“The hypocrisy of the Antichrist in (his first) period will reach the point that he, even in his relationship to Christians, will not oppose them, but will appear ready to be their benefactor. He will try to imitate Christ in the external, showy side of his life. The majority of Christians, not guided by the spiritual wisdom of the Church, but by worldly wisdom, will not see this deceit, recognizing the Antichrist as Christ who has come to earth a second time. The monks of the Solovetsky monastery pass on the answer given by Righteous Zosima to his disciples when he was asked how the Antichrist could be recognized. Righteous Zosima said, “When you will hear that Christ has appeared on earth, know then that this is the Antichrist.” This answer is most precise. “The world or mankind will not recognize the Antichrist, it will recognize him as Christ, it will proclaim him Christ…..” (“Antichrist”, by Very Reverend Boris Moltchanoff published in 1976, by Archpriest George Grabbe, Department of Foregin Relations Synod of Bishops, New York., pp. 1-4.)
At the time when the serpent shall come, there will be no calm on the earth; … He will come as one humble, … a lover of the poor, … gracious to all … deceiving the world, until he has become king … promising (Christians) every sort of protection in return for their acknowledgment of his leadership.
Those not comprehending Christianity will see in him a representative and champion of the true religion and will join with him … and then this serpent will become proud in his heart and vomit forth his bitterness … .
(Christ) will not leave the human race without His preaching, in order that all will be without answer at the Judgment … (but the faithful remnant of Christians) will flee into the wilderness and mountains and caves–praying day and night in great humility.., that they may be delivered from the serpent,.. And this will be granted them from the holy God.
For by permission of the Holy God, (Antichrist) will receive the power to deceive the world, because impiety will have filled the earth, and everywhere every sort of horror will be committed … . (http://www.roca.org/OA/51/51g.htm)
St. Nilus the Myrrhstreamer vs. The Truth about the Prophecies of St. Nilus the Myrrhgusher I tend to think the former is true. If the prophecies say that the monks of Mt. Athos will enter apostasy then can we trust Mt. Athos to testify to their veracity?
Elder Daniel’s Prophecy of WW3 (Sorry, I lost the real link to this.)
Apocalypse Predictions: Threat from the East and Fire from the Sky (25.01.2010 Margarita Troitsina Yoki.ru)
Schema-monk Aristocleus, not long before his death in August 1918, said that “now we are undergoing the times before Antichrist, but Russia will yet be delivered. There will be much suffering, much torture. The whole of Russia will become a prison, and one must greatly entreat the Lord for forgiveness. One must repent of one’s sins and fear to do even the least sin, but strive to do good, even the smallest. For even the wing of a fly has weight, but God’s scales are exact. And when even the smallest of good in the cup overweighs, then will God reveal His mercy upon Russia. Ten days before the end (of his life) he said that the end would come through China. There will be and extraordinary outburst and a miracle of God would be manifested. And there will be an entirely different life, but all this will not be for long” [Orth. Russia, 1969, #21, p. 3]. …
St. John of Kronstadt also prophesied that the deliverance of Russia would come from the East [I.K. Sursky, Father John of Kronstadt, Belgrade, 1942, vol. 2, p. 24 — Excerpts from this work are in preparation for publication by the St. John of Kronstadt Press]. …
Archbishop Theophan of Poltava summed up in the 1930’s the prophecies which he had received from such elders as these: … Before the coming of Antichrist Russia must yet be restored — to be sure, for a short time. And in Russia there must be a Tsar forechosen by the Lord Himself. He will be a man of burning faith, great mind and iron will. This much has been revealed about him. … [The Orthodox Word, 1969, no. 4, p. 194]. …
This (next) prophecy, which has now appeared in several printings in the last decade, concerns the literal resurrection of St. Seraphim before the end of the world. … “Many times I heard from the mouth of the great God-pleaser, the Elder, Father Seraphim, hat (sic) he would not lie in Sarov with his flesh. And behold, one I (Motovilov) dared to ask (Father Seraphim, and he said,) ‘The Lord God has ordained that I, humble Seraphim, should live considerably longer than a hundred years. But since toward that time the bishops will become so impious that in their impiety they will surpass the Greek bishops of the time of Theodosius the Younger … therefore it has been pleasing to the Lord God to take me, humble Seraphim, from this temporal life until the time, and then resurrect me; and my resurrection will be as the resurrection of the Seven Youths in the cave of Ochlon in the days of Theodosius the Younger.’
(Molitov continues,) “Having revealed to me this great and fearful mystery, the great Elder informed me that after his resurrection he would go from Sarov to Diveyevo and there he would begin the preaching of world-wide repentance. For this preaching, and above all because of the miracle of resurrection, a great multitude of people will assemble from all the ends of the earth; Diveyevo will become a lavra, Vertyanova will become a city, and Arzamas a province. And preaching repentance in Diveyevo, Batiushka Seraphim will uncover four relics in it, and after uncovering them he himself will lie down in their midst. And then soon will come the end of everything.
