HEADLINES VS PROPHECY AT EGYPTIAN SUMMIT
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Thursday, February 7, 2013
Headlines vs Prophecy at Egyptian Summit
The group think among Washington analysts and the Western news media is that Sunni and Shiite Muslims hate each other and their divide over whether Syria's dictator Bashar Assad should be removed is just the tip of a long bloody spear they hold against one another. Jesus Christ warned us to have discernment in these times and it is never more appropriate to have such now. One example is in Matthew 7:15-16 says, "Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. You shall know them by their fruits." The analysts and media are not really prophets, but they are oracles of current events and they haven't a clue of the true fruits of their subjects.
The Bible is a Middle East centered book when it comes to prophecy. Israel is at the epicenter. The events springing out from that area affect the entire world. Notwithstanding, all of us are impacted by the fulfilling of prophecy, layer by layer, until it is complete. Discerning the times we live in can best be done by knowing the Word of God. In Genesis, Daniel, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Joel, Zechariah, Thessalonians, Peter, 1, 2, and 3 John, Revelation, and several more we get a clear picture of the end times when studied in context. The clearest picture culminates in the Day of the Lord where all the nations come against Israel. The nations mentioned specifically are all Arab-Islamic nations.
The White House inspired and supported Arab Spring was to date the single most prophecy advancing event of this century. With America's full military and political support, the antichrist religion of Islam was spread in the name of democracy, replacing various forms of less radical Islamists with one strong form of radical Islam through the Muslim Brotherhood. In Egypt, Islamists of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) may disagree over Sunni or Shiite rule as evidenced by the debate on Syria. They do agree, however, on the destruction Israel and are using the face time they have at the conference to strengthen relationships and determine ways to destroy Israel under the guise of a "Palestinian State."
For example, Egypt's leader Mohamed Morsi is a strong public critic of Iran's support of Assad in Syria. But behind the scenes Morsi and Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad are forging a new relationship not seen since the two countries broke ties when radical Islamists took over Iran as a result of the actions of another Democratic American President, Jimmy Carter. For example, Iran's foreign minister announced that his country will cancel visa requirements for Egyptian tourists and merchants, and that relations between the two countries "were improving every day." We could very well be watching a prophetic type and shadow of Daniel's kingdom of partly iron and partly clay emerging as an end time force. Take heed that no man deceive you.
Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!