I received a word on September 24, “Watch the Vatican. They will side with the man of sin. Their leader will be the false prophet.”
So is it possible that if the current pope is forced to step down and a new one is appointed in his place, then at a certain point in time, the new pope and some remnant faithful Catholics are driven underground while the evicted pope returns as the head of the Vatican?
Further, when I read about the city of seven hills, I am instantly drawn to Revelation 17:9, 18. Both verses have something to say about the woman with the cryptic name: “Babylon the Great.”
9 Here is the mind which has wisdom. The seven heads are seven mountains on which the woman sits, (Revelation 17:9)
18 The woman whom you saw is the great city, which reigns over the kings of the earth.” (Revelation 17:18)
Could the destruction of the woman at the hands of the first beast as described in Revelation 17 be God’s judgment on those who choose to remain at the Vatican instead of going underground as part of the persecuted church?
Perhaps there are faithful Christians at the Vatican and it is them that the current pope is at odds with? So perhaps such a rift in the Vatican is likely?
What about America being Babylon? Well, the scripture does say that Babylon has daughters. And a part of the name of the woman in Revelation 17 is “The Mother of Prostitutes.” So, to me, it seems that if the mother is Babylon, then the daughters are also Babylon.
We all know only in part right now. While it is very much possible to use this partial knowledge to come up with a theory as to how things may play out, the danger lies in losing sight of the fact that this is just theory.
Author: Sujit Thomas
Sujit was working in Chennai in late 2015 when the Lord began to nudge him to draw closer to Him. That was the beginning of a major spiritual transformation in his life, and he has not looked back since. As someone who has experienced God’s undeserving love, grace, and mercy personally, Sujit would like people to know that the Lord has no pleasure in the death of the unrighteous, but would rather see them repent and live.