Mary Danielsen: ‘Privacy, Meet Pandemic’ – ID2020 & Government Solutions

by | Apr 20, 2020 | Bible Prophecy, Christianity, COVID 19, Discernment, Globalism, Podcast, Religious Freedom | 0 comments

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TODAY’S GUEST – author and ‘watchman on the wall’, Mary Danielsen has presented over 150 prophecy updates to the church. You can hear her radio segments, “Two Minute Warnings” around the country on Christian stations.  She also produces a series of tracts called “Contenders’ Series,” which outline and expose various winds of doctrine blowing through the professing church in these last days. 

We discuss the ‘Corona crisis’ and the global push for government solutions, a cashless society, and a digital identity for every human being. We start by addressing the citizen ‘freedom protests’ in many states and the threat of government overreach.

When worldviews collide: there are two main worldviews relating to governing:

Option 1: people are born free and sovereign, and surrender certain freedoms to a limited government for mutual benefit. Sovereign people ruling sovereign nation-states.

Option 2: Sovereign government. In this option, the government collects and distributes benefits, controlling people in various ways, convincing their subjects that big government is their one true hope.

The Bible predicts for the latter days a brutal global government in which the sovereign nation-state gives way to a global government (OPTION 2). The nation-state was birthed in the Roman Empire and will come to an end in a Revived Roman Empire that will be in place when Jesus returns.

ALSO: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, vaccine rumors/ Mark of the Beast, GAVI, IBM, AGENDA 2030, ID2020 (UN, World Health Organization, Rockefeller Foundation, tech giants, partnerships)


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