After the bombings in London, the Father said to take a rock to represent the people of London, and to put it into a bowl of red wine. (We used port, which is a deep red wine.) He said to put the rock out before Jesus when the sun when down. So, we got a rock and put it on our table in a bowl of port wine. All day we prayed for the people of London and of England. At sundown, we took the rock out and put it before Jesus. Then, the Father said to sprinkle the wine from the bowl all around the patio. We sprinkled the wine on the patio and the path leading to it, and on the flowers. The Father said it looked like one of the sin offerings that were done in the Old Testament. It also looked like it looked in London, where blood was spattered on the walls.
When I (Char Tierney) started to sprinkle the wine, I saw the Father and He was weeping. As I continued to sprinkle the wine until it was all gone, I saw the angels who are always around us, always with the Father. They stood stock still. They were silent and somber. When I finished, I saw the angels going over to a big bowl (almost as big as an angel) that was somewhere out in the spiritual realm. They looked inside. It had liquid in it and was almost full. I believe that this bowl into which they looked represents (or is) one off the bowls which the Father pours out, when He returns to the people their own actions. Therese took the picture of the wine on the patio so you could see how it looked. Father, bring an end to terrorism.