LET MY PEOPLE GO!
Treatise on Contemporary Church Culture and the Wrestling of the Antichrist!
October 10th, 2004
I am going to share with you what has happened behind our backs so to speak, in order to implement the necessary cohesive union between what has been born of God and what has been born of the antichrist in preparation for the One World Religion. I am well aware that this language is very strong, but I think after reading what I have to say you will agree with my language.
I recently experienced three days in the presence of angelic visitors. During this time I was instructed in a more comprehensive way about the One World Church that is about to emerge as well as the path that paved the way for its formation. I shared what I had been told with a few good folks and wrote an article which we put in our last newsletter and on our website. Soon I found myself inundated with information that confirmed the information given by the angels. I felt a bit out of touch as I read what has apparently been clear to some for a long time.
As I read, I wondered why the Church has been looking for the coming antichrist in the face of this king and that prince for decades and has overlooked the obvious. Further, I wondered at why the Church has gone a drift so far that we have been blissfully unaware of our foreboding enemy as he stands before us and works within our ranks.
I mentioned in the last newsletter that the coming "Beast" would be the last Pope of the Roman Catholic Church. In this article I want to share with you how the Church has gone about unawares preparing the way for this formidable foe to establish his throne almost without controversy just in time for his appearance. Except for God’s merciful intervention we are as the body of Messiah at present in a profound state of danger. Like Sara of old whom Abraham left in the arms of Pharaoh, the Bride of Christ is wrapped in the arms of spiritual Pharaoh. We are stuck it seems for the present moment, but it won’t be long before Christ will arise and with great tempest wrest us out of the dominion of His arch enemy.
I will begin by briefly sharing how it all began. Then take you on a journey of a few successive steps that have been taken to further establish this poisonous path upon which the unknowing Church has been progressing to its own destruction.
Lambs of Slaughter
Jesus said: The watchman opens the door for this man, and the
Sheep listen to His voice and heed it; and He calls His own sheep
by name and brings them out. (His sheep) They will never [on
any account] follow a stranger, but will run away from him because
they do not know the voice of strangers.
John 10: 3, 5
A Jordanian prophetess was taken up by the Lord and shown that the son of perdition was born in 1933. From that time until this the world and the world Church has been making ready for him to take his place.
The World Council of Churches began in 1948, the same year Israel became a Nation. It gained global recognition almost immediately. The organization began as a unification of the most liberal thinkers of the Protestant world and has perpetuated itself in that same vein since. It has primarily nurtured the fundamentals and some evangelicals in the psychology of globalism and A One World Religion nearly since its inception.
In June of 1956 another Ishmael was born. The bride of Christ (the Protestant Church) and the son of Pharaoh (The Catholic Church) aligned themselves under the spirit of Pharaoh. This Ishmael became known as The Charismatic Ecumenical Renewal. By this means the beginning of the end was put steadfastly into place. The Catholic Institutional Church and the Protestant Believers became bosom buddies and founded a means by which to work amiably together. The problem with this was that the hierarchy of the Catholic Church forgot to tell the unsuspecting Protestants that there was a secret motive to their newfound amiableness. You see this new union was designed to bring the Protestant Church back under the covering wing of the Ecumenical Catholic Church.
So, the Spirit of the Lord fell in what has been remembered as the Charismatic Renewal. Catholics and Protestants were both touched by His wonderful goodness. It was an outpouring intended to free millions of Catholics from the deception that had the power to lure their precious souls into hell. Many did flee the harlotry of Catholicism, but many did not. Those who did not and those who bought the other deception; albeit, that the Catholic Church had become Protestantised, joined together under the forum of the C.E.R. It wasn’t long however before the Catholic Hierarchy began to have secret meetings to discuss how they would eventually take over the Protestant Church by means of this new union. Soon thereafter some major leaders in the Christian Church were incited to join the seditious movement with a view to uniting the Christian Church and the Catholic counterfeit. I could name some of these leaders but it really isn’t necessary. The point is that the spirit of compromise entered into the sheepfold of the Church which had already given way to that ideology some years before. Most leaders who are familiar with the movement will admit that the unfortunate cornerstone of the C.E.R move was the blatant sin throughout that movement from the head down to the toes. The sin stained Church lusted after power and thrills and turned from the true Gospel of holiness. Where the spirit of Pharaoh was at that time given free course to enter the Church through the Catholic entanglements, it soon began to reign.
