Monday, February 22, 2010

Is President Obama who he says he is?

Let’s have a look at a number of items that the Bible ascribes to the antichrist which might be just like traits possessed by President Obama. He's undeniably a charismatic, intelligent, decided, and revolutionary individual. Usually, a whole lot of hundreds of people attend events when President Obama speaks. Believing him to be an ideal chief is one thing; mass-hysteria and complete devotion are one other thing entirely. President Obama appears to have the ability to steer and encourage millions of people. The Antichrist, who will be the chief of a one-world governmental system in the end times, would have to also possess such traits. It can take just such an individual to deceive the entire world in the long run occasions). The Bible prophesies that the antichrist will come to energy peacefully) and will rule the earth in a time of great peace and prosperity, which is able to then be adopted by the evil and devastation of the top times (Revelation chapters 6-19). President Obama’s message of world unity and peace is much like what the Bible says in regards to the beginning of antichrist’s reign. Further, He seems to favor a “massive government” approach to solving the world’s problems. While the top occasions’ one-world government is far past anything that President Obama is proposing, his view of presidency does lead in that common direction. However there are a number of other qualifying components involved right here that needs to be expounded on . Some believe that the antichrist will probably be of Jewish descent, as he must be a Jew to claim to be the Messiah. Others believe that the antichrist will come from a revived Holy Roman Empire, most certainly identified with the European Union President Obama is the son of a white, non-Jewish mom, and a black, Muslim, Kenyan father. He is neither Jewish or European (except the United States is considered part of Europe when it comes to Bible prophecy). Ethnically/racially talking, President Obama doesn't appear to match what the Bible says about the Antichrist. Additionally, Barack Obama claims to be a Christian and claims to have faith in Jesus Christ as his Savior. While anybody can make such claims, it seems extremely unlikely that the Antichrist would even declare/pretend to be a follower of Jesus Christ.

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