The New World Order Is Not A Conspiracy Theory

Before you label me a conspiracy nut, go and read the entire chapter of Revelation 13 if you haven’t already.

Saw this a few months ago, not too old actually since this video came out this year but for some reason, today is the day I felt like writing about it. Maybe it’s getting very close to becoming our day to day reality? The pope’s Ecumenical Movement sounds like a dream come true doesn’t it? Who in the world wouldn’t want every human on the face of the planet set aside differences and learn to coexist in harmony? Who isn’t tired of atrocities done in the name of religion? Before you get carried away with the utopia, let’s take in what Jesus Himself said…

“I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.”

John 14:6

This statement is removed from sounding anywhere near inclusive. If a mere man, Pope Francis appears to sound godly and holy and teach people to contradict what is revealed to us in Scripture, that man does not have God, but the spirit of the antichrist.

“Anyone who runs ahead and does not continue in the teaching of Christ does not have God; whoever continues in the teaching has both the Father and the Son.”

2 John 1:9

Pope Francis goes on to say in the video, “We are all God’s children.” If what he’s saying is true, why would Jesus say to the Pharisees, “You belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desires” in John 8:44? We all bear the image of God but obviously, not all choose to do God’s will. Only those who don’t contradict the teachings of Christ do God’s will.

We can love unbelievers by telling them the truth, but we have to go about doing that with extreme caution, and being mindful of staying true to our core beliefs when it comes to the deity and supremacy of Christ.

When you research Pope Francis’ efforts in bringing about the unification of all people and he is close to achieving it at an alarming rate, no matter how noble it is, you have to remember this is part of the eschatological sequence of events to usher in the new agenda. This agenda does not come from the One True God but the god of the underworld.

You weren’t bought at a price through Christ’s ultimate sacrifice from your life of sin simply to sit back and watch people get deluded into this One World agenda. When God gives you the platform to share the truth, do not take it for granted. Millions of souls treading in the broad path are hanging on the balance and He handpicked you to become a messenger of His truth. He equipped you through the Holy Spirit to proclaim boldly.

“Be merciful to those who doubt; save others by snatching them from the fire; to others show mercy, mixed with fear—hating even the clothing stained by corrupted flesh.”

Jude 1:22-23

Truth cannot be compromised. To coexist with those who worship a false deity is compromising truth. Agreeing to disagree on non Salvific issues in an amicable and diplomatic way is THE ONLY way and this cannot accompany agreeing that we all call to the same God because the God we worship makes a clear distinction of who He is from every false god there is out there. If we tell people about Jesus and they don’t listen, we do not force our beliefs. Jesus advises that we shake the dust of our feet and move on. Each and every person have to choose for themselves employing their God-given free will. In this manner, people are accountable of their choice which is tied to their eternal destiny.

God’s love is such that He doesn’t impose Himself on people. He desires communion with a person who freely chooses Him.

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4 thoughts on “The New World Order Is Not A Conspiracy Theory

  1. Regarding preaching the gospel, scripture is clear according to 1 Corinthians 9:16 which states, “For if I preach the gospel, I have no reason to boast, because an obligation is placed on me. And woe to me if I do not preach the gospel!”
    The Greek word for “woe” is ouai (oo-ah’-ee) and it means: grief or denunciation (condemnation).
    Those who claim to be a Christian and don’t want to preach the truth are sinning. Woe to the Christian who does not want to share the good news that saved him to others.

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  2. Indeed. We take the opportunity when it is presented to us, but for one to go out of their way to say they are not called to tell people about Christ, hmmm, definitely something iffy there.

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