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"Then they will hand you over to be tortured and put to death; and you will be hated by all the nations on account of my name." ---Matthew 24:9


Fall of the City of David

"Then they fortified the City of David with a great strong wall and strong towers,
and made this their Citadel. There they installed an army of sinful men, renegades, who fortified themselves inside it, storing arms and provisions, and depositing there the loot they had collected from Jerusalem."
1 Mac.1:33-37


When the Rebel appears, he will take control of Rome and return this city to pagan worship. (Rv.11:7-8). In order to do this he will have to first neutralize the Christian city which lives inside of Rome.

It has already been shown that his ability to attack this holy camp will be greatly facilitated by a serious internal collapse of faith within the Christian Church -- a rebellion called, by Paul, the Great Revolt. (2Thess.2:3; Jer.51:48-49).

And the final assault itself cannot occur while the present tenant of this city, the Bishop of Rome, remains seated on Peter's chair.

The Beast's conquest of Rome is to be expected since John revealed that the Rebel would be the eighth and final emperor of that city. (Rev.17:10-11).

John's Book of Revelation tells us that Rome and Babylon are symbolically united, and will remain that way until the end. The two are bound to one another by a treaty which Jesus made with the world from the cross. This pact physically ties the people of God to Babylon until almost the last day -- until the day the Prince of Persia comes and revokes the treaty, decreeing the two separate.

We can see the tie between this world and the people of God in the structure and location of the Christian churches -- churches which remain scattered throughout Babylon despite the conversions taking place within them.

None of these conversions have carried the churches to a lasting dominant presence in Jerusalem. They still sit in the foreign lands of their exile. Everyone who has ever been born onto this earth has been born into the exile of Babylon; and the only escape from this exile has been spiritual -- conversion into the Christian faith.

The people who make this conversion are able to leave Babylon instantly the moment they choose Jesus, but that journey is spiritual and heads them toward a different kind of Jerusalem (in heaven).

The churches they belong to must remain behind, locked in scattered exile until the day comes for the treaty to be broken.

The Holy Spirit has orchestrated this circumstance to make clear the fact that God's true Jerusalem is the kingdom of God in heaven; it is not the carnal and rebellious city that commands Palestine.

When the leaders of the Roman army conquered Judea, they swept the last remaining tribe of Israel out of Palestine and sealed the borders of that country so that they could not return.

It was this action that established Rome as the figurehead city of Babylon's exile -- a role that it cannot relinquish until the exile of the House of Israel is divinely terminated .

The dispersion is not a separation perpetuated by the Christian Church. On the contrary, major Christian leaders have tried on many occasions to carry the cross back to Jerusalem in the land of Palestine, but these efforts have all ended in failure.

Certainly the most visible of these attempts were the Crusades of the early Middle Ages. At that time virtually the entire Christian world united in trying to push the muslim's out of the Holy Land.

All their efforts were in vain because it is not historic serendipity, but a treaty manifested by God in heaven, that has perpetuated the exile all these years.

Completing the commands of scripture, it was the Almighty, Himself, who handed the land of Palestine over to the arid winds of the East. (Is.27:8, etc.). Christianity's armies were powerless to overturn the prophecies. The Crusades proved fruitless against the will of God.

The treaty which banished God's people from the Promised Land and sent them to Babylon for a rescue (Micah 4:10), was signed in blood with the crucifixion of Jesus, and it's terms can be fulfilled only by the singular Persian process which the treaty, itself has defined. (2 Chron.36:15-21).

The fact that the largest church in the Christian religion has been headquartered in Rome since the exile began bears witness to its symbolic role in scripture's drama -- its ongoing presence there perpetually demonstrating to the world that the treaty and the exile both remain in effect.

When the Roman army burned down Herod's temple and eliminated the presence of a Jewish nation in Palestine, it duplicated the actions of Nebuchaddnezzar of Babylon, establishing a clear relationship between the empire of Rome and the symbolism surrounding the Babylon of prophecy.

This action fused the prophetic relationship between the eastern prince of scripture and his future destiny with the city of Rome. When the Prince of Persia comes to Italy in fulfillment of the prophecies, he will issue a decree that will end the exile completely, both physically and spiritually.

When the time comes for the union between Rome and this wicked prince to take place, it will signal the world's complete abandonment of the Christian conversion which had once swept over it. The harvest will be over. The Son will go down and darkness will descend upon the earth.

