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Sunday, 24 November 2013

how christ will return

Much of the Bible is dedicated to the theme of the Second Coming. There are over 1500 prophecies of Jesus’ Second Coming recorded in the Bible. For every prophecy of His first coming mentioned in the Old Testament, there are eight predicting His Second Coming. Christ’s return is also mentioned once in every five verses in the New Testament.
Many Old Testament prophets were given visions and instructions concerning this period, often called “the time of the end.” Daniel was told that his writings were for the time of the end (Daniel 12:9). John’s book of Revelation is also full of prophecies concerning the Second Coming and the period just before it.
The Bible warns us of a period of great trouble and tribulation just before the Second Coming. As well, the Coming itself is not necessarily good news for all people, as the Bible warns that those that have rejected Christ will run from Him at His appearing.
The Scriptures tell us that there will be signs in the earth, distress of nations, and turmoil in the social structure of societies. In Matthew 24, Jesus discusses the events prior to His Second Coming. He intermingles His warnings about the destruction of Jerusalem with the destruction of the world at the end of time using the events surrounding the destruction of Jerusalem as a dual application. This discourse is also presented in Mark 13 and Luke 21.
It can be argued that many of the events portrayed in the Bible have always existed on the earth, but never has there been a time when all these events were evident in so many diverse places and in such frequency.

how christ will return

Much of the Bible is dedicated to the theme of the Second Coming. There are over 1500 prophecies of Jesus’ Second Coming recorded in the Bible. For every prophecy of His first coming mentioned in the Old Testament, there are eight predicting His Second Coming. Christ’s return is also mentioned once in every five verses in the New Testament.
Many Old Testament prophets were given visions and instructions concerning this period, often called “the time of the end.” Daniel was told that his writings were for the time of the end (Daniel 12:9). John’s book of Revelation is also full of prophecies concerning the Second Coming and the period just before it.
The Bible warns us of a period of great trouble and tribulation just before the Second Coming. As well, the Coming itself is not necessarily good news for all people, as the Bible warns that those that have rejected Christ will run from Him at His appearing.
The Scriptures tell us that there will be signs in the earth, distress of nations, and turmoil in the social structure of societies. In Matthew 24, Jesus discusses the events prior to His Second Coming. He intermingles His warnings about the destruction of Jerusalem with the destruction of the world at the end of time using the events surrounding the destruction of Jerusalem as a dual application. This discourse is also presented in Mark 13 and Luke 21.
It can be argued that many of the events portrayed in the Bible have always existed on the earth, but never has there been a time when all these events were evident in so many diverse places and in such frequency.
Much of the Bible is dedicated to the theme of the Second Coming. There are over 1500 prophecies of Jesus’ Second Coming recorded in the Bible. For every prophecy of His first coming mentioned in the Old Testament, there are eight predicting His Second Coming. Christ’s return is also mentioned once in every five verses in the New Testament.
Many Old Testament prophets were given visions and instructions concerning this period, often called “the time of the end.” Daniel was told that his writings were for the time of the end (Daniel 12:9). John’s book of Revelation is also full of prophecies concerning the Second Coming and the period just before it.
The Bible warns us of a period of great trouble and tribulation just before the Second Coming. As well, the Coming itself is not necessarily good news for all people, as the Bible warns that those that have rejected Christ will run from Him at His appearing.
The Scriptures tell us that there will be signs in the earth, distress of nations, and turmoil in the social structure of societies. In Matthew 24, Jesus discusses the events prior to His Second Coming. He intermingles His warnings about the destruction of Jerusalem with the destruction of the world at the end of time using the events surrounding the destruction of Jerusalem as a dual application. This discourse is also presented in Mark 13 and Luke 21.
It can be argued that many of the events portrayed in the Bible have always existed on the earth, but never has there been a time when all these events were evident in so many diverse places and in such frequency.

prophecy movements



Revelation 10:1-11
The Angel Of Rev_10:1-11 Proclaims God’s Last Message


A UNIQUE PROPHETIC MOVEMENT part 2/3

Revelation 10:1-11
The Angel Of Rev_10:1-11 Proclaims God’s Last Message

And he set his right foot upon the sea, and his left foot on the earth. Rev_10:2. {CTr 340.1}

