End Times Prophecy Report
July 14, 2014
AUSTRALIA: Australian judge probed for saying incest may be accepted – What does that mean exactly?
NEW ZEALAND: (Video) Time Lapse of New Zealand’s night sky
68 percent think that election rules rigged for incumbents – It appears that someone is getting a little closer to the truth.
RICK PERRY: Isolationist policies make terror threat even greater – Just exactly what someone who might lead the USA into foreign adventures might say. Has anyone else noticed Perry has quietly donned glasses? Is this an effort to make the Texas governor appear more brainy?
AMAZON teaming up with the CIA – Old news…
POLL: Generational differences on abortion narrow – The Corporate Media (Satan’s Mouthpiece) will never call it “child murder” or “killing” or “child sacrifice.” From the very beginning of instituting the abomination of abortion–which was illegal in 30 states and illegal under various circumstances in the other 20–the Corporate Media used “neutral terms” to describe murder–all under the guise of “being reasonable.” And it was quite reasonable–if one were a pawn of Satan. Or, as long as one weren’t an inconvenient baby.
And for 41 years, the government has not only made murder legal, but paid women to perform child sacrifice.
All in a nation where misguided “patriots” refer to the USA as “a Christian country.” Every time there’s an earthquake or a tornado, these christian types wring their hands and murmur about “God’s judgment.” Because few read their Bibles–even fewer understand them–it’s not realized that when God’s judgment falls, it will be swift, final and there will be very few hands left to wring over anything.
There have been various estimates of the Roe v Wade death toll in the last 41 years: anywhere from 55 million to 70+ million. The “pro-life” groups have been infamously ineffective–except at wringing cash from the wallets of their followers. In the meantime, everyone doffs their hats and sings another chorus of “God Bless America.”
And the only one laughing is Satan.
(VIDEO) Food City Salute – (h/t:B) A 1-minute video that is outstanding in its genre.
QUOTE SITES: What’s worse than the dozens of hundreds of websites dedicated to insipid quotes by the men the world has chosen to exalt?
When the world offers “wisdom,” it most often offers deceit.
How about when these websites begin quoting fictional TV or movie characters as though they are offering some hidden gems of wisdom.
Of course, when one is 16, almost everything one hears is a gem of wisdom–including the day’s lunch menu.
Pope: About 1-in-50 clergy are pedophiles – Sound low.
(PHOTO) What happens when you combine the SuperMoon with that giant Jesus statute in South America? – This is the picture that answers that question.
“For this is the love of God, that we keep his commandments: and his commandments are not grievous.”
—1 John 5:3
5 Lies I used to believe about being a Christian – Lies? Here’s 3 lies that many believe today: 1- The Bible isn’t about rules; 2- Christians haven’t met Jesus; and, 3- It’s all about love and nothing else. One no longer has to adhere to even believing what Jesus Christ said. Just say “I’m a Christian” and then start writing whatever you please–especially if what you write gains the approval of the world.
Here’s #5 on the list of “lies.”
5. The Bible is Mostly About Rules.
The Bible isn’t about rules; it’s about Jesus. It’s designed to be used in the context of relationship. The goal in reading the Word shouldn’t be to get to a certain chapter, but to meet Jesus along the way.
These days, “relationship” is the buzzword for those who don’t know Him–or the Bible.
You want to have a “relationship with Jesus”? Here’s what Jesus said:
“If ye keep my commandments, ye shall abide in my love; even as I have kept my Father’s.”
Oh, keep His commandments? You mean the ones in that Book which “isn’t about rules?”
You want to meet Jesus? Here’s what Jesus said about that.
“He that hath my commandments, and keepeth them, he it is that loveth me: and he that loveth me shall be loved of my Father, and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him.”
So someone who isn’t paying any attention to the rules in that Bible? They aren’t meeting Jesus. They might be in a “relationship” with another Jesus, but not the One who saves.
All the pew-sitters who are wailing about their “passion” for Jesus; who are begging us to take them seriously about how much they “love Jesus;” who are endlessly prattling on about “It’s all about a relationship”? Here’s a simple rule. Hint: It came from Jesus Himself.
“If ye love me, keep my commandments.”