According to Daniel, a key part of the Rebel's attack on the Church will be focused on the liturgy of the sacrifice and it is this apostasy which will constitute the Abomination of Desolation.

The altar in St. Peter's basilica is surrounded by four gigantic baroque posts designed by an Italian architect named Bernini. They rise to a prodigious height, stretching 95 feet above the altar, and, at the top, support a huge ornate bronze canopy.

According to the Book of Maccabees, Antiochus hung his abomination of desolation in the Jewish temple 'above the altar'. (1 Mac.1:54-57). If this approximates what is to come, it can be expected that the Rebel will hang his desecration from the canopy, allowing it to swing among Bernini's columns.

The Rebel's defilement of the sacrifice of Christ, and the alternative that he decrees in its place at the basilica of St. Peters will destroy Vatican City and officially return Babylon to pagan worship.

His decree separating Rome from the Christian faith will end the treaty which ties the Church to Babylon, physically freeing the Christian people from the mandate of the exile.

This will free, not just the Roman church from Italy, but the entire Christian Church from its world-wide captivity throughout greater Babylon -- it will free all Christians and their churches everywhere from their captivity to this world.

More than simply breaking the treaty, the Rebel's proclamation and the sacrilege of abomination that accompanies it will guarantee Babylon's imminent destruction.

John said that when the Rebel attacks the Church, he will besiege 'the camp of the saints, which is the city that God loves'. (Rev.20:9).

This prophecy is not a reference to Jerusalem as many now think. John's use of the word 'saints' proves that this quotation applies to a camp of Christians -- the saints of God in Christ. (John 14:21).

The camp in question is not in Palestine. To this very day, the Christian Church remains in exile in Babylon in accordance with the terms of the treaty. And the nucleus of that Church sits, not in Jerusalem, but secluded within its own camp inside the city of Rome -- inside the capitol city of Babylon.

Only 3% of the present population of Palestine (including Jerusalem) are Christians. That is three out of every hundred. Such a meager presence guarantees that Palestine's Jerusalem is not the city or camp that John describes.

'The city that God loves' denotes a city living in the faith of the Gospel.

John said "The man who denies that Jesus is the Christ -- he is the liar, he is Antichrist; and he is denying the Father as well as the Son, because no one who has the Father can deny the Son..." (1 John 2:22).

This is very strong language, but what John emphasizes here is that no one can come to God except through Jesus Christ.

The strength of John's words prove that the saints of Daniel (Dn.7:21-23) are the people who honor the Son whom the Father has sent to lead us back to heaven.

The Jews not only deny Jesus to this very day, scripture shows that they will continue to deny him during the time of the beast as well. They will not make their conversion until after the beast is dead. (Dn.11:45-12:1).

Even now, citizenship in Israel is specifically denied to Christians -- even to Jewish Christians. Because of this kind of rejection, Jesus decreed God's abandonment of the city of Jerusalem until the day of its repentance. (Mt.23:37-39).

This confirms that the 'city' called the 'camp of the saints' which is attacked by the beast in John's prophecy cannot be Jerusalem in Palestine. On the contrary, the camp in question has to be a city dedicated entirely to the worship of Jesus Christ. (Ez.38:10-12).

When John revealed that the camp of the saints was not just a camp, but a city as well, it severely narrowed the contenders. In fact, there is only one city on the planet that qualifies: Vatican City.

There is not another 'city' on earth that is dedicated entirely to Jesus, and certainly none that can be considered a camp in bondage -- one city inside another. Not only is this 'city' subjugated to Babylon according to the terms of the treaty, it is an encampment of refugees who are attempting to make their way to a city of God that is not of this world.

So that in one city, Rome, the symbolic capitol of the pagan world, and the heir to the sceptre of Babylon, there exists another city -- the capitol city of the largest Christian nation on the planet -- a city which guards almost 60% of all Christians on earth.

Just as we are a nation of God camping within the nations of men, so is the Vatican a city of God 'camping' within the city of man -- a graphic physical witness to the spiritual exile mandated by God's treaty.

For this reason, the presence of Vatican City images to the world the relationship between Babylon and the Church. Because, while this tiny holy city which is dedicated to Jesus is located inside the city of Rome -- it lives there separate and apart -- a sovereign city of God within another city which is its polar opposite.

