James A Eichenlaub
Stop Accepting - Start Thinking
"Repeat a lie often enough, and it becomes the truth” is a law of propaganda often attributed to the Nazi Joseph Goebbels." (How liars create the ‘illusion of truth’) By Tom Stafford 26th October 2016)
When Jesus, the Messiah, arrived on Earth, people were skeptical of him and his claim. He spent several years proving to them by word and deed that he truthfully was the bringer of truth and the King of God's kingdom. But most importantly, he is the one who could redeem lost humanity.
After convincing our original parents that he could rule better than our Creator, Satan had his way with Earth and humanity.
Claiming that God was lying, he convinced Eve that she would not die and that he, Satan, could give them a better life.
With what result? A life of selfish greed, like himself, where decadence and immorality are the norms. Where war, hatred, and power-mad, demonically controlled religious leaders play with the lives of people, confusing and misleading them.
Now, thousands of years have passed, and we have to face the fact that neither man nor woman can resolve the ills of this planet. "It is not left to man who is walking, even to direct his step." Jeremiah 10:23
Jesus left Earth in 33CE and told his Disciples:
"While it is daytime, we must do the works of Him who sent Me. Night is coming, when no one can work. While I am in the world, I am the light of the world.” (John 9:4)
Spiritual darkness. The light left the world, and darkness descended. We are living through that time when "no one can work." STOP BELIEVING THE LIES OF THE ANTICHRIST!
By all appearances and indications, The Great Tribulation began in 325CE when the Roman Antichrist began to rule under Satan's leadership. (Earthquakes, famines, wars, and rumors of wars, all of which we have seen since Christ departed and the antichrist began to rule. It is increasing as time passes.) Matthew 24:15-16 - Mark 13:14
SO WE ARE NOT WAITING FOR IT: WE ARE LIVING IN THE MIDST OF IT!
Now, in our condition of darkness, where it is evident that no man knows the truth or where to find it, the only hope we have is to remain faithful to Christ by understanding and acknowledging his sacrifice, do the best we can to show love to God and our neighbor, and pray for that Kingdom to begin its rulership. (Matthew 6:9,10)