Saturday, March 2, 2013

Did Jesus Tell Us The Name Of The Antichrist?


Gail said...

Hi Colin,

I decided to just post it on the front page rather than in the other article.

colin said...

Have you pulled the other video?

Gail said...

Yes, I pulled it. I was thinking about having a post just about that stuff.

James said...

i think i read on another blog that you felt that Obama,ie in the above video declared himself
as god.I agree with you completely
and that him standing IN THE TEMPLE
is actually the temple being the human body and not literally a temple building.It is time to think
out of the box,as people have just followed the masses when it comes to end time teaching.I find it astounding that people who profess
to believe in the book of revelation for example,would never in a million years believe such a thing if someone prophesised such a
thing today.Which leads me to the question,do they REALLY believe it
at all.I have been led of the holy
spirit that tongues spoken by women in the world,ie not christiian is a hidden sex language
whilst within believers tongues are God worship.Try telling that to
your average christian and see their reaction.When tested your average christian will fall awayout
of fear,i have already seen it.

Gail said...

Hi James,

Thanks for commenting!

I can’t say that I remember ever saying Obama has actually declared himself God but he certainly thinks he is. He is as arrogant as they come and the description of the Antichrist fits him perfectly. He is certainly an antichrist and he has proven that many times especially when he mocked God and His Word and the fact that he attended a church for twenty years that taught hate for whites and America. I don’t believe that Obama holds allegiance to any God but rather thinks he is the savior of the world. As to the temple (where the Antichrist sits) being the human body: I believe (although I could be wrong) that the temple of God (His holy place) is Jerusalem.

I agree that we must think outside the box. I personally don’t think things are going to happen like people think they are. I personally don’t believe there will be a temple rebuilt and I don’t believe Iraq (Babylon) will be a major life line for the world so much that the world will moan because of its destruction. One example of things not being like people think is the Islamic factor. Just a few years ago there was no talk of the Islamist having anything to do with the end times now it seems it is the number one threat.

I also personally believe that we are living in the last few years of a seventy year generation. This is my personal belief and I am in no way trying to make anyone believe what I believe but there is so much evidence pointing to that. The things I have written on this blog is a multitude of facts that tell me seventy years is the timeframe of the generation Jesus spoke of in Matthew 24. Not only is there the things I’ve written that point to the years 2016-2018 (specifically 2017) but there are others who have come to the same dates and these men gave their prophecies many centuries ago.

1. In 1217 there was a Rabbi named Judah Ben Samuel. Mr. Samuel prophesied the year that he died (1217) that the Ottoman Turks would rule over the holy city of Jerusalem for eight Jubilees: four hundred years (prediction was 300 years before the Turks seized control of Jerusalem in 1517). In the year 1917 exactly four hundred years later they were driven out of the Holy city. The Rabbi also prophesied that during the ninth Jubilee Jerusalem would be a “no-man’s land” and from 1917 until 1967 Jerusalem belonged to no nation. The Rabbi also said that in the 10th Jubilee cycle Jerusalem would be under the control of the Jews and the Messianic “end times” would begin. The 10th Jubilee started in 1967 and will end in 2017. We are now in the fiftieth Jubilee cycle since the Israelites returned to Jerusalem from the Babylonian captivity: is this also coincidence?

2. Then there is the prophecy of Saint Malachy’s 112 Popes that was given somewhere between 1094 AD and 1148 AD. Do you think it is coincidence that his last Pope just happens to be in office at this time in history?

I am certainly not a Prophetess and don’t claim to be, everything I have written about is history and proves that God had used a seventy year generation at least three times: King David, Babylonian captivity, and the life of Jesus (started at His birth and ended in the year 70AD and I believe that gives us good reason to think He will use that timeframe again.

Thanks again for commenting and I apologize for taking so long to get back to you.

Many blessings!!!

JAMES said...

Gail,thank you for your reply.I apologise for saying god when talking about Obama i of course meant antichrist.I have never heard of the rabbi you mentioned or his prophecies,but will investigate it further.In relation to the timeline mentioned ie 2017 i would agree with this completely
not based on any prophecy but based on personal supernatural experiances which are to detailed to go into in a blog.In fact this is the very reason i mentioned peoples unbelief in the previous i have as yet not mentioned to anyone what happened to me for fear of being classed a nutcase,even within my own church.God bless you.

Gail said...

Hi James,

No need for apologies!

I would love to hear your experiences. I have had many experiences with the supernatural part of God myself. He has shown Himself in my life many times.

As far as worrying about people thinking you’re nuts you shouldn’t; you are not alone; I repeat, You… Are… Not… A…lone… LOL!

Seriously though, I am very interested in what you have to say especially if it concerns the seventy years. I’m sure you would love to tell someone and I guarantee you I will not think you are crazy. If you would rather tell me in an email my address is Thanks so much for contributing!

Many blessings!

JAMES said...

Gail,thank you so much for your interest and your reassurance.It is not im afraid about the seventy years,it does have end time connatations though,it is a story that needs to be told and it may as well be you who hears perhaps would be easier for me as we have never met,and the geographical distance and not being judged would help me to be more open,about it all. I will email you in the future.
God bless.

Gail said...

Hi James,

That’s great to hear and anything you tell me will be kept in confidence unless you say otherwise. If it makes you feel any better I have had a few supernatural experiences myself so you certainly don’t have to worry about me being judgmental in that regard. I look forward to your email.

God Bless!!!