Mystery Babylon is Surely a Strong Delusion

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Mystery Babylon: Paganized Christianity – the equalizing of Jesus Christ and Satan making them one and the same, and the turning man into a god – for this is surely a strong delusion.

Thanks to the movie industry, the music industry, your local supposedly Christian bookstore and your local church (most probably run by a Masonic pastor) we have had a massive drive over the last century pushing people towards Mystery Babylon.

I saw a post of FB that said, “I pray to see everyone in Hollywood follow Jesus‘. The sad part about this comment is that they most probably will see most of Hollywood follow Christ; a Satanic Christ.

Mystery Babylon – The Strong Delusion

2Thess 2:9-12 (KJV)
9 Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders, 10 And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. 11 And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: 12 That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.

Christians are still calling for revival and expecting revival and it’s not going to happen. ‘Revivals’ that have taken place throughout the centuries have all been false. There is actually no mention whatsoever of a revival or revivals in the Word of God. It speaks about apostasy and nothing but apostasy.

The Reformation

For instance the Reformation was nothing but a Jesuit Luciferian orchestration. Who would have thought that the Reformation where so many people died to separate themselves from Roman Catholicism was a Jesuit plot to deceive the world into hundreds of years of Calvinism. Martin Luther’s revival was another Jesuit orchestration which led people into 500 years of Lutheranism. Until recently when the Lutheran church started to merged back into it’s Mother Church after Pope Francis met with Lutherans in Sweden in 2017 to express a longing:

for this wound in the body of Christ to be healed,hoping that one day, Lutherans and Catholics can once again share the celebration of the Eucharist, or the consecration of bread and wine as Jesus’s body and blood.

https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2017/10/luther-reformation-500-ecumenical-dialogue/543876/

On Monday, the Vatican announced that Pope Francis will participate in a joint Lutheran-Catholic worship service in Sweden this October, kicking off a series of events planned for 2017 to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/26/world/europe/pope-francis-catholics-and-lutherans-will-recall-reformation.html

Latter Rain Movement

William Branham a Masonic Luciferian and his Latter Rain revival has pretty much led us into what we have today (Word of Faith, Apostolic and Prophetic (NAR), Charismatic/Pentecostalism, Seventh Say Adventists, etc).

Pentecostalism

We can thank Billy Graham, handpicked by the Pope himself to spread the catholic gospel of Vatican II. Please read: The New Evangelical – Evil fit for a New Dark Age

Hebrew Roots movement

And then we have the Hebrew Roots movement with it’s kabbalistic Yeshua leading thousands of Christians back to the Law and into the root of the Occult.

Kaballah-of-Jeshua

The book Kabbalah of Yeshua “is taking us to the Garden of Eden. This sounding of the shofar blast will cause awakening of the Jewish people to Yeshua as a Kabbalist, a restoration for Christians to their Jewish roots and heritage and a revelation to people of all faiths concerning the truth of Yeshua. This book takes the road leading to the Father’s house. We will all eat of the fatted calf versus the golden calf that has been worshipped since the beginning of creation and has not brought us to maturity yet. We must receive the Torah that brings life versus the Torah that brings death so that we can all dwell in the Garden of Eden once again!”

Kaballah-Christianity

The end result of Hebrew Roots is landing yourself so far down the Satanic rabbit hole that you end up like this guy Helgard Muller, denouncing and blaspheming Jesus Christ all together. His Youtube video that I had posted here where he states that ‘Jesus is die Slang / Jesus is the Snake’ has been removed from the internet.

Think about it, all these revivals (the strong delusion) start out looking good (that’s the catch). And people flock to these gatherings as they seek some kind of ‘truth’ in their lives and the revival meetings give them what they need at that moment in time. But few find Jesus Christ the Son of God because they genuinely seek Him and genuinely want to change their ways. And those who are truly born again, having their eyes opened by the Holy Spirit as to what’s really going on, leave the church/tent/gathering never to return.

The ‘beautiful’ warmth in the church!

