Iran’s Future Link with Russia

Visitor Dr. Jimmy DeYoung as well as Dr. John Ankerberg check out Ezekiel 38 as well as the union of countries that this flow educates will certainly come versus the country of Israel. Today’s program concentrates on the country that Dr. Henry Kissinger calls extra unsafe compared to ISIS: Iran.


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  1. Muslim Doesn't worship Kabba— Kabba is just direction of worship ….JESUS WORSHIP GOD SAME LIKE MUSLIM (MATHEW 26:39) Muslim only worship one God of Adam Abraham moses jesus & Muhammed. islam says " Future coming of JESUS (PBUH) son of mary will be identify by Mahdi same as Jesus was identify by John the BAPTIST (yahya)2000Yrs ago " Israel IS BIRTH PLACE OF CHRISTIANITY — JESUS WILL NEVER SUPPORT ISRAEL AS JESUS DENYING JEWISH STATE *** …… This are Paid PEOPLE from SYNAGOGUE OF SATAN & GOD WARNED US ABOUT THIS jesus denying ZIONIST ( who love jews & Israel more then jesus & gospel ) IN MATTHEW 7:22. [ Matthew 7:22–23]
    " On that day many will say to me, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophecied in your name, and cast out demons in your name, and do many mighty works in your name?’ 23 And then will I declare to them, ‘I never knew you;  depart from me, you workers of lawlessness.’]


  2. Is there anything at all that De Young doesn't lie about? It's atrocious to see how a supposedly Christian show would feature this blatant political propaganda under the guise of "eschatology" and "prophecy". He is twisting everything in the Bible to make it fit in with the political agenda of his Israeli Jewish masters. The downright lies, half-truths, distortions and disinformation in De Young's presentation are so many that one doesn't even know where to begin. It starts right away when he opens his mouth. Within 30 seconds, we're mired in a bog of lies and concoctions. It's truly remarkable. In what follows, I can only scratch the surface of De Young's veritable snakepit of questionable and downright false assumptions, twisted readings of scripture, and so on. Taking them all apart and setting the record straight would require an entire dissertation.

    De Young starts off with the "rapture" theory, which was never part of Christian doctrine until American dispensationalists made it up in recent times. There is no real support for it in the Bible. It hinges on taking passages out of context, twisting and combining them to fit with the preconceived conclusion. Using this method, one can "prove" just about anything. Not only is the rapture un-biblical, but it also a dangerous doctrine in that it creates expectations amongst Christians that may not be fulfilled. What happens if there is no rapture? All pastors teaching it will see their credibility collapse, and their flocks will be left unprepared for the tribulation. Who knows? Maybe that's the very point of this highly questionable and controversial doctrine.

    More generally, De Young's approach to interpretation of prophecy in scripture is dangerously specific. To be fair, he is far from alone in using this approach. Much like with the rapture doctrine, it creates expectations that are predicated on a whole slew of assumptions, some of which are tenuous and may turn out to be false. This is the same mistake as the Pharisees made with respect to Jesus. They interpreted scripture in a way that created expectations of a political Messiah, a warlord who would rule the world with a rod of iron. When Jesus came, he didn't fit that picture, so they rejected him and had him crucified too.

    Judaism as we know it today emerged out of the Pharisaic school and evolved in parallel (and opposition) to Christianity in the first few centuries AD. Jesus lambasted the Pharisees as "snakes" and a "brood of vipers" (Matthew 23.33) and also the "children of the devil" (John 8.44). Their spiritual and intellectual descendants are De Young's Israeli Jewish buddies of today, from whom he takes his cues if not his pay and for whom he twists scripture to fit the prophetic message to their political agenda.

    The scriptural support for a seven-year tribulation period is also weak at best. It is predicated on a very specific and tenuous interpretation of the "seventieth week" of Daniel 9, which doesn't stand up to closer scrutiny. Yet De Young presents it as if it were self-evident, which in itself amounts to a gross distortion of what the Bible actually says. Daniel talks about "the anointed one" and "the ruler who will come", which De Young equates to the Antichrist of the end times. There is not much basis for this. 

    The Antichrist story emerges through combining passages from different books, which appear to be talking about the same person in the end times. There is the "little horn" of Daniel 7, the "king of the south" of Daniel 11, the "man of lawlessness" of 2 Thessalonians 2, and also the "mouth of the beast" of Revelation 13. We've already mentioned the "anointed one" or "coming ruler" of Daniel 9. The only place where the Antichrist is mentioned as such is John's epistles. How can we be sure that these characters refer to the same person?

