"Where There Is No Vision The People Perish," Proverbs 29:18
THE COMING OF JESUS CHRIST
In the Bible both the Old and New Testament contain prophecy. Some of them were literally fulfilled in 70 A. D. when
Titus and the Roman legions captured Jerusalem. Josephus, the Hebrew historian, described the taking of the city in
some detail in his Wars of the Jews, Books V and VI. After A.D. 70, Jerusalem was trodden down of the Gentiles
Some think the recent occupation of Palestine by certain groups of Jews and their control of Jerusalem marks the end of
the Gentile control and the fulfillment of this prophetic word. However, if what we read from Jewish authors like Arthur
Koestler’s in his book “The Thirteenth Tribe,” and from Benjamin Freedman's book "Facts are Facts" are true that more
than majority of those occupying and governing Jerusalem today are originally Khazarian Gentiles, then Jerusalem is still
being trodden down of the Gentiles in our day.
These authors seemed to have shade some light to what the Lord said to tell all non-Hebrews including the Jews in Israel
today, that "the stranger who has joined himself or herself unto Israel and obey My Word, and live before Me in holiness
shall be to Me as one born unto Jacob" (Exodus 12:48, 49).
Until the period of Gentile triumph ends in God’s good time, Jerusalem was to be trodden down by the Gentiles for
this period of time. This implies that an end will come when Jerusalem will be restored to the Abrahamic Hebrews.
Others believe this prophecy remains to be fulfilled at the end of the age.
Those who hold the later view usually tie the words of Daniel, and Jesus to those of Paul in 2 Thess. 2:8-12, in which he
speaks about the man of sin. Paul definitely relates it to the second coming of Jesus. However, Other prophecies await
fulfillment. The Book of Revelation contains much prophecy, which yet remains to be fulfilled.
The Door Signs by Jesus Christ
In this passage Jesus’ disciples asked him two questions:
(1) When shall these things be? i.e., the destruction of the temple buildings;
(2) What shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?
Jesus replied by saying: “Take heed that no man deceive you.“ In other words, do not let anyone tell you otherwise on
what I am about to tell you. You are responsible for your learning, be prudent and be certain to search every spirit if it is
of God. For many shall come in my name, saying I am Christ, I am a minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ or that Jesus
sent them, but most of these will be self appointed and they will misrepresent my Word. Many would take advantage of
your love for me and for the things of God and will try to mislead you. And through covetousness shall they with feigned
words make merchandise of you (2Pet. 2:3). You must therefore, strive to search out and learn my true Word and keep
You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, and nations shall rise against each other: but I tell you these things now
so you know what is to come. Some of these upheavals will come as a result of God’s judgment of the sins of nations.
As nations shall be used to judge the sins of other nations.
There will be a renewed wave of planned persecutions against the believers in all nations, but this will be the beginning
of the evil that shall come upon the people of the earth. Be careful that you do not become one of those who would be
offended during this period of persecution, thinking, why is God allowing these things to happen, and then fall into the
temptation of rejecting your salvation in Jesus Christ.
"And many false prophets shall rise, and shall deceive many.” One of the door signs is the emergence of the prophets of
the Antichrist in our time. Some of these false prophets will come in several different forms: some as university
professors, deceiving priests and Popes, Muhammadans, Krishnars, false preachers, pastors, evangelists, Imams, Sheiks;
psychiatrists, psychologists, medical doctors, you are all gods speakers at seminars, speakers on mysteries of the ancient
religions and Self-Esteem Project/Quest. By hordes of so-called shamans, gurus, channelers, high priests, clairvoyants,
magicians, yogis, wizards, witches, necromancers, dream-interpreters, transcendentalists, spiritualists, diviners, and a
variety of other dolts, all frantically waving wands, rods and pointed fingers; chanting mantras, developing chakras,
kundalini, burning candles and incense, drawing holy circles, squares and triangles; selling talismans and charms,
veneration of the dead, astral traveling, reading fortunes from greasy Tarot cards and plastic runes; mouthing
incantations, achieving cosmic awareness, reaching ecstasy through tantra, gaining power, claiming healing by means of
crystals; theorizing on the Cabala, practicing Norse magic, Celtic magic, Enochian magic, Teutonic magic, ceremonial magic,
temple magic and herb magic.
These false prophets will be instrumental in deceiving and drafting in the masses into the several Luciferian brotherhood
organizations that are already in place, by means of false teachings, miracles and signs, teaching slaying in the spirit,
system change and controls; through business connections, careers, opportunities and associations; the infiltration of
associations, religious organizations and educational institutions. However, believers who will endure, those who would
hold their grounds until relieved; until the day of their rapture will be redeemed. Click here to view the antichrist network.
"And because iniquity and abomination shall abound the love of many shall wax cold." The falling away from the faith by
so many believers, probably in attempting to save their material lives, and some in pursuit of material things as iniquity
abounds. The love of many who call me Lord today, will grow cold during the end times and during the great persecution.
But all, at one time, had love and were hot in their affection for the things of God. No one can become cold who has not
first been hot, and no one can lose love who has not first had it. This is a serious warning to believers as the end of the
age approaches (Matt. 24:12,13).
Finally, the Lord relates his coming to the preaching of the gospel to all the world. So long as Jesus tarries, the Great
Commission has not been fully carried out. The call to the Church to preach the Good News of Jesus Christ to all the world
cannot be more clearer in this passage.
“This generation shall not pass till all these things be fulfilled.” (Matt. 24:34). In the sense that Jerusalem was destroyed
in A. D. 70, Christ’s contemporaries did live to the fulfillment of that prophecy 40 years later. However, in the later days
the generation refers to those living at the time of the beginning of the signs characterizing the end times—they will live
to see the fulfillment of the remaining prophecies.
This illustration teaches believers that they must be watchful and ready for the coming of the Lord Jesus. The foolish
virgins were careless, assuming they had plenty of time to get ready when the event approached.
Scripture reading: Matthew 24: 1-51; Luke 21:1-38; Mark 13: 3-37; II Peter 2:3.
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