CNSNews.com ^ | 10/16/2014 | Michael W. ChapmanPosted on 10/17/2014, 3:14:23 PM by Jan_Sobieski
Reverend Billy Graham, arguably the most well-known and respected evangelical preacher of the last 50 years, said in a recently published commentary that America was “founded by men who believed in prayer” and that prayer can turn “the tide of history,” adding that while “America is just as wicked as Sodom and Gomorrah” and deserves “the judgment of God,” this judgment can be lessened through prayer.“
Globalism Is Inherently EvilGlobalism should be opposed by all the non-elite with every fiber in our collective being. Most of us will not survive the age that we live in.
Mankind is on a one-way trip to ultimate destruction.What does Revelations say would happen to the earth if Jesus did not intervene?
The Devil: Is He for Real? Why Does God Let Him Hang Around?SpiritualDirection ^ | September 22, 2014 | FR. BARTUNEKPosted on 9/28/2014, 5:49:18 PM by NYerTHE DEVIL, OUR ancient enemy, really exists. Jesus talked about him a lot. The Catechism emphasizes the reality of this fallen angel, who is interested in interfering with the adventure of love we are called to live: Evil is not an abstraction, but refers to a person, Satan, the Evil One, the angel who opposes God. The devil is the one who ‘throws himself across’ God’s plan and his work of salvation accomplished in Christ. CCC, 2851
Millennial Series: Part 11: The Theological Context of Premillennialism… “A general principle guiding the interpretation of prophecy is quite clear in the Scripture. This principle is that the whole doctrine of prophecy should be allowed to be the guide for the interpretation of details. The main elements of prophecy are far more clear than some of the details. “
The question of relative difficulty of interpreting prophecy. It may be admitted that there are problems in the interpretation of prophecy which are peculiar to this field. While the problems differ in character from the interpretation of history or theological revelation, they do not consist in the choice of spiritual or literal interpretation.
It is not so much a question of whether the prophecy will be fulfilled, but rather concerning the unrevealed details of time and circumstance.
While premillenarians have sometimes been guilty of making prophetic interpretation appear as too simple a process, amillenarians have erred in the other direction. After all, interpreting Scripture on such subjects as predestination, the decree of God, the doctrine of the Trinity, the person of the incarnate Christ, the sufferings of Christ on the cross, and similar doctrines is certainly difficult even though in the realm of specific revelation and historic fulfillment.
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“Then will appear the sign of the Son of Man in heaven; and then will all tribes of the earth mourn, and they will see the Son of Man coming upon the clouds of heaven with great power and majesty.
Satan Does Not Hold the Keys of Deathligonier ^ | 8/25/14 | RC SproulPosted on 8/25/2014, 5:23:07 AM by SoFloFreeperWe have different vocations with respect to the jobs and tasks God gives us in this life. But we all share in the vocation of death.
Every one of us is called to die. That vocation is as much a calling from God as is a “call” to the ministry of Christ. Sometimes the call comes suddenly and without warning. Sometimes it comes with advance notification. But it comes to all of us.
And it comes from God.I am aware that there are teachers who tell us that God has nothing to do with death. Death is seen strictly as the fiendish device of the Devil. All pain, suffering, disease, and tragedy are blamed on the Evil One. God is absolved of any responsibility. This view is designed to make sure that God is free of blame for anything that goes wrong in this world.
“God always wills healing,” we are told. If that healing does not happen, then the fault lies with Satan—Or with us. Death, they say, is not in the plan of God.
It represents a victory for Satan over the realm of God.Such views may bring temporary relief to the afflicted. But they are not true. They have nothing to do with biblical Christianity.
Jesus Christ Did Not Believe In Tolerance & Peace, But The Punishment Of Evil Doers & Evil People