End Times Prophecy Report
May 5, 2014
CINCO DE MAYO
UKRAINE:Ukraine : Pro-Russia insurgents shot down two Ukrainian helicopters Friday and Ukraine reported many militants killed or wounded as the interim government in Kiev launched its first major offensive
CHINA: Why America can’t contain China – If an article proposes to tell the reader “Why?” it is clearly a narrative.
Rick Perry returns to Iowa; shows interest in 2016 run – Perry has his very own network of apostles and prophets! They should be able to tell him if he will have success in 2016 or not, right? Maybe that’s the reason he’s back for round #2?
Artificial intelligence ‘could be the worst thing to happen to humanity’: Stephen Hawking warns that rise of robots might be disastrous for mankind – Hawking’s helping out the Sci-Fi eschatology guys.
The Seven Churches of Antarctica – Who knew?
Baghdad Battery -250 BC – The history we are taught is not the same as what actually happened in many cases. Most who study history easily come to that conclusion. Mythbusters did an episode on this artifact. The hosts of Mythbusters came to their usual whitewashing, myth-enforcing conclusions–which were, as usual, contrary to objective science and history.
The linked article is from Smith College, which did a better job of testing the Baghdad Battery than the History Channel did. The only thing one could learn from watching Mythbusters is how to cover up any inconvenient information from the past that happens to surface. This is the suspected reason for the show and others like it.
“Shall a man make gods unto himself, and they are no gods.”
—Jeremiah 16:20 – (h/t:B)
Let’s bring back the guillotine for capital punishment – Second article on this topic over the last week. Just in time…
Kafka and the guillotine – Apparently, now is the time for the Corporate Media to break it to Americans that the guillotine will be making a comeback–just in time for one world government, the two beast systems and the whore of Babylon Church!
“…and I saw the souls of them that were beheaded for the witness of Jesus, and for the word of God, and which had not worshipped the beast, neither his image, neither had received his mark upon their foreheads, or in their hands; and they lived and reigned with Christ a thousand years.”
Mormon Contradictions – with the Bible and other sources
Of Labyrinths and Christianity – One more pagan practice which lukewarm Christians have rushed to embrace.
Labyrinths of Emerging Paganism – More on the subject. About six months ago, this writer included links to a series of articles written in 1989 about the introduction of prayer circles into the Christian churches. This was not referring to the circles of witchcraft written about in that deceptive pseudo-Christian book, The Circle Maker. This referred to the practice of standing in a circle, holding hands and praying.
At the time, this was a new ritual in the Christian church. The articles explored the occult/pagan origins of prayer circles and where they would go from there. It was uncanny how accurate the article (written 25 years ago) was about our present time. It offended a few people who do pray in circles, but when asked to give one example of praying in a circle in the Bible, they could not.
This is a good example of sanctification by participation. Some Christians believe that if they are engaged in a practice or ritual, no matter how occult, ungodly or pagan, then it must be okay. By their very participation in the ritual, they themselves have sanctified the practice.
It was with good reason we were warned of pride and arrogance in the Church in the last days.
“For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, Without natural affection, trucebreakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good, Traitors, heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God, Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away.”
—2 Timothy 3:2-5
“Moreover, brethren, I declare unto you the gospel which I preached unto you, which also ye have received, and wherein ye stand; By which also ye are saved, if ye keep in memory what I preached unto you, unless ye have believed in vain. For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures:”
-–1 Corinthians 15:1-4 – (h/t:B)
Jesus Gets Tough – Part One – Many Americans have erected idols to another Jesus.
You have to wonder what Jesus they’re talking about. Even a cursory reading of the Bible would show them that the church is His bride (temporal flaws and all) who will be taken to heaven when He returns for her. Additionally, there are popular movements, trends, and books that feature isolated characteristics of Jesus and doctrines of the Word that distort a correct biblical view. These include books such as Rob Bell’s bestseller Love Wins and Brennan Manning’s The Ragamuffin Gospel , both of which take the doctrine of love far beyond the teaching of Scripture—the former in the heresy of universalism, the latter implying that God, in His love, simply winks at our sins.
