The European headquarters of the United Nations are pictured during a snowfall in Geneva, Switzerland January 10, 2017. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse – RTX2Y9HK
USING THE BIBLE TO EXPOSE FALSE RELIGION
(PARTICULARLY IN NORTH AMERICA)
Organized Religion is responsible for all war and violence and is detrimental to the human identity. Each of the major religions and ancillaries are all false according to the Bible. How can there be peace when no one is in harmony with the document they all claim to represent? There can’t be. There never will be.
PREPARING THE PUBLIC FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF FALSE RELIGION BY THE UNITED NATIONS
To the members of the United Nations
In order to prepare the public for the destruction of false religion by the United Nations this website has been created for the public. It is easily consumable.
Once you have been given executive and military power by the member states, all member states military forces will become United Nations peace keeping forces during the execution to ensure peace and security during this period of time.
Bible Prophecies Explained (Click here to enlarge)
World Powers and The Bible
Do secular history and archaeology agree with what the Bible says about this ancient land?
Does secular history agree with the Bible’s description of ancient Assyria? Consider the facts.
Why was God’s prophecy about Babylon’s destruction outstanding?
Learn how God used Medo-Persia to fulfill Bible prophecy.
Learn how Greece became the fifth world power in Bible history.
What role did ancient Rome play in the fulfillment of Bible prophecy?
Revelation 16:13-16 About to be fulfilled
8th and Final King – League of Nations and United Nations
Humorous note: False religion is depicted in the Bible as a prostitute riding on the back of governments (tax free). See the subject “Christendom – Extortion by the churches”.
Revelation 17:3-6 3 And he carried me away in the power of the spirit into a wilderness. And I saw a woman sitting on a scarlet-colored wild beast that was full of blasphemous names and that had seven heads and ten horns. 4 The woman was clothed in purple+ and scarlet, and she was adorned with gold and precious stones and pearls,+ and she had in her hand a golden cup that was full of disgusting things and the unclean things of her sexual immorality.* 6 And I saw that the woman was drunk with the blood of the holy ones and with the blood of the witnesses of Jesus.+
Any religion that charges for services may be taxed. They are in violation of the scripture.
Matthew 10:8 You received free, give free.
There is more than enough money in false religion to pay off the world’s debt completely.
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“A QUEEN” WHO MISCALCULATES HER CHANCES
5. (a) How will the “great tribulation” start? (b) What “queen” will miscalculate her chances of survival?
5 What yet unseen event will take place next? Paul stated: “Whenever it is that they are saying: ‘Peace and security!’ then sudden destruction is to be instantly upon them.” The first phase of this “sudden destruction” is the attack against “Babylon the Great,” the world empire of false religion, also known as “the harlot.” (Rev. 17:5, 6, 15) That attack against all forms of false religion, including Christendom, is the start of the “great tribulation.” (Matt. 24:21; 2 Thess. 2:8) For many, this event will come as a surprise. Why? Because up to that point, the harlot will confidently view herself as “a queen” who will “never see mourning.” But she will suddenly discover that she has miscalculated her chances of survival. She will be wiped out rather quickly, as if “in one day.”—Rev. 18:7, 8.
6. False religion will be destroyed by whom?
6 God’s Word identifies the harlot’s attacker as a “wild beast” with “ten horns.” A study of the book of Revelation shows that the wild beast refers to the United Nations (UN). “The ten horns” represent all present political powers that support this “scarlet-colored wild beast.”* (Rev. 17:3, 5, 11, 12) How devastating will the attack be? The nations of the UN will plunder the harlot’s wealth, expose her real character, devour her, and “completely burn her.” Her destruction will be final.—Read Revelation 17:16.
7. What will trigger the attack by the “wild beast”?
7 Bible prophecy also indicates what will trigger this attack. Somehow Yehowah will put it into the hearts of political rulers “to carry out his thought,” namely, to devastate the harlot. (Rev. 17:17) Warmongering religion continues to be a disruptive force in the world; hence, the nations may feel that destroying the harlot is in their own national interests. In fact, when the rulers attack, they will think that they are carrying out their own “one thought.” In reality, however, they act as God’s tool for obliterating all false religion. Thus, in a stunning reversal, one part of Satan’s system will attack another part, and Satan will be powerless to prevent it.—Matt. 12:25, 26.
What Is the Seven-Headed Wild Beast of Revelation Chapter 13?
The wild beast has authority, power, and a throne. What else does Bible prophecy reveal?
The Bible’s answer
The wild beast with seven heads introduced at Revelation 13:1 represents the worldwide political system.
It has authority, power, and a throne, which point to its being a political entity.—Revelation 13:2.
It rules over “every tribe and people and tongue and nation,” so it is greater than a single national government.—Revelation 13:7.
