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"The End of America - The Role of Islam in the End Times and Biblical Warnings to Flee America" interprets Biblical prophecies describing a rich, powerful and influential end times nation, destroyed in one day/hour/moment. Twenty-one scriptural clues unlock the "mystery" of the identity of the nation. Muslim prophecies and speeches are linked to Bible warnings of destruction. Verses are analyzed advising American Christians and Jews to flee the nation. When and where to flee and world events to watch for are detailed.



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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q – Since we will be taken up in the rapture, why worry about fleeing America /Daughter of Babylon?

Good question. An answer you may not like much. The rapture comes with the seven year Tribulation. The Tribulation begins when the Antichrist signs a Peace Treaty with Israel (which he later breaks). The Antichrist will come into power when the nations of the revived Roman Empire, a/k/a the European Union, choose the Antichrist as their leader. These events follow Jihadists’ destruction of the Daughter of Babylon, a/k/a America, as the major impediment to Islamic control of the world. So, waiting for the Rapture to escape the coming “Great Attack on America” would be waiting too long. The Rapture will happen, but it won’t happen before the fall and destruction of the Daughter of Babylon.

Q – Since we will be in heaven when we die, why not just stay in America and go on to glory when America is destroyed?

Good question. Several good answers. First, when God commands us to do something, we are obliged to pay attention. When He commands Christians seven times and Jewish Americans twice to “flee” and to “run from” America, we ignore His commands at our own peril. There are no other specific commands relating to leaving a nation, stated in scripture this many times. God told the Israelites to leave Israel when ancient Babylon invaded, because he wanted to protect them, in slavery, for the seventy years of captivity. Though He didn’t have to tell them nine times.

Second, unless you are at or near a blast site, and thus die instantly, going on to glory, the next few days, weeks and months will not be anything any one would want to experience. Radiation poisoning will be the first reaction to those near the epicenter of the blasts, which leads to a miserable, painful, ghastly death. If you are far enough away to avoid the direct effects of the nuclear devices, looting, rioting, rape, and pillage will follow soon after it is obvious that societal order is no more. Within days, by most estimates, the food remaining in the supply line, and in peoples’ homes, will have been consumed or stolen. With no gasoline or medium of currency exchange, what farmers will be able, or willing, to raise crops for which they won’t be paid, and have no method of shipment? Jeremiah tells us that famine will follow the initial destruction. In a recent study cited by former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich, over 90% of Americans will die within a year of nuclear detonations, as the effects of Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) take out the electrical systems.

Therefore, staying in the homeland so as to go on to heaven amidst the nation’s destruction, is not given as an option; those who stay and survive the first blasts will have a miserable, painful last few months of life; and staying would foreclose what God could do through us in sharing the Gospel and helping others in a foreign land.

Q – How do we really know that the verses about the Daughter of Babylon refer to the United States of America?

Go back to Chapters 4 and 7 of The End of America. Re-read the 21 Identity Clues and 8 Immorality Identity Clues God gave us to discern the mystery of the identity of the Daughter of Babylon. Try to find one other nation, besides America, to which the identity clues would apply. The clues are there for a reason–so that Christians and Jews with discernment, can know and understand what is coming, and flee the approaching conflagration.

Q – What if my family/friends don’t want to leave?

The Noah Effect–discuss with your family what it had to have been like for Noah as he prepared, taking time and treasure to build what was clearly not needed. Even his family had to have challenged him, questioned his judgment, asked why he thought God had told him to build it, etc. But, as it turned out, it was only Noah, and his family who survived.

The Abram Effect-discuss what it had to be like for Abram and his family as he left an urbane, sophisticated community to live in a foreign land. Even his family had to have challenged him, questioned his judgment, asked why he thought God had told him to move, etc. But, as it turned out, it was through Abram that God established Israel, revealed His Word and sent His son into the world.

Millions of European Jewish residents of Europe died. Many thousands escaped Europe, and Hitler’s coming Holocaust. The difference between the two groups was that those who fled saw the coming evil and avoided it by leaving their native land. One wonders how many German Jewish mothers refused to leave their homeland in the 1930’s, or would not leave their children or grandchildren, and who then died in Hitler’s ‘showers’ and whose bodies were then burned in Hitler’s Ovens.

Q – Should a Pastor stay with a portion of his flock that may decide to stay in America, or leave with those who are emigrating?

Really interesting question. Human nature being what it is, not every Christian, or Jewish American, will emigrate out of America. God commands His people to leave, so a pastor will clearly know what God wants the pastor to do. But, it is likely that some will not agree that the prophecies about the Daughter of Babylon apply to America, or at this time, and who will then stay, out of conviction. They would then, if they survive the initial Great Attack on America, be able for a time, to help minister to the needs of the survivors and the dying.

