By Duane S. Crowther
Information about the audio download Anarchy in America
The author’s series of presentations on future events document numerous prophecies which foretell coming national and international happenings. This talk, Anarchy in America, discusses events in the future period between the third and fourth world wars, describing events preceding the establishment of the New Jerusalem.
It explains many prophetic warnings from LDS General Authorities that God will pour out His judgments upon the earth after the gospel is taken from the Gentiles, and about widespread anarchy in America because of a complete collapse of the U.S. government. A major message is that many of the saints and righteous Gentiles will gather in the mountains for safety, eventually being cut off from the rest of the land. Subheadings within the talk include:
(1) Future war and strife within the United States;
(2) The government of the United States will completely collapse;
(3) War will spread from America to other lands;
(4) A Remnant of Jacob to tread down the Gentiles;
(5) The gathering of the Saints to the mountains;
(6) The righteous Gentiles will also gather to the mountains;
(7) The Saints will eventually be cut off from the rest of the land;
(8) The influx of people will bring a danger of famine to the West;
(9) The fulfilling of the times of the Gentiles is an important chronological event;
(10) Prophecies providing chronological correlation between World War III and the period of internal wars;
(11) Great calamities are to come after the gospel is taken from the Gentiles;
(12) The Lord’s desolating scourge;
(13) Famine and drought;
(14) An earthquake in America; and
(15) Jackson County to be swept clean.
In summary, Anarchy in America effectively presents and analyzes the dozens of warnings revealed by inspired prophets concerning this future era when the Lord will prepare His people to establish the New Jerusalem.
(Talk length: 79 minutes)
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