Air Date: August 30, 2012
Speaker: Gary Kah
This Crosstalk is a recording of a presentation given by Gary Kah when he appeared at a VCY Rally at the Corn Palace in Mitchell, South Dakota, in March of this year.
Gary is a former specialist for Europe in the Middle East working for the state of Indiana. He became aware of a global push for a one-world political, economic and religious system. He has been researching developments in this area for many years. His ministry is known as Hope for the World.
The year 2012 is here and according to some, the world is supposed to end on December 21st because of a prediction from the ancient Mayan calendar. Because of this, many interfaith gatherings are being planned throughout the year in order bring the religions of the world together and facilitate a quantum leap into a new spiritual order. Much of this appears to be driven by New Age globalists who are doing all they can to make their dream of an occult world order come true.
Interestingly, Gary noted that the Bible warns of unprecedented worldwide deception, spearheaded by the anti-Christ, that will take place in the final days of human history just prior to the return of Christ.
Join Gary as he combs through the evidence to prove his point and then looks at other global issues that signal our need to seek Christ in these uncertain times. Such issue include:
–The “occupy” movement’s seeming desire to cause instability and call for
a new world order and new financial system.
–The threat of a global depression.
–The Vatican’s call for a global public authority and a central world bank.
–The European Commission’s efforts to further integrate the economies and
finances of EU nations.
–The Arab Spring uprisings that are threatening to destabilize the Middle
–The Global March to Jerusalem movement and the prominent people that
–Syria’s key place amidst the current Middle East turmoil.
Call 1-800-729-9829 and ask for this Crosstalk program. To obtain an audio copy of the entire rally, ask for the Gary Kah Corn Palace rally from March of 2012. This rally is not available in video form.