What is the biblical perspective on the „new world order”? David Jeremiah

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David Jeremiah: It sounds like ti would be a good idea. It even maybe sounds like it is a God idea. But, it’s not. In fact, I remember how impressed I was and how simply put it is in the Book of Acts that God is not an internationalist. Listen to this, this is what it says in the Book of Acts 17:26-27:

26 and He made from one man every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth, having determined their appointed times and the boundaries of their habitation, 27 that they would seek God, if perhaps they might grope for Him and find Him, though He is not far from each one of us;

in Romanian: 26 El a făcut ca toţi oamenii, ieşiţi dintr’unul singur, să locuiască pe toată faţa pămîntului; le -a aşezat anumite vremi şi a pus anumite hotare locuinţei lor,
ca ei să caute pe Dumnezeu, şi să se silească să -L găsească bîjbăind, măcar că nu este departe de fiecare din noi.

Isn’t it interesting that it was the attempt of ancient civilization to try and reach up to heaven in rebellion against God, and God put us in nation units, so that in those smaller units, we would be more prone to seek after God and not sense the power we had apart from Him. So, God’s made it very clear where he stands. And, by the way, when you get to the end of the time of history, and all of the end prophecies, guess what? There are still nations. We’re still in a national format. So, I don’t think God is the champion of the New World Order.

John Ankerberg: The ancient attempt to create a New World Order was dissolved by God. Now, take what God is saying in Acts and apply that to America. Why have we been so great? How could we be the most powerful nation in the world and how does this relate to what God says?

David Jeremiah: One of my favorite statements from the pen of C S Lewis goes like this: There is no clever arrangement of rotten eggs that will make a good omelet. One of the problems we have in trying to put our nations together is we’re all sinful nations, we’re sinful creatures. But, I think we need to stop and ask ourselves at this point and time. As a nation, are we concerned about the world? Absolutely. But, God has called us as a nation. Acts 17 really makes that clear that He set our boundaries. And, this nation that you and I love has been great because the people of this nation have taken seriously the importance of building a strong national entity. We’re not the largest nation, but we’re the most powerful nation in the world. We have not been globalists and we have not been internationalists. We have been nationalists and because of that we have been strong. Frankly, if you wanna know why we’re having such activity among the tea party people and all that, there’s this sense in our nation that we have lost some of that and people are angry about it and they want it back. And I think that’s a good thing.

VIDEO by John Ankerberg For more information go to Jashow.org. This clip is from a series entitled: The Coming Economic Crisis




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