Obvious :: By Daymond Duck

We now have:

  • A UN goal of world government by 2030 (UN Agenda 2030).
  • A UN goal of world religion by 2030 (Unify all religions by 2030; a planetary uniting of Religions for Peace).

The Bible teaches that world government and world religion (the Antichrist and False Prophet) will be on earth at the same time.

Multitudes know that no one knows the day or the hour of our Lord’s return, but Christians can see the day approaching.

It is obvious that Someone that Jews call YHWH and Christians call Jehovah or God has revealed signs of the end of the age, and it is rapidly approaching.

First, in late Aug. 2019, approximately 1,000 people assembled in Germany to promote a UN-approved one-world religion by 2030.

It is obvious that the god of these religious groups is not the God of the Bible, and their so-called “Masterplan for Humanity” is not Biblical or Christian.

What they are proposing for the “Common good” of the world could very well turn into Mystery Babylon the Great, the Mother of Harlots and abominations of the earth (Rev. 17).

It seems obvious that we now have a UN goal of world government by 2030 (UN Agenda 2030); a UN goal of world religion by 2030 (Unify all religions by 2030; A planetary uniting of Religions for Peace); and a Bible that teaches that world government and world religion (the Antichrist and False Prophet) will be on earth at the same time.

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Second, in 2004, the Democrat Party Platform referenced God several times; in 2008, one time; and in 2012, none.

Even worse, God has not only gone from several mentions to no mentions in eight years; He was also booed during the 2012 Democrat Party Platform hearings (by contrast, the 2012 Republican Party Platform mentioned God 12 times).

In late Aug. 2019, the Democrats passed a resolution calling themselves the party of the religiously unaffiliated, which means religious voters are being pushed out of the party along with all mentions of God.

Some party leaders have actually called religious voters deplorables, bigots, hypocrites, etc.

To be anti-God is to be antichrist because Jesus is God.

The Bible says, “He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son” (I Jn. 2:22).

The government of Antichrist will be anti-God because the Antichrist will say that he is God.

Third, the Mark of the Beast will be a mark in a person’s right hand or forehead.

Several months ago, the large Internet retailer, Amazon, bought Whole Foods.

Amazon is now testing hand scanners that can identify people for store purchases, and they hope to have their hand scanners in place at their Whole Foods stores by the beginning of 2020 (Rev. 13:16).

It is obvious that incredible technology for the Mark of the Beast is developing.

Fourth, an astute reader sent me an e-mail about her word study on Jesus’ prophecy of “famines, pestilences, and earthquakes in divers places” (Matt. 24:7).

The Greek word that is translated earthquakes is seismos (it is the origin of the word seismology).

There is a Bible story about Jesus sleeping in a boat when a great tempest (great seismos or storm) arose that scared the disciples (Matt. 8:23-27).

Jesus spoke and calmed the sea, and the disciples wondered what kind of man can calm the wind and the sea.

The lady that e-mailed me was pointing out that the Greek word seismos can refer to hurricanes (like Hurricane Dorian) and cyclones as well as earthquakes.

One must ask, in this day of climate-change fanaticism, should Christians believe that Jesus can control the wind and seas?

It is obvious to those that believe the Bible that He can.

Fifth, in May of this year, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Florida Emergency Management Director Jared Moskowitz visited Israel.

Fox News reported that they went to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem where they wrote a prayer on a piece of paper and inserted it in a crack in the Wailing Wall.

The prayer of both men was that Florida would not be hit by a hurricane this year.

Breaking Israel News reported this story while Hurricane Dorian (a seismos) was pounding the Bahamas and people were unsure about the path it would take.

Nevertheless, the storm slowly moved toward Florida, weakened, and veered north off the coast of Florida.

Some of the outer bands came ashore, but the eye didn’t hit Florida.

Knowing that Jesus can control the wind and the seas, and that He answers prayer, I intend to watch Florida the rest of this year.

Sixth, the situation in the Middle East continues to be a powder keg.

  • Israel has deployed more weapons and troops near her borders with Lebanon and Syria;
  • Iran is constructing more bases in Lebanon, Syria and Iraq;
  • Iran has started up advanced centrifuges to increase the enrichment of uranium;
  • Israel is evaluating a military attack on Iran;
  • the U.S. has warned Lebanon to immediately destroy an Iranian base in Lebanon or the U.S. will support an Israeli attack;
  • Israel has received verbal support from Bahrain, the UAE and Saudi Arabia over its struggle with Hezbollah and Iran;
  • and Prime Min. Netanyahu said, “This sounds like the Messianic Times” (the times just prior to the coming of Messiah).

Where we are on God’s prophetic timeclock is obvious to those that want to know.

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Daymond & Rachel Duck