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Be Careful What You Wish For
By Daymond Duck
My mother’s education was limited (seventh grade), but she voiced many common truisms. For example, if I lost something, she would say, “It is right where you left it the last time you had it.”
If I needed to solve a problem, she would say, “Put your thinking cap on.” And if I had a desire for something that might not be good for me, she would say, “Be careful what you wish for.”
There are times when people regret what they wished for. They failed to count the cost or to consider the impact of unforeseen circumstances so things don’t turn out the way they expected.
In my mind the Koran and Hadith are, among other things, twisted versions of the Bible. The Judeo-Christian Day of the Lord is the Muslim Day of Islam. The Judeo-Christian battle of Armageddon is the Muslim Mother of all battles.
The Judeo Messiah and the Christian Redeemer is compared to the Muslim Mahdi. The Judeo-Christian earthly Kingdom [Millennial Kingdom] is the Muslim Caliphate. The Judeo-Christian wars and rumors of wars are the Muslim jihads.
The Judeo-Christian Messiah’s perfection and light are replaced with the Mahdi’s perfection and light. The return of Jesus on a white horse is replaced by the return of the Mahdi on a white horse.
Jesus on the throne in Jerusalem is replaced by the Mahdi on the throne in Jerusalem. The Law is replaced with Sharia and the world religion is replaced with Islam.
And on and on it goes but both can’t be right. If the Bible is right, the Koran and Hadith are from Satan because the teachings are clearly contradictory.
Consider this contradiction: Christians and Jews believe the Messiah will appear (Christian Second Coming and Jewish First Coming) on the day and hour of the Father’s choosing. But Muslims believe they can hasten the Mahdi’s appearance.
Muslims reason that the Mahdi’s appearance will be preceded by a coming chaos and war on earth (Day of Islam). But unlike Christians, extreme radical genocidal Muslims believe they can speed up the Mahdi’s appearance by triggering or speeding up that coming chaos and war.
This deserves serious consideration because radical genocidal Muslims believe that during this period of chaos and war two-thirds of those on earth will be killed (Some Christians believe that the book of Revelation teaches that one-half to two-thirds of those on earth will be killed during the Tribulation period).
Think about it! The world is close to letting some of the world’s most radical genocidal Muslims get nuclear weapons. These are people that have a desire to trigger chaos and war on earth.
They are people that believe that two-thirds of the earth’s population will be killed and they want to speed it up because they believe it will speed up the return of the Mahdi, the establishment of a global Islamic caliphate and the worship of Allah by everyone on earth.
This is where “Be careful what you wish for” comes in.
God said, “Woe unto you that desire the day of the LORD! to what end is it for you? the day of the LORD is darkness, and not light. As if a man did flee from a lion, and a bear met him; or went into the house, and leaned his hand on the wall, and a serpent bit him. Shall not the day of the LORD be darkness, and not light? even very dark, and no brightness in it?” (Amos 5:18-20).
Muslims and all others should know that the Tribulation period will be a day of judgment, not joy. People will flee one danger and encounter a greater danger. If the Bible is true, and there is no doubt in my mind that it is, there will be no Mahdi to rescue the radical genocidal Muslims, no global Islamic caliphate when the chaos and war ends and no worldwide worship of Allah.
The Koran and Hadith are corrupted versions of the true Scriptures. Jesus will rescue Israel at the battle of Armageddon (not the Mother of all battles). He will establish His kingdom on earth not a Muslim caliphate and the vast majority of those on earth will worship Him.
Prophecy Plus Ministries
Daymond & Rachel Duck