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Again, it is not my desire to offend any genuine believers who historically claimed the title of Christian, but I admonish you to take a closer look at what I call, the deception of the very elect. Now in the previous chapter we established the Outlook Jesus had of religion, and how often times in his ministry on earth he quarreled with the religious leaders of his day. Now this may come as a shock to some, but I challenge anyone to look closer at the Scriptures and prove me wrong. Jesus’s one message to the masses was simply the kingdom of God, which I believe is better translated as the god-kingdom, and that he was the way back to a direct connection with the father. Mankind is the only spiritual being that carry the image and likeness of the Most High. Often times I wonder why his message does not seem to line up with most Christians today. Jesus taught the kingdom of God (god-kingdom), not follow me or I’m going to kill you. Jesus never forced himself on anyone. So what I am about to say may come as a shock to many but I think it’s important to finally open our eyes, and let’s take a closer look at what has really happened. Let’s look at what Jesus said in Matthew 24:3 and as he set upon the Mount of Olives the disciples came unto him privately saying, tell us when shall these things be? And what of thy coming? And of the end of the world? Before we go any further I would like to point out that the disciples asked Jesus three questions. 4 And Jesus said number 5.for many shall come in my name saying I am Christ and shall deceive many.6.and ye shall hear of wars and rumors of wars: see that he be not trouble: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. 7 four nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilence, and earthquakes in divers places. 8 all these things are the beginning of sorrows. 9 then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all 10 and then shall he be offended, and shall betray one another, and shall hate one another. 11 and many false prophets shall rise, and shall deceive many. 12 and because iniquity shall abound, the love of many shall wax cold. 13 but he that shall endure until the in, the same shall be saved. 14 and this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then the end shall come. 15 when he therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place, ( who so read it, let him understand: ) 16 then let them which be in Judea flee into the mountains: 17 let him which is on the house top not come down to take anything out of his house: 18 neither let him which is in the field returned back to take his clothes. 19 and woe unto them that are with child, and to who that give suck in those days! 20 but pray he that your flight be not in the winter neither on the Sabbath: 21 four then shall be great tribulations, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be. 22 and except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the very elect’s sake those days shall be shortened. 23 then if any man shall say unto you, low, here is Christ, or their believe it not. 24 for there shall arise false Christ, and false prophets, and shall show great signs and wonders; and so much that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect. 25 behold, I told you before. 26 wherefore if they shall say unto you, behold, he is in the desert; go not fourth: behold, he is in the secret chambers; believe it not 27 for as lightning cometh out of the East, & it’s even shineth even unto the West; so she’ll also the coming of the Son of Man be. Jesus clearly, that when he comes back, everyone on earth will see him, so movies like left behind goes directly against the very words of Jesus. Now this passage of Scripture has always struck a strange chord with me now in light of Christ never calling anyone Christians, the disciples not referring to themselves as Christians, or even the apostle Paul never referring to himself as a Christian, could it possibly be that Christ was referring to people doing heinous acts under the false flag name of Christianity? Now looking back in history at European imperialism and colonization movements, millions of people suffered at the hands of evil people representing themselves as Christians. These evil individuals committed genocide on millions of people. The African continent has suffered greatly at this antichrist (against Christ) activity. What about the Africans enslaved, and other innocent people around the world taught to love a white graven image that they called Jesus. In the book of Revelation 13:14-16 it is clear that the antichrist system was going to impose an image that will be forced upon people to worship or face death. That really doesn’t sound like a Son of God’s message at all. So that makes that an anti-Christ movement, because Christ did not endorse that kind of behavior. These people claimed to be his followers. Some went as far to say that Jesus sent them to do it. So which one of these acts lined up with the message of Christ. Now, I completely understand that other religious groups have also committed horrible acts of violence to innocent people, in the name of whatever religion they claim, but Jesus was very clear in saying, there will be acts done in his name. Another thought that always crossed my mind was why the white washing of the Christian portraits. Was that a deliberate act to deceive? It’s clear that the geographical location, of most characters in the Bible has never been represented fairly in most Christian circles. Even characters that we know come from parts of the world that are known for their dark skin, were always depicted as blonde haired blue-eyed people. Wouldn’t that be considered a graven image? How can a Christian organization endorse over 400 years of slavery of another race under the Christian flag. How could the same group of people murder people for reading the Bible in Europe for centuries? Come up with the bye and bye doctrine, while they raped, robbed people of their home land, and killed in the here and now. Does anyone else have a problem with this besides me? How does a cross, that was meant to be a symbol of victory and sacrificial love, become used as a symbol of fear and terrorism? In our religiosity did we just choose to look the other way? Time after time we discover racially motivated slants and lies on Scripture by people carrying the Christian flag. Does not the bible call God, the father of all creation? Where did the division come from in mankind? What makes Cane want to kill his brother? If blood has been shed claiming to be done in the name of Christ, how is this not an antichrist movement when Christ said himself, his reason for coming was to give his life for the world (every ethnicity). John 3:16 says for God so love the world that he gave his only begotten son that whosoever believes in him shall not perish but have everlasting life. So if Christ died for all people, healed the sick, raise the dead, gave to the poor, how is it that individuals claiming they follow Christ, leave such a huge trail of bloody rape and murders. How, with a good conscience, can a true believer continue to share a name with people that have committed such terrible acts? Again, no one in the Bible, not Jesus, not the disciples, or even the apostle Paul ever claimed the name of Christianity. So for the record I know a lot of believers who have innocently fallen into the mode of using the name Christianity, to me it is just a title and God’s most precious creation cannot be defined by a title, but I admonish you to look further inside yourself and ask yourself, am I one of the very elect that has been deceived? I am willing to admit, that I was in the same boat as other genuine believers, who unknowingly shared this name. I would no longer share a name that Jesus never endorsed, that the disciples never claimed, or the apostle Paul adheres to. I’m going to say for the record, if we look at the history of the Christian flag and all of its subsidiary denominations, and ask ourselves, what’s Christ-like about them. Christ’s is about unity yet they seem to be about division. Christ gave his life for many yet these Christians seem to take many lives. I find that really ironic.

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