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The Prophesied Breakup of NATO

Europe is about to take control of its future—leading to the dramatic fulfilment of Bible prophecy.

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The Philadelphia Trumpet is a monthly newsmagazine. Unlike any other publication currently in circulation, it doesn’t just report the news - it explains why the news happens. It goes beyond analyzing current events, and dares to forecast what will happen in the months and years ahead. Articles address the meaning behind geopolitical shifts, economic trends and social conditions, showing where all these events are heading. How? The Trumpet uses the Holy Bible as its foundational resource: It is able to see sharply into the future, because it brings focus to information about world events through the dual lenses of biblical history and prophecy.

The Holy Roman Empire has made pivotal and defining contributions to Western civilization—but its many reincarnations have also come with painful and catastrophic consequences. European leaders aim to unite the fractured continent of Europe by reviving the legacy of this extraordinary church-state combine. One of the great lessons of this empire is that it always comes back. There is always another resurrection. The Holy Roman Empire is not just a relic of history. It is about to play a central role in world events. Coming to understand about the nature and character of this powerful institution tells you as much about the future as it does about the past.

Remembering five decades of accurate forecasting by Herbert W. Armstrong

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