Saturday, November 01, 2008

A Season of Change

I'd like to direct you over to a thought provoking article from FoFoa: A Season of Change



Justin_n_IL said...

I think it was a marvelous analogy. It truly does seem that we are in the eye of the storm right now with the relative calm. Reminds me of the Neil Young song "Like a Hurricane". Of course that song is about love between a man and a woman.

Things are certainly going to change. We are getting ready to see drastic changes such as never imagined. It's like I told my Mother the other day. I told her that the U.S. $ will not be around much longer. I told that I think within a couple of years it will be a thing of the past. Her along with other family members are starting to hear my voice if you know what I mean.

Bye the way this blog has the most descent bunch of people on it that I have found on any blog. Some of the regulars here know that I am a devout believer in the scriptures. Often times when I have mentioned them at other sites I am made fun of and treated down right nasty. It's not like I'm telling people they are headed to hell(which is typically a big turn off for people as it should be.).

This is one of those times where I feel compelled to offer up another scriptural based opinion. So here it goes.

The Beast spoken of in Revelation has 7 heads and 10 horns. On the seat of that Beast sits a woman who is known as the end days Babylon. It tells us that the 7 heads on the Beast are 7 Kingdoms. It says that the end days Babylon sits upon the Beast. The power of the Beast lets the woman(Babylonian citizenry) live high on the hog so to speak. After much thought and much prayer and much reading I have come to conclude that the group of 7 a.k.a. the G7 is the Beast spoken of in Bible prophecy. It tells us that one of the heads of the Beast is mortally wounded. I believe that head to be America. It also states the head is miraculously healed shortly after is receives the mortal wound. I think we are currently witnessing the sword being stuck in that particular head. America is on it's way to being a third world nation that Russia and China would love to sweep with the broom of destruction.

Tied in to all of this prophecy is a new financial/economic system. It says shortly after the wound is healed a new system goes into effect. A system that which no one might buy, sale, or trade expect they take part in that new system. I believe that America will miraculously rise back up to it's superpower position via the new system that everybody knows is coming. The new system will arise in America just as the one that is currently dying. As it is written "the beast that was, is not, and then is". Of course shortly after it makes it's comeback it soon heads for perdition. Take it for what you will.


P.S. My blog isn't just about Bible prophecy. I would highly encourage people to check out my post titled "hell". It will give you a clear understanding of what hell is. It is not what Christendom has led people to believe. Here are some excerpts from that post with the link to the post. GOD bless you guys.

"The word "hell" is used 31 times in the Old Testament manuscripts. It is the same Hebrew word all 31 times. The definition of that word is as follows. The "grave" or "pit". The translators of the KJV used grave many other times for the same Hebrew word that they used "hell" for. The Strong's number(Strong's concordance) is 7585 and the definition was listed above as being "grave" or "pit". So why did they use "hell" instead of grave? Because they had a bias and an agenda. You might say "why did GOD let them do such a thing?". Much for the same reason that JESUS spoke in parables to the "masses" a.k.a. the "many". So that seeing they do not see and hearing they do not hear. Those who hunger and thirst can be lead directly through poor translations to the green pasture of TRUTH."

"The word "hell" is used 23 times in the New Testament scriptures. The original Greek manuscript had three different Greek words used amongst those 23 times. The three definitions are as follows. The first one I want to talk about is used by JESUS 11 times and by James once. I'm going to list each time JESUS spoke the Greek word that the translators refer to as "hell". The definition of that word is, Valley of Hinnom. This was a valley by Jerusalem used for the dumping grounds. What we would refer to in this present age as a landfill. Back in those days there was always a fire burning there at the waste dump. You can imagine how disgusting such a place is. You would have maggots on the fringes just as you would find maggots within the modern day landfills. The fire never quit burning due to the constant stream of trash being brought to the ancient landfill."

"As translated by the KJV there are four other times that JESUS spake "hell". JESUS wasn't speaking hell at all though. In the above scriptures JESUS was saying "The Valley of Hinnom". The four that I will list below HE is saying "grave". Grave as in the place where the body goes when it dies. The place that it goes and turns back into dust except for JESUS. HIS flesh was to see NO corruption. The translators used "hell" for two entire different words with two entire different meanings to translate what the LORD said. I'll just go ahead and post the four verses that "grave" was translated as "hell"."

"Matthew 16: 18And I say also unto thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell(The "grave") shall not prevail against it.
JESUS is telling Peter that the gates of the grave will not prevail against the church(The fleshly church, NOT a building made by man.). Paul reflected on this truth when he said the following to the Corinthians."

"1 Corinthians 15:53For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality. 54So when this corruptible shall have put on incorruption, and this mortal shall have put on immortality, then shall be brought to pass the saying that is written, Death is swallowed up in victory. 55 O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?(Bingo!!)"

Anonymous said...

Interesting Justin. So what is your interpretation? If hell really means death, is there no distinction in the afterlife for those who lived a good life versus the bad guys? Or is there simply no afterlife?

Justin_n_IL said...

Hey anon,

I'll get back to you on that later today or tomorrow. I'll say very quickly that there is an afterlife for all people. Keep in mind that there is a place referred to as the "lake of fire". It is a "spiritual" lake of fire though. I want to be very clear when talking about the scriptures so as I said check back later today or tomorrow so I have time to explain myself clearly. I'm getting ready to go bow hunting right now. Talk to you soon. Have a nice day.


Randy said...

Well done Justin.

A thought provoking comment on a thought provoking article.

Justin_n_IL said...


I would suggest you read Revelation chapters 20 & 21 for a simple rundown on the afterlife. I started to write out a response but decided to direct you to an appropriate area. As it is written in James chapter 1 >>>
5If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him.

On another note concerning the G7. Here is a tell tale quote from an article I just read on Yahoo.

"But analysts have argued that Gulf states will feel little impetus to bolster the IMF fund, given its domination by the United States and the G7 industrialized nations."

FOFOA said...


Regarding the IMF, which is part of the US Dollar Faction, this article is also telling.

It sounds to me like the head of the IMF is not only loudly tooting his own impotent horn, but is fighting for the very life of his employer, the IMF:

"The IMF’s role as “coordinator of global regulation must be reaffirmed,” he told the paper..."