Jonathan Brentner, September 18, 2023
The United Nations recently announced that they need “7 Years of Accelerated, Transformative Action to Achieve SDGs.” The SDGs are the 17 “Sustainable Development Goals” that the U.N. put in place eight years ago through which they intend to establish a one-world government.
Below is a quote from the U.N.’s website regarding the upcoming summit during which they hope the leaders of the world will commit to a seven-year initiative to achieve all their goals: “The SDG Summit, in September 2023, must signal a genuine turning point. It must mobilize the political commitment and breakthroughs our world desperately needs. It must deliver a rescue plan for people and planet.”
At the center of this rescue plan, heads of state and government must recommit to seven years of accelerated, sustained and transformative action, both nationally and internationally, to deliver on the promise of the SDGs. Leaders can show their resolve by adopting an ambitious and forward-looking political declaration at the SDG Summit and presenting global and national commitments for SDG transformation.
Is the fact that the globalists of our day are thinking in terms of “seven years” prophetically significant? Those who believe that the 70 weeks of Daniel 9:24-27 remain relevant for our day would answer “yes.” They believe that the last week of seven years, as the prophet describes in 9:27, awaits a future fulfillment.
Those that deny the restoration of a kingdom for Israel won’t place any prophetic significance in the U.N.’s seven-year plan. They claim that Daniel’s prophecy of 70 weeks is no longer relevant because the church is now God’s kingdom on Earth and thus there’s no seven-year Tribulation followed by Jesus’ 1,000-year reign described in Revelation 20:1-10. Which position aligns with the words of Scripture? Let’s examine the evidence …