Q – I just don’t want to leave the good ol’ U S of A. Why should I?

Three reasons you won’t want to stay:

A.) Instant incineration at or near the blast sites of several nuclear devices;

B.) Radiation sickness, severe illness followed by agonizing death within hours, days, weeks or possibly months;

C.) Eventual starvation, as all available food supplies are used up, stolen and consumed, with almost no new food supplies becoming available (unless you have a hidden garden that no one else knows about).

Reasons you will want to leave:

A.) God commands it nine times in scripture;

B.) To live;

C.) God can use us in other nations to share the gospel and aid in saving many who might otherwise not hear the Gospel;

D.) He can use us to assist Christians and Jews who have fled to adjust to their new lives; and

E. ) Our individual faith walks and spiritual maturity will grow and increase as we see God protecting us from the fall of the world’s only superpower, and supplying supernaturally our needs in a new homeland.

Q - Why Would God Allow a Christian Nation to Fall?

This question, frankly, will be the most frequently asked question concerning the prophesied fall of the Daughter of Babylon. To really understand the answer to this quite legitimate question, let’s look at how things work in our world.

Here are the basics:

A.) God created two perfect human beings, in His own image.

B.) Shortly thereafter, not satisfied with the rules, these two perfect created beings both sinned, by violating God’s easily understood, non-oppressive rules. Thus, two somewhat similar events occurred, as a result of their willful sin that did not and would not have happened before mankind’s fall:

1.) Mankind’s genetic code was altered to terminate the life of the human body over time; and

2.) Mankind’s genetic code was altered, now including in every human being a sin nature, a natural propensity to sin, from early life until death;

C.) Not long after this, one of the first two children born to the earth’s first two parents, turned his hand against the other child, his brother, and slaughtered him.

D.) Within just fifteen verses after Cain slew Abel (Genesis 4:8), the Bible records a double murder, by Lamech against “a man who wounded me and a young man for hurting me” (Genesis 4:23).

E.) The level of violence and sin became so bad that God looked upon His relatively newly populated earth, and the Lord “was grieved that he had made man on the earth, and his heart was filled with pain” (Genesis 6:6). Before He sent the flood to correct the immediate problem, God said to Noah "I am going to put an end to all people, for the earth is filled with violence because of them” (Genesis 6:13). Therefore, in its early decades, it became obvious that mankind, left to itself, will destroy itself.

F.) Did anything happen to mankind after the flood, after God’s heart was grieved by man’s violence? Possibly, as it is only after the flood that God instituted government. God then accorded to government its authority over the affairs of the inhabitants of the earth. “For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to the evil….For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth not the sword in vain: for he is the minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doeth evil” (Romans 13:3-5 KJ).

G.) It would therefore appear that after man’s first advent ended because of its uncontrolled violence, God controlled our innate, genetic tendency to kill each other by instituting government, which would then have some level of success in bearing the sword against those who would do violence to others.

H.) Well then, you may ask, why do we still have wars, and battles, and mass killings and murders? Good question. Follow this. God has revealed to us that He keeps His good hand on those whom He seeks to protect. “So I reflected on all this and concluded that the righteous and the wise and what they do are in God's hands” (Ecclesiates 9:1). So, peaceful days on the earth are a result of God’s restraint of the innate evil in mankind.

I.) God also takes His hand of protection away from those on whom He sends His punishment. “For death had filled the city with panic; God's hand was very heavy upon it” (I Samuel 5:11). The Bible is replete with instances in which God Almighty withdrew His hand and allowed mankind to do to other humans what they had previously been restrained from doing. Lest we wonder why that happened, He has His prophets explain to Israel and to other nations why they are no longer under His protection.

J.) We come back then to the original question–the question, again being, ‘Why Would God Allow a Christian Nation to Fall’? By His grace, and under the protection of His mighty hand, any nation that is still around is still around because He restrains other nations from destroying that blessed nation. On the other hand, when any blessed nation turns from the God who created it and had been protecting it, that nation shouldn’t be surprised if He withdraws his mighty hand from the nation. When that happens, the natural, genetic desire of humans to kill and slaughter other humans comes fully forward, and violence, wars, and destruction are the result.

K.) In the case of the Daughter of Babylon, He tells us in His Word, that the predominate, specified reason for the destruction of this end times powerful, rich nation, will be its betrayal of the nation of Israel, yet to occur in the future. All the years of survival of the Daughter of Babylon prior to its betrayal of Israel were years it enjoyed, under God’s good hand of protection.

