On March 3, 1998 at 0422hrs., God through the Holy Spirit gave Rev. Jonathan Hansen the following warning for Malaysia. The message for Malaysia was the same given to Singapore on 16 March 1996:

"YOU HAVE FLAUNTED YOURSELVES BEFORE THE REST OF THE WORLD. I WANT YOU TO KNOW I LOVE YOU WITH AN EVERLASTING LOVE: OH, HOW MY HEART WEEPS FOR YOU. YOU HAVE RELIED ON YOUR OWN WISDOM AND STRENGTH. IT IS NOT WRONG TO WANT A LAND OF PROSPERITY, A LAND OF PEACE AND ORDER; THAT IS WHAT I INTENDED TO HAVE ON EARTH AND WHAT WILL TRULY HAPPEN ONE DAY UNDER MY RULE, BUT WHAT IS WRONG IS WHEN YOU TRY TO ACCOMPLISH THIS GOAL BY LEAVING AND IGNORING ME. I AM THE LORD GOD, I CHANGE NOT. MY NAME IS JESUS WHOM YOU DAILY REJECT. YOU REJECT MY WORD AND MY SERVANTS; YOU REJECT ME AND SERVE YOURSELVES IN THE FORM OF VARIOUS DIFFERENT TYPES OF RELIGIONS BECAUSE THE TRUTH IS, YOU SERVE YOURSELF.

THE NATION IS BUILT ON SELF-ATTAINMENT, SELF-PROMOTION AND SELF-ACHIEVEMENT. THE PROBLEM IS THAT YOU HAVE TAKEN SOME OF MY TRUTHS, THAT OTHER RELIGIOUS HAVE ADOPTED, AND BUILT ON THEM. RELIGION IS A COUNTERFEIT, AN IMITATION OF THE GENUINE. AS ALL COUNTERFEIT IMITATORS, THEY HAVE TAKEN WHAT IS KNOWN TO BE REAL AND PUT IT WITH THE FOREIGN TO APPEAR AUTHENTIC. BUT IT IS AS A LIE, A MISREPRESENTATION OF WHO I AM.

A SERIES OF NATURAL DISASTERS WILL COME UPON YOU TO START TO SPEAK TO YOU. IT IS ONLY A START BECAUSE YOU ARE A STUBBORN, PROUD, ARROGANT AND SELF-RIGHTEOUS PEOPLE. YOU HAVE PROCLAIMED YOU CAN STAND ON YOUR OWN AGAINST ME. AFTER THIS SERIES OF NATURAL DISASTERS, I WILL CONTINUE TO SHAKE YOU THROUGH VARIOUS CALAMITIES UNTIL SOME OF YOU START TO LOOK TOWARD ME. THROUGH IT ALL, MY LOVE FOR YOU WILL REMAIN STRONG. I AM CALLING YOU BACK TO ME IF ONLY YOU WILL LISTEN AND COME."

People of Malaysia, the Asian Stock Market Crash was prophesied and affected Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia in 1993, 1994 and 1995. I personally went to most of these nations giving them the Warning.

In Malaysia, you will also see 'the tallest building in the world', which you built in your capital Kuala Lumpur, collapse. God said, "FOR IT REPRESENTS YOUR INTENSE VANITY AND PRIDE, WHICH INSULTS THE TRUE GOD AND HIS NAME IS JESUS, WHOM YOU DAILY CRUCIFY BY REJECTING THE BIBLE AND HIS FOLLOWERS."

The Bible tells us if you deny Jesus Christ as God's son, you deny and do not know God.

This prophecy was recorded on March 3, 1998 and conveyed to church leaders at that time.

History of Malaysia:

Past Malaysia: Hindu and Buddhist cultures imported from India dominated early Malaysian history. They reached their peak in the Sumatran-based Srivijaya civilization, whose influence extended through Sumatra, Java, the Malay Peninsula and much of Borneo from the 7th to the 14th centuries.

As Muslims conquered India, they spread the religion of Islam to Malaysia. In the 15th century, Islam acquired a firm hold on the region when the Hindu ruler of Malacca, Parameswara Dewa Shah, converted to Islam.

British and Dutch interest in Malaysia grew in the 1800s, with the British East India Company's establishment of a trading settlement in Singapore. In the 1880s, Britain formally established protectorates in Malaysia.

Japanese invasion during World War II ended British domination in Malaysia. Following the Japanese occupation of Malaysia during World War II, a growing nationalist movement prompted the British to establish the semiautonomous Federation of Malaya in 1948. The Malayan Communist Party took up arms against the British, who declared a state of emergency to quell the insurgency and establish an independent Federation of Malaya in 1957.

