Did you think these verses were about some end-time world dictator who would be “the ANTICHRIST?” Think again. I believe Daniel’s 70 week Messianic prophecy is a ‘type of angel’ that is dividing the wheat from the tares.
••• WHAT SAY YE ? ••• Christ or Antichrist? CHOOSE CAREFULLY… YOUR ETERNAL SOUL MAY DEPEND ON IT.
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“1 And after these things I saw another angel come down from heaven, having great power; and the earth was lightened with his glory. 2 And he cried mightily with a strong voice, saying, Babylon the great is fallen, is fallen, and is become the habitation of devils, and the hold of every foul spirit,…
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Has Joe Biden flown below the radar on the world scene? Has this Jesuit trained, seemingly innocuous, nearly aloof 2nd in command career politician been mistakenly discounted as appraisals of Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, Jeb Bush, John McCain, Mitt Romney, and other “valid” contenders give them “authentication?”
Originally posted on CrossTheBorder.org:
…But this apostasy was to have a head, and the coming and character of that head are the great subject of Paul’s Thessalonian prophecy. A mistaken apprehension of his first letter to them had led the Thessalonians to expect an immediate advent of Christ, and in his second epistle Paul…
Pastors addres the possible dire consequence of belief in an imminent return of Christ and it being opportune for an antichrist to deceive many. By believing that Christ will return prior to the conclusion of the tribulation period is opening one’s self up for disappointment, if not deception. Is it possible that this teaching was a Jesuit conspired plan to divide the church, to divide Israel?
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