Friday, September 28, 2012

Judgment Day (Sarang’s Vision – A Young Korean Girl)

In the book I wrote, I reveal the secret and shocking truths (as given to me by God) behind the stories of "Noah and the Flood" & "Lot and the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah".  Amazingly, they are both UNFULFILLED prophetic stories concerning the events that will transpire during Jesus Christ’s Second Coming.  In other words, during Christ’s return, those two Old Testament stories’ prophecies (over 4,000 years old!) will finally be fulfilled!

Briefly, in them, ONE righteous house of people (Noah's house & Lot's house, respectively) is saved ABOVE the destruction of ALL unrighteous others.  This will be the way it is on Earth during Christ’s return – one righteous house of people (the “house of Christ” Hebrews 3:6) will be saved from destruction by rising up into the air to meet the Lord, while a world of ungodly people are simultaneously destroyed by fire.

This past week I received an email from a dear brother, informing me of a video about a young Korean girl named Sarang, whom God recently gave a vision to of Earth’s last day, meaning the day of Jesus Christ’s return to Earth.  Please take the time to watch the video (linked below) and notice how her vision confirms the things God has told me about the stories of Noah and Lot.

Watch Video: “Judgment Day and the Return of Jesus. The Vision of a young Asian girl named Sarang.”
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Blessings in Christ Jesus,


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  1. Hi Gabriel,

    I just watched the video and I would say it's very genuine. I think 30 is only symbolic of how few will be raptured, just as the car is also not the actual manner in which the saved ones will be taken up.

    Thanks to the man who emailed you for letting us know. God bless us all.

  2. I agree Chris (about the 30 thing). When I first heard that number in the testimony I was taken aback, but it was partly because my eschatological thinking was briefly a little off, too.

    When I heard the tiny number, my mind said, "Wow, possibly only that few number of people may make it to heaven in the end!" Later, God reminded me that her vision was ONLY of the VERY LAST DAY!, and that thousands, possibly MILLIONS, of His children (who refuse the mark) will be martyred in the last 3 1/2 Great Tribulation years on Earth, for it is given to the Antichrist "to make war with the saints, and to overcome them" (The Revelation 13:7).

    In other words, who is to say how many righteous people will actually make it ALL THE WAY through the worst time Earth ever sees, to then need to be "raptured" or "caught up" into the air to meet the Lord so they will be spared the imminent horrible death of God's global fiery wrath. Like you, I suspect that it will be more than 30, but also very few compared to the total populace on Earth at that time.

    1. We can say that it just adds to the credibility of her story. The fact that she said that without regard to whether or not it conforms to common knowledge makes the story even more real because the child seems to be just relating what she said she saw. If God chose to use the opening and closing of a door to illustrate a point (a car has it, unlike the clouds) and if a little child he chose to witness it sees it as is, it's just natural. What might be dubious is a story where all the elements are only made to conform and please.

      But I like how the girl drew the judgment scene and how she narrated what happened. It's a future story we are aware of but her account of it seems to me very original, as if it's new (with the door again behind the throne and the first man thrown into the cliff seemingly the antichrist) yet the events are simple and swift. Like her, we should be determined to go to heaven by any means because the stakes are high. And when we say the stakes are high it's always an understatement.

      And you're right Gabriel, we really don't know how many and even if it's so few, there will be those who shall be martyred and also saved.