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DESECRATION - ANTICHRIST TAKES THE THRONE
We've been looking at this study now for several weeks. Today we come to this sixth lesson on Desecration: Antichrist Takes the Throne. I want you to listen to a portion of the book on audio tape." As was foretold centuries ago," Chaim continued, "God has chosen to allow this evil for a time. As impotent as this enemy of your souls may be today, much more evil will be perpetrated on you under his hand. You will do well not to be here when his anger is poured out." "That is right," Carpathia hollered, his voice sounding tinny compared to Chaim's authoritative tone. "You shall let God's chosen ones depart before his curse is lifted lest you face a worse plague in its place." He raised his arms, "Let him who is on the housetop not go down to take anything out of his house. Let him who is in the field not go back to get his clothes." "Where shall we go?" someone asked. "If you are a believer in Jesus Christ as Messiah," Chaim said, "leave now for Petra. And if you do not believe make your way to Masada where you will be free to worship God as you once did here in this temple. There I will present a case for Jesus as Messiah. Do not wait. Go now, everyone."
Alright, there's the warning of Tsion Ben Judah, the Messianic Jew, the Messianic leader of the Jews during the second half of the tribulation, who now is warning Jewish believers to flee from Jerusalem because he anticipates now the abomination of desolation, the desecration of the rebuilt temple in Jerusalem. Following that, the ultimate holocaust on the Jews. So he's warning them to remember the words of Daniel, to remember the words of Jesus, to flee. He says they can go to that place called Petra. Some, he says, have fled to Masada. You might remember the story of Masada, the barren mountain near the Dead Sea, in Israel where the Jews fled during the time of the Roman siege in 70 A. D. Petra is a ...
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