by David Cawston

One World Economy
David Cawston
Luke 21: 25-28

Jesus took the opportunity in Luke and in Matthew to share with His disciples the signs of the end times.

His perspective was a great overview in just a few short verses.
But he was not really going in to the depths of detail. He was just outlining the signs of the times, but later the Holy Spirit through John, on the Isle of Patmos, takes the opportunity to focus in detail, on the events that would take place at the end of the age.

My text for this series is Luke 21:28
28 "Now when these things begin to happen, look up and lift up your heads, because your redemption draws near."

I am going to focus on four major events in this series that are materializing in front of our eyes right now.

They are:
1. One World Economy
2. One World Government
3. One World Peace
4. One World Religion

These four events are extremely important, for they usher in the foundations of the great tribulation.

The Bible does not want us to be ignorant.
The Bible does not want us to be deceived.
The Bible wants us to look at the current events of history and recognize the seasons and the times and prepare our hearts as we see these seasons and times.

We must remember this book of prophesy was written over 2000 years ago and it was impossible, in human thinking, to be specific in seeing these events happen in the detail as it explains, without it being divine.

If you have any question about the divinity of scripture, prophecy in and of itself should clear that up for you.

Let this series build faith not fear, as you see these things begin to come to pass.

The orchestration of all these events could not be arranged by one single person.
It speaks to us of a demonic strategy, a well thought out plan of deception, not from human origins, but rather from Lucifer himself in a last desperate attempt to become like God.

The stage is being set know for the rise of the anti-Christ and h ...

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