reply to post by Ronin22
Biblically speaking, Obama doesn't seem to fit the profile in Ezekiel 28!
In verse 1, the (soon to be) Antichrist is said to be from the city of Tyre (in modern day Lebanon)
In verse 2, the (soon to be) Antichrist is a self-proclaimed god
In verse 3, the (soon to be) Antichrist is wiser that Daniel. (Daniel could predict the future)
In verses 4-5, the (soon to be) Antichrist knows how to become very wealthy
Sorry, but Obama doesn't even come close to this Biblical Antichrist, but he may be a for-runner to him.
Many people will say that this is in reference to an actual Prince of Tyre, but if you read the rest of the chapter, you will find it is talking about
the Antichrist, known as the King of Tyre. The Bible has several dual prophecies like this.
In verses 7-8, the (soon to be) Antichrist is slain (killed) (See also Revelation 13:3) He will be killed by a wound to the head (maybe a gun shot,)
then he will become the Antichrist. I think that anyone who is a well known leader (v. 19) could well become a ruler (or Messiah) if he could come
back to life!
Now, to say that the Antichrist will come from Lebanon is debatable by many, but no one can really disprove the literal translation of Ezekiel 28.
Many say that the Bible is full of errors, but they have yet to prove any of this!
Obama is trying to make peace in the Middle East, and so have other Presidents. Up to now, all have failed to establish a peace treaty for seven
years. I believe it will take a Muslim leader to make peace with Israel. Rebuilding the Temple in Jerusalem would bring many more Jews to Israel and
the peace treaty will allow it to happen and the Jews are willing to give up land to make it happen.
What makes this whole idea plausible, is that the terrorist Muslims want all of the Jews annihilated and what a better way to have it done; to have
all the Jews in one small area. After 3 1/2 years into this treaty the Antichrist and many nations will fight against the Jews and all will fail.