Sunday, November 16, 2014
False Prophet – Part 33 of Riddles, Enigmas & Esoteric Imagery of Revelation
The great religions of the world and their apostasy is clearly defined in the Revelation through riddles, metaphorical language and esoteric imagery. Once we define the mysterious language the riddle is solved, and the message appears clearly and decisively. Jesus Christ desired that we understand who is our enemy, so that we could be prepared to stand without faltering, despite suffering persecution, and even martyrdom for His cause.
Jesus devoted an exceptional amount of space in the Revelation to describe the Locust Army, because He wants us to know who they are, where they will rule and how to awaken people to their devious plans and purposes to destroy all who will not ‘bow the knee’ to their moon god. Jesus knew the Locust Army would eventually become over a billon strong, and through intimidation, violence and murder would seek to eliminate all Christians and Jews.
Chapter 16 of Revelation correlates with chapter 9 because it gives more details regarding the invasion of the Locust Army after God allowed them to infiltrate the governments of the developed world. This chapter describes the bowl judgments – wrath of God – poured out onto an immoral and idolatrous world. Throughout the Bible, God used His enemies to chastise His kids.
Then the sixth angel poured out his bowl on the great river Euphrates, and its water was dried up, so that the way of the kings from the east might be prepared…Rev. 16:12. The sixth angel poured out his judgment on the river Euphrates, causing it to dry up, symbolizing that God has permitted the Locust Army – kings – to take their terror across the planet, no longer confined in the east.
God had confined this virulent false religious doctrine to the river Euphrates territory for centuries, but during the bowl judgments He is giving them permission to infect the whole world. This is His judgment on the gross and blatant sins of His Church in the twenty-first century.
And I saw three unclean spirits like frogs coming out of the mouth of the dragon, out of the mouth of the beast, and out of the mouth of the false prophet…Rev. 16:13. Who is the dragon, the beast, and the false prophet? This is a riddle – but solvable.
Dragon – symbolizes Satan in scripture – power and authority behind all false religious doctrines of demons on planet earth. Beast – symbolizes a kingdom or empire – political governing system. False prophet – the leader of the Locust Army – political governing system of this virulent false religious doctrine that is spreading like wild fire in every nation of the earth. They call themselves – religion of peace, – while lobbing of the heads of thousands of resisters to their doctrine of demons.
Frog Symbolism – The unclean spirits coming out of the mouths of the dragon, the beast, and the false prophet are depicted as frogs. To understand this symbolism more clearly we must look at the habit of frogs in nature. In the natural world when flood waters recede, marshes are created. It is in these marshes where frogs are spawned. As they mature, they eventually leave the marshes to invade dry ground.
The false religious political government that was ‘spawned’ in the geographical area of the river Euphrates, out of the depraved, revengeful imaginations of one man – the Prophet – is now being spread across the planet by the Locust Army…Rev. 9:3-10.
The metaphorical frog symbolism explains the proliferation of the Locust Army, during the events of the sixth bowl judgments. Metaphorically, the river Euphrates dries up, leaving dry ground for the kings of the east to travel across the globe and invade more nations with their violent false religious doctrine.
For they are spirits of demons, performing signs, which go out to the kings of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them to the battle of the great day of the almighty…Rev. 16:14. The power source of the kings is the spirits of demons and their father is Satan, symbolized by the dragon.
The dragon, the beast, and the false prophet gather them to the battle of the great day of the almighty. What does this symbolize? The Globalist leaders of developed nations have allowed the Prophet and his Locust army to settle in their countries, without requiring assimilation. As they grow bigger and stronger – a nation within a nation – the Locust Army now demands their religious rights. Empowered and embolden with preference from government leaders, they now have the audacity to believe they can quash Christianity – battle against Jesus Christ.
The Globalists are working toward a one-world central government, by destroying the sovereignty of all nations, so they have permitted the Locust Army to chase down, subdue, and force toadies of the world to submit to their whims and fantasies – or die. The Globalists have engaged an army that is so enraged with religious zeal and the righteous purpose of their Prophet, that they have no conscience regarding the horror they are inflicting on human beings who are made in the image of God.
So what is next? Stay tuned…
God’s sheep question the doctrines of men…sheeple follow without question…