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Biblical Scholar Identifies Prophetic Fulfillment in Actions of Donald Trump

The study of biblical prophecy can become a life-long project and joy. It can also be the source of much confusion and even controversy. As anyone knows who has spent much time studying the doctrine of eschatology, or last things, there is considerable debate over the proper way to interpret these Scriptures. This debate exists even among evangelical Christians who hold to the inerrancy of the Bible. Such is the difficulty of the task.

While a study of the end times is not the purpose of this article, it is helpful to understand the context of where our discussion will go. A proper study of eschatology requires the harmonizing of relevant passages from both the Old and New Testaments. Just reading Revelation doesn’t cut it. Scriptures that inform this study are scattered throughout the Bible, although some books address the topic more thoroughly.

Another decision the interpreter encounters is determining when passages are meant to be taken literally and when they are symbolic. Or maybe even both. Figures of speech are used, just as we use them in our normal conversations. How should those be interpreted? More to the point of this article, how should we take the numbers that are used in prophetic passages? Again, even those evangelicals who uphold the doctrine of inerrancy can still differ, hopefully in a friendly way, on the proper methods of interpretation.

When people hear of prophecies, they typically think of esoteric information predicting future events. That’s one valid way of looking at it, and there are no shortage of those considered to be prophets. Nostradamus comes to mind, as do others from various cultures and religions.

When a Christian speaks of prophecy, he is typically talking about matters relating to future things, often things at the time of the end such as the return of Christ, the last judgement, and the new heavens and Earth. In a broader sense, the term “prophecy” refers to the speaking forth of the things of God.

So serious was this matter taken in Old Testament times among the Jews, that someone who claimed to be a prophet of God was held to an incredibly high standard. If he had truly heard from God, then his prophecy must be true since God knows all and cannot lie.  Hence, if his prophecy turned out to be false, then he had not heard from God, was thus a false prophet, and was executed.

As mentioned earlier, numbers in the Bible do pay a very important part in understanding biblical prophecy. And that’s where we pick up our story.

Are Israel, Jerusalem, Donald Trump, the number “seven,” and our embassy in Israel all connected to Bible prophecy?

One scholar believes so.

Are these things just convenient coincidences? Or is this author correct in his findings? Put more plainly, are we approaching the “end times?”

People, you better buckle up because things are about to become unglued. For well over a year now, we here at NTEB [Now the End Begins] have been telling you that Donald Trump is God’s man for the White House, and that Bible prophecy would be fulfilled in the process.

That’s a pretty incredible statement. It’s also supported by an apparently amazing confluence of occurrences, largely surrounding the number seven, or perhaps 70 — numbers that our author believes are of great significance, stating that, “God likes to orchestrate events relating to Israel around the number 70.” For example, from the book of Jeremiah foretelling the Babylonian captivity of the Jews as well as its end:

“And this whole land shall be a desolation, and an astonishment; and these nations shall serve the king of Babylon seventy years. And it shall come to pass, when seventy years are accomplished, that I will punish the king of Babylon, and that nation, saith the LORD, for their iniquity, and the land of the Chaldeans, and will make it perpetual desolations.” Jeremiah 25:11,12 (KJV)

Using that and other references to demonstrate the significance of the number 70, he then addresses current events.

On May 14, 2018, Israel will have been officially regathered, in fulfillment of Bible prophecy, for exactly 70 years. In 70 AD, Israel was destroyed by the Romans and the Temple stones toppled to the ground exactly as Jesus said it would happen. When you subtract 70 AD from 2018 AD, where does that leave you? It leaves you square in 1948 AD [went Israel became a nation again]. Please pause here and allow that thought to sink in for a moment.

Donald Trump was born on June 14, 1946. If you move ahead 70 years from that date, that brings you to June 14, 2016. Moving forward another seven months brings you to Jan. 14, 2017, and moving forward another seven days brings you to Jan. 21, 2017. This is happening in the year 5777 according to the Jewish calendar.

And if Donald Trump wins the election, Jan. 21 will be his first full day in office. Of course Trump would be inaugurated on Jan. 20, but he would only be president for part of that day. So that means that Donald Trump would be 70 years, seven months and seven days old on his first full day as president of the United States. Please pause here as well, and allow that thought to sink in for a moment.

Now our author gets specific regarding his interpretation of the prophetic scriptures.

All this brings us to our last point, and here it is. One of the many campaign promises that Donald Trump has made is that he will move the US Embassy in Israel from its current location in Tel Aviv, to its new location in Jerusalem in accordance with the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995. By doing that, the United States will recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and thus set off the Psalm 83 War as found in the Bible.

“They have said, Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation; that the name of Israel may be no more in remembrance. For they have consulted together with one consent: they are confederate against thee:” Psalm 83:4,5 (KJV)

For it is Jerusalem, what the Bible calls the “apple of God’s eye”, that the real battle will be fought over. Why do you think that the Palestinians have always rejected the so-called Two State Solution? Because that solution calls for Jerusalem and the Temple Mount to stay with Israel, and the Muslims will not stand for that.

“Behold, I will make Jerusalem a cup of trembling unto all the people round about, when they shall be in the siege both against Judah and against Jerusalem. And in that day will I make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people: all that burden themselves with it shall be cut in pieces, though all the people of the earth be gathered together against it.” Zechariah 12:2,3 (KJV)

Completing his understanding of current events and their relationship to Donald Trump and prophetic passages in the scriptures, this prophecy student and author makes these closing comments:

This election is going to usher in a time of amazing fulfillment of Bible prophecy. It is no coincidence of any kind that Donald Trump will be 70 years, 7 months and 7 days old on his first full day in office. It is not luck, fortune, happenstance or karma that he beat his 16 competitors for the nomination. As I have said for over a year now, Donald Trump is God’s man for “such a time as this”, and that we are living in the days of visible fulfillment of Bible prophecy.

As we started our radio show on this topic on this past Sunday night, do you know what the headline story on the Jerusalem Post website was? It was this:

Ivanka Trump says her father will move US embassy to Jerusalem ‘100%’ if elected

If Donald Trump becomes President on Tuesday, as I believe with all my heart he will, then you better start thinking about the time of Jacob’s trouble beginning sometime on or around May of 2018. That means the Rapture of the Church will have to happen before that. Please pause here as well, and allow that thought to sink in for a moment.

Are YOU ready for what comes next? Because, brothers and sisters, it sure looks like it’s coming.

Convenient coincidences relating to dates and numbers, or a reliable prophecy pointing to future events? That’s for your consideration and decision.

From TAA.