Godless globalist cartel to target churches and mothers in final drive to impose technocratic beast system

The globalist left are planning to unleash their mobs on Catholic and Evangelical churches nationwide from May 8 through May 14, with Mother’s Day being a particular day of interest on their protest calendar.

This is being done to express anger over an anticipated ruling overturning Roe v. Wade and legalized abortion.

An organization called “Ruth Sent Us” announced on Twitter that it plans to “disrupt” Catholic and Evangelical church services starting on Sunday, Mother’s Day. I would not be surprised if this type of targeted action continues and even escalates throughout the summer and fall leading up to the midterm elections on Nov. 8.

Take a look at the creepy video below they posted on Twitter to announce the activism targeting churches.

This is what progressives do. This is how they act. It’s a calculated effort to rally the liberal, socialist, feminist, LGBTQ troops ahead of an important election that they know they can’t win based on any merits or debate of facts. Instead, they pick an issue and they emotionalize it in the most dramatic way possible, hoping to generate enough distraction and soak up enough emotional energy as to get people’s minds off of how miserable life under the fraudulent Biden regime has become. Because it is miserable right now for both Republicans and Democrats facing soaring inflation and shortages of basic items, rising crime, rising taxes, etc.

These are the tactics which radical progressive Democrats learned from Saul Alinsky in his book, Rules for Radicals. Alinsky dedicated his book to Lucifer and in at least one interview he confided that if given the choice of spending eternity in heaven or hell, “I’d pick hell.”

In waging their never-ending information war against the masses, Alinsky advised his fellow comrades to:

“Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.”

That’s what you can expect to see happen in the churches this Sunday, and perhaps for many Sundays heading into the fall elections.

The target is then whacked mercilessly over the head, figuratively if not literally, with clever words, slogans and dramatized propaganda.

Their words and slogans do not need to make the case for why their position is the right one for society, nor do they need to be consistent with the left’s position on other issues.

“My body my choice,” for instance, can be applied to the non-existent right to murder your baby inside (and even outside) the womb, but that same slogan is nowhere to be found on the issue of the mandated gene-therapy injections masquerading as “vaccines.” Bodily autonomy applies to killing your baby but not to some poor worker whose corporate employer is trying to force him to get injected with an unknown substance that has never been tested for long-term health impacts.

Make no mistake, the idea that it’s the churches that are responsible for the Supreme Court’s movement to the right on the issue of abortion will spread and gain strength in the weeks and months ahead.

Do not be surprised when church people come under attack.

It will start with “disruptions” of worship services and gradually escalate into more vile and potentially violent behavior inside the houses of worship. Many who claim themselves to be Christian will take part in these godless and demonic activities.

That’s because there’s nothing Satan hates more than truth, and whenever possible he will not only counter the truth with a lie but will also take every opportunity to blaspheme the name of the Most High and His houses of worship.

This should serve as a wakeup call to ALL CHURCHES that support the sanctity of life.

Don’t expect to continue being actively pro-life without it costing you something.

They are coming for us. Brace yourselves. And don’t expect the police to be able to save you from what’s coming.

Have a plan for what your church will do when these evil ones arrive inside your halls of worship to cause confusion, mass chaos and possibly even bloodshed. Every revolution requires a counter-revolution. And we are living through a cultural revolution in America. Most Americans just don’t know it yet.

In the absence of a well-planned and well-executed counter-revolution, the United States of America will resemble France during the French Revolution or maybe Germany during the Nazi takeover. These “activists” can be thwarted but they must be dealt with firmly. They are not going to suddenly walk into a church and get saved so why let them in? If they are able to sneak in and start disrupting prayers or worship, they should be ushered out. You don’t let wolves in to eat the sheep. If you think these folks can be converted then try to reach them outside the church, not inside after they enter surreptitiously posing as Christians.

There has already been an uptick in arson, vandalism, etc., against churches in the U.S. and Canada over the last five or six years. Look for that to increase.

Pastors who stand up for truth and righteousness have been persecuted, especially in Canada and other parts of the formerly free world. But that persecution is coming to the U.S. You can see the federal government has been preparing for this crackdown for some time. The recent creation of a “Disinformation Governance Board” within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is just the latest salvo in the coming crackdown on truth tellers.

Also, I would say we should not expect any support from liberal churches or synagogues when this persecution arrives. The same goes for the mosques. They will all stand back and watch as conservative pro-life churches get tortured and torched.

The day of choice to kick off this persecution, Mother’s Day, is not incidental or coincidental.

This sends a message.

What better day for the pro-death communists to target churches than on Mother’s Day? It makes perfect sense and sends the desired message. These satanically inspired mobs have been mobilizing against everything in our society that is good, and motherhood is definitely good for everyone and everything in society. They’ve been working to diminish and destroy fatherhood for decades. Now they are coming for the mothers.

Check out the article below, published April 29 by MSNBC, attacking conservative mothers and trying to whip up hate against them.

The goal of communists everywhere is to destroy families because the family is God-ordained and their hatred is above all against God. They know God-fearing families will never embrace communism so they must destroy the institution of the family.

More generally, this is not only a move against families but to create more lawlessness.

Fox News reports that left-wing activist groups, including the same “Ruth Sent Us” group that is planning to disrupt church services, are planning to send protesters to the homes of conservative Supreme Court justices.

The activists have published the home addresses of Justices Amy Coney Barrett, John Roberts, Samuel Alito, Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch.

The group’s website reads:

“Our 6-3 extremist Supreme Court routinely issues rulings that hurt women, racial minorities, LGBTQ+ and immigrant rights. We must rise up to force accountability using a diversity of tactics.”

Notice how they are using the abortion issue to try to get all of the entire spectrum of traditional Democrat voters stirred up. The only antidote to being a Marxist progressive tool is to stop thinking of yourself as a victim. Then and only then can you be cured of your progressive sickness and stop being a useful idiot to the globalist elites seeking to implement a worldwide beast system.

Police sources told Fox News they have beefed up their presence around the homes of Supreme Court justices following the leak. The group promises to pay visits to the homes of the six justices on May 11.

While police may be able to “beef up their presence” at the Supreme Court building and a few private residences near D.C., there is no way police can provide security for all of the many thousands of churches that are now being threatened by these communist revolutionaries.

One can sense the left is gearing up for another summer of “mostly peaceful protests,” like they did two years ago, when they burned down police precincts and whole sections of major cities. Only this time I believe it will be worse because they won’t just be burning and looting indiscriminately based on an idea that police are racist. This time they will be going after those they see as the ultimate enemy of their religious faith, which is rooted in secularism and the will to power. That enemy is the remnant Christian Church who still holds to a biblical worldview.

Regardless of your denominational background, if you have a biblical worldview, you are seen as the enemy of the state and enemy of the future technocratic global government that is trying to establish itself right now as the dominant force in the world.

The left now has something they’re willing to die for. A transcendent issue. Their precious right to kill their offspring, for any reason or no reason at all.

And now even after a child is born it is not out of the woods. The child’s parents are encouraged to inject the child with a dangerous new technology known as mRNA gene therapy that could kill, harm or sterilize the child.

Things really haven’t changed that much in the last 6,000 years. Pagan religions of old held the same penchant for child sacrifice.

We are heading for a major clash between the forces of good and evil in the spiritual and physical realms. Let’s pray it doesn’t involve a total meltdown and blood flowing in the streets — which seems to be what the globalist technocrats and the Marxist progressives want.

Pray for the safety of the churches and of the Supreme Court justices. Those justices will now, thanks to the leak, have their lives threatened with all manner of malicious evil.

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63 thoughts on “Godless globalist cartel to target churches and mothers in final drive to impose technocratic beast system”

    1. Speaking of choice: It’s the choice of each person to kill a baby or let it live, participate in evil or shun it, serve Big-G GOD or little-g “gods”, do the right thing or do the self-serving thing. I hate to say it, but I’ve become pretty indifferent about hoping for the eternal salvation of each and every individual. Anyone who would go out of their way to hurt an innocent, helpless human being is on their own. Sorry.

