On 6/18/2003 at 0949hrs., Rev. Hansen received this prophecy:

"Sudan, Sudan a land filled with the blood of the innocents. You have hurt, persecuted, maimed, murdered and destroyed my people because of the gods you serve - gods of brick, stone and mortar cannot save your soul, they will only condemn your eternal spirit.

Look to me, Jesus Christ, while you still can call upon my name for mercy and grace; for a time is coming when I will send my plagues to tear your country apart.

The blood of my children are crying to me from the ground and I am about to release the Angel of Death upon your government. You are a blood-thirsty people and I will send you blood to fill your idolatrous appetite for blood and power. Yes, not only plagues are coming, but a sword of war and of death: and you will taste the pangs of suffering and death that you have been inflicting upon the innocent of my children.

Plagues, famine, disease and death, war and utter hopeless poverty will become your plight unless you turn to me while there is still time and hope.

An earthquake also is coming, yes an earthquake, and you will know that I live."

History of South Sudan:

Past South Sudan: The Egyptians conquered Sudan in 1874 and established the province of Equatoria. Islamic Mahdist revolutionaries overran the region in 1885, but in 1898 a British force was able to overthrow the Mahdist regime.

An Anglo-Egyptian Sudan was established the following year with Equatoria being the southernmost of its eight provinces. The region was largely left to itself over the following decades, but Christian missionaries converted much of the population and facilitated the spread of English.

Egypt and Britain ruled Sudan until 1953, when Anglo-Egyptian Sudan granted Sudan self-government. In 1955, army officers in the south mutinied, sparking a civil war between the north and south. Southerners accused the government of trying to force Islamic and Arab culture on the south. When Sudan gained its independence on January 1, 1956, it was with the understanding that the southerners would be able to participate fully in the political system.

When the Arab Khartoum government reneged on its promises, a mutiny began that led to a civil war that dragged on until the 1972 signing of the Addis Ababa Agreement. About 500,000 people died in the war. Under the accord, the Southern Sudan Autonomous Region was formed.

War broke out again in 1983 when President Gaafar Mohamed Nimeiri abrogated the treaty and declared Sudan a Muslim state, ruled by Shariah law. Southern rebels formed the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) and fought the government. Government troops unleashed vicious massacres against civilians and entire villages. A cease-fire was declared between the Sudanese government and the SPLA in July 2002. Fighting on both sides continued throughout the peace negotiations.

A Comprehensive Peace Agreement was reached on January 9, 2005 between the southern rebels, led by John Garang of the SPLA, and the Khartoum government, ending Africa's longest-running civil war. Under the deal, roughly half of Sudan's oil wealth was given to the south, as well as nearly complete autonomy and the right to secede after six years. Two weeks after Garang was sworn in as first vice president, he was killed in a helicopter crash during bad weather. Rioting erupted in Khartoum. Garang's deputy, Salva Kiir, was sworn in as the new vice president.

Present South Sudan: In July 2009, an international tribunal at The Hague redefined the border of Sudan's oil-rich Abyei region, giving the North rights to the Heglig oil field, and the South retained rights to other oil fields in Abyei.

In April 2010 elections, Salva Kiir, head of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM), was re-elected president of the semi-autonomous South. He opted not to run for national president, choosing instead to remain the leader of southern Sudan.

A referendum on independence for Southern Sudan was held in January 2011, with 98.83% of the electorate opting for secession. The President of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir, accepted the results and issued a Republican Decree confirming the outcome of the referendum.

In April 2011, President Omar Al-Bashir said he would not recognize the independence of South Sudan if its government claims the Abyei region, which is part of South Kordofan state. On May 21, 2011, the Armed Forces of Sudan seized control of Abyei, which the south Sudanese government called an act of war. More than 20,000 people fled and the United Nations sent an envoy to intervene.

The Republic of South Sudan declared its independence on July 9, 2011 and became Africa's 54th state. Thousands celebrated in the streets of South Sudan's capital, Juba. Salva Kiir became the first president of the republic and the Sudan People's Liberation Movement became the ruling party.

Sudan and South Sudan teetered on the brink of border war in April 2012. South Sudan took over disputed oil fields in Heglig. President Omar al-Bashir said he would not negotiate with South Sudan. The South withdrew from the contested region, but the aggression continued.

Sudan and South Sudan reached an oil deal on August 4, 2012. South Sudan agreed to compensate Sudan for the use of its oil pipeline.

Sudan and South Sudan reached an agreement in March 2013, brokered by the African Union, to resume oil production.

