Heb 2:5 For it was not to angels that He gave authority over that world to be, of which we are speaking.
6 For someone somewhere has solemnly said: “What is man that you should think of him, Or the Son of Man that you should care for Him?
7 You made Him inferior to angels for a little while, Yet you have crowned Him with glory and honor, You have set Him over the works of your hands,
8 You have put all things under His feet!” Now when He gave Him authority over everything, He did not leave a single thing that was not put under His authority. But as yet we do not see everything actually under His authority,
We hear of a new world order and the appearance of the Antichrist.
The writer of Hebrews tells us that the born again regenerated believer has authority “over that world to be”.
“World”, in verse five, is the rare word “oikoumene” portraying our globe in light of its being inhabited. It is the world of differing cultures, languages, habits, blessings, conflicts and diseases.
Next, we find the words “to be”. This is the verb “mello”, “to come.” It’s in the present active participle depicting events as continuously arriving without disruption.
The kingdom of God comes to us in this way.
Hebrews 6:5 and have experienced how good God’s message is and the mighty powers of the age to come, (mello) (present active participle).
The regenerated man in Christ is to exercise repetitive authority over the affairs of the inhabited planet by the voice of the Spirit, as he encounters them.
In verse five, the words “He gave authority” and in verse eight the words “He gave Him authority” is “hupotasso”. This is a military term indicating absolute hierarchical or rank subjection. An army private is in subjection to a sergeant, who is in subjection to a captain, who is in subjection to a general, who is in subjection to the president. Demons are subjected to believers in this fashion.
Luke 10:20: However, you must stop rejoicing over the fact that the spirits are submitting (hupotasso) to you, but continue to rejoice that your names are enrolled in heaven.
The believer in loving authority is called to bring the normally and abnormally transpiring world events into constant subjection to the will and the kingdom of Christ.
It not the Antichrist who is supposed to bring a New World order, but the believer in Christ. Of course, we can’t deny the scriptures which caution that there will be a form of one world government, that will.