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Satan’s Drama

Monday, February 20th, 2012

A director does not begin the first act of his drama unless the script is totally written and all the actors are trained to play their parts. Once the drama begins, the other acts must follow.

The opening act of Satan’s drama was the Egyptian uprising. All the other Mideast violence is the introductory act, which takes place in front of the curtain. When this opening act is finished, then the curtain will open and the whole world will see the fullness of the stage. So, the uprising in Egypt is more than just a first act. It is a signal that Satan’s drama has begun.

What is the conclusion of his drama? Is there any doubt? He wants to turn earth into a hell, the whole earth, not just the Middle East. Satan wants to cast his fire upon the earth before I can cast my fire.

He does not know, however, that I intend to destroy his story, to send people onto his stage that would change the plot so he does not succeed. If his drama is allowed to unfold according to his time table, more and more of the world will be destroyed. The world does not see these Middle East events for what they are. The world thinks they are passing events (just like what went before) because Satan has not yet pulled back the curtain and revealed the whole stage. When it is pulled back, the world will see these events as much more serious than they could ever understand.

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