Capital: Dar es Salaam
Population: 49,639,138 (July 2014 est.) - Note: estimates take into account the effects of excess mortality due to AIDS
Ethnic groups: Mainland - African 99% (of which 95% are Bantu consisting of more than 130 tribes), other 1% (consisting of
Asian, European, and Arab); Zanzibar - Arab, African, mixed Arab and African
Religions: Mainland - Christian 30%, Muslim 35%, indigenous beliefs 35%; Zanzibar - more than 99% Muslim
On Tuesday morning, at a minute past midnight, June 27, 1995, the true God gave me a word of Knowledge for the people living in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. This is the supernatural revelation from the Holy Spirit:
"For you seek to purify yourselves with sacrifices that I did not ask for. You bow to a god that I do not know. You worship a creature I did not make and whose creator I did not make. Your black robes represent the sins of your heart. Your white robes represent the imitation of holiness, and your red robes represent the blood that will be shed to cause you to see. For I am a holy God, a jealous God. My name is Jesus who you crucify. My name is above all other names and all other gods. I take second place to no one and no liar! Your prayers I do not hear. Your sacrifices I do not see, but my wrath you will see and know I Am, thus saith the Lord!"
People of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania: for you to know that Jesus Christ is the only living God, the following will happen: "A Giant Earthquake will hit Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, so you will know I am the REAL GOD!"
At fourteen minutes past midnight the Lord Jesus Christ the son of the Living God, and they are one, said this to his servant concerning the people of Dar Es Salaam:
"Depart from me ye doers of iniquity for I am coming with a sword, with pestilence and famine and you will know that I live!"
This second prophecy given within minutes of the other is yet another attempt in God's loving kindness and tender mercy to draw people out of their self-induced deception. This spirit of deception that the majority of the people of Dar Es Salaam and all Tanzania suffer from, is brought on by their own hard selfish hearts. They, out of their pride, have rejected the truth of the living God, and now having a reprobate mind, are turned over to seducing spirits. Because of this, you worship false gods and idols, but primarily you worship and serve yourselves. You are lovers of self, lovers of money, and now you compromise your faith to acquire more filthy lucre (money); it will never satisfy your endless appetite.
People of Dar Es Salaam, no matter what religion you call yourselves, many of you are not serious in your faith. Even many - many of you who call yourselves Christians are not really followers of Jesus Christ. You just have the knowledge and teachings of the Holy Scriptures through the Bible, but you do not follow them. They are not in your heart as part of your being. The Holy Spirit does not live in or guide you. You have rejected the truths of God as Eve, Adam, Cain, Lucifer and others did. Thus, you are in reality living in rebellion and must repent and become a genuine servant of Jesus Christ - not a hypocrite.
People of Dar Es Salaam and all of Tanzania, please get a Bible and turn to these Scriptures. You will read how the Holy Spirit is showing and explaining to you what you are doing, where you fell into error, and the deception of lying spirits (fallen angels). God the Holy Spirit is calling you. If you read these passages with a sincere desire to know the truth, it will be revealed by God the Holy Spirit. Isaiah 66:16-17 tells what some of you are doing to be accepted by God, but he rejects it. Romans 1:20-25 tells where and how false gods are created and worshipped. You will also want to read these Scriptures with a desire to know the truth: I John 4:1-21, I John 5:1-21,
2 John 1:6-11, Galatians 1:6-9 and Jeremiah 29:30-32.
THERE IS HOPE!
Jesus is saying, "Return to me with your whole heart, soul and mind and I will forgive and heal your land."
People of Dar Es Salaam and all of Tanzania, do not think what is about to come upon you from the Lord is cruel. NO! It is merciful. God is trying to awaken your eyes to the spiritual deceptions that you are in and under. Your physical life is not of great importance. Your eternal soul is what matters most. Come back to the Lord God, through Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior; for he loves you with an everlasting love up until judgment day after his return. Then, mercy, grace and love will no longer be extended upon those who have rejected him and the truth of God revealed through the Bible, the Holy Word. Eternal and final Judgment will follow.
History of Tanzania:
Arab traders first began to colonize the area in 700 A.D. Portuguese explorers reached the coastal regions in 1500 A.D. and held some control until the 17th century, when the sultan of Oman took power. The Portuguese made Zanzibar one of their tributaries in 1503, but they were driven from Oman by Arabs in 1698. Zanzibar was declared independent of Oman in 1861 and, in 1890, it became a British protectorate.
With what are now Burundi and Rwanda, Tanganyika became the colony ofGerman East Africa in 1885. After World War I, it was administered by Britain under a League of Nations mandate and later as a UN trust territory.
In 1954, Julius Nyerere organized a political party, the Tanganyika African National Union (TANU). On December 9, 1961, Tanganika became an autonomous Commonwealth realm, and Nyerere became Prime Minister. On December 9, 1962, a republican constitution was implemented with Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere as Tanganyika's first president. Zanzibar became independent on December 10, 1963. On April 26, 1964, the nations merged into the United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar. The name was changed to Tanzania six months later.
An invasion by Ugandan troops in November 1978 was followed by a counterattack in January 1979, in which 5,000 Tanzanian troops were joined by 3,000 Ugandan exiles opposed to President Idi Amin. Full-scale war developed. Julius Nyerere kept troops in Uganda in open support of former Ugandan president Milton Obote, despite protests from opposition groups.
On April 11, 1979, Idi Amin was forced to quit the capital, Kampala, ending the Uganda-Tanzania War. The Tanzanian army took the city with the help of Ugandan and Rwandan guerrillas. Amin fled into exile. By the middle of 1979, corruption reached epidemic proportions as the Socialist economy collapsed.
In October 1985, Nyerere handed power to Ali Hassan Mwinyi, but retained control of the ruling party, Chama cha Mapinduzi (CCM), as Chairman until 1990, when he handed that responsibility to Mwinyi.
One-party rule ended in 1995 with the first democratic elections held since the 1970s. Benjamin William Mkapa was sworn in as the new president on November 23, 1995.
On August 7, 1998, the U.S. embassy in Dar es Salaam was bombed by terrorists, killing ten. The same day an even more devastating explosion destroyed the U.S. embassy in neighboring Kenya.
President Benjamin William Mkapa sought to increase economic productivity while dealing with pollution problems and deforestation. In October 2000, Mkapa was easily re-elected.
In 2005 presidential elections, Jakaya Kikwete of the Chama Cha Mapinduzi Party won with 80% of the vote.
Prime Minister Edward Ngoyai Lowassa resigned in February 2008 over a scandal involving Richmond Development, an American energy company, which was hired to provide Tanzania with generators to supply electricity to the country during a power shortage. The company never began the operation, yet Lowassa urged the government to renew the contract. Mizengo Pinda replaced Lowassa as prime minister.
Jakaya Kikwete was re-elected president in November 2010.
In January 2011, police killed two during an anti-government protest in Arusha. The demonstrators demanded the release of opposition party leader Freeman Mbowe, who was detained ahead of a rally against government corruption
In May 2012, President Kikwete fired six ministers after the inspector of public finances noted the misuse of funds in at least seven ministries.
In October 2012, police arrested 126 people over attacks on five churches in Dar es Salaam. Muslims vandalised and torched the churches after a Christian boy was accused of urinating on a copy of the Koran.
© 1995 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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