US Civil War II Supported In The Only Book Christ Recommended For End-Times–Daniel
WorldNetDaily’s Civil War II article cites hysterical comparison of Trump to the genocidal monster, Adolf Hitler. Hillary Clinton’s VP running mate, Tim Kaine, encourages anti-Trumpers to “fight in the streets,” while left-wing thugs smash storefronts and prevent political opponents from exercising their constitutional right to free speech, accusing law-abiding people they attack as “fascists.”
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Michael Goodwin said, “It’s not a temporarily insane reaction–It’s a calculated plan to wreck the presidency, whatever the cost to the country.” And what’s the cost? Some are seeing Civil War coming, but how about the Apocalypse?
When Christ was asked about the end of the world, He said to understand the book of Daniel. (Matthew 24) Daniel is an amazing book revealing the rise and fall of Medo-Persia, Grecia, Rome and the papacy–proven by history since Daniel’s time in Babylon!
Daniel 7 shows represents empires as beasts of prey–a lion, bear, leopard, dragon and little horn that grew out of the dragon, like the papacy grew out of the Roman Empire when it fell. The first three beasts were Babylon, Medo-Persia and Grecia—Grecia was named in Daniel 8, where Alexander the Great is represented by the great horn of the goat, hundreds of years before he conquered the Medes and Persians, also named in verse 20.
God says, Who is like Me, declaring the end from the beginning? We look now at support for Civil War2. Daniel 8 fits history so well that most readers overlook Gabriel telling Daniel that the vision is “at the time of the end,” verse 17.
Have we ever heard that “history repeats”? In this case, the Medes and Persians are now Iraq and Iran—the two horns on a militant [Muslim] ram that’s “pushing west (to Europe and America), north into Russia and south” into Africa before it’s stomped by the goat, breaking its [militant] horns, but then the great horn (Trump?) breaks.
In Daniel 4, the great tree represented the proud king that was cut down. This writer heard a seminar weeks before the election suggesting the tree represented Trump because of Daniel’s end-time applications, Matthew 24:3,15.
In Daniel 5, the Medes and Persians conquer without a battle by entering the river gate left open as our borders have been. It’s the open borders that let the king of the north “overflow” the king of the south (US) in Daniel 11:40. The
Bible defines the king of the north as the king of Babylon in Ezekiel 26:7, but in the time of the end, Babylon is no longer a city in Iraq, it’s the papacy, shown by numerous clues in Revelation 17:1-5.
Returning to the opening paragraph, the Tim Kaine is encouraging anti—Trumpers to “fight in the streets.” Have we forgotten he was Jesuit-trained? It’s a week after a Catholic bishop appealed to all Catholics to become “disrupters” (in harmony with Vatican wishes.)
This is nothing new. The first Civil War was strategized by Jesuits with the intent of splitting this country and the pope was the only foreign entity to acknowledge the “illustrious Jefferson Davis” as President of the Confederate States. Davis had strong Catholic ties, http://romanchristendom.blogspot.com/2007/11/tales-from-old-south-jefferson-davis.html
Better than a novel, we can skip to the back of the Bible to see how it ends; we’re encouraged to do so with a blessing for those read and understand. Early Americans understood the papacy as represented by the first beast in Revelation 13 as it survived and assimilated the cultures of the previous beasts in Daniel 7—lion, bear, leopard and dragon are all represented by the amalgamated beast that had a deadly wound (Protestant Reformation and capture by Napoleon) but the deadly wound healed (hardly a protest over the pope’s visit to Congress and UN in spite of the papacy signing a concordat with Hitler to make the world Catholic if he won WWII.)
But the glories of a New World Order (Novus Ordo Seclorum on the $1 bill pyramid) will only last 3½ years Revelation 13:5, and Babylon’s fall is accompanied by a call to come out that one partakes not of her sins and receives not of her plagues. Rev 18:2-4. This opinion is while there is still free speech.