The message of Rev_14:1-20, proclaiming that the hour of God’s judgment is come, is given in the time of the end. The angel of Rev_10:1-11 is represented as having one foot on the sea and one foot on the land, showing that the message will be carried to distant lands, the ocean will be crossed, and the islands of the sea will hear the proclamation of the last message of warning to our world. . . . {CTr 340.2}

“That there should be time no longer.” This message announces the end of the prophetic periods. The disappointment of those who expected to see our Lord in 1844 was indeed bitter to those who had so ardently looked for His appearing. It was in the Lord’s order that this disappointment should come, and that hearts should be revealed. {CTr 340.3}

Not one cloud has fallen upon the church that God has not prepared for; not one opposing force has risen to counter work the work of God that He has not foreseen. All has taken place as He has predicted through His prophets. He has not left His church forsaken in darkness, but has traced in prophetic declarations what would occur, and through His providence, acting in its appointed place in the world’s history, He has brought about that which His Holy Spirit inspired the prophets to foretell. All His purposes will be fulfilled and established. His law is linked with His throne, and satanic agencies combined with human agencies cannot destroy it. {CTr 340.4}

Truth is inspired and guarded by God; it will live, and will succeed, although it may appear at times to be overshadowed. The gospel of Christ is the law exemplified in character. The deceptions practiced against it, every device for vindicating falsehood, every error forged by satanic agencies, will eventually be eternally broken, and the triumph of truth will be like the appearing of the sun at noonday. The Sun of Righteousness shall shine forth with healing in His wings, and the whole earth shall be filled with His glory. {CTr 340.5}

All that God has in prophetic history specified to be fulfilled in the past has been, and all that is yet to come in its order will be. Daniel, God’s prophet, stands in his place. John stands in his place. In the Revelation the Lion of the tribe of Judah has opened to the students of prophecy the book of Daniel, and thus is Daniel standing in his place. He bears his testimony, that which the Lord revealed to him in vision, of the great and solemn events that we must know as we stand on the very threshold of their fulfillment.-Manuscript 32, 1896 (Manuscript Releases, vol. 17, pp. 9-11). {CTr 340.6}
And he set his right foot upon the sea, and his left foot on the earth. Rev_10:2. {CTr 340.1}
The message of Rev_14:1-20, proclaiming that the hour of God’s judgment is come, is given in the time of the end. The angel of Rev_10:1-11 is represented as having one foot on the sea and one foot on the land, showing that the message will be carried to distant lands, the ocean will be crossed, and the islands of the sea will hear the proclamation of the last message of warning to our world. . . . {CTr 340.2}
“That there should be time no longer.” This message announces the end of the prophetic periods. The disappointment of those who expected to see our Lord in 1844 was indeed bitter to those who had so ardently looked for His appearing. It was in the Lord’s order that this disappointment should come, and that hearts should be revealed. {CTr 340.3}
Not one cloud has fallen upon the church that God has not prepared for; not one opposing force has risen to counter work the work of God that He has not foreseen. All has taken place as He has predicted through His prophets. He has not left His church forsaken in darkness, but has traced in prophetic declarations what would occur, and through His providence, acting in its appointed place in the world’s history, He has brought about that which His Holy Spirit inspired the prophets to foretell. All His purposes will be fulfilled and established. His law is linked with His throne, and satanic agencies combined with human agencies cannot destroy it. {CTr 340.4}
Truth is inspired and guarded by God; it will live, and will succeed, although it may appear at times to be overshadowed. The gospel of Christ is the law exemplified in character. The deceptions practiced against it, every device for vindicating falsehood, every error forged by satanic agencies, will eventually be eternally broken, and the triumph of truth will be like the appearing of the sun at noonday. The Sun of Righteousness shall shine forth with healing in His wings, and the whole earth shall be filled with His glory. {CTr 340.5}
All that God has in prophetic history specified to be fulfilled in the past has been, and all that is yet to come in its order will be. Daniel, God’s prophet, stands in his place. John stands in his place. In the Revelation the Lion of the tribe of Judah has opened to the students of prophecy the book of Daniel, and thus is Daniel standing in his place. He bears his testimony, that which the Lord revealed to him in vision, of the great and solemn events that we must know as we stand on the very threshold of their fulfillment.-Manuscript 32, 1896 (Manuscript Releases, vol. 17, pp. 9-11).

