Friday, September 18, 2020

Very Strange and Telling Symbols on the Abraham Accord Temple Coin.


A good friend pointed this coin out to me. It's to commemorate the Abraham Accord Peace Plan just signed this past Tuesday. A VERY important and historic peace accord prophetically! 

The following description comes directly from the Temple-coins website

Immediately below the skyline are the words “Abraham Accord” inscribed in Arabic, Hebrew, and English. Abraham was the father of monotheism. The familiar Bible character is referred to as ‘Abraham’ in the Christian faith, ‘Ibrahim’ in the Muslim faith, and ‘Avraham’ in the Jewish faith, and no person better symbolizes the potential for unity among all these three great faiths. An eagle holding an olive branch and arrows, the Seal of the President of the United States, completes the front design.

 Inspired by the words of the prophet Isaiah, “And they shall beat their swords into ploughshares” (Isaiah 2:4), the back of the medal features a sword that gradually morphs into symbols of peace, prosperity, agricultural and technological advancement.

The commemorative coin also features quotes from the Koran - “And if one inclines towards peace, it inclines towards you” - and the Prophet Jeremiah – “For I will give you lasting peace in this place” - encapsulate the central teachings of the faiths of Abraham; Judaism, Christianity and Islam, that one has a moral duty to seek out and embrace peace.

The signature of Donald John Trump, without whose tireless efforts the “Abraham Accord” would not have been possible, rounds off the rear design.  The President has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his determination and tenacity in making this historical and religiously significant accord become a reality.

In addition to peace between former enemies, the region and indeed the world will benefit from economic prosperity.  There is a younger generation in the region that deserves better, safer and more prosperous lives.  Immediately following the normalization Israeli and Emerati companies signed agreements to work together for a cure for Covid 19, as well as cooperation in the fields of health, infrastructure, science, agriculture and energy.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, “Peace is a good thing and peace unites moderates, two of the most advanced economies in the world – Israel and the United Arab Emirates… We’re fighting Iran and the radicals who are trying to overthrow our order in the Middle East, subjugate people and propagate terrorism. So, this is good for peace, good for security, and good for prosperity. I think it’s good for the United States and good for Israel.”

 King David, who wrote prophetically in so many of his Psalms, exhorts us in this way,
“Seek peace and pursue it” (Psalm 34:15).

In fact, the Hebrew expression in Psalm 34 implies running and chasing peace, almost hunting it down. Indeed, the Bible repeatedly conveys God’s desire that we should be peacemakers, doing our best to live at peace with everyone.

“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.” (Matthew 5:9)

There are also scriptural reasons to be encouraged by the new links of peace forming in the south with several positive references to Sheba and Dedan (the Persian Gulf area) in relation to Israel in biblical prophecy. One example is from Isaiah 60:6, with similar hints in Psalm 72:10 and Ezekiel 27. 

 MaryLu Here Again.

Let's take a deeper look at this. All this sounds well and good, all about peace and cooperation. Check out the back of the coin. What are we seeing? 

At the top of the blade is a dove of peace with an olive branch. That reminds me of Noah when he sent out the dove and it finally came back to the Ark with an olive branch. Seems prophetic they would use a Noah reference since Jesus said "As in the days of Noah." when He spoke of the rapture. (Matt 24:37)

Notice the planet Saturn above the dove. Do you realize that Saturn represents Satan

What about the 10 stars around Saturn on the Sword? Could this be the final World Kingdom which is comprised initially of 10 kingdoms and 10 kings? (Daniel 7:24)

We also see a Satellite and digital binary code.  And a satellite dish with machinery. All representing digital advancements, robotics, AI, digital currency and tracking, which is how they will keep track of everyone during the Global government. 

We also see a syringe for the Covid vaccine. But why are there 2 syringes and 2 drops? Perhaps because either there will be 2 waves of it or it will take 2 vaccines to make you immune? Or perhaps it is placed next to the machinery to indicate that it is eventually going to be the Mark of the Beast. 

What's with the heartbeat that goes down to flatline? And the molecule next to it with all the circuitry beneath it? Could this be a nano particle, chip, or hydrogel that will be injected into people as part of this vaccine? 

