Rarley Examined Biblical Prophecies Reveal That When Christ Comes Muslims Will Consume The Catholic Eucharist

By Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Sunday Special)

Biblical prophecies give us much detail about what is coming. Even Muslims will come to the knowledge of the truth and they consume the Eucharist. Last week we explained Isaiah 45 as a prophecy speaking of Cyrus (Christ) as “the hidden God”. We stated that this is the Eucharist. And now we come to another most amazing prophecy in Isaiah 19 where Egypt’s Muslims consume it read on or listen to the audio.

“And it will be for a sign and for a witness to the LORD of hosts in the land of Egypt; for they will cry to the LORD because of the oppressors, and He will send them a Savior and a Mighty One, and He will deliver them. Then the LORD will be known to Egypt, and the Egyptians will know the LORD in that day, and will make sacrifice and offering; yes, they will make a vow [Ndr] to the LORD and perform it.” (Isaiah 19:20-21)

“Egyptians will know the Lord in that day”. “In that day” means this is future and happens in one day. Think major Muslim conversion. Allegoric Egypt the north and west sinking in neo-paganism is doomed and the literal Egypt is saved. The lofty will be brought low and the lowly will inherit. This is the rule. Without interpreting allegory you get the opposite message intended. This is how prophecy is designed; to be a blessing to who follows Jesus instruction to examine allegory and parables and for those absolute literalists are lost. Isaiah 19 is just like Isaiah 11 and Isaiah 45 prophecies we examined regarding this Second Exodus; the Jews are not the main theme and here we find Egyptians. These prophecies are mostly about the Gentile church. If you exclude the church from Old Testament prophecies then you have nothing for the Messianic prophecies then become strictly for the Jews. This is actually the Jewish anti-Christian argument that so many Judaisers uphold. Isaiah 19 has a grand plan for a global Egypt as well as Egypt itself. The key verse in this amazing prophecy is this: “Then the LORD will be known to Egypt, and the Egyptians will know the LORD in that day.” “In that day” makes it impossible to pertain to the Coptic Christians in Egypt who already knew God from the times of the apostles and these are not Jews but Egyptians which proves beyond any doubt, the “Second Exodus” is for the Gentile Church for it perfectly correlates to Isaiah 11 and Isaiah 45 when the “Sabians” (Arabs) “Cush” (India, Africa) and “Egypt” are converted.

But if one reads the typical modern interpretations on this prophecy one can instantly see how they contradict failing to address the core issue—not just how Egyptians will “know the Lord”—but do “sacrifice and offering” and God is pleased with this: “yes, they will make a vow to the Lord and perform it.”
This is significant for it adds to the case of the apostolic succession argument right from scripture; these consume the Eucharist.

And it is here where the secret is: the word for vow (sacrifice) in the Bible is Nzr pronounced Nizr, Nidhr, Nidr or Nithr in Aramaic, Hebrew and Arabic which is the word Matthew uses its root when he said: “He shall be called a Nazarene” for Christ was the Sacrifice. Today in the entire Muslim world they all know “Nzr” is “sacrifice” and they too use the exact word. So how is God pleased with a “sacrificial” offering? Was this perhaps fulfilled in AD 33, when Christianity entered Egypt because of The Apostle Mark? Still yet, why would Mark teach a sacrificial system? Or was it fulfilled when Constantine through the Edict of Milan in 313 ended the persecution of Christians over the course of the 4th century when paganism was finally suppressed? But was it Constantine who “rides on a swift cloud coming into Egypt” (Isaiah 19:1) to defeat “the cruel master” (Isaiah 19:4)?
This is when all Bible literalist have no choice but to allegorize this one—but only when it is convenient—for the tare allegorizes literals and literalizes allegory (and is how you know them) since Christ Himself called literalists “fools” (see Proverbs 1:6-7, (Matthew 13:11,14,15). And this is why none of these interpreters can make the key for the lock for there is only one key that fits.

Christ is “coming on a swift cloud” as the Sun (Cyrus) in Isaiah 45. He is coming to defeat the Antichrist (cruel master) who invades Egypt (see Daniel 11:42) then Christ (The Sun, Cyrus) rescues the Egyptians who “Make sacrifice” and God says “yes, they will make a vow”.

God approves.

