The New World Order will come down. This counterfeit of the Kingdom of God is destined to be destroyed by God’s fury. It is going to get ugly before it gets better.
For “the LORD (Yahweh) has a controversy with the nations…He will give them that are wicked the sword” (Jeremiah 25:31). Earlier, the word of the LORD (Yahweh) itemizes just who these nations are. He mentions many by their ancient names, and then in a sweeping indictment, says, “And all the kings of the north, far and near…and all the kingdoms of the world, which are upon the face of the earth” shall drink “the cup of fury” that God will force them to drink (v. 26).
By teaching us to pray, “Deliver us from evil,” Christ alludes to these dark days of Tribulation at the end of this era–“the time of the end” spoken of by the Hebrew prophet Daniel. He is talking about the end of evil on a global scale. For that is what it is all coming to. The internationalists, the super-rich bankers and globalists, think that they are going to pull this thing off, this setting up of a “one world government.”
But just as their dreams come to fruition, it will topple as Christ returns to this earth to set up His kingdom. The die is cast; the book is written. We need only to study the script so that we may play our parts well.
“The righteous shall scarcely be saved” from the wrath that is coming. And what will God’s wrath consist of? God shall “roar” from on high (v. 30). He will “come with fire, and with his chariots like a whirlwind, to render his anger with fury, and His rebuke with flames of fire” (Isaiah 66:15).
It’s the “seven angels which had the seven trumpets” of wrath in Revelation 8. “Hail and fire” being cast upon the earth burning up a third of the earth (v. 7), and a ” great mountain burning with fire was cast into the sea” (v. 8). This is an assault from the heavens in the form of asteroids or comets colliding into the earth.
This “cup of fury” being poured out onto the earth just keeps on comig in Revelation 8. “A great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp” will fall into the earth (v. 10). And this is just three of the seven trumpets unleashed on earth. And then the “vials of wrath” come next.
No, it’s all coming down. And some Christians are counting on a “Rapture” theory, based on one-half of one verse of scripture. How conveniently they have clutched on to this parachute that will not open. But that’s another post. Kenneth Wayne Hancock