It combines features of the four beasts described in the prophecy at Daniel 7:2-8, including the appearance of a leopard, the feet of a bear, a lion’s mouth, and ten horns. The beasts in Daniel’s prophecy are identified as specific kings, or political kingdoms, that rule in succession over empires. (Daniel 7:17, 23) Thus, the wild beast of Revelation chapter 13 represents a composite political organization.
The Bible says that the number, or name, of the beast—666—is “a man’s number.” (Revelation 13:17, 18) That expression indicates that the beast of Revelation chapter 13 is a human entity, not a spirit or demon entity.
Even though nations may agree on few things, they unite in their determination to maintain their authority rather than submit to the rule of God’s Kingdom. (Psalm 2:2) They will also join forces to battle God’s armies commanded by Jesus Christ at Armageddon, but this war will result in the nations being destroyed.—Revelation 16:14, 16; 19:19, 20.
“Ten horns and seven heads”
Certain numbers are used symbolically in the Bible. For example, ten and seven represent completeness. The key to understanding the specific meaning of the “ten horns and seven heads” of the beast of Revelation chapter 13 is an “image of the wild beast” identified later in Revelation—a bright-red beast that has seven heads and ten horns. (Revelation 13:1, 14, 15; 17:3) The Bible says that the seven heads of this red beast mean “seven kings,” or governments.—Revelation 17:9, 10.
Likewise, the seven heads of the beast of Revelation 13:1 represent seven governments: the primary political powers that have dominated through history and have taken the lead in oppressing God’s people—Egypt, Assyria, Babylon, Medo-Persia, Greece, Rome, and Anglo-America. If we conclude that the ten horns represent all sovereign states, small and large, then the diadem, or crown, on each horn shows that each nation rules concurrently with the primary political power of the time.
Six keys help to identify this monstrous wild beast.
The Bible’s answer
The scarlet-colored beast, described in Revelation chapter 17, is a symbol of the organization whose purpose is to unite and represent the nations of the world. It first existed as the League of Nations and is now the United Nations.
Keys to identifying the scarlet-colored beast
A political entity. The scarlet-colored beast has “seven heads” that are said to represent “seven mountains” and “seven kings,” or ruling powers. (Revelation 17:9, 10) Mountains and beasts are used in the Bible as symbols of governments.—Jeremiah 51:24, 25; Daniel 2:44, 45; 7:17, 23.
A likeness of the worldwide political system. The scarlet-colored beast resembles the seven-headed beast of Revelation chapter 13, which represents the worldwide political system. Both beasts have seven heads, ten horns, and blasphemous names. (Revelation 13:1; 17:3) These similarities are too striking to be a coincidence. The scarlet-colored beast is an image, or likeness, of the worldwide political system.—Revelation 13:15.
Linked with religion. Babylon the Great, the world’s collective body of false religions, sits on the scarlet-colored beast, showing that the beast is influenced by religious groups.—Revelation 17:3-5.
Dishonors God. The beast is “full of blasphemous names.”—Revelation 17:3.
Bible prophecy fulfilled
Consider how the United Nations and its predecessor, the League of Nations, have fulfilled the Bible’s prophecy of the scarlet-colored beast.
A political entity. The United Nations supports the political system by upholding “the sovereign equality of all its Members.” *
A likeness of the worldwide political system. In 2011, the United Nations added its 193rd member state. Thus, it claims to represent the vast majority of nations and peoples in the world.
Power from other rulerships. The United Nations owes its existence to its member nations and has only as much power and authority as they grant to it.
Linked with religion. Both the League of Nations and the United Nations have consistently received the backing of the world’s religions. *
Dishonors God. The United Nations was established “to maintain international peace and security.” * While this goal might seem to be praiseworthy, the UN actually dishonors God by claiming to do what he has said only his Kingdom will accomplish.—Psalm 46:9; Daniel 2:44.
Temporarily inactive. The League of Nations, which was formed shortly after World War I to maintain peace, was unable to prevent international aggression. It ceased to function when World War II began in 1939. In 1945, after World War II ended, the United Nations was formed. Its purposes, methods, and structure closely resemble those of the League of Nations.
Note to every person at the United Nations: Anyone may repent before the end. The United Nations will be destroyed but you may yet be saved if you repent. Leave it and be saved. Yehowah loves each of you individually, but you cannot be part of the Wild Beast. The following applies to everyone in the world, Yehowah also loves you but you cannot be part of the Wild Beast or support it.
God will save as many as possible. None who love him will be lost.
Do not say that Yehowah’s Witnesses are wicked. We have Yehowah’s spirit. The religious leaders of Jesus’ day made that mistake, saying that he had a demon. Blaspheme against holy spirit is the only unforgiveable sin.
How does Satan rule the world?
