Is Obama The Antichrist?

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The Holy Spirit confirmed to me what Jonathan Kleck, Clay Eudaly and many others in the Body of Christ have been saying regarding President Obama being the Antichrist.

Before you call me a kook, you have to watch this video by Jonathan Kleck and Clay Eudaly. It’s very interesting, to say the least, and pieces together a lot of prophetic events that looks as if they are ready to take place. You can watch Jonathan Kleck’s entire video series on the ‘Son Of Perdition’ by going to be4thefire.com

But Wait – Is Obama The Antichrist For Real??

People often say, “If Obama is the antichrist, then that would mean that we’re already well into End Time prophecy, which we’re clearly not. For starters, the mark of the beast hasn’t yet been instituted. How do you account for that?”

Well, I would respond that we seem to be very close, considering the provision for an RFID chip is in the Obamacare law. It reads, “H.R. 3200 section 2521, Pg. 1001, paragraph 1. The Secretary shall establish a national medical device registry (in this subsection referred to as the ‘registry’) to facilitate analysis of postmarket safety and outcomes data on each device that— ‘‘is or has been used in or on a patient; ‘‘and is— ‘‘a class III device; or ‘‘a class II device that is implantable, life-supporting, or life-sustaining.”

Here’s another objection.”But he’s already been president for 4 years and prophecy states that when he rises to power, he’s going to immediately start doing evil things.”

In terms of policy, I would argue that practically everything he’s done has been evil, but of course, that depends on what side of the political spectrum you’re on.

Before you start arguing the order of prophetic events, I would check out this post on avoiceinthewilderness.org regarding some of the clues surrounding who the antichrist will be based on the book of Revelations.

The point is, immediately following what the Bible calls the Gog Magog war (Iran, Russia etc.), which is going to be the nuclear war in the Middle-East that looks as if it’s about to happen right now, the antichrist will step forward and propose a seven year peace treaty with Israel, marking the beginning of the Tribulation.

This one simple fact from scripture tells us that the antichrist would have to already be in power for this to happen. He would also have to already be in a position to be the one to offer up this treaty.

Barack Obama as President of the United States is the only person who would satisfy both of these requirements, as he’s our current president and the U.S. has always been involved in the peace-making process between Israel and the Middle East. It would make sense that he would be the one to propose such a treaty.

That’s what all this Covenant Of Peoples is about, along with Secretary Of State John Kerry’s frequent trips to Israel to attempt to divide the land of Israel.

Now, if you watched the Jonathan Kleck video above, one of the tip-offs that President Obama may be the antichrist is the fact that many in the Body of Christ have had dreams and visions confirming this. Many are seeing him morph into a beast.

I myself had a dream about Barack Obama. This was about 2009 or so. It wasn’t a morphing dream, but I do remember having a very vivid dream about him. I was in a dark limousine with Barack Obama and he was on the phone with someone. I couldn’t see his face, but I knew it was him. I overheard his whole conversation.

He was saying a lot of secretive things to whoever was on the other end of the line. He seemed as if he was plotting something extremely evil and he didn’t care at all that people would get hurt.

After watching Jonathan and Clay’s video and praying on it, I felt the Holy Spirit confirm to me that everything in it is true.

The ramifications for this are huge because that would mean that the next prophetic event is set to be the Gog Magog nuclear war that elicits the Rapture of the Bride of Christ.

This means that everyone needs to repent of every last sin and make sure they are righteous in their spirit. Accepting the Lord Jesus as Lord is step one, but you also have to make sure that you don’t have any sins on you that would cause you to be left behind.

If you haven’t prayed this prayer already, you need to say, “Lord Jesus, forgive me for my sins. I lay them at the foot of the cross. I accept you as my Lord and Savior and I give my life to you. Holy Spirit, come into me and lead me in the direction that I should go. Thank you, Lord. In Jesus’ name. Amen.”

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  • Anon

    “I’ve concluded that the events of the Mark of the beast, Anti-Christ, and Tribulation will have many parallels to Hitler’s Holocaust.”

    Read this -> http://spiritlessons.com/Documents/Mark_of_the_Beast/RFID_vs_Islam.htm

  • Heuristic ALgorithm 9000

    Because, Dave, of COURSE the Mark of the Beast is a microchip.

