Easter, Babylon And The Antichrist

The prophecies in Revelation tell us about the Antichrist, the Lawless One. This is a reference to the emerging Babylon the Great. Christians are warned not to learn the ways of heathens that run contrary to the word of God. As our last days prophet Ezekiel wrote, “And you shall know that I am the LORD; for you have not walked in my statutes, neither executed my judgements, but have done according to the customs of the heathens that are round about you.” [Eze. 11:12]And while this may be difficult for us to absorb initially, we do observe customs of the heathens, for we have been deceived into believing Easter is all about the resurrection of Christ. It's not. Easter is about a resurrection, but from a deadly wound, which has great prophetic implications for us in the very near future. [Rev. 13:3, 4]. As will be made clear, Easter and the resurrection of Christ are two different, and theologically unrelated events according to the Biblical record. And the reason why Easter is so menacing is because its slick modus operandi is manipulated by none other than Babylon the Great, the emerging beast and false prophet of Revelation, whose capital will be in Jerusalem. Skeptical? Then ask yourself this ...


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Passover And The Days of Unleavened Bread, The Hijacked Elephant

[Ed. note: the Old Testament ordinance, the Days of Unleavened Bread, are a metaphor representing the need for us to remove sin from our lives. Christ fulfilled the Days of Unleavened Bread on our behalf in the first century. “Herein is love, not that we loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins.” [1 John 4:10]. Christ was resurrected on a Sabbath afternoon between the first and last holy day of Unleavened Bread, which were the first and seventh days of this observance. In place of celebrating the heathen Easter fable, challenge yourself by trying to get all the physical leavening out of your life for the original Biblical holy week].



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Do Not Believe Every Spirit

This Sneakers article sprung to life as a footnote, albeit a rather long footnote, to the Book Excerpt, Updated: Creation In Six Days, But Who’s Counting? It goes to the point of people who are Biblically ignorant trying to create doubt about the Biblical record's authenticity as the word of God. It's another lame attack on Christianity meant to create confusion and dubiety in the minds of the casual lay person. It's somewhat like a blind person attempting to cast doubt about the existence of the aurora borealis. "It could be moonlight bouncing off a weather balloon" to someone who’s never seen it, compared to you who sat there watching the aurora borealis dancing in the northern sky. Going to the source makes a big difference. 



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