• Signs of the Last Days: ‘The Oil and the Wine’

    Signs of the Last Days: ‘The Oil and the Wine’

    As we approach the beginning of the seven year Tribulation Period, we are seeing increases in the price of certain items that are spoken of in the Book of Revelation. As the Tribulation begins in chapter 6 of Revelation, a world ruler will make peace with the nations of the world surrounding Israel for a period of seven years. After just three and one half years this peace will end upon the declaration of this world leader that he should be worshipped as God.

    World war will break out causing massive famine and the eventual death of one fourth of the population of earth. It is interesting that although the world will have a short supply of the basic food necessities, it appears that there will be no shortage in many luxury items.

    Revelation 6:6 describes the fact that just a quart of wheat will cost a person’s entire daily wage.

    Revelation 6:6 “And I heard a voice in the midst of the four living creatures saying, “A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius; and do not harm the oil and the wine.”

    One quart of wheat is approximately the amount of daily food required for one person. In order to feed yourself after this world war has broken out, it will require an entire day of labor. Yet, a command is given to not touch the oil and the wine. Oil and wine are items that represent luxury products that only the wealthy could afford during the time that the Book of Revelation was written by John.

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    Posted on May 26th, 2010

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    North Korea: ‘Prepare for War’

    North Korea: ‘Prepare for War’

    SEOUL, South Korea — Tensions on the Korean peninsula soared Tuesday as South Korea resumed propaganda broadcasts into North Korea in retaliation for the deadly sinking of a warship, while the North’s leader reportedly has ordered troops ready for combat. The South’s restarting of psychological warfare operations was among measures it announced Monday, along with slashing trade, to punish Pyongyang for the March torpedo strike that sank a navy warship and killed 46 sailors.
    The US has thrown its full support behind South Korea’s moves to retaliate, which also include bringing North Korea before the UN Security Council. China — North Korea’s main ally and aid provider and a veto-weilding member of the Security Council — has so far done little but urge calm on all sides.