Trump,Kim’s mtg Prophetic:Finishing Mission of 1989.Trump’s Monarchy.Sessions’ & Walmart Detention



Trump & Kim’s meeting Prophetic:Finishing what began in 1989. Children Detained at Walmart via Jeff Sessions Romans 13 Citation. Trump’s Monarchy—Like Beast Like Image, Like Mother Like Daughter.
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  1. I feel so blessed to have found this site… I am sharing with family and friends!!! Someday I will meet Pastor Andrew and Hilary…, if not here… i will meet them in heaven… blessed be the name of the Lord!!! Thank you Lord, for your faithful workers…

  2. That was a very good study. Yes indeed the French Revolution is an enemy of the papacy along with Islam.

    Communism and The Left are one in the same. This is why Donald Trump is rallying against the left. He’s doing the Pope’s work.

    So in theory communism being the far-left has to be squashed along with the left… But Daniel says they will make one more attack before being overwhelmed.

    No wonder also why President Trump is against globalism!!

  3. These are perilous times we are living in..People are not thinking about God..They are so busy with the pleasures of their lives..Yes, Michael will be standing up really soon, and probation will close..Today is the day of Salvation..God bless you and your family..
    Keep preaching Present Truth..Amen..

  4. This was a very solemn and thought provoking message and on point! May God help us all and increase our faith as we recommit our lives to Him daily. Let us be ready and stay ready.
    May God bless you Pastor as you preach without fear or favour. Maranatha.

  5. Here's a "midst" of week analogy to consider from the book of Esther: Ahasuerus, (means King of Kings in Persian) in the third year of his reign(at the end of 3rd year?) commences a feast lasting 180 days(one half year) Then he has a seven day feast(at the 3 1/2 year point). On the seventh day(!), the "King of Kings" requires his queen to appear before him. When she refuses, he banishes her forever from his presence!
    A new queen is chosen…at the 7th year the death decree goes forth against her and her people.

  6. Yes, the mark of the beast will be enforced by America and it's image to the Papacy.

    Yes, the 'kings of the earth' will give their power to the Papacy to enforce her dogmas upon the world.

    But Daniel 11:45 and the king of the north (Turkey – Islam) is simply a 'sign' that Jesus is about to 'stand up' and the close of probation has arrived.

    So what should our focus be, when we see signs that Islam is to take Jerusalem as it's own ?

    BE READY in Christ.
    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
    Daniel 11 and King of the North

    There are many in The SDA churches today who take the view that the eleventh chapter of Daniel is literal history up until verse 36, where it then becomes 'symbolic'.

    But we take the only logical view that the whole chapter is literal historical prophecy and none of it is symbolic, just as The Adventist pioneers believed.

    It does not make logical sense to have such a large portion of the chapter describing literal history and then the last part to suddenly turn 'symbolic'.

    And to be able to make the Papacy fit the last part of Daniel 11, you have to do some great stretching in the symbol department to make it fit.

    It is a sad fact that a lot of the truths God revealed through The Adventist pioneers have been rejected by The current church leaders.

    Further down the page we will provide quotes from The SDA pioneers to show that what we are teaching lines up with the pioneers.

    We will also show you through the news that what we are teaching is actually coming to pass.

    So on this page, we will show the true meaning of Daniel 11 and the importance of it for us living in The Last Days.

    We will show that the last portion of Daniel 11 is a 'guide post', a 'marker' to show us how close we are to 'Michael standing up' (Daniel 12:1), which is the close of probation.

    PLEASE NOTE:
    This truth in no way deflects from the role of the Papacy in the end times.
    We all know that the Papacy will work through fallen 'Protestant' America and the 'kings of the earth' to enforce the mark of the beast.

    But the literal prophecy of Daniel 11 simply gives us a 'guidepost' to show us how close we are to the close of probation.

    And praise God for giving us such a marker so we may know !

