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… Only a fool would disregard prophecy which reads like tomorrows newspapers.
Moses wrote the first five books of the Bible, which comprise the Pentateuch, The Tanakh, the study of Torah, the study most Orthodox Jews cling to. This was roughly 1,400 years before the lifetime of Jesus Christ. The major and minor prophets, which are filled with so much prophecy, were written between 400 and 800 years before Christ. The Apostle
John wrote his Gospel, his epistles and the book of Revelation in the final decade of the first century, and authorship of the Bible was completed by a.d. 100.
The Holy Roman Empire was discussed in the Bible long before it even existed—in some instances, more than a thousand years prior to it coming on the scene. This surely proves the existence of a higher power, a divine architect, a supreme being capable of intervening in human affairs and shaping world history.
The Holy Roman Empire is indeed fulfilled prophecy. It stands as dramatic, tangible, undeniable proof of God’s existence. The prophecy of the Holy Roman Empire has been proven accurate. Logically, other Biblical prophecies and truths must also be accurate.
The Bible proves to be an accurate encoded predictor of world events affecting life, business and world economics. Any Wall Street Maven would want to see into the financial future. He can with an understanding of Prophecy, but few, perhaps ALL of the big names know nothing about what it reveals.
They use their charts and history of the markets to spot trends and predict what they think will happen. More actually they predict how other gamblers will gamble again.
A fellow like economist Harry Dent looks at demographic trends, and population changes, and then tells you what people will buy, where they will move their money and based upon this, tells us what he thinks must happened. But, can Mr. Dent tell us Who will rise to great power and launch a 3rd World War? What will become of world economics after such an event? What will happen to oil producing nations or Asian nations as they align with what events God says must happen. No, Mr. Dent does not do that, and this is why his trends will eventually become a series of we didn’t expect that sort of statements.
I predict that soon YOU will know better than many expensive economists, what must happen and the most important decisions of your life will be in your hands, not in the hands of some New York or London funds manager.
Holy Roman Empire Prophesied
The Holy Roman Empire is spoken of in multiple prophecies in both the Old and New Testaments. This book will explore many of these prophecies.
We will begin with a review of one specific chapter now.
Written more than 400 years before the Holy Roman Empire came into existence, this chapter gives a detailed, thorough explanation of this empire’s nature and motives, its leadership, and its accomplishments.
The book of Revelation is about “things which shall be hereafter,” or events that would occur after Apostle John’s time. He died at age 93/94 approximately 100 AD. (Revelation 1:19).
Revelation contains prophecy of end-time events. Revelation 17 was written by the Apostle John around a.d. 90. The specific purpose of this pivotal chapter, as verse 1 plainly states, is to describe the “judgment of the great whore that sitteth upon many waters.”
What could that mean? Already you are likely a bit confused. Fear not, it will come to your understanding in due course.
This “great whore” symbolizes a specific institution. In this chapter, God gives John a vision, beginning in verse 3, in which He gives the apostle
insight into the character and conduct of this institution, and a look at its final judgment and its end.
John’s vision contains three primary characters. The first two are revealed in verse 3: “So he carried me away in the spirit into the wilderness: and I saw a woman sit (sitting) upon a scarlet colored beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns.” The third is revealed
in verse 6: “And I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus:
So, the beast speak evil and disrespectful insults toward God. And as you see it has these mysterious heads and horns, and is responsible for the mass murders of those who loved God and His Ways.
The first character of Revelation 17 is the “whore” or “woman,” which in biblical language represents a religion, or church (e.g. Ephesians 5; 2 Corinthians 11:2).
The second is the beast that has seven heads and 10 horns.
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