The world is preparing for war. Some hope to stay out of it. Some push for it. Some fear losing it. And, you can tell that it’s coming because of what the players are doing to move into what they think is the best position for winning this war.
The fear in everyone’s heart is that this will be a World War that will engulf the globe. And, that’s a valid fear, since the great powers are the ones doing the maneuvering.
Unfortunately, the focus is – and will be – Israel.
She didn’t start out as ‘the focus’. She certainly doesn’t want to be the focus. But, she’ll be the focus. And, the world will be shaken by what happens.
How we got to where we are is utterly fascinating. What an intricate series of events and historical movements that led us to this horrific moment in time.
For thousands of years, we’ve been puzzling over how the prophecies of the Last Days would be fulfilled. Well, we no longer need to puzzle over it. We now have most of the pieces and a better understanding of the picture.
The only question is whether we can fit those pieces together properly. It’s a big challenge, and I’ve been trying to do this for years. The good thing is that I’m better at this than before.
I’m always on the lookout for those who transcend the constraints of popular thought and allow the Holy Spirit to direct their understanding of the Last Days. I have found very, very few who have enough of that ‘Last Days’ understanding to be able to give them more than the briefest of mentions.
Well, I can now say that I’ve found one name that is worthy of great commendation:
I was a guest on the Hagmann and Hagmann Report, Friday night for the full three hours, and it was an interesting conversation. We covered a wide range of topics, and I was at my tangent-following, rabbit-chasing best.
We started out by discussing the events and background of the Syrian civil war. We mentioned Pope Franky and the reasons why the Jesuits are so evil. I even mentioned the Jesuit connection to Hitler. I brought up Isaiah 17, Isaiah 19, Ezekiel 38 and 39 – as well as Luke 21:24.
Yesterday, I told you about the original inspiration for this website. I was brutally awakened by the threat that Iran poses to the rest of the world, and that awakening led me to uncover even greater evils that threaten our existence. It just goes to show what a simple phone call can do to your life.
However, I was unable to go over some of my research into the events of the past week. I want to do that here. Iran, Russia, Greece and Israel figure largely in that research. And, I want to take a few minutes of your time and share it with you.
I want to pack in a few more cheeseburgers before a financial Armageddon descends upon us, so I was relieved when Greece surrendered to Europe and when China put a draconian halt to financial losses in the Chinese stock market. I feel sorry for the Greeks and the Chinese, but I like my cheeseburgers.
Unfortunately, something happened this week that has dampened my appetite and catastrophically reorganized a region that I like to call home:
The Middle East
Obama’s surrender to Iran has unleashed the dogs of war. This geopolitical earthquake will change the face of the Middle East forever. And, it has brought us a huge leap closer to Ezekiel’s Fire.
Chinese stock markets and inevitable defaults in Greece, Puerto Rico and Ukraine. Deadly drought in California and Central America. The death of the Pacific Ocean. The rise of ISIS. Empty Iranian promises. The explosion of hatred and ignorance. The arrival of Jade Helm 15.
All of that swept across my desk this week. In fact, the only bright spot was Russia – and THAT sent a shiver through me, because the coming of Gog and Magog lies just over the horizon.
Never – in over four thousand years – have we seen so many threats, all at once. And, the Bible tells us that there is worse to come.
Europe teeters on the brink of collapse. The evidence of economic disintegration continues to roll in. America beats the drums of war. The Chinese stock market may crash on Monday. Evil rises across the world.
And, a lovely woman died on Thursday.
She was a sister in Christ and held the Lord close, until her last breath. She was my wife’s aunt, and the one that I admired the most. I was in the other room when she went to be with the Lord. And, it gave me an opportunity to reflect on the life we live, and the death we choose.