George Washington's Prophetic Vision - F

Every scribe instructed concerning the

Kingdom of Heaven is like a householder who

brings out his treasure

things new and old.

Matthew 13:32

Charles Adelle Lewis Totten in a picture

Professor C.A.L. Totten,
of Yale University says:

I can never be too thankful to the Almighty that in my youth he used Professor Wilson to show me the difference between the two houses of Israel. The very understanding of this difference is the KEY by which almost the entire Bible becomes intelligible, and I cannot state too strongly that the man who has not yet seen that Israel of the Scripture is totally distinct from the Jewish people, is yet in the very infancy, the mere alphabet, of Biblical study, and that to this day the meaning of seven-eighths of the Bible is shut to his understanding.


The Soldier Who Could Not Die


From the Soldiers Psalm:

“1 He who dwells in the most secret place of the Most High Shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. 2 I will say of the LORD, “He is my refuge and my fortress; My God, in Him will I trust.” 5 You shall not be afraid of the terror by night, nor of the arrow that flies by day. 7 A thousand may fall at your side, and ten thousand at your right hand; But it shall not come near you. 11 For He has given His angels charge over you, To keep you in all your ways.

(Psalm 91:1-2, 5, 7 and 11, NKJV)

By all accounts young George Washington seems to have been the recipient of God’s supernatural charge or protection-so much so that he became known as the “The Soldier Who Could Not Die!

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In the French and Indian War (1753-1763), the Americans and their English and Indian allies fought the French and their Indian allies. In 1755, twenty-three-year-old Colonel Washington brought 100 Virginia buckskins to join forces with veteran General Edward Braddock and his 1,300 British troops on an expedition to oust the French from western Pennsylvania. Their combined force reached a point seven miles from the French fort, and while following a path through a wooded ravine, the marched directly into a waiting ambush; the enemy opened fire on them from both sides.

General Edward Braddock

Braddock’s soldiers were veterans from European wars that were traditionally fought on open ground rather than in woods such as in Pennsylvania. When the British came under fire, they lined up shoulder to shoulder along the bottom of the ravine and, not surprisingly were slaughtered. Over the next two hours, 714 were shot down, with only thirty of the French and Indians being shot- nearly all of those by Washington’s buckskins, who were accustomed to woodland warfare and had sought cover when the attack began.

Of the eighty-six British and American officers in the battle, sixty-two were either killed or wounded. George Washington was the only mounted officer not shot down off his horse, though he had been particularly vulnerable, having courageously ridden back and forth along the front lines delivering General Braddock’s orders among the troops.

When General Braddock was mortally wounded, Washington took command, gathered the panicked troops, and retreated to Virginia. Along the way Braddock died; and Washington, whose requests for military chaplains for the Virginia troops had been regularly refused by the governor of Virginia, took on himself the role of a military chaplain, personally conducting the funeral service, reading Scriptures and offering prayers.[1]

Washington and his bedraggled men finally reached Fort Cumberland in Western Maryland on July 17, 1755. Word had spread across the colonies that all the troops had been killed, so Washington promptly wrote his family, assuring them that he was still alive, but only as a result of what he describes as the “Miraculous care of Providence.”[2] He also told his brother:


[1] The Founders Bible – The Origen of the Dream of Freedom Pg. B2.

[2] Ibid Pg. B3.

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I have heard since my arrival at this place [Fort Cumberland] a circumstantial account of my death and dying speech, I take this opportunity of contradicting the first and of assuring you that I have not yet composed the latter. But by the all-powerful dispensations of Providence, I have been protected beyond all human probability and expectation, for I had four bullets through my coat and two horses shot under me yet escaped unhurt, although death was levelling my companions on every side of me.2

A word of God’s supernatural protection of Washington swept the colonies, the Rev. Samuel Davies – considered the greatest pulpit preacher in America and a notable leader in the national revival known as “THE GREAT AWAKENING” (1730-1770)-suggested that the manner in which God had directly intervened to preserve the young and largely unknown Washington certainly seemed to indicate that “Providence has hitherto preserved him…for some important service to his country…”2

Additional confirmation of just how miraculous Washington’s preservation had been came later in 1770. Washington had returned to the same Pennsylvania woods in which he had earlier fought, but this time on a peaceful surveying mission. While preparing for the campaign against the French, the British government had General Braddock offer Virginia colonials parcels of land in Ohio in exchange for their combat service. Braddock’s disastrous encounter with the French forces at the Monongahela River site also brought about the deaths of many men of the Virginia regiment. Washington was intent on seeing to it that the British kept their promises to these veterans and the families of fallen soldiers. In 1770, Washington was permitted to notify all claimants that surveying of approved lands would proceed, and once completed; the lands would be parceled out to veterans or their heirs. The scouting party consisted of Colonel Washington, fellow veteran and surveyor, William Crawford, Joseph Nicholson, and Dr. James Craik, a lifelong friend of Washington’s, and who attended him in his final hours. They set out from Fort Pitt by canoe to explore possible bounty sites and the “Soldier’s Land.”