Therefore it stands as the Christian fulfillment of the City of David on earth -- a city dedicated to the Son, but bound to Babylon by the chains of the exile.

Our personal existence in Babylon is exactly the same. We still live in this world even though we have converted to Christ. Our conversion into the Gospel has made us separate and apart from this world, but it has not physically taken us out of the world.

"I am not asking you to remove them from the world, but to protect them from the evil one. They do not belong to the world any more than I belong to the world...As you have sent me into the world, I have sent them into the world..." (Jn.17:14-18).

The same correlation can be seen in the Roman incarceration of Paul. He was allowed to freely preach in Rome, but was bound there under a type of house arrest, awaiting the evil Nero who, when he ascended to power, plucked Paul out of his ministry and placed him on the cross. Peter and a large number of other Christian leaders were taken as well and subjected to the same violence.

When Jesus spoke to Peter He told him that at the end of his days he would be bound and dragged away against his will. (John 21:18-19). Because Peter is the head of the Church, Jesus was not just speaking about Peter's own relationship with a Roman emperor, but the Church's relationship with those emperors as well.

The world has tolerated Christian preaching and allowed it for many centuries -- even encouraged it -- but the day is coming when a man will come in Nero's image and when he arrives, he will mirror Nero's malignant persecution of the people of God.

The parallel between Vatican City and Rome -- and what they each represent -- gives us a basis for understanding some of the most strategic events of the last days.

The Church called Saint Peters is the central focus on earth of liturgical communion (the Eucharist) -- the holy meal already shown to be the key target of the Rebel's attack.

As we have seen, it is the Rebel's assault on the feast of God which will put an end to the covenant's offer of peace to the world, just as Pharaoh's attack on those trying to celebrate a similar feast brought about the catastrophe at the Red Sea. (Exodus 5:1-4; 10:8-11; 13:3-10; 14:1-31).

This is why the Bishop of Rome is so important in these events. His primary role on earth is to be the guardian of the feast -- a guardian, not of the unleavened bread of Moses, but of the bread and wine of Christ which God has directed to replace the Mosaic offering.

This is the 'one' Paul said who must be removed before the Beast can make his appearance openly. (2 Thes.2:7). Because he oversees the sacred feast, he is the guardian that blocks the man of evil.

Since prophecy shows us that it is the destiny of the Rebel -- the harshest enemy of God in all of human history -- to become the eighth and final Roman emperor, Vatican City will soon lie at the very heart of the Rebel's war on Christianity.

Because of Christ's treaty with Babylon, Christianity's most visible camp is required to sit in Satan's capitol and must stay there as a sign to the world; but only as long as God's treaty with Babylon remains in effect.

Once released from its captivity by the decree of the Persian prince, the camp cannot remain in Rome. When the exile ends, this 'City of David' in exile must return to Jerusalem and reunite with it in Palestine so that the two can become one at the moment of Jewish vision.

This is why the prophecies show Michael leading a journey of Christians -- survivors of the Rebel's holocaust -- back toward Jerusalem at the very end of the world.

His journey, filled with symbolism, is the return of the once-captive City of David to Jerusalem, coming home from its 2000-year captivity in Babylon.

Before any of this can happen, though -- before Michael can lead the people of God back to Jerusalem, or the Jews regain their sight -- the Rebel must attack the Church, raise his abomination there and issue his fateful decree.

According to Daniel, the building to be desecrated by the beast when he erects the Abomination is not the sanctuary itself, but the 'citadel' of the sanctuary. "Forces of his will come and profane the sanctuary citadel; they will abolish the perpetual sacrifice and install the disastrous abomination there." (Dn.11:31).

The word 'citadel' means 'fortress'.

At the time of Daniel the temple and the citadel were not the same, they represented two entirely different kinds of buildings. (Neh.2:8).

In the old Covenant, the citadel was the fortress that the Hebrews built next to the temple to guard it against attack. The citadel was the castle-like bunker which commanded the city of Jerusalem and guarded the temple from foreign intrusion.

When the historic overlay of Daniel's prophecy was first fulfilled (at the time when the forces of Antiochus IV Epiphanes desecrated the holy altar in the temple of Jerusalem), his forces did not set up their camp inside the temple; instead, they occupied the citadel located in the City of David that looked down on the temple.

