Amos 3:7 Surely the Lord GOD will do nothing, but he revealeth his secret unto his servants the prophets.

At the beginning of 2016, Norway’s largest newspaper “Aftenposten” published the spectacular Valdres prophecy, which comes here from a Danish translation.
On a warm summer day in June 1968, an old Norwegian woman told a prophecy to the Norwegian preacher Emanuel Minos after a church service. The prophecy sounded amazing, so he kept it at home for 30 years. When he picked up and read this revelation again in 1993, he was surprised to see that most of the things in it had come true.
Emanuel Minos studied at the University of Oxford from 1957-63. After his return he received several invitations from the Norwegian Church. He also held a service in the Valdres Valley in southern Norway
He says: “After church service one Sunday at Etnedal Church, an older woman came to me. She said she was in her 90s and came to the meeting by taxi. I don’t know where she came from, but she told me she was from Valdres. She wanted to talk to me about a vision she had about the future.”
Journalist Hilde Lundgaard from the Norwegian daily newspaper Aftenposten thoroughly checked and followed up on the story of this elderly woman who met Emanuel Minos.
This old woman had heard that this preacher was to speak in Valdres, and so she set out from her farm, which was half a mile from the place, to hear Mr. Minos speak, and afterwards to communicate to him her revelation, which she had experienced.
On a church pew after the service, Minos and his wife Aase listened to the 92-year-old widow Gunhild Smelhus. She insisted that everything she had seen and experienced came from God. She asked the preacher to publish this vision to warn everyone.
On February 27, 2016, the newspaper “Aftenposten” published this article. Emanuel Minos reports: “I took her notes with me. When I got home and read what she had written, I was very critical. It was all so incredible and unreal that I initially decided not to publish anything about it, which was her goal and that was why she came to see me.
I put it in a drawer and forgot about the event. But eight years ago: in 1993, as I was organizing my papers in the drawer, an old piece of paper fell into my hands. It was the revelation of the old woman from Valdres. As I read it again, I realized that much of what she had told me was now coming true. I then decided to read it at some meetings. This then happened in the context of topics about the prophetic word and the return of Jesus.
This revelation attracted attention everywhere. It was published in newspapers, magazines and lectures. Sometimes not entirely correct. Here it is reproduced as it was written and divided into four sections.


Unwanted Prophecy:
The leaders of established church life did not agree with the content of the prophecy, which tells of a serious future – and the churches reacted in the same way. But this prophecy even started circulating on social media – and I have now mentioned it in meetings too. That the prophecy is now known about “Aftenposten” is very unusual; because “Aftenposten” is a conservative newspaper and is not known for Christian views.

 The woman from Valdres was a very alert, reliable, alert and credible Christian who enjoyed a good reputation among all who knew her. This is what she saw:

“I saw the time just before the coming of Jesus and the outbreak of World War III. I saw the events with my natural eyes. I saw the world like a kind of globe and saw Europe country by country. I saw Scandinavia … I saw Norway, I saw certain things that would happen just before the return of Jesus, and just before the final calamity occurs, a calamity the likes of which we have never experienced before. She mentioned four waves:


1. Relaxation between East and West
“Only before Jesus comes and before World War III breaks out will there be a ‘detente’ like we have never had before. There will be peace between the superpowers in the East and the West, and it will be a long one (Remember, this was in 1968, when the Cold War was at its peak. E. Minos) In this period of peace there will be in many Give countries disarmament, including Norway, and we are not prepared for it if it (the war) happens. World War III will begin in a way no one expected – and from an unexpected place.


2.Apostasy from true Christianity
“An unprecedented lukewarmness will seize Christians, a falling away from true, living Christianity. Christians will not be open to penetrating sermons. They will not want to hear about sin, grace and law, and gospel, repentance and restoration, as they did in earlier times. A replacement will come instead: Prosperity (Happiness) Christianity. “The most important thing will be to succeed, to be something, to have material things, things that God never promised us. Churches and houses of worship will be emptier and emptier. Instead of the preaching we have been used to for generations – like taking up your cross and following Jesus – entertainment, art and culture will invade the churches where repentance and revival meetings should take place, and the people in theirs spirit will sleep. This will increase significantly shortly before the return of Jesus.


3. Moral decay
“There will be a moral decay the likes of which old Norway has never experienced. People will live together as if married without being married.  Much impurity before marriage, and much infidelity in marriage, becomes natural (common), and it is justified on all sides. It will even penetrate Christian circles and people will excuse it at all costs – even sin against nature. Just before Jesus returns there, TV programs will be the likes of which we have never experienced before (TV had just arrived in Norway in 1968. E. Minos) “Television will be filled with such terrible violence that it will teach people to kill and destroy each other and it will be unsafe on our streets. People will copy what they see. There will not be just one ‘channel’ on television, there will be (She didn’t know the word “channel” that we use today. That’s why she called them stations. E. Minos.) Television will be just like radio , where we have many “stations” and it will be full of violence. People will use it for entertainment. We will see horrific scenes of murder and destruction from each other, and this will spread throughout society. Sex scenes are also shown on screen, the most intimate things that  need space in a marriage.” (I protested and said we have a paragraph that prohibits such a thing. E. Minos.) Then the old woman said: “It will happen, and you will see it, the most indecent things will happen before our eyes.”


