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14 thoughts on “Popular Eschatology and Cunningly Devised Fables: Coming Soon!”
Jeremiah, I know you’re trying to show up the utter foolishness of all of this, but things are too serious for this kind of response, I believe. You know I like cheering you on to finish the race, but…
Thanks for taking the time to stop and leave a comment. They are always read.
I completely understand your position.
I had these same thoughts and questions yesterday.
Is this an appropriate setting? Is there a better way? …and many others as well.
Here was the decision I came to after praying on it.
The time is short–I believe it is very short. So, how do you present these ideas to the the greatest number of people effectively. I could write a number of articles. In fact, I have a number of articles on many of these topics in various stages–some for months. Will the group of people I’m hoping to reach read them? Maybe, but probably not.
If you believe that once people make a spiritual decision on something–for better or for worse–no amount of logic, reasoning, proof, facts, figure or even Scripture will undo that decision (only God in His mercy can open closed eyes), then it becomes a matter of bringing these issues to the attention of those who have not made a spiritual decision on them either way. Quickly.
My intention is that someone may see this and remember it when the time to make that spiritual decision comes. My secondary hope is that this might be a vehicle through which that decision comes: that one of these questions spur someone to study–even if it is to shut me up.
Will it affect those who have already made decisions on these issues?
Well, the answer is no, not if they have made a spiritual decision. The hardest deception to penetrate is self-deception. That’s one reason that so many antichrist “documentaries” about the Bible never declare their apostasy: they pose questions to the viewer in order to have HIM make the decision.
“What if the same people who wrote the mythology of other religions also wrote the Bible? Is that reasonable?”
Once the viewer makes a decision, it will be very hard for someone to undo it. This is much more effective than merely declaring to the viewer that the Bible is a fairy tale.
Anyway, you are correct: these are serious issues. It is because they are so serious that this approach (which is not a normal approach for me) was taken.
After asking countless Christians I know:
“Will God accept animal sacrifices again instead of the once for all sacrifice of Jesus?”
“Will God call a building that features such sacrifices the “temple of God?”
“Will God split the Body of Christ during a pre-trib rapture? Will He respect persons?”
Another question was added yesterday: Will the veil that was rent top to bottom be restored?
People appear very casual to dismiss these questions and Scripture itself.
With so many sitting in Christian churches having such a casual acquaintance with the Bible and doctrine, I believe this might be a correct way. Honestly, I don’t know–and I am fairly certain on any number of other issues.
The main thing was an attempt to get people think about what these modern teachings are really asking them to believe. They believe they know the Bible, but does the Bible really say we’ll return to the Old Covenant and trample the sacrifice of Jesus underfoot?
Do they ever stop and think that this is what they believe?
Will this method be more effective? Honestly, I do not know. I don’t see how it could be less effective. Time is short. Maybe these people are not supposed to be reached? That’s not for me to decide. I just am supposed to try and reach them.
At any rate, these were my thoughts both before and after the fact. It presents a lot of information in a very short time frame. I pray it may have an effect on some. I’ll continue to pray on it. It may be that I’m led to another decision?!?
Don’t think this will be the new norm. This was more a one-off thing.
Thanks again for taking the time to comment.
I appreciate your reply – it makes sense.
About supposed future animal sacrifice: how could this be?! They say it is to be for a “memorial”, at least that is how I heard it explained. But there is the insurmountable problem you mentioned, about sacrilege in light of Christ’s once for all sacrifice, which was perfect; and also there is a problem in light of this passage from Isaiah:
9 They shall not hurt nor destroy in all my holy mountain: for the earth shall be full of the knowledge of the Lord, as the waters cover the sea.
Thanks again, Jeremiah! I know that God leads you. It is a faithful to warn others in whatever way we can.
Hey, that Isaiah 11:9 verse is a good find.
Yes, I always had the temple and sacrifice explained as memorial–when it was even explained.
I had one pastor on a forum a few months ago who answered (when I asked a question about whether the Old Covenant would be restored in this supposed 70th week of Daniel) “Well, there are going to be parts of the Old Covenant in effect.”
So, I asked him why he thought that God would overthrow the sacrifice of Jesus and make more than one way. He said “What in my reply makes you think that?” I said “If you believe there’s more than one covenant, then you have to believe there’s more than one way to heaven.”
He changed the subject.
