian Fellowship also has a link and is an outstanding church in Hawaii with wonderful content on the web. I encourage you to take a look.

  2. Is God’s Arm too Short to Save? Where is our Faith in a Almighty God? Is not the work of Jesus Finished?Are we Saved by our works or by HIS Grace? In response to pastor Wilkerson’s Message We Can’t Change any Person’s heart ie:President Obama etc.But Together as Christian Believers,We can employ the most powerful Force in the Universe. we can PRAY, and Believe —Didn’t Jesus Tell us “To let not your Heart Be troubled, and Niether be Afraid” God can’t” Let Not” for us, So Let’s Pray and Believe in God’s Divine Intervention through our Prayers and Faith. God Bless

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