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About Him

Country of Origin:
Namibia
Location:
Kalkrand, Namibia
Gender:
Male
Age:
41
Height:
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Religion:
Jehovah's Witness
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Looking for:
Activity partners; Friends; Open to possibilities; Marriage
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Smoking:
Non-Smoker
Drinking:
Non-Drinker
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About His Ideal Match

Country of Origin:
Zambia
Location:
Anywhere in Ethiopia
Gender:
Female
Age Range:
25 - 45
Height:
Any
Body Type:
Any
Looks:
Any
Hair Colour:
Any
Eye Colour:
Any
Has a Photo:
Not important at all
Ethnicity:
Any
Home Language:
Any
Other Languages:
Any
Religion:
Jehovah's Witness
Serving As:
Any
Marital Status:
Any
Have Children:
Any
Want Children:
Any
Daily Diet:
Any
Smoking:
Non-Smoker
Drinking:
Non-Drinker
Education:
Any
Occupation:
Any
Income:
Any
  • Not important at all
  • Slightly important
  • Moderately important
  • Decidedly important
  • Non-negotiable

In His Own Words

About Him

Many people think that biblical prophecies about the end of the world and the Battle of Armageddon are "a Christian thing." You know, for religious fanatics and other societal oddballs. But end-times prophecy is not just a Christian thing. It's a Jewish thing because many of the most well-known New Testament prophecies were foreshadowed by the Old Testament prophets centuries before the birth of Christ.

Many of today's best known prophecies, including the rise of the Antichrist and the Battle of Armageddon, were recorded by the prophet Daniel in the sixth century B.C. Daniel wrote his prophecies during the 70 years that the people of Israel were held captive in the land of Babylon.

Daniel served as part of the royal court of King Nebuchadnezzar, who reigned in Babylon from 605 - 562 B.C. The prophecies came in the form of dreams, both the king's dreams and Daniel's dreams. For most of the details, Daniel was given the interpretation, but not all. Fortunately, we can look back with the benefit of history, and the clarification of later scriptures, and can often see clearly what Daniel could not. Ironically, this, in itself, was one of the prophecies Daniel recorded (Daniel 12:4,9).

In this article, we will look at several of the key dreams and what their prophecies mean for Israel and the rest of the world in the years before Armageddon. Keep in mind that each of these prophecies is not meant to stand alone. It is only once we have looked at all of the prophecies that a clear picture of the Bible's account of the end of world history begins to form.

The Dream of King Nebuchadnezzar

The first prophecy, which is recounted in Daniel chapter two, sets the broad framework for the rest of the prophecies. In this chapter, Daniel is called to reveal the interpretation of a dream that has been troubling King Nebuchadnezzar. As the king slept, he saw a great statue (Daniel 2:31-35)

About His Ideal Match

The calling of a Christian woman, whether married or single, is perhaps the most difficult in the kingdom of God. That is true for single daughters as they grow in teenage and adult years. The pattern which is set for them by the world is certainly not virtue or adornment with the beauty of God. But a girl is viewed by men today in carnal lust and with unchaste thoughts. The emphasis is upon sex, so that, to be popular, a girl must be shapely, beautiful, and suggestive. A girl is viewed as something which is intended to arouse passions in men. And young Christian girls are constantly subjected to that, both from outside the church and, shamefully, from within.

Besides, there can also be, for an unmarried girl, the desire to have a husband, which is good and honorable. But it may be that the Lord does not immediately grant such a God-fearing husband. Then the temptation to accept a man outside of Christ who shows interest in her, and to compromise her faith in Christ for him, can be very great.

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