Before his 2015 death, John Paul Jackson famously prophesied a coming water shortage, leading to a time when water becomes more costly than oil. Jackson also predicted that Israel would attack Iran militarily, leading to soaring gas prices and a surge in anti-Semitism.
John Paul Jackson was an author, teacher and speaker working in the milieu of charismatic and Pentecostal Christianity. Jackson's prophecies detail the coming of noteworthy natural disasters like huge thunder storms, hail storms and tornadoes. The author prophesied that natural disasters would occur in places where similar disasters were formerly unseen. Jackson predicted food crop blights and food shortages in the near future of the United States and the world
Some of Jackson's most famous prophecies relate to "The Coming Perfect Storm," a statement Jackson published in 2008. Purportedly inspired by God, the statement predicted a coming time of calamities. Jackson claimed that this time of troubles would involve upheavals in geopolitics, economics and world weather patterns.
Once a member of the controversial Kansas City Prophets, Jackson appeared multiple times on Christian-themed television programs like "The 700 Club" and "This Is Your Day." Jackson spoke at religious conferences and founded a Christian organization called Streams Ministries International.