Ipso Facto

This is a post in response to this blog post https://sixthsealministries.wordpress.com/2019/04/22/full-disclosure/

I have nothing to hide and if you have been following me, I do not pretend to be something I am not and especially not about doctrine. This is as transparent as it can get. If there is a grave misunderstanding, I hope the entirety of the exchange will clarify everything. I’m not looking for sympathy. I am doing this to clear whatever air of confusion there might be. My motive for this counterpost is to warn people not to be cajoled into error.

This would be a backwards read so scroll all the way from the bottom to start reading from the beginning of the email exchange.

To the Christians who decide to read this, it is important to also go to the post on top and also the one below.


There are two sides to every story. One is the truth and one is a false narrative. The image is clickable to full size. For clear evidence, NO ONE likes being lied to.

“Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them. It is shameful even to mention what the disobedient do in secret.”

Ephesians 5:11-12

Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves.”

Matthew 7:15

4 thoughts on “Ipso Facto

  1. [Dee said] “I hold to a strictly pre-wrath view. I believe the rapture happens at the sixth seal and is evidenced in Revelation 7:9-17. The seventh seal begins the seven trumpets, which are the beginning of the wrath of God. It’s the view that I believe is most accurately represented, based upon scripture as a whole.”

    First of all, the rapture does not happen at the sixth Seal, that is some crazy interpretation.

    She also said God’s wrath starts at the sound of the seventh trumpet, that makes absolutely no sense since God’s wrath starts with the first Seal and onward.

    To me personally, this is a flat-out LIE, [her quote] “It’s the view that I believe is most accurately represented, based upon scripture as a whole.”

    The Bible says no such thing, she is making that up.

    The question then becomes, if a person understands the Book of Revelation all that twisted and wrong, what about the rest of Scripture?

    In chapter 1 of Revelation, Scripture says that a person who reads the Book and keeps [understands it] is blessed. Jesus wants us to truly grasp the meaning of the Book of Revelation because we are close to it. There are many so-called Christians who are giving weird interpretation to get genuine believers all confused.

    The person you had the discourse about seems that her interpretation does not come from the Holy Spirit. One should be warned, thanks for the heads-up.

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    1. Most of the questionable stuff that was said can really be found at the other guy’s post (both sides are equally questionable!)

      What I find alarming here is she alludes to her authority by asserting her view is “most accurately represented” while she says Charles Stanley “has never delved into eschatology to any deep degree” as if she knows what the man does in his own time.

      I accept differences in opinion, we will always have that, but I will not promote someone’s material especially if they hold to something I do not agree especially when it comes to End times.

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