Translations cannot pack what this one single word “Nzr” means so they state “a vow” as an English term to simply mean “a promise”. Nzr involves much more: a prayer-request (in Egypt’s case it is deliverance from the Antichrist who invaded Egypt, Daniel 11:42). It is then always accompanied with a promise to God if He keeps His end of the bargain (that God shows favor and fulfills the request) then the deal is consummated by the recipient offering a sacrifice, usually a lamb which is explained in Leviticus 22:18, Leviticus 7:16, Leviticus 22:21, 23, Leviticus 23:38, Leviticus 27:2, Numbers 15:3, Numbers 15:8, Numbers 29:39, Deuteronomy 12:6, 12:11, 12:17, 12:26, 23:18 …

So in the prophecy, you have the prayer request “they will cry to the LORD because of the oppressors” God accepts “and He will send them a Savior and a Mighty One, and He will deliver them” and then Egypt must also keep its end of the bargain: “will make sacrifice and offering; yes, they will make a vow (Nzr)”.

It’s quite simple. And so in this case, God answers—He delivers them—and the Egyptians in turn comply by keeping their end of the bargain by doing the sacrifice.

Is this prophecy about Egyptians simply offering lambs? Hardly. Once we understand the meaning of the Semitic use and language we can unlock much. When Egypt is converted they will participate in a perpetual sacrifice: the text says “[they] will make “sacrifice” not ‘a sacrifice’ or ‘sacrifices’. This is the continual, perpetual sacrifice, “forever” which we find in Exodus 12:14 “keep it a feast by ordinance for ever” which the Jews stopped doing and only the Christian does, continuing this even after His Second Coming (it is forever). It is here that we solve the dilemma of so many scholars critiquing Matthew’s prophecy of Christ coming out of Nazareth so that it fulfills what the prophets foretold He shall be called a Nazarene (much more on that later).

To understand more about this prophecy we must understand Daniel’s prophecy for it clearly states Antichrist stops the “perpetual sacrifice” which is a stickler for many who weave these prophecies and massage the text insisting a Jewish sacrificial system must revive including finding a Red Heifer. Yet such interpretation presents another major hurdle; Christ became the sacrifice once and for all and therefore they claim the Hebrew sacrificial system is ‘not approved’ by God while forgetting that God in Joel approves when the priests lament:

“The grain offering and the drink offering. Have been cut off from the house of the Lord; The priests mourn, who minister to the Lord … Alas for the day! For the day of the Lord is at hand; It shall come as destruction from the Almighty.”

These are priests and not the pastors of some Harvest Christian Fellowship church. Daniel 8:11-12 gives us some serious nuggets to consider:

“Yea, he magnified himself even to the prince of the host, and by him [the prince of the host] the perpetual [Hebrew ha tameed ‘continual’ sacrifice] was taken away, and the place of his sanctuary was cast down. And an host was given him against the perpetual sacrifice”.

The only “perpetual sacrifice” we know is the Eucharist in Orthodox and Catholic churches. If the Eucharist is so symbolic as many claim, why then we find so much focus on it as when desecrated not only does earth tremble but heaven itself screams “abomination of desolation?” Why wasn’t such abomination in lets say desecrating a Bible? Heaven is not shaken at some fellow stepping on a flag or a printed paper; the Eucharist is God’s literal presence; His Temple dwelling with us.

The tares will continue to jimmy-rig every prophecy to fit their heresy but are never able to perfectly fit their concocted interpretation into the text for prophecy is like the parable of Cinderella where the shoe only fits her foot, but for her ugly two sisters trying to interpret the shoe will never fit. To these reading the Bible is reading a set of contradictions. Unless they recognize the difference between the Hebrews and Israel of God; allegory versus literal; the Eucharist and a cracker, the Bible becomes a contradiction.

This gets us closer to understand the abomination of desolation in the Temple of God.
If Christ shocked the Pharisees by saying that the Temple is His body and not the physical temple; how dare these say that the Temple is now a revival of a ritualistic animal sacrifice on the Temple Mount? This is in itself paganism. After Christ, to revert to the old ways becomes pagan and if a temple is rebuilt with the sacrificial system indeed it is the epitome of paganism regardless that the name of Yahweh is invoked.

