The Bible is estimated to be 25%-35% prophecy. It has been 100% accurate.
There is much in Bible prophecy that is yet unfulfilled. For example, beginning in chapter six, everything in the Book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ is future to us. That is why we are called futurists. We believe that these yet-to-be-fulfilled prophecies will be fulfilled in a physical, literal, global, apocalyptic context.
It makes sense that things would be moving in the direction that the prophecies predict.
Biometrics, Artificial Intelligence, cashless commerce, the manipulation of human DNA, global government, the exponential growth of human knowledge, and the rebirth of national Israel are potential End Times phenomena the Bible predicts. All of these are increasingly trending in the news.
I always give two disclaimers:
- We are careful to use recognized, reliable sources for news. Sensationalism about the future is detrimental.
- We’re not saying the things we report are the fulfillment of prophecy. We’re saying that they are the things you’d expect to be happening in the build-up to the future Great Tribulation.
The Bible predicts a one world government.
An updated term for it is “global government.” World leaders are serious about getting the nations of the world to surrender their sovereignty to a central governing group.
Christians have long been accused of being conspiracy theorists for saying such things. Recently, I might say even suddenly, powerful groups of wealthy influencers, government officials, and tech giants, have come out of the closet with their radical global agendas.
One such organization is the World Economic Forum (WEC), headquartered in Davos, Switzerland. Its chairman is Klaus Schwab. You may not have heard of him, but he is one of the most influential and powerful humans on the planet.
Schwab has more than a few totalitarian plans for Planet Earth.
He was interviewed by Sergey Brin, the American billionaire business magnate best known for co-founding Google with Larry Page. In a video clip Schwab said the following about national elections:
“Digital technologies mainly have an analytical power, [but] now we go into a predictive mode. The next step could be to go into a prescriptive mode, which means you do not even have to have elections any more because you can already predict. Why do we need elections, because we know what the result will be?”
Then he said, “Can you imagine such a world?”
There is more to Schwab’s globalism. He is quoted, “In this new world, we must accept transparency, and I’ll even say total transparency. Everything is going to be transparent, and you have to get used to it, you have to behave accordingly. It becomes, how should I put it, integrated into your personality, but if you have nothing to hide you shouldn’t be afraid.”
TIME magazine interviewed Klaus:
“We will showcase in Davos what we call the Global Collaboration Village and inaugurate it in the summer next year.
“A year ago, when Meta had changed its name, I became curious what [the metaverse] is and could it have an impact. It became very clear: it’s the capability to meet in a virtual three-dimensional room. I mean, you have two levels. First is just to meet around a table with your avatars. And second, is to combine it with an immersive experience, and that’s what we will do in Davos.
“This has such an importance because it can make global collaboration more open; you always can convene the most relevant and the most knowledgeable people. And second, it makes it more sustained, because you can work together on a continued basis, and not just come together for a physical meeting and then nothing happens for quite some time again. We created a community, which has at the moment 70 members, whom we call Village Partners, who support us. I feel this could be a game changer in global collaboration.”
(I think it’s a little weird that he thinks Zoom meetings are some kind of leap forward in world progress).
How many movies have you seen where there is a small group of powerful men working in the shadows to push forward some destructive agenda? The X-files… The first Avenger’s movie… The Company… The Cabal… Hydra.
700 leaders from 130 countries, including 52 heads of state and government, attended the annual 2023 WEF meeting in Davos, Switzerland. The United States has the most representation; 674 attendees, 3x as many as the second on the list, Great Britain.
The Revelation of Jesus Christ predicts a global government in the End Times. Christian futurists have been talking about it for the longest time. It is happening.
We are witnessing the stage-setting for the seven year Time of Jacob’s Trouble, commonly called the Great Tribulation, that is described in the last book of the Bible.
We will not be on Earth during that terrible Time of Jacob’s Trouble.
In the Revelation Jesus wrote, “I also will keep you from the hour of trial which shall come upon the whole world, to test those who dwell on the earth” (3:10). We believe the Lord was addressing the entire church throughout the Church Age. He will keep us “from,” meaning totally out of, the future world-wide tribulation.*
The resurrection and rapture of the church is imminent. It could happen any moment; nothing needs to happen before it.
Jesus will come, in the clouds, and raise the dead believers of the Church Age. He will transform the bodies of living believers to glorified, resurrection bodies.
We will join Him in Heaven while the earth endures one final seven-year campaign of severe evangelism.
Are you ready for the rapture? If not, Get ready; Stay ready; Keep looking up.
Ready or not, Jesus is coming!
*“If Revelation 3:10 is a promise of protection in the hour of testing rather than out of this period, then it would read as such. The Holy Spirit would then have guided the Apostle John to write the preposition ἐν rather than ἐκ in the text. The only difference between these two Greek prepositions is a single letter. But this single letter spells the difference between this passage teaching pretribulationism or posttribulationism, and no amount of sophistry can twist one letter of Scripture into another.” (David G. Winfrey, The Great Tribulation: Kept Out Of, or Through? Grace Theological Journal, Vol. DTJ 03:1, Spring 1982).