Apocalypse – Why Now

Why Apocalypse Now? Why not Apocalypse Later?

There are more than a few reasons, and you need to listen to them carefully. Firstly, Satan needs to be able to control an entire planet, and that requires a vast amount of limited resources – resources that are dwindling. Second, there’s a prophecy time clock that’s ticking away, and approaching zero. Third, we are reaching a level of technology that is giving us the ability to remake and reshape Creation.

And, with the amount of evil in the world today, do you honestly believe that God is going to allow our decadent civilization to continue much longer?

The Lord would have to apologize to Sodom, Gomorrah and the builders of the Tower of Babel.

Limited Resources

This really is a new one for me. Yes, I understood the technicalities of the problem, but not the full implications. Two years ago it was a blip on my ‘radar’ that quickly disappeared as other issues raised their ugly heads. But, those implications… are startling.

Can you honestly look at the implications of a dwindling access to resources and NOT see the parallels to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse?

Especially, when you add in the Satanic influence of the Illuminati and other NWO elements.

This is Satan’s last big chance, and maybe his only chance, to rule the world. You can bet that he’s going to take it. It might be another thousand years before he has another chance.

At no time in the history of the world has there been a time like this.

Prophecy Clock

Everyone who has studied the prophecies of the Last Days knows about the ‘Prophecy Clock’. Most won’t call it that. Most don’t even want to acknowledge that we are in the midst of a count-down to the coming of the Antichrist and global devastation. But, we know about this ‘count-down’ and it begins with the capture of Jerusalem by the non-Gentiles.

In Luke 21, the disciples asked Jesus about the destruction of The Temple, and Jesus responded by describing the destruction that would come in AD 70. But, Jesus went on to describe the time of Exile, their return, and the Last Days – ending with His return. And, in one verse, Jesus describes the Fall of Jerusalem, 2000 years of Exile and the Return of Israel – all the while, laying down an important time marker. He says:

And they shall fall by the edge of the sword, and shall be led away captive into all nations: and Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the Gentiles, until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled.Luke 21:24

We will know that the ‘Age of the Gentiles’ are complete when Jerusalem is no longer controlled by the Gentiles.

Jesus then goes on to describe ‘The Last Days’, including His Return.

But, why do I call Luke 21:24 an important ‘time marker’?

Because of this passage:

So likewise ye, when ye see these things come to pass, know ye that the kingdom of God is nigh at hand. Verily I say unto you, This generation shall not pass away, till all be fulfilled.Luke 21:31-32

From the time of the capture of Jerusalem by the non-Gentiles (i.e., the Jews), a generational timer began. Before that ‘generational timer’ ends, Jesus will return.

I was born three months before that fateful day on June 7th, 1967, when Colonel Motti Gur cried out three words to General Narkis and to  world, “HaHar HaBayit B’Yadenu!” (The Temple mount is in our hands.) My generation will not pass before the return of Jesus.

Now, for those of you who want to claim that the Gentiles still control the Temple Mount, take a long hard look at this picture:

Who rules over the Temple Mount of Jerusalem?
Israeli police officers walk in front of the Dome of the Rock, on the Temple Mount.
March 17, 2010. (photo by REUTERS/Baz Ratner)

Those are Israeli policemen.

Do Gentiles rule over the Temple Mount?


So, the generational timer for the Last Days ticks on.

How much time is left?

Technology and Reshaping Creation

Everybody knows about the Tower of Babel. It was the first civilization after The Great Flood, and God destroyed it. The central reason for that is here:

And the Lord said, Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do.Genesis 11:6

And, what do we have today?

The same thing.

No. Actually, it’s worse.

We are developing technologies with the intent of reshaping and changing what God has created. We are attempting to remove guilt from our genetic makeup. We are creating synthetic DNA and synthetic life. And, we have become completely without morality.

In fact, the moral code of our society can summarized best by the most influential Satanist of the 20th century:

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law” – Aleister Crowley

Apocalypse Now

So, you have a choice. You can choose to ignore the evidence that lies before you. Or, you can, in the words of Jesus Christ…

Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man.Luke 21:36

Choose well.

3 thoughts on “Apocalypse – Why Now”

  1. I really do enjoy your daily writings. Very well done.
    Question about the picture – why didn’t you take a picture of the Palestinian Police as well? I went on the Temple Mount with a small group of expats almost every Thursday morning from 2009 to 2011. To those who haven’t had my opportunity it would seem that the ONLY police on the mount are Israelis. I can count the number of Jews who were allowed to go up on my fingers and toes – well, until 2012-2013. It seems like you are “tweeking” the numbers to prove a point, but just what point I’m not quit sure. Then there were the days when the Muslims had something brewing and were throwing rocks down on the crowds at the Kotel.

    • Hi Mary T Anderson,

      I actually work very hard to NEVER tweak numbers, at least not consciously.

      The point that I am trying to make is that Israel has complete and utter sovereignty over the Temple Mount, and it is Israeli law that governs every inch of it. Just as Taiwanese law governs every inch of my apartment – even though there are no Taiwanese policemen sitting in it.

      The fact that Israeli law governs every part of Jerusalem is a fulfillment of the prophecy in Luke 21:24, where Jesus said that ‘Jerusalem would no longer be trodden down by the gentiles’. The fact that this has been fulfilled indicates that we truly are in the Last Days.

      Too many Christians trot out badly formed theories to ‘prove’ that we aren’t in the Last Days – while giving themselves permission to sit back and do nothing. God is not impressed by theories.

      Thank you for giving me the opportunity to clarify that.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little


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