Treasure Island

Udiah (witness to Yah)

(1959 / USA)

The antichrist


in the future on a date God only does know
war shall erupt in heaven and Michael shall throw
satan to the earth, as an angel does cry, 'Woe! '
the devil shall play Christ, he deceiving many

the antichrist will seemingly miracles do
will set up his government to worship him too
the people will believe he is Christ through and through
believers, God wonders, if there be left any?

(Dan 8: 9-25,9: 26-27,11: 21-45,12: 1-13, Mat 24: 1-51, Mark 13: 1-37, Luke 21: 5-36,
2Cor 11: 14,1Thes 5: 1-7,2Thes 2: 1-17, Rev 6: 1- 20: 3)







© 2011





Submitted: Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, January 29, 2014

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