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Pope’s Visit, Bad Omen for Jerusalem

March 28, 2009

“Pope’s Visit”
Washington DC, May 1, 2009 “Jerusalem should beware of the pope’s visit,” says Dr. Richard Ruhling, a retired university teacher, author and speaker. In his best-seller, The Keys of This Blood, Vatican-insider Malachi Martin revealed a three-way race for world supremacy between Communism, the Vatican and the Capitalist West. Martin predicted the fall of communism and shipwreck for Capitalism, after which John Paul would become “the servant of the Grand Design.”

It’s happening as Martin said, and though there is no provable link to our economy, when John Paul toured America in 1987, the stock market crashed 500 points a month later. The price of our crash is still soaring into the trillions since Benedict visited last year.

John Paul went to Jerusalem in 2000 and since then, Jerusalem has been “compassed with armies” of forces hostile to Israel, a sign that “the desolation thereof is nigh,” Luke 21:20. “Behold, the day of the LORD comes, and your spoil shall be divided in the midst of you. For I will gather all nations against Jerusalem to battle; and the city shall be taken, and the houses rifled, and the women ravished…Then shall the LORD go forth and fight against those nations,” Zechariah 14:1-3.

“All nations” suggests more than 66-70 AD when Christ’s followers understood his warning to mean Rome, (Matthew 24:15).  Christians fled when Cestius came to Jerusalem and were spared the destruction by Titus. Out of the Roman Empire, the Holy Roman Empire emerged as the little horn in Daniel 7:8-27. Nothing was said when John Paul went to Jerusalem, but if “history repeats,” Benedict could be like Titus.

“All nations” could also mean United Nations that have many Muslim nations voting against Israel to divide the land that the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob covenanted to give to their seed, and renewed with Moses. For a better understanding of why the pope’s timing is significant, visit www.PopesVisit.net

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. March 28, 2009 2:24 pm

    This blog’s great!! Thanks :).

  2. Jeanie Rosenthal permalink
    April 3, 2009 5:08 pm

    Genesis 7:11 says that the Flood started on 2/17 — not 2/14 or 2/15. Yet you predict that the End Times will start with Passover (2/14), right? Are you considering the whole 7 days to be “Passover” and thus could happen any time within that period?

  3. thebridegroomcomes permalink
    April 3, 2009 5:27 pm

    Good question! Yes Passover really spans seven days, Lev 23:5-8.
    Historically as in the time of Noah, judgment might fall anytime during that period.

    On the other hand, Christ’s clues that point to Passover (“loins girded” in Luke 12:35, are linked with wedding imagery (next verse) where He says that when He “knocks” we must “open unto Him immediately.”

    Since Bible weddings were a week long (Genesis 29:27) and the Feast of Unleaavened Bread (suggested in Luke 12:37) is a week, it is reasonable to expect His knock at the beginning so that these will coincide.

    The meaning of wedding is union with Christ. Unleavened bread is communion with Christ–same meaning, same time, one week which I believe will start on the eve of 2nd Passover as Christ’s clues suggest.

    Thank You for asking!

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