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Lot’s of talk, but where’s The Christ?

The Pope has made the headlines for being embracing, open-minded and talking widely.

In all his talk, how many times has he mentioned the name of Yeshua (Jesus)?

That should tell you something about the Pope.


Loosed and Bound

Knock, knock.

Knock …

Knock, knock, knock.

Jesus is knocking

Who will let him in?

Man is deaf to his knocks, and will be, until finally one day we DO let him in. That will be the day of his return.

If Christ cannot come in, then by definition the Antichrist is already here — for he is not so much against Christ but in his place, “instead of” Christ.

For when Jesus reigns for 1000 years on earth, Satan (and his accomplices) are shut-out.

The corollary to this is that Jesus is not allowed in, we have made no room for him with our debauched way of life.

And on his place, here on earth, presently, is the Antichrist — the “Instead of Christ” — System, and the False Prophet.

And if Christ is shut out, then by definition the Antichrist and False Prophet are “on the loose”. They remain at large, here on earth and right at this moment.

Hmmm …

A religious figure who remains at large. One let loose to wax greatly.

Who will it be?

In Jesus’ name

Every Little Step

There are not that many choices, or paths, in life. Actually, there are two only. Everything we do is either of the Word, or of the world. Everything.

That means we have a choice with every thought, action, and with every deed. Will it be Christ-centred and manifestly praise The Lord, or will it be world derived and be a step away from The Lord into the realm of idol worship?

The most important question then is always: What is our next step going to be?

It was with this mind that I tell of this lady I saw today:

She has advanced-stage cervical cancer.

She is 40 years old.

She will be lucky to see Christmas.

And then I thought about that. As I thought about her, I thought about Christmas and what it represents.

No. I don’t mean the holiday and gifts. But equally, neither am I talking about what we think it represents — namely the birth of our Lord. For plainly, Christmas is neither of these.

Rather, consider the utterly pagan and filthy, alcohol-fuelled binge of sexual gratification, rape, sacrifice and murder of its Saturnalia origins, imported by the 4th century church in a gratuitous attempt at converting and gaining large numbers of followers.

The precursor to our modern carolling, apparently, was the singing naked in the streets during the week of Saturnalia (17-25 December).