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Is elon Musk a prophet sent by God to warn the world government including the United Nations, its offshoots and the World Economic Forum?

I cannot speculate.

I do not know if Musk is a believer in Jesus.

I do believe that the Lord will use who he wants to use, in whatever capacity he wants to use them.

Musk's usefulness is certainly that of a world government skeptic, according to his comments. Only the Lord knows if he was sent by God.

A question arose about Elon Musk's prophecy status after his comments via remote video to the 2023 World Government Summit in Dubai on Wednesday.

Musk gave attendees at the WGS a dose of reality when he spoke to them via remote video:

"I know this is called the 'World Government Summit,' but I think we should be a little bit concerned about actually becoming too much of a single world government," he said.

"If I may say, we want to avoid creating a civilization at risk by having — frankly, this might sound a little odd — too much cooperation between governments."

Many Christians believe Revelation 13 and 17 describes the world government that the prophet Daniel revealed would be in place when Jesus returns (Daniel 2).

Daniel, who was living in Babylon after being carried away captive from Israel along with thousands of others, goes on to describe how the world government will be destroyed forever and replaced by the everlasting kingdom of the Lord.

Now, during a January 2022 interview with the satire site Babylon Bee, the Tesla Co-founder and CEO Musk said this about the Lord:

"I agree with the principles that Jesus advocated. There's some great wisdom in the teachings of Jesus, and I agree with those teachings."

He continued, "Things like 'turn the other cheek' are very important, as opposed to 'an eye for an eye'. An eye for an eye leaves everyone blind," Musk said.

"Forgiveness is important and treating people as you would wish to be treated. 'Love thy neighbor as thyself.'"

"But hey, if Jesus is saving people, I mean, I won't stand in His way," Musk added. "Sure, I'll be saved. Why not?"

The Babylon Bee hosts celebrated Musk's response.

Musk is known for his sometimes quirky nature and sarcastic remarks. Why he would be sarcastic about Jesus I do not know. But he may have been serious during that bee interview.

I do know that the Lord has used prophets like Daniel, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Joel, etc. to warn governments, empires, nations and kingdoms of their upcoming demise.

So don't you be a part of the world government's demise.

Accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. He offers the gift of eternal life to those who truly believe in him.

Long live the Gospel of Jesus Christ!



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