Monday, 8 June 2015


The prophesy that The LORD revealed to me on 12th December 2014 about a most fearsome and a very infectious disease outbreak coming to the earth has been accurately fulfilled 6 months later as from 20th May 2015 and is currently ongoing to an escalated level even on 8th June 2015 as I’m typing this.

While posting and sharing across the prophesy of The LORD back then  on 12th December 2014, I titled it as follows: Prophesy of A Most Fearsome and a Very Infectious Disease Coming To The Earth; A Disease That Will Make Its Victims (The Infected) To Loose a Considerable Weight Within a Very Short Time and Their Bodies Will Turn Pale Green”

I also did state as follows while posting and sharing the prophesy of The LORD back then on 12th December 2014 (6 months ago):  ‘“In the morning of 12th December 2014 at about 3:45 am in a vision (supernatural dream) of The LORD God Almighty, The LORD Jesus Christ and The Holy Spirit, The LORD showed me a most fearsome and a very infectious disease that is coming to the earth. In this vision, I saw the victims of this disease, they had the symptoms of loosing very considerable weight within a very short time and their bodies too had turned pale green. The disease was very infectious and people did not even want to be near the victims. They feared being near the victims such that in one instance in the vision, there was an invitation for people to come and understand more about this disease and to hear from the infected persons, but people did not turn up for the meeting because they feared to come into contact with the infected persons.”’

Furthermore, I also did state as follows while posting and sharing the prophesy of The LORD back then on 12th December 2014 (6 months ago): ‘“The first message that was imparted in my heart from this communication of The LORD is that a most fearsome and a very infectious disease is coming to the earth; a disease that will make its victims (the infected) to loose a considerable weight within a very short time and their bodies will turn pale green. Pale green (ashy) being a representation of deathlike. Meaning that this disease will be very deadly. People will fear to venture out, and so as result of the widespread immorality there will be a judgment of The LORD on the land and so people will thus be forced to retreat as a result of the fear of infection.”’

So, you see The LORD was essentially talking in that prophesy of 12th December 2014 about this the then upcoming outbreak of this disease (The MERS Disease), and The LORD was saying that it was going to be a very infectious disease and thus was able to spread very rapidly, a most fearful disease that was going to cause fear and panic amongst the people because of its very infectious nature. The LORD was also talking about this disease being very deadly and its victims dying within a short timeframe. The LORD also talked about people fearing to venture out and so were going to stay away from public places (meaning that people were going to be quarantined and also self-quarantined, and that even border points and entry point of some nations like China, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Vietnam and Cambodia will be enhanced in terms of thorough checking of movement of people into and out of the places and the borders as well. What has been reported by the global news channels as follows: “Countries around the Asia-Pacific region are rolling out measures aimed at preventing the spread of MERS, which has infected dozens of people in South Korea.") There has consequently been very widespread panic, fear and blame-game even amongst the South Korean; with the South Korean Government caught up in confusion, panic, uncertainty and fear to the extent that they tried to withhold very vital information from the South Korean public because of the fearsome, the infectious and the uncertain nature of the MERS Disease.  

So it has come as a very big shock that all the details of the prophesy of The LORD regarding the outbreak of this most fearsome and a very infectious disease (MERS Disease) has been accurately fulfilled, as the global news channels are reporting as follows: ‘“MERS, the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, has stoked fast-rising anxiety in South Korea about a disease for which there is no known cure. Nearly 1,200 Korean schools have shut down for fear of the mysterious virus spreading among vulnerable children as the number of people with the infection rose above 40, four of whom have died. Upwards of 1,500 exposed to carriers of the virus were quarantined. Most of the cases were confined to one hospital, but passengers on buses and trains, on busy streets, in crowded shopping malls, in parks and playgrounds everywhere wore face masks. The virus, which originated in Saudi Arabia, is closely related to SARS, the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome that claimed hundreds of victims a dozen years ago.”’

