Saturday, November 29, 2014

The Duty of the Remnant Believers Part 2

As we mentioned in the last article, the Synagogue of Satan, professing to be Jews, but who are not (Rev 2:9, 3:9), have usurped the identity of the Israel of God, calling it a piece of land instead of a spiritual entity, likened to an olive tree in Romans 11, and the Holy City, the New Jerusalem in Rev 21. Because so many are deceived about the true identity of the Israel of God, a new and satanic ideology has emerged in the last century or two referred to as Dispensationalism. Satan uses this to get “Christians” to support his counterfeit version of Israel, and for the last decade and a half the U.S. Foreign policy has been to fight a “War on Terror”, based on a false account of what happened on September 11, 2001, to Satan’s benefit.

As if this isn’t bad enough on its own, “Christians” are fighting in these wars, thinking God is pleased with them. They are treated as heroes, and applauded in the “Church”. I tell you the truth brothers and sisters, it would be hard for them to get farther away from the true Gospel of Jesus Christ than to kill in His Name. We have written on this extensively in the past, here’s a link to an article giving a Bible based detailed explanation why  “Christians” should not participate in the endless wars that plague our world:

Let’s be unified in teaching that it is NOT the Lord’s will for anyone, especially those who profess Him as their Savior, to partake in these endless wars, which are always based on lies, and only benefit Satan and his counterfeit Israel.

Rev 18:4 And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.

Friday, November 21, 2014

The Duty of the Remnant Believers

The Remnant believers, having come out of the harlot church system have a duty to perform for the Kingdom. They must be united in their teaching and stay focused on the most important things which have been twisted and distorted by the enemy. One of the most perverted beliefs of those inside the system is that the piece of land in the Middle East, known to the world as Palestine, is the Israel of God. And that those people living there, who call themselves Jews, but are not (Rev 2:9, 3:9), are the Chosen people of God.

This belief has caused untold problems for the world, and it could lead to a third world war, if the Lord allows it to. The truth is suppressed by a wicked alliance between Satan, the leaders of most of the western world, and the false doctrines of the harlot church system, either through ignorance, or simply loving their delusions more than the truth (2 The 2:10).

The truth is, as Jesus explains, is that the true chosen people (1 Pe 2:9) are likened unto branches that abide in Him (Joh 15), the true vine. Those who don’t abide in Him, or believe in Him, are likened to branches that fall off and wither and die, and are collected and thrown into the fire. Clearly a frightening warning of their eternity in the Lake of Fire, if they don’t repent.

In the Book of Romans Paul explains it in a way specifically tailored to his countrymen, likening the vine unto an olive tree. Unbelievers are torn out and believers grafted in. The message is the same, no where does it say that there is any other way, but to abide in Jesus.

Today’s Israel is a Satanic stronghold, through which the enemy has divided the body of Christ, and has positioned it to be the catalyst for the final world war, that could bring about the destruction of the world, again, if the Lord allows it. Professing Christians should clearly recognize it, stay clear of it, and avoid any entanglements with Satan’s counterfeit Israel. Read your bibles, leave any institution which does not teach these truths (Rev 18:4), or that supports this evil entity. We are to be looking for the new Jerusalem (Heb 12:22), not yoking ourselves to a bunch of unbelieving eastern European usurpers and impostors (2 Co 6:14). Know the truth and overcome the devil and the world in Christ.

Rev 3:12 Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out: and I will write upon him the name of my God, and the name of the city of my God, which is new Jerusalem, which cometh down out of heaven from my God: and I will write upon him my new name.

Rev 12:11 And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony; and they loved not their lives unto the death.

Rev 18:4 And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.

Monday, November 17, 2014

The So-Called Remnant is Way Off Course! Part 2

Continuing where I left off the other day. I see a huge problem in doctrine and general lack of empathy and love for our neighbors in the so-called “Remnant”. We get on our high horses and look down our noses on those that don’t have the same “truth” we profess to have. It’s hard to teach and explain with humility and love from such great heights. Nobody likes to be looked down on, or made to feel that God is excluding them from some great revelation. Perhaps some of us need a “Thorn in the flesh”, to give us a little more compassion and understanding of our neighbors, who are still struggling to come out of the harlot church system?