Then we have all the gems and glitter and beauty of the sword at its hilt. Almost like they are trying to distract us from the blade when it comes down on our heads.  

Odd also about the Quote at the bottom of this description regarding this coin where they mention Sheba and Dedan. Who talks about Sheba and Dedan these days? They are ancient names for Saudia Arabia. But why use them? We find them in  Ezekiel 38:13 where God is describing the Gog-MaGog war and how Sheba and Dedan will protest but do nothing.

Sheba, Dedan, the merchants of Tarshish, and all their young lions will say to you, ‘Have you come to take plunder? Have you gathered your army to take booty, to carry away silver and gold, to take away livestock and goods, to take great plunder?

Peace? There are 11 references to Peace in the above description of the coin. 

For when they say, “Peace and safety!” then sudden destruction comes upon them, as labor pains upon a pregnant woman. And they shall not escape. 1 thess 5:3

Are they not saying "Peace and Safety" over and over with this Abraham accord? 

I also feel very uncomfortable with the combining of the Hebrew religion with Islam. Islam is the religion of the moon god and Satan. Yes, I'm all for peace between these nations but why are we combining the scriptures from the Koran and the Holy Bible on a coin and putting both religions under poor Abraham?  Abraham's covenant with God was for Israel alone and for the prosperity, peace, and land of the Jews--a land, by the way, that extends much farther than their current borders. If this peace accord forbids Israel to expand as was its plan, then I believe it goes contrary to the Word of God. 

Yet. I believe this is the exact Peace plan which the Antichrist will "confirm", which means to strengthen and enhance, after Israel wins the Gog-MaGog war. If you've never heard of that war, I encourage you to read Ezekiel 38 

Then he shall confirm a covenant with many for one week;
But in the middle of the week
He shall bring an end to sacrifice and offering.
And on the wing of abominations shall be one who makes desolate,
Even until the consummation, which is determined,
Is poured out on the desolate.”
Daniel 9:27

Anyone else a little freaked out about this coin? Yet... this is one HUGE step closer to our leaving this place!  Look up, people, Jesus is coming! 


Thursday, September 17, 2020

Two very important sermons/videos! Must watch and pass on!

As time permits, I watch several videos during the week in an effort to keep up with what is going on prophetically and also to hear the Word of God preached since churches are closed.  I rarely share these videos with my followers because I know what it's like to have people tell you that you simply must watch this! However, occasionally, there are some videos too good not to share. Hence, I'm sharing two of them below. If you have a chance, I highly recommend them. 
The first one is from a preacher/pastor I watch often. Pastor Mark Correll.  This is a message that lists the signs of the times, goes in depth about why it is a pre-tribulation rapture, and then gives specific instructions for those left behind. I intend to purchase the DVD so I can leave it for my lost family members.

The second one I posted on my Facebook Author page, but I want to add it here in case you missed it. This is another great Bible Teacher, Pastor Robert Breaker.  He's speaking about the soon to be Rapture!  Enjoy


Many blessings to the Saints of the Most High! 



Wednesday, September 16, 2020

 Time is short, people!  We may only have days, weeks, or perhaps months, but we don't have years. Now is the time to bend your knee, receive Jesus, repent of all your sins, and live your life for Him!  Take it from someone who has been on both sides of the fence and done all the things the world says will make you happy, this side of the fence with Jesus is better than anything I could have imagined!  

Now is the time!




Monday, September 14, 2020

Which of these EndTimes Servants are you?

