Thursday, July 3, 2014

The Antichrist's Rise to World Leadership

The Antichrist's Rise to World Leadership

a graphic (c) Erika Grey of a photo of the world and in the center is a depiction of the Antichrist as baphomet and 666 across the center which is the number for the Antichrist encased in a circle of stars. Around the red and black circle of the Antichrist featured as the winged goat with a dragon's tail is a gold circle signifying world rule and the wealth he will bring the final world empire.
The Antichrist's Rise to World Leadership






The Antichrist arrives in the right place at the most opportune time. His astute abilities in national and international finance help him to direct the EU into great prosperity. His genius leads them into superpower status. Ezekiel 28:3-5 deems him "wiser than Daniel" for "there is no secret" hidden from him. By "wisdom" and "understanding," he accumulates "riches and gold and silver" into his treasuries. Ezekiel concludes: "By your great wisdom in trade you have increased your riches, and your heart is lifted up because of your riches."

Daniel 8:23 describes the Antichrist's understanding of sinister schemes and his fierce features, and states that he deifies himself (Dan. 11:37). Isaiah 10:13 confirms the Antichrist's estimation of his wisdom. "For he says, By the strength of my hand I have done it, and by my wisdom, for I am prudent; Also I have removed the boundaries of the people, and have robbed their treasuries; So I have put down the inhabitants like a valiant man."

The Antichrist's genius is greater than Daniel's, whose intelligence surpassed that of all the other prophets and Old Testament patriarchs. Daniel was skillful in all learning, knowledge, and wisdom. He understood science and comprehended the most difficult concepts. Daniel also possessed the ability to interpret dreams and visions (Dan. 1:4,17, 5:11-12).

In addition to having wisdom like Solomon, he possessed the mind of a scholar, scientist, and mathematician. Recognized for his brilliant mind, Daniel served in Nebuchadnezzar's court as Master over all of the wise men, the consultants to the king. When Darius the Median (the Medo-Persian Empire succeeded the Babylonian) took over Babylon, he appointed 120 princes to rule over the whole kingdom. Presiding over the princes were three presidents, of whom Daniel was first. All of the officials were accountable to him (Dan. 6:1-3). When Cyrus the Persian succeeded Darius, Daniel served and prospered during his reign as well. Daniel acted as chief consultant to kings who ruled two of the four world empires that once existed. The Antichrist's abilities will enable him to rise to world leadership.