Before long Charismatic/Catholic televangelists became commonplace in the Church. With the television evangelism came Hollywood glamour and ideology. Hence, the world of compromise and the life of the kingdom of Pharaoh found its place of rest in the bosom of the bride of Christ and has been residing ever since.
Holiness and separation from the world became a thing of the past. World pleasers and leaders who lusted after every evil thing became the leaders of Christ’s Church. Of course the secret lives of sin by many of these Gospel marketers, by-in-large remained hidden from the unsuspecting viewer. Only those who walk closely with these leaders of guile know their secret lives and so it would be until this present day. Compromise entered, corruption overcame them and the inevitable cancer began to ingest the once holy and pure bride of Christ. The Church once ran from the world, now it runs with the world in the name of Christ with TV personalities leading the dance that will kill the soul and send it to hell. The lambs ran in merriment with their leaders. The more mature Sheep who loved His holiness grieved over the loss of the virtuous beauty of the sheep of God’s pasture. Still, the Scripture remains true, His sheep hear His voice and another voice they will not follow. The true lambs will come out of Egypt!
The umbrella of deception continues to grow. In March of 1994 the next big step was taken to further solidify the One World Religion and union between the son of Pharaoh (The Catholic Church) and the bride of Christ, (The Church) This critical next step was made recognizable by a document that Christian and Catholic leaders signed at that time. I am enclosing it in this article. Some of you will recognize it others will not. In either case, it is perhaps one of the most important statements made in the last hundred years, further entrenching the unsuspecting sheep in the deception that the haunt of jackals can be a good place for sheep to dwell.
EVANGELICALS AND CATHOLICS TOGETHER: THE GIFT OF SALVATION
For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. For God sent the Son into the world, not to condemn the world, but that the world might be saved through him. (John 3:16-17)
We give thanks to God that in recent years many Evangelicals and Catholics, ourselves among them, have been able to express a common faith in Christ and so to acknowledge one another as brothers and sisters in Christ. We confess together one God, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit; we confess Jesus Christ the Incarnate Son of God; we affirm the binding authority of Holy Scripture, God’s inspired Word; and we acknowledge the Apostles’ and Nicene creeds as faithful witnesses to that Word.
The effectiveness of our witness for Christ depends upon the work of the Holy Spirit, who calls and empowers us to confess together the meaning of the salvation promised and accomplished in Christ Jesus our Lord. Through prayer and study of Holy Scripture, and aided by the Church’s reflection on the sacred text from earliest times, we have found that, notwithstanding some persistent and serious differences, we can together bear witness to the gift of salvation in Jesus Christ. To this saving gift we now testify, speaking not for, but from and to, our several communities. (The Gospel of Catholicism is not the Gospel of the Church)
God created us to manifest his glory and to give us eternal life in fellowship with himself, but our disobedience intervened and brought us under condemnation. As members of the fallen human race, we come into the world estranged from God and in a state of rebellion. This original sin is compounded by our personal acts of sinfulness. The catastrophic consequences of sin are such that we are powerless to restore the ruptured bonds of union with God. Only in the light of what God has done to restore our fellowship with him do we see the full enormity of our loss. The gravity of our plight and the greatness of God’s love are brought home to us by the life, suffering, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. "God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life" (John 3:16).
God the Creator is also God the Redeemer, offering salvation to the world. "God desires all to be saved and come to a knowledge of the truth" (I Timothy 2:4). The restoration of communion with God is absolutely dependent upon Jesus Christ, true God and true man, for he is "the one mediator between God and men" (1 Timothy 2:5), and "there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved" (Acts4:12). Jesus said, "No one comes to the Father but by me" (John 14:6). He is the holy and righteous one who was put to death for our sins, "the righteous for the unrighteous, that he might bring us to God" (I Peter 3:18). (I wonder that the Catholic Church advocates now more than ever that Mary is co-redeemer of the earth.)