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      1. Women and girls whoring around (instead of getting sterilized) are getting abortions on our tax money and probably have low paying jobs overall. Women who don’t want children or have all they want need to seek permanent sterilization, not rocket science. Churches were disrupted over mothers day police arrested no one. Where are the real men today to stand up against this mayhem?

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      2. I could not ignore that, what an absolutely dreadful way of speaking about those who were made in the image of God. And I, perforce, am one of them, although I did not have an abortion, my daughter was adopted, Where were the men? As far as my daughter is concerned her father was busy raping me. Do you not realise how incredibly deceived these women are. For me this was long enough ago for the general tone of the population still being very negative towards abortion so it was easier for me to not sacrifice the most innocent result, however these days, they literally do not know any better. So tell me in what way are you any better than the left-wing overlords who want to eliminate 90% of the world’s population? And, yes, I am angry, on behalf of every woman who has no idea that there are alterenatives to an abortion, who have no idea that there is a way forward, who have no idea that that which they are having destroyed within their wombs is a living human being.

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  1. I left my church September 2021 when I couldn’t take the complicity with evil any longer. I’m looking for a strong church now but in a rural area of a blue state it may be hard. I doubt these groups will be visiting my former church. However this is very disturbing and scary.

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    1. Janet (and others) Home church is the way to go, study Bible subjects online. I use reformed conservative websites like : R.C. Sproul on you tube, and sermon audio.com Oncea month a local group meets for Bible study, meet w/ friends for fellowship. The 501c3 churches are gov. controlled and pastors are globalist gate keepers suppressing info. turning churches into social clubs.

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      1. Good advice Lauraann! I think it was mentioned in the Book Of Acts that Christians fellowshipped in each other’s homes during that time. I doubt they were wanted or welcome in the synagogues. I doubt many if any of the early Christians wanted to bother trying to fellowship with people who were not on the same page with Jesus. I’m of the opinion that in some cases, it may be better to fellowship in a small to midsize church. A small church I once attended before it closed, felt more like a weekly family fellowship. I think it’s a little easier to be better acquainted with fewer church members too. Cheers!

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      2. I wonder if you would be so kind as to not be such an absolutist, you say that “The 501c3 churches are gov. controlled and pastors are globalist gate keepers suppressing info. turning churches into social clubs.” I live stream on of these churches, as I live seven thousand miles away and the pastor and all the congregation have been prepared for the possibility of them losing the 501c3, however, having it does not mean the pastors do not speak out they do, vociferously. It is Calvary Chapel, Chino Hills, California and the senior pastor is Jack Hibbs. He has even consulted with lawyers as to what to do when he is arrested, which he expects and so he is prepared. Again, never, ever be absolutist about anything other than “you must be born-again to enter the Kingdom of Heaven”. I have a feeling too that Jack is not alone in what he is doing but that there are other 501c3 pastors out there who are behaving similarly.
        At the end of the day we are not called to be angry with people but with the one who is motivating them.

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  2. “[Alinsky] confided that if given the choice of spending eternity in heaven or hell, “I’d pick hell.” He did have a choice. Died on June 12, 1972. Now in Hell; awaiting the Great White Throne judgement. Final; eternal location: The Lake of Fire. Wonder what he’d say if he could return? He’d be singing a different tune.

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  3. “[Alinsky] confided that if given the choice of spending eternity in heaven or hell, “I’d pick hell.” He did have a choice. Alinsky died on June 12, 1972. Now in Hell; awaiting the Great White Throne judgement. Final; eternal location: The Lake of Fire. Wonder what he’d say if he could return? He’d be crying a different tune. Probably like Jesus’ parable of the man who wanted someone to “warn his five brothers; not to come to this place of torment.” Abraham answered him: “They have Moses and the prophets. If they will not hear them; neither will they listen–Should one rise from the dead.”

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    1. I wish Alinsky’s worldview had also left with his now-burning soul. Of course, I wish a lot of things!

      *sigh* God will take care of it, but does He *really* have to take SO. BLASTED. LONG? I have never been an especially patient man (or child), but I’m tired of waiting, a tiredness of soul one can’t sleep off. I’m tired of trying, and for what? God’s glory? What’s that? What does it even mean?

      Sure, God’s awesome, wonderful, etc., I know that, I admit that, I HOPE for that or it’s gonna be one “hell” of a disappointment. But God’s glory doesn’t do squat for me IF we’re talking about shininess and star quality, any more than a Hollywood diva’s empty “glory” matters to me, right here, right now. Is it His Holiness, His Attributes? I can’t see anymore, I can’t even be sure I can keep holding on.

      What is God to me RIGHT NOW?

      God’s promises are words. True, sure, but so far just words. You can’t buy anything with an IOU or a promise of a gift. You need delivery, you need the gift itself.

      Oh look, food shortages next. Hmm… yep, earthquakes, famines in various places, mm-hmm, mm-hmm, right on schedule. Persecution from diabolical baby-eating monstrosities? Queued and starting up, more to follow. The Rapture CANNOT happen too soon.

      Bloody hell. When’s Heaven?

      What concerns me most is the Bible’s double-speak. The promises don’t mean what they say at face value like I thought they did (so much for trusting in “The Word” when you have to read between the lines!) My family gives me so much grief in my soul by repeatedly saying I’m not reading enough or praying enough. What do they know? I just moved back home after being on my own for nearly 12.5 years!

      “Refuge and Strength, ever-present help in time of need”, etc. Look elsewhere, God won’t protect us much. “Won’t let us go through more than we can bear” is putting it kindly. For those in investing, God functions more like a put options contract which is basically buying insurance for the stock market. You can still lose, and lose badly, but you won’t lose everything. I can hold my family’s own lives up as examples.

      Greeaat. So I’m guaranteed to go from one frying pan to another but never the fire, and SOMEDAY it’ll all be worth it. Supposedly. I honestly wonder if I’m going to get to heaven and be so shot to pieces I’m even going to care. I’ve lost so much I honestly don’t care to risk any more. Do I have a choice? Probably not. Is it going to hurt? Almost certainly. Am I afraid of it and angry about it? Oh yes.

      Do we deserve better? As sinners, God doesn’t owe us anything, but as His children? What about when we HAVE lost more than we can ever recover from because HE TOLD US TO DO SOMETHING AND WE OBEYED!? Does He care? Jesus is kind of shaking His head in the corner and pointing to the holes in his wrists.

      Everything is worthless and I think I’m screwed. Why am I here, anyway? I kind of feel envy for aborted children, THEY didn’t have to put up with this sanctification crap and got to go immediately to Heaven. You can look up the Biblical concept of the Age of Accountability if you don’t believe that.

      So what is the POINT? A full life isn’t necessary, so sanctification isn’t necessary, so suffering isn’t necessary. What is life to me or many others with chronic pain, failed marriages through no fault of their own, dead children, persecution, rape, murder, the whole nine yards? Are we better off being alive so we can get a “high score” in Heaven with rewards we may or may not give a crap about? Or are the aborted children who lost nothing and gained everything?

      My family’s argument breaks down: if Heaven is so wonderful, why should life be valued if Heaven is only attainable after life ends? If life is so valuable, then, um, HOW is it valuable? I feel like I’ve been a liar my entire existence, trying to pretend that THIS life is something I actually care about.

      The funniest thing of this whole sick mess of abortion is that only God knows how many aborted children ended up in Heaven that would have otherwise ended up in Hell had they lived. Since we can see what kind of people HAVE abortions (speaking in general, as there ARE exceptions like scared teens who made very poor choices), what kind of people would these monstrous individuals have raised?

