The Bible clearly indicates that there are Eyes that watch and monitor the actions and
habits of men, continuously, 24/7. In his classic, War of the Worlds, Orson Wells paints
those Eyes “envious”. He envisions them scrutinizing us from the other side of the
universe. They reside under minds having “intellects vast…and cool, and
unsympathetic…”, as they patiently await the moment of an imminent invasion of planet
earth. An interesting bit of introspection, to say the least.
Prior to the opening of the “worm-hole” that admits His physical re-entry to a world He
left two thousand years ago, the Book of the Revelation shows that this Visitor-in-waiting
will administer and superintend an organized, calamitous wake-up call, beginning with
the removal of His church and the hellish, merciless devastation of the most prosperous,
most powerful nation the world has ever known (Babylon the Great). By this, followed
hard by the shaking up of the ecosystem that supplies his food chain, air and drinking
water, He will alert man to the nearness of His coming. In addition to the perhaps
billions who will die by man’s own hand during WWIII, this will be an early warning of
the world’s fast approaching doom. Thus, contrary to Orson Wells and Hollywood, He
will not simply turn up unexpectedly, only to be beaten by mankind in the end. Albeit,
one may rest assured that through it all, humanity will be given every opportunity to
prepare for, and to fight for his survival.
Adjudicated in the Valley of Decision, a resolution will have to be settled upon as to who
will own and rule the world: the Creator, or, the created. This final showdown between
God and men will take place in the Valley of Meggido—at the Battle of Armageddon.
Preceding this invasion, launched from outside of our galaxy and universe, a number of
major turning points must transpire including the complete, , the decimation of all other
major military forces and the…well, to some,…the unthinkable: the rise and the reign of