In this location they were able to control what happened at the temple and to wreak havoc against it.

Likewise, during the time of Christ, the Roman soldiers were garrisoned in a similar citadel on Mt. Moriah. This building was called the Antonia Fortress and it stood right next to the temple of Herod.

This brings us to the Christian fulfillment of Daniel's prophecy -- the one Jesus predicted and instructed us to diligently watch for as the definitive sign for our moment of flight. (Matt.24:15-22).

The citadel in the City of David that overlooks & guards the temple is now in Rome. It is in captivity there. But the temple it overlooks is spiritual.

In his vision, John saw that the true temple was not a building at all. "I saw that there was no temple in the city since the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb were themselves the temple..." (Rv.21:22).

This observation, because it changes the definition of the temple, changes the relationship between the citadel and temple. Since in Christ the true temple of God is spiritual and hidden within human hearts, the institution that guards and protects the people of God (the citadel of Christianity) must be the churches.

Each church in Christ is, in actuality, a physical edifice built to hide and guard the true spiritual temple hidden within it.

Each church, then, forms a separate Christian fortress (or citadel) on earth.

Thus we have a Christian citadel that is Roman, another that is Lutheran, another that is Greek, one that is Methodist, and so forth. Each of them forming separate 'wings' of the temple of God, and each housing a specific population of Christian believers.

John's revelation (Rv.21:22) proves that the temple can never be rebuilt on a rock in Palestine.

God has rebuilt His temple inside the hearts of those who believe in Him. Therefore, the churches of our time must be considered as the guardians or citadels of the people who themselves house the real temple (which is God and Jesus) within them.
The significance of all this is considerable, because it impacts squarely on Daniel's prophecy.

When the beast of the future comes and profanes the sanctuary citadel in fulfillment of Daniel's vision (Dn.11:31), it is a specific Christian church that he will desecrate.

In the dictionary the word 'citadel' is defined as 'a fortress that commands a city'. This brings us back to the camp of the saints in Rome. The city it guards is Jerusalem, God's spiritual city. It keeps the converts of Babylon protected while they make their journey across this worldly wilderness toward Jerusalem's gates.

For almost 2000 years it has stood as the most visible symbol of the Christian Church in this world -- the Christian fortress commanding what used to be paganism's heartland -- Babylon's converted capitol city.

Because it is bound to a location which is destined to become the very center of the rebellion now in progress, it is situated in a place that the beast will later be able to reach and take firm possession of -- something that the prophecies tell us is not true of Jerusalem.

Although the words of scripture show that the Rebel will attack Jerusalem three times causing terrible destruction there, his personal access to that city will be very limited. Each time the beast tries to enter Palestine's capitol, his forces will be driven out.

In fact, Armageddon itself, the world-ending mobilization of planetary armies, promises to be the final thrust in the Rebel's on-going efforts to gain control of Jerusalem.

Rome, on the other hand, will lie easily within the boundaries of his empire.

Daniel's prophecies clearly show that the Rebel's attack on the sanctuary citadel will occur as an alternative to his original plan because the ships of the west have blocked his access to the Jewish capitol. (Dn.11:30-31).

Unable to secure Jerusalem, the Rebel will turn on the strongholds of his own country and take furious action against the holy covenant. One of these actions will be his occupation and desecration of the sanctuary citadel -- Christianity's largest and most dominant church. (Dn.11:30-31).

The prophecies predict this confrontation between the Rebel and the Church and indicate that it will be extremely violent.

Scripture showed that the forces of Antiochus, once they had gained access to it, then "fortified the City of David with a strong wall and strong towers, and made this their Citadel. "

"There they installed an armory of sinful men, renegades, who fortified themselves inside it, storing arms and provisions, and depositing there the loot they had collected from Jerusalem; they were to prove a great trouble."
(1 Mac.1:33-38).

These words not only describe the historical actions of the forces of Antiochus, they are visions of the future as well. Coupled with many other prophecies, they reveal that the Rebel's forces will make the Basilica of Saint Peter's in Rome their own citadel, turning it into a fortress for their military operations, and driving out the Christians who currently reside there.

The 'loot' they gather will be the treasures which they confiscate from Christians and Christian businesses in compliance with the Rebel's orders. We have seen many examples of the extent that such looting can take in the European holocaust event that foreshadowed this attack.

