reply to post by Kandinsky
Actually, there have been a fair number of non-Americans receiving and sharing similar warnings . . . from all walks of life for at least 20 years.
Maybe I can track some down. May take a while.
There were some when I was in Taiwan. One was a dear Bro from India.
Dimitru Duduman was not from America:
DIMITRU DUDUMAN’S DREAMS AND VISIONS:
CHINA RUSSIA STRIKE:
He was an active KDB agent in the Balkans . . . and an alcoholic. He was apprehended by God in a fashion similar to Saul/Paul on the road to
His grandson also has a prophetic gifting and runs the website.
Dimitru's daughter, the grandson's mother, also has some prophetic gifting but has had some serious hassles from . . . not quite sure who or what
all . . . and so tries to keep somewhat of a low profile.
Most of the Christian prophetic is still a mess. I believe God will clean it up but I don't know when.
imho, One reason for such a lack of complete and perfect knowledge and communications in such a field . . . is the issue of humility. Lack of humility
clouds the message and the transmission of the message. And, I don't think God's about to give any one person the whole picture because of the pride
that would result.
There aren't many I pay that much attention to any more. Usually, in my experience, it's the no-name, obscure folks who tend to be the more
I think Maurice is one of the MORE accurate better known.
And, there's a lot of stuff that's mis-perceived in the distribution and in the hearing/reading of the msg. I think even a lot of Biblical prophecy
became clear only AFTER fulfillment.
Certainly that's true of most authentic Bible Codes.
And the timeline--goodness--that seems to routinely be long after the msg is given. I don't understand about God's '2,000 years "soon" '. . .
Yeah . . . I know a thousand years is as a day to Him.
And, I think the descriptions of future events are usually, to some degree, filtered through the personalities and perceptions of the agent involved.
That was true with all the Gospel writers and with St Paul.
Nevertheless, God affirmed their words to the letter.
IIRC, it was Jeremiah that God said "Not one of his words fell to the ground." We'll see that day again.
Thanks for your kind reply.