Genghis Khan’s piece of the world
The outward appearance of the world is always changing, but the dynamics of history never change.
One of those dynamics is this: there’s always somebody who wants to rule the world, a devourer of nations.
Pyrrhus wanted to conquer all the countries around the Mediterranean. He couldn’t have told you why. A woman killed him with a piece of a millstone: just like what happened to Ahimelech in Judges 9:53.
Alexander the Great conquered nations because he thought he was a god. Julius Caesar and his successors trampled other nations as their way of getting ahead in Roman politics.
Genghis Khan grabbed more of the earth’s surface than anyone; and God alone knows why.
Adolph Hitler tried to engulf Europe. His own ambition killed him.
Today there is no individual, no single nation, that’s out to conquer the world. But the dynamic of history remains. The new devourers of nations are globalists, consortia, an international gaggle of self-anointed big shots. Instead of Roman legions, they’ve got legions of lawyers. Instead of Panzer divisions, they’ve got waves and waves of “migrants.”
But it’s the same old thing, a yen to rule the world. The methodology has changed, but the motivation stays the same. Control everything and be as gods.
He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh; the LORD shall have them in derision… (Psalm 2: 4)
When He stops laughing, then they will learn who is God and who is not.