Prophecy: Jesus Said These Events Are Indicators of His Imminent Return
Rumors of wars, monkeypox, escalating tensions, division and confusion are all running rampant across the world stage right now at a rate that is unprecedented. Military analysts are saying that we are now entering into World War III, and we are looking at the destabilization of global economies.
Monday night, President Donald Trump announced a raid on his Mar-A-Lago home in Palm Beach, Florida. "These are dark times for our nation," Trump wrote. Americans nationwide are continuing to wonder.
"This sort of move requires serious levels of trust by the American public in its institutions," Political Commentator Ben Shapiro tweeted. Shapiro continued to say, "That trust no longer exists. If those institutions fail yet again, and target the leader of Joe Biden's political opposition in doing so, this looks like banana republic stuff."
This may be a surprise and a shock to most people in the world who haven't read the Bible. We are watching a dismantling of decent society on a global scale right before our eyes. But the Bible talks clearly about each of these global events and their leading to the return of Jesus Christ.
"As many have said, if America fails, where can the rest of the world turn? And did you know—that falls right in line with biblical prophecy, this world must come to a point where people look around for hope," Pastor Jack Hibbs said in a recent message at Calvary Chapel Chino Hills.
On top of the current political crisis in America, North Korea is set to conduct its seventh nuclear test and its first since January of 2017. China has sent dozens of warplanes into the skies near Taiwan, and Russia and Iran are working together in reported plights against Israel.
All followers of Jesus, be encouraged, "as believers we don't live in fear, we don't know the day or the hour," Hibbs says.
These are the moments in history that have been prophesied about in scripture thousands of years ago. In Revelation 13, you can read about the global unification, or what many are referring to today as "The Great Reset," where all the world's major players come together for a globalist agenda.
Isaiah 5:20 reads, "Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter." In speaking about the end times, Jesus said, "But as the days of Noah were, so also will be the coming of the Son of Man be" (Matt. 24:37).
In the days of Noah, as described in Genesis 6, people were acting wickedly and the intent of the hearts of men were only evil. The Bible says that the earth was corrupt before God, and filled with violence. In our current state, violence is rampant throughout the earth.
People who live and work in New York City are afraid to ride public transit because of the uptick in violence. The evil intentions of men are apparent through the scheming of globalist agendas, and wars and rumors of war consistently happening.
"Jesus said there is going to be a time of insane, confused, abhorrent sexuality on the face of the earth and that's an indicator of my return," Hibbs said. Jesus Christ, the Son of God, poured out His life on the cross through His blood that we may know Him and be the redeemed of the earth.
Hibbs proclaiming on stage, "Can you see that you need Him so badly?" Just as the heroes of faith lived by faith, faith in eternal life, we do the same by looking to a country of our own, as the Bible says, "a better country—a heavenly one."
Pastors like Hibbs are saying that now is the time for the church to stand up for what God has said. Hibbs warns the church, "Don't let anyone ever tell you there is a separation from religion and politics. I think Satan invented that statement."
Shelby Lindsay is an assistant editor for Charisma Media.