10:8-11 This message was to be “in thy mouth sweet as honey” but in “thy belly bitter.” In the early 1800s there were many honest and godly Bible students around the world who, independent of one another, were convicted that Jesus would soon return. Many of them saw in the prophecy of the 2,300 years of Daniel 8:14 a prediction that Christ would come very soon to cleanse the earth by fire. Most believed that it would be soon time in the early to mid-1800s. The most influential of these groups, led by William Miller, determined that 1844 was the correct year. See note on Daniel 8:14; 9:25. However, they misunderstood the event prophesied to take place at the end of the 2,300 years. They had the misconception that the sanctuary to be cleansed represented the earth. This message of Christ’s soon return, to end all sorrow and pain, was “sweet” in their mouths. When he did not return at the appointed time they experienced a “bitter” disappointment, similar to what the disciples went through when Christ’s death shattered their beliefs that He would set up an earthly empire. Luke 24:13-27.
The sanctuary to be cleansed in Daniel 8:14 is not the earth, nor is it the earthly sanctuary—which became unnecessary when Christ died once for all 8:(Hebrews 7:27; 9) and which no longer exists. It is the heavenly sanctuary that is to be cleansed, referring to the time when Christ enters the Most Holy Place of the heavenly sanctuary, to begin the Judgment. Right now we are living in that awesome Day of Judgment, but those whose lives are being changed through the love of Jesus fear, for Jesus is their Advocate.



cartholic jeopardy

Some of the most depraved customs of the Saturnalia carnival were intentionally revived by the Catholic Church in 1466 when Pope Paul II, for the amusement of his Roman citizens, forced Jews to race naked through the streets of the city. An eyewitness account reports, “Before they were to run, the Jews were richly fed, so as to make the race more difficult for them and at the same time more amusing for spectators. They ran… amid Rome’s taunting shrieks and peals of laughter, while the Holy Father stood upon a richly ornamented balcony and laughed heartily.” [5] you have to persive the truth if not ya gone

cartholic jeopardy

coca cola illuminati

In 1931, the Coca Cola Corporation contracted the Swedish commercial artist Haddon Sundblom to create a coke-drinking Santa. Sundblom modeled his Santa on his friend Lou Prentice, chosen for his cheerful, chubby face. The corporation insisted that Santa’s fur- trimmed suit be bright, Coca Cola red. And Santa was born – a blend of Christian crusader, pagan god, and commercial idol. these blog has been posted here misterius ly so to get to know more login to andrew twayne oibi on face book were you will get me and jazz phizzie mckellz exposing deceptions

coca cola illuminati

Saturday, 23 November 2013

are with others:
October 31 is approaching fast—a night of ghoulish costumes, haunted houses, trick-or-treating, witches, jack-o’-lanterns, parties and superstitions that we call Halloween. What is this festival really about?

Celtic Origins

While the exact origin of our Halloween celebrations remains disputed by scholars, most point back to the ancient Celtic festival Samhain (pronounced sah-wen) as the precursor. The Celtic people of pre-medieval Europe lived in an area encompassing Ireland, the United Kingdom, and northern France.
In this Halloween greeting card from 1904, divination is depicted: the young woman looking into... read more.
They divided their year into two halves or seasons – the “light half” (summer) and the “dark half” (winter). October 31 was the transitional time between the end of summer and the beginning of winter with its darker and shorter days that was often associated with death. Since the Celtic worldview relies on a strong sense of place and the natural world for its harvest and livelihood, there was much superstition surrounding this liminal or “in-between” night. The Celts believed the boundaries between the land of the living and the land of the dead became blurred on October 31, and the dead could cross over into this world to visit souls. As a result, to avoid being recognized and sought by ghosts when they left their house, the Celts would wear masks or other disguises to trick the ghosts so they wouldn’t think they were a fellow spirit. This is likely the origin of modern-day dressing up in costume for Halloween. Vance Ferrell states that Celtic priests (Druids) told people to go with one another to gather food from each other’s houses to placate the ghosts, spirits, fairies, witches, elves, and otherworldly creatures believed to come out on that night and harm people.i This food often included dainty sweets and is one theory as to the origin of trick-or-treating or ‘guising’ as it is called in Scotland and Ireland. If the evil spirit didn’t get properly “treated” or sent off, they would play a “trick” on people instead.ii A symbolic, communal bonfire was held on this night to mark the end of the “light” half of the year and protect the people from the coming winter.
Many divination and occult practices took place on this night. People sought out spirits of their ancestors and other beings to tell the future about weather and crop expectations, or even romantic interests. One tradition for women included standing in front of a mirror with a candle in a darkened room, where it was said that the face of their future husband would pass before them.
God makes it clear where He stands on these sorts of practices:
There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch. Or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer. For all that do these things are an abomination unto the LORD: and because of these abominations the LORD thy God doth drive them out from before thee. (Deuteronomy 18:10-12)

