Jeremiah warned Israel of the imminent danger ahead.  He cautioned them to “embrace” the power of Babylon.  He told them to go willingly and make their lives in their new home of servitude.  Oh, surely they would remember Egypt and will have regrets for their failures—now, but it is not the time to revolt, resist or fight back.  They were to go and do the best they can.  Those who resisted had the difficulty and died.  We’re getting ready to face such a choice of consequences today.

I want to direct your attention to two particular text:

“As it is written, Jacob have I loved, but Esau have I hated.” Romans 9:13 (KJV)


“And he will be a wild man; his hand will be against every man, and every man’s hand against him; and he shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren.” Gen 16:12 (KJV)

And let’s examine this one, too:

“And he said, Lay not thine hand upon the lad, neither do thou any thing unto him: for now I know that thou fearest God, seeing thou hast not withheld thy son, thine only son from me.” Gen 22:12 (KJV)

These are prophecies regarding Muslims which we are now seeing fulfilled today.  We need to stop looking at the little events which are occurring right in front of our nose and see things how God sees them otherwise we will be doomed because of our ignorance and suffer greatly when we see what is claimed, by some, to be injustice when it is necessary to occur prior to our time of salvation.

Have you ever wondered why God would “hate” Esau?  What was it that Esau did which brought such negativism upon himself?  It began by his selling his birthright to his younger twin.  And instead of being regretful, what did he do which sealed the deal of his rebellion?  He married a daughter of Ismael.  What he did was not in rebellion of his parents but in rebellion against God which would draw such a condemnation.  Who are the Esau’s today?  Those who look upon the children of Ismael with favor.  Let’s discuss Ismael.

Ismael is considered the father is Islam.  He was the son of Abraham gotten through Hagar through means which was not sanctioned by God.  Isaac was the promised child.  The two other verses demonstrate that when God accounted of Abraham’s children, He did not even recognized Ismael!  He called Isaac, Abraham’s ONLY son.  And God goes on to pronounce judgment against Ismael by stating every man will be against him, because he will be against every man.  THIS IS PROPHETIC FOLKS.  We are seeing it happening right now!  This was predicted to happen and Mr. Trump is stirring the water so why is it those who cannot see prophecy being fulfilled are becoming “bleeding hearts” regarding this matter?

Can you not see how the “second beast” is setting itself up as the determiner of religious beliefs?  Can you not see when it makes its strike against a particular, “hated” religion, THEN it is setting itself to go against “Commandment-keepers” when he serves the “first beast” the papacy?

Sure, we can feel sorry for them, Muslims, individually, but not as a corporate body or religion.  But, we only feel sorry for those who will become converted.  We should not be an Esau because then we, too, will be hated by God by open rebellion.  We have to come to an understanding that MOST will not be saved no matter what, and some have been determined to be lost and will serve an ordained, I shudder to say, but okay, a preordained purpose.  We should not be caught up in the small battle but assess the war which is going on and what will grow exponentially as time goes on.

Let’s begin to focus on the bigger picture and stop with all the rhetoric against Trump.  He was set into this place, by God, and God is allowing these things to happen for one reason only—to usher in the Sunday Law and Time of Trouble, and we need to embrace this truth, like Jeremiah tried for his people during his time, so our time of pain will be lessened.  When you understand truth it does make the bitter pill less of a struggle to swallow.


January 31, 2017