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      1. I liked your comment because it’s honest.
        It’s okay to feel frightened or sad. Suffering is no fun.
        The important thing is that you continue to follow His lead. Trust Him, even when you can’t see the light at the end.
        He knows our pain and only allows it to bring about greater joy than we could imagine possible.

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      2. Andy says:
        May 9, 2022 at 3:23 pm

        RE: “I’m tired of waiting, a tiredness of soul one can’t sleep off. I’m tired of trying, and for what? God’s glory? What’s that? What does it even mean?”

        LORD Jesus said, “If anyone wants to come after Me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow Me. For whoever wants to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for My sake will save it.… Luke 9:23

        Andy, Perhaps Father Elohim is graciously drawing you to His Son’s cross, upon which He suffered, in your place, the death of your sin-nature’s carnal-minded self-willed life. As you obediently take up your daily cross, upon which Jesus denied Himself of His life and suffered death for you, you will joyfully experience His salvation’s rebirth into His eternal resurrected life!

        I have been crucified with Christ, and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself up for me. Galatians 2:20

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      3. @ John Shaphat

        Hello John. In your comment you say that …
        “The two resurrection days of the Lord’s judgment will come like a thief; at the blessed first resurrection of God’s beloved children of light, and a thousand years later at the second resurrection of the devil’s accursed children of darkness. We children of light hasten the coming of the day of God’s final judgment when the heavens will be destroyed by fire and the elements will melt in the heat. ”

        Here’s my opinion on your comment.
        What you describe is based on a wrong interpretation of what Peter has said in 2nd Peter 3.
        So here’s my understanding
        “Thief” as mentioned by Peter is referring to the rapture event which happens after the great tribulation. This is one and the same with the rapture as described by Jesus in Mat 24 and by Paul in 1st Thessalonians 4. and 2nd Thessalonians 2. So “thief” in these chapters is referring to one and the same event.
        If you read all of Peter’s statement you will see in it where he says
        10 “But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up.
        11Seeing then that all these things shall be dissolved, what manner of persons ought ye to be in all holy conversation and godliness,
        12Looking for and hasting unto the coming of the day of God, wherein the heavens being on fire shall be dissolved, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat?
        13Nevertheless we, according to his promise, look for new heavens and a new earth, wherein dwelleth righteousness.
        14Wherefore, beloved, seeing that ye look for such things, be diligent that ye may be found of him in peace, without spot, and blameless.”

        Peter cautions the brethren to be diligent that they may be found by Christ, in peace, without spot, and blameless.”
        This is obviously not referring to an event after the rapture because after the rapture the brethren will have glorified bodies and such cautions will not be necessary because they will be sinless. As I’ve previously said, when we see Him we shall become like him.

        Peter’s caution is about making sure that we are prepared for Jesus when He comes at the rapture so that we can stand before Him on that day.

        Can you see what happens when you develop a misguided notion based on your reading of ‘Revelation’. You have ended up misinterpreting Peter’s message in order to support your false notion. Once you do that your understanding becomes blurred and you are no longer reading the bible with a clear focus.
        So many Christians are doing that. So what I’m saying to Christians is to interpret what they read about eschatology in the light of the clear teachings of Jesus and the apostles. Christians need to slow down and read the bible properly and stop snatching a verse here and a verse there in, a la carte mode.

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  4. Unfortunately not everyone will get saved. We can hope and pray for those we know and hear of. The ball is in their court in that manner. Their eternal destiny depends on whether they accept or reject God’s salvation available through Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross of Calvary. Peter tells us in 2 Peter 3:9 that God is long suffering, not willing that any should perish; but that all should come to repentance. We can see in Revelation Chapter 20 what happens to those who don’t.

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  5. Until recently I lived near Ferguson, MO during the unrest there. In the days leading up to the riots (awaiting the verdict on the police officer who shot Michael Brown), everyone noticed that police in the entire metro area (of which Ferguson was only a suburb) were NOT preparing to protect communities or businesses anywhere. Instead they fortified the government buildings only. Everyone quickly got the message that they were on their own so the entire metro area got armed, even little old ladies who had never handled a gun before. Same thing happened again 4 years later after another police officer trial ended in acquittal that enraged a mob. The police again only defended government buildings while businesses were trashed. A couple of years later, some Muslim radicals stormed the local art museum to destroy a magnificent outdoor statue of the crusader St Louis. The police dragged their feet in response and at last sent a few officers to repel a mob of 200. It was really left to a dozen brave Catholics and young priests to face the mob (and miraculously the statue was preserved). These brave souls endured terrible abuse and insult. One old man was beaten up while the police stood by and did nothing. That should have told the Catholic community something of what to expect from the government and that area is very Catholic. So here are 3 examples in just one metro area where the police wouldn’t defend the community or anything of value to the community from radical mob action. So don’t expect the police to defend churches from rioters on Mother’s Day, especially in blue cities. Post some strong men at the doors and pray.

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  6. Feel free to visit chuckbaldwinlive.com to see if you can find a “real” church near your area. I think Chuck refers to these churches as the black regiment churches. Chuck has some good teaching on his site and YouTube too. The late David Wilkerson at Times Square Church in NYC was an awesome pastor. He has some powerful videos on YouTube. Perry Stone is another good teacher too with videos on YouTube too. Victory Christian Center located in Charlotte, NC is another good church where sound doctrine is taught. They have videos on their site too. There are many more good pastors and teachers alive with or without YouTube channels. You may have to drive way out of the way to find a biblically sound church. Seek and ye shall find.

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    1. I would add World Challenge to your list. It is an outgrowth of Teen Challenge. I receive their daily devotional which is usually by David Wilkerson and sometimes Gary Wilkerson or another good pastor.

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  7. There may be some folks who may not agree with me and that’s ok. But there is no doubt in my mind that the latter day Christians are not in one accord or united with Jesus, or each other in spirit and in truth as the faithful members of the Body Of Christ were as described in The Book Of Acts. And that is our number one problem I believe. So until when or if we get it together with God as individuals through biblical faith and obedience. I believe we will continue to deal with strife and divisions amongst ourselves, our families and most certainly with those who reject Christ, His teachings and His will.

    I am by no means implying that there wouldn’t be any persecutions, adversities or troubles if most or all modern day Christians lived according to biblical standards. However, I believe that we would certainly have more victories in Christ in our personal lives and in the world. I believe also that Christians who obey God are more of an inspiration for people to cone to Jesus than a carnally minded Christian ever will be. Paul mentioned in 1 Timothy 4:16 about walking in sound doctrine that would save one’s self and those that hear thee.

    About the craziness and the planned violence in the churches. I think it’s gonna take some fervent prayers, divine protection, military style defense as well as repentance in the churches amongst the members to keep the evil from causing chaos or harm in the houses of God that are still standing.

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    1. I second this, Anne. Chuck Baldwin is a real blessing and a beacon of truth in this world that is so starved for it. Years ago I began to tune out the Lutheran congregation I’d been a part of for over 40 years, dismayed over it’s refusal to even discuss, let alone apply, Biblical teaching to current events. I’d gained a real thirst for that, thinking it should be a fundamental purpose, but I soon learned that’s simply not something you’ll ever get under 501c3. So I searched for a non 501c3 alternative locally but came up empty. I’d been acquainted with Chuck through his columns as a flagship contributor at NewsWithViews. When they sandbagged him and he abruptly left, and then wrote a column detailing why he left, I had to learn more about this guy because by those actions he demonstrated he was different, and walking away from that position had to have cost him considerably. That’s when I found his website and his non-501c3 LibertyFellowship in Kalispell, MT. I’ve been a regular remote “congregant” ever since, and it has truly been life and worldview changing. I pray for his safety often, just like I do for Leo and many others who are boldly proclaiming truth.

