When a nation is under judgment, Deuteronomy 28 spells out how one can tell. We read of multiple examples in the early chapters of Exodus as the Pharaoh that opposed Jehovah came under judgment for his defiance against God's Will. Because of Pharaoh, food sources were destroyed, Egypt was littered with dead and dying livestock and animals, homes and public buildings were destroyed or heavily damaged because that's what judgments do -- they destroy and dismantle a nation's infrastructure and the economy. David Wilkerson wrote in several of his books the different signs of judgment upon a nation.
FOREIGNERS, IMMIGRANTS COME IN AND ARE GIVEN PRECEDENCE OVER AND AT THE EXPENSE OF THE NATION'S OWN CITIZENS.
Deut. 28: 43: The stranger that is within thee shall get up above thee very high; and thou shalt come down very low.
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