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FAKE  NEWS   -  OR  NOT  @Bible Speaks...  DON'T  FORGET,  in  the  END-TIME, JEHOVAH  will  give  these  things  into  the  hearts  of  especially  politicians.... N O B O D Y   OF  US  KNOW,   W H E N   Jehovah  will  start  with  it !    SO  YOU  CAN'T  SAY  ITS  A  FAKE  -  We  shall  see.... First  PEACE  &  SECURITY  -  then  the  Religions  -  and  then  they  persecute  US,  JW >>>>>>>> T

REALLY ??   I  not  knew  that  Brother @John Houston...  bec. living  in Germany ! But  also  without  D. TRUMP  -  JEHOVAH  has  the  BEST  plan  and  it  comes  TRUE Hello guest! Please register or sign in (it's free) to view the hidden content. HE  created  the  whole  world  and  ALL  is  in  HIS  hands !! When  ALL  is  over,  then  we  all  can  say,   WOW,  THAT  was  HIS  PLAN.....   But  now  we  know  NOTHINGS  ~~~~

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14 hours ago, Queen Esther said:

Donald Trump mentioning Peace and Security.....  what  do  you  think  about?

published....  11.05.2018  -
Meeting to be held June 12, 2018 seeking Peace and Security for the whole world....

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Fake news. ItÂ’s only a cry. Means nothing to the truth or GodÂ’s Kingdom!

Matthew 6:10.

Only Jehovah God will give true peace and security. No worries, have strong faith! 

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FAKE  NEWS   -  OR  NOT  @Bible Speaks...  DON'T  FORGET,  in  the  END-TIME, JEHOVAH  will  give  these  things  into  the  hearts  of  especially  politicians....

N O B O D Y   OF  US  KNOW,   W H E N   Jehovah  will  start  with  it !    SO  YOU  CAN'T  SAY  ITS  A  FAKE  -  We  shall  see....

First  PEACE  &  SECURITY  -  then  the  Religions  -  and  then  they  persecute  US,  JW >>>>>>>>

THEN  THE  END  WILL  COME.....    Pres. TRUMP  maybe  the  right  man  for  starting  our   END-TIME  -  WHY  NOT? 

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ITS  TIME..   THE  WORLD  IS  SOOO   HORRIBLE / CRUEL

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JEHOVAH  HAS  THE  BEST  PLAN !!   SO  LONG  WE'VE  TO  LOOK  FOR  NEW  LAMBS,  UNTIL  JEHOVAH  IS  SAYING  STOP !!

A  VERY  EXCITING  END-TIME   just  now....

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REALLY ??   I  not  knew  that  Brother @John Houston...  bec. living  in Germany !

But  also  without  D. TRUMP  -  JEHOVAH  has  the  BEST  plan  and  it  comes  TRUE

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HE  created  the  whole  world  and  ALL  is  in  HIS  hands !!

When  ALL  is  over,  then  we  all  can  say,   WOW,  THAT  was  HIS  PLAN.....   But  now  we  know  NOTHINGS  ~~~~

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Of course permanent results can only be achieved by God's Kingdom .... but we have experienced ALREADY what historians have been calling "The Long Peace"... a 70 year period of relative peace such as the world has never, ever known before.

Wars have been local and small, compared to WWII which killed perhaps a hundred million and more people through combat and related deprivation and hardship.

Appreciate and recognize WHAT YOU HAVE ... and don't disparage the ACTUAL relative peace and security we have now ... such has never before been seen since the development of nation States.

What we have now was bought with mountains of bodies, and oceans of blood, with fire and steel, so that half the world is not slaves  speaking Japanese .... and half the world is not slaves speaking German.

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Prophecies are rarely appreciated when they are being fulfilled and is is usually after fulfillment that people recognize that a prophecy has been fulfilled. Nothing wrong with keeping on the watch, but better to not get in to debt thinking that you won't have to pay it back. We don't know the day or hour, but we can certainly discern the season. Cheers.

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Thank  you  my  dear  Brothers & Sisters....   Our  thinking  maybe  the  right  way,   YES,  Jehovah's  plan  will  be  the  BEST  and  coming  TRUE,  ALWAYS 

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