9/23/15

Obama Shows 'Devil Horns' Meeting NWO-Pope Francis: Fake Antichrist, False Prophet Script Playing Out?

Fake false prophet meets the fake-beast? Here's the hidden-in-plain-sight photo-op of the grand occasion. New World Pope, Obama...together on the global stage. As can be seen, the below image itself is a video clip within a video clip [link]. The location is not known. The image itself does not seem to be photo-shopped. The blue dress on MO, seen in numerous other photos of the New-World-Pope's arrival in the U.S. yesterday 9-22-15, proves that this photo was taken yesterday 9-22-15. The angle of the photo is perfect to achieve the horned-Obama effect. Obama also is positioned perfectly for the shot. What exactly that is that is giving Obama his horns is hard to say, but it's just the right height, and just the right size. Looks like the wings of a phoenix bird. Chance of all these things being coincidental? - zero.

Fake 'beast' fake horns...
As far as Obama being the 'real' biblical Antichrist, and Bergoglio/Francis being the real biblical 'False Prophet", it is at this point surely safe to conclude that virtually everyone has heard these things suggested many times over - with more than a few being convinced that it is in fact the case. Without going into the specifics in this post, the factual reality, on both counts, is that it is absolutely not possible. Bible prophecy correctly interpreted reveals unquestionably that neither the 'Beast' nor the 'False Prophet' can as of yet made an appearance on the stage of human history. More than a few things must still come to pass before that time comes. What these things are that must first be fulfilled are touched on in the posts linked below, and others that are linked to them - follow links, connect dots.

At any rate, the image is definitely interesting enough to take notice of - which is the reason for posting it. It may be an indication of things that lay ahead with regard to the ZNWO fake antichrist/false-prophet script - that is - it may be an indication that they are really going to run with it. Take note, and be not deluded if this scenario does continue to develop:

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Fake Antichrist and False Prophet script? see: Obama "Unbreakable Alliance" Israel Trip, And New Pope: NWO Imitating Antichrist And False Prophet? 2-26-13 "...the way in which this is being done is giving the appearance of the beginning of an absolutely massive deception upon the entire world. A deception created by imitating bible prophecy...The Catholic church is being brought in - and not possibly by chance - with the recent resignation of the sitting pope...What orchestration, and what imitating of bible prophecy? To cut to the chase, it has to do with creating the persona of a fake antichrist, and the persona of a fake 'false prophet'. [see post]

'False Prophet' role playing; see: TIME Names 'New World Pope' Francis Person Of The Year - Portray Him With 'Horns Like A Lamb'; And "Last Pope Prophecy" NWO Fake 'False Prophet' 12-11-13 "...on the alleged "Last Pope Prophecy"...the idea of the so-called 'prophecy' is that the incoming pope, whoever it would be, essentially would turn out to be the biblical 'False Prophet'. As discussed in that post, and the one below, that is an impossibility (the time is not yet), but, this does not rule out the possibility of the creation of an 'imitation' for the specific purpose of faking bible prophecy - Rev. 13:11 "And I beheld another beast coming up out of the earth; and he had two horns like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon"  - As for that, the specific way that this TIME cover of Francis was done also seems worth noting, in that the 'horns' are rather small, even lamb-like perhaps. And again, as to the composition of the photo being all in white like it is, that seems to add to the overall effect of 'lamb-likeness' too. Mary (Catholic church) had a little lamb...?

Compare also: Faking Antichrist: Obama Photo-Op Of 'ISIS'/Syria Speech Shows Him With "Baphomet" Devil-Horns 9-10-14
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Staged photos? see also: Trump Shows 'Bat-Wings' During 9-15-15 USS Iowa Speech - One Month After "I Am Batman" Statement In Iowa 9-16-15

Rev. 18:4
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2Tim 3:1,13 'This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come...evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived'  [cf. 2Tim. 3:14-15]

11 comments :

John Cole said...

Here is another shot.

https://seeker401.files.wordpress.com/2015/09/20150923_obo2_0.jpg?w=497&h=480

Faith Contender said...

There is exactly nothing that has to happen before the antichrist rises. That is the end times prophecy deception that so many have fallen for thanks to the wolves with their false scripts like 'left behind'. There is no reason to think it is not francis (beast 1 rises before beast 2, then beast 2 promotes beast 1, also matches symmetry as unholy trinity). (Rev. 13)

The only thing they think it is is the pretrib rapture. But whether or not you are pretrib (I'm not), the revealing of the antichrist must occur before the rapture.

