PRESCOTT, AZ – 12/1/2015 (PRESS RELEASE JET) — Dr. Richard Ruhling says Latin America is proof that the pope’s US/UN agenda for “common good” has little value because South America, colonized by Catholic priests, have had Catholic government for centuries and are still in poverty.
Ruhling spent a summer in Latin America as a student missionary where he learned to pull teeth in Caracas, Venezuela. He says Coca Cola’s marketing was a success—people drank it like water and their teeth nearly fell out because they were so rotten. He pulled as many as 100 teeth in a morning, reflecting with sadness on the greed behind sugar-flavored water with caffeine to enforce an addiction.
Ruhling spent half the summer in Colombia. In order to hold meetings on topics of health, happiness and Bible, the missionary needed permission from a town meeting where a Catholic bishop and priest presided. He reflects on those countries where nearly half people couldn’t read or write and their ignorance made them easy targets for Communism rampant in Catholic countries.
During the same time period the US prospered because our Constitution says “Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion.”
“We violated our Constitution when Reagan appointed an ambassador to the Vatican and we have given billions in aid to private schools of which most are Catholic. This respects the establishment of religion and America has been going down since Reagan opened to gates to Catholic immigration,” says Ruhling who is non-denominational.
He cites Adventist history growing out of the Great Disappointment in 1844 when Baptist William Miller preached a rapture. They believed the judgment in the 7th chapter of Daniel would be on the Day of Atonement, but they overlooked the “great words” of the little horn in the context of verses 8,11,20,25.
Protestant reformers all believed the “little horn” was the papacy that grew out of the 4th beast that represented the Roman Empire (after Babylon, Medo-Persia and Grecia.) The little horn changed the Bible’s times (Sabbath to Sunday) and laws (abolishing the 2nd Commandment that forbids images in their catechism), martyred millions of Protestants and had great words against God in the pope’s title, Vicarius Filii Dei, that adds up to Revelation’s 666, all of this fitting the description of the little horn in the 7th chapter of Daniel, says Ruhling.
So what are the “great words” for the “common good”? It’s a disguised plan to honor Sunday for “family values” and conserve creation by restricting commerce, travel and fuel consumption. Ruhling asks why the pope wants to honor creation more than the Creator who made the Sabbath as a memorial to creation for family, worship and rest as seen in the 4th Commandment, but who reads them, he wonders.
Ruhling thinks the practicality and hypocrisy of the pope’s plan can be seen from his encouragement to open European doors to refugees–Germany has a million while the Vatican has accepted two families.
“The word ‘Babylon’ derives from Babel meaning confusion and it could apply to worldwide confusion of education, healthcare, legislation, government and religion,” Ruhling stated. “The 17th chapter of Revelation supports the pope as riding the beast (political system) of a UN-run New World Order where Catholic nations, ours included will vote for the pope’s leadership and UN ‘peace-keepers’ can quell dissent by delivering protesters to FEMA camps originally built for illegal aliens.”
Returning to the significance of the little horn’s “great words,” Adventist pioneers missed the timing by 171 years—not on the Day of Atonement in 1844, but on the Day of Atonement in 2015. Counting from the thin crescent moon seen on the evening of September 14/15, the pope’s US & UN speech was 24/25, the 10th day according the 23rd chapter of Leviticus.
The sudden rapture that the Millerites expected is not expected, but the time of judgment seen in the 7th chapter of Daniel, signaled also by the rare solar eclipse and blood moon at the beginning of this biblical year, may begin in Jerusalem. The Bible says “judgment must begin at the house of God” and the house of Judah could experience a 3rd Intifada described by the prophet Zechariah in his 14th chapter.
Ruhling cites a Messianic rabbi saying, “God has two houses and He will clean them both before putting them together,” a reference to the two sticks (house of Israel and Judah) becoming one in the 37th chapter of Ezekiel. If we see trouble in Jerusalem in April, we should prepare biblically for US trouble in May.
Why May? Ruhling says the three times Christ said, “You don’t know the day or hour, it was an idiom for you don’t understand,” and each time he said it, Christ gave an example for Passover a month later, “as the days of Noah” when the Flood came with Passover timing, but in the 2nd spring month. Why the 2nd month?
Methuselah died the year of the Flood–his name meant, “at his death, the sending forth of waters.” He died as a sign the Flood was coming. Noah was “unclean by reason of a dead body” (a law in the book of Numbers, 9th chapter). We forget that Christ said the law is in effect “till heaven and earth pass” in his famous Sermon on the Mount.
Further supporting that provision of the law, Christ linked his last two parables by saying,”Watch (being awake was only commanded at Passover), you don’t know (understand) the timing, for it’s like a man traveling to a far country.” Israelites didn’t travel in winter, and if they took a long journey in spring and couldn’t get back for Passover, they were to keep it in the 2nd month.
Christ was the Master who took the long journey and His [invisible] return for a time of judgment in the 2nd month will be a sign to Jews of His identity as Master, and that He didn’t do away with the law as most churches teach.
Ruhling further says that 2nd Passover should become known as the Christian’s Passover because they have also been on a long journey in pursuit of truth since the little horn spoke great things, intending to abolish the biblical festivals as “Jewish.”
It’s amazing how much we can learn from Daniel, written more than 500 years before Christ, yet pointing to the year of His baptism (Messiah means anointing) in the 9th chapter. It’s the only book Christ said to understand when He was asked about the end of the world.
Dr. Ruhling offers more on Daniel in his ebook, The Alpha & Omega Bible Code that has mostly 5 stars on Amazon, available at http://amzn.to/1iXKH8n. More information is available at his website.
Dr. Richard Ruhling is a retired physician who taught Health Science at Loma Linda University, an expert on Biblical prophecy and the author of ‘The Alpha & Omega Bible Code’.
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