The 19th century Serbian navi (prophet) from Kremna near Užice, Mitar Tarabić (1829-1899), prophesied with stunning accuracy important events of the 20th century and wrote, amongst other things, this concerning one who would arise in the end-times:
"Among people of a nation far in the north a little man [of no importance from the world's point-of-view] will appear who will teach men about love and compassion, but there will be many Judas's and hypocrites around him so that he will have many ups and downs. Not one of these hypocrites will want to know what is real human grace, but his wise books will remain, and all the words he will say, and then people will see how self-deceived they were" (Mitar Tarabić: A Serbian Prophet Foretells the Future).
Lev-Tsiyon (meaning 'Heart of Zion') is the Hebrew spiritual name of Christopher C.M. Warren, the founder of the NCCG.ORG website and the New Covenant Assemblies of Yahweh (NCAY), and the principal author of the several thousands of articles and sermons on this website.
Originally from Singapore (where he was born) and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (where he grew up) and Oxford, England (where he lived as a young man), He has lived in Scandinavia (Norway and Sweden), the northern-most part of Europe, since 1988 where the ministry was finally established and has since become global.
In recent years his ministry has mosly focussed on lifting up a prophetic voice of warning to the West concerning its judgment and imminent collapse and the final destruction of its formerly Christian civilisation, preparing the world for chaos and hard times ahead, restoring and teaching a completely new Christian/Messianic lifestyle for prosperity in the times of tribulation now starting, and teaching the qodeshim (saints, set-apart ones) Yahweh's New Covenant Torah requirements for inclusion in His end-time Remnant communities, the Chavurat Bekorot.
Lev-Tsiyon is married with seven children and lives in the Swedish wilderness.
For a general introduction, see the articles below. For his teachings, start with the Articles and Sermons page with links to other writings.