The global news channels are also reporting as follows in fulfilling the words of the prophesy of The LORD 6 months earlier: ‘“A week after returning from the Middle East last month, a 68-year-old South Korean man visited a doctor in Asan, a provincial city about 50 miles south of Seoul. “It was like he had caught a cold,” his wife said in an interview with a local television station. She said her husband suffered from a fever and coughing fits. The doctor suspected a minor ailment. But three weeks later, an outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome in South Korea has become the biggest outside of Saudi Arabia, where the virus was first discovered in 2012. South Korea’s health ministry said Monday it had confirmed 23 new MERS patients and a sixth death, taking the total number of people infected to 87. Health officials have linked all of the cases in South Korea to the 68-year-old man, whose MERS diagnosis came nine days after he initially sought medical help. The government has also drawn criticism for its sluggish response to the crisis.”’

Furthermore, The global news channels are likewise reporting as follows in fulfilling the words of the prophesy of The LORD 6 months earlier: ‘“Fear of the unknown adds to the anxiety. “There is no treatment for MERS,” said Hakim Djaballah, CEO of Institut Pasteur Korea, in an interview with the Korea Times. “Since it is relatively a new virus, little drug discovery research has been done on it.” South Korean movie theaters are normally jam-packed on weekends — the Asian country has the world's highest rate of movie-going — but admissions were considerably down this past weekend amid the MERS outbreak. "I don't feel safe going to crowded places like movie theaters," said a movie fan in her 30s who normally heads to the cinema on weekends. She opted to download something instead and has also stocked up on disposable masks. Major shopping malls have reported a sharp rise in the sales of masks, hand sanitizers and mouthwashes, and many people have been seen wearing masks on the streets of Seoul in recent days. Public alarm and government oversight in South Korea has stimulated overblown fear of the MERS coronavirus in South Korea.”’

It is also very very important to note that The LORD made me know in that prophesy 6 months ago that this will be a judgment of The LORD on the land, for many sins, wickedness and evil practices like sexual immorality. The LORD thus made me know that people will be so quarantined (including self quarantined) and their movements curtailed such that they will now be restricted to their houses (homes): No more visiting of sexual immorality dens and other dens of evil practices and wickedness. This is what I stated as follows while posting and sharing the prophesy of The LORD back then on 12th December 2014 (6 months ago):‘“In the vision, I saw people being told to use protection, so it seems that this disease could also be transmitted through sexual contact; so I don’t know whether this will be new sexually Transmitted disease. The LORD then showed me very widespread sexual immorality taking place in places even in the open places in broad day light; even in the full view of children and passersby. I then heard the voice of The LORD say: “Now People Can Sleep in The Houses!!!”’.

But of even more critical point to note is that while posting and sharing the prophesy of The LORD back then on 12th December 2014 (6 months ago), I noted and essentially concluded by passing the main message that The LORD was passing (and is still passing) across to the people and the nations of the earth (Including South Korea) as follows: ‘“These are the sign posts that denote the dispensation that mankind is at currently at this point here on the earth; a dispensation that ushers in the coming of The LORD Jesus Christ to come and Rapture them who have embraced Repentance for the forgiveness of their sins and are walking in Righteousness, Holiness, Truth and Complete Surrender to The LORD Jesus Christ. These then are the Bride of Christ that is invited to the wedding supper of The Lamb (The Bridegroom) in Heaven.”’

May Those Who Have Ears Listen To What The Holy Spirit is Saying and May They Prepare The Way For The Coming of The LORD Jesus Christ To Rapture His Bride.



(a)- ‘“Fears of MERS in South Korea are growing by the day, with more than 2,300 people quarantined as the country grapples with the outbreak. More than 1,800 schools will be closed for several days amid concerns of the spread of Middle East respiratory syndrome.”’

(b)- ‘“South Korea's capital has asked more than 1,500 people to self-quarantine because they unknowingly attended a symposium with a doctor who was infected with MERS, Seoul's mayor said. Mayor Park Won-soon said all 1,565 people who attended the symposium should stay at home as a precaution to avoid spreading MERS in the unlikely event they contracted it at the meeting. The mayor said the city is considering measures that would force these people to stay at home, and that officials are trying to determine where else the doctor traveled while he had symptoms. Kang Shin-myun, Seoul chief of police, said it will enforce quarantine orders for those suspected of having MERS.”’