“Another time St. Seraphim spoke to Motovilov concerning the spiritual state of the last Christians who will remain faithful to God before the end of the world:
“ ‘And in the days of that great sorrow, of which it is said that no flesh would be saved unless, for the sake of the elect, those days will be cut short — in those days the remnant of the faithful are to experience in themselves something like that which was experienced once by the Lord Himself when He, hanging upon the Cross, being perfect God and perfect Man, felt Himself so forsaken by His Divinity that He cried out to Him: My God, My God, why hast Thou forsaken Me? The last Christians also will experience in themselves a similar abandonment of humanity by the grace of God, but only for a very short time, after the passing of which the Lord will not delay immediately to appear in all His glory, and all the holy Angels with Him. And then will be performed in all its fulness everything fore-ordained from the ages in the pre-eternal counsel (of the Holy Trinity)’” [The Orthodox Word, 1973, no. 50, pp. 123-4]. …
In the book which most thoroughly describes the events to occur at the end o the world, the Apocalypse of St. John the Theologian, at the opening of the seventh seal, which precedes the final plague to come upon mankind; it is said that there was silence in heaven for the space of half an hour [Apoc 8:1]. Some have interpreted this to mean a short period of peace before the final events o world history — namely, the short period of the restoration of Russia, when the preaching of world-wide repentance will begin with Russia … . (The Future of Russia and the End of the World; from an address, delivered at the Orthodox Youth Conference in San Francisco in 1981, was originally published in The Orthodox Word, Nos. 100-101 (1981; vol. 17, nos. 5-6), pp. 205-217. A tape recording of the address is available from Holy Trinity Monastery Bookstore, Jordanville, NY 13361)
We also have:
In his “Centuries,” Nostradamus (not an Orthodox Saint, but from the Russian realm, which was Orthodox in his time) mentioned a “threat from the East” that will cause the apocalypse. The famous prophet also spoke of “fire that will fall from the sky.” Saint Matrona Moskovskaya of Russia predicted a cataclysm when “everything will fall through the ground.” “Everything will melt like ice,” predicted Vanga, a famous Bulgarian prophet back in 1979. …
Advent of the Anti-Christ
There were many prophecies regarding advent of the Anti-Christ. Russian Saint Seraphim Sarovsky (1759-1833) predicted that the entire Earth would burn down and nothing would be left, and this would happen when the “Anti-Christ” comes to Earth. He also mentioned several times that Russian Kazan Cathedral would be “lifted into the air.” …
“Everything Will Fall Through the Ground.”
Saint Matrona Moskovskaya (1881-1952) predicted the Great October Revolution, World War II, and many other events. She also had some obscure predictions like “There will be no war, you will all die without a war, there will be many victims, you all will be lying on the ground dead…In the evening everything will be on the ground and in the morning you will rise – everything will fall through the ground.” …
“Everything Will Melt Like Ice”
Back in 1979, a famous Bulgarian prophet Vanga (1911-1996) said: “Everything will melt like ice.” She was confident that apocalypse was unavoidable. But before it happens, the human race is to experience terrible diseases, hunger and thirst …
Prophecies of the churches
Padre Pio “The Three Days of Darkness and “ The Era of Light”
In the beginning of the 21 century, he said, an earthquake would destroy “one of the most powerful cities in the world.” He said that on the last night of “the three days of darkness” the Satan himself, spreading fear and grief around the world, would appear. Then, the Blessed Virgin would come, bringing the era of light.
Observations on Bible Prophecy
The War against Israel of Psalm 83 during the end-times.
The Woman Clothed with the Sun the Birth of the Manchild, and 1/3 of the Stars cast down to the Earth
Just because they are listed here does not mean I think they are from God.
Jonathan Hanson Prophecies When Rev. Jonathan Hanson was interviewed by Sid Roth on “Its Supernatural” Rev. Hanson said that following the Northwest earthquake, both the stock market would collapse and civil unrest would follow. (TribulationTruth)
Emerald Ministries – A Christian ministry out of Houston, TX that posts prophecies.
Urgent Message from David Wilkerson, May, 2009.
John Shorey quotes Wilkerson from 30 years ago.
His own words prove that Wilkerson not a Prophet of God
Dmitri Duduman critiqued – I would start from #33 to the end. These to me are the most damaging to Duduman’s case.
Likely Victims of a Mind Control Program (In my opinion)
“The Prophet of God”, Dr. Owuor
Hopi prophecy of the Blue Kachina
“4] On October 24, 2007 “Comet 17P/Holmes shocked astronomers on Oct. 24, 2007, with a spectacular eruption. In less than 24 hours, the 17th magnitude comet brightened by a factor of nearly a million, becoming a naked-eye object in the evening sky. By mid-November the expanding comet was the largest object in the solar system–bigger even than the Sun.”
“5] Hopi and Mayan Elders met and agreed Comet Holmes was the star foretold in their prophecies. The seven year period has begun.” (Biblically this can not be the seven years of the antichrist, or certain things would have already happened by now – 6, 2012.)
List of “False Prophets”
Kim Clement – False Prophet! On the other hand, he gave prophecies in 2007 and 2014 that have been coming true in 2016-2018.
Of course the Simpsons knew Trump would be elected many years before he was, so Clement could be using sources that work in the shadows to guide events, and not be receiving prophecy from God even if he is accurate on these things.
Dr. Edward Owuor – God’s Prophet / Dr. Edward Owuor – not God’s Prophet – Unless someone proves to me that he is not pre-trib rapture, I am leaving him here. Also, his immanent war with Iran (2012?) is taking a lo-o-ong time coming around.
USA Prophet – Stephen Bening. Said that something significant would happen in his life and his associate, Matthew Stephen’s, life by late 2012. As of the spring of 2014 his website has no follow-up. Surely there would be one if his prophecy regarding this had been fulfilled.
Vine Ministry International – Matthew Stephen gets to be down here since he is in a “prophetic partnership” with Stephen Bening, above.