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“Oh, the unspeakable greatness of that exchange,—the Sinless One is condemned, and he who is guilty goes free; the Blessing bears the curse, and the cursed is brought into blessing; the Life dies, and the dead live; the Glory is whelmed in darkness, and he who knew nothing but confusion of face is clothed with glory.” Trailady

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Wednesday, May 04, 2016

A sad, distressing email


Another thing, brother. Speculating on the future is a risky practice, and one not recommended. But, in order to solve any problem assumptions must be made. There has to be a starting point. So we start with some assumptions and keep adding information from known laws and historical scenarios as we work the problem. Ideally, over time we arrive at an accurate solution. The assumptions may come from biblical rules, such as “history repeats itself”. This is a fact that EGW told us would happen at the end. Biblical history is what she was speaking of, as in the book, Education, she wrote:

“The Bible is the most ancient and the most comprehensive history that men possess. It came fresh from the fountain of eternal truth, and throughout the ages a divine hand has preserved its purity. It lights up the far-distant past, where human research in vain seeks to penetrate. In God’s word only do we behold the power that laid the foundations of the earth and that stretched out the heavens. Here only do we find an authentic account of the origin of nations. Here only is given a history of our race unsullied by human pride or prejudice.  {Ed 173.1} 
     In the annals of human history the growth of nations, the rise and fall of empires, appear as dependent on the will and prowess of man. The shaping of events seems, to a great degree, to be determined by his power, ambition, or caprice. But in the word of God the curtain is drawn aside, and we behold, behind, above, and through all the play and counterplay of human interests and power and passions, the agencies of the all-merciful One, silently, patiently working out the counsels of His own will.”  {Ed 173.2} 

    It could be said that the god of this world also plays a big part in shaping history. I opened my book with this quote from Testimonies to Ministers:

“Those who eat the flesh and drink the blood of the Son of God will bring from the books of Daniel and Revelation truth that is inspired by the Holy Spirit. They will start into action forces that cannot be repressed. The lips of children will be opened to proclaim the mysteries that have been hidden from the minds of men.  {TM 116.1} 
     We are standing on the threshold of great and solemn events. Many of the prophecies are about to be fulfilled in quick succession. Every element of power is about to be set to work. Past history will be repeated; old controversies will arouse to new life, and peril will beset God’s people on every side. Intensity is taking hold of the human family. It is permeating everything upon the earth. . . .  {TM 116.2} 
     Study Revelation in connection with Daniel, for history will be repeated. . . . We, with all our religious advantages, ought to know far more today than we do know.”  {TM 116.3} 

   Using dates to pinpoint soon-to-be fulfilled prophecy is always dangerous because, as A____ said, it holds the whole time table, and, if I put this into my book it would hold the whole book, in jeopardy if the events don’t take place on the dates I assign. So a lot of precaution must go into using the dates. But, as I said, I must begin with assumptions and continue from there. Many of the new ideas of my book (on Revelation chapters 4 through 11) began from assumptions and they developed as I saw the picture more clearly. I call them assumptions because I wasn’t confident in my interpretations of scripture. But, as time went on, and as I read and reread scripture and they made more sense, I had to move many of the interpretations of prophecy from assumptions to what I believe to be sure future events.

   For now, the whole idea of using the 7 year Secret Rapture scenario seems very plausible to be put into orchestrated action if the general Evangelical public is more and more firmly sold on the falsehood. Deception through ignorance of truth is what Satan loves because he has no other option if he will lead the people of the Lord away from their God. We live in a world of evidence that creates faith in our Creator, and our world is filled with truth to lead us in the way of God’s blessings. Satan can’t undo all that God has put into His creation―although he is working hard at it―so he must work extra hard to warp minds and seduce hearts. Sin has made us especially susceptible to his warping the truth to lies by one or several, of many avenues through the temptations of self-indulgence, self-exaltation, self-justification, etc.

   If the devil has worked so hard for almost 500 years to foist the 7 year Secret Rapture upon Protestantism, why would he not use it to open the way for his impersonation of Jesus’ second coming as the “as the crowning act in the great drama of deception” Great Controversy, p. 624? At first the 7 year prophecy was used only to take the finger of accusation away from the papacy as the beast of Revelation 13. But, lately it has been used to create a new eschatology. And, as Shawn Boonstra wrote in his book, The Appearing, the 7 year Secret Rapture scenario sets up the whole Evangelical world for the impersonation of Jesus’ return. This is because in the scenario’s second return of “Jesus”, He is supposed to come―not to destroy the world “and the works that are therein” (2 Pet. 3:10), the infrastructure of his global civilization―but to set up a millennium of peace.

    On that note, J____, would you please email me and my friend D_____ the four paintings and some of their close-up shots that you and M_____ took at the Denver airport? I want to look more closely at them. D____, you need to see these paintings of a new world that is most assuredly coming to create a purported millennium of peace and happiness. It will be a world without God and without His Bible that defines sin and interprets happiness only as freedom from sin through the power of Protestantism’s God of justification and sanctification. It will be a world where the Jehovah-given institutions of family and His religion will be non-existent. It will be a world where the ancient cultures, which came out of Babylon, and their pagan, Christless, loveless, lifestyle will regain ascendency in the world through Catholicism and the Ecumenism of every apostate, Lawless, pagan religion and culture in the world, all under the auspices and control of the Vatican, the United Nations, and a powerful, global Gestapo regime.

  Satan will have―at least figuratively for “one hour” (Rev. 17:11), in other words, possibly much longer than two literal weeks―what he has dreamed of having since Babel. He will have a whole world under his most powerful delusion of all time, living a life of peace without God, a carnival world of supposed happiness while free from their Creator.

 

David

I emailed J____ and D_____ to say that I found a website with the paintings.

http://vigilantcitizen.com/sinistersites/sinister-sites-the-denver-international-airport/

We need to pray to Jesus and study His scriptures. “None but those who have fortified the mind with the truths of the Bible will stand through the last great conflict. To every soul will come the searthing test: Shall I obey God rather than men? The decisive hour is even now at hand. Are our feet planted on the rock of God’s immutable word? Are we prepared to stand firm in defense of the commandments of God and the faith of Jesus?” Great Controversy, p. 593.

It is high time for the Loud Cry and Latter Rain.
 

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