I had always thought the U.S. would stand with Israel.. The Bible speaks of the return of Israel signaling the generation seeing prophecy fulfilled.. I do see the signs, I feel the wind beginning to pick up.. I see generations lost in a sea of “relativity” and am at once fearful, saddened, and hopeful..
But of all the signs and Portents I perceive, the hardest one I must come to terms with is the U.S. will not be there to stand with Israel..
Because the U.S. will be no more.
I suppose it must be this way, if the One World Government is to become reality..
Soros had it right.. The U.S. is/was the greatest threat to the world.. With it out of the way, Soros and his ilk can continue with their plans.
Still.. The suffering that will come about is heartbreaking.
There is strong biblical scholarship pointing to the U S as the empire of the False Prophet. And New York City being the harlot city destroyed in one hour by the people of the anti-Christ. Only one way I can think of to destroy a great city in one hour.
scook84......Be careful about declaring that "the Bible speaks of the return of Israel......." For generations, people speculated on God's relationship to Israel in the last days. Cromwell thought it meant they would all settle in England, hear the Gospel, be converted, and then Jesus would return. The view you espouse did not become popular until suddenly Israel became a nation again. And then people thought the start of the "last week of Daniel" would start immediately in 1948 ....or no wait, it would be 1981 when the Rapture occurred.....no, 2000. Too much time spent on this subject. Jesus said what in Acts 1:7? Jesus said his return would be at an hour when no one expects in Matthew 24. Leave it at that and live your life as God wants.
The Bible has been pretty clear.
1. Israel would return
2. It would signal the last generation
3. The rise of One World Government
4. The joining of the Church with the State
5. The alliance between Russia and Iran, as well as China
6. The world turning against Israel..
Yes.. I know others have given "prophecy" but unless the above has taken place, their words are irrelevant.
No one knows when He will come.. But the pieces of the puzzle are beginning to take shape.
God will not abandon Israel.. For he has made a covenant with the descendants of Abraham.
And though they may be "stiff-necked", He will not abandon his people.
Scook... actually the bible is pretty clear... but not on any of the things you listed.
 October 1, 2015 at 12:03pm
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