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In part 1, part 2 and part 3 of this series I drew the following conclusions based on the prophetic teachings of Jesus, and of His prophets and apostles throughout the Bible. The following facts emerge from the questions that the disciples asked Jesus in the above quoted scripture.
1. THE WORLD IS GOING TO END / The disciples took for granted the fact that the world was going to end, what they inquired from Jesus was to clarify the following points regarding the end of the world:
2. THE TIMING / ‘When shall these things be’ was the question that was posed to Jesus? In response to that question Jesus gave a whole series of signs that will be listed and detailed throughout this series.
3. THE SIGNS OF THE END / The signs that the disciples desired of Jesus were meant first of all to show us that the return of Jesus was near, which in turn would indicate that the end of the world was also near.
So the return of Jesus to this Earth is intricately connected to the end of the world. The world must end before Jesus will return; this old system must give way to the new, so it can be surmised that the very fact that Jesus will be returning soon is the same cause for which the world will come to an end. As proven in previous segments the term, ‘the end of the world’ does not mean the end of the planet Earth. However the fact remains that there will be catastrophic destruction of much of the planet itself, and loss of human life on an unprecedented scale as the prophesied events begin to happen in earnest. As concluded in previous segments the events that comprise the end of the world may last up to 40 years and will occur in phases of ever increasing magnitude and severity. From one phase to the next the world will hardly have time to catch its breath when the next phase will be upon them. As an aside the end of the world does not mean the end of all human life on the planet either; mankind does indeed have an expiry date but that is yet in the future. Adamic flesh and blood was not destined for eternal existence from the very beginning. The reign of Adam and his children on Earth has a fixed amount of time allotted to it, and it seems that we are close to the end of the age of Adam and his children. Therefore the end of the world also means the end of the age of man, and ultimately of man himself for it is written that ‘flesh and blood cannot inherit the Kingdom of God (1 Corinthians 15:50)
In part 3 I wrote that the catastrophes that will befall this world during the times may be divided into three categories:
· Manmade catastrophes – Economic collapse leading to warfare, which in turn would lead to famine and pestilential diseases such as the Spanish flu after WW1.
· Natural catastrophes – Earthquakes, volcanoes, powerful storms, tsunamis, and asteroid or meteor impacts.
· Supernatural catastrophes – This category presently resides on the fringes of society in Ufology and those who believe in the Alien / ET phenomenon. The fact is that non – human intelligences occupy dimensions that occupy the same space that man occupies. The veil that separates the various dimensions will be removed to reveal the hidden masters of history; in turn these ‘entities’ will interact openly with man and will bring about much destruction and loss of life on Earth.