The 'New World Order': In The Land Of The Blind, The One-Eyed Will Be King!
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The New World Order
It's An Evil And Sinister Conspiracy That Involves Very Rich And Powerful People Who Mastermind Events And Control World Affairs Through Governments And Corporations And Are Plotting Mass Population Reduction And The Emergence Of A Totalitarian World Government!     By Using Occult Secret Societies Along With The Power Of LUCIFER The ILLUMINATI Will Bring All Of The Nations Of This World Together As One.

In The Land Of The Blind, The One-Eyed Will Be King!

The Coming Antichrist 

Like Hitler the antichrist will "have a mouth that will speak very great things, and his look will be more imposing than his fellows." He will think to change times and laws and is referred to as "The King of fierce countenance" who shall "have an understanding of dark sentences." Daniel 7:20, 25; 8:23

Because of this man all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, will be forced to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads, so that no one may buy or sell except one who has the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Rev 13:16-17

Who, or what, is the Antichrist? Evil alliance, or sinister individual?  The Bible prophecies teach this antichrist power will play a crucial role in the final events of earth's history.

In prophecy, God uses beasts to symbolize nations. Daniel 7 As the chapter begins, Daniel sees four beasts coming up out of the sea. In prophecy, what does a beast represent? What does the sea represent? "The fourth beast shall be the fourth kingdom upon the earth."  "The waters ... are peoples, and multitudes, and nations, and tongues." Revelation 17:15.  Beasts represent kingdoms or nations. Water represents multitudes of people or large populations. The lion beast of Daniel 7 represents the empire of Babylon.  

The four beasts of Daniel 7 represent the four world kingdoms (verses 17, 18). Babylon, the first kingdom (Daniel 2:38, 39), is represented as a lion in Daniel 7:4. 

The bear with three ribs in its mouth symbolizes Medo-Persia.   Notice that the beasts in chapter 8 are parallel those in chapter 7. Daniel 8:20 specifically names Medo-Persia as the kingdom that precedes the rough goat, or Greece, of verse 21. It is the second world kingdom, the same power as the bear of Daniel 7. The empire was made up of two groups of people. The Medes came up first (represented in Daniel 7:5 by the bear coming up on one side), but the Persians eventually became stronger (represented in Daniel 8:3 by the ram's second horn which grew "higher," or taller). The three ribs represent the three principal powers conquered by Medo-Persia: Lydia, Babylon, and Egypt. 

The leopard beast of Daniel 7 represents the world kingdom of Greece. Greece, the third kingdom (Daniel 8:21), is the leopard with four wings and four heads (Daniel 7:6). What do the heads represent? What do the four wings represent? The four heads and the four wings represent the four kingdoms into which the empire of Alexander the Great was divided when he died. The four generals who headed these areas were: Cassander, Lysimachus, Ptolemy, and Seleucus.

The world empire of Rome is symbolized by the monster beast of Daniel chapter 7.  

In the Daniel 7 prophecy, what happens next?

"I considered the horns, and, behold, there came up among them another little horn, before whom there were three of the first horns plucked up by the roots: and, behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of man, and a mouth speaking great things." Daniel 7:8.

The "little horn" power appears next. We must identify it carefully because God takes more space describing it than the other four kingdoms combined. Why? Because the biblical characteristics identify it as the Antichrist of prophecy and history. There must be no mistake in making this identification.

The Bible says the Antichrist would persecute God's people.

Are there any clear identification?

Yes, God gives us the characteristics of Antichrist in Daniel 7 so we can be certain of his identity.

Now let's discover what these points are:

The "little horn" or "final kingdom" "came up among them" that is 10 horns which are possibly 10 kingdoms of Western Europe or 10 economic blocs
(Daniel 7:8)

So it would be that this little horn would have a man at its head who could speak for it (Daniel 7:8).  It would pluck up or uproot three kingdoms or economic blocks (Daniel 7:8).

It would be "diverse" or different from the other 10 kingdoms or economic blocks (Daniel 7:24).  It would make war with and "wear out" or persecute the saints (Daniel 7:21, 25). 

 It would emerge from the fourth kingdom (Daniel 7:7, 8).

God's people (the saints) would "be given into his hand" for "a time and times and the dividing of time" (3 1/2 years) the second half of the final seven year period.   (Daniel 7:25).

It would "speak great words against" or blaspheme God (Daniel 7:25).  In Revelation 13:5, the Bible says the same power speaks "great things and blasphemies."  It would "think to change times and laws." Daniel 7:25.

There is no doubt that the little horn power of Daniel chapter  7 is the antichrist.