See below:
Now we request you, brethren, with regard to the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ AND our gathering together to Him, that you not be quickly shaken from your composure or be disturbed either by a spirit or a message or a letter as if from us, to the effect that the day of the Lord has come. Let no one in any way deceive you, for it WILL NOT come unless the apostasy comes first, AND THE MAN OF LAWLESSNESS IS REVEALED, the son of destruction, who opposes and exalts himself above every so-called god or object of worship, so that he takes his seat in the temple of God, displaying himself as being God. Do you not remember that while I was still with you, I was telling you these things? 2 Thessalonians 2; 1-5
(too many rest their end times beliefs on things like a Jewish wedding tradition, tim lahaye's novels, etc.)

The main thing that is crucial whether you are pre trib or pre wrath is this:
Be prepared to suffer persecution and martyrdom for the Lord. Other saints were not exempted from it and neither are we. If you are not prepared because you think you are above suffering for the Lord (also has nothing to do with rapture timing), then you won't be prepared. Matthew 10; 32-33.

I say this out of brotherly love.
God bless!

Mark said...

Re: the Devil Horns. Pope Francis arrived at Andrews Air Force Base and the horns are from the US Air Force logo etched on the glass doors behind Obama.

tom m. said...

Thanks for the info on that Mark.

tom m. said...

To Faith Contender (2nd comment from top):

My feeling is that you are one and the same as previously went by the name 'Truth Vigilantee'. Change of name but same message - i.e. totally incorrect eschatology.

For some reason you want to keep hammering your incorrect beliefs here - even though your repetitive comments have not been posted lately. Reason is that we've answered all your wrong views a number of times - but you have rejected those answers. Just the same, here are some of them again:

Yes. Rapture is the only possible correct eschatological view. Period. Every other view is false and a distortion. A lie.

No. No Antichrist appearance possible before rapture. (Note: the scriptural truth of the rapture has nothing whatsoever to do with the 'Tim Lahayes', etc. distorted teachings)

No. No Antichrist appearance before the ten kings of Daniel 7. This has not yet happened; see: Ten Kings shall arise - Dan. 7:24

No ten kings...no Antichrist, false prophet possible yet. Period. Only fakes.

No. Absolutely no on martyrdom of the body of Christ. Not taught in scripture. The Church of Smyrna was martyred in 2nd-4th centuries (approximately) - Rev. 2:8-11. The LORD God does not repeat Himself. The persecution unto martyrdom taught in scripture e.g. Matt. 24 is referring to the Jewish remnant during the first half of the tribulation. Matt. 24 does not apply to any events before the tribulation, and not to the church, who will not be in the tribulation - Rev. 5:9-10. Period. Revelation 7 'great multitude' is not the church. The church is 'the few' before the tribulation.

Another reference to martyrdom is for those who refuse the mark - which does not happen until well into the tribulation.

No scripture for church martyrdom. None. This is a dangerous delusion, and may actually be setting up people for some fakery psyop type stuff. This you are actually making yourself guilty of.

*Persecution through church history has nothing to do with the tribulation period - which is not about persecution but about judgment. The Lord Jesus shed his blood on the cross - how say ye that He can be judged again? He is the head, the church is his body - Eph. 5:25-27,30.

So you do not believe these things. You do not believe the rapture. You reject it all out of hand. We get that. We got that last time, and the time before that, and so on.

My response is also the same - your views are those of unbelief. You, FC, do not believe the Word of God. And unbelief blinds. And blindness causes a person to reject truth and hold to error - 2Thes. 2:11; note: Westcott-Hort corrupted versions like the one you quote are not the Word of God and can lead only to error.

FC, as stated on previous occasions, no reason to keep pressing your 'martyrdom of the body of Christ' eschatology here. It cannot be promoted or validated in any way by this blog.

Rev. 3:10

Anonymous said...

How do Matthew 10 and 2 Timothy 3 apply (or not) to this understanding? I get asked this often. Thanks

tom m. said...

To Anon (directly above)

Very briefly, Matthew 10 was the beginning of the NT commission to Israel - Matt. 24 gives us the conclusion...up to the time of the actual physical return of the Lord Jesus in great power and glory [Matt. 24:30]. This is dispensational of course. The disciples were charged to go and preach 'the kingdom' in Mt. 10. This was not the 'gospel of grace'. That was unknown at that point - before the cross, resurrection, ascension. This task was begun but the kingdom was never realized. The Jews rejected the Lord Jesus Christ, and as we know, were set aside, as it were, for a time. Upon this rejection, the Jews were blinded "until the fulness of the gentiles be come in" [Rom. 11:25].

