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Britain and Europe in Bible Prophecy

Britain and the European Union in Bible Prophecy

Britain and the European Union

Britain’s inevitable separation from Europe was long expected

Although the British political establishment tried to weld that country to what is in reality a Roman Catholic dominated Europe, that did not ultimately succeed. Bible prophecy clearly demonstrates that the battle over so-called ‘Brexit’ would end just as it did with Britain being separated from the European Union. After two world wars that should have brought Britain to her knees (in prayer!) the war with Europe continues and they will yet again be at war with each other.

This has been a Bible Prophecy since Daniel outlined world history from his day until the Return of Christ more than 2,500 years ago.  The prophetic word of Almighty God leaves no room for an alternative.

Other writers have noted this outcome and the documentary evidence for it has been established for at least 200 years. After identifying Britain asBritain and Europe in Bible Prophecy the latter day maritime power that would take the lead in restoring the Jews to their ancient land, George Stanley Faber, writing in 1806, says that the maritime power “cannot be leagued in friendly alliance with the confederacy… of the beast, the false prophet, and the king of the Latin or “papal earth” (i.e. Europe).

Another writer who expounded prophecy and saw Britain as being separated from Europe was John Thomas who published his Eureka in 1868. He wrote that:

“Another objection to England being numbered with the ten, is that she is not a country of the Great-Sea world. The ten horns were to ascend out of the Mediterranean upon which Daniel saw the tempest raging. Gaul, Spain, Italy, Illyria, Africa, and Dacia, are political sections of a terrene, whose waters, directly or indirectly, mostly discharge themselves into the Mediterranean. But the British Isles afar off have no relation to it at all. As Origen says in Hom. 6, A.D. 230. ‘The Britons are divided from our world.’ They are no part of the Sea Monster’s interior maritime territory…. No, the United Kingdom of England, Scotland and Ireland, was never one of the ten horns.”

Twenty Eight years ago (in September of 1990) we published a booklet entitled “Guardians of Israel & Arabia.” On page 24 we had a panel with the heading “Britain’s Exit from Europe is Inevitable!” We wrote: Read more