In July 2013, President Salva Kiir, dismissed his cabinet and vice-president, Riek Machar. In December, Kiir accused Machar of attempting a coup. Fighting broke out in Juba between government troops and rebels loyal to Machar. Rebels took control of Unity and Upper Nile.

In an unofficial referendum held on October 31, 2013, registered voters from the Dinka Ngok tribe voted to join South Sudan. The results were not recognized by the governments of either Sudan nor South Sudan.

Ethiopia, Uganda, and Kenya negotiated a cease-fire on December 31, 2013. The government and rebels signed the cease-fire in late January 2014, but both sides violated the cease-fire.

In April 2014, pro-Machar rebels sacked the oil town of Bentiu and killed hundreds of civilians, targeting anyone suspected of supporting Kiir.

© 2003 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

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LONDON Telegraph April 21, 2014
South Sudan conflict: Attack on UN base 'kills dozens'
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BBC News April 17, 2014
South Sudan rivals sign ceasefire agreement
South Sudan's government and rebels signed a ceasefire agreement after talks in Ethiopia
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WorldNetDaily January 07, 2014
South Sudan and Rebels Open Peace Talks
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The New York Times January 04, 2014
South Sudan rebels agree to ceasefire talks as fighting rages
South Sudan's government and rebels agreed a ceasefire, mediators said, though there was no immediate confirmation from either side or sign of an end to ethnic fighting that has ravaged the world's youngest nation
Reuters December 31, 2013
South Sudan government agrees to truce
The government agreed to an immediate end to fighting with rebels but warned its forces would defend themselves if attacked
BBC News December 27, 2013
Political Fight in South Sudan Targets Civilians
The security forces went house to house, rounding up civilians by the dozens and binding the wrists of some with wire, survivors said
The New York Times Dec. 24, 2013
President Says a Coup Failed in South Sudan
Soldiers loyal to the former vice president of South Sudan tried to overthrow the government, President Salva Kiir said, continuing the political tension that has hung over the fledgling country
The New York Times Dec. 16, 2013
Bloody revolution devolves into fight over oil
Christian persecution also flares as South Sudan emerges as nation
WorldNetDaily November 17, 2013
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ASSIST News Service Sept. 21, 2013
South Sudan's Salva Kiir sacks cabinet
South Sudan's president has sacked his entire cabinet, in an apparent power struggle with other senior leaders
BBC News July 24, 2013
A Grim Anniversary in Sudan
“The students go to class, and when they hear the Antonovs coming they run to hide in the caves”
FrontPage Magazine June 27, 2013
The epic life of Jesh el Amer of South Sudan: Lessons of the 25th anniversary of the unforgettable 1987 journey to refuge
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UN mission verifies start of Sudan, South Sudan withdrawal from zone in Abyei
The United Nations peacekeeping force in the oil-rich Abyei area has completed its first verification mission to make sure that troops from both Governments pull out of the demilitarized border zone
UN News Centre March 26, 2013
Sudans Sign Agreement to Resume Oil Exports
Sudan and South Sudan, moving to reduce the hostilities that have severely weakened both of their economies, signed an agreement that could lead to the resumption of oil production
The New York Times March 12, 2013
More than 100 dead in South Sudan cattle raid
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Al Jazeera February 11, 2013
Sudanese Military Kills Christian Mother in Bombing
Non-Arab Nuba Christians targeted in town in South Kordofan
ASSIST News Service Oct. 12, 2012
Sudan and South Sudan 'agree oil deal'
Sudan and South Sudan have reached a deal on border security and oil production that will allow oil exports from South Sudan through Sudan to resume, say spokesmen for both sides
BBC News September 27, 2012
Sudan, South Sudan reach oil deal, will hold border talks
Sudan said it had reached a deal with South Sudan on oil transit fees, a first step towards ending a dispute which had brought the hostile neighbors close to war, but also said it wanted a border security agreement before oil flows resumed
Reuters August 04, 2012
Bible School, Church Buildings Attacked In Sudan
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Eurasia Review April 26, 2012
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Refugees face life-threatening water shortages and need urgent relocation as conflict spreads
ReliefWeb April 26, 2012
Ban Ki-moon condemns Sudanese air raid on South Sudan
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned Sudan's bombardment of a border area in South Sudan
BBC News April 23, 2012
Witness: Sudanese warplanes strike at South Sudan border towns
Sudanese military commander says 1,200 South Sudanese dead
CNN  April 23, 2012
South Sudanese Christians Trapped in Hostile North
Islamic extremists threaten to seize Bible school in Khartoum
Compass Direct News April 19, 2012
