Dec 29, 2008

Ahmadinejad: World's Problems Due To The Rejection Of Allah

By Jimmy DeYoung

The Iranian President Ahmadinejad, in a recent telecast seen throughout all of Europe, said that the world's problems are rooted in a rejection of Allah, the Islamic god, and if Jesus Christ lived today, He would stand up against any world powers that act as bullies. Ahmadinejad said that the crises in security, the family, morality, politics, security, and the world economy have come about because the prophets have been forgotten, Allah has been forgotten, and some world leaders are estranged from Allah.

Tehran has accused the world of trying to destabilize the Islamic Republic of Iran and to do all possible to stop Iran's nuclear ambitions of developing a nuclear weapon of mass destruction.

Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News

The statement by Iranian President Ahmadinejad that the world's rejection of the Islamic god Allah, is the basis for all of the world's troubles, is not correct politically, or prophetically - according to Bible prophecy.

The very vocal president of Iran, President Ahmadinejad, has, over the last several years, denied that there was ever a Jewish Holocaust, that Israel must be wiped off the Earth, and that the Jewish state is near to a complete collapse. This radical rhetoric from the radical Muslim leader has now hit a higher pitch as he says that god, the Islamic god Allah, is very displeased with the world's rejection of the Islamic deity and thus there are many problems. However, the true God of the Bible and the people of the Bible, the Jews and the Christians, this one true God is indeed displeased with rejection of His plan for all of human kind.

Revelation 16 is evidence that even in a very troubled time, the Great Tribulation, and faced with intense judgment, men will not repent and turn to Jesus Christ (Revelation 16:8-11). It is not rejection of the Islamic god Allah but rejection of the true God of the Bible that brings judgment upon the world. Bible prophecy will be fulfilled.