A man meets Jesus when he becomes a Christian. If one isn’t a Christian, one might hope to meet Jesus “along the way.” All those who are giving tips about how to meet Jesus? Here’s a tip: become a Christian. You will surely meet Jesus. He promises that experience to all who come to him
“Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me.”
That sounds like meeting Jesus, doesn’t it?
Pretend Christians: it’s not too late to meet Him.
ON A RELATED NOTE: Garage Sale God Whispers, Twice Dead and the Name of Jesus Ignored
It seems that appealing to Scripture in the face of demonic lies is one surefire way to end a conversation. Again, what was striking in these conversations was the level of deception and the matter-of-fact manner in which it was presented. These people believe in their experiences, even more than they claim to believe in God.
Another striking observation that was alluded to earlier was this: in these conversations, the name of Jesus did not pass the lips of the deceived. They believe in “God,” but have no interest in the Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ. Yet, this should not surprise in light of what else was discussed. These two individuals—and many like them—deny Jesus Christ when they deny, ignore, and brush aside His clear, objective Word. In spite of their claims, they do not worship the true God, but a god of their own imagination. A god who walks and talks to them . . . and tells them what they want to hear. A god who coddles but does not convict. A god who sways with the change of wind or mood, but who does not save. A god of lies, not a God who Himself is the way, the truth, and the life.
Haunting Surreal Photographs From The 60s Inspired By Children’s Nightmares – In this writer’s opinion, the headline promises much more than it delivers.
Near Death Experiences are actually True Life Experiences – Sure they are. More pagan PR from the Corporate Media.
How Plane-Mounted Cameras Watch Entire Cities – For hours…
The Scandalous Love Affair that started World War I – Another creative way to write about a war whose 100th anniversary is fast approaching.
A Testimony and the Golden Sword – The demonic has entered into the churches. There are many who chase after such seducing spirits, calling them the Holy Spirit. That sounds like blasphemy. Is it?
One day, years ago, while in worship at the Vineyard, I too had a similar vision in which I was given a sword. I hadn’t thought about it in quite some time until I read this man’s words. All these years later and I am still uncovering the false prophetic. Read on you will see what this man has exposed is true. We are subject to who we come under and will become victim and subject to that same demon spirit.
“Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils;”
—1 Timothy 4:1
Paul doesn’t say that the ones who depart from the faith and give heed to seducing spirits have left the congregation.
Sometimes, the congregation is led by such who have already departed.
The Jewish Temple which may prevent World War II – A good example of Eschatology Gone Wild. This is the Christian press spinning a narrative.
It’s been less than two years ago that a poll in the Jerusalem Post claimed that only 35 percent feel the temple mount is the holiest site in Judaism. But in this narrative, all Jews think alike. The only ones rebuilding a third Jewish temple will be the agents of Satan, in order to fulfill the false eschatology fed to Christians over the last 100 years.
Israel is the most contested piece of real estate in the world. And the most contested piece of real estate within Israel is the temple mount in the old city of Jerusalem. Nearly every Jew believes that the Muslim Dome of the Rock, which dominates that thirty-six acre site, sits on the spot of all previous Jewish Temples, including the last one destroyed by the Romans in 70 A.D. Many Jews and Christians believe that the temple must be and will be rebuilt on that spot. Therein lies the problem.
MEDIA NARRATIVES ALERT“How can the reader know when the Corporate Media is lying to him (never mind the fact that the media is Satan’s Mouthpiece and Satan is the father of lies)? One easy way to tell is the use of “Why” and “How” in the headlines of an article. When the reader sees “Why?” or “How?” in the headline–occasionally “What” is used–that which follows will be a fairy tale, a narrative, a bedtime story spun by the media for the benefit of the media’s master.” “Why” usually denotes an on-going narrative; “How” signifies a story line which explains past events
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: End Times Prophecy Headlines: July 12-13, 2014
- Christians for Zion. Heresy. Lies
- Do You Know if You are Going to Heaven? Be Sure!
- Lies Christians Believe
- The Lamb of God
- ONE BODY: Gnostic Teachings in American Churches Divide the Body of Christ
- Separating from the World: END TIMES SURVIVAL
by Jeremiah Jameson
–with Mondo Frazier
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