Is Bush Really the Anti-Christ?
In Bush's speech on Thursday, he made a bizarre reference to Isaih 61 when he said, "In the words of the prophet Isaiah, "To the captives, 'come out,' -- and to those in darkness, 'be free.'" The mention of this verse has caused some stir on one message board operated by Democratic Underground. Here is the message posted by BeHereNow:
In his telepromter read speech tonight, the cowboy king of the world delivered a message to the fundie x-tians and zionists that probably has them swooning and speaking in tongues.
VERY IMPORTANT TO UNDERSTAND THE REFERENCE~!!!
Isaiah 61: v-1-
FOLKS- He just declared himself the same as JESUS! These are the same verses JESUS applies to himself in Nazareth in the New Testament. And what was Jesus referring to? HIS SECOND COMING. Bush just announced the second coming of Christ ya'll. There is SOOOO much reference here it is impossible to explain!!!!
The main reference is in underline above. Normally I would not report on such things; however, when even the Pope is concerned, as revealed in this report, one has to stop and think: Could Bush really be the Anti-Christ or is he merely the "Prophet" proclaiming the arrival of the Anti-Christ? Or, for the skeptics, is this all just religious bull? You decided.
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