WW3: Bible Passage Reveals North Korea & US Conflict Will Kill BILLIONS
Nuclear War fits perfectly into end times prophecy
As growing tension between the US and North Korea continues, a passage from the Bible indicates that both countries could be wiped out before the apocalypse according to Pastor Greg Laurie.
The pastor, from the Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California explains that tensions between the Hermit kingdom and America fit perfectly into the End Times Prophecy in the Bible.
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The pastor also points out that the US and North Korea are absent from the Book of Revelation, which chillingly implies that both nations will be wiped out before the apocalypse strikes.
North Korea's threats “can't be dismissed or taken lightly,” he said.
“Here is what concerns me. We do not find the reigning superpower on the face of the Earth anywhere in the Last Days scenario. Other nations emerge."
“So where is America? I pray we are not out of the picture, because we have been in some kind of nuclear conflict.”
Laurie also says that Iran, which is also mentioned in the End Times Prophecy, could acquire Nuclear Weapons from North Korea.
The Express reports: He said: “In the Last Days there is no mention of any nation that would resemble North Korea however the Bible does speak of Iran in the End Times scenario.
“You might be surprised to know there is an alignment of sorts between North Korea and Iran.
“In fact, former ambassador the United Nations John Bolton recently said if North Korea developed a delivery system for nuclear weapon Iran would have it the next day simply by writing a cheque.”
But Dr Samuel Lamerson, professor of the New Testament and president of Florida’s Knox Theological Seminary told The Christian Post Pastor Laurie has no reason to panic.
He said: “I don’t see any reason to despair because one cannot find the US in the book of Revelation.
“Biblical prophecy is often very difficult to understand. In many cases one needs the fulfilment in order to understand the prophecy.
“One should never think that biblical prophecy is a sort of ‘fortune telling machine’ to let us know about specific political or social issues.”
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