The scene is set. Jesus is talking with His Disciples about the rapture and His second coming. He talks at length with them about being ready, waiting and watching and staying awake.  He talks about rewards for those who are faithful. This is all found in Luke 12. Then He says in verse 40
Be ye therefore ready also: for the Son of man cometh at an hour when ye think not.
And Peter asks Him if the parable He is saying is specifically for them or for everyone. Jesus proceeds to tell the following story of the four servants. 
1. The Faithful Servant 
And the Lord said, Who then is that faithful and wise steward, whom his lord shall make ruler over his household, to give them their portion of meat in due season?
Blessed is that servant, whom his lord when he cometh shall find so doing. Of a truth I say unto you, that he will make him ruler over all that he hath. 
Notice the reward of being faithful! To bring this into our present time, this is a person who knows the Lord is coming back, sees the signs, watches with excitement but who also is busy doing what the Lord asks him to do. He is using the talents the Lord has given him to help save the lost. He is taking care of the Lord's business and the Lord's household while Jesus is gone.  This could be something as simple as being the best wife and mother or husband and father you can be, or giving to those in need as the Lord leads, or preaching to the lost on social media, or being a prayer warrior as the Holy Spirit directs.  We all aren't going to be evangelists, pastors, or Bible teachers. We all have various talents. Maybe yours is painting or quilting or creating things that glorify God when others see them. I get angry at some pastors who say we all have to be out there preaching the Gospel. Just do what the Lord leads you to do and He will be pleased!
2.  The Wicked Servant
But and if that servant say in his heart, My lord delayeth his coming; and shall begin to beat the menservants and maidens, and to eat and drink, and to be drunken;
The lord of that servant will come in a day when he looketh not for him, and at an hour when he is not aware, and will cut him in sunder, and will appoint him his portion with the unbelievers.  
This is a person who believes in Jesus, who professes to be a Christian, but who turns back to his or her sinful ways. returns to the world, and lives in sin like everyone else. He or she has no idea when the Lord will return, nor are they even thinking about it. Notice the result of this lifestyle. Jesus appoints that person with the unbelievers. In other words, this person is no longer saved. 
3. The Carnal Servant
And that servant, which knew his lord's will, and prepared not himself, neither did according to his will, shall be beaten with many stripes.
This one actually gave me hope for some people!  This is a Christian who knows the Lord, knows His will, but chooses not to do anything for the Kingdom of God. Even so, he or she does not return to the world and live in willful sin.  The Lord says this person will be punished, but He does not say this person will lose their salvation. 
4. The Ignorant Servant
 But he that knew not, and did commit things worthy of stripes, shall be beaten with few stripes. For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required: and to whom men have committed much, of him they will ask the more.
This is a person who is saved but who is really clueless about what he or she is supposed to do to live a Godly life.  Maybe this is someone who is adverse to attending church, who doesn't read the Bible, or perhaps a new Christian who was never taught, never discipled in how to walk with Jesus.  In God's grace and mercy, this person is punished, but not nearly as much as the person who knew what he was supposed to do, but didn't. God is so good! 
Now, some of you may be saying, Wait a minute. Christians aren't judged for their sin when we get to heaven. The blood of Jesus covers all our sin and God remembers it no more. Absolutely!  But we are judged for our works.
For the Son of Man will come in the glory of His Father with His angels, and then He will reward each according to his works. Matthew 16:27
Now he who plants and he who waters are one, and each one will receive his own reward according to his own labor. 1 Corinthians 3:8
Look to yourselves, that we do not lose those things we worked for, but that we may receive a full reward. 2 John 1:8 
Now the question becomes, since we are so close to that day, which of these servants make it in the rapture. Is the rapture itself an award? Is the Tribulation a punishment for those believers left behind? Based on what I've seen in Scripture, I believe this to be true, but I leave that up to you to ask the Lord yourself. Either way, this is not something you want to take lightly.  Here are 2 of my prior articles about this very topic.
Have a wonderful week!  I would be remiss in not mentioning that this weekend is the Feast of Trumpets, one of God's Holy appointments with man. Many believe the rapture may occur on this feast day. I wrote an article on that as well, if you're interested.  (Click on Feast of Trumpets in this paragraph)
Keep looking up!!

Friday, September 11, 2020

Does Daniel's 70 Week Dual Prophecy predict the date of Jesus's return?

A good friend of mine sent me this article which I'm posting below. A brother in Christ and fellow Watchman, T.W. Tramm, posted this on his Website. I will provide links below so you can check him out and read his other articles. I'm not familiar with him, but if this article is any indication of how good he is, I know you'll want to head over there. It's a bit long, but I think you'll find it fascinating. Enjoy!

Do Jerusalem’s Walls Predict the Year of Messiah’s Return?