Jack-O'-Lantern


Halloween jack-o'-lantern
The legend of the jack-o’-lantern has a few different meanings. Some sources say the Celtic people used hollowed-out turnips to carve frightening faces and put a candle in to keep harmful spirits away from their homes.iii Other tales say it was meant to act like a lamp to guide their dead ancestors to the meal left out for them.iv The legend of “Jack of the Lantern” has it that a man named Jack tried to outsmart the devil through practical jokes. The devil punished him for it by making him carry around a lit lantern the rest of his life, meant as a warning for others not to offend the devil.v

Roman Influence


Apple
When Rome conquered Celtic territory and ruled for four centuries (43-410 AD), aspects of Roman paganism became fused with the Celtic tradition of Samhain. For example, the Romans had two similar festivals themselves—Feralia, a day in late October where Romans commemorated the passing of the dead, and Pomona, a Roman goddess of fruit and trees, from which the Halloween tradition of bobbing for apples likely derives.ii

Etymology

So if the Celtic festival of Samhain foreshadows Halloween, how did we come to call Halloween “Halloween”? Halloween literally means “the eve of All Hallows’ or All Saints’, which had to do with the Christian Church. On May 13, 609 A.D., Pope Boniface IV re-consecrated the Pantheon in Rome and renamed it “Church of St. Mary and the Martyrs.” This day established the anniversary of remembering the Church’s martyrs. In the 9th century, Pope Gregory III dedicated this day to all the saints (hence the name All-hallows or “All Saints Day”) and moved it from May to November 1—directly after the Celtic pagan festival of Samhain. The night before (October 31) became “All Hallow’s Eve” and eventually “Halloween” – a contraction of the phrase.

Christian Influence

The fusing of religious celebrations that occurred between the Celtic and Roman peoples similarly occurred between the Celts and Christians when Christianity began spreading into Celtic lands. Travis Allen describes why this intermixing of holidays occurred and its aftermath:
As Christianity moved through Europe it collided with indigenous pagan cultures and confronted established customs. Pagan holidays and festivals were so entrenched that new converts found them to be a stumbling block to their faith. To deal with the problem, the organized church would commonly move a Christian holiday to a spot on the calendar that would directly challenge a pagan holiday. The intent was to counter pagan influences and provide a Christian alternative. But most often the church only succeeded in ‘Christianizing’ a pagan ritual—the ritual was still pagan, but mixed with Christian symbolism. That’s what happened to All Saints Eve—it was the original Halloween alternative!vi
In this sense, Samhain was absorbed into Halloween. The same is true of other “Christian” holidays like Christmas and Easter, which all had pagan origins. Halloween eventually made its way to North America around the second half of the 19th century when a flood of Irish immigrants came to the New World after the potato famine in 1846 and brought their traditions with them. Certain Samhain festivities prevailed like costumes, trick-or-treating, candy, and bobbing for apples. Hollywood has added its own imagery to further enhance the scare-factor and spiritual darkness of this night.

Wiccans and Halloween


Witch riding broomstick
Samhain is also connected to modern-day Wicca – an old English word for witch. This religion is an offshoot of the ancient Celtic witchcraft of Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Samhain was one of the more important sabbats or seasonal holidays of the year that witches held sacred. Celtic priests believed that witches ride on broomsticks this night and can change themselves into black cats—hence two popular symbols of Halloween that continue today. According to one article, “Canadian Wiccans would like to see Halloween recognized as a day of special pagan religious significance.”vii Many Wiccans claim this holiday as their day, taking part in activities such as ritual purification, divination, and contact with dead ancestors. Vampires, witches, ghosts, goblins, and other such morbid costumes fill the streets on Halloween night. Haunted houses are decorated with violent imagery showing blood-stained hands, faces, and decapitated bodies. This holiday that has been around since ancient times increasingly focuses on the perverse, the gothic, and the occult.

