Sunday, August 14, 2016

The Bible's Isaiah 55:5 seems to point to the USA as a future unknown/unnamed nation Israel will call on

Where is America in the Bible’s End Times Events

America didn’t exist in the time period the Bible was being written. Even the continent of land it is on was not known, so how could the Bible describe a place that would be unknown until 2,000 years in the future? The Bible shows us how. There are very compelling evidences in Washington D.C. that point to it being a place prepared by God to play a major role in last days’ events. It’s possible we have already fulfilled our major role by supporting Israel and God’s people until this current time in history. In the 55th chapter of Isaiah we find a reference to a future nation what very well could be America.

The Christian Bible's Isaiah 55:5 speaks of a nation Israel will call upon and how that nation will come to the aid of Israel.

Isa 55:5 "Behold, you will call a nation you do not know, And a nation which knows you not will run to you, Because of the LORD your God, even the Holy One of Israel; For He has glorified you."

This verse appears to point directly to the United States of America.  Why do I believe this?  God prepared number that ties the USA with the Bible and then associated that number with the Biblical reference that prophesized about the nation Israel would call upon. Isaiah 55:5 links the number, "555," to an unknown nation whom Israel will one day call upon.  The number, "555" is also found associated with the Washington Monument:  a well-known symbol of the United States, a nation that was unknown during biblical times.  Further evidence also supports the tie between Israel and the United States through the number, "555."   Consider the following details:

·         The Washington Monument on the National Mall:
o   Monuments are typically location markers of important places; memorials are created to honor or remember individuals. Although many consider the Washington Monument to be a type of memorial to George Washington, the name identification of it as a "Monument" suggests it is considered both a memorial to George Washington as well as a location marker for Washington D.C., the capital of the United States. Furthermore, the Washington Monument has no marking or other references associating it with George Washington. It has all the characteristics as simply a place marker.
o   The Washington Monument is the tallest stone structure in the world.  It amazingly happens to be 555 feet tall. When it opened to the public in 1888, it was the world’s tallest man-made structure, until it was surpassed by the Eiffel Tower completed in 1889.. By law, no buildings in Washington D.C. are allowed to be taller than 555 feet. 555 is a key number associated with this monument.
o   The Washington Monument is the centerpiece of the USA National Mall:  I’ve written in other articles about a very definite cross that is revealed when you draw lines between the Capitol Building and the Lincoln Memorial, east to west, and between the White House and the Jefferson Memorial, north to south. The Washington Monument is located where these two lines cross, at the center of the National Mall. If you examine the specific area of the giant National Mall you will see this cross very clearly.  Of course, the cross is a universal symbol for Jesus Christ, Son of God; the God of the founders of the United States of America. The monument as well as the other Christian symbols found on the mall tell us it is a place where we can expect to find religious significance as it relates to the Holy Bible.