It seems the main stream media is trying to get weak Christians around the world to follow the lead of a lukewarm Christian so as to help Rome enforce their mark in the very near future. Check this out.
HEADLINE: North Korea prison camp survivor: ‘Am I a Christian? Yes. I love Jesus. But I deny it’
What I am about to share here mostly speaks for itself and so I will let it do just that. When speaking of whether or not the General Conference sends money to the National Council of Churches, notice how they responded in a letter from back in 1967. Make special note of the last sentence wherein they say “…we do not make contributions to their [NCC] program.”
If you read the entire letter you will see they seem to have no problem meeting with such people that the Word of God says we must never associate with. (See Amos 3:3, Proverbs 12:26, 1 Corinthians 15:33, 2 Corinthians 6:14,17, 2 Thessalonians 3:6,14 and James 4:4.) Continue reading →
Many Roman Catholics as well as all churches that have joined with Rome in the last century know all too well about what true Bible students declare to be a strange doctrine put forth by the church of Rome called original sin. Historic record shows that it was actually a doctrine borrowed by Irenaeus the Bishop of Lyon in the 2nd century which was then further shaped and developed by Augustine in the 4th century further confirming the apostles of centuries earliernever embraced it and therefore never spoke of it in Scripture. But then this never stopped Rome from claiming otherwise before and so, notice the following quotes from the Catholic church.
“…the Church has always taught that the overwhelming misery which oppresses men and their inclination towards evil and death cannot be understood apart from their connection with Adam’s sin and the fact that he has transmitted to us a sin with which we are all born afflicted, a sin which is the “death of the soul”. Because of this certainty of faith, the Church baptizes for the remission of sins even tiny infants who have not committed personal sin…. We therefore hold, with the Council of Trent, that original sin is transmitted with human nature, ‘by propagation, not by imitation.’ -Paul VI, CPG # 16).” -Catechism of the Catholic Church, Section Two, Article III & IV, #403 & 419. Continue reading →
As we know, it is prophesied that ravenous wolves will gain the pulpits who will then wonder after the beast in Rome to do as their dying god commands so as to gather the people of the world into the camp of Rome. And so sadly; if you scan the videos online you will see SDA pastors in the church as well as those that have left the church mocking the Lord your God while standing in prayer with hands closed before the people as if they need not bow or even raise their hands toward Heaven when praying unto the Creator of the Universe. Unto these apostate pastors I declare… Continue reading →
“Therefore peace being made, and every evil suppressed, that righteous King and Conqueror (Jesus Christ) will institute a great judgment on the earth respecting the living and the dead, and will deliver all the nations into subjection to the righteous who are alive, and will raise the righteous dead to eternal life, and will Himself reign with them on the earth…” -St Lactantius, The Epitome of the Divine Institutes, Chapter LXXII, in Early Church Fathers, Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol. VII.
“Though already present in his Church, Christ’s reign is nevertheless yet to be fulfilled “with power and great glory” by the King’s return to earth… Before his Ascension Christ affirmed that the hour had not yet come for the glorious establishment of the messianic kingdom awaited by Israel which, according to the prophets, was to bring all men the definitive order of justice, love and peace.” -Catechism of the Catholic Church, The Profession of Faith, Section Two, Article 7, Subsection I, #671 & 672.
This first quote is directed to the prelates of Rome by Christopher Wordsworth back in 1848 which it says “…your Romish doctors strain every nerve to persuade us that Scripture is imperfect…” (Chr. Wordsworth, D.D., in Letters to M. Gordon, p 81, cited in Source Book for Bible Students, p 87-88). Continue reading →