Reformation Day


Martin Luther
The hype around Halloween has further clouded people’s eyes from another celebration on this day that is truly honouring to God—Reformation Day. October 31, 1517 is the day Martin Luther, who instigated the Protestant Reformation, nailed his 95 Theses on the door of a Wittenberg church. This momentous day changed the whole of Christendom as Luther advocated for an individual’s relationship with Christ based on faith, grace, and Scripture alone (sola fide, sola gratia, and sola scriptura) and not the authority of the Catholic Church. Instead of celebrating a pagan festival shrouded in superstitions, darkness, and occult imagery, let’s focus on the light that this day represents—the light of God’s Word revealed to each and every person directly through the Scriptures and not through an institution, and let’s look for opportunities to spread this message to others on October 31 in keeping with the legacy of the Reformers.
i. Vance Ferrell, The Real Story Behind Christmas, Easter, and Halloween. (Altamont, TN: Harvestime Books, 2003): 66.
ii. Travis Allen, "Christians and Halloween.”
iii. Ellen Feldman, "Halloween." American Heritage (52.7: 2001).
iv. "The History of Halloween." Sceptic (7.3: 1999).
v. Vance Ferrell, op. cit., p. 66.
vi. Travis Allen, op. cit.
vii. Terry O'Neill, "Pagans and Pumpkins: Christians recoil at the ghoulisness of Halloween, while Wiccans work to clean it up." Report News Magazine (Oct 25, 1999): 62-63.

EXODUS ILLUMINATI SECRECY OR SUBLIMAL MESSAGE IN H...

andrewtwayneoibi: EXODUS ILLUMINATI SECRECY OR SUBLIMAL MESSAGE IN H...: http://w ww.youtube.com/watch?v=ueztlRQ7pug NOW IHAVE WRITTEN THESE BLOG to warn every one as the bible says that God doesnt destroy or s...

EXODUS ILLUMINATI SECRECY OR SUBLIMAL MESSAGE IN HIS SONG ADDICTED EXPOSED

NOW IHAVE WRITTEN THESE BLOG to warn every one as the bible says that God doesnt destroy or send catastrophes to asinner before warning him or her now let me talk about these so called ugandan gospel artiste who released asong entitled addicted in it he said. now lets talk alook at these screenshot atook from google

now look at the highlighted text it says music babylon so if go and study bible prophecy you would find that he is connected to the anti christ babylon is astate of being confused and lost in the darkness so thats one fact that you areader should know ................Now lets look at his new song addicted here is the video url for those who want to watch it on you tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueztlRQ7pug now in these song he says addicted,addicted,addicted,toyou bla blah blah and then he says how can isay ilove you lord and ihave never talked to you he continues how can isaw ilove you lord and have never seen your face for your information there has never been any one in these modern world who has managed seeing Gods faced which means exodus is tryin to tell that he doest believe in God and let me back it up with scripture . I am the good shepherd: the good shepherd giveth his life for the sheep. 12 But he that is an hireling, and not the shepherd, whose own the sheep are not, seeth the wolf coming, and leaveth the sheep, and fleeth: and the wolf catcheth them, and scattereth the sheep. 13 The hireling fleeth, because he is an hireling, and careth not for the sheep. 14 I am the good shepherd, and know my sheep, and am known of mine. 15 As the Father knoweth me, even so know I the Father: and I lay down my life for the sheep. 16 And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold: them also I must bring, and they shall hear my voice; and there shall be one fold, and one shepherd. 17 Therefore doth my Father love me, because I lay down my life, that I might take it again. 18 No man taketh it from me, but I lay it down of myself. I have power to lay it down, and I have power to take it again. This commandment have I received of my Father. ipray that you here the truth and stand aperil for the truth during these last days WAKE UP WAKE UP IF YOU ARE ASLEEP
Context Jesus is Coming …16"I, Jesus, have sent My angel to testify to you these things for the churches. I am the root and the descendant of David, the bright morning star." 17The Spirit and the bride say, "Come." And let the one who hears say, "Come." And let the one who is thirsty come; let the one who wishes take the water of life without cost.
! SAITH JESUS AMEN