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  1. Elizabeth Bennett

    Jesus said, Suppose ye that I have come to bring peace on earth? I tell you , Nay. but rather division: For from henceforth there shall be five in one house divided, three against two and two against three. Luke 12: 51, 52. There are only 2 divisions in the world: Those who are believers in Jesus Christ as their Savior and those who do not believe. The sheep and the goats. We choose Satan or we choose Jesus Christ, our Redeemer.

  2. Back in 2007, I began to pursue my masters in diplomacy (with a concentration in international terrorism). I have degrees in religion, history, and journalism, and I applied on the basis that I would write about Islamic terrorism. When I saw the books, I was shocked. Almost every title had the word “global” in it: “The Globalization of World Politics,” “Globalization: Opposing Viewpoints,” Power in Global Governance,” “The Retreat of the State: The Diffusion of Power in the World Economy,” I also received books on International Law and International Relations (which are to be expected in a diplomacy program). I was so astounded by the emphasis on globalism that I had a crisis. Do I continue down this road where a belief in global structures would be necessary to succeed, or should I leave the program? I felt like staying in the program would be unfaithfulness to God. What I know from that short period of study is that there truly is a push towards globalism—not only within our civilian government, but in our military! There is a belief that it will bring in peace, just as your article points out, but it isn’t just coming from some fringe New Age leaders like Marianne Williamson or Dennis Kucinich, this view is also permeating the highest echelons of our educational, military, political, and diplomatic channels. If a young person wants to succeed, they will have been indoctrinated with this view, starting with climate change ideology as children and ascending up from there they will be forced to embrace globalism as a professional peg to success.

  3. Heidi Lavoie

    I was in a restaurant the other day with my husband, here in our hometown in Ontario, Canada. There was a plaque displayed on the wall that read: “Don’t step on my awesomeness. It is everywhere”. There were two occult symbols included with the text. It was the circular swirl, which is the oldest pagan symbol known to man having to do with man being god and also with feminine spirituality.
    I was recently leafing through a secular decorator magazine and found the following quote in an article it featured: “In the modern age we live in with its incredible interconnectedness, each and everyone of us is a citizen of the world.”
    This idea of oneness and world citizenry and everyone is god, is turning up everywhere. It is alarming. Thank you Lighthouse Trails for featuring Warren Smith’s articles. I always find them pertinent and cutting edge regarding all of the developments regarding the progression of the New Age spirituality.

    • John J

      Heidi,
      Not aimed at you, surely, but Canada is the country that is sliding the quickest and deepest into total New Age chaos, not to mention its calvinist bends. My son and I researched your country for about ten years long and noted the moral decline almost weekly. Its current humanist prime minister is a laughing stock par excellence.
      Keep the faith, Heidi, and know there are those who are praying for you.

      • John, from how we see it, the U.S. and Canada are pretty much neck to neck in the race to chaos and destruction. It’s true there are some outward differences in how each country is achieving this, but they are sadly staying up with each other.

      • Heidi Lavoie

        Thank you John. I appreciate your comment. I am fully aware of the totalitarian state Canada has become. I sat in astonishment every morning in 2018 as I prayed, and thought of the profound changes that were taking place. Thank you for praying for me and my family. My husband understands it, but my children don’t, aged 26 and 29.

  4. John J

    Walsch’s “god” is as dumb as a piece of clay. And Williamson has problems that need urgent attention from professionals. And Oprah? Is she not “god” or something?

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