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The number of people killed in South Sudan in the latest of a series of cattle raids has risen to more than 200, officials have told the BBC
BBC News March 13, 2012
37 die in South Sudan shootout
Thirty-seven people have been killed in South Sudan during a shootout at a peace meeting held to resolve disputes about stolen cattle
Press TV February 03, 2012
How black slaves helped set South Sudan free
Rights groups reported that tens if not hundreds of thousands of slaves were captured to serve Arab masters in the north
Israpundit July 31, 2011
Israel announces full diplomatic ties with South Sudan
Interior Minister Yishai calls on Israel to begin negotiations to return thousands of Sudanese refugees who crossed into Israel illegally
Haaretz July 28, 2011
UN welcomes South Sudan as 193rd member
The UN General Assembly has admitted South Sudan as its 193rd member
BBC News July 14, 2011
Sudan's Omar Bashir warns about disputed Abyei region
Sudan President Omar al-Bashir has said the disputed border region of Abyei is a source of potential conflict with newly independent South Sudan
BBC News July 11, 2011
South Sudanese celebrate their divorce
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BBC News July 09, 2011
South Sudan's flag raised at independence ceremony
Tens of thousands of South Sudanese have watched the raising of the new country's flag at an independence ceremony in Juba
BBC News July 09, 2011
Obama 'Proud' to Recognize South Sudan
The United States has formally recognized the Republic of South Sudan on its independence day
VOA News July 08, 2011
South Sudan expatriates flock home to witness birth of new nation
Sudan's Muslim north has been in conflict with the majority Christian south for decades
CNN  July 08, 2011
Sudan's Bashir warns rebels ahead of secession
North Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir said he would take no part in foreign peace talks after the south of the country secedes
Reuters July 07, 2011
Sudan deal with South Kordofan and Blue Nile rebels
A deal has been agreed to end violence in Sudan's South Kordofan state, where northern troops have been accused of ethnic cleansing
BBC News June 29, 2011
Sudan's South Kordofan: 'Huge suffering from bombs'
The UN has accused the Sudanese government of carrying out an "intensive bombing campaign" near the north-south border
BBC News June 14, 2011
North Sudan seizes disputed Abyei, thousands flee
Sudan's northern army seized control of the disputed, oil-producing Abyei region, forcing thousands to flee and bringing the country's north and south to the brink of full conflict
Reuters May 22, 2011
Sudan: Bashir threatens south over Abyei
Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir has threatened not to recognise the new state of South Sudan if it tries to claim the Abyei region
BBC News April 28, 2011
Sudan Leader to Accept Secession of South
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The New York Times February 07, 2011
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98.83% of southerners voted for the split
CNN  February 07, 2011
Southern Sudan votes on independence
Huge numbers of Southern Sudanese have been voting in a landmark referendum on independence from the north
BBC News January 09, 2011
Violence could erupt if southern Sudan secedes, group warns
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CNN  June 29, 2010
South Sudan's president sworn in
Salva Kiir, the leader of south Sudan's former rebel group the SPLM, has been sworn in as the first elected president of the semi-autonomous southern region
BBC News May 21, 2010
We Don't Recognize Bashir as Legitimate President, Says UMMA Party Official
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VOA News April 26, 2010
Bashir Wins Election as Sudan Edges Toward Split
Sudan's incumbent president, Omar Hassan al-Bashir, handily won the country's first multiparty election in more than 20 years
The New York Times April 26, 2010
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BBC News April 02, 2010
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United States Institute of Peace January 22, 2010
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The Seattle Times December 14, 2009
South Sudan awaits oil bonanza
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BBC News November 02, 2009
Ruling Signals Compromise On Border Dispute in Sudan
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The Washington Post July 23, 2009
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Officials expect death toll to top 300
The Daily Star April 21, 2009
Southern Sudan: on the path to war
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ASSIST News Service October 03, 2007
South Sudan leader warns militias
At least 150 people died in fierce fighting between former rebels from the south and Sudan's national army
BBC News December 05, 2006
Sudanese clash for third day after Garang death
At least 20 people were reported killed overnight in the Sudanese capital
RedOrbit August 03, 2005
Riots after Sudan VP Garang dies
Sudanese police have quelled riots and imposed a curfew after anger at the death of ex-rebel leader John Garang spilled on to the streets
BBC News August 01, 2005
Sudan VP Garang killed in crash
Sudan's Vice-President John Garang, a former rebel leader, has been killed in a crash
BBC News August 01, 2005