Jesus is the New Temple, where God dwells among us, and also the Body, which is sacrificed is central to St John’s Gospel. “Destroy this Temple and in three days I will raise it up” (John 2:19). This is put at the beginning of his Gospel. John says that Jesus was referring to his own Body. John uses the word “soma” for “body” in Greek, the same word used by Jesus at the Last Supper for His Eucharistic Body, the Eucharistic “flesh” of Jesus. “The Word was made flesh (sarx in Greek)” and Jesus uses the same word “The bread that I shall give is my flesh (sarx) for the life of the world.” (John 6:51) This is a prophecy not only of the Incarnation but also of the Holy Eucharist and of the Tabernacle for Christ for He “Tabernacles with us” universally regardless of the multiplicity of places, His Temple (Body) becomes with us. “My flesh is real food and my blood is real drink” (John 6:55), yet the other side says that “My flesh” is not real but allegoric. Only a tare allegorizes literals and literalizes allegory. He is in perpetual reverse like Mecca’s circumambulation going counterclockwise replacing the interpretation of Christ’s perpetual sacrifice with what Muslims do in Mecca still; offer animals.

The mass attack on transubstantiation is in itself evidence. Who today is interested in attacking a non-perpetual, unsubstantiated cracker and alcohol free grape juice, which is the bloodless sacrifice of Cain? Satan only attacks what is genuine.

In other words, the rebellion will reach such an extent that Satan wants to become like Christ and himself as Christ standing in the holy place at the altar dedicating Himself in the Eucharistic sacrifice. Such defiance is the utter abomination that renders the body desolate.

Many who read Hebrews 13:15, skim through thinking its about a singing choir:

“By Him therefore let us offer the sacrifice of praise to God continually, that is, the fruit of our lips giving thanks to His name.”

The Hebrew for “sacrifice of praise” is tôwdâh. This brings us to the Book of Jonah as he is in the belly of the fish:
But I will sacrifice to You With the voice of thanksgiving; I will pay what I have vowed. Salvation is of the LORD.”

This “voice of thanksgiving” is tôwdâh and this “vowed” is Nzr/Ndr, נָדַר; a primitive root “to promise” “makes a vow” and “thanksgiving (tôwdâh) “sacrifice”. This is the whole crux of the matter where Christ, like Jonah was in the earth (the belly of the wale) and resurrected and obtained us salvation. His instruction is we observe this by Communion.

It is all about the thanksgiving. Such is the tradition from ancient history. If a man has a prayer request his wife has a son and if God provides a son, that man better offer a thanksgiving; a lamb is then slaughtered. We find this throughout history, tradition and in scripture with also the grain offering:

“then he shall offer with the sacrifice of thanksgiving “Towdah” unleavened cakes” (Lev 7:12)

“Besides the cakes, he shall offer for his offering leavened bread with the sacrifice of thanksgiving [Towdah] of his peace offerings.” (v.13)

“he shall offer for his offering leavened bread with the sacrifice of thanksgiving” (v.13), “Offer unto God thanksgiving; [Towdah] and pay thy vows unto the most High” (Psalm 50:14)

These were the most important and common peace offering and leavened bread is inferior since the sinless Christ has not yet come. This was the backdrop for Jesus and the Last Supper. The Hebrew tôwdâh was eucharistia, “thanksgiving” and is how it was viewed from the earliest Christian sources and is how they celebrated the Lord’s meal, the Eucharist from when the Last Supper Jesus took the bread and wine and gave “thanks” (eucharistia) over them (Luke 22:19). It was commanded to “observe the Feast of Unleavened Bread … throughout your generations, as a statute forever.” (Exodus 12:14) So if God prophesied “keep it a feast by ordinance for ever” how crucial is this practice? It is because this “sacrifice” (Ndr/Nzr, tôwdâh) is forever. It is a perpetual sacrifice. Jesus brought about a new exodus. So when Jesus told them “Do this in remembrance of me” (Luke 22:19), this act of remembrance is not simply a mental remembrance but the tôwdâh is the exercise of such remembrance recalling in gratitude God’s saving deeds “unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you.” How can such a remembrance be void of the act? “And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased” (Heb. 13:16). These are praises and Eucharistic sacrifice and are why in Hebrews 13 it says:

“We have an altar from which those who minister at the tabernacle have no right to eat…”