    We will deal mainly with the final verses of Daniel 11, but just to give a brief account of what Daniel 11 deals with,
    "Beginning with the first year of Darius the Mede, it passes through the remainder of Persian history (verse 3),
    the brief reign of Alexander the Great (verses 3,4),
    followed by the long contests between the kings of Syria and Egypt, the former called "the king of the North," and the latter, "the king of the South," these countries being respectively north and south from Jerusalem (verses 5-15);
    then passes into Roman history (verses 16-29), notices the crucifixion of Christ (verse 22),
    touches upon the work of the papacy (verses 30-33), the great Reformation (verse 34),
    the end of papal supremacy in 1798 (verse 35) ; then introduces, and ends with, the closing portion of the history of the Turkish empire, this empire now including, as a part of its domain, the identical territory of the old Assyrian kingdom, and for this reason receiving also the name, "The king of the North." (Verses 40-45)

    It is this introduction of the Turkish empire that connects the prophecy with the "Eastern Question;" for the Eastern Question is simply the question of how the remains of the now nearly defunct Turkish empire shall be disposed of.
    A definite point in the prophecy, sufficiently far back to include all that is said about the Eastern Question, is found in verse 35.
    With that we therefore commence the investigation."
    ('Bible Reading for the Home Circle', 1888)
    ______________________________________________

    1) What are the three prominent things brought to view in verse 35 ?
    [Which is connected to verses 33 and 34]

    (Daniel 11:33-35)
    'And they that understand among the people shall instruct many: yet they shall fall by the sword, and by flame, by captivity, and by spoil, many days.
    Now when they shall fall, they shall be holpen with a little help: but many shall cleave to them with flatteries.
    And some of them of understanding shall fall, to try them, and to purge, and to make them white, even to the time of the end: because it is yet for a time appointed.'

    (1.) A period of persecution;
    (2.) The fact that this persecution is measured by a prophetic period – "a time appointed;" and
    (3.) That this prophetic period brings us to a season called "the time of the end."

    2) What time of persecution is thus limited in the Scriptures by a prophetic period ?

    There are but two instances of such a nature.

    The first is the persecution under Diocletian, from A.D. 302 to 312, "ten days", which are literal years (Rev. 2:10); but this is too far in the past to reach anywhere near to the "time of the end," and consequently cannot be the one here intended.

    The second is the great period during which the papacy was to make war upon, and wear out, the saints of the Most High (Dan. 7:25; Rev. 13:7),
    a period which the prophets five times mention as containing 1260 days/years.
    (Dan. 7:25; 12:7; Rev. 12:6,14 ; 13:5)

    Papal supremacy commenced in A.D. 538, and ended in 1798.
    Thus we find ourselves located by verse 35, in the year 1798, at the end of the 1260 years of Papal persecution.

    3) What does the prophecy next bring to view ?

    (Daniel 11:36-37)
    'And the king shall do according to his will; and he shall exalt himself, and magnify himself above every god, and shall speak marvellous things against the God of gods, and shall prosper till the indignation be accomplished: for that that is determined shall be done.
    Neither shall he regard the God of his fathers, nor the desire of women, nor regard any god:
    for he shall magnify himself above all.'

    What is a person known as if they do not regard any god ?
    Such a person is clearly an atheist.

    So this "king," or nation, in its national capacity would take upon itself the profession of atheism.

    So we can see this cannot now be speaking of the Papacy, as the Papal Church of Rome cannot be regarding as having 'no regard for any god', as they have always professed faith in God and Jesus Christ, albeit a false God and a false Christ – the trinity.

    And remember, we are now at the END of Papal rule around 1798.

    4) What nation has ever taken such an 'atheist' position ?

    France !

    This 'king' [nation] alone of all nations can match the criteria; and this was during the great French Revolution, – the "reign of terror," (1793 to 1798).

    Both the nature of the Revolution, it's rejection of God and the Bible, and the date, compel us to apply verses 36 and 37 to the French nation at that time.