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      1. Praise God Scotty. I first learned of Chuck Baldwin when he was on the presidential ballot in my state in 08. Don’t recall seeing his name on the primary ballot, but on the general ballot and voted for him. He is the only presidential candidate I believe would have governed with honor and dignity in these 30 past years. Once the 08 presidential selection was over. I found Chuck through online searches. I wanted to keep up with him and shared his whereabouts with another interested party.

        I say never mind if people don’t agree with or believe everything as we do. The important thing to me is that God knows the thoughts and the intents of the heart, and He is guiding and blessing those who seek Him. I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t have it all figured out or have it altogether. I know for sure that I haven’t arrived to perfection till this mortal puts on immortality. No doubt here that when a heart and a life is pleasing to God. He will bless you and others through you from where you are at at the moment. There’s always room for improvement with everyone I believe.

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  8. I have often imagined what my personal reaction would be if something like this were to happen during a church service where I attend. I like to think I would keep repeating out loud “In the Name and Blood of Jesus Christ the Lord Rebuke you satan”. There is power in His Blood and in His Name.

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  9. The ironic thing is the behavior of the Left is driving more away. Many are losing their atheism as the devil removes his mask. Pray that the Church will do her job. As the world plunges into chaos people will crave sanity and love.

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  10. This article needs to be spread far and wide. I hope Whatfinger and Gateway Pundit link to it. This is the playbook. Fully exposed. These people may get more than they bargained for however. This is no longer government buildings or downtown commerce areas.

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  11. Walk-in Love! God is love!
    “There is no fear in love: perfect love drives out fear. So then, love has not been made perfect in anyone who is afraid, because fear has to do with punishment.”
    1 Jonh 4:18

    May the Lord wake up more people, bless them and keep them strong!
    I pray for all of us, for unity and strength. Blessings! 🙏💜

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    1. Emi,

      At first your comment kind of smelled like rainbows and unicorns, but I kept thinking on it and I think your cited verse is really good.

      I myself and many people I have met serve God not from love but fear of Hell. What else can we do? I do not feel joy and never have experienced it in any long-term fashion. Anything I have felt was more akin to what I’ve read about euphoria or manic episodes. I can’t tell, as I’ve only possibly felt joy about 4 times in my life.

      “No mind has seen or ear has heard” Heaven, so what are we looking forward to? I dunno. Having suffered second degree burns on my head, neck, and shoulders, though, and not sleeping for 120 hours straight through from pain lets me easily conceive burning forever. My flesh turned into pus-filled bubble-wrap, and there is absolutely nothing like hearing your own skin make wet popping noises as you run your hand over it, much less feel it with not only your hands, but your SELF.

      How do I have a relationship with Someone who doesn’t talk back? Am I “hearing” Him or myself when praying and reading the Bible?

      From premarital counseling we were told that the MOST important requirement for ANY relationship is communication. How am I supposed to communicate with Someone who doesn’t speak aloud, is unintelligble in other forms of communication, and completely silent 95% of the time anyway? I pray for up to 10 hours straight and read the Bible and theological sources and listen to the radio and so forth ad nauseam, but when does it pay off?

      I do sometimes think God is speaking a different language based on euphemisms. Like ““Honor your father and mother (this is the first commandment with a promise), that it may go well with you and that you may live long in the land.””

      “Go well with you” => “It’s not as blanking awful as it COULD be, y’know!”

      “Live long in the land” => “So you can be stuck in hell on earth and will be denied Heaven’s undefined pleasures for as long as possible.”

      If Heaven’s so great, why are we concerned about living? I have always wondered that. The only reasons I’m alive are:

      1. My mom said it would kill her if I died and I don’t want to make anyone suffer who has been kind to me.
      2. There is no marriage in Heaven, so I will lose all possibility of a good, non-abusive relationship with a woman who loves me if I die (though there may not be a possibility of that ANYWAY).
      2. Death is instantaneous, but dying (the process leading up to death itself) is generally painful.
      3. God commanded we endure to the end. Does this mean people don’t attain Heaven if they “speed things along”?

      Still, it does also say whoever loses his life for Jesus’ sake will find it. I think that’s just another euphemism, though, for giving up everything and being miserable all your life, then dying painfully and it pleases Jesus. I want out of here post-haste, but the pain and suffering aspect still makes me incredibly queasy. There aren’t really any alternatives, though, are there? Pleasurable lives mean it’s like a camel getting through a needle-eye for us to get to Heaven, we can’t end things early and get to the good stuff (Heaven), so we wallow in misery.

      Sum total: I thought I knew God, but then He sent me to do something and it caused me so much grief and pain that I am questioning EVERYTHING I thought I knew about Him. I don’t know if I can trust Him at all, because I did and He didn’t have my back. In a crude way it’s like a car insurance policy where you get in a wreck but think “well, it’ll be fine, I’m covered”. Well, you THOUGHT it was an umbrella policy, but it turns out the contract’s promise wasn’t a promise but a lot of lawyer double-speak, so it STRONGLY IMPLIES an umbrella policy but is actually not legally binding on the insurance company. “You just didn’t read it right”, they say!

      That’s what I think about God. I have staked 36 years of my life on Him, and as Peter observed “Lord, to whom else could we go?”

      But I am bitterly disappointed in God and He is foul to me. I want a good relationship with Him again, but I can’t trust Him and I can’t communicate with Him to find out what I can trust Him FOR! I don’t have much of anything left that I value, and I don’t want to try anymore. I’ve already bought and paid for so much yet still have not – no more!

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  12. Leo, you make many good points in your article, and you certainly alert us to the reality of what is happening.
    Your writing exhibits a deep anger and frustration, and the emotional use of language continually reminds me on a CNN article, which employs the same use of emotion in the language to drive an emotional response from the reader.
    If you are writing to fellow Believers, then your duty is to exhort, edify and encourage, no matter the topic at hand.
    I come away from reading your article feeling anger and wanting to get a pitchfork and join a marauding mob.
    We are to be watchmen, and we are to be as wise as serpents and harmless as doves.
    As Paul says in Corinthians: “We are hard-pressed on every side, yet not crushed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed.”
    We are to pray for our enemies, and we are to be humble and walk in love, reflecting our Lord Jesus at every opportunity.
    Bless you as you continue your good fight!
    -Brett

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    1. Brett,

      There’s a difference between being emotional or trying to elicit an emotional response from others, versus being passionate about a subject and trying to wake people up. Personally, I’ll take passion and conviction (which really is the exhortation you referred to) anytime over other styles of communicating life or death issues, whether these issues are temporal or spiritual. This is why I look forward to Leo’s articles. No mamby-pamby handwringing, gosh-what-are-we-going-to-do stuff here, but plenty of passion and a call to action. Jesus didn’t have very nice things to say about those who are lukewarm. People need to get informed, get off the fence, gird up, get passionate, and get in the fight. That’s the message I get from these articles.

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  13. Just unbelievable… sickening stuff… Your articles are great half of these agendas….I wouldn’t find out half of what’s going on, if it wasn’t for your articles/emails! So thank you and keep up the good work.

    ln HIS service Fredericka Allen ✝️✡️🇮🇱🇺🇲❤️🕊️💜🦋  Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android

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  14. In the light of what you have written Leo, I am sure that many of us who still have a Biblical Worldview are thanking God they have been unable to find a gathering of like-minded believers, as it would seem, according to your blog above, all hell is about to break out and there is nobody to rescue us.

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    1. Julia, I know where I am going if I am indeed required to face the ultimate persecution, which is a martyr’s death. Jesus is my rescuer and heaven is my escape. If He chooses not to rescue my flesh He will certainly rescue my soul! The Bible tells us not to fear that which can kill the flesh but only that which can kill the soul. It is my faith in that good word which inspires me to be fearless in the midst of persecution, which is going to get worse in my opinion. Matthew 24 seems to be warning us if three things in the end times – apostasy, great deceptions, and persecution of the believers. But Revelation promises us that those who endure to the end will inherit a great prize in heaven. Hallelujah!

