Tuesday, July 26, 2011

New Islamic Empire Based In Turkey

the Sunnis are talking about a United Islamic Nations, and the Shiites are now ... calling for an Islamic caliphate that will unite" the two sects.  Turkey is setting itself up as the home of the caliphate.  Turkey used to be United States allies but if Turkey joins with Islamic groups especially the Brotherhood, then United States would not have an allie. 

A Turkish Muslim intellectual who has been calling for a "Turkish-led Islamic Union." Oktar, although a controversial figure, is highly respected in many circles and is the most published author in the Islamic world, with over 65 million of his works in circulation.


For over 500 years, the Turkish Ottomans ruled the Middle East.  In fact, when the Roman church started, Turkey was looked at for the Roman church pope but was moved to Rome instead.  What is also interesting is Paul spent much of his ministry in Turkey.  It would be like satan to influence the Islamic nations, which is an antichrist religion, to want to make Turkey the home for the Caliphate.

It is also believed a Turkish-led Islamic empire is clearly prophesied in the Bible.  The Caliphate will be the global government.  When you watch the news today, you see many of the countries is headed now towards a global government.   The Shiite Muslims, the ones in Iran, believe in -- and not all of them, not the people necessarily on the street -- but the real radicals, the revolutionaries and the people at the very top are called Twelvers. They believe in the Twelfth Imam. And that will -- that Twelfth Imam, when he returns, he will set up a global caliphate in ancient Babylon.


The Bible makes it clear that the Devil's primary plan for the last days has been, for the past few thousand years, to raise up two men, the Antichrist and the False Prophet, as his primary instruments to deceive the inhabitants of the earth. How do you suppose that Satan has planned to include the world's 1.5 billion Muslims in his grand end-time deception? Did Satan fail to foresee and strategize regarding the global spread of Islam?

Islam is indeed the primary vehicle that will be used by Satan to fulfill the prophecies of the Bible about the future political/religious/military system of the Antichrist that will overwhelm the entire world just prior to the second coming of Jesus Christ.




 
Comparison of Revelation and Ezekiel

Revelation

Ezekiel

The battle of Armageddon ends with
the defeat of the forces of the Antichrist and the coming of
Christ,  and His millennium kingdom.
Ezekiel 38 and 39 concludes with the
destruction of the forces of Gog, Israel coming to a true and lasting
knowledge of God with the Spirit being poured out on Israel. 
In chapter 40 Ezekiel describes the millennial temple.
At the battle of Armageddon, God
summons the birds of the air to a feast to help clean up the mess.
In Ezekiel 39, God summons the birds
and wild animals for the same purpose.
In Revelation we see a seven headed
beast with ten horns on one head.
In Ezekiel, seven principle nations
are listed (if Rosh means chief rather than being a proper name).
Daniel describes a beast with ten horns.  A small horn arises
and pulls up three of the horns.
In Revelation, the armies of the
world are gathered together.
Ezekiel says that many nations are
with Gog.
In Revelation, Babylon the Great is
burned up with fire.
In Ezekiel 39, fire is sent upon
Magog and those who dwell securely in the coast lands.
In Revelation, the rider on the
white horse in chapter 6 has a bow and goes forth conquering and to
conquer.
In Ezekiel, Gog is pictured with a
bow in his hand.
At the battle of Armageddon there is
a great earthquake.
In Ezekiel there is a great
earthquake.
In Revelation, the Lord treads the
winepress of the fierce wrath of God.
God in Ezekiel 38 says "My fury will
mount up in My anger" and "in My zeal and in My blazing wrath..."
In Daniel, the Antichrist is
identified as the king of the north.
In Ezekiel, Gog is described as
being from the north.

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