    When does the Bible say ANYTHING about microchips?

    It doesn’t even have 666 imprinted on it. The RFID chip is actually meant to SAVE lives by identifying certain medical issues, not be some evil mark.

    Also, calling Obama the antichrist out of the blue is quite racist. It shocks me how much racism is around these days. And not just the microchip, but other things.

    • Anonymous

      Fuck you for calling racism. It’s not racism. His mom is white too.

    • Anonymous

      Seriously? Race has nothing to do with this. Nobody mentioned his race in this thread. This argument is actually quite logical, IMO. The main reason people hate on it is because they have an automatic bias against anything religious. If they hear anything related to Christianity then they just scoff and think “pfft. Jesus freak” But this author has a very good point. The wars in the middle east only encourage that obama will try to make peace. And besides, do you really think this article is 100% bull? Come on, do some research on the book of Revelation. This article is very convincing. Obama could very well be the antichrist.

  • Anonymous

    DJaxon is THE MAN.

  • Gemboy20

    we are in in the last days

  • Hanz Freuder

    The very fact that this site exists makes me think that people are quite stupid. Come all ye devote Christians, rain thine hate upon an Agnostic Obama Voter. Might as well bring your shotguns, trucks, and 6-packs of beer too.

    • Heuristic ALgorithm 9000

      I thought they also had misspelled “GAWD LUVZ KREASHIUNIZTS!!!!!!” signs.

  • djaxon

    The Bible is said to be full of prophesies but one main prophecy—the biggest and perhaps the most specific one—never came true.

    Jesus never came back again in the life time of his disciples and they died in vain waiting for him, for he never turned up as he promised.

    This one bursts the biggest bubble of all the prophesies.

    Moreover, he never sat upon David’s throne. There was no government upon his shoulders and he had no children.

    He was never named Immanuel and he was not buried among the wicked.

    Rob, how much time have you spent investigating the prophecy claims of Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, and all of the other religions?

    • http://eternalplanner.com Rob Rennie

      Hey DJ,

      Thanks for the comment. A few words of clarification.
      1) Since you referenced other faiths and their prophecy claims, it’s been shown that the Bible is the only Holy Book whose prophecy claims totaling over 300 hundred have all come true, except of course for the ones that are next on the list to be ticked (Jesus’ return, Gog Magog war, 7 year peace treaty, antichrist, mark of the beast etc.) but don’t worry, those are on the way. So just because other books have made prophetic claims doesn’t mean they’ve come true, as is the case with the Bible.

      2) The Lord Jesus will sit upon David’s throne during the Millennial Reign of Christ.

      3) I’m not sure what you’re referring to with the children, but I’ll look into it.

      4) Jesus was Emmanuel, which is translated ‘God with us’ in other words, ‘God in the flesh.’ So Jesus was Emmanuel. The Bible even says, ‘He will be called ‘Emmanuel.’

      • DJaxon

        You ignore the main point of my post. The prophecy said that Jesus would return in a generation. It’s been 2,000 years and he is still a no-show.

        A prophecy is not something that is interpreted after the fact as being fulfilled. It is a specific (not vague, or up to interpretation) prediction of something happening at a precise moment of time.

        The Onandaga Indians spoke of a time when the water will no longer be fit to drink from the streams. Islam also claims hundreds of fulfilled prophecies.

        And what about all of the things the bible got wrong, like bats being birds, pretty much all of Genesis being falsified, the earth being a sphere and revolving around the sun, the moon generating it’s own light and revolving around the Earth, the existence of a firmament, not knowing that sun is a star and that every star is a sun, that we are a part of a galaxy of 200,000,000 other stars and this galaxy is just one of billions, each one containing millions of stars, etc? Even if The Bible did contain 300 fulfilled prophecies, for these to be considered anything more than guesses, self-fulfilling prophecies (i.e. the bible says this should happen, so humans made it happen), etc. the number of accurately fulfilled prophecies need to overwhelmingly outweigh the amount of misses.

        • DJaxon

          Out of all of these 300 prophecies, which one do you consider to be the most impressive, I wonder.

        • Vieux_Charles

          DJaxon, You haven’t a clue what you’re talking about. Christ said he would return when all of the signs had been fulfilled and that ‘this generation’ would see him come in power.