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      1. A question, Leo, if as you assert, the rapture will not happen till the end of the Tribulation; and if at the end, as we are told in the book of Revelation there will be a separation of believers and unbelievers and those who are believers will be given their immortal bodies and those who are not are sent to hell; and bearing in mind there is no giving in marriage in heaven – in other words those of us who are believers with immortal bodies will not be procreating – who will be left to repopulate the earth during theMillennium. (Of course I am accepting here that all those who died ‘in Christ’ will be given immortal bodies too.)
        Personally I have sufficient faith in the Lord that if I am wrong about the pre-tribulation rapture I know He will give me ALL I need to withstand that which is coming my way, as He will do for all but that seems to be rarely mentioned on this blog. I do have the added advantage, of course, of being ancient so it could even be moot because I will die instead and be with Jesus instantly without any rapture needed, except when He gives those who have died ‘in Him’ their new bodies!

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      2. Amen Julia. Yes, we may all have a slightly different take on things that are related to end times events such as exactly how the millennial kingdom will be populated — I frankly have no idea but trust God has such things well under control.

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      3. So you have no idea? And yet that has not stopped you putting down those who believe that Jesus takes His Bride home before the Tribulation. I am disappointed I actually expected more from you, after all you are so very, very sure ‘we’ are going to go through the Tribulation but cannot answer what truly is a very simple question.

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      4. Nope. I have no idea about how the millennial kingdom will function or operate and I won’t pretend to know. All I know is what I spelled out from Matthew 24 and Revelation.

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    2. That’s a strange statement you made: “I am sure that many of us who still have a Biblical Worldview are thanking God they have been unable to find a gathering of like-minded believers…” Thanking God for not being able to find a church of fellow believers? How is that Biblical? Hebrews 10:25 –“Not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.” And the Day seems to be drawing near.

      Leo’s job in writing his article is this: Ezekial 33:6—“But if the watchman see the sword come, and blow not the trumpet, and the people be not warned; if the sword come, and take any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at the watchman’s hand.” Just like the Old Testament prophets who warned their people of the dangers they face for trusting in this world and its leaders instead of God. But many, many people are asleep to the dangers.

      As you said, “all hell is about to break loose…” Yes, indeed. But you assume that Leo and others here discussing the signs of the times figures that there is “no one to rescue us”. Did the early Christian martyrs under Nero, Diocletian and other pagan authorities see that all hell was about to break loose upon them? Yes, they did, but they faced it with faith that, no matter what, the Lord would deliver their souls and resurrect their bodies. And it is been this way for 2000 years through all kinds of terrible persecutions. But faith increased during those times.

      Daniel chapter 3 should be our attitude and our model of behavior in the worse times to come: “Nebuchadnezzar said to them, “Is it true, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, that you do not serve my gods or worship the image of gold I have set up? Now when you hear the sound of the horn, flute, zither, lyre, harp, pipe and all kinds of music, if you are ready to fall down and worship the image I made, very good. But if you do not worship it, you will be thrown immediately into a blazing furnace. Then what god will be able to rescue you from my hand?” Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego replied to him, “King Nebuchadnezzar, we do not need to defend ourselves before you in this matter. If we are thrown into the blazing furnace, the God we serve is able to deliver us from it, and he will deliver us from Your Majesty’s hand. But even if he does not, we want you to know, Your Majesty, that we will not serve your gods or worship the image of gold you have set up.”

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      1. If you are going to use the Word of God to attack somebody the least you can do is quote it in context. Secondly I would not be at all surprised if, yet again, we are divided by the same language because I find you Americans have enormous difficulty coping with English irony, cynicism and sarcasm. I am certainly not going to continue this conversation because I find it despicable when people use God’s Words like weapons and I want no part in it.

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      2. PS Something I forgot to add, as I ‘recall’ haven’t the vast majority of churches only just now started to open up after being closed for two years or used as vaccination centres thereby ‘earning’ some money? What would you have said to those people then, hmm? They were not allowed in the churches. Thanks be to God there was one church I found on the net where the whole counsel of God is taught, including eschatology and soteriology, and was only closed for a few weeks when Trump asked for a few more days. The church I ‘attend’ albeit through live-streaming opened up on 31st MAY 2020 and has never closed, in fact it has grown exponentially as those poor souls who had been shut out of their own churches went to my church instead and, amazingly some heard the gospel for the very first time and were saved! I have never refused to ‘go to church’ I just refuse to attend a ‘church’ where the truth is not preached which, more or less these days, negates at least 95% of churches in the western world.

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      3. leohohmann:
        May 7, 2022 at 3:41 pm

        God explains in Zechariah 14 how the millennial kingdom will be populated—

        Then all the survivors from the nations that came against Jerusalem will go up year after year to worship the King, the LORD of Hosts, and to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles. And should any of the families of the earth not go up to Jerusalem to worship the King, the LORD of Hosts, then the rain will not fall on them.… Zechariah 14:16

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    3. That’s fine, Julia–whatever. I will say this. The Bible quotes I used in my comment to you were not being used as weapons against you personally, but to challenge what seemed a strange statement which did not read like “English irony, cynicism or sarcasm” (so far beyond the coping skills of Americans, as you say)–but rather what’s often said by some evangelicals who habitually stay at home alone with their Bibles on a Sunday — until you explained your regrettable lockdown situation in your later PS comment. My apologies (for this only) for not knowing your particular situation. As for the rest of what I said, I did not quote the Bible incorrectly or weaponize the verses against you or anyone. I had addressed the rest of your comment the way I did because you seemed to allude to the tenor of this article with its bad news and the comments that followed as being of a hopeless nature, and your words “nobody to rescue us” made “ironic” criticism of that. You had made much more direct criticism of this before in your comments on earlier articles on this blog and knowing something of your beliefs, that provoked my challenge of what you said here. Take it or leave it.

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      1. Yep. I was pretty disturbed by all the evangelicals who not only bragged about their choice to not go to church for 100 weeks in a row but got very loud in condemning those of us who wanted to obey Christ.
        “The Church is not a building.” No. The church is the people assembling together.
        The ease with which tyrants like Trudeau, Newsom, and Cuomo stopped Christians would have made Caligula green with envy.
        But muh health…But muh granny’s health…
        Meeting for church in ancient Rome during the persecutions could get you burned alive. It could get your granny eaten by lions. Neither is good for your health.

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    1. My goodness me you have no idea how many tears I have shed over the fact that there is not one English-speaking Bible-believing church on the whole of this island which teaches the whole counsel of God including soteriology and eschatology. We have been searching for over ten years the 9,251 square kilometers (3,572 square miles approximately )of this island to no avail. But are hearts are not downcast now because we have been introduced to a Christian family who appear to sing from the same hymn sheet and we will be meeting them soon. By the way I tried for years to learn Greek bu I was in my late 60s when I started and I found it impossible to learn beyond simple sentences. I have many friends who would be classed as evangelical who were heartbroken when their places of worship were closed. I have not encountered one evangelical whom you say bragged about their choice of not going to Sunday services. In fact I question that, I cannot believe that any born-again, bible-believing, Spirit-filled Christian would BRAG about not attending regular meetings. It has been a heartbreak for so many but, thank God, some were able to find somewhere to worship Almighty God.

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  15. Thank you for making your posts available by email. Thank you that I can read your conservative and scripture supporting point of view. Brenda

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  16. This is disgusting. No one has the right to disrupt religious services. The Russian punk-rock/feminist protest group Pussy Riot tried that in a Moscow cathedral in 2012 to protest Putin’s policies and it landed them in jail, rightfully so. Any pro-abortion protestors who disrupt church gatherings should likewise be promptly arrested and thrown in jail. Imagine the massive outcry if some dissident group barged into Jewish synagogues or Muslim mosques in the USA to protest some specific policy. You’re right, the Catholic and Christian churches should expect no help from the latter two groups.

