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Louis Napoleon: is he to be the imperial chief of the ten kingdoms and the antichrist?

by David N. Lord

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"The book of Daniel is unquestionably the key to all biblical prophecy. It is the great apocalyptic book of the Old Testament, whereas Revelation is that of the New Testament. Passages such as Matthew 24—25, M L and the book of Revelation are unintelligible without a knowledge of the book of Daniel." [28]. The Second Empire is formally inaugurated on December 2, , the day of Louis Napoleon’s coronation. He styles himself Napoleon III, Emperor of the French. (Napoleon II, the young son of Napoleon I, had died in ) A major concern of his reign will be the threatened emergence of a unified German nation.

“T he [European] Community is living largely by the heritage of the Holy Roman Empire, though the great majority of the people who live by it don’t know by what heritage they live.” —Otto von Habsburg. It is J Last night, Europe’s leaders pulled another all-nighter trying to agree on a solution to prevent Greece from going bankrupt, leaving the eurozone and hurling . The ten kingdoms, therefore, prefigured by the ten "toes" (Da ; compare Re ; ), are the ten kingdoms into which Rome shall be found finally divided when Antichrist shall appear [T REGELLES]. These, probably, are prefigured by the number ten being the prevalent one at the chief turning points of Roman history.

STUDY II "THE TIME OF THE END", OR "DAY OF HIS PREPARATION"--`DANIEL XI`--The Time of the End--Its Commencement, A.D. Its Close, A.D. What is to be Prepared, and the Object--The World's History Prophetically Traced Through its Chief Rulers--From B.C. to This Day of Preparation--The Beginning of the Time of the End Definitely . ten kings received no kingdom as yet; but receive power as kings with the beast--Hence and from Rev , 16, it seems that these ten kings or kingdoms, are to be contemporaries with the beast in its last or eighth form, namely, Antichrist.


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by David N. Lord. (Paperback)Pages: Napoleon III (Charles-Louis Napoléon Bonaparte; 20 April – 9 January ), the nephew of Napoleon I and cousin of Napoleon II, was the first president of France from toand the last French monarch from to First elected president of the French Second Republic inhe seized power inwhen he could not constitutionally be re-elected, Father: Louis I of Holland.

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Excerpt Brand: FB &c Ltd. Full text of "Louis Napoleon, the destined monarch of the world and personal antichrist: foreshown in prophecy to confirm a seven years' covenant with the Jews about, or soon afterand subsequently to become completely supreme over England and most of America until he finally perishes at the descent of Christ at the battle of Armageddon, about or soon.

Antichrist rises after their rise, at first "little" (Daniel ); but after destroying three of the ten, he becomes greater than them all (Daniel Daniel ). The three being gone, he is the eighth (compare Revelation ); a distinct head, and yet "of the seven." As the previous world kingdoms had their representative heads (Babylon.

He created two princes imperial (his brothers Joseph and Louis), seven permanent high dignitaries, twenty great officers, four of them ordinary marshals, and ten marshals in active service, a number of posts at Court open to members of the old nobility.

ten kings received no kingdom as yet; but receive power as kings with the beast--Hence and from Revelation Revelationit seems that these ten kings or kingdoms, are to be contemporaries with the beast in its last or eighth form, namely, Antichrist.

He then resurrected just as prophecy declared He would. The Antichrist walked about killing people for exactly prophetic years, or days, which is actually years in reality.

His "main man" the Pope is then "killed" by Napoleon when he dies in exile and the Vatican is no longer in power. Louis IV (September / September – 10 September ), called d'Outremer or Transmarinus (both meaning "from overseas"), reigned as king of West Francia from to A member of the Carolingian dynasty, he was the only son of king Charles the Simple and his second wife Eadgifu of Wessex, daughter of King Edward the Elder of Wessex.

His reign is Coronation: in Laon. In Daniel, the ten kings are ten kingdoms or dynasties; the several beasts which he saw in vision, were not the symbols of particular men, but of nations. When therefore the Apostle speaks of Antichrist as "the man of sin," and "the son of perdition," it is perfectly consistent with Scriptural usage to understand him to refer to an order of men.

However, Emperor Napoleon I was the beneficiary of the first antichrist and became its embodiment. One can therefore identify Robespierre, Marat, or Napoleon (or preferably all three) as the first antichrist.

Napoleon is the favorite, of course, because he held so much power for such a long period of time and conquered many nations. The fourth empire from Babylon was Rome ( B.C. to A.D.) The angel also informs us that “the ten horns out of this kingdom are ten kings that shall arise.” V.

The Roman Empire was split up into just ten smaller kingdoms between the years and A.D. The following are their ancient and modern names: 1. Alemanni. The ten kingdoms, therefore, prefigured by the ten “toes” (Daniel ; compare Revelation ; Revelation ), are the ten kingdoms into which Rome shall be found finally divided when Antichrist shall appear [Tregelles].

These, probably, are prefigured by the number ten being the prevalent one at the chief turning points of Roman history. Revelation –18 b. The Antichrist out of the Sea of Nations 1 And [ins.I] saw a beast [wild-beast] rise up [ascending] out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns [ten horns and seven heads] 1, and upon his horns ten crowns [diadems], and upon his heads the [om.

the] name [names 2] of blasphemy.[;] 2 and the beast [wild-beast] which [that] I saw was like unto a. The ten kingdoms, therefore, prefigured by the ten "toes," are the ten kingdoms into which Rome shall be found finally divided, when Antichrist shall appear (Daniel cf.

Revelation ; Revelation ). (Tregelles.) These, probably, are prefigured by the number ten being the prevalent one at the chief turning points of Roman history. The Jamieson, Fausset, Brown Commentary online free at for sermon, Bible study, and Sunday school preparation.Antichrist will destroy three complete nations out of the original ten of fallen Rome.

Daniel"And the ten horns out of this kingdom are ten kings that shall arise: and another shall rise after them; and he shall be diverse from the first, and he shall subdue three kings.".The ten kingdoms, therefore, prefigured by the ten "toes" (Da ; compare Re ; ), are the ten kingdoms into which Rome shall be found finally divided when Antichrist shall appear [Tregelles].

These, probably, are prefigured by the number ten being the prevalent one at the chief turning points of Roman history.