The tribulation that lies ahead, however, will be much worse than Hitler's actions during World War II. Not just because it will involve a vastly greater number of people, but more importantly, because it will take away the feast of God, and thus sentence the world to death.

"For they have transgressed the law, violated the precept, broken the everlasting covenant. So a curse consumes the earth and its inhabitants suffer the penalty, that is why the inhabitants of the earth are burnt up and few men are left." (Is. 24:5-6).

The 'Jerusalem' from which the Rebel's booty will be taken is the Jerusalem in exile -- the Jerusalem in Babylon -- and although it's population will be primarily Christian, Jews will be fully included in this attack as well.

Once he has captured Christianity's main citadel, and secured control of the world's 'eternal city', the Rebel will announce his edict to Babylon: "Then the king issued a proclamation to his whole kingdom that all were to become a single people, each renouncing his particular customs. "

"All the pagans conformed to the king's decree, and many Israelites chose to accept his religion, sacrificing to idols and profaning the sabbath."

"The king also sent adopt customs foreign to the country, banning holocausts, sacrifices and libations from the sanctuary, profaning sabbaths and feasts, defiling the sanctuary and the sacred ministers; building altars, precincts and shrines for idols, sacrificing pigs and unclean beasts...and prostituting themselves to all kinds of impurity and abomination so that they should forget the Law and revoke all observance of it. "

"Anyone not obeying the kings command was put to death."
(1 Mac.1:38-53).

Considering himself a god, the beast will use the Church of St. Peter's not just as a fortress, but as his own temple as well.

Paul said that when the Rebel overthrows the foundation (rock) of the sanctuary, he will enthrone himself there, in its place, declaring himself to be a god, greater than God, usurping the power and majesty of the Church of Christ, and claiming all divinity for himself:

"This is the Enemy, the one who claims to be so much greater than all that men call 'god', so much greater than anything that is worshipped, that he enthrones himself in God's sanctuary and claims that he is God." (2 Thess.2:3-4).

Isaiah prophesied that the Rebel will say to himself: "I will climb up to the heavens; and higher than the stars of God I will set my throne. I will sit on the Mount of Assembly in the recesses of the north." (Is.14:14.).

The true 'Mount of Assembly in the recesses of the north' is the Zion of heaven, but the Rebel will have no power to climb there. On this earth, however, it is imaged by its counterpart held captive in Babylon.

The word 'assembly' in the Bible refers to the gathering together of the people of God, and thus to the services conducted in the churches. (Ps.74:4).

Isaiah's announcement that the Rebel will 'sit on the Mount of Assembly in the recesses of the north' is another of scripture's references to the cathedral at Rome. It's cavernous interior, 163,000 square feet, and the prodigious square which fronts it will accomodate the large numbers of people his forces will assemble there to worship him.

The interior of Saint Peters is so large, in fact, that all the other great cathedrals of Europe could easily fit inside it. The Rebel, in his arrogance, would not pick a smaller Christian citadel.

When one thinks of the 'recesses of the north', Rome is not a city that comes quickly to mind. In fact, it is a city that many would reject. However, Rome lies on the same latitude as Martha's Vineyard near Boston -- about the level of Chicago or the Oregon-California border.

The people of Judea (who lived at a latitude which intersects Baja California) understood Italy's northern latitude very well. For this reason, they have always considered Rome a city of the 'far north', and since the focal point of all prophecy is Jerusalem, the description holds true.

It is obvious in these prophecies that the city of Rome will be a primary target of the Rebel's hostility during the last days; especially because control of the Vatican -- the City of David on earth -- will become his personal and driving obsession once he realizes he cannot get control of Jerusalem.

The overthrow of the Church and the destruction of its 'perpetual sacrifice' will set the worst moments of prophecy into action. "All you who drink wine, lament for that new wine: it has been dashed from your lips. "

"For a nation has invaded my country, mighty and innumerable; its teeth are the teeth of lions, it has the fangs of a lioness. It has laid waste my vines and torn my fig trees to pieces; it has stripped them clean and cut them down...Oblation and libation have vanished from the house of God. "

"The priests,the ministers of God, are in mourning. Wasted lie the fields...for the corn has been laid waste, the wine fails, the fresh oil dries up."
(Joel 1:5-10).