The Jews at the Temple made animal sacrifice and Paul made a Eucharistic sacrifice. So whenever there is “an altar” there is also a sacrifice (not a choir) and is why this sacrifice is key. If the Eucharist is simply “in remembrance” as if one observes a scene of Christ at the last supper or His Passion: why is it then, that Antichrist “put a stop to sacrifice and grain offering”? It is because such an event is so crucial that it signals the countdown of His return for this practice can never cease, God promised it is “forever” while Satan wants to disprove God’s prophecy. This is why the “grain offering” is called “sacrifice” in several prophecies. If it is simply “praise” as in a choir, why then did not Daniel speak of stopping the hymnals, prayers, or abolish the Bible, or warn us about church demolitions? To Christ, only this one single warning was the crucial one: “that when you see the abomination of desolation spoken of by Daniel the prophet” (Matthew 24:15) where Antichrist “will suspend [both] the sacrifice and grain offerings” (Daniel 9:27). We need to heed Christ’s warning.

If choosing the wrong spouse is a health hazard, choosing the wrong religion is certain death. But even when one decides on the right religion misinterpreting its recipes is deadlier. Ask Eve the outcome of a wrong interpretation of one verse where she listened to some bad local preacher telling her to take out the word “not” from “do not eat”. And the same goes when Christ says, “eat” and you add the word “not”.

So in conclusion, these prophecies present other greater problems for people who undermine Communion as the sacrificial system incorporated when Egypt is converted since some refer to Ezekiel’s temple and argue that Israel will rebuild the third temple and carryout animal sacrifices in Jerusalem (before and even after Christ returns). How then will the Egyptians do their “daily sacrifice”? Are there perhaps two ‘Ezekiel’ temples, one in Egypt and another in Jerusalem? Keep in mind that the “daily sacrifice” is “daily”.

This is why the Church Fathers were the right Locksmiths where all such new fanciful theories crumble since there is only one perpetual sacrifice and it is initially promised to the Gentiles (see Malachi 1:10-11) which Daniel calls “the daily sacrifice”. All these interpretations wiggle to avoid that the Communion is also a perpetual sacrifice, Christ’s sacrifice is forever observed as the Passover prophecy when Moses said it: “throughout your generations, as a statute forever” (see Exodus 12:14, 15-20). Do Jews still sacrifice animals? No.

This alone proves beyond any shadow of doubt that if earthly Israel were intended to exclusively being the subject of these prophecies, it would render God to being the liar. Therefore, the god of these people who interpret falsely is The Liar, for they listened to the wrong “Morning Star” since the text clearly says that this statute will be “forever”. Satan used the very scriptures when he tempted Christ and quoted the Psalms. Christ understood the correct interpretation. The devil quoted God’s words to Eve. Eve failed to interpret correctly and is why we are all in this mess that we are in. So did the prophecy fail? No. Are Egyptians perhaps going to sacrifice Christ on a Crucifix again? Impossible. There are only two keys: one fits and the other doesn’t. To have the perfectly fitting key one must go to a locksmith, a church father named Mr. Allegory and not some Al Gore.

Now we come to this: “Verily thou art a hidden God” the Muslims will say to Christ (Cyrus) when they convert and will participate in the Christian Eucharist and believe that Christ is “hidden” in the “pure offering”.

This prophecy can never be speaking of earthly Israel, for the core of its message is to the Gentiles “My name shall be great among the Gentiles” not Jews. The converted Muslims will participate, indeed, the Egyptians, like the Christian Copts of Egypt, to even offer “incense” to His glorious name “the Sun of Justice” for He delivers them out of the bondage of Antichrist.

The Eucharist and the “incense” are major clues as to who holds the keys. Perhaps even the etymology of Cyrus has much to do with connecting these nations by his name: “kuruš” to Christ and the hidden host, for the English pronunciation misses the goal post, the name starts with a “K” (Kurus) and not a “C” (Cyrus).

It is also Arabic for wafer Kurs and Kursiy is the throne of God and Kristos is Christ and Kuru is Baga African for God. The Greek for Eucharist comes from a combination of words — eu charistia — meaning “good thankfulness”.

Yet volumes of anti-Christian material were written contending that Catholics worship a sun-disc. But once we comprehend, all such writings are worthless for the Old Testament itself allegorically describes God as “the sun”. “Kurs” which also means wafer (Semitic, Persian), a round crust of bread and even the Manna was “a small round thing” (Exodus 16:14-16).

“Kurs” “a cake” “crust” “karsabat” “kursat” “a holy wafer”.
Children should stop squabbling over the shape of the Manna complaining that it looks round like a sun disk. It should.