Jesus called Satan the ruler of the world. John 14:30
How does Satan accomplish this? He uses religion. For example, the UN is the world governing body and the Vatican is in the UN. See the connection? Or how about when the United States Congress erupts into thunderous applause when the leader of the State of political Israel steps up to the podium. The Synagogue of Satan is well documented here. What about when Iran’s spokesman steps up and talks about the four messengers? (their way of saying Islam is taking over the world eventually) False religion in action, using the UN as a pulpit for their message.
Revelation 2:9 ‘I know your tribulation and poverty—but you are rich—and the blasphemy by those who call themselves Jews and really are not, but they are a synagogue of Satan.
2 Corinthians 11:14 And no wonder, for Satan himself keeps disguising himself as an angel of light.
False religion has more money and power than any government on Earth. The Bible calls false religion “the Harlot”. The governments cannot resist her. She is loaded with cash and controls and influences people..
Revelation 18:3 For because of the wine of the passion of her sexual immorality, all the nations have fallen victim, and the kings of the earth committed sexual immorality with her, and the merchants of the earth became rich owing to the power of her shameless luxury.”
Revelation 17:3-63 And he carried me away in the power of the spirit into a wilderness. And I saw a woman sitting on a scarlet-colored wild beast that was full of blasphemous names and that had seven heads and ten horns. 4 The woman was clothed in purple+ and scarlet, and she was adorned with gold and precious stones and pearls,+ and she had in her hand a golden cup that was full of disgusting things and the unclean things of her sexual immorality.* 6 And I saw that the woman was drunk with the blood of the holy ones and with the blood of the witnesses of Jesus.+
What is Babylon the Great?
The Bible’s answer
Babylon the Great, described in the book of Revelation, is the world’s collective body of false religions, which God rejects. * (Revelation 14:8; 17:5; 18:21) Although those religions differ in many respects, in one way or another they all lead people away from the worship of the true God, Yehowah.—Deuteronomy 4:35.
Keys to identifying Babylon the Great
Babylon the Great is a symbol. The Bible describes her as “a woman” and a “great prostitute,” having a name that is “a mystery: ‘Babylon the Great.’” (Revelation 17:1, 3, 5) The book of Revelation is presented “in signs,” so it is reasonable to conclude that Babylon the Great is a symbol, not a literal woman. (Revelation 1:1) In addition, she “sits on many waters,” which represent “peoples and crowds and nations and tongues.” (Revelation 17:1, 15) A literal woman could not do that.
Babylon the Great represents an international entity. She is called “the great city that has a kingdom over the kings of the earth.” (Revelation 17:18) Thus, she has international scope and influence.
Babylon the Great is a religious entity, not a political or commercial one. Ancient Babylon was a profoundly religious city, known for its use of spiritistic “spells” and “sorceries.” (Isaiah 47:1, 12, 13; Jeremiah 50:1, 2, 38) In fact, false religion in opposition to the true God, Yehowah, was practiced there. (Genesis 10:8, 9; 11:2-4, 8) The rulers of Babylon arrogantly exalted themselves above Yehowah and his worship. (Isaiah 14:4, 13, 14; Daniel 5:2-4, 23) Likewise, Babylon the Great is known for her “spiritistic practices.” That shows her to be a religious organization.—Revelation 18:23.
Babylon the Great cannot be a political entity, because “the kings of the earth” mourn her destruction. (Revelation 17:1, 2; 18:9) Neither is she a commercial power, because the Bible distinguishes her from “the merchants of the earth.”—Revelation 18:11, 15.
Babylon the Great fits the profile of false religion. Rather than teaching people how to draw closer to the true God, Yehowah, false religion actually leads them to worship other gods. The Bible calls this “spiritual prostitution.” (Leviticus 20:6; Exodus 34:15, 16) Beliefs such as the Trinity and the immortality of the soul and practices such as the use of images in worship date back to ancient Babylon and continue to permeate false religion. These religions also blend their worship with love for the world. The Bible refers to this form of unfaithfulness as spiritual adultery.—James 4:4.
False religion’s wealth and showy display of it match the picture that the Bible paints of Babylon the Great, who is “clothed in purple and scarlet” and “adorned with gold and precious stones and pearls.” (Revelation 17:4) Babylon the Great is the source of “the disgusting things of the earth,” or the teachings and actions that actually dishonor God. (Revelation 17:5) The members of false religion are the “peoples and crowds and nations and tongues” who support Babylon the Great.—Revelation 17:15.
Babylon the Great is responsible for the deaths “of all those who have been slaughtered on the earth.” (Revelation 18:24) Throughout history, false religion has not only fomented wars and fueled acts of terrorism but has also failed to teach people the truth about Yehowah, the God of love. (1 John 4:8) This failure has contributed to much bloodshed. For good reason, those who want to please God must “get out of her,” separating themselves from false religion.—Revelation 18:4; 2 Corinthians 6:14-17.