giant_humans_5    Museums around the world have skeletons of giants which prove what the Bible  says about fallen angels having sex with human women and producing giant offspring.  ‘Greater Humans Stateside’ by greater ancestors.com lists skeletons of giants that can be seen in every part of the United States:

“There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown (Genesis 6: 4).”

Joshua and his army defeated enough of those giants to get Israel into the promise land.  But it wasn’t many years after the twelve tribes of Israel were well settled, when teenager David killed the giant Goliath with a sling shot.  After David became king, he and his soldiers slaughtered the remaining giants.

Museums and archeologists are replete with other evidence supporting Biblical accounts.  But for Christian believers, sight is not faith (2 Corinthians 5: 7).  What the Bible says must be believed.  And in these last days, believers must delve deeper into God’s Word to understand today’s headlines.

For instance, today’s news carries so much about Iraq, Iran, and Syria––sometimes involving their deep disdain for Israel. Believers should know that each of those countries once enslaved the Old Testament Israelites.  And that the same oppressions of Israel continued during Greek and Roman empires.

In the Bible, Iraq is referred to as Babylon––see especially Jeremiah’s detailed account of Judah’s slipping into slaverythearabworld in Babylon. Also in Scripture, Iran is Persia––as in the land of the Medes and Persians which Daniel speaks of as defeating Babylon and taking over rulership of Israel.

Biblical and secular historians agree that the Bible’s references to Assyria in 2 Kings and 1 Chronicles is the same as today’s Syria.  They also agree that by the time of the New Testament, nations within the Greek and Roman empires greatly persecuted both Jews, and the newly emerging Christians.  However, Greece provided the language of the New Testament and Rome’s well-engineered roads facilitated travel for apostles and disciples to take the Gospel to the known world.

All of these historical Bible books also include prophecies about these nations and their treatment of Israel in these end times. And those prophecies weld into New Testament books about end-time events, especially in Revelations.

Rulers of those nations, in their present and historical joint empirical structures, along with their major religious beliefs and practices, carry unending hatred of Israel. All of this is unfolding in today’s news headlines.  And these headlines point to the totality of the soon-coming World War III.

Christians must understand that all Biblical prophesies will come to past:  “And he said unto me, These sayings are faithful and true: and the Lord God of the holy prophets sent his angel to shew unto his servants the things which must shortly be done (Revelation 22: 6).”

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