by Stan Coffey

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Jesus or Muhammad (12 of 18)
Dr. Stan Coffey
Matthew 22:36-40


We are going to concentrate on the United States in bible prophecy. We have been concentrating on Iraq in bible prophecy, we have gone all the way back to the book of Genesis and we have seen how Baghdad and Babylon and Shinar are biblical names for present day Iraq and how that went all the way back to the book of Genesis and how in the future it goes all the way through the book of Revelation. Revelations 17 & 18 predict the destruction of Babylon during the last days and certainly in our next study of Armageddon we will see how the economic Babylon and how religious Babylon will be destroyed about the time of the Battle of Armageddon. Many bible scholars do not see America at all specifically mentioned in scripture. However, that doesn't mean that America does not figure prominently in last day events. I think America is there and I will show you how America does play a vital role in end times prophesy. America has had a vital role during the last days and one of the ways is through her support of the nation of Israel. One of the reasons God has raised America up is it has been a nation who would support and make possible the establishment of an Israeli nation to fulfill bible prophecy that said that Israel during the last days would be planted once again in her land and would never be uprooted again. Now that has been fulfilled only in the 20th century. In the time of Jesus, Israel was not a nation and all through the Middle Ages, Israel was not a nation, not until 1948. And that was largely the influence of the United States of America in her unique position after World War II. And she has continued to enjoy the blessings of America.

Secondly, we are going to see that America figures prominently in bible prophecy because God has used America to be a missionary sending force during these 19th and 20th centuries, even back into the ...

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