From Pastor Brian:
Greece Drama End Game?
Saturday, 16 June 2012
Whatever happens on Sunday, we must keep everything in perspective. We have been in an economic collapse since 2008, and whenever it ends we will see great prophetic fulfillment. I truly believe what we are witnessing is the march toward a global horror story of strict government control with an economic vision wrapped into the mark of the beast. Greece's election will determine many events, but it is still Spain that is worrying the elites. You can lose Greece and survive, but Spain is a different story. If Spain goes down, more than likely the whole system will be a house of cards that will fall. We will follow Greece and reactions from Europe and the rest of the world. We may not know Sunday or even Monday, and it may take days and weeks before the fallout is really known. What I do know, is this time it is different, and we must all pray this is the time because if it isn't, may God help us. Time will tell.
Russian troops are heading for Tartus, Syria as Russia strengthens its stronghold in the Middle East. As Europe heads into a dictatorship which will end in the Antichrist, the Middle East is coming together to bring that very Antichrist into E. Jerusalem to perform the abomination of desolation. Russian troops in Syria is a very major development. Again, we are witnessing events that will have great prophetic significance. The timing is hard to interpret at this moment, but as soon as we can see the movement of God in more detail we will report it.
Egypt's election will end in the Antichrist coming in and taking control as Egypt, being the King of the South, pushes against Israel. The peace treaty with Israel will be broken, and the real Egypt will emerge. Israel is facing threats now from the South, North, and East. It will take a false promise from the West, in the name of the Antichrist, to bring the abomination of desolation into Jerusalem (Daniel 11:33-45; Daniel 9:26).
The current sovereign crisis started in Europe and the Middle East geopolitical crisis is about to erupt. Europe's economic collapse will lead to a resurgence of a false prosperity in the mark of the beast and the military chaos which will start in the Middle East will end in Armageddon. I do not see the world going on much longer, but the world system that will be born out of these crises will be prophetic. How it will play out and how long it will take for us to get there remains to be seen, but the horror the world will see will soon be turned into Glory for those who follow and believe in Jesus Christ.
Daniel 11:40-45 (Scripture focuses on the Middle East before the Antichrist performs the abomination of desolation)
" At the end time the king of the South will collide with him, and the king of the North will storm against him with chariots, with horsemen and with many ships; and he will enter countries, overflow them and pass through. 41 He will also enter the [h] Beautiful Land, and many countries will fall; but these will be rescued out of his hand: Edom, Moab and the foremost of the sons of Ammon. 42 Then he will stretch out his hand against other countries, and the land of Egypt will not escape. 43 But he will [i]gain control over the hidden treasures of gold and silver and over all the precious things of Egypt; and Libyans and Ethiopians will follow at his [j]heels. 44 But rumors from the East and from the North will disturb him, and he will go forth with great wrath to destroy and [k]annihilate many. 45 He will pitch the tents of his royal pavilion between the seas and the beautiful Holy Mountain; yet he will come to his end, and no one will help him.
http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/arch ... ngle-event
The financial crisis of 2008 was a wave.
The epicenter of the next great financial crisis will be in Europe and that will be another wave.
For many, the next financial crisis will feel like "the end of the world" but it won't be.
There will be waves after that one that will be even worse.
Yes, the waves are going to start coming more rapidly and will start becoming more intense.
In that way, they will kind of be like birth pains.
But these problems did not build up overnight and they are not going to disappear overnight either.
A lot of people that write about the coming economic collapse seem to suggest that we should just let it happen so that the "recovery" can begin.
Unfortunately, it is not going to be so simple.
It took decades to build up a national debt of almost 16 trillion dollars.
It took decades for American consumers to build up the greatest consumer debt bubble in the history of the world.
It took decades to gut the economic infrastructure of the United States and ship millions of our jobs overseas.
These problems are going to plague us for a very long time.
Sadly, a lot of people out there seem to wish for an economic apocalypse. They seem to think that if the global financial system crashes that the government is going to disappear and we are going to start fighting with each other using sharp pointed sticks.
Well, it simply is not going to happen.
The U.S. government is not going to help you survive when things hit the fan, but it is not going to disappear either.
In fact, the federal government will probably try to grab more power than ever in an attempt to "restore order".
The governments of Europe are not going to disappear either. In fact, in the long run Europe is probably going to end up more "federalized" than ever even if the euro breaks up in the short run.
A lot of people out there seem to think that when the old system collapses that it will give them an opportunity to help put in a new system. ( I believe it will)
Sorry, but that is not going to happen either.
The powers that be are going to have their own ideas about what needs to happen.
They never like to let a good crisis go to waste, and they will certainly try to use every crisis to shape the world even more in their own image.
The coming economic collapse is going to play out over a number of years (I don't think so?Bro. Brian) and it is going to be absolutely horrible.
Billions of people will deeply suffer because of it.
It will be unlike anything any of us have ever seen.
Personally, I believe that it will eventually be much worse than the Great Depression of the 1930s.
The United States is going to get hit particularly hard. The United States is going to lose its position as the leading economic power on the globe and the U.S. dollar is going to lose its position as the default reserve currency of the world.