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  1. Steph

    Question: Is the author pointing to a post-trib or mid-trib rapture?
    “Thus will the false prophet seemingly verify that the Beast that rose out of the sea (Rev. 13:1), also known as “the son of perdition” and the anti-Christ, is indeed the promised Messiah. Once again, God will be testing mankind by allowing these miracle-signs to reveal the faithful remnant who will cling to the revealed Word and will not be snared by powerful delusion.
    May all who read these words be among that faithful remnant!”

    • Aaron Easton

      Not sure I understand; “the son of perdition” and the anti-Christ, is indeed the promised Messiah? Thanks Aaron

  2. T. I. Miller

    Come unto me and I will give you rest.
    Once saved I stopped seeking things beyond or outside of biblical Christianity.
    For a short period I was tempted/tested to go beyond what is written. What could be better than following His will via hearing directly from God. Praise God it didn’t take long to see that voice they followed always agreed with their desired intentions.
    Furthermore this voice would not only go beyond what is written, it would contradict what was written. This was early in my walk and it has inspired me to closely examine everything and everyone. Never trust before you first verify. The lure of mystery mystical religions including Christian cults, is the same lure for believing your hearing directly from God. It is desperately seeking personal significance beyond the significance of being in Christ. Perhaps it not just a sign of lack of discernment rather it’s a sign of being a cultural Christian who falsly believes they are in Christ. Will the elders council them or will they look the away and pretend it to be merely another harmless non essential belief.

  3. Sharon

    Chick Publications publications has a book called Babylon Religion which is basically a comprehensive, easy to read, comic-book style explanation of The Two Babylons! I know it may sound funny, but it was helpful, and it made the subject much easier for me to understand!

  4. Jeffry

    Spiritism is based on the assumption that the spirits of the departed can communicate with us. That Spiritists do obtain communications with beings in the spirit-world, has long been undeniable. Spiritism, in any and every shape or form, is persistently and systematically prohibited in scripture. (Lev. 19:31; 20:6, 27) (Deut. 18:10-12)(1 Chron. 10:13)(2 Kings 21:6)(Isaiah 8:19,20)(Galatians 5:20,21) and their doom in ( Revelation (21:8; 22:14,15). Demons are mentioned no less than 70 times in scripture. Outbursts of Spiritism in Bible: days prior to the Flood, Exodus of Israel from Egypt (7:10-22; 8:7) A king over Israel ( 1 Sam. 28: 3,7) removal of Israel into captivity into Assyria and Chaldea.(2 Kings 17:17;21:6) demon-possession abounded when the Lord Jesus came to world more than any other time to this point in the Bible. In 1897 a modern outburst began in America that spread to Europe. Today we see Spiritism and Satan in an all out attack to eliminate the Church and our Savior The Lord Jesus Christ. Let Christians take heed against being drawn into tampering with Spiritism in any form. Holy Father we pray for wisdom in these final days of the Dispensation of Grace.

    • Aaron Easton

      “Demons are mentioned no less than 70 times in scripture”, would you provide at least a partial list of these please. Thanks Aaron

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