The Races Will Mix, But Will

Not Adhere To One Another

Image: Romuald Meigneux/SIPA, via A.P.

Date: 

2019

Author:

Pamela Austen

DANIEL 2:43

​42.  As the toes of the feet were partly iron and partly clay, so this kingdom will be partly strong and partly brittle.  43. As you saw the iron mixed with clay, so the races will mix with one another, but they will not adhere, in as much as iron and clay do not adhere to one another.

These are the words in Daniel 2 concerning the last days and the last empire.  Today, we see the powers that be in this world, (the U.N., the Club of Rome, corporations and central banks), driving the southern hemisphere people, mostly of darker races from Africa and South America, to mass migrate to the northern hemisphere, which is mostly people of lighter skin.  They are being pushed by the millions to invade America illegally, and to invade Europe like one ant colony attacking and overwhelming another one.  

Due to this influx of people, and this mixing of the races, a great upheaval is happening all over the world.  The races are mixing, but they are not accepting of one another, and therefore, there is great strife.  

China, which for centuries kept their nation isolated from the racial watering-down of their people, have now created concentration camps, which they call re-education camps, and they are imprisoning millions of Islamic adherents and people who came to their country with different views from their strict, atheistic, communist ways. 

In America, blacks, Muslims, and women have created great conflict within the American government, excessively pushing the notion that anyone who disagrees with their agenda is racists or sexist.  Therefore, they are dividing the country and causing unusual amounts of hate and strife by constantly accusing the President (a white man) of racism and demanding his impeachment. 

 

Blacks and women in the American congress and senate are making their administration entirely about fighting racism and sexism, even though no one is actually hurting them. The people they are picking fights with simply have different political views, and so their accusations of racism and sexism are mere hypocrisy, which only causes resentments and a feeling of injustice and outrage.  

So while the governing authorities all over the world are gaining in power due to high technology and surveillance techniques, (the iron), the masses of different races who cannot adhere to one another, (the clay), make society brittle and on the verge of collapse at all times.  The rumor that there will be a civil war based on race is being heard more and more in America; and Europe will finally have to decide if it wants to lay down and be destroyed, or put away their silly political correctness and fight the invaders of their countries.  

But no matter what happens, we are living in the last empire as described by Daniel's statue: iron and clay, partly strong and partly brittle.  Technology is most likely the iron; clay is the human body and mind, in as much as God's word, in many places, refers to people as being made of clay - clay molded by God's hands.

Job 10:9;  Jeremiah. 18:6;  2 Corinthians. 4:7

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Published by Pamela Ayn Austen

Entirely Jesus Editor and Writer Pamela Austen has been writing compiling and publishing Christian books for Entirely Jesus since 2010.  She is a Protestant, born-again Christian, having given her life to Jesus in August of 1987, and she's been diligently studying Scripture every day since then.  Pamela lives in Knoxville, Tennessee, and she is active daily in writing articles and building books that take the Gospel to the world, so that all who believe in Jesus may be saved.   

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