Sunday, January 25, 2015

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Good News for The Heathens

          The title is somewhat misleading. What it should say is that a near future event will, at first, be touted as a good thing.  The Christians will be taken out of the world, in what is referred to as the rapture of the church.  What I am, at present, concerned about is that it may be that so few people are taken out the world will not consider it a significant event.  The heathen (among others, atheists, secular humanists, Moslems, Buddhists and the apostate Christian church) will rejoice, because the true Church and the Holy Spirit will no longer be keeping a restraint on the sinners[1]. They will be able to sin to their hearts content, and declare evil as good.

          There are those who will say it was God ridding the earth of those bigoted haters, who said there was only one way to heaven and that the Bible was the word of God.  You know, those horrible, self righteous people who told you that you needed to accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior[2].

          There are also those who will say that it was aliens who removed the people who they thought were bad.  2 Thessalonians 2:11-12 says: "And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness".

         The most dangerous cult is not the one you thought it would be, it is the church which does not believe in the Bible. "But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction."[3]

          The antichrist will rise to power and the heathen will be required to worship him.  So much for religious freedom and atheistic beliefs. 

          As you now can tell, the "Good News For The Heathen" is only temporary. It will last for perhaps three and a half years before it gets worse, but the entire age of it will be seven years.

          In summary for those who are not the Lords, Live life and be happy because it won't last forever. For those who belong to the Lord some of this is just to warn you what to be aware of, until the time comes that the Lord returns for us. He will turn back the unpersuadable, disobedient and incredulous to the wisdom of the upright, as many as will hear Him[4].

          Up and until the moment of your death, the door to salvation will be open to you; however, at that very moment the door will be shut and impregnable. Your choice of accepting salvation must be made in this earthly life. The next phase of  life is determined by that decision. Do not be deceived, you are going to exist forever; somewhere. There are only two locations.  The place where God dwells, and the place where He doesn't.

[1] John 16:8
[2] John 3:3
[3] 2 Peter 2:1
[4] Luke 1:17


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