L.) The fact that the Daughter of Babylon is a nation populated by God’s people, that had been a Golden Cup in His hand in the past (Jeremiah 51:7), is no guarantee of continued, unstopping protection by God forever, particularly when the Daughter of Babylon curses Israel. God’s early on warning to the world in Genesis 12:3 was that those who curse Israel would be cursed, and those who blessed Israel would be blessed. So, the argument that the Daughter of Babylon, as a Christian nation, can’t be destroyed, as somehow having a special status, completely ignores the fact that when Israel itself walked away from God in flagrant, abusive sin, God took the nation into seventy years of captivity, and then, again later into captivity across the globe for centuries. So much for gaining a ‘get out of jail free card’ because a nation had previously been blessed by the Creator.

Okay, imagine that America is in front of the judges’ bench, behind which is seated the perfectly righteous and just judge of the universe. America is on trial. The charge? Violation of God’s Word. America faces a death penalty for its crimes (sins). Your task? Defend the nation. Tell the perfectly just judge, “whose judgments are true and righteous altogether” WHY America doesn’t deserve to fall? Explain why the nation allowed, even authorized by its Supreme Court’s decisions, the slaughter of fifty million Americans. Tell the Judge why America should not be held to the standards of Genesis 12:3–that those who curse Israel shall be cursed, explaining why this may apply to other nations, but not yours.

Q- What objections will critics likely make to the warnings to flee America?

The Daughter of Babylon is either a.) ancient Babylon; b.) the Catholic Church; or c.) not for our time. All of these issues are dealt with in depth in The End of America. The Daughter of Babylon isn’t in Iraq nor in Rome. The generation that witnessed the re-budding of the Fig Tree of the nation of Israel won’t pass from the world until the prophetic verses are fulfilled.

Q – President Obama has stated that he is a Christian. How could a Christian do anything to harm Israel?

Go back to Chapter 13 and read what a good Christian President, George W. Bush (43), did to try to force Israel to divide the land, contrary to God’s specific word not to do so. In fact, President George H. W. Bush (41) was the first U.S. President to publicly call for a two state solution in the Middle East, i.e., that Israel give up part of its territory, including part/all of Jerusalem, to a “Palestinian State.”

Plus, one’s background is important if we want to understand where he stands theologically. President Obama was raised by maternal grandparents who were Unitarians. His mother was “a spiritual seeker drawn to many religions. Obama’s Chicago church, before he left it after 20 plus years, is a member of United Church of Christ, “arguably America’s most liberal mainline Protestant denomination”... “Talking to the Chicago Sun-Times about his faith in 2004, (Obama) cited his ‘suspicion of dogma’ and ‘too much certainty,’ and said he preferred a ‘dose of doubt’ in religion. Somewhat deflecting questions about prayer, Jesus and the afterlife, Mr. Obama defined sin as ‘being out of alignment with my values’” (Wall Street Journal, January 16, 2009).

Taking the new President at his words, is it more or less likely that he would be swayed by an argument that America should not try and make Israel give up her land. More critically, would President Obama believe that if America betrays Israel militarily that we will pay dearly for doing so? Possibly too much dogma, too much certainty.

Q. What if I’m not a Christian, or Jewish? Should I still emigrate out of the U.S.?

What’s going to happen to the Daughter of Babylon/America will happen to those who are still residents when Jihadists take out the biggest opposition to their goal of conquering the world for Allah. Even if you aren’t a Christian, or Jewish, you should consider leaving the target nation of Jihadists that is also identified in scripture as headed for extinction. In that instance, you would have received a ‘free ride.’ Seeing God at work in this supernatural way may cause you to carefully examine the claims of Christ in His Word and seriously consider knowing Him as your Savior.

Q – I need more details on where to flee, when to flee, and how to flee.

Google the nation in which are interested, and it will open up tens of thousands of pages of material. Then visit your top choices. Then rent short term. Don't buy until living in a chosen nation for some time. Ask the area expats about a good local church. Forsake not the assembly of believers.

