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Worthy Is The Lamb 4

Prophecies are fulfilling in our day and we do not recognize them. Everyone aspires to get a good education and a gratifying job. These dreams and achievements lure people to the good things of life supposedly. The interesting thing is the total ignorance of a lot of people about prophecies.

Prophecy is the inspired utterance of a prophet viewed as a revelation of Divine will. Often, it is a prediction of the future made under divine inspiration. Also, it can be a word that is declared by a prophet, especially a divinely inspired prediction, instruction, exhortation or a divinely inspired utterance or revelation.

We are living in the last days. Yes, the last days based on the word of God. God has his plans as the creator of the universe. He gave man 6000 years on earth, and by calculation of the scripture, the 6000 years have expired. The world is on borrowed time. The last days give room to the earthly reign of Jesus Christ during the millennium. The last days include the following:

a. The bundling together of apostate churches. Under this bundling you see various groups coming together   under an accepted, common doctrine and not after Christ. Imagine most religious groups coming together; it will be a cage of every evil spirit. All the harlot daughters including some Pentecostals, Evangelicals, and other religions will return to their mother, the Roman Catholic system. All religions will come together; but, not after Christ.
b. The anti-Christ will have a seven-year rule on the earth, but the second half of the seven years is called the era of the great tribulation.
c. The elects of God experience the quick short work of revival, signs, wonders and the demonstration of God’s power culminating in the translation (rapture). If you are a true Christian get yourself ready for this great event.
d. The last days will see the two prophets of God square it out with the anti-Christ (Revelations 11) for forty and two months, called the era of the great tribulation of the last days.

In all, the prophecies of the last days, mentioned modern automobiles. The book of Nahum, and two prophets of our age, William M. Branham and Neal V. Frisby, prophesied about the vehicles of the last days.

1. Nahum 2:3-4 reads, “the chariots shall be with flaming torches (head lights)  in the day of his preparation, and the fir trees shall be terribly shaken. The chariots shall rage in the streets, they shall jostle one against another in the broad ways: they shall seem like torches, they shall run like the lightning.”  This prophecy is bringing to light the end of the age or the last days. In Nahum’s days the chariots did not have head lights and did not move like lightning as we see in these days of fast cars and vehicles with headlights that are even on during the day. This is in fact the last days and Nahum saw them as chariots. We are in the last days.

2. William Branham prophesied about the last days and also identified the automobiles of these last days. It is important to know and be aware of the importance of these prophesies; for in an hour you think not, many people will be found missing in the rapture, as it is commonly known. Branham said, They’ll look like an egg in their shape. That’s a vision that he had, ” And that’s the way they’ll be just before the rapture,   (WILLIAM BRANHAM March 26, 1953, ISRAEL & THE CHURCH)  And I said, “Then science is going to be so great, man is going to get so smart, till he’ll invent so many things until he’s going to make an automobile that looks like an egg, that’ll have like a glass top on it, and it’d be controlled by some other power than a steering wheel.” (WILLIAM BRANHAM, July 26, 1964. BROKEN CISTERNS.)

In 2015, Urmson,  the Internet giant announced that the first autonomous vehicle it has manufactured — a squat two-seater, unveiled a year ago, with no steering wheel or brakes — will begin rolling out on public roads in northern California this summer.

Urmson and his team have assembled 25 of the cars, which, for now, are just called “prototypes.” (Re/code has dubbed them clown cars; Google may be more partial to the “Koala car” nomenclature.) When they hit the road, they will not exceed 25 miles per hour. And due to current state regulations,   they must be equipped with brakes, an accelerator pedal and a steering wheel. But ultimately, Google wants to strip those out.

The company’s stated that their goal is to shepherd a fleet of vehicles that can drive with no need for human intervention, a bid to curtail the time wasted in traffic and aid those unable to drive. Urmson said during the demonstration at the new Google X headquarters in Mountain View, “At that point, the steering wheel and brake pedal just don’t add value. Over the last few years, we’ve been focused almost purely on tightening the technology. The next big step is bringing it into the community and seeing how it mixes with people.” It uses the same complex software and hardware — a jury-rigged, advanced network of swirling lasers, cameras and radar — as the existing Lexus fleet.