The New Testament speaks of salvation in various ways. Salvation is ultimate or eschatological rescue from sin and its consequences, the final state of safety and glory to which we are brought in both body and soul. "Since, therefore, we are now justified by his blood, much more shall we: be saved by him from the wrath of God." "Salvation is nearer to us now than when we first believed" (Romans 5:9; 13: 11). Salvation is also a present reality. We are told that "he saved us, not because of deeds done by us in righteousness, but in virtue of his own mercy" (Titus 3:5). The present reality of salvation is an anticipation and foretaste of salvation in its promised fullness.
Always it is clear that the work of redemption has been accomplished by Christ’s atoning sacrifice on the cross. "Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us" (Galatians 3:13). Scripture describes the consequences of Christ’s redemptive work in several ways, among which are: justification, reconciliation, restoration of friendship with God, and rebirth from above by which we are adopted as children of God and made heirs of the Kingdom. "When the time had fully come, God sent his son, born of a woman, born under law, that we might receive the adoption of sons" (Galatians 4:4-5).
Justification is central to the scriptural account of salvation, and its meaning has been much debated between Protestants and Catholics. We agree that justification is not earned by any good works or merits of our own; it is entirely God’s gift, conferred through the Father’s sheer graciousness, out of the love that he bears us in his Son, who suffered on our behalf and rose from the dead for our justification. Jesus was "put to death for our trespasses and raised for our justification" (Romans 4:25). In justification, God, on the basis of Christ’s righteousness alone, declares us to be no longer his rebellious enemies but his forgiven friends, and by virtue of his declaration it is so. (The Catholic Church continues to perpetuate the demand of works to secure salvation. This has not in any way changed.)
The New Testament makes it clear that the gift of justification is received through faith. "By grace you have been saved through faith; and this is not your own doing, it is the gift of God" (Ephesians 2:8). By faith, which is also the gift of God, we repent of our sins and freely adhere to the gospel, the good news of God’s saving work for us in Christ. By our response of faith to Christ, we enter into the blessings promised by the gospel. Faith is not merely intellectual assent but an act of the whole person, involving the mind, the will, and the affections, issuing in a changed life. We understand that what we here affirm is in agreement with what the Reformation traditions have meant by justification by faith alone (solafide).
In justification we receive the gift of the Holy Spirit, through whom the love of God is poured forth into our hearts (Romans 5:5). The grace of Christ and the gift of the Spirit received through faith (Galatians 3:14) are experienced and expressed in diverse ways by different Christians and in different Christian traditions, but God’s gift is never dependent upon our human experience or our ways of expressing that experience.
While faith is inherently personal, it is not a purely private possession but involves participation in the body of Christ. By baptism we are visibly incorporated into the community of faith and committed to a life of discipleship. "We were buried therefore with him by baptism into death, so that as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we too might walk in newness of life" (Romans 6:4).
By their faith and baptism, Christians are bound to live according to the law of love in obedience to Jesus Christ the Lord. Scripture calls this the life of holiness, or sanctification. "Since we have these promises, dear friends, let us purify ourselves from everything that contaminates body and spirit, perfecting holiness out of reverence for God" (2 Corinthians 7: 1). Sanctification is not fully accomplished at the beginning of our life in Christ, but is progressively furthered as we struggle, with God’s grace and help, against adversity and temptation. In this struggle we are assured that Christ’s grace will be sufficient for us, enabling us to persevere to the end. When we fail, we can still turn to God in humble repentance and confidently ask for, and receive, his forgiveness. (To the Catholic this means the final struggle is complete through the sufferings of purgatory.)
We may therefore have assured hope for the eternal life promised to us in Christ. As we have shared in his sufferings, we will share in his final glory. "We shall be like him, for we shall see him as he is" (I John 3:2). While we dare not presume upon the grace of God, the promise of God in Christ is utterly reliable, and faith in that promise overcomes anxiety about our eternal future. We are bound by faith itself to have firm hope, to encourage one another in that hope, and in such hope we rejoice. For believers "through faith are shielded by God’s power until the coming of the salvation to be revealed in the last time" (I Peter 1:5).
Thus it is that as justified sinners we have been saved, we are being saved, and we will be saved. All this is the gift of God. Faith issues in a confident hope for a new heaven and a new earth in which God’s creating and redeeming purposes are gloriously fulfilled. "Therefore God has highly exalted him and bestowed on him the name which is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father" (Philippians 2:9-1 1).
