The New World Order in Bible Prophecy :: By Jan Markell

Hidden in Plain View: The New World Order in Bible Prophecy

John Lennon would be proud. His one-world system that he imagined in 1971 is rushing into existence. It’s hiding in plain view. Its goals and leaders are not even subtle. They are pushing back against God’s plan for the ages and His globalist endeavor called the Millennium.

The Globalist Set-Back

The global agenda had a curve ball thrown at them on November 8, 2016. They were convinced the arch-globalist Hillary Clinton would win the election. It was a no brainer. But God had other ideas and the globalists had a serious set-back. Donald J. Trump is not one of them.

This summer I made two new DVDs, one of them titled “Hidden in Plain View: The New World Order in Bible Prophecy.” These guys are so proud of themselves that they actually are NOT hiding. They are shameless in their plan to unite the world as one: Single ruler, currency, and more.

Isn’t This Conspiratorial Nonsense?

So the idea of a “new world order” isn’t just conspiracy nonsense. In fact, It really exists. But is it a dark cabal of people who are scheming in smoke-filled rooms? Perhaps. One thing is certain: They do not know they are preparing the way for Antichrist’s kingdom. And they do not know they are pushing back against God’s earthly empire known as the Millennium.

This effort goes back to Babylon. Nimrod was the first globalist. They’ve been at it 5,000 years or more.

The Bible Foretells This

Revelation 13 talks about global government. There it states that the Antichrist will have control over every language, and tribe and nation (verses 6-8). Chief globalist David Rockefeller, now deceased, kept talking about the fact that a crisis will be needed in this system, which will likely be Marxism. The crisis will not be a war or financial collapse. It will be the Rapture.

This DVD talks about the many organizations that have been formed with the intent of creating a one-world system. There are dozens so only some of the more prominent can be featured. It is as though secular mankind is obsessed with this idea.

A few of these include the Knights Templar, the Illuminati, the Freemasons, the Bilderbergers, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, the League of Nations, the United Nations, the Club of Rome, the environmental movement, and the European Union. And don’t forget the Vatican. They are the ultimate globalists.
Who Are the Major Players?

Some of the major players include David Rockefeller, Mikhail Gorbachev, Henry Kissinger, George Soros, Barack Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Paul Ryan, George H.W. Bush, French President Emmanuel Macron, and hundreds more. Pope Francis has been called “the Vicar of the New World Order.”

Isn’t This a Blessing in Disguise?

Is the idea really all that bad? Won’t it end poverty, injustice, war, hostility, corruption, competition, and pollution? Won’t this usher in nirvana? Not if the root is Socialism or Marxism. It likely would have to be enforced at the barrel of a gun unless the Antichrist has so much charm that the world goes willingly to the slaughter. They may.

So Many Antichrists

There are many antichrists out there today and there have been many throughout history! These antichrists attack anything about Jesus Christ: His message, His person, His character. But the real deal is coming and he will blaspheme God (Revelation 13:6). He will demand that he be worshiped (II Thessalonians 2). He will be lawless (Revelation 17). He will abuse his miraculous powers (2 Thessalonians 2:9-12).

He will be the last dictator after centuries of ruthless leaders. No one, not even Hitler, will be able to compare to the Antichrist. He will control the economy (Revelation 13:16-17). He will be a destroyer who will come against Israel and try to wipe her out after first pretending to be their friend. He breaks one treaty after another. His power comes from Satan.

The Resisters

Other than Donald Trump, two more prominent players tried to seriously push back the globalists. President John F. Kennedy did not care for them nor their agenda. Rep. Larry McDonald (D-GA) was trying to expose them and his plane was blown out of the sky in 1983. McDonald just called them all evil. He said that David Rockefeller had “incredibly evil intent.”

This globalist agenda is hiding in plain view. You are literally watching it every day. Your favorite politician may be advancing it be they Democrat, Republican, or Independent.

