WARS AND rumors of wars; nation shall rise against nation. Jesus told his disciples that those were signs of the End Times (Matthew 24:6-7). Many prophecy students read the verses as referring to the same events. But what if they are to be taken as separate periods of time?
David Brennan, author of The Israel Omen and The Israel Omen II, explains why verses 6 and 7 of the 24th chapter of Matthew should be read as distinct and separate periods of time — and why these verses indicate that a war between Israel and Iran is unavoidable.
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Not to pick on David Brennan, but his comment about the USGS was not quite accurate. Matthew 24 uses the term “diverse”. One meaning is in unexpected places. The USGS is finding out about faults not previously identified or so old, in their terms, they are no longer “active”. Yeah, right. As far as the number of earthquakes, they are occurring in increasing frequency. If one uses the term tremor, one finds out the USGS is keeping two sets of books. One is associated with faults. The other is magma wells, which includes volcanoes. The only time they report magma well tremors as earthquakes is when they are of significant strength it’s hard to ignore.