By T.W. Tramm

In Daniel’s 70 Weeks Prophecy, a count down to Messiah begins with a rebuilding of Jerusalem:

“From the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem until the Messiah the Prince, shall be seven weeks and sixty two weeks; the street shall be built again, and the wall, even in troublesome times” (Dan. 9:25).
Counting the 7 and 62 weeks (483 years) from Artaxerxes’ commandment to rebuild Jerusalem in 457 BC, we arrive at 27 AD, the year Jesus was anointed Messiah. Thus, Daniel’s prophecy straightforwardly predicts the year of Messiah’s first coming. As remarkable as it is that Daniel foretells the year of Jesus’ first advent, there is reason to suspect a second layer of foretelling. Since there are two comings of Messiah, and the prophecy addresses Israel’s final redemption in the last days (v. 24), it would make sense for the timing of His second advent to be addressed as well.


Daniel mentions the walls around Jerusalem being rebuilt in troublous times. The walls surrounding modern-day Jerusalem were ordered rebuilt by the Ottoman Sultan “Suleiman the Magnificent” in 1536-37 AD, during troublous times. The story goes that Suleiman’s order to rebuild the walls was prompted by a series of dreams in which he was being chased by lions who seemed intent on devouring him. In one dream the Sultan finally stopped running and faced the lions, asking what he should do to save his life. He was told he should build the wall of Jerusalem.While we don’t know precisely when Suleiman gave the original order to rebuild, inscriptions on the fountains(sabils) and walls indicate he ordered their particular construction in 1536 and 1537. This is where things get interesting. When we add Daniel’s 7 and 62 weeks (483 years) to 1536-37, we arrive at the present time: 2019-2020
Is it possible Daniel’s 483 years have a dual application, that similar to how Messiah appeared 483 years after the first rebuilding of Jerusalem in 457 BC, He will make a second appearance 483 years after the rebuilding of Jerusalem’s walls in 1536-37 AD? 
Since no word of Scripture is without meaning, we understand that Daniel’s 7 weeks and 62 weeks are mentioned separately for a reason. Taking the weeks separately, when we add the 62 weeks (434 years) to 1536-37 AD, we arrive at 1970-71 AD. This is interesting because 1970 is the year in which another order to rebuild Jerusalem went forth following the recapture of the Holy City by Israeli forces in 1967. Articles and documents from the time show  that while the planning and clearing of rubble in preparation for the rebuilding of Jerusalem began soon after the Israeli takeover in 1967, the plan to rebuild the Holy City, composed by a team of architects, engineers, and administrators, was not approved and publicly communicated until late August, 1970.

That two historic orders to rebuild Jerusalem—1536-37 AD and 1970-71 AD—are separated by exactly 62 weeks (434 years) suggests that both are integral to Daniel’s prophecy. Counting the remaining set of weeks—the 7 weeks, or 49 years—from 1970, we, again, arrive at 2020. While speculative, it’s awe-inspiring to consider that the two sets of weeks, 7 and 62, together and independently may reveal the years of two appearances of Messiah following two historical restorations of Jerusalem.
2020 is an auspicious year for multiple reasons. First, adding 7 years, the span of the tribulation period to this year, 2027 becomes the time of Israel’s final redemption,when the “everlasting righteousness” referred to in Daniel is realized (v. 24). What’s fascinating is that 2027 also marks exactly 2,000 years since Jesus’ anointing as Messiah in 27 AD. Israel’s final redemption occurring after 2,000 years, or two (thousand-year) “days,” is alluded to in Hosea: “After two days he will revive us; on the third day he will raise us up, that we may live before him” (Hos. 6:2). Another reason 2020 is pivotal is that it marks the 3-year anniversary of major prophetic signs:

