Thursday, July 30, 2009

How Specific Was That Prophecy?

This is simply too intriguing to pass up:


My initial thought, as I've blogged about before, is that Barack Obama is most certainly NOT the anti-Christ. There are many reasons for that which I will not rehash again.
I confess I find it highly coincidental that these verses would reveal the precise name of any person living 2,000 years in the future; to me, that gyration smacks of the kind of contortions that numerologists go through to 'prove' anything they want to prove.

However, you all know that I do believe in the concept of the Rapture proceeding the 'end times' of the Earth, and that a disturbingly and increasingly high number of Biblical signs are pointing to those events happening sooner rather than later. This video should cause us to stop and think about those signs. Things like Israel being established as a nation, a Russian-Iranian alliance forming for the first time in world history, miraculous conversions of Muslims to Christianity happening on a mass scale (no, you don’t hear about this in the media, but it’s happening on the ground by the thousands), Israel being increasingly isolated (another commenter pointed out that the entire Obama administration is very anti-Israel, and a definite coldness has fallen between the U.S. and our long-time ally), rising anti-Semitism all over the world, Israel discovering a huge new source of oil and natural gas that will likely propel it to incredible new wealth, and many more.

This particular video may be a little wacked out, but I would encourage any proper skeptic to look at the evidence before shrugging the general concept off as religious nonsense.

Check out Joel Rosenberg's Epicenter or Dr. David Jeremiah's What in the World is Going On? for some answers.

There's my two cents.

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