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    • @JW Insider Yes, I firmly believe that the Bible identifies Russia as the king of the north and I am equally convinced that it is the small horn that becomes great and that it drops three kings (what are the kings?) And I would have so many other things to say . If you want, you can go to see the article explaining the scriptural reasons because the king of the north is Russia (and he is the last king to remain on earth before the armageddon battle) you can read this article

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      The blog is in Italian, but you can translate it into your language from the homepage (go to the home page and follow the instructions in the first article outlined).

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    • Our brothers preaching at a market in Kinshasa Democratic Republic of Congo! also written as Kinshasa and Leopoldville known until 1966 as is the capital and largest city of the Democratic Republic of Congo!  
    • Use your equipment, and the sword, the Bible to ward off Satan's attacks. Their will be many more coming!  ⚔️🛡📖🛡⚔️ (Eph 6:10-19)
      "Finally, go on acquiring power in the Lord and in the mightiness of his strength. 11 Put on the complete suit of armor from God so that you may be able to stand firm against the crafty acts of the Devil; 12 because we have a struggle, not against blood and flesh, but against the governments, against the authorities, against the world rulers of this darkness, against the wicked spirit forces in the heavenly places. 13 For this reason take up the complete suit of armor from God, so that you may be able to resist in the wicked day and, after you have accomplished everything, to stand firm. 14 Stand firm, therefore, with the belt of truth fastened around your waist, wearing the breastplate of righteousness, 15 and having your feet shod in readiness to declare the good news of peace. 16 Besides all of this, take up the large shield of faith, with which you will be able to extinguish all the wicked one’s burning arrows. 17 Also, accept the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the spirit, that is, God’s word, 18 while with every form of prayer and supplication you carry on prayer on every occasion in spirit. And to that end stay awake, constantly making supplication in behalf of all the holy ones."
    • Adorable as they are, little children clearly lack the maturity, experience, and wisdom generally associated with age.  Yet, Jesus told his disciples: “Unless you become as young children, you will by no means enter into the kingdom.”  What did Jesus mean? What qualities do young children possess that adults do well to imitate? Well, think how timid and trusting a child is! How free of rivalry and malice! How submissive and unassuming!  Yes, a little child can beautifully epitomize the godly quality of Humility. Jesus’ point is clear. All of us must cultivate childlike humility if we are to inherit God’s Kingdom. - Matthew 18:3.
    • Have Tender Affection for One Another” - “Jehovah Is Very Tender in Affection” Unpleasant experiences may have left some with the feeling that showing tender affection would lead only to further disappointment.  It takes courage and strong faith for them to open their heart to others once again. But they should never forget that Jehovah “is not far off from each one of us.” He invites us to draw close to him. (Acts 17:27; James 4:8)  He also understands our fear of being hurt, and he promises to stand by us and help us. The psalmist David assures us: “Jehovah is near to those that are broken at heart; and those who are crushed in spirit he saves.”—Psalm 34:18 An intimate friendship with Jehovah is the most important relationship we can cultivate. But is such a bond really possible? Yes.  The Bible reveals how very close righteous men and women felt to our heavenly Father. Their warm expressions have been preserved to give us confidence that we too can draw close to Jehovah.—Psalms 23, 34, 139; John 16:27; Romans 15:4 Jehovah’s requirements for intimacy with him are within the reach of everyone. “O Jehovah, who will be a guest in your tent?” asked David. “He who is walking faultlessly and practicing righteousness and speaking the truth in his heart.” (Psalm 15:1, 2; 25:14)  As we see that serving God produces good fruit and wins us his guidance and protection, we will come to know that “Jehovah is very tender in affection.”—James 5:11 How blessed we are that Jehovah desires to have such a personal relationship with imperfect humans!  Should we not then display tender affection for one another? With Jehovah’s help, each one of us can contribute to and enjoy the tender affection that is characteristic of our Christian brotherhood.  Under God’s Kingdom, everyone on earth will share in this affection forever.   
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