I saw a post the other day, the gist of it was God only reveals to us what we need to know, I believe that. There are a few examples of this principle, such as when the Lord ordered both John and Daniel to seal up the “book” till the end (Dan 12:4, Rev 10:4). Another instance, you'll recall that the Lord told the disciples, there is much more I have to tell you, but you can't bear it now (Joh 16:10). Hadn't they been with Him for 2 or 3 years and they still couldn't bear what He had to say? And the so-called Remnant now believes they are better, more able, more prepared to hear what the disciples who were with him every day couldn't bear? How arrogant is that? How haughty and prideful? I think they are warning us of strong delusion, but, it seems they are the ones who are most in danger of strong delusion!

And then they tell us, don’t celebrate this day or that day, observe the Sabbath, the Feast of … it is legalism, pure and simple. They’ve come out of the “Church”, but they are trying to get everyone to go back under a new form of the “law”, to perfect themselves?

Gal 3:1 O foolish Galatians, who hath bewitched you, that ye should not obey the truth, before whose eyes Jesus Christ hath been evidently set forth, crucified among you? Gal 3:2 This only would I learn of you, Received ye the Spirit by the works of the law, or by the hearing of faith? Gal 3:3 Are ye so foolish? having begun in the Spirit, are ye now made perfect by the flesh? Gal 3:4 Have ye suffered so many things in vain? if it be yet in vain.

Seems some are trying to make a new version of the 10 Commandments. What we end up with is endless bickering and division, what a waste of time, splintering the group of believers and taking away from our main job of reaching the lost with the truth of Jesus Christ.

In closing, I urge the “Remnant” to unite under common beliefs: Come out of the harlot church system, expose modern day Israel for the Satanic counterfeit it is, and to resolve that the disciples of Jesus Christ are not called to military service for the kingdoms of this world, but to spiritual service to the Kingdom of God.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

The So-Called Remnant is WAY off Course

I am weary of what I see from people calling themselves the “Remnant.”
I see a lot of legalism, e.g. don’t do that, don’t do this, don’t celebrate this or that day, believe this or else you’re not really saved like we are, and on and on.

What I don’t see is much love, humility, or understanding. A recognition that they too, were once deceived, (if indeed they are no longer) and that they can help someone to get where they are. Basically, to love someone else as they love themselves, and to do unto others as they would want others to do unto them.

I see groups of people coming up with alternate takes on end time eschatology, arguing and dividing over it. I see posts on Facebook basically congratulating themselves for finding the truth, and patting each other on the back if they agree with each other. Savaging those that don’t agree, and being very condescending and high minded about it all.

This is not what I came out of the “Church” to find. Not even close to it. I continue to look for fellowship in all the wrong places, apparently. That is OK, because it helps me grow closer to Jesus Christ. Maybe I’m the problem? If so, then I’ll be honest and open about it. The Lord’s will be done. Whatever the case may be, I will not condemn people who are still in the system, don’t have the same eschatological theories that I have, or think myself better than them. My beliefs have evolved, and they are still evolving. I believe theirs will too if they are led properly: patiently, with humility and love.

Take a look at the average argument of the so-called “Remnant” on a social interactive site, such as Facebook. Disagreements lead to name-calling and futility: “I’m right, you're wrong;” “You’ll see what I see when you’re as Spiritually-gifted as I am;” “You’re argument is with God, not me;” “It says so in the Bible;” etc etc.

Who in the “Church” would want to come out of it to subject themselves to the bickering and division rampant in the group of believers outside of the “Church?!”

Get over yourselves. If you truly have the truth, you didn’t come up with it yourself. It is a gift from God, to give freely to others with love, patience and humility.