A World Divided into Ten Regions?

Global Government

According to some global entities, our world is not divided by country borders.  It’s divided by regional borders.

Ten regions, to be specific.

You may not know, but in 2009 the United Nations Parliamentary Assembly quietly established a new research program on global democracy, called the “Building Global Democracy” project.

Their goals (amongst others) are to democratize global affairs, increase global democracy awareness, and to build global networks.

The following is a screenshot from their website. Notice the words “ten regions,” and the representative from each region:

BGD Team
The UN’s BGD Ten World Reps

And check out this map, also from the UN’s website.  Notice the ten regions.

UN Ten Regions
UN Ten World Regions

Why Is This Important?

A very important prophecy in the Books of Daniel and Revelation describes how, in the Last Days, the planet would be divided into ten regions, and the Coming World Leader would rule over them. (Rev 13:1; Dan 7:16-24; Dan 2:41-42)

Many Bible scholars have dismissed the idea of the UN leading the impending world government.  However, I believe they will play a key part in the End Times.

Here’s why: back in September of last year, the highly-publicized UN meeting convened in New York to discuss and approve the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.  The plan created 17 global goals, to include ending poverty and hunger, etc.

And here’s the kicker: the plan supersedes Congress and the legislatures of the remaining 193 countries.

Yet they all agreed to it.

Whether the global government is led by the UN or some other organization, it will happen…

…maybe sooner than we think.

Cover FinalFor prophecy students and those awaiting their King’s return, look up!  But put your nose in your Bible, too!

We may be convening soon at the Wedding Supper of the Lamb.  I hope to see you there.

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