Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.

While listening again to Paul Begley I came across the information that it seems, right ow, around the world many people who claim to be Jesus are having a large following. And he explains very logically why this is happening.

It’s simple.

We don’t know what The Bible is teaching us, because otherwise people wouldn’t be fooled by these impostors:

Matthew 7:15

Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.

or Matthew 24:24

For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.

Here you can find a whole list of Bible passages which explains this.

Then I started thinking what were last’s week world events and the other passages came into mind about the wars and rumors of wars:

Matthew 24:6

You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come.

The skeptic side of us might say that this is happening because this has always happened and these wars will come and pass as usual. People will die but at the end we will have a period of calm. Like in the eye of the storm. But this time things are different. This time there is a nation of Israel and armies are gathered around this country and if they don’t back off then they will probably finish building the third temple and this will mark that at least some of the apocalyptic vials were broken.

Then we are all going to see that The Bible is true and, at least for the ones who read it, we will get confirmation about the antichrist:

Mark 13:14

“When you see ‘the abomination that causes desolation’ standing where it does not belong—let the reader understand—then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains.

After this, the ones who didn’t take the mark of the beast, will have a period of about 3 years for the last repentance before the final judgement:

Daniel 9:27

He will confirm a covenant with many for one ‘seven.’ In the middle of the ‘seven’ he will put an end to sacrifice and offering. And at the temple he will set up anabomination that causes desolation, until the end that is decreed is poured out on him.”

Daniel 11:31

“His armed forces will rise up to desecrate the temple fortress and will abolish the daily sacrifice. Then they will set up the abomination that causes desolation.

Daniel 12:11

“From the time that the daily sacrifice is abolished and the abomination that causes desolation is set up, there will be 1,290 days.

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This Girl Walked Through Fire So We Can Get Jeans for $9

This Girl Walked Through Fire So We Can Get Jeans for $9

Low production costs have made Bangladesh the world’s second-largest producer of ready-made fashions. What’s the real price we pay for cheap clothing?

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Shumaya, 16, was injured in a fire in the garment factory in Bangladesh where she worked.

(Photo by Ayon Rehal)

December 16, 2013       By

      Joseph Allchin is a journalist based in Dhaka, Bangladesh who writes regularly for the Financial Times.

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The evening light is fading as Kala Begum carries her 16-year-old daughter out of their tiny tenement room and down the alley. It’s been another long day of scraping by on handouts to pay for Shumaya’s medical treatment; swelling around her badly injured eye, contorting her young face, has grown much worse since I first met her, several months ago. Kala walks past idling onlookers toward the small pharmacy where she spends their meager savings on medicine in the hope of stemming the girl’s horrendous pain.

For a time, Kala and Shumaya worked side by side in a garment factory here in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Hundreds of such factories employ millions of Bangladeshis, and many have escaped extreme poverty. Shumaya, though, has been unable to work or attend school for more than a year because of her poor health, and Kala limited her hours so she could tend to her daughter.

Shumaya started working at age 11. She began at her last employer, Tazreen Fashions Ltd., which towers over the dusty suburb of Nischintapur, Ashulia, just outside Bangladesh’s capital, at 13. It was the only factory in the neighborhood that would take her at such a young age. A typical day meant sewing 90 pieces an hour—T-shirts one day, dresses the next—with no toilet breaks outside of lunch hour; days could be long, sometimes more than 12 hours, six days a week. Tazreen was known for its place on the lower rung of a subcontracting system common in Bangladesh, whereby factories accept orders they can’t complete and farm out the work to other producers, which can be less compliant with recognized safety standards.

Shumaiya was sewing together hoodies on Nov. 24, 2012, when the lights went out and a commotion began. A fire had started on the first floor. As it spread through the building, panic proceeded and death followed. On the fifth floor, Shumaya recalls, smoke was so thick she couldn’t see. In the scrum to get out, Shumaya sustained several blows to the face, knocking her unconscious. Coworkers helped pass her out of a window to an adjacent building.

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