Zero Hedge: “All the Dachaus must remain standing. The Dachaus, the Belsens, the Buchenwald, the Auschwitzes—all of them. They must remain standing because they are a monument to a moment in time when some men decided to turn the Earth into a graveyard. Into it they shoveled all of their reason, their logic, their knowledge, but worst of all, their conscience. And the moment we forget this, the moment we cease to be haunted by its remembrance, then we become the gravediggers.”
– Rod Serling, Deaths-Head Revisited
In the politically charged, polarizing tug-of-war that is the debate over COVID-19, we find ourselves buffeted by fear over a viral pandemic that continues to wreak havoc with lives and the economy, threats of vaccine mandates and financial penalties for noncompliance, and discord over how to legislate the public good without sacrificing individual liberty.
The discord is getting more discordant by the day.
Just recently, for instance, the Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board suggested that government officials should mandate mass vaccinations and deploy the National Guard “to ensure that people without proof of vaccination would not be allowed, well, anywhere.”
In other words, lock up the unvaccinated and use the military to determine who gets to be “free.”
These tactics have been used before.
This is why significant numbers of people are worried: because this is the slippery slope that starts with well-meaning intentions for the greater good and ends with tyrannical abuses no one should tolerate. Read More …
Opinion: The work we do at Prophecy Tracker is to shine a light on what has been written by ancient Jewish prophets as it relates to current day events.
Newsflash: A time of God’s wrath is coming
“For then there will be great tribulation, such as has not been since the beginning of the world until this time, no, nor ever shall be.” (Matthew 24:21)
When the Scriptures are looked at in dispensations, or segments of time, in which God deals with man in different ways, a chronology complete with clues becomes easily understandable.
There are 7 Dispensations from Genesis to Revelation, representing God’s interaction with man at different periods of time:
- Innocence: Creation to the fall (Gen. 1 – 3) (Gen. 1:27-28)
- Conscience: Fall to the flood (Gen. 4 – 8)
- Human Government: Exit from the Ark to Abraham (Gen. 9 – 11) (Gen. 9:6)
- Promise: Abraham to the Law (Gen. 12 – Ex. 19)
- Law: Ten Commandments to Calvary (Ex. 20 – Acts 1)
- Grace: Pentecost to the Rapture (Acts 2 – Rev. 4:1) (Rom. 6:14; Eph. 2:8-9)
(7 years of tribulation)
7. Millennial Kingdom Age: Imprisonment of Satan to the Great White Throne Judgment (Rev. 20)
So, where we are today is easy to see if we view the dispensations in the time frame of creation, or 7000 years …
- Dispensation 1-3 Creation to Abraham = 2000 years
- Dispensation 4-5 = Abraham to Calvary = 2000 years
- Dispensation 6 (Church Age) Pentecost to the Rapture = 2000 years
- Dispensation 7 = 1000 years of rest = 7000 years in total
… simple math places us near the end of the Church age and near the rapture.
While the Church age ends with the Rapture (1. Pre Tribulation), it doesn’t signal the beginning of a new age. The 7 year tribulation is inserted between the Church age and the Millennial Reign of Christ on earth. The final age is the Millennium Kingdom Age found in Revelation 20:1-3.
What is the next prophecy?