President Trump urged the UN to reject globalism and embrace patriotism, but was interrupted by laughter. The Guardian

It might surprise most readers to see how the Bible supports President Trump as making the US great again, even at the cost of his life.

When asked about the end of the world, the Great Teacher who divided BC from AD said to understand the book of Daniel. In Daniel 8, we see a confrontation of a ram that probably represents militant Islam, pushing north (into Russia) south into Africa, and west into Europe and North America.

The ram angers a goat that flies from the west to stomp the ram and break its horns that are said to be the kings of Media and Persia. Historically Alexander the Great conquered those nations in the Battle of Arbela in 331 BC.

But the angel Gabriel said, “the vision is at the time of the end.” Dan 8:17. As we think about it, it’s half fulfilled now with Saddam of Iraq (first horn) already broken. Iran’s inability to get along with Israel and its outspoken intent to drive them into the sea suggests trouble.

Muslim animosity toward Israel seems like the scorpion that stung the frog as it carried the scorpion across the stream, but the scorpion exclaimed, “I couldn’t help it--it’s just my nature!”

When Jerusalem suffers destruction as the hands of Islam, the goat in Daniel 8 will stomp militant Islam and break the horn of Persia (Iran), verse 7. But when the goat then becomes great, the great horn is broken.

Horns in Bible times were used to make trumpets. The great horn may represent Trump as Commander in Chief of the forces that stop a Middle East threat from militant Islam.

But after the US becomes great, its great horn is broken. Alexander the Great died prematurely. History repeats, a phrase that is also based on the Bible.

“What is to come has been already and God summons each event back in its turn” Ecclesiastes 3:15, New English Bible.

Author's Bio: 

Richard Ruhling is author of The Alpha & Omega Bible Code that is FREE on Wednesday, Sept 26, and offers more information on Daniel, Revelation and the wedding parables. If you don’t have a Kindle, Amazon offers a free app to read on your pc or phone, visit