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The immense statue of Nebuchadnezzar's dream


Israeli Bar Avaddhon
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The immense statue of Nebuchadnezzar's dream.
Babylon comes from the north, according to what Ezekiel 26: 7 says (see also Jeremiah 46:10).
Comparing Jeremiah 50: 9 with Isaiah 21: 2, 9 and Daniel 5:28 it is understood that the average Persian comes from the north.
Reading Daniel 11: 3 understands that the "mighty king" is Alexander the Great, identified as the "king of the north".
Reading Daniel 11:16, 20-22 it is understood that Rome is the next king of the north.
If all the kings of the statue were "king of the north" ... the last king can be the Anglo-American empire, or the king of the south?

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On 10/12/2017 at 5:50 PM, Israeli Bar Avaddhon said:

If all the kings of the statue were "king of the north" ... the last king can be the Anglo-American empire, or the king of the south?

Not 100% sure of what you are driving at here.

But anyway, I think they are all "going south" pretty soon............. aren't they?

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The prophet Daniel clearly identifies the king of the north as the winner of the last war. This can be seen in Daniel 11: 40-45
Finally, this king (the king of the north) is defeated by Michele, the great prince.
The Bible does not contradict itself, is not it? - Daniel 12:1;  compare Matthew 24:21
So the beast seen in Revelation (the last dominant power on earth) can not be the king of the south
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The last war was not won was not won by the king of the north, is not it?
So before Armageddon there must be another war?

 

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