Examples of Biblical Prophecy
America. Most Noble Places Amongst the Ends of the Earth
Isaiah linked the Ten Tribes with the end(s) of the world and with the most noble parts of it.
e.g "But thou Israel, my servant Jacob whom I have chosen, the seed of Abraham my friend...Whom I have taken from the ENDS OF THE EARTH and called thee from the most noble parts hereof" (Isaiah 41:8-9).
The Hebrew word "Atzil" is related to the Nordic "Aedil" meaning noble. So too, in Exodus 24:11 the plural of atzil is translated as nobles, "the nobles of the children of Israel".
Nearly everywhere the Israelites from the Ten Tribes settled was an area that physically was preferable to other regions.
"Van Loon's Geography. The Story of the World, " by Hendrik Willen Van Loon, New York, 1932, p. 454
#... from a geographical point of view, America is almost everything that possibly could be desired....
It has practically no deserts. It has been blessed with wide plains which are situated in the moderate zone and which therefore are predestined to become the world's granaries.
It has a coastline which is neither too simple nor too complicated and which is therefore eminently fitted for the establishment of deep-sea harbors...
More than any other continent it is blessed with coal and iron and oil and copper and those other raw materials which the machine age needs in ever increasing quantities.
It was practically uninhabited when the white man arrived (there were only 10,000,000 Indians on the whole continent) and there was therefore no teeming native population...#
The Real Most Wealthy Countries in Europe Listed by Steve DeVore
How did Germany become Europe's richest Country?
Using median wealth per adult (as measured by the Swiss bank UBS), the wealthiest countries in Europe are, in order (with median wealth per capita shown, 2017 numbers):
The UK ($103k)
The Netherlands ($94k)
Finland and Austria (tied at $58k)
followed, finally, by Germany, at $47,000 per capita median wealth.
(For reference, the United States adult median wealth is $56,000).
By this standard, which is probably the best standard for reflecting how people actually LIVE, grosso modo, Germans are not rich people. French and Italian families have, on average, a bit less than three times the wealth of Germans, and the Spanish live better than the Germans do also.
Americans and Germans are decidedly middle class by comparison.