Steve Coerper (27
"The U.S. and Ezekiel
Dear Five Doves reader:
I'm becoming more adverse to speculation, mainly
because all the input information upon which any
speculation might be based is tainted
information. The bad guys have pipelines of
dis-information set up. I don't trust CNN or
MSNBC, but Alex Jones could also be suspect, or
WorldNetDaily or TheLibertyDaily or ANY of
them. We just plain don't know who we can
trust or where the information comes from or if it's
Having said that, I think it's safe to say that the
destruction of the United States (and western
civilization) is being deliberately
engineered. There are a LOT of illegal aliens
being intentionally imported. These people
need to be fed, and I would suspect that the U.S.
government does NOT have huge warehouses of food for
them. Rather, they will be given AK47s or
similar, and a map to the home of an American family
that has been setting food aside in anticipation of
what's coming. I am highly confident that the
preppers are all well-known by the bad guys, and
with today's information-gathering system it's not
at all difficult to find out who owns a Berkey and
who has been buying up all the dried beans and Ding
Dongs and Pringles, in expectation of shortages.
If that's true, and if Russia remains economically
viable with their commodity-backed-ruble
currency, while US-FRNs lose all their
perceived "value" - (and it's all "perception" as
the USD is backed by the "full faith and credit of
the United States"; in other words, NOTHING) - then
it will be a bullet-based economy here, with the
best shooters eating and the second-best starving.
Again, this sounds like the physical manifestation
of the spiritual reality: the Four Horsemen
doing what they've been sent to do.
I hope you're a student of Ezekiel. In chapter
9 we see spiritual reality. Those who grieve
over the sins of the city are marked for salvation
and the rest are slaughtered without mercy.
The physical fulfillment came later, within our
3-dimensional space/time frame of reference.
For us, the Horsemen's effects will soon be
felt. Since war, famine, pestilence and the
rest are explicitly identified as God's wrath
against sinners who refuse to repent, and NOT some
form of corrective tribulation for the purpose of
developing patience, longsuffering, or some other
desirable spiritual virtue, I think it's safe to say
that Rev. 3:10 must be fulfilled first. The
"hour of trial" will last longer than an hour, will
be extremely unpleasant, and will not be conducive
to preparation for a Marriage Supper.