by John Barnett

How To Prepare For The End Of The World
John Barnett
I Thessalonians 5:1-11

God's preview of what the end of the world may look like was perhaps best captured in the terrors of WWII. Have you ever thought about the events surrounding the manniacal and demonized reign of Adolph Hitler? Listen to a brief biographical sketch of this forerunner of the Antichrist.

The student of history who has read carefully the life of Adolf Hitler must conclude that the man was driven by strange powers of evil. His ideas about the weakness and wickedness of the Jewish race and the supremacy of the German race would have to be satanically oriented. A cursory reading of Hitler's Mein Kampf, would convince most that the man was demon possessed .

In 1929, with the arrival of the great economic crisis, the Hitler movement became the strongest dynamic force in the history of Germany. In 1934 Hitler ordered the death of all radical leaders in his own SS. He actually murdered in cold blood every man he suspected did not agree wholeheartedly with all of his ideas. Such action is taken only by a person under Satan's control (John 8:44; 1 John 3:12). The demon-prince of Germany was at work.

The period of greatest catastrophe for the Jews commenced in 1933, with Hitler's rise to power. At his command more than six million Jews were put to death by the Nazis, an estimated nine billion dollars worth of Jewish property was plundered. Close to one million Jewish industrial and commercial enterprises were plundered or destroyed. In paroxysms of anger this demon-possessed man did what no ordinary human being would ever think of doing. Studies in philosophy and sociology will not help us understand why some persons behave as they do. The one Book that gives to man the true cause of such behavior is God's Word.

It has long been known, for instance, that Adolph Hitler consulted horoscopes and that Nazi Germany had its Federal Commission for Occultism, the first time that a ...

There are 19455 characters in the full content. This excerpt only shows a 2000 character sample of the full content.

Price:  $4.99 or 1 credit