As believers we are sent into the world and commissioned to be bearers of the good news, to serve one another in love, to do good to all, and to evangelize everyone everywhere. It is our responsibility and firm resolve to bring to the whole world the tidings of God’s love and of the salvation accomplished in our crucified, risen, and returning Lord. Many are in grave peril of being eternally lost because they do not know the way to salvation.
In obedience to the Great Commission of our Lord, we commit ourselves to evangelizing everyone. We must share the fullness of God’s saving truth with all, including members of our several communities. Evangelicals must speak the gospel to Catholics and Catholics to Evangelicals, always speaking the truth in love, so that "working hard to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace … the. body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God" (Ephesians 4:3, 12-13). (According to this we are to open the door wide to the Catholic Gospel among Protestants.)
Moreover, we defend religious freedom for all. Such freedom is grounded in the dignity of the human person created in the image of God and must be protected also in civil law.
We must not allow our witness as Christians to be compromised by half-hearted discipleship or needlessly divisive disputes. While we rejoice in the unity we have discovered and are confident of the fundamental truths about the gift of salvation we have affirmed, we recognize that there are necessarily interrelated questions that require further and urgent exploration. Among such questions are these: the meaning of baptismal regeneration, the Eucharist, and sacramental grace; the historic uses of the language of justification as it relates to imputed and transformative righteousness; the normative status of justification in relation to all Christian doctrine; the assertion that while justification is by faith alone, the faith that receives salvation is never alone; diverse understandings of merit, reward, purgatory, and indulgences; Marian devotion and the assistance of the saints in the life of salvation; and the possibility of salvation for those who have not been evangelized.
On these and other questions, we recognize that there are also some differences within both the Evangelical and Catholic communities. We are committed to examining these questions further in our continuing conversations. All who truly believe in Jesus Christ are brothers and sisters in the Lord and must not allow their differences, however important, to undermine this great truth, or to deflect them from bearing witness together to God’s gift of salvation in Christ. "I appeal to you, brothers, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree with one another so that there may be no divisions among you and that you may be perfectly united in mind and thought" (I Corinthians 1:10).
As Evangelicals who thank God for the heritage of the Reformation and affirm with conviction its classic confessions, as Catholics who are conscientiously faithful to the teaching of the Catholic Church, and as disciples together of the Lord Jesus Christ who recognize our debt to our Christian forebears and our obligations to our contemporaries and those who will come after us, we affirm our unity in the gospel that we have here professed. (These last three paragraphs are mutually exclusive and therefore can bear no relationship to one another. They are the deceiving words of compromise.)
In our continuing discussions, we seek no unity other than unity in the truth. Only unity in the truth can be pleasing to the Lord and Savior whom we together serve, for he is "the way, the truth, and the life" (John 14:6).
(Bold emphasis belong to this writer.)
Dr. Pat Robertson
Dr. Gerald L. Bray (Beeson Divinity School)
Dr. Bill Bright (Campus Crusade for Christ)
Dr. Harold O. J. Brown (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School)
Mr. Charles Colson (Prison Fellowship)
Bishop William C. Frey (Episcopal Church)
Dr. Timothy George (Beeson Divinity School)
Dr. Os Guinness (The Trinity Forum)
Dr. Kent R. Hill (Eastern Nazarene College)
The Rev. Max Lucado (Oak Hills Church of Christ, San Antonio, Texas)
Dr. T. M. Moore (Chesapeake Theological Seminary)
Dr. Richard Mouw (Fuller Theological Seminary)
Dr. Mark A. Noll (Wheaton College)
Mr. Brian F. O’Connell (Interdev)
Dr. Thomas Oden (Drew University)
Dr. James I. Packer (Regent College, British Columbia)
Dr. Timothy R. Phillips (Wheaton College)
Dr. John Rodgers (Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry)
Dr. John Woodbridge (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School)
Dr. Richard Land Christian Life Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention
Dr. Larry Lewis with the Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention
Dr. John White with Geneva College and the National Association of Evangelicals
Mr. Keith Fournier, author of Evangelical Catholics with Regent Universitys American Center for Law and Justice.
