Lady Gaga, Israel and the Antichrist!
In reference to the Jews’ readiness to receive Antichrist rather than Him, the Jewish Messiah, Yeshua Ha-Mashiach made this startling statement:-
I am come in my Father’s name, and ye receive me not: if another shall come in his own name, him ye will receive. (John 5:43)
This particular prophecy became more evident recently when one of Satan’s servants received a string of welcoming accolades in Israel, not even the Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu could vie for. Debra Kamin, a features writer for “The Times of Israel” reported as follows:
Lady Gaga’s visit to Tel Aviv on 13 September 2104.
The city of Tel Aviv was gearing up for Lady Gaga Saturday evening, with police closing off roads that lead to Yarkon Park where over 20,000 fans are expected to see her perform. (Read more: Tel Aviv gears up for Gaga | The Times of Israel http://www.timesofisrael.com/tel-aviv-gears-up-for-gaga/#ixzz3DZVGseEx. Follow us: @timesofisrael on Twitter | timesofisrael on Facebook).
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Preparing for Halloween
By Tillie Carson
Well, it’s that time of year again: the time when you can’t drive down the street without seeing inflatable witches and ghosts everywhere. Over the years there has been a lot of controversy over Halloween. Should Christians celebrate this holiday or not? For many, the answer is yes. Halloween is just a harmless time when the kids can dress up in fun costumes and go door to door asking for candy. But for others, it goes much deeper. Many Christians I have met simply do not know the history of Halloween. Personally, I feel that it’s an important thing to know, so I would like to take you with me back in time to find the origin of the second most popular holiday in the world. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »
Author: Most Evangelicals Believe Good People are Heaven-Bound
By Stephanie Samuel | Christian Post Reporter | Society |Fri, Dec. 17 2010 07:00 AM EDT
The majority of Protestants and evangelicals believe that good people and people of other religions can go to heaven, according to author David Campbell.
Campbell, who co-wrote American Grace, How Religion Divides and Unites Us, contends that surveys of 3,000 Americans, used to write the book, show that American people of faith, though devout, are very tolerant. So much so that most believers also believe that good people, despite their religious affiliation, can go to heaven. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »
A Manifesto! The Time Has Come!
By John Shelby Spong (retired Episcopal bishop of Newark) – October 15, 2009
I have made a decision. I will no longer debate the issue of homosexuality in the church with anyone. I will no longer engage the biblical ignorance that emanates from so many right-wing Christians about how the Bible condemns homosexuality, as if that point of view still has any credibility. I will no longer discuss with them or listen to them tell me how homosexuality is “an abomination to God,” about how homosexuality is a “chosen lifestyle,” or about how through prayer and “spiritual counseling” homosexual persons can be “cured.” Those arguments are no longer worthy of my time or energy. I will no longer dignify by listening to the thoughts of those who advocate “reparative therapy,” as if homosexual persons are somehow broken and need to be repaired. I will no longer talk to those who believe that the unity of the church can or should be achieved by rejecting the presence of, or at least at the expense of, gay and lesbian people. I will no longer take the time to refute the unlearned and undocumentable claims of certain world religious leaders who call homosexuality “deviant.” I will no longer listen to that pious sentimentality that certain Christian leaders continue to employ, which suggests some version of that strange and overtly dishonest phrase that “we love the sinner but hate the sin.” That statement is, I have concluded, nothing more than a self-serving lie designed to cover the fact that these people hate homosexual persons and fear homosexuality itself, but somehow know that hatred is incompatible with the Christ they claim to profess, so they adopt this face-saving and absolutely false statement. I will no longer temper my understanding of truth in order to pretend that I have even a tiny smidgen of respect for the appalling negativity that continues to emanate from religious circles where the church has for centuries conveniently perfumed its ongoing prejudices against blacks, Jews, women and homosexual persons with what it assumes is “high-sounding, pious rhetoric.” The day for that mentality has quite simply come to an end for me. I will personally neither tolerate it nor listen to it any longer. » PLEASE CONTINUE READING HERE »
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For a long time now I have been reading about the following: ‘move into the supernatural, third wave, revival, touch not my anointed, kindgom of heaven, Melchizedek Order, New Apostles and Prophets, Army of God, New Breed, move into new things, new revelation, new generation of Christians, etc, etc, etc’. And I have noticed a distinct pattern in most of what all the ‘Prophets’ of today are preaching. It’s almost like they are all joined at the hip, connected via an anti-Christ spirit directing them to all speak the same rubbish, leading their already deceived flock futher and futher into a big big lie. People if you believe this stuff, please I beg of you to open your eyes and see the truth for you are caught up in a deception second to none. Get out of this now, before it’s too late!!!
A newsletter by Jewel van der Merwe – Volume 1, Number 2 June 1990 which I received via email:
A New Breed
The thought of something “new” is always scintillating to the senses. In a society that from childhood is looking for a new fad, it is not surprising that a preposterous new doctrine would be sweeping the church. The most disconcerting aspect is that this time we can not question this doctrine. It must be accepted blindly as a “new revelation” coming from the “anointed” Last Day “prophets.” If we question, we are: (1) divisive, (2) have a “Jezebel spirit” and even, (3) called witches.
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No this is not the Holy Spirit but the serpent Kundalini spirit. The Holy Spirit will never make you convulse or fall over backwards (slain in the spirit) for that matter.
You can look at this article I wrote about Choo Thomas author of ‘Heaven is so Real’ and her manifestations which I compared to a Kundalini Awakening: Choo Thomas – Heaven is so Real – Is it Really?
The Died-Again Christian Syndrome By the University of Pretoria
I have nothing to say about this article written by a post-doctoral student of the University of Pretoria. It’s pretty self explanatory. The absolute hatred for born again Christians is extremely evident. This is what Jesus Christ said would happen in the last days. They will choose a false Christ, doctrines of demons, and wickedness over the Truth.
I will always stand true in my faith for Jesus Christ, Gericke. There is nothing you can say or do for that matter that can change my beliefs and love for Jesus Christ. Don’t make your insecurities and problems mine because you just don’t get it.
Jesus said in Luke 23:34; “Father, forgive them, they know not what they do.”
Faculty of Theology should be called the Faculty of Occultism. Their main aim is to study the Bible and then tear it apart.
by Gericke, JW – University of Pretoria
The died-again Christian syndrome – Its etiology as manifested among fundamentalist students of the Old Testament in South Africa
Johnny is the chemists son but Johnny is no more
What Johnny thought was H2O was H2SO4
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