The night before last, I dreamt about the Anti-Christ (AC). The Bible tells us much about the AC, and what I saw in my dream in no way shape or form replaces what God’s word says about this vile man who will briefly rule the world in the years leading up to the return of the actual Christ—Jesus. My AC dream merely compliments what God’s word, and history, reveals about evil dictators. If this is a topic that interests you, I highly recommend you study Bible prophecy for more information. Test what you read here, and anywhere, against the Bible, which is our golden standard for truth. The books of Daniel and Revelation, and several other books of the Bible, have much to say about AC.

Here are just a few things God clearly tells us about the AC in the Bible.

-AC will come from Assyria. Some scholars argue he will be from Babylon (Iraq) or Northern Israel, possibly from the tribe of Dan (Micah 5:5).

-The AC’s biographical details will be a corruption of the miraculous birth, death, and resurrection of the actual Christ—Jesus. AC will even undergo a “resurrection” of sorts (Revelation 13:3).

-People will think AC is the Messiah. Dear everyone in the world, Jesus is the Messiah!

-AC will broker a “peace agreement” with Israel (Daniel 9:27).

-AC will rise out of a ten-nation coalition that will rule the world, briefly, at the end of our current age of history (Daniel 7:23-25).

-AC will exalt himself above all other gods and claim to be divine (Daniel 11:36-39, 2 Thessalonians 2:4).

-AC and his sidekick, the false prophet, will wield occult powers (2 Thessalonians 2:9).

-AC will make himself appear as the savior of the world by allowing everyone to buy and sell as long as they receive his mark (Revelation 13:16-17). The false prophet, the second beast of Revelation 13, will push everyone to receive the mark. Don’t take the mark of the beast! Taking the mark will condemn you to eternal suffering and separation from God. You might die if you don’t take the mark, but death in this life is far better than eternal suffering in the next.

-AC will take away the daily sacrifices and defame a rebuilt Jewish temple, or possibly a reclaimed tabernacle (Daniel 12:11).

-AC will persecute Jewish people and Christians who refuse to bow to him—even worse than Hitler (Daniel 7:25).

-Jesus will return and slay AC and His followers (2 Thessalonians 2:8, Revelation 14:20). Don’t follow the AC! Don’t take his mark! Don’t worship or bow down to the AC! Wait for Jesus. You might die waiting, but Jesus will return, and He will resurrect you to eternal life with Him!!!

My Dream and the Interpretation.

In my dream, I saw a man with dark hair, the AC. He loved bowling, looked like Elvis, and was a loner. These details don’t necessarily mean that the AC will actually love to bowl, look like Elvis, and be a loner. Here is the meaning the Holy Spirit revealed to me.

The AC’s “love of bowling” highlights what the Bible already tells us about AC: He will be human, just like the rest of us. Yes, Satan will possess the AC, but AC is just a man with silly hobbies, such as bowling. (No offense to anyone who loves to bowl.) Despite the AC’s claim to be divine, he will be a Satan-possessed human who he needs Jesus to save him, just like the rest of us—though he will reject Jesus to the fullest. The image of a bowling AC is comical and hints at how unassuming, relatable, and down-to-earth AC will seem at first. He’ll give people the warm fuzzies with his “accept everything” policies. Then, he will demand worship.

Second, the fact that AC looked like Elvis in my dream means that people will fall all over themselves to touch him, to be around him, to serve him. God promises to give humans over to a delusion in the End Times (2 Thessalonians 2:11). Basically, by the time AC takes over the world, humanity will have fallen to an all-time low. We will be like a bunch of little children, falling all over ourselves to catch a glimpse of a stinky, Satan-possessed man who speaks nothing but empty flatteries and lies to his fan club. The world will be so upside down that humankind will call Satan’s AC “God” and God “Satan.”

Lastly, God showed me that AC was a loner to emphasize the fact that despite his promises to save the world and bring peace, AC will hate all humans. Satan hates all humans because humans, under the authority of Christ Jesus, will one day (soon) replace Satan and the demons as rulers of the earth (Revelation 11:15). It’s no surprise, then, that the AC  will also hate all humans, as he will be possessed by Satan.

Despite the entourage that will surround the AC, this despicable Satan-man, he will hate everyone. In his heart, the AC is a loner. He loves only himself, so much so, that he has zero room left in his heart to love anyone else. The AC will charm and then betray the entire world, and he will turn on everyone—even his most devout followers, as does any authoritarian dictator.