Those who recognize true doctrine understand that this document undermines in every way the value of the Reformation the Lord so lovingly sent through Martin Luther for the purpose of liberating the true Church. By this document should we embrace it, we are herein removed of our right to evangelize Catholics in the true Gospel for the purpose of saving their souls through Christ’s blood alone. Further, if we espouse this writing we agree that we, that is Catholic and Christian are both part of the Church of Jesus Christ and therefore all entering into the kingdom of heaven upon our passing whether by works or by grace, by Mary or by Christ. We have through this document all become one — all distinctions vanish and are forgotten or at least in the process of being forgotten. We are to forget that Catholicism is a false religion. We are to forget that it is the Catholic Church under the leadership of her Pope that has martyred millions of Christians who refused to recant the truth given them through the Reformation and refused to rejoin her seedbed of sin. We are to forget that this harlot Church is responsible for the deaths of untold numbers of Jews from as early as AD 300. And we are to forget that it was this system that dethroned the Lord’s own family from their godly leadership in the true Church and threw them out of its sight because they were demanding holiness and truth through the reestablishment of the true Church. We are to disregard the fact that the Pope calls himself the Vicar of God and Mary the Mother of God. With Mary and the Pope in their place, I wonder what do we need with Christ? We are to forget — disregard, all this and much more if we imbibe the document signed by our leaders in the Church. Once again we will through this agreement take an even greater hold on compromise and lose what little truth the Church holds this day.
The Church culture has over the last eighty years been reformed. Where once our leaders were men and women who lived virtuous and holy lives provoking the Church to come out of the world and be separate, today the Church is provoked to lust after everything the world has to offer in the name of Christ, making His cross of none effect. If that is not enough the Church is also being led down a hidden path of eventually being ingested by the Catholic Church and ensconcing the One World Religion. If that seems absurd to you, please reread the document and remember that the unity therein determined is a unity of the church of the antichrist with the Church of Jesus Christ. These are Christian leaders who have endorsed this insanity. If they being taught the truth are losing their way cannot an untaught lamb lose his/or her way? The Church is a people who being led by the spirit of compromise, have veered off the path and are loosing their way.
The Church culture was at one time a commonwealth of believers who cared for the poor, sick, needy and lost, who refused discrimination based on race or social status. Today’s Church culture cares about big fancy buildings and expensive homes, cars and wardrobes. The concern is for looking like and acting like the world as much as possible and as long as we can still keep our salvation. The Church wants to dance in the holy place, do aerobics, watch football and learn to wear makeup properly before, after or in between worship services. Altars used to fill with tears of the penitent, today the altars have all but been removed and the dance floor has replaced them. The message of grace, compromise, and get rich through tithing has replaced the message of brokenness, love, holiness and true faith in the fear of God. We have exchanged the life of the spirit for living a life governed by the soul — serving God in the works of the flesh instead of the works of the Spirit of holiness. Our many traditions are taking the place of true worship. It is getting to look a little like the Catholic system of compromise.
We wonder what has happened to America! Our answer is found in the compromising Church.
Our only hope is to recognize from whence we have fallen, return to our First Love, get our soiled garments cleansed by running from sin, and our eyes healed by walking in submission to His true holiness, and our vision restored with divine eye-salve so we can see how serious is our error. The call to come out of her my people is strong! The demand made upon the spirit of Pharaoh to let God’s people go will soon be without rebuttal.
Icon’s of Catholicism and the Church
In the year 2000 at the World Convergence of Catholics, the Pope was seen perched on his throne. This throne incidentally bears the cross turned upside down which is etched on the throne’s back in plain view of all who would happen by. (The upside down cross is a well known satanic symbol.) As the Pope sat upon this throne the Cardinals of the world lay face down making two circles around the throne worshipping "his holiness" the Pope.
How many Catholics fear not accepting the message of the Pope as the final word of authority, because this is a well known rule of the Catholic Church? Down the list to the Cardinals and the Monsignors, the Catholic looks to their word to determine their own peace.
The Church on the other hand has their Icon’s. We have media personalities, authors, painters, musicians, pastors and so on for which we hold so great esteem that what they say is where we stand whether it is Biblical or not. Of course this in not true of everyone, but it is true of too many. These Church Icons dictate our walk as Christians.