And the revival carries on, many fill frizzle out , many don’t and evolve over time:

1) People leave disillusioned, later rejecting Jesus Christ the Son of God completely, ending up as either atheists or ending up in other false religions. No matter what happens, Satan has you in his claws.

2) Others continue with the false gospel they’ve been taught going from revival to revival, church to church seeking the demonized fire, the unholy spirit, the Kabbalist Rauch ha Kodesh or Shekhinah  as found frequently in talmudic and midrashic literature which rejects any idea of God being a Godhead; all these are Lucifer’s Fire, Lucifer’s Energizing Life Force that was transferred onto them through the laying on of hands, etc.

They honestly believe that Jesus Christ is that ‘feeling‘, that warmth that comes over you when you sit in church. But that’s not Him. That’s Satan. That’s why people go back to church every Sunday, to experience ‘God’, to get MORE from ‘God’; that warmth, and all those so called Godly manifestations).

And then the next revival breaks out again somewhere, and people flock by the thousands to that one seeking a truth that appeals to their natures and tickles their ears. And another false gospel is preached and then it fizzles out, with the same results as mentioned above.

As so this has been going on for over 2000 years. One revival has been added to the next… and so on, unbeknownst to many of us, all stemming from the same source:  Satan.

And look where we are now. Satan has successfully managed to turn the ENTIRE organised church into one big worship place for himself and to himself.

The gentile nations have basically returned to paganism and pagan Christianity.

Luke 18:8 “I tell you that he will avenge them speedily. Nevertheless when the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?

The Reformation opened up the door to all the other denominations we have today because unbelievably Pope Francis acknowledged that the joint declaration (between the Catholic church and the Lutheran Church) helped spread the gospel within the Catholic church, which would one day unite all denominations again.

“With gratitude we acknowledge that the Reformation helped give greater centrality to sacred Scripture in the church’s life,”

Please read: https://www.nwcatholic.org/voices/commentary/protestant-and-catholic-reformations.html

And there we have it folks.

Mystery Babylon and it’s Eucharist Christ is surely a strong delusion.

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Deborah (Discerning the World)

Deborah Ellish is the author of the above article. Discerning the World is an internet Christian Ministry based in Johannesburg South Africa. Tom Lessing and Deborah Ellish both own Discerning the World. For more information see the About this Website page below the comments section.

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Nobuddy Special

Can you prove these things?

Is love the most important?

Unity in the spirit?

Does God want all men to come to repentance and knowledge of the truth?

Or are the devil’s lies too much

Shouldn’t the true gospel have power to deliver these people from strong delusion?

Mike Evans

Terrific article Deborah.
(One odd element, did you mean to place Pentecostalism as a sub-heading over information on Billy Graham?)
Thinking of two other lauded “revivals”, I am sure I read somewhere that Jonathon Edwards had no desire to reach the lost in the world in his day, but just church members who were wayward. Could this have been because he only wished to minister to “the elect” as it was a waste of time and energy to preach to the chosen damned? As Calvinism is NOT the true gospel, one has to wonder how much good this Great Awakening really did for people. I believe some strange, “Toronto Blessing” style manifestations brought about the end of these meetings. Could this have been a tell-tale sign? It also spawned the “Second Great Awakening” headed up by the heretical (and creepy looking) Charles Finney in the following century.
Also, the present Bethel-produced “revival” taking place in Huntington Beach, CA is being compared to the Jesus movement among hippies of the ’60’s. Adherents are doing so favourably, detractors unfavourably. The truth may lie somewhere in between. While the current debacle is an NAR display of kundalini fire, the earlier one, under Chuck Smith and Lonnie Frisbee, had doctrinal issues re both of these men. I am not saying people were not saved in spite of these errors (Frisbee was very similar to modern day Bethel charismania), however people forget that Calvary Chapel is an offshoot of the Foursquare movement pioneered by heretic and liar Aimee Semple MacPherson and the false doctrine of a second Spirit Baptism is held to by this denomination with the continuation of gifts inc personal, direct revelation. If the latter errors were not given place in the early 20th century, we would not have the monstrous NAR/WOF/Pentecostal domination of professing Christianitu today.
As you state, regardless of sincerity, good motives and certain truths being restored, most if not all revivals leave a legacy of leaven which lasts centuries and destroys multitudes who elevate the founders beyond discernment and valid criticism. My best to you and Tom.