    The wokeist morons and feminists (but I repeat myself) did nothing to uphold “my body, my choice” when the fake pandemic mandated toxic, harmful, often lethal “vaccines” for an alleged virus that’s less dangerous than the seasonal flu according to the government’s own data. They did nothing to protest the invasive, damaging nasal-rape with the fraudulent, highly inaccurate PCR test OR the cruel, disease-causing face-diapers on their own children 8 hours a day OR the injection of children with the kill-shots which is creating a whole new generation of kids with myocarditis, pericarditis, micro-blood-clots and God knows what else.

    You wrote “This time they [pro-choice agitators] will be going after those they see as the ultimate enemy of their religious faith…” You nailed it—their Wokeism/Covidian Cult mindset IS a religious faith, the semi-official State Religion of new-normal Amerika, jabbed, boosted, dumbed-down, and heavily censored. I do hope all the churches across the US follow your advice and get prepared with an action plan to repel and hopefully arrest the intruders/disruptors. I don’t have a biblical worldview, just an independent worldview, but this stinks to high hell.

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  17. @ Julia Pomeroy May 7, 2022 at 3:36 pm

    Hello Julia having read your question to Leo I gave it some thought. So here is my understanding which I hope you will find helpful. It’s important that you read ALL of the comment so that you see everything in context.

    Are you sitting comfortably ? Then I’ll begin..

    In Mathew 24 the disciples ask what will be the sign of Jesus coming and of the end of the age/world. Jesus answers the question very clearly and says that he will return immediately after the great tribulation with his angels with power and great glory whereupon he will, with a great sound of a trumpet, send his angels to gather his elect.

    In Mathew 25 Jesus continues with his answer. He speaks about those who are prepared through being diligent to be found dutiful to and obedient to the will of god and carrying out their duties as they ought. These dutiful believers are not found wanting and are not caught unprepared when Jesus returns unlike those who are disobedient and are therefore not ready or prepared for the the coming of Jesus. When Jesus arrives it is then too late for them as pointed out in the story of the ten virgins.

    But very importantly Jesus continues his narrative and points out that the great judgement will happen at the same time that he returns with his angels.

    “30And then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in heaven: and then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with power and great glory.
    31When the Son of man shall come in his glory, and all the holy angels with him, then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory:
    32And before him shall be gathered all nations: and he shall separate them one from another, as a shepherd divideth his sheep from the goats:
    33And he shall set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on the left.”

    The word ” then” in verses 30 and 31 is a translation of the Greek word τότε tote {tot’-eh} which means :-
    1) then
    2) at that time

    So the separation of God’s elect from the unbelievers happens when Jesus comes with his angels in great power and glory which happens immediately after the great tribulation.

    The great judgement where Jesus will be seated in his throne judging the nations will actually commence AT THAT TIME.

    In verse 30 Jesus says that the tribes of the earth will mourn. The reason they will mourn is because it is judgement time when Christ will judge the nations. There is no thousand year delay mentioned by Jesus Christ. Sodom and Gomorrah were judged on the very same day that Lot was removed the city and se0arated from the unbelievers.

    I believe that this is supported by Peter in his second letter when he says
    “10But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up.
    11Seeing then that all these things shall be dissolved, what manner of persons ought ye to be in all holy conversation and godliness,
    12Looking for and hasting unto the coming of the day of God, wherein the heavens being on fire shall be dissolved, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat?
    13Nevertheless we, according to his promise, look for new heavens and a new earth, wherein dwelleth righteousness.
    14Wherefore, beloved, seeing that ye look for such things, be diligent that ye may be found of him in peace, without spot, and blameless.”

    Peter mentions the need to be spiritually prepared which echoes Christ’s instructions in Mat 25 where Jesus gives examples of those who are spiritually prepared and their reward compared to those who are not spiritually prepared. For example the story of the ten virgins.

    But look at what happens to the heavens and the earth. The heavens will actually be dissolved and the earth will be burned up.

    I cannot see how Jesus in all his glory accompanied by his glorified saints would inhabit an earth which has been burned up ?

    So I don’t see the possibility of a millennium reign happening on this earth after Christ’s glorious return. Neither does Peter, in my view. Because Peter makes no mention of a millennium reign happening on this earth after Christ’s return.

    Instead Peter is looking for “new heavens and a new earth ” and he expects us to do likewise.

    2nd Peter 3:13 “Nevertheless we, according to his promise, look for new heavens and a new earth, wherein dwelleth righteousness.”

    Peter reiterates that we should be looking for a new heavens and a new earth in the following verse :-
    14 “Wherefore, beloved, seeing that ye look for such things, be diligent that ye may be found of him in peace, without spot, and blameless.”

    So I personally am NOT looking for a millennium reign on this earth after Christ’s glorious return as espoused by so many Christians based on their interpretation of ‘Revelation’ which is a book with so much symbolism and which doesn’t always follow clear chronological sequences.

    So there it is. That’s just my opinion which is based on the teachings of Christ and his apostles.

    I think the best way to interpret the bible is to study what is unclear in the light of those passages which are clear. We cant build doctrine on passages that are not clear.

    Many differing opinions have been espoused by Christians and others based on their interpretation of ‘Revelation’ This is causing much confusion for God’s people.

    So I think that we should only build doctrine on what is clearly taught by Jesus and his apostles.

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    1. So you would abandon the Old Testament completely then? So sad. By the way that which Jesus tells His disciples in Matthew 24 is all to do with how the Tribulation will affect their nation, do not forget the ‘church’ did not exist at that time. If we were only meant to have the New testament it would have been horrendously difficult for the newly birthed church at Pentecost as there was no New Testament, just odd letters filtering through, this is why Paul encouraged Timothy to preach in season and out of season – preach with what? With the Old Testament of course where it is full of prophetic allusions to the Messiah to come and Who had come.
      As for me and my house we interpret the Word of God with the Word of God – there is so much God has to say to us not just via Jesus and the Apostles but through the Books of the Law, the Psalms, Proverbs, the history of the Jewish people, the prophets and the minor prophets – if we dump those then our interpretation will become severely skewed.
      Personally I find it absolutely miraculous how God has ensured that His Word will never disappear despite the many, many attempts to destroy it – we still have it, hallelujah.

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      1. @ Julia Pomeroy May 9, 2022 at 7:11 pm

        Hello Julia. No of course I’m not saying that we should abandon the old testament. I was speaking in the context of the clear teaching by Jesus and the apostles in relation to the second coming/rapture as compared to ‘Revelation’ which is so full of symbolism and so often misinterpreted.

        I am currently reading through the old testament and there is a wealth of information for us to draw on. So I agree with you about the importance of the old testament scriptures.

        With regard to your comment on Mat 24, let me offer you my understanding based on the scriptures.

        Mathew 24 is addressed to the elect. The elect is the assembly of God’s people which includes the Christian church.

        When we read Mat 24 and 25 we see that Jesus is speaking to his disciples who are believers in Christ and who are among the ELECT of God. Jesus predicts what will happen in the near future and continues His narrative expounding on what will happen right up to the end of the age.

        Jesus goes on to say :-

        9 “Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name’s sake.”

        This is obviously addressed to Christians of all nations who are among the elect of God. It’s only Christians who will be hated for Jesus’ name’s sake.

        Jesus goes on to mention the ‘elect’ in the following verses.

        22And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect’s sake those days shall be shortened.
        24For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.

        31And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other.

        So we see that Jesus is addressing the ‘elect’ who believe in Him this includes Jews who become believers in Jesus Christ just as the apostles did. The apostles were Jewish Christians.

        The elect are God’s chosen which includes those who are dead in Christ and those who are alive in Christ. If you read Mark 13:20 You will see that the elect are those whom God has chosen.
        If you read Ephesians 1:4 you will see that we, the church are the chosen ones.