The Federal Constitution of Malaysia came into force in 1957. Article 160 of the Constitution of Malaysia defines various terms used in the Constitution. It took effect on August 31, 1957 ("Merdeka Day" or "Independence Day") in West Malaysia, and took effect in Singapore and East Malaysia when they merged with Malaya in 1963. The article defines a Malay as a Malaysian citizen born to a Malaysian citizen who professes to be a Muslim, habitually speaks the Malay language, and adheres to Malay customs. Since being a Muslim is one of the components of the definition, Malay citizens who convert out of Islam are no longer considered Malay under the Constitution.

The independent state of Malaysia was formed on September 16, 1963, as a federation of Malaya, Singapore, Sabah (North Borneo), and Sarawak. In 1965, Singapore withdrew from the federation to become a separate nation. Article 160 no longer applies to Singapore; however, it does affect the legal status of Malay Singaporeans when they enter Malaysia.

During the term of Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamad starting in 1981, Malaysia was successful in diversifying the economy from dependence on exports of raw materials to expansion in manufacturing, services, and tourism. Mahathir increased privatization and introduced the New Development Policy (NDP), designed to increase economic wealth for Malaysians.

In October 2003, Mahathir retired after 22 years in office. His rule witnessed enormous economic growth, but was also characterized by repression and human rights abuses. Abdullah Badawi became Malaysia's new prime minister. In March 2004, the ruling National Front coalition won 90% of parliamentary seats, and Abdullah was re-elected.

Present Malaysia: Malaysia was rocked by two anti-government rallies in Kuala Lumpur in November 2007. The Bersih Rally was attended by 40,000 people on November 10 to campaign for electoral reform. It was precipitated by allegations of corruption and discrepancies in the Malaysian election system that heavily favor the ruling party, Barisan Nasional. Another rally was held on November 25 led by HINDRAF. The rally organizer, the Hindu Rights Action Force, called the protest over alleged discriminatory policies favoring ethnic Malays. The Malaysian government and police tried to prevent both gatherings from taking place.

In March 2008, the governing coalition under Prime Minister Badawi suffered a stunning defeat in parliamentary elections. Opposition parties quadrupled their representation in Parliament, and Badawi's coalition lost its two-thirds majority, which is necessary to amend the constitution, and control of five state assemblies. After the election, Badawi trimmed his cabinet, removing several ministers who had been accused of corruption, and appointed a prominent lawyer to oversee judicial reform.

Leading opposition figure Anwar Ibrahim was arrested and jailed for a second time on suspicion of sodomy in July 2008. Ten years earlier, while serving as deputy prime minister, he was convicted of sodomy and corruption. The conviction was overturned after he spent six years in jail. Anwar denied the charges both times, claiming to have been set up by the government. Prior to each arrest, Anwar's political challenge to the governing party had been gaining momentum. Days before his arrest, he announced plans to run for Parliament. On August 26, 2008, Anwar won re-election in the Permatang Pauh by-election and returned to Parliament as leader of the opposition.

On October 16, 2008, HINDRAF was banned when the government labeled the organization as a threat to national security.

In March 2009, the United Malays National Organization chose Najib Razak to succeed Abdullah Badawi as Prime Minister and leader of the party.

In October 2011, Abdul Halim was elected as the Yang di-Pertuan Agong or Malaysia's head of state, becoming the first person to be head of state twice. He also became the country's oldest ruler ever at 84 years and 15 days old.

Anwar Ibrahim was acquitted of the sodomy charge in January 2012.

More than 200 Filipinos invaded Malaysia in February 2013. The Malaysian government countered by launching an offensive on March 5, which included fighter jet air support. Jamalul Kiram III, a Filipino citizen living in Manila laid claim, as sultan of Sulu, to the Malaysian state of Sabah on Borneo. Calling themselves the Royal Army of Sulu, members claim they are descendants of the Sultanate of Sulu in the southern Philippines.

On April 3, 2013, Malaysia’s prime minister Najib Razak dissolved parliament and called for a general election. In May, Razak’s coalition took 133 out of 222 parliamentary seats. Anwar Ibrahim's three-party alliance alleged the election was rigged.

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, carrying 239 people, lost contact with ground controllers en route to Beijing on March 8, 2014. The plane disappeared between Malaysia and Vietnam. Officials reported that two passengers used stolen passports and booked tickets at the same time, but links to terror were ruled out. On March 24, Prime Minister Razak announced that satellite data confirmed the plane went down in the southern Indian Ocean.

© 1998 World Ministries International

The following are some Scriptures that deal with end-time events.  All prophecies concerning the nations are leading up to fulfillment of end-time judgments (events).

