Benedict blamed the sexual revolution of the 1960s for collapse, ( but a mistranslation could better explain it, says Dr. Richard Ruhling, author on current events and Bible prophecy.

LOS ANGELES, CA, January 28, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — The church claims Peter as the first pope, based on Christ’s saying, “you are Peter, and on this rock I will build My church.” But Christ was talking about Peter’s confession two verses earlier, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.” But Peter is translated from Petros, meaning stone; Petra in Greek would mean rock. Christ is the Rock and confessing He is “the Son of the living God” is the basis of His church.

Ruhling says early Americans risked death at sea, from starvation or Indians to flee the Old World where the church burned heretics at the stake for owning a Bible, “a dangerous book” according to P0pe Francis who is represented by the woman riding the beast of New World Order in Revelation where Babylon falls, 17th and 18th chapters and the Bible calls us to come out of the confused systems of government, medicine, education and religion.

Ruhling’s book, MegaQuake 2023 offers timelines and events that will impact the economy and signal end-times for the US and the world when “God will shake the world terribly” at the end of Isaiah’s 2nd chapter. It’s “the day of the Lord” signaled by Muslim’s taking Jerusalem in the last chapter of Zechariah when “the Lord shall roar from Jerusalem..the heavens and earth shall shake.” Ruhling claims “the day of the Lord” was signaled by events in 2015, including The San Andreas movie release.

He says California will be hit because Hollywood has promoted so many negative lifestyles. Judgment will be like God judged Egypt for enslaving Israel and throwing their babies in the river. The US has most people in negative habits and it has thrown 63 million babies in the trash. The Exodus was a Jubilee event that later came every 50 years, and 50 years from Roe v Wade is this year, 2023.

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