by David Cawston

The Coming Antichrist
David Cawston
Matthew 24:22


Jesus warned that the times of the antichrist will be by far worst the world has ever known, in his discourse to the disciples regarding "The tribulation of those days" as recorded in Matthew 24, Mark 13, Luke 21 and John 16.

He foretold of a period of false messiahs, rumors of wars, sorrow, betrayal, deceit, iniquity, persecution and catastrophe.

The end times would bring such conditions, so terrible that "Unless those days were shortened, no flesh would be saved." Matthew 24:22

Who is this Antichrist, the false man of peace?

The Antichrist will be a man who makes his debut upon the stage of world history with hypnotic charm and charisma.

He will probably come from the European union or a country or confederation that was once apart of the Roman empire.
That empire stretched from Ireland to Egypt and included Turkey, Iran and Iraq.
In Daniel's' vision " Little horn" sprouted from among the other ten which we know are some how ten divisions of the old Roman empire.

In his rise to power, the antichrist will weave his hypnotic spell.

• First over one nation in the ten kingdom federation
• and then over all ten.

He will conquer three of the ten nations and then will assume primacy over all of them.
Next, he will turn his eye toward Israel.

The antichrist will be "a man who has paid his dues" in the military and political sense and many will willingly follow him.
He will rule over those in his federation with absolute authority and will do as he pleases, quote Daniel 11:36.
We know the antichrist will enter the world stage with a reputation of being a powerful man of peace.
Perhaps he will be a Noble Peace Prize winner.

He will defeat and merge three kingdoms.
Have you ever thought they could be Surbia, Bosnia and Croatia?
Certainly that would be a modern day miracle.

Daniel 8:25 says "that by peace he shall destroy many".
He will guarantee peac ...

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