In Acts 4:25,26, the apostles, after being confronted by 'underhanded' chief priests and elders, after the death and resurrection of Jesus, are heard to be quoting David Thy servant, who, having been inspired by God's spirit, did say:
"Why did the Gentiles rage, and the peoples devise futile things? The kings of the earth took their stand, and the rulers were gathered together against the Lord, and against his Christ."
Could this be a preview of Rev 16:13,14?, where we are told of the gathering, by way of Satan's inspiration, of kings of the entire inhabited earth, to war against God and His Christ. In Acts 4:27, we see that in Jesus' day those against him were Herod; Pontius Pilate; along with the Gentiles and the peoples of Israel. At 'Armageddon' we see this gathering of kings/rulers/peoples going against God and in particular His Christ, on a much grander scale, whose death, or at least defeat, is again sought.