(c)- ‘“The South Korean outbreak had its first case on May 20. The vast majority of the cases are hospital clusters, and the deaths were among people with pre-existing health conditions. Experts from the World Health Organization who have dealt with MERS are coming to South Korea to assess the pattern of the virus spread and to look at public health response efforts. The outbreak in South Korea has been the largest outside Saudi Arabia -- where the virus was discovered.”’

(d)- ‘“South Korea’s ongoing outbreak of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) claimed its sixth victim on Monday, with an 80-year-old man dying while being treated at a hospital there. The country’s health ministry stated that the man had only been diagnosed with the deadly virus earlier in the day, state news agency Yonhap reported. The ministry also reported 23 new cases, taking the total number of people affected by the disease to 87. Among these was a 16-year-old boy, the first minor to contract the virus since the outbreak began on May 20. The South Korean government earlier closed thousands of schools and kindergattens in an attempt to mitigate the spread of the virus. More than 2,300 South Koreans have so far been quarantined—either in hospitals or at home—and Reuters earlier reported that the government was tracking the cellphones of those under quarantine to ensure that they are complying with restrictions on their movement.”’

(e)- ‘“Hong Kong upgraded to "serious" on Monday its response to an outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in South Korea, where the number of cases jumped and fears grew about the economic impact of the disease. South Korean President Park Geun-hye said the progress of MERS, which has been spreading in South Korea since last month when a businessman brought it home from a Middle East trip, had to be halted, a day after authorities began using mobile phones to trace people who violate quarantine.”’

(f)- ‘“But alarm is growing and about 25,000 people cancelled trips to South Korea between June 5 and June 7, the Korean Tourism Organization said. Hong Kong raised its response level to "serious", from "alert" on its three-level system. The third is "emergency". The "serious" level means tighter controls at points of entry to Hong Kong, greater coordination between authorities and swifter test results for suspected cases. "The Department of Health advises the public to avoid unnecessary travel to Korea, in particular, those with chronic illnesses," Hong Kong's Centre for Health Protection said. "Travellers in Korea and the Middle-East should avoid unnecessary visit to healthcare facilities." All known South Korean infections have taken place in health facilities, where it is common for family and friends to make lengthy visits, sometimes staying around the clock to care for a sick relative.”’

(g)- ‘“Malaysia has advised its nationals to avoid South Korea while Singapore has postponed or cancelled school trips. In China, airports stepped up monitoring and authorities have asked airlines to report any passengers with high temperatures. Vietnam and Cambodia ordered heightened screening of arrivals from South Korea. South Korea has closed nearly 2,000 schools and put about 2,500 people, who may have had contact with MERS patients, under quarantine, some in hospitals but most at home.”’

(h)- ‘“The effect from MERS on private consumption cannot be overlooked as spending and tourism are quickly shrinking," Park said during a visit to the MERS response headquarters. "Minimizing the economic impact of the disease and overcoming it has to be part of eradicating the MERS outbreak." The outbreak could inflict a $2 billion hit on South Korea, according to Barclays, or 0.14 percent of its forecast for 2015 output, with hotels and restaurants among sectors most affected.”’

(i)- ‘“South Korea on Monday reported its sixth death from Middle East Respiratory Syndrome as authorities were bolstering measures to stem the spread of the virus that has infected 87 people. About 1,870 schools have closed and more than 2,000 people are isolated at their homes or state-run facilities after having contact with patients infected with the virus. It's the largest outbreak outside the Middle East. An 80-year-old man who died Monday became the country's sixth MERS death, according to a statement from the Health Ministry. Departing from its earlier policy, the government on Sunday disclosed the names of the 24 hospitals where the MERS patients have been diagnosed or had been treated before their condition was confirmed. This will allow people who have visited those facilities in recent weeks to report themselves if they are showing symptoms of MERS, officials said.”’