        “According as he hath chosen us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before him in love:”

        Peter leaves us in no doubt that the Elect are those in Christ when he addresses the Christian church as ” Elect ”

        1 Peter 1:2
        “Elect according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, through sanctification of the Spirit, unto obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ: Grace unto you, and peace, be multiplied.”

        Only those in Christ are taken up to be with Jesus at His coming Therefore the ELECT who are taken up in Mat 24 and Mark 13 are the church.

        So your belief that Mat 24 is addressing the Jewish nation and not the church is not based on what Mat 24 actually says.

        The word church simply means ‘assembly’ and in a biblical context it is referring to an assembly of God’s people.
        Even in the old testament the word ‘assembly’ is used when referring to God’s people. I might post a study on that in a separate post.

        I hope that you find this comment helpful.

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    2. Anthony William:
      May 9, 2022 at 10:36 am

      Hello Anthony, Your opinionated ‘Revelation’ interpretation to Julia, explaining Messiah’s glorious return to wed His Bride at the blessed first resurrection, is thought-provoking. When LORD Jesus and his Bride celebrate their wedding feast together in the heavenly New Jerusalem, I considered the ‘left behind’ foolish virgins described in Zechariah 14:16. So here is my question—what causes the foolish virgins within the Marxist Beast’s Socialistically Secured (501c3) Laodicean Ecclesia, NOT to joyfully look for the promised coming of Messiah’s marital millennial reign from His heavenly New Jerusalem throne? A thousand years after the Day of God’s judgment at the first resurrection, Satan will be released from his prison and will go out to once again deceive the nations in the four corners of the earth.

      I hope, like the noble Bereans, Messiah’s Spirit of Truth rewards your diligent biblical search with His ‘Revelation’. Armageddon’s Marxist Beast and False Prophet are destroyed, in the lake of fire, at the first resurrection when LORD Messiah returns for His Bride. The LORD Bridegroom comes to celebrate His marriage feast by ‘rapturing’ the wise virgins of His Bride into the heavenly New Jerusalem. For a thousand years Messiah and His holy Bride will corule over the earthly Jerusalem and ‘left behind’ foolish virgins —Then all the (Armageddon) survivors from the nations that came against Jerusalem will go up year after year to worship the King, the LORD of Hosts, and to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles. And should any of the families of the earth not go up to Jerusalem to worship the King, the LORD of Hosts, then the rain will not fall on them.… Zechariah 14:16

      The two resurrection days of the Lord’s judgment will come like a thief; at the blessed first resurrection of God’s beloved children of light, and a thousand years later at the second resurrection of the devil’s accursed children of darkness. We children of light hasten the coming of the day of God’s final judgment when the heavens will be destroyed by fire and the elements will melt in the heat. And when the devil is thrown into the fiery lake of burning sulfur where the beast and the false prophet had already been thrown alive, a thousand years earlier. There they will be tormented day and night forever and ever. But in keeping with God’s promise, we are looking forward to a new heaven and a new earth, where righteousness dwells. 2 Peter 3:6-13

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      1. Hello John Thanks for your reply.
        As Christians we have the right to test the veracity of what we are told whether by mouth or letter. To do this we compare scripture with scripture as Julia tightly said.

        The point I am making is that as much as I and many other Christians consider the notion of a thousand year millennium happening after the glorious return of Jesus Christ, it just doesn’t fit.
        Prophetic language which uses symbolism can easily by misinterpreted. Take for example
        where it says :-
        “Every valley shall be filled, and every mountain and hill shall be brought low; and the crooked shall be made straight, and the rough ways shall be made smooth;”

        What would the reader understand this to mean ? Should it be interpreted to mean that there will be huge seismic activity ?
        The answer is surprisingly NO! It’s a reference to the first coming of the Lord Jesus and is using symbolism to describe what Jesus would achieve for his people.

        Here it is in it’s proper context as mentioned in Luke’s gospel.

        4 “As it is written in the book of the words of Esaias the prophet, saying, The voice of one crying in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his paths straight.
        5Every valley shall be filled, and every mountain and hill shall be brought low; and the crooked shall be made straight, and the rough ways shall be made smooth;” (Luke 3:4-5)

        So we see that symbolic language used in prophecy isn’t always obvious and is therefore subject to misinterpretation by many who try to GUESS the interpretation of what they are reading.

        So when I read ‘Revelation’ I don’t pretend to know what is meant by much of the symbolic language being used. Instead I look to those scriptures which are clear and easy to understand.
        In the case of the second coming of Jesus Christ / the rapture, there is so much detail given by Jesus and His apostles that I see no need for guess work. If the understanding of ‘Revelation’ professed by many Christians doesn’t agree with what has been clearly explained in the gospels and letters of the apostles then that understanding is wrong.
        I don’t understand much of what is written in the ‘Revelation’ I therefore cannot form a doctrine based on what I do not understand.
        The day of the Lord and the rapture are one and the same event as I’ve clearly shown in my reply to Julia in which I refer to Mathew 24 and 25.
        The rapture is the separation of the wheat from the tares The great judgement is describing the fate of the believers and unbelievers. Again Jesus clearly explained that the separation of the wheat and the tares would be at the end of the age/world.
        Jesus describes this in a parable in Mat 13.

        Here is the meaning of the parable/prophecy as described by Jesus :-
        38 “The field is the world; the good seed are the children of the kingdom; but the tares are the children of the wicked one;
        39The enemy that sowed them is the devil; the harvest is the end of the world; and the reapers are the angels.
        40As therefore the tares are gathered and burned in the fire; so shall it be in the end of this world.
        41The Son of man shall send forth his angels, and they shall gather out of his kingdom all things that offend, and them which do iniquity;
        42And shall cast them into a furnace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth.
        43Then shall the righteous shine forth as the sun in the kingdom of their Father. Who hath ears to hear, let him hear.”

        This is the rapture and the judgement which happens at the end of the world/age as described in Mat 24 and 25.

        43 “Then shall the righteous shine forth as the sun in the kingdom of their Father. ”
        This happens at the rapture at the end of the world/age when we are given our glorified bodies. When we see him we shall become like him. We shall be changed in the twinkling of an eye.

        It’s interesting to note that parable couldn’t be understood until Jesus explained it to those whom he chose to give understanding. So those who didn’t have the prophecy explained to them could only guess about the meaning of the parable. That’s what people are doing with much of what is written in ‘Revelation’. They are guessing and jumping to conclusions without regard for the clear teaching of Jesus and the apostles.
        The old testament prophecies regarding Christ’s return must also be interpreted in the light of what is clearly taught by Jesus and His apostles.

        So to conclude, I think that people are either misinterpreting much of what is written in Revelation or else ‘Revelation’ is not authentic. Any teaching which doesn’t comply with the clear teaching of Jesus and His apostles must be put to question.

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      2. Hello John. You say that …..
        “The two resurrection days of the Lord’s judgment will come like a thief; at the blessed first resurrection of God’s beloved children of light, and a thousand years later at the second resurrection of the devil’s accursed children of darkness. We children of light hasten the coming of the day of God’s final judgment when the heavens will be destroyed by fire and the elements will melt in the heat. ”
        Your opinion is based on a wrong interpretation of 2nd Peter 3

        So here’s my understanding
        “Thief” as mentioned by Peter is referring to the day of the Lord which is when the rapture event will happen after the great tribulation. This is one and the same event as with the rapture as described by Jesus in Mat 24 and by Paul in 1st Thessalonians 4. and 2nd Thessalonians 2.

        So in these chapters the word “thief” is used in the context of Christ’s coming / the rapture.
        If you read all of Peter’s statement you will see in it where he says
        10 “But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up.
        11Seeing then that all these things shall be dissolved, what manner of persons ought ye to be in all holy conversation and godliness,
        12Looking for and hasting unto the coming of the day of God, wherein the heavens being on fire shall be dissolved, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat?
        13Nevertheless we, according to his promise, look for new heavens and a new earth, wherein dwelleth righteousness.
        14Wherefore, beloved, seeing that ye look for such things, be diligent that ye may be found of him in peace, without spot, and blameless.”
        Peter cautions the brethren to be diligent that they may be found by Christ, in peace, without spot, and blameless.”