 

 


Newsflash

THE STAGE IS SET

The 2014 midterm elections are over. Control of both Houses of the United States Congress will soon pass to the party opposite to that of the President. Is any of this relevant to prophecies centered on that rich, powerful and influential end times nation, labeled as the Daughter of Babylon? The Bible says that prior to its betrayal of Israel (which leads to its destruction) the Daughter of Babylon will see “violence….in the land” (Jeremiah 51:46), “ruler against ruler”, “fire in (its) cities” (50:32) and that “her people all roar like young lions, they growl like lion cubs” (51:38). Jeremiah also prophesies that “strangers” will “come into the sanctuaries of the LORD’s house,” leading God’s people to be “confounded” and held to “reproach” and to “shame.” (51:51)

What could possibly lead to such a state of societal disintegration in a civilized nation? In these troubled times, it’s relatively easy to come up with several candidates for a widespread violence trigger event. This post looks at three distinct and near-term possibilities:

1.) Willful Destruction of US Constitutional Provisions – The President of the United States has repeatedly confirmed that he plans to issue executive orders granting amnesty, permanent residency, work permits and social security numbers to several million illegal immigrants, estimated initially at 4.5 million (AP). Let’s be clear that the immigrants came to America because America needed the workers because we have killed 56 million of our future workers by abortion on demand. However, the way to address the immigration issue is to follow the US Constitution, which requires the nation’s chief executive to “faithfully enforce the laws” (Article II, Section 3). Congress has thus far refused to grant amnesty, though these executive orders would do so.

Members of Congress and Members-Elect have warned the President not to unilaterally grant “executive amnesty”. The Speaker of the House warned the President that he would be in “big trouble” if he issues executive orders which would have the effect of law, saying “if you play with matches you can burn your fingers”. Senator McConnell, soon to be Majority Leader of the Senate said such action would be like waving a “red flag in front of a bull”. Other Members of Congress in media interviews say they are “furious”, the action would be “toxic” and that such acts would be an “explosion”.

Labor union leaders have complained in advance that executive amnesty would hurt their members who are looking for jobs. Voters who cast votes this month hoping to see changes in Washington, DC may be less than enchanted to see a President act in such an arbitrary fashion. The White House has confirmed that the President may sign as many as ten executive orders granting amnesty prior to the end of the year. Judge Anthony Napolitano, a Constitutional law scholar told Fox news this week that the President’s actions could lead to a “civil war”. Could executive amnesty be a trigger event for violence? No one knows at this time, but Congressional leaders have specifically warned the President that if he takes his proposed action it will “poison the well” of relations with the United States Congress. Was Jeremiah describing the violent results of what many in DC are saying would be ‘dictatorial’ in nature? Time will tell, but executive amnesty isn’t the only possible trigger for violence.

2.) Ferguson, Missouri

The news reports from Ferguson, Missouri are unsettling. The grand jury is rumored to be ready to report on its investigation and findings, which are widely assumed to be a finding of no indictment of the police officer who shot 18 year old Michael Brown. Other news reports describe the large numbers of protective vests, ammunition and weapons which have been brought into Ferguson in advance of the release of the grand jury report. The Governor has warned residents against illegal action in response to the grand jury results. The internet is full of rumors that outside groups were active in stirring up the riots that ensued after the shooting. Could a grand jury finding that the officer committed no indictable crime be the trigger that causes violence in cities across the country? Was this what Jeremiah saw millennia ago?

3.) Blood in the Church

Isaiah foretold that God would say “I was angry with my people and I gave them into your hand.”(Isaiah 47:6). The “your hand” is a reference to that of the government of the Daughter of Babylon. In the opening paragraph above we looked at Jeremiah’s warning that there will be “strangers in the sanctuaries of the Lord’s house”. In Revelation 17:6 John tells us it was revealed to him that Babylon, in the end times, will be “drunk with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus.” In Revelation 18:24 John reveals that in Babylon “was found the blood … of saints.” Being turned over to the government of the Daughter of Babylon by a God who is “angry” with His “people” is not a terribly appealing prospect. But, there it is, black letters on white paper.

The current administration is not friendly to religious organizations as is shown by several executive actions. Requiring religious groups to provide birth control is just one of the actions to which religious leaders have taken exception. Some Christian commentators have speculated that once the US Supreme Court rules that same sex marriage is the law of the land, pastors of churches which refuse to marry same sex couples may find themselves in federal court or in jail. Private businesses which make wedding cakes, cater wedding receptions or photograph weddings have been fined significant fines for refusing to serve same sex couples. Can churches be far behind? What will happen when your pastor is arrested for standing up for Biblical marriage? Could anti-Christian actions like these be the trigger for the violence and blood in the church seen by the Prophets?

 

Watch and Be Ready. Jesus specifically told us as His people to “watch” (Matthew 26:41). In the critical weeks remaining in 2014 and what promises to be a truly difficult 2015 we should do as we are admonished and watch our world to see God at work in fulfilling His prophecies. The stage is set. God bless.