The United States and Britain in Bible Prophecy
What’s ahead for the United States and Britain?
Is the world’s most powerful nation—the United States of America—overlooked in Bible prophecy? Why are relatively small powers like Egypt, Syria and Lebanon mentioned, but no nation recognizable as the United States can be found? What about other major English-speaking nations such as the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia?
In fact, many prophecies do mention these nations. But, without a proper understanding of history and the Scriptures, few can identify these countries and understand what lies ahead for them.
The Bible study aid booklet, The United States and Britain in Bible Prophecy , takes you on a remarkable journey through history and Bible prophecy to reveal an incredible story with sobering implications for the major English-speaking nations. You can’t afford to be without this priceless information.
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Why has history been so benevolent and economically generous to Britain and the United States? Why have they been blessed so favorably over the nations that preceded them in history? The answer lies in the understanding and fulfillment of biblical prophecy (p. 4).
God’s promise to Abraham was not limited to a small and ancient people in the Middle East. It extends far into the future, and it is not limited by national boundaries (p. 10).
Where can we find the descendants of Joseph, the lost tribes of Ephraim and Manasseh? This list of blessings eliminates most of the nations of the world as contenders. To find them we must ask: Which nations possess these blessings in our world? (p. 26).
When we understand that the modern descendants of Joseph are the people of the United States and Britain, we see that over the past three centuries God has been true to His promises (p. 76).
Though the United States and Britain do not appear in the Bible’s prophecies of the end time under their present names, God hasn’t ignored these nations. He identifies them in prophecy according to their ancestry. Most people simply haven’t known where to look for them (p. 92).