    5) Having thus introduced France, how long does the prophecy dwell upon that power ?

    Down to, and including a portion of, verse 40.

    6) What change is noticed in verses 38-39 ?

    (Daniel 11:38-39)
    'But in his estate shall he honour the God of forces: and a god whom his fathers knew not shall he honour with gold, and silver, and with precious stones, and pleasant things.
    Thus shall he do in the most strong holds with a strange god, whom he shall acknowledge and increase with glory: and he shall cause them to rule over many, and shall divide the land for gain.'

    We have already been told that this 'king' [nation] would 'not regard any god', but then would introduce new worship and a strange god whom their fathers knew not.

    By the introduction of the "worship of Reason", the nation of France fulfills this.

    And as historians explain …
    "There is one thing that one must not tire telling people," Momoro explained, "Liberty, reason, truth are only abstract beings.
    They are not gods, for properly speaking, they are part of ourselves."
    (Kennedy, p.343).

    So you can see that this new worship introduced by France was ultimately a worship of SELF, disregarding any other god.
    But because it is still the worship of self and reason, which atheism is, then it can also be regarded as a 'strange god'.
    _____________________________________________________________________________

    INTERESTING NOTE:
    The SDA leaders today believe verses 38-39 to be speaking of the Papacy, and yet this verse, if it be true that it is speaking of the Papacy, says it worships a 'strange god'.

    And yet The SDA leaders today worship the very same Trinity god as the Papacy !
    So by this, the SDA leaders are confessing to worship a 'strange god' themselves !
    ______________________________________________________________________________________

    7) What unique transaction is noticed in the last clause of verse 39 ?

    (Daniel 11:39)
    'Thus shall he do in the most strong holds with a strange god, whom he shall acknowledge and increase with glory: and he shall cause them to rule over many, and shall divide the land for gain.'

    This king shall 'divide the land for gain'.

    8) How was this fulfilled ?

    As history confirms, it was literally fulfilled in the confiscation of the estates of the nobility by the revolutionists, and in the selling out of these estates in small lots, to a multitude of Frenchmen.
    The result was to place more than seven hundred million pounds sterling in the depleted French treasury.
    See Alison, vol. 4, p. 151.

    9) What time again is introduced in verse 40 ?

    (Daniel 11:40)
    'And at the time of the end shall the king of the south push at him: and the king of the north shall come against him like a whirlwind, with chariots, and with horsemen, and with many ships; and he shall enter into the countries, and shall overflow and pass over.'

    The time of the end, which is 1798, as noted earlier.

    10) Who is the 'king of the South,' and 'king of the north' spoken of ?

    This is where modern day preachers introduce France as the king of the south, pushing at the Papacy in 1798, bringing an end to Papal rule, which sounds good.

    But the problem with this view is that you are moving away from the literal interpretation of the rest of the chapter, and therefore removing th

  7. Yes, the mark of the beast will be enforced by America and it's image to the Papacy.

    Yes, the 'kings of the earth' will give their power to the Papacy to enforce her dogmas upon the world.

    But Daniel 11:45 and the king of the north (Turkey – Islam) is simply a 'sign' that Jesus is about to 'stand up' and the close of probation has arrived.

    So what should our focus be, when we see signs that Islam is to take Jerusalem as it's own ?

    BE READY in Christ.
    ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
    Daniel 11 and King of the North

    There are many in The SDA churches today who take the view that the eleventh chapter of Daniel is literal history up until verse 36, where it then becomes 'symbolic'.

    But we take the only logical view that the whole chapter is literal historical prophecy and none of it is symbolic, just as The Adventist pioneers believed.

    It does not make logical sense to have such a large portion of the chapter describing literal history and then the last part to suddenly turn 'symbolic'.

    And to be able to make the Papacy fit the last part of Daniel 11, you have to do some great stretching in the symbol department to make it fit.

