Friday, April 14, 2017

Same Old Story

Here is the surprise that I promised you. This is truly an Amazing Prophecy. Click the link below to hear the video. Then come back on Monday, to get the next installment to this “Times Series.”

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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Miraculous Healing

“The deadly wound was healed.” When General Berthier, of France, took the Pope captive February 10, 1798, it brought an end to Papal rule in Rome. The rule, which had lasted 1,260 literal years or 3-1/2 prophetic years came to an end, exactly as predicted in Daniel 7:24-26 and in Revelation 13:3.

Before continuing, let me explain how I arrived at the 1,260 literal years of Catholic reign. The Jewish calendar was based on 30 day months. There were no odd months, such as January 31, as we have come to know it. 

Additionally, in prophetic calculations, a day was equal to a prophetic year – see Ezekiel 4:6. Therefore, 3-1/2 years equal 42 months, which become 1,260 days; but when the “year for a day” prophecy is applied, it becomes 1,260 prophetic years, which is the exact time of Rome’s rule – 538 AD – 1798 AD.

But then this deadly wound was healed and we see the beginning of the healing, as outlined below in the Lateran Concordat of 1929; it is even referred to as such in the local paper. See for yourself:

Lateran Concordat of 1929 – Papal Wound Healed!
On February 11th, 1929, an historic treaty was signed between the Italian Government and the Vatican re-establishing the political power and diplomatic standing of the Catholic Church, which had been lost when Italy seized Rome, the last of the Papal States, on September 20th, 1870.

Acclaim Gasparri and Mussolini, Signers of Three Agreements.


ROME, Feb. 11.—The Pope is again an independent sovereign ruler, as he was throughout the Middle Ages, though his temporal realm, established today, is the most microscopic independent State in the world, and probably the smallest in all history. — THE NEW YORK TIMES, Tuesday, February 12, 1929.

Benito Mussolini reads his credentials prior to signing the Lateran Treaty on behalf of King Victor Emmanuel III. Cardinal Gasparri (seated), signed on behalf of Pope Pius XI.


And there you have it – the rest of the story – about the wound – anyway. Even the newspaper headlines pick up on this prophetic event.  Wow! This was fascinating stuff to me, when I first heard and read about this; now, I’m telling whoever will take the time to listen or read, about this fabulous bible prophesy. Therefore, please continue to read. That is all that I ask.

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Monday, April 10, 2017

Wounded But Not Fatal

Have you ever heard any stories about a person being terribly wounded to the point that they appeared to be dead? I read a story about the Apostle Paul in Acts 14:18-20, when he was stoned. The people thought that he was dead, but he wasn’t. After they were gone, he got up, by the power of God, and moved to safety. Well, there is another account of one who was wounded and appeared to be dead- out of the game of life – but the wound healed and he revived. Let’s read about it.

“One of its heads appeared to have been slain and killed, but its deadly wound was healed.” Revelation 13:3 CEB Translation

We are still talking about the ten-horned, seven-headed beast that we have identified as the Papal See. The aforementioned scripture just declared that one of its heads appeared to have been slain and killed, but it didn’t really die; it was miraculously healed. So, how was one of the heads wounded to death?

“…General Berthier marched to Rome, entered it unopposed on February 10, 1798, and, proclaiming a Roman Republic, demanded of the Pope the renunciation of his temporal power.

Upon his refusal he was taken prisoner, and on February 20 was escorted from the Vatican to Siena, and thence to the Certosa near Florence. The French declaration of war against Tuscany led to his removal (he was escorted by the Spaniard Pedro Gómez Labrador, Marquis of Labrador) by way of Parma, Piacenza, Turin and Grenoble to the citadel of Valence, the chief town of Drôme where he died six weeks after his arrival, on August 29, 1799, having then reigned longer than any Pope.”

Thus the little horn as mentioned in Daniel 7:24-26 and in Revelation 13:3 was wounded. We shall see how it was healed in our next post.

Just remember, if the Bible declares that it will happen, just wait for it. It will come to pass.