Showing posts from October, 2010


This is my first article of the year. I am publishing it on the first day of the first full week of the new year. It is also the tenth day of the first month of the year that rounds off the first ten years of the twenty-first century. That could be written as 10-01-10 or 01-10-10, depending on your convention. And when we consider that some biblical prognosticators have described the twenty-first century as belonging to God – that is, to the promised earthly kingdom of the Lord Jesus Christ – this would make it an apt time to talk about the “Times and Seasons of the Kingdom.” Now, the above play on numbers in today’s date may be a mere coincidence, but it so happens that I had planned to publish this article last week, but a combination of computer glitches, Internet hiccups and physical indisposition compelled me to put it off. You know, there are those who don’t believe in coincidences. Watch out, brothers and sisters! Yes, there was a time when “Jesus is coming soon” was a slogan o


What we have been learning about the envisioned language nations of the Millennium and their territorial inheritance is one reason why the Anointed One’s coming to establish the promised kingdom is described as the coming of “the desire of all nations.” It answers the deepest aspiration of all ethnic groups of the earth: a land and nation of their own . “And I will shake all nations [the present ethnic conglomerations of nations are falling apart!] and the desire of all nations shall come : and I will fill this house [the millennial Temple in Jerusalem, the focus of the global kingdom] with glory, saith the LORD of hosts. The silver is mine, and the gold is mine, saith the LORD of hosts. The glory of this latter house shall be greater than of the former, saith the LORD of hosts: and in this place will I give peace , saith the LORD of hosts” (Haggai 2:7-9). That’s when the lofty aspirations of the proposed New World Order, as captured in the speech of former United States presid


“But there are only about 200 nations in the world today,” you say, having read my previous article in which I envisioned 6,000 language nations for the promised kingdom of our Lord . You’re right, and that’s because we’ve tolerated too much of the latter-day wine of Babel, man’s own brew of confusion. We’ve thrown and bundled the people together till the world has been afflicted with the killer disease of ethnic strife. From the Americas and the United Kingdom in the west, through the Balkans, looking southwards into Africa – not overlooking my home country Nigeria, a classic case of how ethnic conglomeration can be a pain in the neck and a stumbling block to progress – and all the way into Russia, the Middle East and the Far East, we’ve seen men at arms, exacting the heavy toll of millions of lives, all because of a self-serving agenda that unequally yoked them together. “But did you say 6,000 nations ? What small territories those would be.” Well, going by the total surface ar