Ezekiel chapters 38 & 39
Zechariah 13: 8-9
Zechariah 14: 1-16
Daniel chapters 2, 4, 7-12
Matthew 24: 1-51
Mark 13: 1-37
Luke 21: 6-38
The book of Revelation
The book of Joel

The Right to Say 'God' Divides a Diverse Nation
According to a series of government orders and rulings by Malaysia's Islamic councils, the word for God in the Malay language - "Allah" - is reserved for Muslims
The New York Times Nov. 03, 2014
Near-conclusive evidence that Malaysia Airlines MH370 was hijacked
Cockpit tampering deliberately hid plane from radar
Natural News July 01, 2014
Flight MH370 'on autopilot when it crashed'
Missing Malaysian plane was on autopilot and ran out of fuel when it crashed into Indian Ocean
Al Jazeera June 26, 2014
Malaysian court to Christians: You can't say 'Allah'
Malaysia's top court dismisses bid to overturn ban on Christians using Arabic word for God
CNN  June 24, 2014
In Malaysia, Susan Rice Meets With Leader of Islamist Party Promoting Stoning, Amputation
National Security Adviser Susan Rice held a meeting in Kuala Lumpur with leaders from three Malaysian opposition parties
CNS News April 29, 2014
Imam to Obama: 'End Oppression of Muslims'
Obama to Imam: 'Pray for Me'
CNS News April 27, 2014
No survivors: Malaysia Flight 370 'ended' in Indian Ocean
An analysis of electronic data shows that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 with 239 people aboard "ended" in a remote area of the Indian Ocean, Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak said
USA Today March 24, 2014
Missing jetliner deliberately diverted, Malaysian prime minister says
Someone deliberately diverted Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 and shut down communications with the ground, and the jetliner continued flying for six hours, Malaysia's prime minister said
FOX News March 15, 2014
Malaysia Airlines MH370: Stolen passports 'no terror link'
Two men travelling on stolen passports on board a missing Malaysian airliner were Iranians with no apparent links to terrorist groups
BBC News March 11, 2014
Malaysian plane presumed crashed; questions over false IDs
A Malaysia Airlines flight carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew was presumed to have crashed off the Vietnamese coast, and European officials said two people on board were using false identities
Reuters March 08, 2014
No more 'Allah' for Christians, Malaysian court says
A court in Malaysia ruled that the Arabic-derived word for 'God' in Malaysian - Allah - can't be used by the nation's Christians
The Christian Science Monitor
October 14, 2013
Ministry gazettes 10 facilities to hold illegal immigrants and crime gang members
The Home Ministry has gazetted another 10 facilities around the country as detention centres to hold those nabbed in the two major operations against illegal immigrants and crime gang members
The Star Online September 10, 2013
Malaysian Muslim authorities bar Richmond metal band Lamb of God
Muslim-majority Malaysia has barred a performance by American metal band Lamb of God after Islamic officials accused the Grammy-nominated group's work of being blasphemous
The Washington Times Sept. 05, 2013
Ruling coalition wins again in Malaysia
Allegations of vote-rigging have marred the election
CNN  May 06, 2013
PM Najib Razak paves way for general election
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has dissolved parliament ahead of a general election
BBC News April 03, 2013
Malaysia launches air strikes against squatter sultan's Filipino army
Deadly escalation in crisis sparked by Filipino clan sneaking into Sabah state and asserting ancestral ownership rights
LONDON Guardian March 05, 2013
Malaysia invaded: The sultan's Sabah swing
In the chaotic south of the Philippines, Muslims launch a foreign policy
The Economist February 23, 2013
Malaysian court finds opposition leader Anwar not guilty of sodomy
The government says the verdict shows the judiciary is independent
CNN  January 09, 2012
Sultan, 84, crowned Malaysia's new king
Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah, an avid golfer and Frank Sinatra fan, becomes oldest constitutional monarch in Malaysian history
LONDON Guardian December 13, 2011
Malaysian authorities crack down on protesters
Riot police fire tear gas as several thousand people rally in Kuala Lumpur
CNN  July 12, 2011
Islamic Persecution of Christians in Malaysia
The lengthy track record of substandard treatment and discrimination of non-Muslims in general and Christians in particular should make it clear to everyone what's going on in Malaysia and why
FrontPage Magazine July 12, 2011
Malaysia arrests 14 for 'Bersih' protest T-shirts
Word means 'clean' and is used by group planning banned rally against electoral corruption
LONDON Guardian June 29, 2011
Islam's Persecution of Christians in Malaysia
Interview with The Anti-Jihadist, a counter-jihad writer, activist and critic of Islam who resides in a majority Muslim country
FrontPage Magazine June 22, 2011
Malaysian Christians Seek to End Restrictions on Malay Bibles
Christian importers of Bibles that Malaysian officials detained are balking at conditions the government has imposed for their release, such as defacement of the sacred books with official stamps
Religion Today April 07, 2011
A clarion call to the Christians in Malaysia
