Definition of theocracy in English:
Pronunciation /THēˈäkrəsē/ /θiˈɑkrəsi/
NOUN (pl. theocracies)
A system of government in which priests rule in the name of God or a god.
‘his ambition is to lead a worldwide theocracy’
‘it is a society just emerging from theocracy’
the Theocracy – The commonwealth of Israel from the time of Moses until the election of Saul as king.
‘Israel, in the days of the Theocracy, lacked a capital city.’
‘In the Old Testament, God’s purpose was fulfilled through Israel and the Theocracy.’
Theocracy, government by divine guidance or by officials who are regarded as divinely guided. In many theocracies, government leaders are members of the clergy, and the state’s legal system is based on religious law. … Contemporary examples of theocracies include Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the Vatican.
So how does that pertain to anything we’re facing today?
About 2 years ago, I recorded a video with some prophetic views about what was happening with President Trump and his dealings with the military, North Korea, and other news, including his decision then to appoint a bonafide military leader as his chief of staff.
“Let’s face it: if any truly Christian candidate had tried rolling back the military’s transgender policy, their adversaries would have sent up a cry about how theocracy and religion are interfering with the advance of civil rights. The ironic thing is that not even Trump’s enemies can accuse him of being a “godly” man – but we know differently. He is the PERFECT Trump card for what he is being used to accomplish.”