Rob Conrad comments on the basic biblical concepts of the Antichrist and his revealing at heisnear.com
Contrary to ALL popular TV prophecy preachers and prophecy book authors who unanimously say that ‘No one can know who Antichrist is’ , the Bible provides vast amounts of information about him and pinpoints his exact profile for us to know.
One of many false notions created by today’s popularized yet blind Prophecy preachers/authors is that Antichrist’s “revealing” means “no one can know right now, until he’s revealed at some point in the future…..“.
This not only is inaccurate but has blinded a whole generation for over 44 years since “The Late Great Planet Earth” promoted the idea in 1970.
However, as overwhelmingly shown at Heisnear.com and its books, Antichrist’s virtual profile and presence on the world stage has been spotlighted by God’s Word since 95AD’s writing of the Book of Revelation.
The ‘revealing’ of Antichrist simply refers to the ultimate unmasking and FINAL UNLEASHING of his full satanic em- powering on earth at the Mid-Point of the 7 Year Tribulation.
At the exact “middle” point of the 7 year Tribulation the man of sin [“antichrist” as he is called today] will stand in the newly-built Jerusalem temple & “exalt himself above God & every object of worship……displaying himself as being God”. [2 Thess.2:4]
It is at this “mid-7 year point” when he is “revealed” to the world in his true wicked nature. Up until the Mid-7 year point, his masquerade of ‘goodness’ will still fool spiritually-blind and unsuspecting people worldwide.
However, in the “middle” of the 7 years at his “revealing“, the most extreme evil that will ever exist on earth will sud– denly become unleashed in this 1 man during the ensuing nightmare of the Great Tribulation. Prophetically, this event is clearly in view & will occur in the not-too-distant future.
I agree with Rob on all the basics he describes above. But while he seems to assume the pope will prove to be the Antichrist, I assume a different politician will soon prove to be the man of sin. I think he is in error and that this common error is based on “the people of the prince” who the Bible warned would come and destroy the Temple in Jerusalem. Of course, the Roman general Titus, son of the Emperor Vespasian, was a prince who fulfilled that prophecy in 70A.D. But who were his “people” who came with him? The soldiers in Rome’s eastern legions were NOT Romans or Europeans. Over 90% were local Arab conscripts from Syria, Arabia, Egypt, and Turkey. As detailed in my books (and Joel Richardson’s books, like Mideast Beast and Islamic Antichrist; and others’ books as well) “the people of the prince” were the Arab ancestors of the current Muslim population of the Middle East. For my take on this, read: