War are as old as time itself, it's reason been hilarious so to say, the idea of peace through war. It's indisputable that it's perils are unimaginable, the world has witnessed it's scorch and at the dawn of the war of wars(world war 1&2),majors where taken to avert it's occurance again, but the question is can there ever be absolute peace? Can we live in a world without war? That's one question I wouldn't want to answer in a hurry. Now there are rumors about war forth coming and with the prophesy of a self acclaimed messanger of God Herocio villages, the possibility is even high. Am not really interested if he's a messanger of God or not, what am interested is the unfolding truth in his prophesy.
In 2015, he prophesied that Donald Trump would win the election and become the president of America. Well the prophesy came true, Donald Trump is the president of the United States.
Not just that, he also warned that the U.S would attack Syria and that it'll bring misunderstanding between America Russia and Iraq. Earlier this year, more than 85 people, many of them children died an excruciating death after been gassed by a nerve agent in the syria town of khan sheikhoun. In response to Assad's(president of syria)chemical attack, President Trump ordered a powerful Tomahawk missile strike from the eastern side of the Mediterranean Sea, to the location where the Chemical attack took place. It was reported that the location was totally destroyed including Syrian warship, 20 plane and a fuel station.
Russian and Iraq have warned that it is one step from war with America over Syria attack. They went on to say they'll respond to any aggression by America.
He also prophesied the involvement of North Korea in the forth coming war and the conflict that'll happen between North Korea, the U.S, Japan, and South Korea.
This year there are have serious conflict between North Korea, U.S, Japan and South Korea.
North Korea involvement in missile test have arose complain from the U.N and the United States. Just this year, North Korea have been involve in 9 missile tests despite the warning from the U.N
The last missile test conducted have been reported to have landed near the Japan and the U.S territory. Donald Trump have threatened South Korea with fire if it poses further threat to the country.
In response to the threat, Kim have said he'll launch four immediate range missile to U.S Island territory of Guam. Meanwhile Japan prime minister shinzo Abe say the country will join the United States in taking concrete action against North Korea after it latest ballistic missile test.
The worst prophesy was when he said world war3 will happen any time soon. He said the death number will be great and the destruction unimaginable. My question is, if he prophesied before and they happened, what is the possibility that this one won't???

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Comment by Gideon Godspower on December 7, 2017 at 5:54pm

Thanks.... I'll sure follow the link and read your post@Tochukwu

Comment by Ezeifekwuaba. Tochukwu. Benedict on December 7, 2017 at 5:50pm
Comment by Ezeifekwuaba. Tochukwu. Benedict on December 7, 2017 at 5:50pm
Comment by Ezeifekwuaba. Tochukwu. Benedict on December 7, 2017 at 5:49pm

it is all about end time Bro.

The vengeance of the lord is on the world...................

Comment by Ezeifekwuaba. Tochukwu. Benedict on December 7, 2017 at 5:49pm

nice post...

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