Over the last year, the cars have grown considerably smarter and more adept, according to Dmitri Dolgov, who leads software for the self-driving cars. They can decipher a trash can from a pedestrian, and even pick up what a pedestrian’s hand motions mean. William Branham said it will be egg shaped and without human control, these are electric cars. But most cars today are approaching the shape of an egg; they are fast, with headlights that are even on in the day time. Look at how vehicles at high speed jostle, against one another in accidents, fulfilling the visions and prophesies of Nahum in the last day.

But as amazing as this new technology is to us today, in 10 to 15 years or less it will likely become the automotive standard.
I expect we’ll see tens of millions of self-driving cars navigating to perfection on America’s roads, highways and bridges.
The “driverless” aspect is only one feature under development.

That’s only the tip of this technology iceberg.

THE FOURTH VISION of William Branham in 1933, showed, the great advances in science that would come after Second World War. It was headed up in the vision of a plastic bubble-topped car that was running down beautiful highways under remote control so that people appeared seated in the car without a steering wheel and they were playing some sort of a game to amuse themselves.( This is prophecy fulfilling before our eyes and Jesus Christ Our Lord is on the way to take us home to glory-Amen)

But one thing none of us can deny is that something called the Internet of Everything (IoE) will change the world we live in. That is because everything from cars, appliances, televisions and thermostats will soon be connected to the Internet. And this universal connectivity creates tremendous conveniences for the consumer … and potentially unlimited efficiencies for businesses.

What is not discussed — beyond the fear of robots replacing human labor and the possible horizon of human obsolescence — is how the Internet of Everything will fundamentally change the world’s economy. This will bring Revelations 13 into view in the last days. Internet computer control will soon surely control our power to buy , sell work and travel. The world will be a police state.

Not only will tomorrow’s cars be able to see, but they will also have the capability to think.
Imagine having a car that can analyze the weather, speed, location and surrounding traffic.
That’s right, you’ll be able to tell your car verbally where you want to go — and rely on the car to take you there safely and quickly.
Meanwhile, you will be able to converse with fellow passengers, read, listen to music or even watch TV till you arrive at your destination.

You’ve already seen self-parking cars that need little direction from the driver.
A completely automated car would drop passengers off at the door of their chosen destination.
The empty car would go on to self-park or even circle a destination in the absence of a parking spot.
Then, it would return to the drop-off location, to collect you and your fellow travelers when it is time to go home.

This technology isn’t part of some far-off tomorrow.

Mercedes-Benz has already introduced a self-driving concept car — the F015. It clearly represents the kind of technology format that will be used by every car maker in the world — and become an everyday reality in the next decade for commuters.

Imagine being able to request your car anytime or anywhere via a few words of command to your wristwatch like the new apple watches.

In fact, you should expect new cars to come with a text, e-mail and phone call notification when service is needed or repairs made. We could see this technology arrive within the next four years, with better services, virtually no collisions.

3. Neal Frisby, in scroll #7 part 1 (early 1960s), prophesied that, “new car motors will make present ones obsolete. The radar controlled, bubbled top cars will be seen at Christ’s appearance; TEAR DROP SHAPED CARS.” This is pointing to the end time cars and prophetically Neal Frisby and William Branham saw what Nahum saw over two thousand years ago. The car of the end time will be radar and electronically controlled. More visible is the shape of the cars. Branham prophesied it will be egg-shaped and Frisby prophesied it will be tear drop shaped. The two shapes are similar and most cars on the road today and those in the factory or drawing boards are all being built according to the prophesied shapes.

These prophesies confirming Nahum’s old prophesies are 40 to 80 years old by Branham and Frisby. The shapes of cars in the  prophesies confirm we are in the last days. Judgment comes with the plans of God for the last days. The judgment will center on a person’s acceptance or rejection of Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. These prophetic cars will bear witness against those who do not believe these prophecies of the last days: that point to the translation and the coming of the Lord in the soon to start millennium.

Worthy Is The Lamb