When they start adding doctrines that are not in God’s Word (pre-trib raptures, third Jewish temple, peace treaties, 7-year tribulation period [and when the new corrupt versions of the Bible start changing to adapt to these new teachings; i.e., adding “The” to antichrist and “The” to tribulation]), there are a number of consequences. No matter how careful Satan is when he adds, he can’t synchronize Scripture. There’s too many elements. Luckily for him, we don’t really examine a lot of these additions as carefully as we should.
I’m trying to do that now. Every false teaching doesn’t line up in a number of ways. We just have to find those ways it doesn’t line up.
Warnings not a popular business these days, but fortunately, I’ve been prepared.
oops. Though you were clear in what you said, I thought you were speaking about sacrifices offered in the Millennial Temple, which I was taught would happen (in a Moody Institute correspondence class, I think). As you can see, there is some confusion in my thinking, and a lot of work I need to do to understand what the Bible actually teaches about events attending the return of Jesus Christ. So please pray for this duffis.
About whether there will be a temple in the Last Days (what I believe includes a literal future 70th week), and whether Antichrist will declare himself to be God in its precincts, here is my understanding:
I think a temple will be built, out of ignorance on the part of Jews living in Israel and duplicity on the part of various ungodly groups. The Lord isn’t calling for a temple to be built – at least now, however it will probably be built to defy Him. Though I believe these things will happen, I know that Antichrist seated in the Temple and showing himself that he is God also refers to something that’s been happening for about 1700 years.
God help us!
Well, I think you are right.
The temple will be built–but it will be built for the sole purpose of deception. The idea of a third Jewish temple was foreign to Christianity before the mid-1800s. It was practically unheard of (even in America) for less than the last 100 years.
Most of what Christians in the USA have been taught will happen in the end times is a fairly recent (less than 100 years) construct. If one were to mention a third Jewish temple, a peace treaty with the antichrist a 7-year tribulation period, pre-tribulation rapture or almost all of the modern teachings to a Christian from the first 1800 years of Christianity, they wouldn’t have known what they were hearing. They would have thought another religion was being talked about.
ALL of the commentaries that were used by Christianity for hundreds of years are silent about most of the modern teachings. This is neither here nor there, but they do give us an idea of what centuries of Christians believed before the modern deceptions began.
Now, these deceptions have not been taught for no good reason. They will happen because 95% of American Christians believe this is what the Bible says will happen. They also place much of the timing of these manufactured events in the hands of men. So the timing can be controlled.
There is a segment of Christianity which is rising which maintains that they will pray down the judgments of Revelation on the antichrist when he appears. Satan will set up a decoy system (complete with all of the bells and whistles which Christians believe will happen). This is the first beast system of Revelation 13:1.
And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.
Then a second beast rises up in Revelation 13:11. This is the whore of Babylon Church which will rule every kindred, tongue and nation.
“And I beheld another beast coming up out of the earth; and he had two horns like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon.”
The whore Church will pray down fire from heaven.
“And he doeth great wonders, so that he maketh fire come down from heaven on the earth in the sight of men,”
“Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders,”
2 Thessalonians 2:9
“For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.”
and it will look like it destroys the first beast system.
“And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast.”
In actually, this Church will merely take over the first beast (claiming dominion over the earth as the Dominionists, NAR, Kingdom Now all claim) system.
“and I saw a woman sit upon a scarlet coloured beast, full of names of blasphemy, having seven heads and ten horns.”
The International House of Prayer (those who claim they are going to pray the judgments of Revelation down on the antichrist) is a subset of the New Apostolic Reformation (the ones who believe they are modern apostles and prophets). These people’s game plan for taking over the earth is called the Seven Mountains. They say these seven mountains are the control of culture. Control the seven mountains, control the world.
“And here is the mind which hath wisdom. The seven heads are seven mountains, on which the woman sitteth.”
Then martyr time will get underway in earnest. (Like the New Age, the NAR, IHOP and the Dominionists believe that they will cleanse the earth of “non-believers” [that Christians who won’t go along with their unbiblical plans.])
Then Jesus comes back in a nick of time.
Anyway, Satan has deceived Americans about what will happen. He will then substitute his own counterfeit version of end time events for Revelation. The deceived will run to the whore of Babylon Church, thinking that it is the “good guys” because they have “destroyed” the first beast system.
At some point, everyone who doesn’t love the truth will be sent strong delusion–and there’s no recovering from that.
That’s pretty much the way it looks from here. There will be spills, chills and thrills along the way, but that’s the highlights. It’s really a clever plan.
And there’s not a lot of time.
Thanks for the comments.