Here we will reveal the hidden God, the double use (it is always two) and the amazing allegory. The name manna is said to derive from the question “man hu,” seemingly to mean: “what is it?” but “man hu” also means “who is he?” This is perhaps an Aramaic etymology God had ordained for ancient Israel. The question of the Manna (what is it) is a mystery for Israel and will remain so until He is revealed from the source in Heaven. When we read scripture in Aramaic it gives richness unparalleled to anything written in the common translations provided. For example:

Semitic: טו וַיִּרְאוּ בְנֵי-יִשְׂרָאֵל, וַיֹּאמְרוּ אִישׁ אֶל-אָחִיו מָן הוּא–כִּי לֹא יָדְעוּ, מַה-הוּא; וַיֹּאמֶר מֹשֶׁה, אֲלֵהֶם, הוּא הַלֶּחֶם, אֲשֶׁר נָתַן יְהוָה לָכֶם לְאָכְלָה

Transliteration: wa-ra֣’u Banֽi-Isra֗el wa-amar֜u A֤is Al-acheeo֙ M֣an H֔ua kai L֥a yda֖o Ma-h֑oa”

English: “and the children of Israel saw [it the manna] and [each] said to his brother Who is He because they did not comprehend what is it.”

This is the other meaning of the verse and is perfectly accurate. They said “man hua” which means “manna it is” but “man hua” also mean “who is He” for “Hua” also means “He”. So the essence of this manna is life, a living being. What is even more fascinating is when Moses replies:

Semitic: “וַיֹּאמֶר מֹשֶׁה, אֲלֵהֶם, הוּא הַלֶּחֶם, אֲשֶׁר נָתַן יְהוָה לָכֶם לְאָכְלָה”.

Transliteration: “Wa-amar Mosheh, Elohim Hua ha-Lehem aser natun Yahweh lakum li-akleh”.

English: “Moses said: your God is He, His Flesh, Yahweh gave you to eat Him”.

“Ha-Lehem” while it also means “the bread” in Aramaic, Arabic it is also literally means “the flesh” and is where we get His birthplace Bet-Lehem (Bethlehem). So the text in the ancient mindset can be read both ways and both are perfectly accurate; one is small and the other is grand and this is why prophecy is so amazing. The last word, “li-akleh” is composed of “li” (so that you may) “akl” (eat) and the “eh” can either be an “it” or a “him”. So “li-akleh” could also perfectly mean: “that you may eat Him”. And of in doubt, take what I stated to your favorite linguist.

But to ‘eat Yahweh’ would not sound logical to an ancient Israelite who does not even know “Who is He” so they translate it to an “it”. Rabbinic Judaism would frown on the translation we provided yet linguistically we invite anyone to dare deny that such translation is absolutely accurate. Christ said to eat Him “this is My body, eat …” So reading the whole verse, in its grand meaning would be:

“and the children of Israel saw [it] and [each] said to his brother Who is He because they did not comprehend what is it. Moses then answered: Your God is He, in the Flesh, Yahweh gave you to eat Him.”

And there is even more, the wine. In verse 31 in Exodus 16, it even describes the Manna:

Semitic: וַיִּקְרְאוּ בֵֽית־יִשְׂרָאֵל אֶת־שְׁמֹו מָן וְהוּא כְּזֶרַע גַּד לָבָן וְטַעְמֹו כְּצַפִּיחִת בִּדְבָֽשׁ׃
Transliteration: we-qara-u beit Israel et-semu Mn wa-hu-wa ka-zar’ gad laban ka-sfeehat bi-dibs
English: And the house of Israel called the name thereof Man[na]: and it was like coriander seed, white; and the taste of it was like round wafers made with grape molasses.

The common translations simply say: “honey” instead of grape-molasses. In ancient times there were two types of what they considered “honey,” one from bees and the other was grape molasses out of Hebron. The Semitic language describes the Manna “ka-sfeeha” (round as wafers) made with “dibs” which is not from bee honey but grape molasses which is still bought from Hebron to this day (see #2 below). So it is not just like “honey” as most translators render the word “dibs,” but round “wafer” and with the “grape” resembles the Body and Blood of Christ. See “Arab. دبس”

(above notice (2) “honey of grapes” …
“out of Palestine, especially out of the district of Hebron”.)