Insanity: Muslims Force Subway to Stop Offering Yummy Bacon and Pork – The American public continues to be prepared for the coming American war with the Islamic Middle East.
Hebrew Roots preacher Mark Blitz, – The man behind the Four Blood Moons teaching picked up by false teacher John Hagee, has a similar outlook as Hagee when it comes to sharing the gospel to Jews. Which is to say: he doesn’t.
“My goal is not to convert Jews to Christianity but to bring non-Jews to a better understanding of YHVH through a better understanding of Torah. I think most Christians do not know YHVH as He really is but know Him as they have tried to create Him in their image rather than understanding they were created in His image. Many Christians believe they have a relationship with YHVH but they don’t.”
Which brings up the question: can a person be a Christian who denies the most basic tenets of the faith?
National Right to Life disaffiliates with Georgia Right to Life – (h/t:CCL) From one commentator:
“Rape and Incest exceptions tolerant” National Right to “Life” [sic] disaffiliates “Anti Rape and Incest exceptions”, Pro-Personhood Georgia Right to Life in favor of “Rape and Incest exceptions tolerant” Georgia Life Alliance
Georgia Life Alliance is described as a “new group” who is tolerant of regulating abortion instead of abolishing the practice. “National Right to Life was formed in 1968 under the auspices of the National Conference of [Roman] Catholic Bishops.” NRLC has been adamantly opposed to passing personhood legislation in states.
After 46 years, NRLC has been an abject failure in every single undertaking–except raising money.
In 2007, Colorado Right to Life was kicked out.
“We will tell the truth that National Right To Life doesn’t want told,” said Brian Rohrbough, president of Colorado Right To Life, “that NRTL advocates a strategy of child-killing regulations that undermine personhood and distract from the real battle.”
And Leslie Hanks, V.P. of Colorado Right To Life added, “As a fundraiser, partial-birth abortion has brought in hundreds of millions of dollars, but as a way to save lives, it has no authority to save a single child.” Discussions of new affiliation are underway between CRTL and another principled pro-life organization fighting for the personhood of the pre-born.
So, if one really stands for life, then the National Right to Life will jettison you. If, however, one raises a lot of money and goes along with the appearance of doing good, then you’ll fit right in.
Young Blood – Any time the world of science wants to conduct creepy human experiments, they trot out their two most popular lies: the experiments will probably lead to a cure for Parkinson’s and it probably will cure Altzheimer’s.
A very large part of Christendom in the United States is enamored with those who claim to speak for God. If you think that’s an overstatement, simply tune into some of the programing on Trinity Broadcasting Network or some of the other cable religious networks. What you will see are churches filled with thousands of Christians hanging on to every word of a man or a woman who is declaring what God has just revealed to him or her. The content ranges from the mundane to the bizarre. To some observers who are fairly well versed in the Scriptures, what they are hearing and seeing is laughable. But that’s a tragic reaction by some who are forgetting that many of those being led astray by the so-called new prophets and apostles are their brothers and sisters in Christ.
Powerade dropping controversial ingredient from some of its sports drinks – The ingredient (brominated vegetable oil) is used as a flame retardant. The makers insist that BVO makes the drinks more tasty.
Asteroid buzzes earth, another near-miss – Ever wonder why the planet has had so many near-misses lately with asteroids and other hunks of space? There’s been more near-misses written about in the Corporate Media over the last five years than in the previous fifty.
QUAKE: 6.8 south of Fiji Islands
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: End Times Prophecy Headlines: May 3-4, 2014
- The Nephilim–Giants, Angels or Aliens?
- Do You Know if You are Going to Heaven? Be Sure!
- The Absurdity of ‘nephilim babies’
- Persecution of the Saints: The Fear and the Pit and the Snare
- Lying Signs and Wonders
- Magicians or a sign of evil…
- Roman Road to Eternal Salvation through Jesus Christ
by Jeremiah J. Jameson
–with Mondo Frazier
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