The Mark of the Beast






I have mulled over America’s inability to warrant our religious freedom during The Great Tribulation.

I googled about Barack Obama’s religion and got the following excerpt of an article published by Edward Blum on January 19, 2016 on OUPblog:


“All of these seemingly little things may matter, just as our ability to find more than 30 million results to the question of Barack Obama’s faith. One dilemma of the Information Age is how to deal with all of the information we have. Another is to deal with what information we think we have, when in fact we may not.

So when it comes to the religion of Obama, neither I, nor Google, nor any of us will ever ‘know.’ As to whether the United States was, is, or will be a ‘Christian nation’ (or ‘country’) is another question we cannot ‘know.’ But that’s the beauty of religion and perhaps the Internet itself: the point isn’t always to know. It’s to believe.”


I felt bewildered and anguished with the news, fact or fiction, of a mandatory implanted microchip, for it may become the American counterpart of the Jewish Mark of the Beast.  Will the Federal Government assure the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights during The Great Tribulation? Will an executive order defy the Amendment? It states:


“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”



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