The Ultimate Goal of the One-Worlders

Their real goal is to subvert and destroy God’s Millennial Kingdom during which time Satan is bound! The globalist plan is a counterfeit kingdom. God laughs at them! (Psalm 2) That doesn’t mean they don’t have some temporary power. Satan is driven to near madness when he ponders that God’s Kingdom will reign forever and forever! (Revelation 11:15)

The Church Must Disappear

The counterfeit kingdom cannot blossom until the Church is removed in the Rapture. But we’re watching it gear up as though it could manifest tomorrow. And maybe it will.

Conclusion

Gary Kah, well-known globalist watcher for thirty years, writes in his print summer newsletter (shortened here due to space limitations): “Most of Washington’s bureaucrats and opposition leaders are people of depraved minds, no longer knowing right from wrong. They’ve become conduits for evil and are defiant toward the Lord God.”

Gary continues, “As much as we dislike their wicked agenda and see them as enemies, we must genuinely pray for their salvation. We should not wish eternal damnation on anyone, but should pray even for those who hate and persecute us, that they would be broken and come to Christ.

“Meanwhile, Christians must use this temporary reprieve from a Deep State regime to get their houses in order. Wise individuals see a storm coming and prepare for it. (Proverbs 22:3) God, in His mercy, is giving us more time — but we don’t know how much.”

I hope you will consider viewing this new DVD and think about showing it to some who are clueless about this end-time plan that will fully consume the world when the Church is gone. It is hidden in plain view as it manifests daily even in this Church Age. It just cannot take over the world at this time though the leaders never give up trying!

Things are not falling apart. They are falling into place.

Contentious Contending :: By Jan Markell

“Let no corrupt word proceed out of your mouth, but what is good for necessary edification, that it may impart grace to the hearers.” Ephesians 4:29 NKJV
 
I have watched as fellow Christians have torn into one another, slandered Christian brothers and sisters, tried to harm successful ministries, and behaved in such a manner that would result in the unbelieving world fleeing from them.
 
Added to this is a new contention online, particularly on social media. Disagreements over even minor issues often result in name-calling and denigrating one another. Whether the venue is YouTube, Facebook, or Twitter, the contentiousness is out of control.
 
I have watched mean-spiritedness coming from Christian “leaders” that might make the secular world blush. It is “friendly fire” that isn’t so friendly. And if I publicly chastised them and named their names, they would reply with even more vindictive blogs, radio programs, articles, commentaries, and YouTubes. They can dish out the chastisements but they cannot take an ounce of correction.
 
Yes, there is raging apostasy. The most frequent email to me is, “Can you recommend a church in you-fill-in-the-blank city?” Many churches have caved to the most unsound doctrine. True heresy needs to be called out with the naming names and citing the aberrant theology. 
 
But some in today’s discernment crowd hide in the bushes, waiting for a Christian leader to make a single misstep.They are then pounced on, labeled a hopeless heretic, and marginalized by others in that community. And if you associate with people they disagree with, feature them, quote them, or publicly show approval of them, you have lost all common sense, discernment, judgment, and more. You are an equal heretic in the guilt by association game.
My radio co-host, Eric Barger, wrote an excellent article titled “When Discernment Turns Ugly.” I’d like to quote a few lines.  
 
Eric writes, “Both Jan and I have become increasingly uncomfortable, even disturbed, with the tone and lack of civility being portrayed by some within the apologetics and discernment community of speakers, writers, and commentators. We’ve watched, listened, and have tried to intervene as assorted discernment ministries have fired shots at others inside Christianity over issues that fall miserably short of what has always been considered heresy.
 
“A troubling precedent has been spawned by some, lending validation to the idea that it’s perfectly acceptable to publicly rake anyone over the coals for nearly any theological reason.”
 
Eric continues, “Jan and I are not alone in our dismay with what is happening. Other leaders have voiced the same concern to us in recent days and mind you, the issue is not concerning any rejection of the virgin birth or the bodily resurrection of Christ. Nor is it related to the pseudo-Christian yet cultic Emergent heresy or the seducing web with which spiritual liberalism ensnares so many.”
 
