Global conflict looming

The American economy has been jettisoned from the global system as the plan to unify international interests and prevent World War Three.

Dear Sir:

Global conflict is here. World war is coming.

The American economy has been jettisoned from the global system as the plan to unify international interests and prevent World War Three. It isn’t working.

Revelation 13 refers to the beast that is wounded unto death; as noted in the book of Daniel: Babylon, Persia, Greece, Rome were all depicted as beasts.

The last 20 years God has allowed the first three to come the fore in the form of Iraq, Iran and Greece. Only Rome remains to rise from the turbulent “sea” of history.

That will happen when Europe faces military hostility from Asian, Middle Eastern and Russian interests. Only then will economic salvation seem to come from a fearless warlord leader that will conquer Europe’s enemies.

America and the former commonwealth nations will become outsiders trying to rebuild their economies.

The world will be broken up into two sections as it was 600 years ago. The Papacy will become powerful enough to control the entire globe.

Remember, Armageddon is only a battle in 6,000 years of wars and rumours of wars.

It is the final battle to rescue the world from destroying itself. It will be won by Jesus Christ. Every one is welcome: just call upon the name of the Lord and you will be free. As Bob Dylan said, “Don’t speak too soon for the wheel’s still in spin.”

This letter is an outline of possibilities.

Brian Gregg,

Terrace, BC

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