Gaddafi, Revelation 11, and Mobile Phones


Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi
Again, the news surrounding the death of Gaddafi reminds me of a bible passage, Revelation chapter 11.

He was buried today after being on public display for four days as Libyans lined up to view his battered body. Cell phone images circulated on the internet of the last minutes of his life.

In the period referred to as The Tribulation, God will send two witnesses who will perform many miracles. Then, God will allow these prophets to be killed. Their bodies will be left in a Jerusalem street for three and a half days, unburied and stared at by people from all over the world. This is certainly possible with the billions of cell phones in our world today. The Bible goes on to explain that people will celebrate their deaths for these two prophets’ message and miracles trouble the conscience of everyone left on the earth.

Then, after three and a half days, the Living Spirit of God will enter them—they’re on their feet!—and all those gloating spectators will be scared to death. I heard a strong voice out of Heaven calling, “Come up here!” and up they went to Heaven, wrapped in a cloud, their enemies watching it all. At that moment there was a gigantic earthquake—a tenth of the city fell to ruin, seven thousand perished in the earthquake, the rest frightened to the core of their being, frightened into giving honor to the God-of-Heaven.

Don’t wait; learn Who Jesus is today.

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3 responses to “Gaddafi, Revelation 11, and Mobile Phones

  1. Impressive! God has given you wisdom. But do you know what Osama and Gadaffi witnessed? Also consider the earthquake in Japan that killed approximately 7100 people.

    • Thank you, Owen. It’s interesting that the internet and mobile phones will likely be available to most of the world’s population in a matter of years.

      You may also want to read a post I did on the earthquake in Japan compared to Job 9. Thank you, as well, for reminding me of the tragic loss of life in Japan.

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