Racism on the rise
ASSIST News Service March 14, 2011
Terror suspects 'linked' to Detroit bomber arrested
Ten terror suspects thought to be linked to Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Nigerian arrested for attempting to blow up a US-bound flight on Christmas Day, have been arrested in Malaysia
LONDON Telegraph January 28, 2010
4th church firebombed in Allah dispute
Muslims oppose court ruling allowing a Catholic newspaper to use the word "Allah" for God
CNN  January 09, 2010
Landmark Malaysian 'Allah' ruling
A court in Malaysia has ruled that Christians have a constitutional right to use the word Allah to refer to God
BBC News December 31, 2009
Singapore's most wanted man nabbed in Malaysia
The suspected leader of a Singapore radical Islamist group linked to the 2002 Bali bombings has been arrested in Malaysia
Reuters May 08, 2009
Najib appointed new Malaysian PM
The new Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib Razak, has been sworn in
BBC News April 03, 2009
Malaysia's ruling party struggles to stay relevant with new leaders
Amid allegations of corruption and a drop in popularity, the party that has been in power for five decades tries to shore up support
The Christian Science Monitor March 26, 2009
Hindraf's "extreme" approach forced us to ban it: Malaysian minister
Malaysian government's ban on 'Hindraf', a Hindu rights group spearheading a campaign against the alleged marginalisation of ethnic Indians, came because the organisation took "a very extreme" approach to propagate its ideology
The Times of India October 23, 2008
Anwar Ibrahim wins key Malaysia by-election
Malaysia's opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim has returned to parliament with a sweeping by-election victory, boosting his chances of toppling the party which has ruled the country for 51 years
LONDON Telegraph August 26, 2008
Malaysia's Anwar Ibrahim arrested
Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim has been arrested in connection with allegations of sodomy
BBC News July 16, 2008
Malaysian prime minister sworn in
Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has been sworn in, two days after his coalition suffered its worst election result in five decades
BBC News March 10, 2008
Election setback for Malaysia PM
The ruling coalition in Malaysia has suffered its worst election result in decades by winning only a simple majority
BBC News March 08, 2008
Malaysia MP quits over sex DVDs
Malaysian Health Minister Chua Soi Lek has announced his resignation after admitting being filmed in a sex video
BBC News January 02, 2008
Malaysia reverses Allah paper ban
The Malaysian government has reversed a decision to ban a Christian newspaper using the word Allah to refer to God
BBC News December 30, 2007
Christians banned from saying 'Allah'
'We cannot let other religions use it, because it will confuse people'
WorldNetDaily December 28, 2007
Malaysian row over word for 'God'
A church and Christian newspaper are suing the government after it decreed that the word "Allah" can only be used by Muslims
BBC News December 28, 2007
Ethnic Indian protest organizer arrested in Malaysia
The Malaysian police arrested an ethnic Indian leader who helped organize a massive anti-government rally to demand equality for minority Indians, his colleague said
The New York Times November 29, 2007
Police crush protest by ethnic Indians in Kuala Lumpur
The police used tear gas and water cannons to crush a banned rally by more than 10,000 ethnic minority Indians, a rare street clash that exposed Muslim Malaysia's deep racial divisions
The New York Times November 25, 2007
Thousands March in Malaysia to Demand Electoral Changes
The police used water cannons and fired tear gas to disperse protesters in one of the biggest anti-government rallies in nearly a decade
The New York Times November 11, 2007
Protests spread to Malaysia over knighthood for Salman Rushdie
Malaysia's hard-line Islamic party protested near the British Embassy, chanting "Destroy Salman Rushdie" and "Destroy Britain"
The New York Times June 20, 2007
The Islamisation of Malaysia
Fundamentalist Muslims have successfully appealed to Sharia to protect Muslim Malaysia from apostasy
ASSIST New Service June 07, 2007
Malaysia at a Crossroads
As Malaysia celebrates a half-century of independence, faith-based politics is further dividing the nation's ethnicities
TIME  February 22, 2007
Malaysia: Tension Grows Over Christian Convert
Muslims and non-Muslims in Malaysia have been sharing their anger and concerns over how the country's judiciary will rule on the legality of a Muslim woman's conversion to Christianity
ASSIST News Service September 01, 2006
Christian convert faces death threats
Former Muslim challenges Islamic government
WorldNetDaily August 26, 2006
Malaysia police 'brutal, corrupt'
The head of a commission inquiry into the Malaysian police says his panel has been inundated with allegations of corruption and brutality
BBC News 8/10/2004
Mahathir sets retirement date
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has announced that he will step down
BBC News 9/28/2003
Sars crisis talks in Malaysia
Senior health officials from across Asia are meeting in Malaysia to debate emergency measures aimed at slowing the spread of Sars
BBC News 4/25/2003