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  • Writer's pictureDavid Chadwick

Reading the Signs of the Times: Globalism and the One World Government

The next sign on our road trip is globalism and the one world government.

Every year, the World Economic Forum has an invitation-only meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Elitists come together to “solve” all of the problems of the world.

Their current proposal involves something known as “The Great Reset.” Basically, their plan is to take over the economies of the world and have a one-world government.

G20, an intergovernmental forum, is a part of this as well. A few controlling the many sets the stage for the Antichrist to come on the stage (2 Thessalonians 2:2-4). In the midst of chaos and confusion, the Antichrist will supposedly have all of the solutions. He will declare himself to be god in the newly constructed temple.

This Covid season has shown how willing people will be to give up control in order to be “protected.” We must be vigilant and alert.

I urge you, brothers and sisters, to seek truth. Be a lover of truth. Pray that this love for truth will be established so firmly in your hearts and the hearts of those you love so that you won’t be deceived by a deluding influence. Read 2 Thessalonians 2:2-4 and pray it over your life.

Do not be quickly shaken or disturbed. Prepare yourself even now to stand firm for the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Hold to the traditions we know as followers of Jesus. Gather together with other believers. Worship. Pray. Take communion.

Have courage.

He’s coming.

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