Captain America – Movie Metaphor

(Prophetic interpretation in italic)

This is what is playing out in our country right now. I have seen how God hides His actions in what looks like coincidence and His voice in metaphor to maintain the work of faith He desires on the earth. This is the premise behind the movies I share on this site that I have assigned meaning to. These movies are respectful of the Bible and God and usually have been quite popular.

The overall metaphor elements in this movie are:  Schmidt (Red Scull) = Satan

and  Captain America = America.

The movie Captain America has a metaphorical message about our current fight with Satan. The character Schmidt reveals the insanity evil people and evil spirits take on who have departed from God. But to themselves, confused by pride, they see themselves as brilliant. This archenemy Schmidt hides behind a mask of a human face, which he takes off in his initial fight with Captain America to reveal his true identity – Red Scull (the devil). We are facing the prospect of a president Kamala Harris, who will remove her mask after she is declared the president.

Later as Captain America is fighting Red Scull on the transcontinental bomber headed for New York, he is questioned why he fights for a nation.

Schmidt: “You could have the power of the gods” (through being modified with technology), “yet you wear a flag on your chest and think you fight a battle of nations.”

Schmidt:  I have seen the future, Captain, there are no flags. (This is a reference to the borderless, highly controlled, one-world government that Satan, through human beings with an Antichrist spirit, desire to set up.)

Captain America: “Not my future.” (This is the future America is called to prevent).

In closing, rejoice over this: Jesus is very good, He is the true bread of heaven.  Taste and see that the Lord is good. America is in the valley of decision and must decide which spiritual side to stand with and partake of.

Psalm 9:10    NASB 1995        
And those who know Your name will put their trust in You,
For You, O Lord, have not forsaken those who seek You.