As previously reported by The Christian Post, Laurie explained that although there is no mention of a nation like North Korea in the Bible’s End Times scenario, Iran is present in the scenario and could acquire weapons from North Korea.
“The very first missiles we saw in Iran were simply copies of North Korean missiles,” Jeffrey Lewis, a missile proliferation expert at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, told Fox News. “Over the years, we’ve seen photographs of North Korean and Iranian officials in each other’s countries, and we’ve seen all kinds of common hardware.”
After CP published an article explaining how the recent developments from the Pentagon came days after Laurie issued a prophetic warning in his Monday video, Laurie issued a short comment on Facebook Saturday in a post linking to the CP article.
“The Bible is always ahead of the curve,” Laurie stated.
North Korea has reportedly issued a more severe threat to the United States. According to British news outlets, the Kim regime has published an op-ed through its state-run news agency proclaiming that the White House will be “reduced to ashes.”
“The world will clearly witness how the crime-woven history of the U.S. imperialists will be over, how the despicable remaining days of the south Korean puppet forces will come to an end and how national reunification, the cherished desire of the Korean nation, will be achieved,” the op-ed reportedly states.
On Thursday, Laurie and other prominent faith leaders were in attendance at the White House as the president not only signed a proclamation declaring Thursday as the National Day of Prayer but also signed an executive order to promote and protect religious freedom.
Laurie shared his experience at the White House in a Facebook video in which another prominent evangelist, Franklin Graham, tried to photobomb Laurie while he was filming his video.