Thursday, September 25, 2008

Your Daily Doom: Thursday. Globalization, rumors of war, & bedbugs

I've been sending a prophecy newsletter to interested parties, which includes special updates. E-mail me if you would like to be included on the list. I read the bible and notice that news events of the day are playing out exactly as the bible has foretold. I titled it "Your Daily Doom" because the news today is so doomy but also because those who have not chosen Jesus are on the path to separation from Him forever. I hope that anyone reading this will feel the same sense of urgency that I do and share the Good news of Jesus Christ more frequently and earnestly. Yes, I'm the guy on the city corner in the sandwich board sign ringing the bell saying "Repent! The end is near!" And again, I know that makes me sound crazy. So be it!!!

Anyway, below are some highlights form today's letter:

GLOBAL ECONOMY/COMING ANTICHRIST - in order for this to happen, at some point we have to move from a free market capitalism structure among sovereign nations to total socialism under the guise of globalism. I believe that process is underway now. As George Ure characterizes it, "continue down a road which sure looks like the onramp to a global economic collapse"

Revelation 13:16-17 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

Does Wall Street bailout signal end of free market economy?

A member of the Senate Banking Committee says the massive Wall Street bailout proposal requested by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson "will take away the free market and institute socialism in America."

UN Chief calls for 'global leadership'

UN chief Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday stressed the need for "global leadership" as he pressed world leaders not to pursue narrow national interests in the face of hard economic times. "I see a danger of nations looking more inward, rather than toward a shared future," he said at the opening of the UN General Assembly's annual debate. He spoke of a "challenge of global leadership" to tackle the world's worsening financial, energy and food crises.

World leaders seek talks on financial crisis, multilateral reforms

World leaders on Tuesday demanded urgent steps to contain the global financial crisis and a sweeping reform of multilateral institutions, including the Security Council, during the UN General Assembly's annual debate.

Luke 21:11 There will be great earthquakes, famines and pestilences in various places

Bedbugs make a return via low cost flights
Increased foreign travel and a lack of awareness have been blamed for the rise in bedbug infestations being reported by airlines, train and bus companies. Pest control company Rentokil says there has been a 40% rise in the number of call outs over the past 12 months from the transport industry. Britain is now struggling to cope with infestations not seen in half a century.

Mark 13:7
"When you hear of wars and rumors of wars, do not be frightened; those things must take place; but that is not yet the end.

And whenever Damascus is in the news, think of Isaiah 17:1:
The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap.

Fears grow in Lebanon as 10,000 Syrian troops arrive on the border

Syria has massed thousands of troops along its border with northern Lebanon in what officials in Beirut fear is a prelude to the first incursion since Syrian forces pulled out three years ago.

Although Damascus insists that its forces are conducting an antismuggling operation, the Lebanese Government is eyeing the moves with unease, believing that the unusual scale of the deployment has more to do with tensions between the two countries over recent sectarian clashes in northern Lebanon.

Mr Assad has also likened the situation between Syria and Lebanon to that of Russia and Georgia. His comments sparked speculation in Beirut that Damascus could be contemplating a military incursion into northern Lebanon to protect the Alawite community from the Sunni militants...


Solar wind weakest since beginning of space age
The intensity of the sun's million-mile-per-hour solar wind has dropped to its lowest levels since accurate records began half a century ago, scientists say

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