Friday, 25 May 2018

Russia World Cup 2018 and the Bible - Not Again!!! Pre World Cup



I decided to do a pre World Cup check to see if I could predict who would win by looking at the team’s flags. If this sounds weird to you, because this is the first time you have read one of my posts, read on. My other posts have matched up with previous tournaments and games too.

I usually wait for after tournaments to interpret what the flags of the semi finalists, finalists and winner represents. This time I started off looking to see if I could work out who would win before Russia 2018 starts.

Then I came to a halt.

I thought, 


what is on the host nation Russia’s flag? 

The first thing that came to my mind is the hammer and sickle on a red background. This is the first thing the majority of non Russian people would think of right? 




But it’s not. It’s now a white, blue and red flag.




For now, stay with the more famous older Russian flag as it is associated with the country, red with hammer and sickle.

Then it hit me to check the ancient text. I was shocked when I realized that the sickle was mentioned in line with my previous posts with flags, teams and the Bible.

When Portugal won Euro 2016 the game, the flag (the beast) and the goal scorer Eder, all matched up with what is in Revelation chapter 13 and the beginning of chapter 14. Following on in chapter 14 it mentions a sickle. It says

And I looked, and behold a white cloud, and upon the cloud one sat like unto the Son of man, having on his head a golden crown, and in his hand a sharp sickle.

It goes on to say:

And he that sat on the cloud thrust in his sickle on the earth; and the earth was reaped.

Later on an angel had another sickle:

And the angel thrust in his sickle into the earth, and gathered the vine of the earth, and cast it into the great winepress of the wrath of God.
And the winepress was trodden without the city, and blood came out of the winepress, even unto the horse bridles, by the space of a thousand and six hundred furlongs.

What does all this represent?
This is what came to my mind.
The explanations are metaphorically speaking. This is something that is represented in another dimension that may or may not affect our world.

First the older Russian flag:

The sickle gets thrust into the earth as mentioned in the verse. The red background represents blood mentioned in the latter verse.




Now the new Russian flag:

 The white part of the flag represents the white cloud as mentioned in the first verse.
The blue represents the sky as that is where clouds are.
The red represents the blood that comes out of the winepress mentioned in the last verse.


With the world as it is at the moment, and today 24th May 2018 where President Donald Trump has called off talks with North Korea, who knows what message the flags and the World Cup in Russia are really telling us? I just found the letter from President Trump to Kim Jon Un cancelling the meeting.



What I set out to do by predicting who could win by the flags in the football tournament has now turned into “what on earth is going to happen in the world?”

I don’t have any idea who will win right now as my focus has changed. I’ll put this out there though. As a crown was mentioned in the Revelation chapter, so far I have found 2 teams who are in the World Cup with crowns that represent them. They are Spain and Sweden. Could either one win? 



There may be more clues in other flags on who will win. When I have time I’ll check more of them out.

Keep checking back for more post updates as it seems I may have stumbled upon something.

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As the World Cup is about becoming the champion, download my track called “Champions Gold.”
Radio stations and TV shows should jump on this track.

Another song to check out is "Take The Shot" by The Mecca.

Tracks:

"Champions Gold" by K STONE - link click here

"Champions Gold Instrumental" by K STONE - link click here

"Take The Shot" by The Mecca - link click here





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