I am so bad at prognostication, that I won’t really try to tell you what WILL happen. The best that I can do is describe the threats. These threats have been looming larger and larger with each passing year. And, some of them are new.
Please treat these seriously.
My hope is that we will have another year where we successfully dodge the bullets being fired at us. But, there is a limit to how often we can do that.
Donald Trump just did the one thing that I did not expect him to do:
Recognize Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel
He promised to do that during his campaign, and he delivered on that promise. And, I’m not used to American Presidents doing that – especially, when it comes to Jerusalem.
The side-effect of this event, will be a heating up of conflict in the Middle East and an acceleration of The Last Days. I believe that this is a very big deal, and I suspect that you will agree, when you see the evidence that I see.
I hope that it’s clear to you that time is ticking away towards disaster, and not just any disaster. It will be the biggest disaster in the history of world, rivaled only by Noah’s Flood. It will sweep the world and leave billions dead. Those who survive the initial devastation will face a brutal struggle for existence without the necessary skills to survive.
In the midst of this cataclysm, a man will step forward who will provide a solution. He will eventually claim to be god, but we will know him as the Antichrist. He will rebuild civilization in his own diabolical image, and this New World Order will seek to kill and destroy all who name the name of Christ.
With our focus on the fulfillment of Isaiah 17 on Friday, the next natural step is to look at Isaiah 19. The prophecy described in Isaiah 17 focused on Syria, and progress on this prophecy is visible and moving closer and closer to complete fulfillment. But, for a long time, it was a lot harder to see how Isaiah 19 could be fulfilled because it would require something completely extraordinary – the Nile River drying up.
Seriously, how is it possible that the Nile could dry up?