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Concerns Over Omicron Variant Shutdown

Greetings from Fireside Grace Ministries!   

We'd like to share some of the prophetic words that have been fulfilled. We would like to preface that while the following prophecies have been fulfilled, this is not always a good thing. God speaks through Robyn and Brandi so that we can intercede and change things before they occur. They encourage every single reader to continually pray over the prophecies stated so that we can make a difference in the world. In sharing these fulfillments, Robyn and Brandi's intentions are to remind everyone that there is great power in corporate prayer and to never lose sight that God will do what He says He will do.  

In a video titled, “Faith is Rebellion,” posted on November 28, 2021, Robyn prophesied, “By the end of 2022, CV19 will be but a passing thought. Doesn't mean it won't exist.”

December 6, 2022, IPSOS stated in an article, “Heading into the 2022 holidays, Americans may be worrying about prices or the inevitable family fight about politics, but few of them are worried about COVID-19. The Axios/Ipsos Coronavirus index shows that with just over a third seeing contracting COVID-19 as a large or moderate risk, most Americans appear to be including the virus in their daily calculus and moving on. Indeed, Half of Americans say they have already returned to pre-COVID routines while only a third report wearing a mask some or all of the time when leaving the home.”

God, we thank You the concern for covid is fading away, as are the number of cases. We pray that covid will cease to exist completely and the fear it has caused many will disappear too. We thank You for this, in Jesus’ name. 

In the same video, Robyn prophesied, “Markets will continue to fluctuate and even drop as worry over shutdown of the economy looms. Politicians will speak and the media will speak of imminent shutdown in fear of the spreading omicron variant.” 

December 19, 2021, CNBC stated in an article, “The major averages fell on Monday as investors grappled with the resurgence of Covid cases spurred from the newfound omicron variant.”

“The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 433.28 points to 34,932.16, dragged down by losses in Boeing, Goldman Sachs, and American Express. The S&P 500 dipped 1.1% to 4,568.02 and the technology-focused Nasdaq Composite declined 1.2% to 14,980.94. The small-cap benchmark Russell 2000 lost nearly 1.6%.”

“The S&P 500 fell 3.01% over the past three days, as of Dec. 20, making it the worst decline over a three-day span since September. The Nasdaq Composite has also tumbled 3.76% over the past three days, marking the worst three-day stretch since May.”

Lord, we pray against all fear covid and variants of covid has caused. We pray that You will help us as a nation financially and all fear mongering will end, in Jesus’ name. 

”In the same video, Robyn also prophesied, “Supply chain crisis averted as ships are dispersed nationwide. What that means is we’re going through the supply chain crisis because all of our supplies are sitting on the west coast basically and up and down the east coast in some states.”

December 23, 2021, Asia Nikkei stated in an article, “President Joe Biden said the U.S. was able to clear backlogs of goods for the holiday season after he and his supply chain task force met with industry and logistics leaders Wednesday to assess the progress made in alleviating global bottlenecks and decide on how to resolve future disruptions.”

God, we thank You this crisis was averted! We thank You this was right in time for Christmas too. We pray You will prevent this from happening again, in Jesus’ name, amen. 

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Most Americans not worrying about COVID going into 2022 Holidays. (2022, December 6). IPSOS. 

Most Americans not worrying about COVID going into 2022 Holidays. (2022, December 6). IPSOS. 

Fitzgerald, M., & Li, Y. (2021, December 20). Stocks slide to start the week as omicron fears intensify, Dow falls 430 points. CNBC. 

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