Christians need to get involved
Although there is a strong Muslim influence in Algeria, the Christians of the country should not fear getting involved in the politics of their nation. The leadership of the nation has manipulated the law to stay in power. God will reveal this. The hearts of the young people will revolt against the regime that professes to be democratic but is not.
Change of leadership
Troops are massing at the borders with war in their hearts. The local population will once again be the people who suffer. The Lord is bringing a change in the leadership of Algeria. The present leaders are arrogant and shouting for war but God will not allow it.
A lot of movement will take place across the borders of Algeria in the next 6 months. Factions within the country are receiving guns and ammunition from an unknown country in the Middle East, to stir up war. These shipments of weapons will be intercepted and sent to a harbour in Europe and destroyed. Thus the war in Algeria will fizzle out.
Cleansing the land
Initially, there might be an uprising and conflict, and leadership will be ousted. But then rain will come and wash the land and cleanse the country. The people in Algeria became numb, but God is awakening the nation. International funds will be released into Algeria for education and literacy in areas where there was no education before.
The focus of the economy is on oil and gas exports but the Lord will redirect the focus to other sources also to improve the economy. Future growth in the tourism industry will further improve the economy. A vision was seen of different coloured cloths symbolising an increase in trade.
The favour of God
Because of the many refugees, Algeria is receiving, God will give the country favour.
The northern parts of Algeria will have turmoil. In the southern parts, there are tribal groups that do not feel part of the rest of Algeria. They feel disconnected to what is happening in the north. They want to go on with life and not be involved in the northern conflict. It is important to include these tribes in nation-building and representation. There might be the possibility that, if there is no integration, a similar demand for southern autonomy could happen in Algeria as did with Sudan and southern Sudan.
A vision was seen of women praying for the children of a barren portion of land. Their prayers will cause crops to grow again. There will be settling towards the second half of 2015. People will again begin to grow the crops to sustain themselves in Algeria. There will be fewer deaths from hunger as they will sustain themselves with their own food.