November 29, 2012

UN Support of Palestine and Biblical Prophecy

The 193-member U.N. General Assembly on Thursday overwhelmingly voted to approve a resolution to upgrade the Palestinian Authority's observer status at the United Nations from "entity" to "non-member state," implicitly recognizing a Palestinian state, Reuters reports.  How is this vote to be interpreted with regard to biblical prophecy?

According to the account, the vote was a landslide,  with 138 votes in favor, 41 abstentions and nine votes against the resolution. This act granting Palestinians the title of "non-member observer state" is not full U.N. membership, but allows them access to the International Criminal Court, the World Bank and other international bodies. "The ICC issue is what the Israelis are really worried about," a U.N. official said on condition of anonymity.

This move towards a Palestinian state could signify a move towards a unique Arab-Israeli coexistence in the Holy Land. According to biblical prophecy, the Jewish temple in Jerusalem is to be rebuilt and at some point occupied by the Antichrist, who eventually "sets himself up in God's temple" and desecrates it (II Thessalonians 2:3-4). The majority of preparations for the new temple in Jerusalem have already been made. If there is to be co-occupation of the Holy Land, then there will likely be co-occupation of the Temple Mount, which today is exclusively occupied by Muslims and the Dome of the Rock.

According to the book of Revelation, the rebuilding of the temple in Jerusalem will offer a provision to "Gentiles" - which would include Arabs vying for the occupation of the Temple Mount. Revelation 11.1-2 states,  "I was given a reed like a measuring rod and was told, “Go and measure the temple of God and the altar, with its worshipers. But exclude the outer court; do not measure it, because it has been given to the Gentiles. They will trample on the holy city for 42 months."(NIV) Many believe the Jewish temple will be built in such a manner that the Dome of the Rock will be within these outer courts.

The UN and the emerging international New World Order have been steeped in the occult and pagan practices, thus, they would be a perfectly copacetic with the Antichrist system. The pieces of End Times Bible prophecy continue to fall into place.

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  1. Rick, for some reason christians made predictions of the end of times since 1st century using the same source of prophecies as you. What makes your claims more reliable than theirs?

    Let us not mention how opaque all those profecies are, needing each time some redefinitions.

  2. >What makes your claims more reliable than theirs?

    - While the question of timing is always an open one, there are signs that the rebuilding of the Jewish Temple may be at hand. Peaceful coexistence at the Temple Mount, no matter how brief, may be more of a possibility as the cause of Palestine is increasingly supported. See link for more on this temple theme:

  3. So what is the use of those predictions if they can only be understood after the deed happened?

    1. And understood in such a fashion that they can apply to any number of past (and future) events that may occur.

      Biblical prophecies tend to be either written after the fact (the parts of the book of Daniel which describe Antiochus' activities was written during those activities, as is evidenced by the "prophecy" being very accurate up to a point, and then being incorrect), simply didn't come to pass (Ezekial's predictions for Tyre and Egypt, or Jesus' predictions about the second coming occuring within a generation), or are so vague (or interpreted so laxly) that they could apply to any number of things.

    2. I am familiar with that, but the mind of people that believe those prophecies after studying them is still a mystery to me.


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