        This is obviously not referring to an event after the rapture because after the rapture the brethren will have glorified bodies and such cautions will not be necessary because the brethren will be sinless, having received their glorified bodies. As I’ve already said “when we see Him we shall become like him.
        Peter’s caution is about making sure that we are prepared for Jesus when He comes so that we can stand before Him on that day.

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    3. Anthony William says:
      May 9, 2022 at 10:36 am

      RE: “So I personally am NOT looking for a millennium reign on this earth after Christ’s glorious return as espoused by so many Christians based on their interpretation of ‘Revelation’…

      Like Anthony William, many foolish virgins are NOT looking for the Bridegroom’s millennium reign after the first resurrection, but the wise virgin—Apostle John IS looking forward to it and says:

      Then I saw an angel coming down from heaven with the key to the Abyss, holding in his hand a great chain. He seized the dragon, that ancient serpent who is the devil and Satan, and bound him for a thousand years. And he threw him into the Abyss, shut it, and sealed it over him, so that he could not deceive the nations until the thousand years were complete. After the thousand years that followed the Bridegroom’s blessed first resurrection of His Bride, Satan must be released for a brief period of time.

      Then I saw the thrones, and those seated on them had been given authority to judge. And I saw the souls of those who had been beheaded for their testimony of Jesus and for the word of God, and those who had not worshiped the beast or its image, and had not received its mark on their foreheads or hands. And they came to life and reigned with Christ for a thousand years.

      The rest of the dead did not come back to life until the thousand years were complete. This is the first resurrection. Blessed and holy are those wise virgins who ARE joyfully looking forward to sharing in the first resurrection! The second death within the lake of fire, at the second resurrection, has no power over them, but they will be priests of God and of Christ, and will reign with Him for a thousand years.

      When the thousand years are complete, Satan will be released from his prison, and will go out to deceive the nations in the four corners of the earth—Gog and Magog—to assemble them for battle. Their number is like the sand of the seashore.

      And they marched across the broad expanse of the earth and surrounded the camp of the saints and the beloved city. But fire came down from heaven and consumed them. And the devil who had deceived them was thrown into the lake of fire and sulfur, into which the beast and the false prophet had already been thrown a thousand years earlier at the first resurrection. There they will be tormented day and night forever and ever. Revelation 20:1-10

      Anthony, you claim not to have an idolatrous heart. Yet, you seem to get heretical ideas into your carnal-minded head and then foolishly choose to NOT look at those scriptures that prove you wrong. You will never arrive at the Truth, like the noble Bereans, if you blindly read the scriptures with such bias!

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      1. @ John Shaphat May 10, 2022 at 2:17 pm

        You took what I said out of it’s context So here’s my comment in the context in which I wrote it.
        Here’s what I actually said

        “I cannot see how Jesus in all his glory accompanied by his glorified saints would inhabit an earth which has been burned up ?
        So I don’t see the possibility of a millennium reign happening on this earth after Christ’s glorious return. Neither does Peter, in my view. Because Peter makes no mention of a millennium reign happening on this earth after Christ’s return.
        Instead Peter is looking for “new heavens and a new earth ” and he expects us to do likewise.
        2nd Peter 3:13 “Nevertheless we, according to his promise, look for new heavens and a new earth, wherein dwelleth righteousness.”

        Peter reiterates that we should be looking for a new heavens and a new earth in the following verse :-
        14 “Wherefore, beloved, seeing that ye look for such things, be diligent that ye may be found of him in peace, without spot, and blameless.”

        So I personally am NOT looking for a millennium reign on this earth after Christ’s glorious return as espoused by so many Christians based on their interpretation of ‘Revelation’ which is a book with so much symbolism and which doesn’t always follow clear chronological sequences.”

        The point I was making is that ‘Revelation’ is full of symbolism and is not written in precise chronological sequence. It is therefore difficult to interpret much of what ‘Revelation’ is saying and to know the exact chronological timing of the events mentioned in ‘Revelation’

        The result is that there is much confusion out there with people such as you jumping to wrong conclusions.

        So I’m saying that I cannot build a doctrine based on ‘Revelation’, so I prefer to stick to what is clearly taught by Jesus and His apostles. Therefore I will do what Peter has clearly instructed us to do.

        BTW there is no mention of foolish virgins in Zechariah which you wrongly have stated to be the case.

        You said in your comment “I considered the ‘left behind’ foolish virgins described in Zechariah 14:16. ”

        Here’s what Zechariah actually said
        “16And it shall come to pass, that every one that is left of all the nations which came against Jerusalem shall even go up from year to year to worship the King, the LORD of hosts, and to keep the feast of tabernacles.”

        So in Zechariah 14:16, there is no mention of the foolish virgins Also there is no mention in Zechariah 14 of a millennium reign. There is no mention of the devil being bound for a thousand years and then being released to deceive the nations. And there is no mention of fire coming down from heaven to consume the adversaries. Oh! and there is no mention of this happening after the rapture/second coming of Jesus Christ.

        There is much figurative/symbolic language in prophecies as I’ve already pointed out in a previous comment, so we can only understand what has been made clear to us by Christ and his apostles. It is therefore better to adhere to the clear teaching of Christ and his apostles than to take bible verses which are not clear and then try to make them fit into your preconceived notions.

        If you choose to quote Zechariah then you had better understand what he is saying. You cant just take ONE VERSE out of context and then use it say something which it clearly has not said.
        In my discussions with you, you have been consistently dishonest in your use of the scriptures and you also choose to say that I have idolatrous heart. These are not the actions of somebody who is interested in the truth so I will waste no more time talking to you. You have a dishonest heart.

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  18. This is a very different perspective. As we are all are being quite shaken by evil events and tendencies coming thick and fast upon Western civilization and the world–it might be good to hear a monastic point of view. Eastern Christian monastics, in their prayers for the world, have the custom of daily reminding themselves of the fact of death (as the human tendency is to act as if we’re immortal, which distorts reality). If we would address ourselves to facing suffering and death (not fearfully, angrily or stoically, but transcending it through Christ), we can live the troubled here and now free and at peace, and better able to confront evil without fear. Christ said: “in this world there will be tribulation. But be of good cheer. I have overcome the world.” (John 16:33) How is this so? In this vein– here is the recent Pascha address by Metropolitan Onuphry of the Ukraine. This man endured a great deal of evil persecution since 2014 and now war, yet he has beautifully expressed a great understanding of Christian hope. https://orthodox-europe.org/content/paschal-epistle-metr-onuphry/

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    1. Thanks for including the link. I have read many devotionals by various Eastern Orthodox fathers. The readings are often inspirational.

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  19. If you check out the annual abortion count, online you will see the abortion figures unfold on a live counter as the abortions are recorded world wide.
    At the time of me typing this comment the number of abortions which have taken place this year so far stand at
    15, 186,600 and rising.
    Each year more lives are lost to abortion than were lost in the whole of world war 1.
    What a wonderful world ????😢

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  20. If only Trump had made a human life amendment his objective, a opposed to appointing anti-Roe judges (which would be like Lincoln appointing anti-dred judges and leaving it at that. I feel like we’re fighting over some stupid Tshirt, whose only gain if we win is that created equal no longer matters because states get to make up their minds about abortion. This steals away the very obvious and potent connection of abortion to slavery, which could have carried us across the finish line of abolition.

    So, kicking back to the states is the briar patch feminists want to be thrown into, and the attention being paid by prolifers he seems to desperately wanting their hero president to get credit for something, even if it’s ineffectual. They still can’t see that Trump has been a democrat plant reality actor all along.

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