Tensions between the United States and North Korea have increased significantly in the past week or so. In an April 12 interview on Fox Business Network, President Trump said, “We are sending an armada, very powerful. We have submarines, very powerful, far more powerful than the aircraft carrier, that I can tell you. And we have the best military people on Earth. And I will say this. He (Kim Jong Un) is doing the wrong thing. He is doing the wrong thing. He is making a big mistake.” (Source: insider.foxnews.com)
So, it appears big trouble is brewing. However, Z3er Matt Smith shared the following comment yesterday with a prophetic word received by Pastor TD Hale regarding North Korea.
“As clear as I sit this morning, the LORD spoke and said, ‘Do not fear North Korea, for My hand will deal harshly with them.’
I cannot but speak what I hear and what He says. There are other things that you should keep your eyes on. This is the word of the Lord.”
Pastor TD Hale’s prophetic revelations have proven to be very accurate, so whenever he shares a word, he has my full attention.
When God gives words like this, it is often a heads up, information we need to know because something is about to happen soon that would otherwise cause us to be concerned. I believe God is letting us know ahead of time we do not need to be concerned about this situation because it will not erupt into a major conflict at this time.
It is great to know we can trust God to deal with North Korea, just as this prophetic word says, “My hand will deal harshly with them.” That sounds right to me because North Korea’s psycho leader, Kim Jong-Un, has dealt so harshly with his own people, sending hundreds of thousands to concentration camps where most of them never return home.
We might see tensions escalate even further and possibly military strikes when the U.S. ships reach their strike zones, enough to shake the markets as nervous investors try to get inside the head Kim Jong-Un to predict whether or not he will over-react. He has already ordered an evacuation of their capital city. However, based on this word from TD Hale, it sounds like whatever happens will not escalate into a major conflict.
That fits with what I saw yesterday. I saw a short vision showing a spike in silver prices followed by a quick reversal right back down to where they started. Then the price spiked up again, so it formed an N-shaped pattern. That is the kind of price action in precious metals we would expect to see during a time of heightened tensions and the drop back down fits with the problem going away quickly. However, I was not shown any dates, so what I saw might have been totally unrelated to events in North Korea.
Our God is called the “God of all Comfort” because He comforts us in all our afflictions, removing our burdens so we can comfort others who are in any kind of affliction (2 Corinthians 1:3-4). He does not want us to be burdened with the cares of this world, especially about something that is not even going to happen.
Author: James Bailey
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