Nigel Farage has made the extraordinary claim that the European Union will cease to exist in its current form. He pointed out how countries like Hungary, Poland and now Austria are pushing back against the EU’s heavy handedness.
Speaking at an LBC charity event, Mr Farage insisted: “Ultimately the populist revolution of 2016, as people see it, is not a short-term blip.
“Actually, I would say… in 10 years’ time the European Union will not exist and that will be a good thing!”… more
WATCH | @Nigel_Farage: “The populist revolution of 2016, as people see it, it’s not a short-term blip. I would say… in 10 years’ time the European Union will not exist and that will be a good thing!” pic.twitter.com/FsDaCXfNBe
— LEAVE.EU 🇬🇧 (@LeaveEUOfficial) January 14, 2018
Question: “What is the Revived Roman Empire?”
Answer: The term Revived Roman Empire (which is not used in Scripture) refers to a powerful government predicted in biblical prophecy. This regime will rise to power and dominate the world during the end times. According to various interpretations of the books of Daniel and Revelation, the Revived Roman Empire is either a generic world political system or a specific nation under a specific ruler. Various interpreters have centered this empire in Rome itself, in Turkey, or in the Middle East.
The Revived Roman Empire is commonly associated with the fourth beast of Daniel chapter 7. This beast is described as “terrifying and frightening and very powerful” (Daniel 7:7). This ten-horned beast is a prophetic picture of the Roman Empire (verses 19–24), but, as Daniel watches, a little horn rises from the beast, with “eyes like the eyes of a human being and a mouth that spoke boastfully” (verse 8). This final horn is the Antichrist, who will somehow be connected with the Roman Empire. Since the Roman Empire has been defunct since the fifth century, we expect it to be “revived” in some way to fulfill the end-times’ prophecies… great read