While at camp in the woods off the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers the group was approached by a party of non-threatening looking natives who apparently had been tracking the progress of these “white” colonials because their Chief had long wanted to meet Washington. The Chief indicated that he wanted to talk with Washington, so a Council fire was soon kindled and, with Joseph Nicholson serving as interpreter, the Chief revealed that it was he who commanded the ambush on the British and Virginian soldiers on the banks of the Monongahela River. The Grand Sachem continued:

I am a Chief and ruler over many tribes. My influence extends to the waters of the Great Lakes, and to the far Blue Mountains. I have travelled a long and weary path that I might see the young warrior of the great battle.[1] It was on the day when the white man’s blood mixed with the streams of our forest that I first beheld this chief (Washington). I called to my young men and said, mark yon tall and daring warrior. He is not of the red-coat tribe – he hath an Indian’s wisdom and his warriors fight as we do - himself alone exposed. Quick let your aim be certain, and he dies. Our riffles were levelled, riffles which, but for you, did not miss – ‘twas all in vain; a power mightier far than we, shielded him from harm. He did not die in battle.3 I am old, and shall be gathering to the great council fire by my fathers, in the land of shades, but ere I go, there is a something bids me to speak, in the voice of prophesy……….



[3] Ibid Pg. B4.

At the time of this meeting Dr. Craik took careful notes of what the Chief said, and the “Indian Prophecy” has been included in many history books, ever since.

This ancient leather-faced Indian chief had heard that Washington was back in the area and he travelled to meet him, explaining, “I have travelled a long and weary path that I might see the young warrior of the great battle.”

Over a council fire the chief declared, that he had been a leader with the French fifteen years earlier and then recounted the famous battle from his perspective. He explained that he had ordered his braves to single out the officers and shoot them down, and that Washington had been specifically targeted. The chief proudly announced that his own rifle had never before been known to miss, but after personally firing at Washington seventeen times without effect, he concluded that Washington was under the care of the Great Spirit. He therefore instructed his braves to stop firing at him, confessing to Washington that he had “come to pay homage to the man who is the particular favorite of Heaven, and who [can] never die in battle.”

Red Hawk, another Indian chief in the battle, similarly testified that of shooting eleven times at Washington without hitting him. And because his gun also never missed its mark, he, too ceased firing at him, likewise convinced that the Great Spirit protected him.

Twenty-four years later in the 1779 Battle of Brandywine, a similar Divine intervention occurred. Throughout that battle, British Major Patrick Ferguson, a renowned riffle shot and head of the British sharpshooters, quietly moved his men around in the forest, singling out one American after another, shooting them down. As the battle proceeded, he pointed out the next target to his men, and he and his three best sharpshooters drew down on the unsuspecting victim. But just before Ferguson ordered them to fire, he experienced a surprising impulse, later recounting that the thought of shooting that particular soldier suddenly disgusted him. The American officer, now in point-blank range, turned and looked directly at Ferguson, locking eyes with him over the sights of Ferguson’s rifle. After a few moments, the American slowly turned his horse, deliberately showed his fully exposed back to Ferguson, and then calmly cantered away.


Ferguson recalled: “I could have lodged half a dozen balls in him before he was out of my reach…but I let him live.[4] He later discovered that it had been General George Washington whom he had allowed to live.

Early historian Lyman Draper observed of this incident:


[4] Ibid Pg. B5.

Had Washington fallen, it is difficult to calculate its probable effect upon the result of the struggle of the American people….This singular impulse of Ferguson illustrates in a forcible manner the overruling hand of Providence in directing the operations of a man’s mind when he himself is least aware of it.4

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The angel who visited George Washington said to him:


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STEPHEN J. SPYKERMAN, was born the fourth son of a Dutch father and an English mother in September 1940 during the Nazi occupation of Holland. The family escaped the Holocaust due to his parent’s Catholic religion plus the fact that his mother was English and thus, she was seen as English rather than the Jewish woman. Stephen’s early years were full of excitement and danger, as their house for some time became the emergency headquarters for the Dutch resistance in his region. His father was arrested by the Nazi authorities and held for some time in a special prison for people who were considered influential in their local communities. His parents also sheltered Henny Cohen, a Jewish woman, who was hiding whilst on the run from the Nazi’s. At the same time their formidable children’s nanny worked as a courier for the Dutch resistance.

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George Washington's Prophetic Vision - F
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