Seeing into these prophecies, but only barely, many early Protestants came to the conclusion that the Vatican (because of its showy liturgy) was the 'beast' and this opinion became a key part of the engine which drove them to escape the Roman Church's influence over their lives.

History has shown us, however, that all this did was to spread the Christian faith farther out into the scattered dispersion.

No Prince of Persia appeared in response to this flight. And that is the key to the captivity of Babylon (and to our separation from it) -- the appearance of the Prince of Persia.

"The people of Israel are to serve the king of Babylon until the kingdom of Persia comes to power." (2 Chron.36:21).

The Antichrist will come at the head of an eastern conspiracy to destroy the Christian Church -- every part of it. And the swarm of soldiers spawned by this conspiracy will roll to their victories across Europe and Asia in a classic military style -- using mobilized warfare.

Because of this, Persia's separation of the people of God from Babylon will not come easily. It will be a bloody disconnection -- far more harsh than anything that has ever preceded it. (Matt.24:21).

Here, all the prophecies agree -- this severance will be bathed in violence, because it will launch into play all the predictions Jesus talked about in the 24th chapter of Matthew.

Jesus spoke about these days as a time of flight -- a time of chaos and chase -- because all the nations on earth are going to be slashing and burning their way toward a battlefield in Palestine in an attempt to strike the final and terminal blows against Jacob's descendents.

During this chase, the refugees will be trying in every way to hide from the terror, and the prophecies in scripture give clear and ominous warning that anyone who turns them in will be met with a blaze of fire.

"Hide those who have been driven out, do not let the refugee be their refuge against the destroyer." (Is.16:3-4).

"Do not take your stand at the crossroads to cut off its fugitives. Do not hand over its survivors on the day of distress. For the day of God is near for all the nations. As you have done, so will it be done to you: your deeds will recoil on your own head." (Obadiah 7:14-15).

These warnings in scripture bring to mind the story of Ann Frank -- a child of the House of Israel during World War II. She and her family were hiding in a secret room in Holland awaiting the liberation troops. They had been there in seclusion for almost two and a half years.

Suddenly D-Day occured; and as the American forces were coming toward her, someone turned her family in to the Nazi's. She was carried away on the very last prison train out of Holland to a death camp in Germany.

Those who turned her in did not know that these prophecies were for them. When the judgment is completed, their souls will be plunged into the deepest part of the burning lake.

They did just the opposite of what Rahab did in the days of Joshua, and their reward will just the opposite as well. (Joshua 6:17, 22-25).

In freeing the people of God from their captivity to this world, Persia will end the world.

Declaring the Christian Church an enemy of their state, the forces of the Antichrist will bring the harvest to a close. The proclamation that accompanies this attack will constitute the Persian decree separating the House of Israel from Babylon.

This edict, calling for the renunciation of all previous customs and religions within the beast's empire, will terminate the treaty between Babylon and Christ, bringing to an end the age of pagan dominion over the people of God.

This will allow the Church to leave its Babylonian exile and return to Jerusalem. The door will be closed. The harvest of the pagans will come to an end. Night will descend on the earth, cloaking it in a darkness so dense, Jesus said, that no one would be able to work.

The times will become chaotically violent. Christians by the thousands will be martyred, their bodies succumbing in vast numbers to the terrible persecutions wrought by the beast and by the warmongering of those who precede him.

The headquarters of both the Eastern Orthodox church and the Roman Catholic church will fall into the Beast's hands and come under his personal control.

These two churches have populations in the affected areas which are, today, immense. The Greek church alone, for instance, lists 300 million Christians in areas that stand squarely in the Rebel's path, and almost all of these will eventually fall under the control of his forces.

Another 200 million Protestants and perhaps 65% of all Roman Catholics (over 600 million) will also fall under the dominion of the Rebel's armies.

In all, the forces of the beast will one day occupy territory which now claims a Christian population of over one billion people.

These numbers show the terrible dimensions of the tribulation that the world's apostasy is now building.

With his forces firmly in control of the Vatican, and blocked from access to the Jews, the Rebel will launch a furious offensive against the Christian House of Israel in Europe.

Before the Rebel kills everyone, however, the Lord will intervene and crush his armies, raising the entire population on earth to Judgment to answer for all this mayhem -- for all the evil that has been perpetrated against the children of God.

And when that day occurs, only those who have remained faithful to the commandments of Jesus Christ will survive.

The Last Days of Babylon

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