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Bible prophecy tells us that in 1798 (the year that America was "officially recognized" as a country by the rest of the world), a country would rise up out of a sparsely populated area, that would have both civil and religious liberty. It would start out "like a Lamb" (Christlike), but would end up "speaking like a dragon" (Satan). This is the country that Revelation describes as "the image to the Beast". This country will eventually force the rest of the world to obey the dictates of the First Beast. (a "beast" in Bible prophecy represents a government or world power). The point of contention will be over an issue of worship. The First Beast will want the world to worship ITS way, not God's way.

KiraJenLove, Yahoo Answers 40 Comments [12/28/2008 5:46:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Richard Bradshaw aka Steely Danorak
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Efrain

Like Christ-stains?

12/28/2008 5:47:59 AM

phaeton

chapter and verse please

12/28/2008 5:49:43 AM

WMDKitty

KiraJenHate needs to lay off the crack and acid.

12/28/2008 5:51:08 AM

DevilsChaplain

Yeah, um instead of these vague, half-assed attempts to make Biblical "prophecy" work, try giving me a quote from the Bible which says "United States of America" in it. Oh that's right, THERE IS NONE!

12/28/2008 6:06:25 AM

furtherfall

...And now we have President Bush and the Iraq War.
Prophecy fulfilled.
Not that it's much of a prophecy, considering the number of countries this could apply to.
If this is even in the bible, I want to know where it says 1798.

12/28/2008 6:30:52 AM

Jax

CITATION FUCKING NEEDED.

12/28/2008 7:56:52 AM

Marc

Um, no. No it doesn't.

12/28/2008 8:28:43 AM

Chris

"Bible prophecy tells us that in 1798"
The bible never makes any mention of the year 1798].

"a country would rise up out of a sparsely populated area"
[The bible maks no mention of such a country].

"that would have both civil and religious liberty."
[the bible makes no mention of either concept. In fact both the Hebrew & Christian testamanets would have considered religious liberty blasphemy].

"It would start out "like a Lamb" (Christlike), but would end up "speaking like a dragon" (Satan)."
[Once again the bible makes no mention of such a country].

You have a reall problem with the truth don't you KiraJenLove? Isn't lying a sin anymore?

12/28/2008 8:37:04 AM

Efrain

Lie: The Babble mentions the USA.
Fact:The Babble says it's a grave sin to add false statements to it.
Conclusion: KJL is going to hell.

12/28/2008 8:37:34 AM

Cassandra

Well, if the prophecy is pre-determined, what the heck can you do about it?

12/28/2008 8:47:51 AM

pete

Then where did all those morons, of the first millennium CE, get the belief that the Buy-bull said the Earth would end at midnight 999? That's right, Buy-bull prophesy.

Last time I looked 1798 is after 999. So you are either lying of insane. Or both.

12/28/2008 9:12:12 AM

Katsuro

"Bible prophecy tells us that in 1798"

The Bible got the date exactly right? Even though the calander has changed more than once since then? Wow, amazing!

12/28/2008 9:15:28 AM



When Revelation was written, nobody had a clue of what America was, ethnocentric idiot.

12/28/2008 9:33:28 AM

a mind far far away

Holy shit. You mean, after 25 years of being a christian, reading the bible from cover to cover more times than I can count, after all that, I was reading the wrong one? Because that is no where in any of my bibles. I even taught myself Greek and Hebrew, and read the bible in it's original languages, and nothing like that was in there. No wonder I'm not a christian anymore. I was using the wrong bible all along.

12/28/2008 10:44:45 AM

Percy Q. Shun

You fail on all counts.

Moron.

12/28/2008 10:51:37 AM

aaa

What?

12/28/2008 11:49:36 AM

Drax

Uh? Really? Chapter and verse, please?

12/28/2008 12:37:07 PM

Brain_In_A_Jar

Bible prophecy tells us that in 1798 (the year that America was "officially recognized" as a country by the rest of the world), a country would rise up out of a sparsely populated area, that would have both civil and religious liberty.

America was not "sparsely populated" at that time, and had only partial civil liberty until the end of slavery and institutional racism of the order of a century later.

12/28/2008 12:51:32 PM

John_in_Oz

"The Bible is literally true. When it says Beast it means Country."
I'll have 'cognitive dissonance' for $500.00 thanks Alex.

12/28/2008 1:25:13 PM

Mister Spak

"but would end up "speaking like a dragon" (Satan). This is the country that Revelation describes as "the image to the Beast". This country will eventually force the rest of the world to obey the dictates of the First Beast. (a "beast" in Bible prophecy represents a government or world power). The point of contention will be over an issue of worship. The First Beast will want the world to worship ITS way, not God's way."

But Bushco was removed from power. Does that mean the dragon is dead?


12/28/2008 2:03:38 PM

ozznova

America was sparsely populated, yeah . . . but you're calling America "the image to the Beast."

America was recognized by France and Spain a lot earlier than 1798, probably by a lot of the German mini-states a lot sooner. And Jefferson was at the same time the minister to France, Sweden, and a whole host of other countries.

Why do you hate America? Why do you fail American history?

12/28/2008 2:18:01 PM

fundiesRtehlulz

a sparsely populated area

I guess red people aren't really people according to god.

12/28/2008 3:06:40 PM

MrsYoungie

"It would start out like a lamb" - in what way is a country that started with a revolutionary war "lamb-like"?

12/28/2008 3:20:23 PM

Affine Connection

bullshit

12/28/2008 3:22:05 PM

Lucretius

An example of Biblical Prophecy

"At some time in the future something will happen, that some people will like and other people will hate!"

12/28/2008 3:34:56 PM
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