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War with Iran! Prophecy of the Four Apocalyptic Horseman: Red Horse

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Nuclear War with Iran!  

On September 27th 2005, at a repentance meeting in Mbeya Tanzania, that night the LORD spoke with me regarding events about to befall the earth. In that conversation, I saw the visions of the LORD in which a historic war broke out on earth. The LORD Almighty showed me a nuclear facility that is in the desert and located at the foot of a mountain. I then saw two powerful missiles that were shot and directed to the nuclear facility by the foot of the mountain.  

It was incredibly amazing to see how the copperplated propellers of the missiles spurned in the air until they struck the nuclear facility by the foot of the mountain. It was at that crucial instant when the missiles struck the facility, that a humongous historic flame blasted out and it was such a fire that I have never witnessed in all the days of my life. It was the biggest war the earth had seen in this present time.

It is fearful that today as we speak the world has drawn much closer to the Iranian war and yet that war has a very significant spiritual bearing into the life of the church. This calls for stringent measures in preparing for
the coming of the LORD. Whether that war happens before the rapture or after rapture, is not the issue.

 All that matters is that the preparations for that war present a major spiritual landmark that time is over and the Messiah is coming. Believers need to walk in righteousness and observe a stricter holier lifestyle of salvation, in order to ready themselves for Christ's return (Rev 19:6-9). Fine linen is righteousness.

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Shalom!

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