Why Kim Jong-un Really Froze His Nuclear Testing


I’m certain that I was not the only one surprised at Kim Jong-un’s statement that N. Korea would cease their nuclear testing. Now the real story has surfaced that the combination of the testing and earthquakes in that area proved too forceful for the mountain which caved in and collapsed the nuclear site.

North Korea’s nuclear test site has collapsed … and that may be why Kim Jong-un suspended tests

The mountain’s collapse after a fifth blast last fall has led to the creation of a massive ‘chimney’ that could leak radioactive fallout into the air, researchers have found…. more

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North Korean Believer: Why the Country’s Children See the Cross as an Evil Image


A North Korean believer remembers what he was taught about faith as a child
Editor’s note: John Choi is the pseudonym of a believer from North Korea who now lives outside of his home country. Here, he gives a firsthand account of how the dictatorship in North Korea and the personality cult that surrounds the leadership there impacts how North Korean children think about the United States, Christianity, God and Jesus.

“Religion is the sign of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions. It is the opium of the people.”

The quote is one of many from German philosopher and author Karl Marx. The leader’s socialist writings, including The Communist Manifesto, eventually inspired Communist movements all around the world… more

This is exactly what they are trying to do in America. They are trying to indoctrinate our children, but we must not let them or you will no longer be raising your own child. Our youth is a generation who does not know the Lord. Just like in the old testament they are looking to worship something other than the true living Lord God. If America does not wake up we will be in bondage. The believers must step up and teach the Truth and especially LIVE the Truth for we are to be a light. We share as fast as we can on bible teachings. If you want to learn the Truth then read a Holy bible (ESV, NASB, NKJV and KJV)  and you can visit our site to learn more about Jesus.

China Moves 300,000 Troops Closer to North Korean Border


China is reportedly moving missile defense batteries and troops closer to its border with North Korea, a potential sign that Beijing anticipates either a large refugee wave north or a military disturbance triggered by the belligerence of communist dictator Kim Jong-un.

The South Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo cited Radio Free Asia (RFA) in a report Monday, stating that RFA had compiled evidence that China had “late last year deployed another missile defense battery at an armored division in Helong, west of Longjing in the Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture.”… more

Kim Jong Un’s slush fund running out of fuel after numerous missile, nuclear tests, report says


A view of the newly developed intercontinental ballistic rocket Hwasong-15's test that was successfully launched is seen in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang November 30, 2017. REUTERS/KCNA ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. REUTERS IS UNABLE TO INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THIS IMAGE. SOUTH KOREA OUT. NO THIRD PARTY SALES. NOT FOR USE BY REUTERS THIRD PARTY DISTRIBUTORS - RC19B2C34FD0Kim Jong Un’s trigger-happy antics have nearly depleted a critical slush fund the North Korean despot uses to run his isolated country — and the Hermit Kingdom’s participation in the upcoming Winter Olympics is merely a scheme to refill his coffers, according to a report.

Two Chinese sources with ties to top North Korean government officials told Radio Free Asia that Kim has nearly exhausted his slush fund due to missile and nuclear weapon and tests, as well as vanity projects, such as the much-publicized Masikryong Ski Resort.

“Due to Kim Jong Un’s extravagant spending, the slush fund from his father, Kim Jong Il, is running out,” one of the sources told the news agency. “It won’t be easy to control North Korea’s high-level executives, who are [cunning] like raccoons.”…. more

North Korea: A Reckoning


By Hal Lindsey

World leaders have known for a generation that a day of reckoning with North Korea would one day come. There were no easy solutions, so they did as little as they could, hoping the situation would resolve itself. But it did not.

While leaders, especially in America, kicked the can down the road, the North Koreans did what they said they would do. They said they would develop nuclear weapons, and they did. They said they would create missile systems capable of wreaking havoc on their neighbors in their region. They did it. They promised H-bombs, and they developed H-bombs. They said they would create intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs). They have them.

Finally, they said they would make bigger ICBMS, capable of striking anywhere in the world. And today, they have that, too…. read more

World War 3: American attack helicopters MOBILISED in Seoul as North Korea tensions soar


Apache helicopter and Kim Jong-unThe south’s Maritime Counter Special Operations (MCSOF) unit is being boosted by the addition of nearly 50 Apache choppers to counter a possible attack by Kim Jong-un’s regime from the sea.

The AH-64D Apaches – the same model of helicopter piloted by Prince Harry – have joined a MCSOF exercise already underway in the Yellow Sea, to the west of the Korean Peninsula.

The announcement comes as North Korean special forces have been spotted near the Northern Limit Line (NLL), the disputed maritime border between the rouge state and South Korea…. read more

EQUIP AND EMPOWER MORE SECRET BELIEVERS IN NORTH KOREA


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Your gift will help raise the $175,000 we need by October 29 to help provide Bibles, emergency food, medicine, safe houses, training and other critical resources to strengthen secret believers and the underground church in North Korea.

EQUIP AND EMPOWER MORE SECRET BELIEVERS IN NORTH KOREA GOAL: $175,000 BY OCTOBER 29

Hostilities in the Korean peninsula have spiked higher than at any other time in the previous decade.

Even as I write, the world watches the lingering threat of war.

But what you don’t see or hear about, on the evening news, are the precious believers hidden in plain sight.

And through God’s protection and grace, we’ve expanded our underground network in North Korea to smuggle supplies and resources to strengthen untold numbers of secret believers.

It’s tedious work. And it’s dangerous. So dangerous, in fact, I can’t share many details in writing.

But I can share that the result is nothing short of a miracle—God is using these resources to strengthen His church and expand His Kingdom in North Korea.

Our partners on the ground report believers are being empowered to pass on their faith—even amidst the incredible risk!

And I believe God is calling us to do more…

That’s why we’ve stepped out in faith and have established a goal of raising $175,000 by October 29 to provide resources to Christians in North Korea that will equip them with everything they need to endure today’s uncertainty and stay strong in their faith.

  1. Bibles
  2. Emergency Food
  3. Medicines
  4. Safe Houses
  5. Training
  6. Other Critical Resources

And I’m turning to friends like you for help. This is about more than survival. It’s about igniting a spark of revival in one of the most oppressive areas on the planet.

We know that the spiritual battle always intensifies when God is doing something amazing.

But please don’t wait. Anything you can give now, God will use to strengthen and equip His people who refuse to worship Kim Jong-un and who risk everything to follow Christ.

Thank you in advance for your generosity.

In Christ,

Dr. David Curry
President/CEO
Open Doors USA

North Korea proves it CAN hit Guam with fresh missile launch: Kim Jong-un brags that he has ‘won a shining victory’ over America after firing missile 2,300 miles – enough to hit US territory


Eye on Guam: Friday's missile test flew 2,300miles - 200miles further than the distance from Pyongyang to U.S. Pacific territory of Guam - and landed in the sea Kim Jong-un has called Friday’s missile test launch over Japan a ‘shining victory in the standoff with the United States’, claiming that the U.S. is in ‘mortal fear’ of North Korea.

The missile flew over the northern island of Hokkaido, where thousands were awoken by air-raid sirens for the second time in just three weeks, and landed some 1,240 miles off the cape of Erimo just before 7am local time (10pm Thursday GMT).

The rocket, believed to be a intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), flew for about 19 minutes over a distance of about 2,300 miles, according to South Korea’s military – far enough to reach the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam, which is 2,100 miles from North Korea…. read more