The Kaiser and Prophecy

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Prior to the First World War, the German Emperor, Kaiser Wilhelm, invited to his palace a noted student of prophesy to explain the dispensations up to the Second Coming of Christ.
After listening attentively to a lengthy exposition of the prophetic Scriptures and reviewing related charts, the Kaiser said: "Do I understand you aright? Do you mean to say that Jesus Christ is coming back literally, and that when He returns, all the kingdoms of the world are to be destroyed and He will set up His kingdom on the ruins of them all?”
“Exactly, your Majesty, exactly," was the reply. "Oh, no," said the Kaiser. "I can't have that!
Why, that would interfere with all my plans!" That the Kaiser's plans were interfered with is now a matter of history.
Man's refusal to accept the truth of God's Word will not alter God's plans in the slightest; although the execution of them may interfere with ours.
“For yet a little while, and He that shall come will come, and will not tarry." Heb. 10:3737For yet a little while, and he that shall come will come, and will not tarry. (Hebrews 10:37).