(j)-  ‘“Outside of Saudi Arabia where the Middle East respiratory syndrome - or MERS - was discovered, the country that's been hit hardest has been South Korea. And the picture there grows dismal every day. All the infections so far have been confined to hospitals with transmission occurring between patients, staff and their families in close contact. Health officials have released the names of the 24 hospitals - mainly in Seoul and the province of Gyeonggi - involved in the outbreak. The first Mers case in South Korea was a man who became infected during a business trip to Saudi Arabia, where the disease was first identified three years ago. Medical authorities have been criticised for the way they have handled the outbreak. Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon accused central government of not providing enough information to citizens about the virus. But Health Minister Moon Hyung-pyo rejected the claim, saying such comments risked increasing public concern.”’

(k)- ‘“The outbreak has triggered widespread concern in South Korea and has prompted health officials to quarantine thousands of people who may have been exposed to the first patient and other carriers infected by him. Sales of face masks and hand sanitizer have soared, and nearly 2,000 schools, from kindergartens to universities, have closed as a precaution. Major public events like baseball games have seen a big drop off in attendance as people worry about the spread of the virus.”’

(l)- ‘“The slow diagnosis in South Korea and local cultural practices have complicated the outbreak in the country, experts say. Local doctors say South Korean patients tend to visit different hospitals frequently until a diagnosis can be ascertained, a practice that can lead to a virus’s spread. Fellow hospital patients who were in contact with the initial MERS patient and have since moved to other hospitals have unleashed separate chains of infection in Seoul and Daejeon, about 87 miles south of the South Korean capital. Over the weekend, the government disclosed the names of the hospitals where MERS patients were being treated, allowing anyone who visited the medical centers recently to come forward for precautionary checkups or report any suspicious symptoms. Previously, officials had declined to name the hospitals in an attempt to prevent panic, drawing public criticism.”’

(m)-“The schools , several hundred of them, suspended classes. The commuters on Seoul’s crowded trains wore face masks and passenger jets were searched for cases of a disease for which there is no known cure. “Nobody is telling us anything,” said Chang Sung-eun, an office worker who was wearing a face mask as she returned home. “Nobody knows what to do.” Panic spread as more than 1,100 schools were closed two weeks after the first case was diagnosed in a 68-year-old man returning from the Middle East, where he had been working for a company selling agricultural products in Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. He has survived so far after having first sought treatment for the telltale cough and high temperature that is the first sign of the illness, but three other Koreans have died of the disease.”’

(n)-“The problem is no one knows really what is causing this disease or how to treat it,” said one medical worker as a doctor treating patients was suspected of having been infected with the virus. The doctor, transferred to a hospital designated for those who may have the virus, is among 1,600 people placed in isolation pending results of medical tests. Also among those feared to have caught the disease was a Korean air force chief master sergeant, placed under quarantine at Osan Air Base south of Seoul. The fear was the disease might spread among both Korean and US forces at the base, which is the regional headquarters of the US Seventh Air Force. An official at the Korea Centres for Disease Control and Prevention told Yonhap, the Korean news agency, that a “number of soldiers suspected to have contracted the disease” had been placed in isolation “to prevent its spread by minimising other contacts with those we suspect are infected”’.

(o)- ‘“Fear of the unknown adds to the anxiety. “There is no treatment for Mers,” Hakim Djaballah, chief executive of Institut Pasteur Korea, said in an interview with The Korea Times. “Since it is relatively a new virus, little drug discovery research has been done on it.” Anger and frustration has mounted among Koreans with the realisation that the disease has spread more rapidly in South Korea than in any other country outside the Middle East.”’

(p)- ‘“Virus spreads from South Korea to China: The two deaths reported so far were of a 58-year-old woman and a 71-year-old man. The first, or "index" case — a 68-year-old man diagnosed after returning from a trip to Saudi Arabia — was reported on May 20. Ms Park had scolded Korean health officials for their "insufficient" initial response, during which one infected man managed to travel to China despite warnings from doctors. China said last week the man had tested positive for MERS, China's first confirmed case.”’

