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With the recent escalation of tensions between the United States and North Korea, discussions have stirred about how it fits into biblical prophecy and whether these developments should be a cause for concern about the End Times. Some theologians, however, such as Dr. - North Korea without doubt is unique.
By Jeremiah Jacques. T he North Korean crisis is boiling. As the nation makes rapid advances in its nuclear and missile programs, its leader is also making increasingly frequent, belligerent and specific threats to use those weapons against the United States and other targets. These developments—and U. Are these analysts alarmists? Or will time prove them right? At the Trumpet, we examine such questions from a different vantage point than other publications.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that the president would meet with Kim at a place and time to be determined, adding that America looks forward to a denuclearized North Korea. This swift announcement follows a breakthrough meeting between South Korean officials and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un that took place a few days ago. North Korea asserted that it will refrain from further nuclear or missile tests, and offered a conciliatory outreach by noting that he understands routine U. This statement was truly shocking. Also of note, the U. Why is North Korea bending? North Korea is under heavy sanctions pressure; its foreign currency reserves are quickly depleting.
US and South Korean officials are scheduled to meet in Finland this week with a North Korean diplomat, and Sweden is in talks to negotiate the release of three American citizens currently detained in North Korea. While commentators around the world weigh in , I asked someone who knows the threat of North Korea like few others—John, a Christian refugee who escaped from the country. Few North Koreans make it out of their home country, and those who do remain secretive to avoid retaliation on their family and friends. If the Trump-Kim meet-up happens by May, as the president has announced, refugees like John and advocates for persecuted Christians want a discussion that goes beyond the nuclear issue to address the treatment of prisoners under the North Korean regime. An estimated , North Koreans are held in prison camps, where they are subject to harsh conditions and unjust treatment. The children, young and old, would not imagine talking about the Bible. His observation is confirmed by a report from a former prisoner who spoke with Open Doors, saying:.