(Matthew 24: 23-24) 23 Then if anyone says to you, ‘Look, here is the Christ!’ or ‘There!’ do not believe it. 24 For false christs and false prophets will rise and show great signs and wonders to deceive, if possible, even the elect.
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Why does Jesus expressly warn for false prophets?
Jesus speaks in Matt. 24: 7-8 about the beginning of birth pains. See also: 1. The beginning of birth pains. What all is coming after this, will be even more intense.
People who form the bad seed, Satan’s seed, will firmly continue now.
The US is completely bankrupt due to government debt. The world reserve currency, the petrollar, is under great pressure. The lock down means that people have to stay in their homes and many lose their jobs. Violent riots are likely to ensue for food and fuel.
Ordinary banks will also succumb. People are made completely dependent on the government, which because of the debts will have to conform to the Jewish owners of the central banks of the New World Order. The 8th world power rules.
The late Allen Meltzer was a professor of political economics at Carnegie Mellon University.
He wrote the three-volume ‘A History of the Federal Reserve’: ‘It will all end badly’. We are in the worst mess since the 1930s, according to Allen Meltzer. Small and medium-sized businesses must go bankrupt and will be swallowed. The biased MainStreamMedia manipulates the people: 4. Youth; They want to mislead you! Christians cannot prevent that. What is very important is that we are going to leave the fear. Do not be afraid of such people, for all these things must happen (Luke 21: 9-13). Fear is an attack on our health. Christians want to tell our fellow men about Jesus’ words, to make them disciples of Jesus and to have them baptized (Matt. 28:19). Christians fully trust on our Heavenly Father, what can man do to me? (Hebr. 13: 6)
Theme of this article: The discerning of Jesus Parousia or Second Coming