    It is a sad fact that a lot of the truths God revealed through The Adventist pioneers have been rejected by The current church leaders.

    Further down the page we will provide quotes from The SDA pioneers to show that what we are teaching lines up with the pioneers.

    We will also show you through the news that what we are teaching is actually coming to pass.

    So on this page, we will show the true meaning of Daniel 11 and the importance of it for us living in The Last Days.

    We will show that the last portion of Daniel 11 is a 'guide post', a 'marker' to show us how close we are to 'Michael standing up' (Daniel 12:1), which is the close of probation.

    PLEASE NOTE:
    This truth in no way deflects from the role of the Papacy in the end times.
    We all know that the Papacy will work through fallen 'Protestant' America and the 'kings of the earth' to enforce the mark of the beast.

    But the literal prophecy of Daniel 11 simply gives us a 'guidepost' to show us how close we are to the close of probation.

    And praise God for giving us such a marker so we may know !

    We will deal mainly with the final verses of Daniel 11, but just to give a brief account of what Daniel 11 deals with,
    "Beginning with the first year of Darius the Mede, it passes through the remainder of Persian history (verse 3),
    the brief reign of Alexander the Great (verses 3,4),
    followed by the long contests between the kings of Syria and Egypt, the former called "the king of the North," and the latter, "the king of the South," these countries being respectively north and south from Jerusalem (verses 5-15);
    then passes into Roman history (verses 16-29), notices the crucifixion of Christ (verse 22),
    touches upon the work of the papacy (verses 30-33), the great Reformation (verse 34),
    the end of papal supremacy in 1798 (verse 35) ; then introduces, and ends with, the closing portion of the history of the Turkish empire, this empire now including, as a part of its domain, the identical territory of the old Assyrian kingdom, and for this reason receiving also the name, "The king of the North." (Verses 40-45)

    It is this introduction of the Turkish empire that connects the prophecy with the "Eastern Question;" for the Eastern Question is simply the question of how the remains of the now nearly defunct Turkish empire shall be disposed of.
    A definite point in the prophecy, sufficiently far back to include all that is said about the Eastern Question, is found in verse 35.
    With that we therefore commence the investigation."
    ('Bible Reading for the Home Circle', 1888)
    ______________________________________________

    1) What are the three prominent things brought to view in verse 35 ?
    [Which is connected to verses 33 and 34]

    (Daniel 11:33-35)
    'And they that understand among the people shall instruct many: yet they shall fall by the sword, and by flame, by captivity, and by spoil, many days.
    Now when they shall fall, they shall be holpen with a little help: but many shall cleave to them with flatteries.
    And some of them of understanding shall fall, to try them, and to purge, and to make them white, even to the time of the end: because it is yet for a time appointed.'

    (1.) A period of persecution;
    (2.) The fact that this persecution is measured by a prophetic period – "a time appointed;" and
    (3.) That this prophetic period brings us to a season called "the time of the end."

    2) What time of persecution is thus limited in the Scriptures by a prophetic period ?

    There are but two instances of such a nature.

    The first is the persecution under Diocletian, from A.D. 302 to 312, "ten days", which are literal years (Rev. 2:10); but this is too far in the past to reach anywhere near to the "time of the end," and consequently cannot be the one here intended.

    The second is the great period during which the papacy was to make war upon, and wear out, the saints of the Most High (Dan. 7:25; Rev. 13:7),
    a period which the prophets five times mention as containing 1260 days/years.
    (Dan. 7:25; 12:7; Rev. 12:6,14 ; 13:5)

    Papal supremacy commenced in A.D. 538, and ended in 1798.
    Thus we find ourselves located by verse 35, in the year 1798, at the end of the 1260 years of Papal persecution.

    3) What does the prophecy next bring to view ?

