“The myth of altruism and generosity surrounding Mother Teresa is dispelled in a paper by Serge Larivée and Genevieve Chenard of University of Montreal’s Department of Psychoeducation and Carole Sénéchal of the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Education. The paper will be published in the March issue of the journal Studies in Religion/Sciences religieuses and is an analysis of the published writings about Mother Teresa.”

A Canadian study conducted by Serge Larivée, Department of psychoeducation, University of Montreal, Carole Sénéchal, Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa, and Geneviève Chénard, Department of psychoeducation, University of Montreal. http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2013-03/uom-mta022813.php



WASHINGTON, D.C. — Hundreds of millions of Christians have suffered discrimination or even persecution in lands as diverse as China and India, but mostly in countries where Islam is the top religion.

Despite this, persecution of Christians is one topic the American public doesn’t hear much about. One possible reason: an anti-Christian bias among Western elites.

These Western elites often control the media and educational institutions that spread information to the general public.

But they rarely cover or discuss the reality that Christians may well be the most persecuted religious group on the planet. It has been estimated that Christians number some 2.2 billion people. Harassment of them can range from loss of life to loss of livelihood.

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The Image of the Beast

Many people get off track when they refer to Babylon as one particular entity. In actuality Babylon represents the kingdoms of this world, which have all one by one fallen and the last kingdom of this world will fall too. The image that the Babylonian king saw was an image of some of the greater of the kingdoms of this world, which revelations tell us will all fall. When the last image was crushed at the feet the whole image fell. This is to signify that the kingdoms of this world are finished and now will come the kingdom of our Lord. Then the seventh angel sounded: And there were loud voices in heaven, saying, “The kingdoms of this world have become the kingdoms of our Lord and of His Christ, and He shall reign forever and ever!” Revelation 11:15

The image of the beast is 666, is the number of a man. This is both literal and metaphorical. 7 in the Hebrew is the number of perfection, so the 7th angel comes in and announces the kingdom of our Lord as an everlasting kingdom.

Babylon is referred to in scriptures as: a nation, a mystery religion, and a literal city. When you take a look at all three you can see 666. Man’s physical achievements, man’s religious ideologies, and man’s economic system. Now, I am not saying that there is no literal mark, because there is and the bible makes it clear that this mark is also an economic mark, BUT the mark of the beast is also a spiritual mark.

It seems however that some people are given the interpretation in part, but the Lord has so graciously revealed to me how they all fit together. If you keep in mind, this 3 part connection, you wont be confused by the different takes on Babylon because they are all correct, in part. I ask you to test what the lord has shown me and if you disagree that’s fine, but for those who see what I am seeing, Maranatha!

Babylon is literal and Spiritual.

Literal Babylon-Babylon in Iraq….tower of babble -ancient prelude to OWG

Mystery Babylon(spiritual) -Ecumenicalism headed by Rome OWChurch

The nation Babylon- USA and her kingdoms OWG instigators

“Star of David” is an Occult Sign

The so called “star of David” is an occult sign and not a sign of the Jewish people. That star is really the star of Solomon who was involved with idolatry. There is no Biblical or Jewish evidence that traces this ancient occult symbol with king David. There is evidence that the star was used by king Solomon, after he turned to pagan gods and the occult. Jewish Kabbalists who are occultists use the star and they are responsible for its institution as the flag of Israel. That star is not in the bible as a Jewish symbol. It represents anti Christ who will set up his throne in the new temple built by the Jews which is a slap in the face to Jesus the true Messiah and the true sacrifice for sins.

Christians who support this star are supporting anti christ.

The False Doctrine of Dominionism


The False Doctrine of Dominionism

1. The Gospel of Salvation is by faith in Jesus Christ and His shed blood on the cross. The emphasis is placed upon repentance and conversion of individual souls. The Kingdom of God in this age is spiritual and grows through efforts of evangelism based on teaching the Bible. It is “not of this world” (John 18:36), but a spiritual rule in the hearts of men (Luke 17:20-21). Furthermore, the Kingdom of God is only finally realized upon Christ’s second return to Earth, whereby He Himself establishes His literal and physical reign.

2. The Scripture speaks of a type of separation between Church and State that forbids unholy coalitions. When a financial Church-State question was posed by the chief priests and scribes to the Lord Jesus Christ, He answered, “Render therefore unto Caesar the things which be Caesar’s, and unto God the things that be God’s” (Luke 20:25) While believers have a responsibility to obey the laws and rulers of the land (Romans 13), they are also required to “obey God rather than man” (Acts 5:29), especially when the truth of the Gospel message is at stake.

3. The doctrines of Restoration are rooted in the earth. Their basis is the (false) teaching that man must take dominion of this earth and change it for the better before Jesus can come. However, This system requires obedience to Law. If any system of religion is going to be introduced worldwide, amongst many who offer only a token submission to it, obviously that religion must be strongly enforced and governed by rules and regulations. In fact, the religion proposed by Restoration (and other) Christian movements for world transformation today is one closely modeled on the Old Testament Law.

