Is Germany in the Bible?

October 15, 2015   |   Category: Ask Irvin   |   Tags: ,

How do we Know the Leopard in Daniel 7 Represents Germany?

Jerry: How did you determine that the leopard represents Germany in Daniel chapter 7?


Irvin: In Webster’s online dictionary it says that one of the symbols of Germany is the leopard. Also, I understood the symbols of the lion, the bear and the eagle – those were easy. But I got stuck on the leopard. I was praying about it and I will never forget the day God revealed the leopard to me. I was in Melville, LA and I woke up on a Monday morning and just as clear as a bell it was like the Lord spoke to me and said, “I want you to go buy a newspaper.” That had never happened to me before and never happened to me since. I was so sure it was the voice of God that I jumped out of bed, got myself together and went outside to find a newspaper. I asked a lady where could I buy a newspaper, and she said, “You might want to go down to the local Café, they may have one.” I jumped in my car and went down to the café she directed me to. I was so sure that God spoke to me that I walked into the restaurant and headed straight to the newspaper dispensing machine, put in my 10 cents (which shows you how long ago it was), and pulled out the paper, the front headline read, ‘Germany to Sell Leopard Tanks to the Netherlands’. I investigated and found out the Leopard is the worlds’ number one tank and they call it the “Leopard Tank”, which made sense because I already knew we had a fighter plane called “The Eagle Fighter” after our U.S. symbol. So that was the day that I first knew that the Leopard represented Germany. Additionally, it also says dominion was given to the Leopard. There is one nation that has started the last three major wars – the Franco German war of 1870, WWI and WWII were all plotted, planned and started by Germany. Additionally the Leopard has four heads and all the rest of the beasts in Daniel 7 only have one head each. A beast always represents a nation or a kingdom, multiple heads on that beast represents the number of times that nation will rise and fall. We have the First Reich, the Second Reich, the Third Reich and now the Fourth Reich which is now rising. I have a book in my library called, The Fourth and Richest Reich which talks about the present resurgence of Germany. So all in all, there were several factors that went in to determining that Germany was in fact the Leopard.

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8 Responses to “Is Germany in the Bible?”

  1. Christopher Bateman

    I have been seeking to tie in the leopard with Germany in a way that couldn’t be denied if I were to teach it to others. I tried to look on Webster’s online dictionary for one of Germany’s animal symbol being the leopard but I can’t seem to find it and I don’t have access to the international dictionary.

  2. Mark Roberts

    The eagle is actually the recognized national symbol of Germany, as it is for a number of countries, including the US. The leopard is the symbol instead for Afganistan, Iran, Pakistan, Rwanda and Somalia. [See the “list of national animals! on wikipedia.] Because of the end-times significance of the biblical animals, indicating the fate of whole kingdoms, I believe some care needs to be taken when applying them to particular countries.

    • Doug Norvell

      Hello Mark,

      The only nation that has an eagle as it national symbol, that came out of a nation with the symbol of a lion is the United States of America, everyone identifies Russia with the Bear, and we feel confident that the leopard is Germany, given the clues in Daniel 7 and Revelation 13.

  3. Kayann McPeak

    Help – I lead many Bible Studies, but am stumped with the new one. It is on Daniel 7-12. All the commentators say the four beasts are the Babalonians, Meado Persians, Grecians and Roman empires. How do I correlate that with your teachings of who the Lion, Bear, and Leopard are? (which to me make complete sense)

    • Doug Norvell

      Hello Kayann,

      Scripture tells us in the same chapter that these nations are here when Jesus Christ establishes His kingdom. Daniel 7:9 I beheld till the thrones were cast down, and the Ancient of days did sit, whose garment was white as snow, and the hair of his head like the pure wool: his throne was like the fiery flame, and his wheels as burning fire.10 A fiery stream issued and came forth from before him: thousand thousands ministered unto him, and ten thousand times ten thousand stood before him: the judgment was set, and the books were opened.11 I beheld then because of the voice of the great words which the horn spake: I beheld even till the beast was slain, and his body destroyed, and given to the burning flame.12 As concerning the rest of the beasts, they had their dominion taken away: yet their lives were prolonged for a season and time.

      We also have Daniel 8 explain to us symbols of Media/Persia and Greece. Daniel 8:20 The ram which thou sawest having two horns are the kings of Media and Persia.
      21 And the rough goat is the king of Grecia: and the great horn that is between his eyes is the first king.
      Therefore the Bear and leopard cannot be Media/Persia and Greece, because chapter 8 says they are the ram and the he goat.

  4. Dan Snellenberger

    Brother Irvin Jesus gave me a answer you may or may not yet understand the “four wings of a foul” are the two halves of Germany reunited. The black eagle is Germany’s national emblem. During the cold war when Germany was divided would make 4 wings. As you are aware there is no foul with four wings. This is a mystery resolved and you know the ramifications of this truth. Love Dan, Jane, Josh, Daniel and Anthony.