(q)- ‘“South Korean authorities will track the mobile phones of hundreds of people under quarantine to prevent the spread of the deadly Mers virus as a sixth person died in the outbreak and the number of infections rose to 87. An 80-year-old man, who tested positive for the virus last week while being treated for pneumonia, died on Monday and became the country’s sixth death linked to Mers, according to a statement from the health ministry. The government, criticised over its lack of transparency in handling the outbreak, bowed to public pressure on Sunday and identified 24 health facilities where infections took place or patients with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome visited. It reported 14 confirmed new cases of Mers, adding to the largest number outside the Middle East. “Please understand this is an unavoidable measure for the sake of our neighbours and families,” the deputy prime minister, Choi Kyung-hwan, told a news briefing in the central city of Sejong, where he announced the plan to track the mobile phones of people under quarantine to ensure they stayed at home. Nearly 2,000 people in South Korea are under quarantine, some in health care facilities but most at home, including an entire village of about 105 people in the south-west after a resident who visited a hospital where the country’s first patient with Mers was treated turned out to be infected.”’

(r)- ‘“In late May, a South Korean man broke a voluntary house quarantine and flew to Hong Kong and then travelled to mainland China, where he tested positive for Mers. South Korea’s outbreak of the virus, first reported on 20 May, has prompted fear and the closure last week of more than 1,000 schools, with thousands of tourists cancelling plans to visit the country. Amid  mounting alarm, Koreans tend to blame the government for not acting fast enough to contain the virus. A Gallup Korea poll showed the popularity rating of President Park Geun-Hye had fallen by six points to 34% — a drop attributed largely to complaints about the government’s slow response. By now more people have come down with MERS in South Korea than in any country outside the middle east.  Dr. John Linton at Severance Hospital in Seoul said one reason the rate of incidence was higher in Korea than elsewhere is the custom of relatives staying in the same room with those who are hospitalized.“MERS situation is getting worse and worse,” said a foreigner living in Seoul. “As the number of cases has grown, alarm has increased. What is causing panicked rumors is the government’s decision not to reveal the names and locations of the hospitals where cases have been discovered.”’

(s)- ‘“According to the Korean Film Council's KOBIS database, theater admissions plummeted compared to that of recent big weekend scores: the number of theatergoers on Friday went down 11.7 percent from last week, 25.2 percent from two weeks before, and 28.7 from three weeks before, while Saturday's figures saw similar decreases of 19.2 percent, 23.5 percent, and 19.5 percent respectively. The Asian Film Policy Forum, an annual international conference hosted by the Busan Film Commission slated to take place June 19-21, has also been postponed indefinitely "due to the MERS outbreak," organizers said.”’

(t)- ‘“News the disease can travel from camels to humans, however, have led to unnecessary measures, such as the quarantine of two camels at a Seoul zoo on Thursday, Yonhap reported. South Korean retail also has been badly hit by the fear of the MERS coronavirus, which spreads through close contact and in healthcare settings, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Brick-and-mortar stores were relatively empty, Yonhap reported, and popular shopping districts were not as crowded with foreign tourists. A major department store in Seoul said sales were down 8.4 percent from a year earlier for the first week of June, and a restaurant owner in Ilsan, Gyeonggi province said she has received scores of cancellation on group dinners.”’

(u)- ‘“The lack of familiarity with the disease has caused South Korea's Health Ministry to take what critics regard as serious missteps that has included withholding of key information from the public. Seoul refrained from naming Pyeongtaek St Mary’s Hospital in Gyeonggi province, where patient zero was hospitalized until Friday, a move that has drawn the ire of the South Korean public. MERS transmission requires personal contact with the virus, but information about the disease is causing many South Koreans to don face masks during outings, or avoid going outdoors.”’