This is a reference to the current church age. When the "fulness be come in", i.e when the body of Christ is complete, and removed to the Father's house [John 14:2-3], according to God's eternal plan, he will once again take up and continue his purpose concerning Israel. God works with only one group at a time. After Israel was set aside, God began the calling of the church. When that is completed, he will essentially take up with Israel where he left off. This taking up again with Israel will constitute Daniel's 70th week. Matt. 24:3-42 is the overview of this time, Daniel's 70th week - the completion of what was begun in Matt. 10. Some of the things in Matt. 10 will find their prophetic fulfillment during this time. Note, once again it is the 'gospel of the kingdom' that shall be at this time preached to all the world - Matt. 24:14, then shall the end come. Salvation at this point is entrance to the kingdom (once the body of Christ has been made complete, no further members will ever be added)

Note: The church has no involvement in Daniel's 70th week, as they had no involvement in Daniel's 69 prior weeks.

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2Tim. 3 - Presumably you refer primarily to this verse (12): 'Yea, and all that will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution'

Besides the fact of historical persecution through the centuries, and persecution in other countries even currently, go into any church anywhere today and make a stand for truth on any number of issues e.g. election, dispensationalism, separation, KJV, rapture (for just a few examples) - and persecution will be experienced. The spirit of this world will always clash with the Spirit of God. Live godly...you will experience persecution 'of man' - it's a guarantee. "Persecution" is what man does to man.

The tribulation, again, is not 'persecution of men'. It will be the judgment of God on the Christ rejecting Jews and world...(including apostate Christianity - Laodicea). The Antichrist is no independent actor...the Antichrist is in fact a tool that God will use to effect His judgment. This should be understood clearly. In Isaiah we read the LORD's declaration that he, the AC, is "the rod of mine anger" - Isaiah 10:5-6. The Antichrist is to be an instrument of God's chastening...which he will use to bring to pass his "strange work" - Isaiah 28:21

The Antichrist then will be acting wholly in accordance with God's purpose - which is judgment i.e. wrath. God is the mover...the Antichrist just 'the rod'. What persecution does occur during this time will actually be 'stripes' of that rod....from the hand of Almighty God. The body of Christ can never be 'striped' a second time - 1Pet. 2:24

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for clarifying (not sure how I missed this). I have some studying to do.

Anonymous said...

A very helpful explanation.

-Another anon.

Anonymous said...

My question...How do Matthew 10 and 2 Timothy 3 apply (or not) to this understanding? I get asked this often. Thanks

Following your response and going into the Word to study on my own, I shared this new understanding with a fellow believer and I have now been accused of hyperdispensationalism. Huh? Is this indicative of those who embrace "free will," "unlimited atonement?" I ask because there seems to be a common thread here when sharing. Did I miss something?

tom m. said...

re: hyperdispensationalism; free-willers

First thing - regarding the Matt. 10 and 2Tim.3 interpretation as described in response to your original question...that is dispensationalism - straightforward, correct - but nothing 'hyperdispensational' there at all. The person or persons making that charge simply do not know what they are talking about - at all. Not a surprise, the 'average Christian' is woefully ignorant concerning "sound doctrine"...and dispensational doctrine is no exception. Much of the professing church rejects the dispensational view outright as you surely know.

Hard to generalize though to answer your question on the rejection of dispensationalism going hand-in-hand with free-will. It just depends on a lot of factors. The Reform crowd rejects dispensationalism but believes election, other groups claim to believe dispensationalism, like Calvary Chapels, but reject election. Depends on the individual person too - they can come up with any number of different slants. General unbelief is the root 'factor' in all of it.

With so many variables, knowing what exactly the other person does 'believe' is necessary to answer them...or to find out that they are already convinced on their own view and that no matter how much scriptural proof on any certain issue is produced will still not be 'unconvinced'.

Debating is not often productive. Up to a point, yes, but when the person has their mind made up little can be said that will change their view. The Spirit of God alone can give understanding. Sometimes you may be called not to win the 'argument', but just to be a 'witness' (Acts 1:8)...and then leave it alone. This makes the other person now accountable.

Comes down to this: 'But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned' - 1Cor. 2:14

Acts 1:8