The Bible calls us to complete separation from the spirit of the world, but our leaders tell us that is not needful. They say: just serve in the Church, and come to Church regularly, further, pay your tithes then you will be blessed.
Many of the Catholic leaders are living double lives and forcing others to live in sin with them. Many Church leaders are doing the same. If one tries to make a leader accountable, the leaders remind them not to judge. Then they turn and play with death some more.
As the spirit of Pharaoh operates in the Catholic Church, so he works in Christ’s compromising Church. Pharaoh loves the worship that belongs to Christ alone. The media who is Pharaoh’s most valued instrument uses the Church’s willingness to love our leaders to engender ungodly devotion and to inspire our giving to their ministries even when they are living in sin that will destroy their soul and yours if you follow them.
Pharaoh is the prince of the slaves. Many of today’s ministries have learned to enslave people away from the true faith. They do this by inciting undue devotion to themselves and their message. They do it by drawing your focus to material wealth so you will give to their ministries. They never attempt to lead you only to the throne of Christ where you can be emptied of all lust and earthly passion and find the true abundant life found only in the Son. They don’t call you higher and away from sin, deception and the inevitable corruption that follows. They don’t tell you to quit running after the things of the world, for if they did you would quit following them so you could follow Christ. Too many of the body’s leaders care more for their following and the support their disciples will give them then they do for the souls of those who follow them. They enslave you in the lust of the eyes, the passions of the flesh and the ungodly worship of the creature and tell you how great you are for listening to them. Catholic Leaders are just as bad, they simply do it differently. They still propagate the mystery of Mary their redeemer, sell indulgences, frighten their weary follower with Purgatory then promise relief through payments of various sums of money by the adherent. The followers pray to idols and cant with beads. All of these things are forbidden in the Word of God, but the Catholic does not know this for they do not know the Word. Pharaoh has restrained them. As I said in my previous article, ‘The New Temple of Babylon’ The spirit Ashteroth whom I had the unfortunate experience of bumping into in Rome, does an excellent job of perpetrating her doctrines of death, masquerading as Mother Mary. Hence, the Catholic/Charismatics who follow their leaders are do so to their own hurt.
Pharaoh loves to build images of himself to be adored by all. So does today’s Christian leader! Not only will you see his image everywhere you turn, but you are seeing an image that he has created. Rarely, is it one that truly marks his character. Pharaoh uses his slaves to help create his images and his temples of worship. Too many of the leaders have fallen to the same deception. They have come to believe their own lies. God help us to be free of the worship of self!!! These and more are deceptions by which he makes slaves of God’s people.
Hollywood Christianity will soon be a thing of the past. The traditions that be not of God no matter how beautiful they are will be overturned by Christ Himself, for the purpose of freeing His bride. Christian Leaders whose ministries are made of man and not God will fall at His lofty feet in these last days. The Church will have an opportunity to know the truth. The faith will return to the Spirit of Christ working in the heart of His own and precious ones in accordance with His Word. He will force Pharaoh to release the willing in heart. These will run with all diligence to the arms of our majestic Father and will crave holiness walking in the fear of God. They will walk and live in divine power in the beauty of holiness.
Those who do not really want the truth, will fall deeper and deeper into deception, and at last become enslaved to the One World Church of the Antichrist, which will be none other than the Catholic Church headed by the Pope who is the Beast of Revelation.
Think about this my dear Friend; If the world follows the Pope now because of his beautiful but fraudulent piety, what will the world do when the antichrist and the False Prophet begin to perform awesome signs and wonders, pointing their fingers at the Pope as the world religious leader? When the works that are done seem to out rank any heretofore seen of men? What will the world think when the Pope with the antichrist seems to solve the global crises that will soon strike, having wrought terror in the hearts of men? They will seem so wise and so benevolent. The Bible says that if possible even the elect would be deceived. The implication is that those not truly given to Christ and the standard of life He requires will be deceived. How great the spirit of deception will be in those days. It will blind every person not hidden under the covering of Christ’s holiness. Yes, it will be this same benevolent Pope, the Beast and the antichrist who will become the terror of humanity.
The cry of the Spirit will be: "Let my people go, that they may come and worship me! "My dear friend, will you follow?
In His Amazing Love,
Nita (LaFond) Johnson