A totally new look at the prophecy of the Old Testament, without all the religious dogma and self-righeous beliefs of the current regimes.
Do you know what the prophets told us about the end of the world, or why they told us about it? They actually didn’t tell us about the “end of the world,” or even the “end of the world as we know it.” The world will change, just like they said it would, and those who know what to expect are going to be the ones who inherit a new generation of humanity. The prophets didn’t mention anything about a miraculous being that would save everyone who believed in miraculous beings. What they told us includes a leader of humanity, anointed by God. But he’s not going to whisk anyone away to the safety of Heaven during the destructive events. Instead, he’s going to suffer at the hands of humanity for being who he is, and then lead the way for those who want to survive.
Of course you knew that the world would be destroyed by fire. Everyone who was raised in a religious home knows that. But do you know what will cause that fire? Did you know that the prophets told us that pollution would be the cause? Can you think of any kind of pollutant that could cause the earth to burn? Could “global warming” be what the prophets were warning us about?
This book is about prophecy of the Old Testament. It includes the primary prophecies and how they are relevant today, even though they were written thousands of years ago and most are thought to have been fulfilled previously. Also included is the reasoning behind the birth of the religions we have today, and how they were predicted by the prophets. This book is not a religious book, because no particular religious beliefs are followed as many misunderstandings that have been made by various religions of our world are untangled.
A major part of the Biblical “End of Days” prophecy is about a war. A terrible war is described in which a major world power is defeated, and the powerful nation is destroyed. We are told by the prophets that the war would be fought over Jerusalem, and that there would be several nations involved. We are also given specific events that will allow us to define when this war would occur. Another important element is also provided by the prophets. The primary leaders in the war are described in enough detail to allow us to determine who they are.
As terrible as the war is, it’s not really the most important aspect of the “End of Days” prophecy. Instead, it is a precursor to events that our scientific community is only beginning to understand. It’s as though the prophets were describing, and in a way, creating it, so that people would know when to prepare for the most horrific events Mother Nature has to offer. If science alone could predict what was going to happen, and when the events would happen, the prophecies wouldn’t have been necessary. So we can deduce that scientific knowledge alone will not sufficiently prepare humanity for survival of the events described by the prophets.
The “End of Days” prophecies have created quite a lot of religious groups, all of which believe their selves to be the future victors of the “Last War,” and survivors of the cataclysmic events which follow the war. We know one thing for certain; they can’t all be the victor. It might even turn out that none are the “Chosen Ones.” In fact, it’s very likely that none of the religions created by the prophecies will end up claiming victory over the others. They all have one little problem. Their original leaders have all come and gone, without fulfilling the prophecies. Some of the religions claim that their leader is going to return, and others believe that he left them in charge of the rest of the world; or both.
Three of those religions are now engaged in a struggle for the control of Jerusalem, and all three appear to be oblivious to the notion that they might just be engaged in the “Last War.” Either that or they all think that they will win and be the rulers of the world. It’s hard to tell which the real answer is because there are so many things to consider. No one wants to be the loser in the “Last War,” or any war for that matter, but especially that one because the losers have to watch their nations crumble. Yet, if this is the “Last War,” and we consider the prophecy of Ezekiel, we can easily see that we are going to be the loser in our quest to support the takeover of Jerusalem by the Zionist Movement.