Fast forward 4,200 years
Now for the first time in history since Genesis 1:1-6 and the tower of Babel, globalization is within man’s (and Satan’s) reach. From ancient times up until the 14th-century, the primary form of creating a “global” empire was solely through military conquest. [..] From the 14th-century going forward, the global banking system started to come into its own, and a valuable lesson was learned. He who controls the money of a nation controls the nation. [..]
Globalism is generally defined as the architectural merging of national governing bodies, into an international one. These generally come about on the heels of some major crisis (war, terrorism, poverty, global warming, pandemics, etc.) Globalization, on the other hand, comes more gradually through corporate acquisitions in the global markets, through banking operations opening market ventures into international trade, financial development (banks too big to fail), and so forth.
Any system that promises peace and security, apart from Christ, is at its core, anti-Christ (1 John 4:3) no matter how well-intentioned it may appear to be. In fact, Satan’s goal since Nimrod has been to unify the world into a singular system…so long as he controls it.
The present day scenario regarding the Covid-19 Coronavirus, face masks then vaccines starts out voluntarily, but may soon become mandatory. The way things are developing with this Covid fiasco, anyone who refuses to accept the vaccine, may find themselves shut out of society.
The world is absolutely heading toward this one-world ‘pre-Babel’ system again (Revelation 6:1-2; 13, 17, 18). We’ve seen how globalists use crisis after crisis to solidify their power from the many to the few. The Bible foretells a time when, after a great crisis, the world rushes into the arms of ten-kingdom, new world order (Luke 21:10-11; 1 Thess. 5:1-9).
I believe that great crisis to be the Rapture of the Church when the Lord Jesus Christ removes His followers from the earth.
*Excerpted and adapted full original report from Pete Garcia, Rev 3:10 here
 Nimrod was a very significant man in ancient times, the grandson of Ham and great-grandson of Noah. Nimrod started his kingdom at Babylon (Genesis 10:10). Babylon later reached its zenith under Nebuchadnezzar (sixth century BC). Here
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- have sinned, Psalm 51:1
- facing danger, Psalm 91:1
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- alone and sad, Psalm 23:1
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