Mike Evans

Hi again Deborah.
I came across a 12 page PDF exploding the myths and propaganda put forth to deceive people regarding the origins of Pentecostalism. Many entangled in this deceptive restorarion movement (which has much in common with early Mormonism, which layed claim to the gift of tongues/gibberish labelling them ‘Adamic languages’ – they also produced miracles and healings) are told that it is a continuation of the signs of Pentecost. However, even the heretical founders acknowledged they were wanting to RESTORE and REVIVE the Apostolic sign gifts which were universally believed to have ceased centuries earlier . The so-called (second) baptism in the spirit was a doctrine first coined by John Wesley (who, incidentally, was enamoured of the 2nd century charismatic heretic Montanus, who persuaded one highly regarded church “father”, Tertullian, to embrace his teachings. This movement was not finally stamped out until the 4th or 5th century. (No doubt by the OTHER mystical heretics of Rome!))
This article reveals that both Charles Parham and William Seymour renounced the doctrine of tongues as initial evidence of a second Spirit baptism (and early Pentecostals believed there were more baptisms again, each one producing more power). It also has a shocking quote of a statement Parham said to women on a regular basis in meetings which reveals his depraved state of mind.
This is a link to the page which can take one to the PDF “The History-Foundation of the Pentecostal Movement”
http://taministries.net/?page_id=131
Despite giving people bewitched by this cult information such as this, few are willing to look objectively and historically at these facts and be delivered from this strong delusion. I think David Cloud got it right when he drfined it as a global device of Satan to prepare a false church for the AntiChrist. As you have mentioned elsewhere, it seems when some do escape this perverse misrepresentation of the gospel they usually fall into the snare of Calvinism, which may be less overtly mystical but is just as Gnostic and blasphemous.

Tom Lessing (Discerning the World)

Hi Mike. Thank you for the valuable info. The link you provided is excellent. Keep up the good fight.

People often ask me, “Why are you so angry? Why don’t you tone down your style of writing? In that way you will reach more people.” Our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, often became angry and simultaneously grieved for the hardness of people’s hearts. (Mark 3:5).

John

Hi Tom and Deborah! Haven’t written in a while but I do keep up with the articles. The link that Mike provides above is interesting, however, if you go to the “About” tab on that website you will see that the author is an pastoring/teaching elder at Hervey Bay Bible Church. If you follow the link to Hervey Bay Bible Church and again go to the “About/Statement of Faith” link you will see that the church is decidedly Calvinist. Read paragraph #7 concerning salvation. Ugh! If that doesn’t convince you, read their article on Faith: http://taministries.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Doctrines-of-Grace-Studies-v4.55.pdf

Keep up the good fight!

John in Alabama

Tom Lessing (Discerning the World)

Hi John, Thank you. I didn’t do my homework as thorough as you. In fact, I should have done more research, but I do not always have the time. Thanks again. The one thing ‘I’ve noticed about Calvinists is that their research is often very good. Justin Peters, for instance, does a very good job in his research on the NAR and WOF. Unfortunately their motives are wrong, and that is to woo the people into their camp. As you know, Calvinism is spreading like wildfire because of the people who are leaving NAR and WOF ministries. This applies to them.

Also of your own selves shall men arise, speaking perverse things, to draw away disciples after them. (Act 20:30)

They are not making disciples to follow Jesus. They are drawing men after them and their damnable doctrines. (TULIP).

Mike Evans

Thanks John. I did not realise the authors of those articles were Calvinists. In a way, it does not surprise me. As Tom says, they are good at Biblically exposing the errors of Pentecostalism, though the catch is one may fall into the errors of the Pope of Geneva while exiting charismania. I nearly did myself.
Nonetheless, the historical information provided is thorough and damning of the heretics who pioneered this global monstrosity. The sad fact is that most representations of Christianity in the world now are cults which present a different Christ, spirit and gospel and most people go from one to another. No wonder some give up altogether.

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