How the Bible Foretells the End of Militant Islam; Is Trump[et] the Great Horn?

The vision is half fulfilled with the death of Saddam. The next war is expected to be with Iran. Breaking the horn of Iran ends its militancy. Christians are spared by staying out of the war.

God “declares the end from the beginning.” In the book of beginnings, Isaac was spared by sacrificing a ram, Genesis 22:13.

Muslims say Ishmael was the son that was spared by the ram. They celebrate the ram sacrifice each year–it’s called Al-Adha.

Muslims should see the Bible is greater than the Quran because as Iran threatens to drive Israel into the sea, the horn (militancy) of Iran will be broken to spare Israel, son of Isaac, spared by the ram sacrifice in Genesis 22:13.

Note: Isaac was the father of Jacob whose name was changed to Israel in Genesis 32:28. We might see that Israel was spared when Saddam threatened them. The ram was caught in a bush in Genesis 22:13. The breaking of the ram’s first horn (Saddam) came during the presidency of George Bush.

We should expect the breaking of the second horn (Iran) during the presidency of Donald Trump because animal horns were used to make trumpets. In Daniel 8:8, the goat that breaks the ram’s horn has a great horn (Trump). After the horn of Iran is broken, the goat becomes “great,” Daniel 8:8.

This is expected in the 2nd term, suggesting that Trump will win the election in 2020, and the polls again won’t matter–remember Hillary!

It’s amazing that Trump’s campaign–Make America Great Again–may be seen in Daniel 8:8,17. Also interesting that hostility is shown against the message by Americans–it’s almost like the devil doesn’t want to see this prophecy fulfilled.

Jerusalem’s destruction (previous chapter) may be the “heads up” sign of ‘day of the Lord,’ (Zechariah 14:1,2) before judgment falls on the US.

As Titus surrounded Jerusalem at Passover, we may expect similar timing for end-times when “all nations [Muslim] are gathered against Jerusalem,” Zechariah 14:1-3.

The Pope’s Problem with God’s Promise to Abraham

The Pope’s Problem with God’s Promise to Abraham

Joe Farah of offers 7 Reasons the Pope Is Wrong on Immigration:

Either the pope never read it, or he doesn’t remember that God promised Abraham the Middle East, from the River in Egypt (Nile) to the River Euphrates for “his seed.” Genesis 15.

That includes the descendants of Ishmael—Arabs, many of whom are Muslims.

If Islam does not result in a better life and good government with Sharia Law, then it is evidence of a failing system and they should admit it as they seek a better life somewhere else.

But don’t come west with the intent of killing infidels who aren’t interested in driving over the arm of a little boy who stole a loaf of bread. Biblical law would restore four-fold (Exodus 22) and parents of a boy till age 12 are responsible.

Moses asked, “What nation has statutes and judgments so rightous as all this law?” Deuteronomy 4.

Coming events cast their shadow before them. When Christ was asked about the end of the world, He said to understand the book of Daniel.

Daniel 2 offers a sweeping panorama of the kingdoms of this world for 2500 years from the time of Babylon to Medo-Persia, Grecia and Rome, represented by the image of a man with head of gold, chest of silver, belly and thighs of brass and legs of iron. But then a mix of iron and clay—partly strong, partly weak, until a stone smashes the image and “in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom…”

The image becomes like the chaff blown away by the wind, and so will be the earthly kingdoms soon!

Already we can see a failure in Islamic nations, or why would those people be so eager to come to Europe or America?

If they are coming for militant reasons, Daniel 8 offers insight as a Muslim ram at the River Ulai (Karun River by Kuwait, according ot reference libarians) pushes north (into Russia, south into Africa and west to Europe and US).

It angers a goat that flies from the west to break the ram’s horns that are said to be the kings of Media and Persia.

Historians say it happened in 331 BC at the Battle of Arbela when Alexander the Great conquered them—that was before Islam, so how are they in the picture?

Gabriel told Daniel that his vision is “at the time of the end” in verse 17. The Medes and Persians are geographically Iraq and Iran and this vision from 2500 ago is half fulfilled since Saddam is gone.

God declares the end from the beginning” (Isaiah 46) and in the book of beginnings, God provides a sacrifice to spare Isaac whose son Jacob became Israel in a name change.

The point is that the Ayatollah in Iran hates the Jews and wants to drive them into the sea, but God is going to sacrifice the ram to spare Isaac/Israel as Genesis 22 and Daniel 8 support.

Vatican strategy is Hegelian Dialectic that creates a problem and then wants to offer the solution—a New World Order guided by the pope as imagery of Revelation 17 suggests.

The clues for the harlot (unfaithful church) in bed with the kings and governments of the world include gold (wealth) and dressed in scarlet (color of cardinals), a mother of harlots (churches that no longer protest her, and drunken with the blood of saints–those who did protest), sitting on 7 hills (Rome).

Revelation includes a warning against the New World Order that will involve false worship at the end of the 13th chapter.

Serious times are impending, waiting only for a huge event to ignite the flammable mix of human passion and lack of moral restraint.

Biblical warning would include getting out of cities that will be the focus of rioting and martial law.

A Missouri woman interviewed by radio-show host, Josh Tolley, involved in her state’s refugee-immigration program described how the UN is planning immigration into the US as in Europe, to create chaos and lay the foundation for breaking the US into smaller political units with equal UN representation – and the end of America as a sovereign nation, says G. Edward Griffin,

Dr. Richard Ruhling is author of God Bless America? that offers insight to impending events from a biblical view. It’s available on Amazon at and a short video offers a summary,