    Back to Daniel 9. In verse 26, we read that "the people of the ruler who will come will destroy the city and the sanctuary." The most obvious interpretation is that this refers to the Romans destroying the temple in AD 70. As for the ruler to come, we read "the Anointed One will be put to death and will have nothing" and, in verse 27, "He will confirm a covenant with many for one week. In the middle of the week he will put an end to sacrifice and offering." Well, Jesus Christ first declared a new covenant, then confirmed it when he died on the cross. Because Jesus was the ultimate sacrificial lamb, his crucifixion also put an end to all other sacrifices and offerings. The crucifixion happens in the middle of the seventieth week, which leaves half a week (= 3.5 years = 42 months = 1260 days) for the end times, as detailed in Revelation. So the question here is to whom this "anointed one" or "ruler to come" refers? Is the Antichrist or is it Christ?

    The passage about the "abomination of desolation" in verse 27 comes out differently in different translations. For example, in RSV, the one who causes the abomination is not the same person as the "anointed one". It reads: "for half of the week he shall cause sacrifice and offering to cease; and upon the wing of abominations shall come one who makes desolate, until the decreed end is poured out on the desolator." The anointed one and the desolator are not the same person.

    Another variant is given in NIV: "And one who causes desolation will come upon the wing of the abominable temple, until the end that is decreed is poured out on the desolated city." Again the desolator is a different person than the "anointed one". What is more, the temple itself is the abomination, and the city of Jerusalem is the "desolated city". This variant also fits perfectly with Revelation 11.8, where Jerusalem is referred to as "Sodom and Egypt".

    If anything, the "anointed one" of Daniel's seventieth week refers to Christ himself, and the desolator, who will set up the abomination, is a different person and may refer to the Antichrist.

    Also note that the seventieth week is split in the middle, with the first three-and-a-half years referring to Christ's ministry, and the second half, to the tribulation of the end times, as detailed in Revelation 11 and onwards.

    Again, the only books that actually use the term "antichrist" are John's epistles, which also define an antichrist as "whoever denies that Jesus is the Christ" (1 John 2.22). That would include all Jews, but also all atheists. It would however not include Muslims, who actually believe that Jesus is the Christ (Messiah), even if they don't recognise him as the Son of God, but only as the Son of Mary. The Antichrist could be a Jew or an atheist, but he couldn't be a Muslim.

    Another little-discussed thing about the Antichrist is the hint given in 1 John 2.18-19, which says "you have heard that the antichrist is coming, even now many antichrists have come." The uppercase Antichrist will just be the last, and presumably worst, in a long series of lowercase antichrists, who "went out from us, but they did not really belong to us."

    What this says is that the antichrists are false Christians, i.e. those (mainly Jews) who refused to acknowledge Jesus as Messiah. They are also the "synagogue of Satan" talked about in Revelation 2.9 and 3.9. True Christians, of course, are those who recognise that Jesus is the Christ. They are the "woman's seed" of Genesis 3.15 and Revelation 12.17 and "God's people" of e.g. Revelation 14, "who keep his commands and remain faithful to Jesus."

    (…to be continued right below)

  3. Now heres two guys that understand bible prophesies . I heard the name of the Mahdi being mentioned and I believe this is the Antichrist . According to the Koran Jesus will be with him , well we all know it will be a false Jesus and the false Jesus will point to him(Mahdi) and say he's the man and that Islam is the true religion and that I never died on the cross. He will probably say something on the lines of to cover for the Rapture that Allah's removed the blasphemers from the earth . I believe these are the two that it refers to in the book of Revelation as being the Antichrist and the False Prophet . This lines up alot more than people keep banging on with their silly nonsense about the Pope being the Antichrist, and if the Pope is the Antichrist who's his great Army?, his choir boys and how will the Pope behead those who wont worship him ? with a hymn sheet, and whos the Popes false Prophet then? you see this is just not Biblical is it, Am I sticking up for the Pope? Certainly not , I think he is a Wolf in Sheeps clothing, but a lot of videos Ive seen on You Tube just doesnt line up with the Word of God in the Bible. In Psalm 83 out of all of the Countries listed Italy is not mentioned only the Islamic Countries are mentioned so if you see videos on You Tube claiming the Pope is the Antichrist and Sunday worship is taking the Mark of the Beast I shouldnt even waste your time on this crap . Instead listen to these guys who know Bible Prophecies because they have done their research . God bless them .