The following prophetic word given by Steve Witt in Ayr, Scotland, on 5th October 2007.
“I believe that God is about to send a major earthquake to Iceland, actually a volcano, it’s going to erupt, He spoke to me, and said it was going to be the 8th most powerful volcano in Iceland’s history. … It may not be for a while, but it will happen and it’s going to happen as a sign.
And when it comes there’s also going to be earthquakes that are going to hit Scotland, but they’re going to be enough to put in the front page of the newspapers – “Scotland is shaken” and it’s going to be a sign to you as a nation, particularly the Christians that God is about to unearth something big.
That something that has been hidden and has been a mystery of prayers of saints for hundreds of years even over a thousand are going to begin to birth in this area, and could be a combination of the whole Hebrides thing, and Shetlands, and John Knox, and many, many prayers over the years are going to come forth at one time.
God is going to sweep this country, it’s going to be like a flash flood- it’s going to come quickly, it’s going to be fast and it will be over quickly but the evidence of it will live for many years – and it’s going to be up to the people that discern and understand what is happening what will happen in your area.
Here’s what the Lord is speaking for this area of Ayr, that God wants this area to be a place of refuge. That He’s going to raise up mighty works in this area, there’s already great works in this area, but I’m talking about mighty works.
Churches that are 100 will be lured into larger numbers, 4 and 500. Churches that are 2 or 300 will be tempted to become churches of 1000.
A lot of Scottish people they look around and go “well God’s not going to do anything big here, it just hasn’t happened that way before”
He is offering something major to those whose hearts have been expanded to contain it.
May you know the day of your visitation, may you be like sons of Issachar. They just didn’t discern the times, but they knew what to do. “