4. Large flows of refugees and World War III
“People from poor countries will flock to Europe. (There was no immigration in 1968. E. Minos.) They will also come to Scandinavia – and to Norway. There will be so many of them that people will start to dislike them and become hard on them. They are treated like the Jews before the Second World War. Then the full measure of our sins is reached (I protested against the issue of immigration. I did not understand it at the time. E. Minos.) The tears streamed from the old woman’s eyes down her cheeks. “I won’t see it, but you will see it. Then Jesus will suddenly come and World War III will break out. It will be a short war.” (She saw it in the vision.) “Everything I have seen of the war is just child’s play compared to this, and it will be ended with an atomic bomb. The air will be so polluted that it will no longer be possible to breathe it. It will cover several continents, America, Japan, Australia and the wealthy nations. The water is ruined (contaminated?) We can no longer cultivate the soil. The result will be that only a remnant will remain. The rest in the rich countries will try to flee to the poor countries, but they will hit us as hard as we hit them.

“I’m so glad I won’t see it, but when the time comes you have to take courage and say this. I received it from God and none of it contradicts what the Bible says.

“He who has his sins forgiven and has Jesus as Savior and Lord is safe.”

Real warnings:
Professor Terje Hegertun at the Faculty of the Church in Oslo has a Pentecostal background and has heard many prophecies about an impending “Judgment Day.” However, he believes that Valdres’ prophecy stands out because it is very specific and much of it has already been fulfilled. Furthermore, the woman had nothing to gain by sharing this revelation. “I think that makes it a real warning,” he says. Emanuel Minos died in Norway in November 2014. He did not live to see part of the prophecy fulfilled when the flood of refugees flooded into Europe the following year.


Gunhild Smelhus from Valdres/Norway with her granddaughter Alf Smelhus.
She died in 1973 at the age of 98.


Published: Evangelist Dieter Constant, Bergstr,2, D-79771 Klettgau



The proof of true, God-given prophecy is that it comes to pass 100% of the time.

“But when a prophet prophesies of salvation, whether the LORD has sent him truly, it will be known that his word will be fulfilled” ( Jeremiah 28:9 ) .

All four waves of this prophecy have proven to have occurred! Is the final point, Jesus’ return, imminent?

For comparison 1968:

  • The world at the height of the Cold War
  • Television was just beginning in Norway
  • Marriage without a marriage license, sex and violence on television did not exist, and homosexuality was forbidden.


A Pentecostal elder in Moss, Norway, Martin Andersen, heard the following prophecy in Moss in 1937:
“When oil comes out of the North Sea and along the Norwegian coast, something will happen and the return of Jesus is approaching.” When these words were announced, the people in the congregation stood up and asked the man to sit down and not like that to say nonsense.
In 1937 it was indeed nonsense to talk about oil being pumped along the Norwegian coast. Today, all major oil companies in the world pump oil along the Norwegian coast. Norway is the second largest oil exporter in the world after Saudi Arabia. The sum of it all is: Jesus is coming soon (suddenly). Original Source Editor’s Note: The above report was originally provided by Israel to friends in the United States. It was sent by a Norwegian Christian worker named Ragna of Porat.
Ragna states in a footnote that it was translated from Danish. She further states that Emanuel Minos, the evangelist mentioned in the report, was her friend’s closest neighbor in Oslo. She says: “I heard it when I was young. My parents knew him.”
Because of my fear of conveying false prophecies, I diligently inquired about the information in this letter. Publication was delayed until approval could be obtained from Ragna in Israel. In my contact with her, she assured me that these reports were true and reliable.
In fact, she reports that the first report has already been published in one of Norway’s Christian newspapers. In my own research I discovered that the first report was also published by the Christian Information Service in Germany. The website of Dr. Emanuel Minos is active today and available for review. Although the language on this site is Norwegian, the very similar story of the woman and her vision is posted there in English. The above data is transmitted as received. Ragna took it upon herself to verify as much of the above information as possible.
When she contacted the Norwegian embassy, ​​she learned that Norway has now become the third largest oil exporter in the world. Ragna explains: “I certainly have no objection to you going ahead [with publication]. It has to be now – if ever.”

In the summer of 1999, an acquaintance recounted the following experience: He was traveling in a car with his wife and picked up a hitchhiker who was sitting in the back of the car. After driving a few kilometers, the man suddenly said: “Jesus is coming back soon!” When my friend looked around for the man, no one was there!


With these lines I don’t want to spread fear, rather what is important to me is what Jesus himself said about it: And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh.” Luke 21:28
However, he only says this to his followers (disciples).
But this also comes with a serious warning: Be ready! When Jesus returns, he will bring to him all those who have trusted him and taken seriously (followed) his words. Those who have rejected him or ignored his words will then remain behind and thus be exposed to the judgment of God.
There is still time to turn to him and no one knows how long, because Jesus himself says: “But of that day or hour no one knows, not even the angels in heaven, not even the Son, but only the Father.” Mark 13:32
That could be today or tomorrow or maybe later. All predictions concerning Jesus and the time until his return have been fulfilled. But anyone who says they know when Jesus is coming is lying, don’t believe him. But this was a revelation given by God, the aim of which is to prepare us for Jesus’ return. We should definitely pay attention to this so that we don’t have an eternity ahead of us, the terribleness of which is unimaginable.
God does not want any person in this future to face eternal damnation. That’s why he warns us. The answer to this (with the corresponding consequences) is up to each individual.

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