The Worthless Shephard Analysis

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Worthless Shephard

The end of the section entitled, “Man of Intrigue”, lists but a few examples of Donald Trump’s malicious behavior towards the elderly, the disabled, even his own relatives. But there is an incident so disgusting, so beyond the pale of decency — not to mention prophetically significant — I thought deserved its own section.
Zechariah 11 contrasts The Good Shepherd and The Worthless Shephard. It is an expansion of Jesus’ statement in John 5:43, “I (The Good Shephard) have come in My Father’s name, and you do not receive Me; if another (The Worthless Shephard) comes in his own name, you will receive him.” This reception is fulfilled when the “secular” State of Israel’s accepts The Antichrist’s covenant (peace agreement) that he will confirm between she and her surrounding Arab countries. Included in this covenant will be the concession for Israel’s rebuilding of The Jewish Temple, as they live safely under the umbrella of The Antichrist’s protection. Once signed, the 70th week of Daniel (The seven-year Tribulation) begins.
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Verses 13-14 say, “I said to them, “If it is good in your sight, give me my wages; but if not, never mind!” So they weighed out thirty shekels of silver as my wages. Then the LORD said to me, ‘Throw it to the potter, that magnificent price at which I was valued by them.’ So I took the thirty shekels of silver and threw them to the potter in the house of the LORD.” These verses are a clear allusion to Judas Iscariot, a type of Antichrist, and transition from The Good Shephard found in verses 1-12 to The Worthless (or Foolish) Shephard (The Antichrist) that closes out chapter 11. Notice the verses below start with calling The Antichrist the Foolish Shepherd and end with calling him the Worthless Shepherd. As thoroughly established in the preceding chapter on Proverbs, he is worthless because his is a
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