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Popes visit to Israel, will the Lion of Judah roar?

May 12, 2009

If so, there will be a huge earthquake (Joel 3:16), but why would the Lion of Judah roar?

 If you Google “Why do lions roar?” here are some answers interspersed with brief explanations–
 
An adult lion’s roar is so loud, it can be heard up to five miles away. Most of it has to do with territory  
 
[Hint: The pope’s territory is not in Jerusalem. That’s where God has chosen to put His name and covenanted to give that land to Israel.]
 
Feb 21, 2008 The African lion is considered king for a very good reason. Like any king, it is important that he protect and serve his people.
 
[Hint: Some of God’s people may be deceived with talks of peace when it isn’t going to happen. It is war strategy to talk peace while planning a strike. [Pearl Harbor is an example.]
 
Lions roar to maintain territory. A female calling a male when she comes into oestrus. When trying to find the rest of the pride.
 
[Hint: Finding the rest of Israel and Judah that are scattered around the world–“I will bring again the captivity of my people Israel and Judah, saith the LORD: and I will cause them to return to the land that I gave to their fathers, and they shall possess it….In the latter day you shall consider it.” Jeremiah 30:3,24]
 
Lions question: Why do lions roar? They roar to communicate with each other and scare other animals away.    
 
[Hint: Early Americans believed the papacy is represented by the amalgamated beast in Revelation 13:1,2–mouth like a lion, feet like a bear, looks like a leopard, and has the total number of heads and horns from Daniel 7 of former empires (Babylon, Medo-Persia, Grecia, and Rome) that the papacy assimilated after surviving them.]
“I will gather all nations [United Nations?] against Jerusalem to battle; and the city shall be taken, and the houses rifled, and the women ravished; and half of the city shall go forth into captivity… Then shall the LORD go forth, and fight against those nations….ye shall flee, like as ye fled from before the earthquake in the days of Uzziah,” Zech 14:1-5.
Note the reference to the earthquake as related to the lion’s roar–“The LORD also shall roar out of Zion, and utter his voice from Jerusalem; and the heavens and the earth shall shake,” Joel 3:16.
Because God covenanted  to give that land to Abraham, it is not negotiable for any group of people to give part of it to the papacy or United Nations. Let the Lion of Judah roar! Will it happen tomorrow when the pope invades His territory? If so, please return  for “the rest of the story!”
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8 Comments leave one →
  1. prestonleigh permalink
    May 12, 2009 5:55 pm

    Nice writing. The current world system is moving toward the alignment of nations for “that great day of God Almighty.”

    • thebridegroomcomes permalink
      July 1, 2009 5:56 pm

      Thank you for your encouraging comment. I’m looking at August 2 as a potential date of interest because when Titus burned Herod’s Temple in Jerusalem in 70 AD, it was on the 10th day of the 5th Jewish month, the same date that Solomon’s Temple burned (Jeremiah 52:12,13) according to Josephus. August 2 would have huge significance as the end of an era when (I believe) the 7 churches in Revelation 2 and 3 move toward two–either the harlot (ecumenism) or the bride of Christ.

  2. June 2, 2009 9:40 am

    Richard,
    I found this very interesting concerning the “roar of a lion”. I knew some of it, but had never put it in sinc with Israel.
    Thanks for your visit at Fire and Hammer.
    T.A.

    • thebridegroomcomes permalink
      July 1, 2009 5:55 pm

      I think a deeper look tends to stimulate us–Thank you for your encouraging comment. I’m looking at August 2 as a potential date of interest because when Titus burned Herod’s Temple in Jerusalem in 70 AD, it was on the 10th day of the 5th Jewish month, the same date that Solomon’s Temple burned (Jeremiah 52:12,13) according to Josephus. August 2 would have huge significance as the end of an era when (I believe) the 7 churches in Revelation 2 and 3 move toward two, either the harlot (ecumenism) or the bride of Christ. Thank you for writing.

  3. March 5, 2010 12:10 pm

    No the Lion won’t roar as the Jews are being gathered into Israel for the destruction in Armageddon. http://sabbathsermons.wordpress.com/2010/02/27/israel-and-the-promised-land/

    • thebridegroomcomes permalink
      February 1, 2011 1:22 am

      Thank you for your comment.
      The Lion’s “roar” (Joel 3:16; Rev 5:5; 6:1; 10:3 represents an earthquake as shown by those texts and comes at the beginning of the 7 seals (Rev 6:1) and at the beginning of the 7 thunders (Rev 10:3) and therefore is at the start of the tribulation period, not the end (Armeggedon)–that’s how I see it, but I think that “roar” may be the earthquake shown in Zech 14:1-5

    • thebridegroomcomes permalink
      May 3, 2011 3:20 am

      Millions of Muslims favor “the Third Intifada…a massive attempt to carry out the destruction of the State of Israel” http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/143238. Their May 15 date fits Zechariah 14:2 Will the “Lion of Judah” roar? Joel 3:16. Visit http://MayJudgmentDay.com to see why May 19 could be HUGE.

    • thebridegroomcomes permalink
      July 20, 2011 3:30 am

      Christ is “the Lion…of Judah”[2] and just as Judah was the primary defender for Israel anciently, we want to run toward His roar and be counted on His side in the time ahead.

      So what does Amos 3:7,8 mean, “a lion has roared”? Amos begins, “two years before the earthquake, he said, The Lord will roar…”[3] This is about an earthquake. The previous page says, “The Lord also shall roar…the heavens and earth shall shake.” This is about something bigger than Japan or Lisbon…

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