Monday, May 15, 2017


The last people who should have fallen for this strong delusion;
That God would make a wicked, unrepentant, sin laden, America great again, are Christians.

A nation which has rejected and turned it's back on Him and His laws faces His judgments and the impossibility of ever being great again.

If Bible believe Christians really believed the Bible they would know where America is at on God's prophetic timetable, we're at the end of the rope.

“He makes nations great, and He destroys them;

Job 12:23

Christians who are supposed to be walking in the light and not the darkness should know this and not be so easily deceived but they are.

The strong delusion is already here, and Christians were the first in line to drink the Kool-Aid.

FABLE :  falsehood, lie , a fictitious narrative or statement
....myths and man-made fictions

I solemnly charge you in the presence of God and of Christ Jesus, who is to judge the living and the dead, and by His appearing and His kingdom:
Preach the word [as an official messenger]; be ready when the time is right and even when it is not [keep your sense of urgency, whether the opportunity seems favorable or unfavorable, whether convenient or inconvenient, whether welcome or unwelcome]; correct [those who err in doctrine or behavior], warn [those who sin], exhort and encourage [those who are growing toward spiritual maturity], with inexhaustible patience and [faithful] teaching.

3 For the time will come when people will not tolerate sound doctrine and accurate instruction [that challenges them with God’s truth]; but wanting to have their ears tickled [with something pleasing], they will accumulate for themselves [many] teachers [one after another, chosen] to satisfy their own desires and to support the errors they hold,

4 and will turn their ears away from the truth and will wander off into myths and man-made fictions [and will accept the unacceptable].

5 But as for you, be clear-headed in every situation [stay calm and cool and steady], endure every hardship [without flinching], do the work of an evangelist, fulfill [the duties of] your ministry.

2 Timothy 4

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