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Byzantine Emperor Constantine the Great is nicely featured by some writers as the first Emperor, who was Christianized and the one who stopped Christian persecution, which was brutally done by his predecessor Roman Emperor Diocletian. However, if Daniel 7 is thoroughly reviewed by relating it to history, it will show that he was actually the little horn prophesied in Daniel 7:8.
In Daniel 7:6, the third beast, which looks like a leopard, is described as having four wings and four heads, which was given authority to rule. It states:
6 “After that, I looked, and there before me was another beast, one that looked like a leopard. And on its back it had four wings like those of a bird. This beast had four heads, and it was given authority to rule.
Many bible scholars and historians, without using their common sense, are convinced that Emperor Constantine the Great was the first Christian Emperor or the first Emperor who was converted to Christianity. They likewise agree that his alleged conversion to Christianity had put to stop the Christian persecution after he succeeded Emperor Diocletian. They further believe that the latter was a very brutal Christian persecutor. However, they failed to see the opposite because the only Emperor, who politically desecrated the Sabbath, which was officially adopted in Christendom, was Emperor Constantine thereby making him as the Great Deceiver.
By comparison, it is noted that the influence of Emperor Diocletian and his Tetrarchy or the “Rule of Four” on alleged very brutal persecution of Christians was short-lived while the influence of Emperor Constantine in desecrating the Sabbath day, which is personally against the Almighty, prevailed until this time. Hence, in effect, he is more brutal than Diocletian because his imprint had indoctrinated Catholics and Christians to likewise defile the Sabbath day.
The imprint of Emperor Constantine influence over Catholic and Christian beliefs is manifested even today by believers’ hope for blessing, especially during Christmas and New Year, which is negated in Isaiah 56:1-2. It is because the desecration of Sabbath Day has negative effect on blessings. It states, to wit; (more…)