Micah 6 by Iris Nasreen
9: The Lord's Voice Cries to the City ...

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This is my humble prayer that this book will not save tens or thousands, but millions of souls. Amen. The Lord Jesus Christ revealed Himself in a dream to appoint me His servant in 1997. The Lord later revealed my calling for His purpose in 2007 with a dream. This dream was a warning and a revelation of global disasters that the whole world has already experienced and will undergo with more severity in the future, if people don't repent with humility. God revealed the reason for His judgments.
Mankind is doing whatever they want to do, while not thinking about the will of God. This is not the only wall-an immeasurable wall of water in my dream symbolizing disasters. There are several walls like this that are held with God's Strength. If this world continues to live with the same pattern- living in sin-these walls will start to collapse, one after the other.
This book is God's message given to all the nations of the whole world, including prophecies for year 2012 and year 2023 and prophecies of wars, famines, and natural disasters.
• What is God's will?
• Why God loves you?
• Why God will judge mankind?
God called me to be His witness before the whole world to testify His will & declare the warning signs of future catastrophe, sequential to the birth pains of a woman in labor before the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ.


About Iris Nasreen

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Iris Nasreen is an ordinary person, chosen and called by the power of the Holy Spirit to do an extraordinary work for the Lord in His will. In obedience to her call from the Lord, she began to witness before the world via Internet ministry from the year 2008. Iris has been married for twenty-two years and has two teenage children. Her daughter is anointed to sing gospel songs. She is a homemaker and also works for a local bank. Currently, Iris lives in Pennsylvania.
Published September 10, 2012 by Balboa Press. 336 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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