4. In order to provide biblical proof of their role as earth saviors and law-givers, and in order to support their claim to be the Kingdom of God on earth, Restoration leaders have to pirate the Old Testament promises of God to the nation of Israel and make them apply to the Church.

5.They have gone on record as saying that Israel has no further place in God’s future plan for blessing the nations, nor will the ‘kingdom’ promises of the OT come to pass specifically for Israel, but only by and through the Church. The Jews rejected their Messiah, they say, and so forfeited their inheritance. But God, who can never lie nor break His Word, has promised specific material blessings of land, prosperity, nationhood, peace and victory to the literal nation of Israel in the future. These promises have never been fulfilled and can only be fulfilled in the context of a re-gathering and spiritual resurrection of Jews in the literal land of Israel. [Jer 31:35-37]

The emphasis on earthly triumph for the Church and long years of victorious rule to precede the Lord’s Coming removes the need to ‘watch and pray’ and be ready for that Day. Many sensitive Christians are aware that the signs leading up to the Second Coming of the Lord Jesus are being fulfilled in this generation, and that – in fact – the Coming may be very soon indeed. If so, we ought to be on our guard against laxity and deception, as Jesus warned. But Restoration doctrine promises ultimate triumph for the Church instead of the tribulation of the endtimes prophesied in the Word, and so encourages a careless attitude.

7. Restoration teaching places the binding of evil, and the ‘dominion’ of the righteous, at the FIRST coming of the Lord, it radically adjusts our understanding of the book of Revelation and the other prophecies of the End. According to this scheme, the Tribulation, Antichrist, Apostasy and so forth are placed historically in the PAST, or else are made out to be symbolic interpretations of ordinary antagonism against the victorious Church. The Restoration understanding of prophecy is largely POST-millennial. That is, it places the Return of Christ AFTER the reign of righteousness and peace. Therefore, what is now expected is not tribulation but triumph. This is very dangerous, especially as the scripture warns that, before Jesus returns, a world leader claiming to be Messiah will arise. [2 Thess 2:3,4] It may be that Restoration Christians, unaware of the true prophetic calendar, will accept this man as Christ.

8. Dominionism denies the sovereignty of the Godhead.
Restoration doctrine claims that Jesus CANNOT return until all His enemies have been put under the feet of the Church, (including death, presumably). His coming is not at the appointed time ordained by God, as scripture says [Acts 1:7] but must wait on the preparations made for Him by the Church, for the world must be evangelised and saved and the Bride must be totally united and without spot or wrinkle when He comes. However, the Bible states that very few will be ready when Jesus comes, and that the purification of the Bride is a work of the Holy Spirit, not Christian leaders. [Luke 18:8/Matt 7:14]

9. In order to establish world dominion, Restoration teaching must be unvaried and universal, and this cannot be done without the obedience of all its followers. Thus, a system of leadership [discipleship] must be introduced to ensure every Christian is under authority and unable to err from the teaching. This excludes from the ‘one world kingdom’ all those who disagree with Restoration teaching. In effect, it disinherits all other Christians from the Body of Christ. Indeed, some restoration fellowships teach that their Church is the only valid one, that the door to salvation is through the Church, [not Jesus Christ the Saviour!] and that everyone outside of the system is outside of the Kingdom of God.

10. It replaces Jesus with the Church.
In an effort to strengthen the claims of the Church on earth, as a Kingdom and Authority to be obeyed, Restoration doctrine has come close to replacing Lord Jesus with His Body. The properties, abilities and authority of Jesus are made over to the visible Body on earth and His functions as Head and Government, Shepherd and King are taken over by Church elders (on His behalf, they say!). Then, it becomes the responsibility OF THE CHURCH to destroy the wicked and establish the Kingdom on earth. This leads to human arrogance and rivalry, and replaces obedience to God with submission to the Church.

11. It is quite simply an idolatrous system very similar to Catholicism, with leadership that cant be questioned, control, and undermining of scriptures. A man made end time false doctrine that takes the focus from Jesus and the cross to the 5 fold ministry and church and member elitism.

12. The align themselves with Rome and are members of the ecumenical groups.

Banner Ministries,

Evangelical Christians Classified as Terrorists

Soldiers attending a pre-deployment briefing at Fort Hood say they were told that evangelical Christians and members of the Tea Party were a threat to the nation and that any soldier donating to those groups would be subjected to punishment under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

A soldier who attended the Oct. 17th briefing told me the counter-intelligence agent in charge of the meeting spent nearly a half hour discussing how evangelical Christians and groups like the American Family Association were “tearing the country apart.”

http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2013/10/23/does-army-consider-christians-tea-party-terror-threat/ 1aimagesCA62JWBO