    (Daniel 11:36-37)
    'And the king shall do according to his will; and he shall exalt himself, and magnify himself above every god, and shall speak marvellous things against the God of gods, and shall prosper till the indignation be accomplished: for that that is determined shall be done.
    Neither shall he regard the God of his fathers, nor the desire of women, nor regard any god:
    for he shall magnify himself above all.'

    What is a person known as if they do not regard any god ?
    Such a person is clearly an atheist.

    So this "king," or nation, in its national capacity would take upon itself the profession of atheism.

    So we can see this cannot now be speaking of the Papacy, as the Papal Church of Rome cannot be regarding as having 'no regard for any god', as they have always professed faith in God and Jesus Christ, albeit a false God and a false Christ – the trinity.

    And remember, we are now at the END of Papal rule around 1798.

    4) What nation has ever taken such an 'atheist' position ?

    France !

    This 'king' [nation] alone of all nations can match the criteria; and this was during the great French Revolution, – the "reign of terror," (1793 to 1798).

    Both the nature of the Revolution, it's rejection of God and the Bible, and the date, compel us to apply verses 36 and 37 to the French nation at that time.

    5) Having thus introduced France, how long does the prophecy dwell upon that power ?

    Down to, and including a portion of, verse 40.

    6) What change is noticed in verses 38-39 ?

    (Daniel 11:38-39)
    'But in his estate shall he honour the God of forces: and a god whom his fathers knew not shall he honour with gold, and silver, and with precious stones, and pleasant things.
    Thus shall he do in the most strong holds with a strange god, whom he shall acknowledge and increase with glory: and he shall cause them to rule over many, and shall divide the land for gain.'

    We have already been told that this 'king' [nation] would 'not regard any god', but then would introduce new worship and a strange god whom their fathers knew not.

    By the introduction of the "worship of Reason", the nation of France fulfills this.

    And as historians explain …
    "There is one thing that one must not tire telling people," Momoro explained, "Liberty, reason, truth are only abstract beings.
    They are not gods, for properly speaking, they are part of ourselves."
    (Kennedy, p.343).

    So you can see that this new worship introduced by France was ultimately a worship of SELF, disregarding any other god.
    But because it is still the worship of self and reason, which atheism is, then it can also be regarded as a 'strange god'.
    _____________________________________________________________________________

    INTERESTING NOTE:
    The SDA leaders today believe verses 38-39 to be speaking of the Papacy, and yet this verse, if it be true that it is speaking of the Papacy, says it worships a 'strange god'.

    And yet The SDA leaders today worship the very same Trinity god as the Papacy !
    So by this, the SDA leaders are confessing to worship a 'strange god' themselves !
    ______________________________________________________________________________________

    7) What unique transaction is noticed in the last clause of verse 39 ?

    (Daniel 11:39)
    'Thus shall he do in the most strong holds with a strange god, whom he shall acknowledge and increase with glory: and he shall cause them to rule over many, and shall divide the land for gain.'

    This king shall 'divide the land for gain'.

    8) How was this fulfilled ?

    As history confirms, it was literally fulfilled in the confiscation of the estates of the nobility by the revolutionists, and in the selling out of these estates in small lots, to a multitude of Frenchmen.
    The result was to place more than seven hundred million pounds sterling in the depleted French treasury.
    See Alison, vol. 4, p. 151.

    9) What time again is introduced in verse 40 ?

    (Daniel 11:40)
    'And at the time of the end shall the king of the south push at him: and the king of the north shall come against him like a whirlwind, with chariots, and with horsemen, and with many ships; and he shall enter into the countries, and shall overflow and pass over.'

    The time of the end, which is 1798, as noted earlier.

    10) Who is the 'king of the South,' and 'king of the north' spoken of ?

    This is where modern day preachers introduce France as the king of the south, pushing at the Papacy in 1798, bringing an end to Papal rule, which sounds good.

    But the problem with this view is that you are moving away from the literal interpretation of the rest of the chapter, and therefore removing th

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