A politician's Secret Service codename is “Renegade”. Is he Lucifer?
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2009 January 10
An article about the president elect of the US I read in an encyclopedia states: His assigned Secret Service codename is “Renegade”. Is he Lucifer? Read more:
The first thought I had after reading this piece of information and after finding out the exact meaning of the word (deutsch: Abtrünniger; something like turncoat) was to think about Lucifer and he having turned against God and wanting to become God.
Now Lucifer is mentioned in the Bible. His appearance in the Bible is confined to one place only and that is Isaiah 14:12:
How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!
Now this expression "cut down to the ground" reminds me of being banished into matter. His fall caused the creation of the physical world and this was to be his imprisonment. Now due to men's going in the wrong direction he has been loosened and will now try to win supremacy which will not work because in the end he will just again be cast into hardest matter, what the Bible calls abyss (NIV) or pit (KJV). His fate is described in Revelation 20:3:
And cast him into the bottomless pit, and shut him up, and set a seal upon him, that he should deceive the nations no more, till the thousand years should be fulfilled: after that he must be loosened a little season.
So the final result of his appearing is highly positive. It will be the rapture and the following thousand years of paradise. So his appearing is very good news - for those who do not side with him but side with Christ, the winner of this conflict.
So may be the countdown to rapture is really on.
So he will be cast into the pit that he should deceive the nations no more. So that is what he is going to do before he is cast into the pit: deceive the nations. And one nation that he is going to deceive is his own nation. We read more about this also in Isaiah, in Isaiah 14:20:
Thou shalt not be joined with them in burial, because thou hast destroyed thy land, and slain thy people: the seed of evildoers shall never be renowned.
Read the whole chapter 14 of Isaiah, there are some more highly interesting details of what we can expect. For example there are details about what happened to Israel just recently and what is going to happen to it. But here in verse 20 we can see what is going to happen to Lucifer's own country and own people, the land will be destroyed and the people slain - by him.
Another interesting verse in Isaiah 14 is verse 4: "That thou shalt take up this proverb against the king of Babylon, and say, How hath the oppressor ceased! the golden city ceased!"
So the 14th chapter of Isaiah is something like a satirical song about the king of Babylon.
But who is the king of Babylon? In the year 2003 Iraq, where Babylon is located, was conquered by US-led forces and so their leader is now in charge of that country and therefore something like a king. So this prophecy about the king of Babylon might be a prophecy about a future president of the US.
It is probably a good idea to keep reading these kind of prophecies and the more history unfolds the more interesting the whole thing becomes.
In Isaiah 14 Babylon is cast as an enemy of Israel. Since the reestablishment of Israel in the year 1948 the USA has been the main supporter of this country. But is this policy of the USA carved in stone? What if the US changes policies and uses its presence in Iraq as a base to oppose Israel, may be together with some other countries with which it forms an alliance.
Israel has nuclear weapons and can defend itself against attackers that are of similar strength or that are weaker. But what will happen when it is attacked by a group of states that includes one or several countries that are world powers? There the availability of such weapons would not help very much its deployment would rather look like a suicide attempt. In such a situation the fate of Israel would not look too good - from a worldly point of few. But then the leaders of that country would do well if they would consider their history because their long history is full of such situations where the wiping out of that nation seemed unavoidable and still it never happened. There are quite a number of stories in the Bible that paint a picture where Israel seemed to be in an inescapable trap but God was always much stronger than the strongest enemy.
Such a miraculous escape might stir up a couple of Israelis and they might discover who their Messiah really is and turn to him and may be also some people outside of Israel will wake up.
Now the big looser could therefore be the attacker and mainly his country and the people of his country - as it is indicated in Isaiah 14:20 mentioned above. But then this leader could have advanced to a position where he is more a leader of the world than a leader of his country and make use of the chaos that follows to really establish himself as a leader of the world and when that happens then he will not only cause his country and his people to be destroyed but the whole world.
Now the people who die due to the intervention of God to end this mentioned conflict will die an unnatural death but their fate is much better than that of those people who are destroyed at the end of the world, at the day of judgement. The first ones will die prematurely in an earth upheaval, but their souls will go to the spiritual sphere and will experience that what people experience who die every day. But the people who will perish at the end of the days will not have this advantage because they will be "cast into the pit" and that means that they will be embodied into hard matter and will spend eternities there until they decide that they have enough and turn around. They will meet the same fate as Satan himself.
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