First, here is my illustration of what is going on at the U.S.-Mexico border:
I own my house and property, and my name is the only name on the deed.
I receive a call from someone in a foreign country that I don’t know and have never met.
The caller could need help, but I don’t know the caller; so he could also be a murderer, drug dealer, child trafficker, terrorist, have dangerous diseases or whatever.
The caller informs me that he and many other foreigners are coming to my house, and they expect me to let them in when they get there or they will break in.
I believe unknown foreigners forcefully entering my house without my permission is illegal and dangerous, but the caller says the UN has made the others and him global citizens and they have a right to go anywhere they want to go in the world.
Pres. Trump said this is not right, and he promised to stop the unknown caller and his foreign friends before they forcefully enter my house.
They say they have global human rights (world government rights) that are greater than Pres. Trump’s authority as Pres. of the U.S. and that he will have to give in.
On Nov. 1, 2018, some of the foreigners, who are not even in the U.S., filed a federal lawsuit to prevent me from keeping them out of my house.
On Nov. 2, 2018, former Pres. Obama mocked Pres. Trump for using U.S. troops to stop the foreigners and called Pres. Trump’s attempts to help me secure my house a political stunt.
This is the point: Our rights as homeowners should take precedent over the rights of people that illegally come from another nation.
Second: on Oct. 30, 2018, a friend e-mailed me an article about recent developments at Babylon.
It contains pictures of Babylon’s wall being repaired in 2012, mortar being replaced between bricks in the wall in 2013, the Lion Statue outside the wall being repaired in 2015, and sandbags being placed to prevent erosion near the wall in 2016.
Between 2009 and 2016, a Site Management Plan was completed, the site boundaries were determined, areas were identified for future excavations, areas were identified for economic enterprises, and plans were made to accommodate tourists.
In 2016, work was done to improve drainage around the Temple of Marduk; and in 2017, a weather station was established to monitor the weather and drainage conditions at the site.
In 2017, the UN was asked to designate Babylon as a World Heritage Site, and documents and work are ongoing to meet the UN requirements.
In 2017 and 2018, some low areas were filled, raised and sloped to improve drainage (because the bricks were made from mud, and standing water damages them.
Third: on Sept. 7, 2017, an 8.2 earthquake in Mexico caused a 37-mile long crack in a tectonic plate.
A scientific study found that the crack is much deeper than expected; it damaged other earthquake faults, and the tectonic plates are more brittle than thought.
Scientists were surprised by this, and they can only say that this information contradicts their computer models and they need to rethink their views on earthquakes.
Because Jesus revealed that earthquakes will increase in frequency and intensity at the end of the age, it shouldn’t surprise anyone that a very strong earthquake has happened that doesn’t fit current thinking.
Fourth: on Nov. 1, 2018, it was reported that Pres. Trump’s peace proposal is making unexpected progress behind the scenes in the Middle East.
Fifth: in Oct. 2018, atheists rented a billboard in Kansas calling for “Godless Government Now.”
Sixth: on Oct. 31, 2018, Russia warned Israel to refrain from provocative actions on Syrian territory.
This was at least the second time Russia has warned Israel, and it is a reminder that God told Russia to guard her allies in the Battle of Gog and Magog (Ezek. 36:7).
Seventh: I saw a clip on TV of Bernie Sanders saying healthcare is a human right.
It is an old story, but some prophecy teachers have long believed that if government can get control of healthcare, they will use that control to force people to take the Mark of the Beast during the Tribulation Period.
Finally, the election is over. God raises up leaders and He brings down leaders.
Our leaders don’t just impact this nation; our leaders impact the whole world.
God is all-powerful.
He has a reason for everything He does.
Good comes from everything He does, and He doesn’t make mistakes.
Rejoice, and pray for all of those in office.
Prophecy Plus Ministries, Inc.
Daymond & Rachel Duck