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North Korea has test-fired a number of missiles - one of which was a long-range weapon which failed seconds into flight, US officials have said.

The Taepodong-2 weapon, thought to be capable of reaching the US, crashed 42 seconds after it was launched.

Washington said North Korea had fired at least six missiles, the rest of which were short-range, and could be preparing to launch others.

The UN Security Council will hold an emergency meeting to discuss the tests.


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 2006/7/6 0:36Profile
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 Re: N Korea test fires long-range missile

I wonder if it was crashed on purpose or if it actually malfunctioned. Makes we wonder how they expected the US would react should it actually have reached our shores.

Well, anyways here is a prophecy given 3 years ago by Kim Clement.

"Korea! What is this little beast that would stand and strike its finger up the nose of those that have brought praise to My heart?" says the Lord.

God says, "Would they say, 'Come, you do it, we shall strike you?' But it shall be a mistake and they shall desperately stand in fear and say, 'Why did we do it? Why did we strike at the giant? Did we not know better?' Did Japan not know better when it did that at Pearl Harbor?'"

But the Spirit of the Lord says, "They will do and try the same thing." But watch this, watch this! God says, "My generals and My men that I placed in high places are men of prayer and are men of life."

"Therefore, I will not allow it to even touch one person or even scar one of your soldiers because of the hand of the Lord that is upon you," says the Lord.


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Who is Kim Clement, and why does she claim to be the tongue of God? Makes me wary when one claims to have new revelations from God.

 2006/7/13 14:15Profile
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Who is Kim Clement, and why does [u]she[/u] claim to be the tongue of God



She is a [i]He[/i]. ;-)


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Uh-oh. I read a shirt the other day that said "assume nothing." I should've listened!

Sorry Kim, didn't mean to insult.

 2006/7/13 14:39Profile
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 Re: Kim Clement

Although I have actually been at a meeting of Kim Clement's, I'm not sure he is a true prophet of God.

Some people that I know, Godly people, believe him, but I am undecided. I'd rather err on the side of caution.

If you want to check him out, his website is:

www.kimclement.com




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 2006/7/13 14:53Profile
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To be sure N Korea will attempt to do something however I don't believe anything will come of it. About 10 years ago I had a dream where I saw into N korea and saw a nuke (missle), I also saw in this dream 2 cherubim over seeing the whole thing, they were in military police uniforms, I understood much of what I saw because they looked into me and imparted understanding, but I don't need to elaborate the whole here. Any way , I'm no prophet, just a regular guy who wants to simply serve Jesus. Extra biblical revelations? I do believe Jesus is telling individuals of near events, even though you can't find them word for word in the bible. That's where we are to judge the words spoken prayerfully. I'm usually careful about judging someone as false this or that, if anything, I try to chalk it up as a mistake or error and trust the Lord to handle the matter, except where there is much proof and much bad fruit. :-)


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 2006/7/13 15:26Profile
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It is time to follow Jesus, not only as we see Him in history, but also as He is presently revealing Himself.



That's a quote from Kim's webpage. I didn't spend much time there, but I wouldn't be found at one of his "prophetic gatherings."

 2006/7/13 15:29Profile
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dohzman wrote:
Extra biblical revelations? I do believe Jesus is telling individuals of near events, even though you can't find them word for word in the bible.



In the end times we're told that we'll be given understanding of the times. It seems Kim, however, has an agenda to restructure the modern day church, based off of his extra-biblical revelations. Sounds fishy to me... Seventh-day adventism, Christian Science, Mormonism. Look into how they all got started.

 2006/7/13 15:34Profile
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I can't answer for this Kim dude but I do know that I've heard some prophesies that were to say the least, extra- biblical. Here's an example: The sunday before 9/11 a sister I know gave a prophetic warning on the attack, it to me didn't sound like anything biblical, but I did bear witness with it, however, just a few days later, bang 9/11.

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It seems Kim, however, has an agenda to restructure the modern day church, based off of his extra-biblical revelations



I don't know the whole thing here but I've observed that many of these prophets draw the attention to themselves instead of Jesus. That's sad :-(


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