KingDavid

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  1. Great new image of the riders! In recent years there have always been new illustrations from the revelation. Maybe they're working on a new release?
  2. Re. 13:11-15 and 19:19-20 shows, that the false prophet, to the end of his life, demands that worship be presented to the image of the wild beast
  3. I found this: "In each case, the most recently submitted "American Sovereignty Restoration Act" bill has been referred to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs and languished there without ever being passed or brought to a vote." http://www.snopes.com/us-pulling-out-of-un/ So, don't panic [emoji6]
  4. I also saw it here in Germany. But not because I like Trump but because I like history. He will play an interesting role in world history, I guess.
  5. Pope Francis: "But the case of Germany in 1933 is typical, a people that was immersed in a crisis, that looked for its identity until this charismatic leader came and promised to give their identity back, and he gave them a distorted identity, and we all know what happened." http://elpais.com/elpais/2017/01/21/inenglish/1485026427_223988.html
  6. Gathering of European right-wing parties https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/jan/21/koblenz-far-right-european-political-leaders-meeting-brexit-donald-trump
  7. Turkey recognizes it is no longer "realistic" to reach a solution to the conflict in Syria without President Bashar al-Assad (photo) a top Turkish official said on Friday. "We have to be pragmatic, realistic. The facts on the ground have changed dramatically," Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek said at a panel on Syria and Iraq at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland. "Turkey can no longer insist on a settlement without Assad. It is not realistic." http://m.dw.com/en/turkey-softens-stance-towards-bashar-al-assad-in-syria-settlement/a-37211975
  8. Thank you very much [emoji39]
  9. Und ich geb mir hier eine Mühe mit meinem miserablen Englisch [emoji23]
  10. A statement from the past year from the Secretary General of U.N.: “More than that, I urge your ownership of this entire agenda. We cannot expect to effectively respond to today’s peace and security challenges with yesterday’s mindset and capacities,” he added. “There is a collective sense that our toolbox has not kept pace with the emerging and increasingly complex challenges we face in peace and security,” he said. “Conflict is increasingly transnational and difficult to resolve through the traditional tools at our disposal,” he added. http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=53653#.WHYyize1LFo
  11. For remember: "Soon, Satan will deceive the masses into accepting a false sense of “peace and security.” He will mislead them into thinking that all is well on the world scene." http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/2016527#h=22 Interesting: "the masses"
  12. [emoji5] For me, the important sentence of the article is: "Among the factors affecting peace and security negatively, 55 percent named the influx of asylum-seekers."
  13. That would definitely be a possibility. Especially since the Syrian conflict basically exists only because the USA and Russia are not on the same line. If they were ... We'll see. It was once said in our literature that the call for peace and security was the most loud after the two world wars. Now, The current threat to peace and security seems to me to be more of terrorism. Or a religious conflict that is unloading around the world. Who knows what happens when an important sanctuary is attacked? Just a consideration
  14. This was also my thought: peace in Syria would also mean security in Europe. Issue of refugee crisis
  15. Very good comment! In addition, we should not forget that the text continues with "then sudden destruction is to be instantly on them" So, if destruction does not come immediately, then it was not the intended exclamation. But we must keep watch (on our tower)! Let us not forget verse 4!