Eric writes, “The type of ‘discernment’ that I’m referring to here doesn’t involve someone’s denial of the essential doctrines of the faith. Instead, what these squabbles really amount to are nothing more than disagreements on secondary doctrines, styles of worship, and peripheral practices.”
 
I am puzzled as to why this ministry has been the brunt of constant attack for years. I previously reported that Hank Hanegraaff, the Bible Answer Man, called Olive Tree Ministries a “blight on our times” and “reprehensible.” This and more was stated on his national radio program. He could have called me and said, “Jan, here’s where we disagree. Let’s talk about it.”  Instead Hank spent at least three minutes shredding my theology and character. At the root of the issue is his Preterism cannot tolerate Dispensationalism. 
 
Recently another ministry leader who has spent five years denigrating this ministry wrote and said his attitude had softened. He was glad for the areas where we agree. He acknowledged he had not acted Christ-like. He apologized for the damage done and stated that for the issues upon which we agree such as end-time events, he should not have been an adversary.  We are flawed human beings who will never see eye-to-eye on everything. I accepted his apology.
 
I think Olive Tree Ministries is doctrinally sound. I have sometimes featured guests on air or at conferences with whom I have some minor theological disagreements . I have felt that what they have to say is important enough that I will not let secondary issues stand in the way. I also know that these guests would never push their own agenda.
 
But I have begun to wonder if the contentious contenders expect a background check of everyone with whom one associates? And if so, has the standard been set so high that no imperfect human being can qualify? 
 
Do these folks think that they have no flaws, no theological weaknesses, and have attained a level of such perfection that they have become, in essence, a sheriff for the church? They must stamp their seal of approval on everyone?
 
Recently one online ministry attacked another and so denigrated the other with insults that it was embarrassing. The one who was verbally insulting the other via YouTube suggested the other lacked a proper education even though this particular pastor is loved by thousands. He is cutting-edge with an electronic audience consisting of tens of thousands.
 

He was then insulted as someone who needed more theological education in Greek and Hebrew. After an hour of insults, any sound believer would be heartsick and an unbeliever would flee from our camp observing that his unbelieving friends would be far more gracious to him should he make a mistake or have a disagreement.
 
Eric writes, “I think it’s needful for each Christian to be able to express positions or hold beliefs on the so-called secondary issues,   but is biblical apologetics about denigrating others and, in effect, besmirching entire ministries based on disagreements about side issues?   For some, this is what it’s become, and worse. The field of discernment has, at least in part, become a hotbed of separatism that seems to far exceed biblical standards.”
 
Eric continues, “From what is sometimes only one pen or keyboard, judgment is meted out against the suspected offender as newsletters are printed, blogs are published, seminars are given, and whole ministries and reputations are possibly done irreversible harm. 
 
“All this takes place no matter how flimsy the evidence presented may be, and often over non-essential theologies! This should disgust the Christian community and I fear for the next generation of apologists (and those they’ll likely influence) who are being schooled by this example.”
 
I think that God is saddened that elements in the apologetics’ world behave no better than the Pharisees of Jesus day. 
 
As flawed human beings, we make missteps and we certainly make mistakes. As each day dawns, I ask God for sound judgment for the many major decisions I will face that day. I don’t want to mislead anyone or introduce them to unsound doctrine. I likely am not batting 1,000.  In that teachers and leaders have a higher accountability, I would ask you to pray for all of us.
 
It’s one thing to contend for the faith which we must do (Jude 3). It’s another thing to denigrate character, engage in name calling, and make untrue accusations. A false teacher needs to be called out. Wolves are devouring millions of sheep.  
 
It’s only the contentious contending we are observing that is troubling.
 
 II Timothy 2:24-25:  
And the Lord’s servant must not be quarrelsome but kind to everyone, able to teach, patiently enduring evil, correcting his opponents with gentleness…..