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'Experts' Pushing the idea that believing in End Times Prophecy leads to Violence! [message #552] Wed, 25 November 2015 09:03 Go to next message
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"Many experts agree that terrorists in the group that calls itself the Islamic State believe they are waging an end-times battle against the West, and the Nov. 13 Paris attacks are just the latest chapter ... Apocalyptic believers desperately want to cleanse what they see as a corrupt and sinful world. While they are not all violent, the more imminent the apocalypse is believed to be, the more potential for destructive actions ... Apocalyptic thought is unbelievably disruptive."

Anyone who believes and preaches the truth on end times prophecy will be labelled as a 'terrorist'. The Papacy wants to outlaw any truth on the end times being preached, because Bible prophecy reveals the Papacy as being antichrist that the world will be deceived and forced into worshiping (see Revelation 13). And no, ISIS are not living in accordance with end times prophecy. They are a group of wicked men who do not know the Lord, and are merely a tool that the western leaders are using to bring about their desired goal - WORLD ORDER, led by the Pontiff in the Vatican!


Proverbs 14:22, "Do they not err that devise evil? but mercy and truth shall be to them that devise good."


Genesis 31:49, "...The Lord watch between me and thee, when we are absent one from another."

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Re: 'Experts' Pushing the idea that believing in End Times Prophecy leads to Violence! [message #575 is a reply to message #552] Sat, 28 November 2015 11:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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So these experts believe that because one group of people is violent, then all the rest who share some of the same beliefs should be treated as terrorists and criminals as well. By their own logic then, every vegetarian, animal cruelty free business, etc. should be lumped together with PETA, who commits violent acts all the time for their beliefs. And what about the violent riots at the "Black Lives Matter" protests this year? Should all African Americans be slapped with the fines and jail time for the actions of a few? Their logic is self-serving nonsense.

What a flimsy excuse for squashing the Loud Cry!
Re: 'Experts' Pushing the idea that believing in End Times Prophecy leads to Violence! [message #576 is a reply to message #575] Sat, 28 November 2015 12:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hear that? We're terrorists now. Cuz we terrify Satan. Laughing

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Re: 'Experts' Pushing the idea that believing in End Times Prophecy leads to Violence! [message #754 is a reply to message #552] Tue, 12 January 2016 20:04 Go to previous message
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Well this is ironic... ISIS prophecy is rather godless, as their version of prophecy, if I remember correctly, states that jihad will continue until they get to Rome, and then their demonic version of Jesus will help them conquer Rome (of course, the same demon that inspired the Muslims also "conquered" Rome in the Vatican many years ago). Their prophecy is, plain and simple, a battle plan, not a foretelling of what God will do, so of course their "prophecy" will lead to violence.
With Christian prophecy, however, God is the primary actor, meting out justice and plagues on the evil doers, and grace upon his faithful servants, who simply must obey him, preach the gospel, and live with Christ's peace.
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