Joined 2 years ago from Aurora, CO
"WHEN THE TIME OF NEED IS HERE, THE TIME FOR PREPARATION IS PAST." Captain Sallenbach has had a lifelong interest in prophecies that must suely come to pass in the last days before the Second Coming of the Messiah. As a former Army Airborne/Ranger with Vietnam combat leadership experience as an /Army Captain leading front line troops, he has a passion for being prepared with the needed survive gear and supplies that living off the grid during and after these future catastrophic events will require.
2 years ago
Article #3 describes a devastating sickness that will cover this land and the world, resulting in dead bodies being piled up in the streets because there is no one left to bury them.
2 years ago
2 years ago
While some people may consider prophesies of our day to be in the realm with charlatans, soothsayers and palm readers, when conveyed by the Holy Spirit through the Lord's latter-day prophet and apostles, prophesy takes on a whole new reality.
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