Seeing the people, He felt compassion for them, because they were distressed and dispirited like sheep without a shepherd. Mt. 9:36 (www.biblegateway.com)
The signs of the Biblically prophesied New World Order are all around us. And many who call themselves "Christians" have bought into it. My wife works as a customer service agent for a company, and in answering an email of why it could not be sent without having to pay duties and taxes, my wife responded that it was an international order (from the U.S.A. into Canada). The customer gave me wife a scathing reprimand for saying that Canada was inter-national, and that my wife was (backwards) and prejudiced for having such a mentality (never mind the legal laws in place within both nations passed by our respective legislators)!
We don't have television in our home anymore, as the shows an commercials are too wicked and too constant anymore, even the "family friendly" movies and channels are wicked. But at work I see some of the news each day, and watching news outlets as they silently seduce the populace into this new world order, through the way things are reported internationally... and how they are a governmental arm to control the populace, such as scaring the public concerning the "Ebola crisis."
I'm not saying that an infectious disease is something that should not be taken seriously... but this is all arranged in order that the various powers that be can track, isolate and detain citizens that are deemed "a threat" to society.
Everything is happening right on schedule. Yeshua the Messiah is returning, to destroy the kings of this world, and establish His righteous order (Zech. 14:9; Rev. 19:19-21)... but it will not be until the false Messiah, the pretend world teacher reigns for seven years, and removes the humanity of many!
The church is in such theological confusion today, that it would not have, I think, if it continued to see itself as one with the Jewish people, and still held the Tanakh as the Word of God, relevant to our lives today. The Tanakh and B'rit Hadashah are both the inspired Word of God, revealing the end from the beginning (Is. 46:10)!