  • The Great American Eclipse(August 21, 2017).
  • Jared Kushner’s first trip to the Middle East to start work on a plan to achieve “peace and security”(August 21, 2017).
  • The Revelation12 Sign (September 23, 2017)
 That 2020 marks the third anniversary of the above signs is significant because the number 3 is associated with key rapture themes and typologies such as weddings, resurrection, a period of warning, and the Lord descending in a cloud with the sound of a trumpet:
  • Jesus attended a wedding on the third day (John 2:1) 
  • Jesus was resurrected on the third day (1 Cor. 15:4). 
  • It took Jonah 3 days to warn the Ninevites of impending judgment (Jonah 3).  
  • At Sinai, God told the Israelites to sanctify themselves for the third day, on which He would descend in a cloud and,with the sound of a trumpet,call Moses up to meet Him(Ex.19:10-20).
Notice the three-day pattern. In Daniel’s 70 Weeks Prophecy, as well as other places in Scripture, a day is symbolic of a year of actual time. Thus 3 days is equivalent to 3 years. Additionally, the number 3, which is fundamental to the nature of a God who is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, denotes divine perfection and completion. 
According to E.W. Bullinger in his book Numbers in Scripture, the number 3 points to what is “real, essential, perfect, substantial, complete, and Divine .... all things that are specially complete are stamped with this number three.” With the three-day pattern in view, the third anniversary of major biblical signs—2020—is a logical time for the event signaled to occur
Having noted how 2020 marks a plausible second end point of Daniel’s 7 and 62 weeks, we understand that when cryptic prophecies, year-counts, ancient dating, and various calendars are involved,a degree of uncertainty exists as to exact times. That is to say, the Gregorian calendar year 2020 should not be seen as an absolute deadline or cut-off date for Jesus’ return. Nonetheless, the overall convergence of signs and timelines indicates we are indeed on the cusp of the final turning point in God's Program for the Church and Israel. The Rapture of true believers in Christ at the beginning of Daniel’s 70th week will be followed by a period of terror and chaos unlike anything seen before.
The upside of this terrible time is that it will culminate in Israel’s redemption via Messiah Jesus, conceivably a mere 7 years from now. Not only are we in a potentially pivotal year, we’re in a pivotal season. Numerous scriptures link summer to the end of the age and the onset of Judgment Day (Matt. 24:32; Amos 8:1, 2; Jer. 8:20; Mic. 7:1-2). Summer begins around Pentecost and ends at the autumnal equinox in September. While a popular view is that the Rapture will occur on the Day of Pentecost, it’s prudent to view the harvest festival with no fixed or assigned date as a “season.” The outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the Church’s first Pentecost in Acts 2 represented the planting of a “field,” the Church-field, which has been growing and maturing throughout a nearly 2,000-year long “summer.” Assuming the Lord plans to put off the reaping of the Church-field as long as possible to allow maximum time for repentance, it’s conceivable He could wait until late summer when the last of the spring-planted wheat is harvest able, and the summer fruits—representing Israel and nonbelievers—are likewise ready for harvesting and processing. With the “season” paradigm in view, Pentecost may not be considered fully come until summer's end on a day no one knows
The end of summer 2020 is thus a plausible time for the Rapture:
  • It’s been 483 years (7 and 62 weeks) since the order to rebuild Jerusalem’s walls in 1536-37 (Dan. 9:25).
  • It’s been 49 years (7 weeks) since a plan to rebuild Jerusalem in 1970 (Dan. 9:25).
  • It’s been 3 years since major signs in the heavens (Luke 21:25; Joel 2:31; Rev. 12).
  • Additionally—It’s been 6,000 years, or 120 jubilees,since biblical creation (Gen. 6:3; 2 Pet. 3:8).
  • It’s been 70-plus years, the span of a biblical generation, since the “fig tree,” the Nation of Israel, began putting forth leaves (Matt. 24:32-34; Ps. 90:10). 
  • The stage is set for the Ezekiel 38 conflict, the emergence of the 10-nation antichrist,or “beast,”governing system,and the global economic collapse alluded to in Revelation (6:6; 13:7; 17:12-14).
  • Multiple peace deals between Israel and her Arab-Muslim neighbors are on the table or in the works (1 Thess. 5:3). 
All that remains to happen before the Church is suddenly snatched up into the clouds is the sounding of God’s trumpet. When that awesome trumpet sounds,there will be only two kinds of people on earth: those escaping judgment and those being left behind to face it (Luke 21:34-36).
To be part of the escaping group, one must be in a saving relationship with Jesus Christ. If you’re unsure of your standing with God, call on Him now. Tell Him you want to turn away from your sins. Confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord; believe that God raised Him from the dead, and you will be saved (Romans10). 
Do it today.
Time is running out
He also has some cool charts you can look at

Monday, September 7, 2020

Run to the Strong Tower!