(v)- ‘“South Korea’s battle with a rare viral outbreak entered a third week with a rising death toll and increasing concerns about the threat posed to the nation’s economy. As consumers stay home and tourists cancel trips to South Korea because of concerns about Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, some economists say the outbreak could take another big bite out of the country’s growth, which is already under pressure from sputtering exports. After raising worries about the economy, President Park Geun-hye on Wednesday put off a planned trip to Washington in order to oversee efforts at home to tackle MERS.  “I urge citizens to refrain from excessively reacting to MERS for the sake of the economy,” Ms. Park said on Tuesday.”’


1-Wall Street Journal

Headline: South Korea MERS Outbreak Began With a Cough

2- UPI

Headline: South Korea gripped by fear of MERS coronavirus


Headline: 6 Dead, 87 Infected, 2,300 Quarantined: South Korea’s MERS Crisis

4-ABC News

Headline: MERS virus forces South Korean schools to close as panic spreads


Headline: Deadly MERS Virus Spreads Anxiety In South Korea, Evokes Memories Of SARS Epidemic

6-The Independent

Headline: Mers: Outbreak of virus with no known cure and mortality rate of 40% spreads panic in South Korea amid fears it may have mutated

7-CTV News

Headline: MERS fears grow in South Korea


Headline: South Korea MERS outbreak: 6 dead; 2,500 quarantined; 1,800 schools closed


Headline: Sixth Mers death in South Korea amid sharp rises in cases

10-The Hollywood Reporter

Headline: South Korean Movie Theaters Suffer Amid MERS Outbreak


Headline: Hong Kong sets 'serious' response to South Korea's MERS outbreak

12-NBC News

Headline: MERS Outbreak Worsens in South Korea

13-The Guardian

Headline: South Korea to track mobile phones to enforce Mers virus quarantine rules


Headline: In pictures: South Korea tries to contain Mers outbreak


Headline: Hong Kong issues 'red alert' against South Korea travel due to MERS


Headline: From red pepper paste to quarantine: South Korean village shut by MERS

17-Business Insider

Headline: The MERS outbreak could have a big impact on Korea's economy

18- Al Jazeera

Headline: Alerts against South Korea travel as MERS spreads

19-Wall street Journal

Headline: Fear of MERS Poses Risks to South Korea’s Economy


Headline: Mers outbreak prompts South Korea's Park to delay US visit


Revelation 6:7-8 ‘“When the Lamb opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature say, “Come!” I looked, and there before me was a pale horse! Its rider was named Death, and Hades was following close behind him. They were given power over a fourth of the earth to kill by sword, famine and plague (diseases), and by the wild beasts of the earth.”’

Luke 21:8-11 ‘“He replied: “Watch out that you are not deceived. For many will come in my name, claiming, ‘I am he,’ and, ‘The time is near.’ Do not follow them.  When you hear of wars and uprisings, do not be frightened. These things must happen first, but the end will not come right away.”Then he said to them: “Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be great earthquakes, famines and pestilences (diseases) in various places, and fearful events and great signs from heaven.”’



Precious Jesus, 

I acknowledge today that you are LORD and savior of all mankind, 

and today I have recognized my shortfall,

I repent and turn away from all sin. 

Please cover me with your precious blood, 

and establish your word in my life,

that I may be found in righteousness and holiness 

and write my name in your book of life 

and baptize me with the power of the Holy Spirit 

in the mighty name of Jesus Christ. 


Shalom!!! Shalom!!! Shalom!!! 

Your Brother in Christ and A Servant of The LORD

Prophet Kevin Mirasi

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  1. lindykama frm SA daughter of a KING9 June 2015 at 00:36

    Yhuuuuuuu I am afraid of this God. Jesus am gonna worship you all the rest of my days. With Holiness. Prophet kevin mirasi I been following you quite sometime now, since last year. God confirm many times, that you from Him and Might prophet of God David owuor. God bless you all your journey. Amen I lv Jesus Christ of Nazareth very much. Prepare us O LORD for your Coming.

    1. We bless thy holy name O' Lord of hosts, great are your you LORD, greatly to be praised, FATHER you reign!Amen.
      Praise the Lord for His loving kindness, Jesus is Lord of All!

  2. Amen!!!! the way and the LAW of the LORD ARE SAINTS