Nations or Ethnic Groups are God’s Deterrent to Globalism

Nations are detterent to globalism.

Daniel 2:

44 And in the days of these kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom, which shall never be destroyed: and the kingdom shall not be left to other people, but it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand for ever.

When the verse talks about “in the days of these kings,” it’s a reference to the Roman empire. Jesus appeared during that period of time, and after His victory on the cross, resurrection, and ascension into heaven, the God of heaven set up a heavenly kingdom that will never be destroyed.

That heavenly kingdom, i.e., how it operates, is to come down to earth, as we’re taught by the Lord to pray for His kingdom to come and will be done on earth as it is in heaven.

The scriptures point out the eventual destruction of all earthly kingdoms so Jesus Christ can fulfill His purpose and will of manifesting His kingdom through the nations, meaning ethnic groups and extended families; those are the Biblical revelation of what nations are, according to Genesis 10.

Globalists have been trying to reverse the action of God in regard to the Tower of Babel, by fighting against Biblically ethnic, homogenous nations. God created the many homogenous nations in order to keep mankind from building global empires.

Each ethnic group is a legitimate nation from the point of view of God, and having creating nations to be primarily homogenous, it brings about the most effective way to not only work out the kingdom of God in a people, but also to keep the globalists from building out a totalitarian, global empire the elites want to use to rule the world, imposing their will on everyone by aiding the migration invasion of many nations around the world.

God created the various homogenous ethnic groups as nations in order to keep the globalist impulses of evil men from reaching the levels it did at the tower of Babel.

Multiculturalism and diversity are only buzzwords used to build back a tower of Babel in the nations of the earth by destroying them and attempting to replace them with nations or ethnic groups whose purpose is to replace and/or dominate them, i.e., globalism.


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