I know I've been the bearer of bad news lately. Yes, the world is falling apart. Yes, there are dire prophetic predictions and dreams for our nation and the world. We have a plague, threats of war, economic collapse, riots in the streets, global government rising, mark of the beast technology, civil unrest, earthquakes, storms, and a coming food shortage. And don't get me started on the rampant and in-your-face immorality!  We are nearing the end of the age and this is what we should expect to see based on Biblical Prophecy. We were warned, and yet it seems surreal, doesn't it? How could this truly be happening? In our lifetime? Didn't it all seem to come upon us so quickly? This time last year, things were pretty much normal, except the political fighting. And when did our media become nothing but propaganda?  
But that's not the point of this post. I realize there's a lot of fear out there, particularly for those who have listened to the pastors and people who have had visions of our future. It's easy to fall prey to fear and terror, especially if you have small children or grandkids. 
But the Lord wanted me to give you this message. 

Run to the Strong Tower, Run to Me !

The name of the Lord is a strong tower;
The righteous run to it and are safe.

Proverbs 18:10

From the end of the earth I will cry to You,
When my heart is overwhelmed;
Lead me to the rock that is higher than I.
For You have been a shelter for me,
A strong tower from the enemy.
I will abide in Your tabernacle forever;
I will trust in the shelter of Your wings.
Psalm 61:2-4 
There is special provision for those of us who run into the shelter of God's Strong Tower. What is God's Strong Tower? It is HIM, It is the secret place beneath His wings. There, nothing can touch us without His permission. It is there that we are kept invisible from the enemy. He can't even see us, let alone touch us. 
A Godly woman I know had a dream once of walking through a very dark alleyway. She was ministering to the lost and sick who were there, stopping to help and pray for them. All along the side, there were huge, ugly beasts, salivating to get their claws on her. But they couldn't. She was completely protected. As she was ministering to one poor soul, a loud trumpet blew and she knew in her heart that she had to leave, that the rapture was happening, and a sense of urgency overcame her that she had to hurry. 
I've always remembered that dream because of the protection she received while doing God's work. I believe the Lord will do that for each one of us as we do His work in these last days. 
A pastor I follow also had a dream recently where he was jogging on this narrow pathway. All along both sides, there were scenes of complete horror, war, destruction, misery, plague, etc. And there were demonic beasts afflicting people. If he stayed on the narrow path, these beasts couldn't even see him. But if he stepped off the path they immediately started for him.
My point? God's protection is not for everyone who says they believe in Jesus. It's for the righteous. Who are the righteous? The Word Righteous in the Greek is dikaios. It means upright, virtuous, keeping the commands of God. Yes, we are only made righteous by the blood of Jesus! But we must stay in in that close walk with Him. If we get out of fellowship or stray off the narrow path or live in willful sin, God makes no promise to protect us. We leave ourselves vulnerable to attack. 
Even the famous protection Psalm, Psalm 91 starts out with a condition
He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High
Shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty.
I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress;
My God, in Him I will trust.”
I don't know about you, but I want to abide under the shadow of the Almighty! In order to do that, we must DWELL in the secret place of the Most High. That means we live our lives in His presence, worshiping, doing our best to be obedient, spending time with Him. 
Why am I telling you all this? Because I want you to be protected!  If you run to Jesus, to the Strong Tower, He will keep you safe during this terrible time. There have been many prophecies spoken over the past months that have said that very thing.  God wants you to know He will protect you and your family!  But you have to run to Him, trust Him, lean on Him, and walk with Him. 

But, you may say, even bad things happen to Godly people. True. I know sickness and problems strike the Godly for a number of reasons, which time does not permit in this post. But I'm not talking about normal problems we encounter in a fallen world. I'm talking about the disasters, the birth pangs that are beginning and that will usher in the Tribulation. These are God's divine punishments on an evil world, and He promises to protect His Bride!
No plague, no army, no food shortage can harm you. Just stay with Him. Then one day when things around you are getting worse and worse and you begin to wonder if Jesus will ever come, you will hear that trumpet blow. Loud and clear! And you will be rescued from this place!  So stand firm.  Reject fear. Trust God.  To Him, you are exceedingly precious! If you only knew how much He loves you, you would never be afraid again! 
Now when these things begin to happen, look up and lift up your heads, because your redemption draws near. Luke 21:28