Sunday, October 05, 2008

There is Something Eerily Disconcerting about all of This

The Bible predicts a unified world monetary system at the time when Jesus' return is imminent. If the signs on where everything is going are not enough to waken up all who believe and look for His return, maybe nothing ever will. Things could not be more perfectly in line with what is foretold in the Bible and that alone is enough to convince me that it is indeed the word of God. I know that a lot more has to happen before we can be sure, but these things keep happening and I see no way to deny it is not clearly spelled out for the whole world.

A lot of other predictions seem as if they could begin to have a possibility of fulfillment in the recent future. Right here in the US we are ready to elect a man no one knows much about, to the Presidency. A man with no visible record and suspect associations, a carefully crafted image that will not stand up to scrutiny and yet gets none. Barack Obama probably isn't the one who the Bible says will unify the world into a consolidated Government, but he shows me that people can be easily manipulated to support a candidate fully, when they have no idea who he really is. Once somebody masquerades as President of the United States and the rest of the world is on board, look out!

Russia's resurgence and Israels continued battle to stay alive surrounded by foes are right there in the revelation. I have been paying attention for years, but it always seems like the more that is fulfilled, the more that I become aware of that is close to fulfillment. And there are a lot of big things also, that must be coming. What a time to be alive, I am excited and fearful all at the same time. I hope to live life to the fullest and enjoy some simple pleasures. I pray that the Lord's will be done and may he have mercy on US all.

1 comment:

gregcalac said...


The Republican party has only itself to blame if Obama is elected President instead of John McCain. The truly conservative among the bunch is so disillusioned with what they've said and what they've done, that nearly anything is possible on Election Day. They might stay home in protest. They might vote for and Independent Candidate. We'll see, but I'm not too hopeful for McCain despite his addition of Palin as the V.P. candidate. But she is a torch that everyone wants to see.

Don't be too dismayed, though. Our world will go on with or without a McCain win. I remember how everyone predicted complete catastrophe if Clinton won in 92. It wasn't great, but we didn't fall off the face of the earth either. Thank Ross Perot, in part, for that nightmare. But we have no third party candidate to concern ourselves with this time around.

Still, we need our candidate to be as forthright as he can possibly be. Sarah Palin will be an asset with some of the undecided voters who have yet to sip the Democratic kool-aid, but she'll be hard pressed to convert some of those hard-core Hilary gals!

But, you're right about the fact that the press does nothing substantial to work the issues about which Obama is most vulnerable. They're giving him a "pass"!

So, I'll go to the polls on Election Day and cast my vote for the one man I can relate to; John McCain.

Viva Los Republicanos!