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American Fascism Is Here

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GM, Student Loans, EPA dictates, ObamaCare and now “Income Inequality” – Obama has fundamentally transformed America into a Marxist/Fascist State.

“Of all tyrannies a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good
of its victim may be the most oppressive. It may be better to live
under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies.
The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may
at some point be satiated, but those who torment us for our own good
will torment us without end for they do so with the approval
of their own conscience.” – C.S. Lewis

The evidence is right in front of you.  The marriage of large corporations and government cronyism in exchange for government protection from government regulation is standard practice in the age of Obama.  ObamaCare will probably be the first real pain you feel under this totalitarian system forced upon us by evil men acting under the color of law with a compliant media and legislature in cooperation with big business to control every aspect of your life.  And like all things run by government – it fails miserably in contrast to real market principles.  Unless the designs themselves are to create misery so as to further government power later.

ObamaCare was designed to do only one thing: collapse the existing health insurance market and force everyone to clamor for government-run healthcare.  The fact the website still doesn’t work is irrelevant.  It was never intended to work.  The fact Obama has not met with HHS Frau Direktor Sebelius once in over 3 years is irrelevant. The “law” forcing the collapse of private health insurance is what is the most important aspect of the “law”.

With that, it has succeeded beyond even what the Communist Party USA thought possible, and so the push to demand government take over the entire healthcare industry are being made.

From one manufactured crisis to yet another ’cause’ the media will parrot – while it ‘appears’ Obama has a black eye from the ObamaCare web woes, His Heinous jumped right into raw Marxism, furthering Class Warfare with a speech declaring “income inequality” as being the ‘defining challenge of our time’.

What we have now, is a Marxist imposing Fascism, which if we will be honest about what it is that Obama has transformed us into – is a MarxoFascist state.

America’s Fascist Movement

In an age prone to political overstatement, words have a tendency to lose their currency. How many times in the 21st century have we heard words like “tyranny” or “totalitarian” thrown around in reference to the essentially stable world of American politics?

When the rhetoric clearly outpaces the reality, such pronouncements become meaningless – and we begin to assume that anyone who talks in such foreboding terms is at least slightly unhinged.

The danger, however, is that dismissing the Chicken Littles will lead us to reflexively ignore even legitimate concerns if they’re sufficiently dire – and that’s a problem because some of our national challenges really are that dramatic.

Case in point: the rising tide of fascism in American life.

To properly understand the threat, we must first strip the word of its non-essential connotations. One of the reasons that “fascism” has become such a toxic term is because of its deep-rooted association with Nazi Germany.

While Adolf Hitler’s reign certainly rested on a fascist substrate, that doesn’t mean that there’s anything going on in modern America that even remotely resembles the undiluted evil of the Third Reich. Nor is it necessarily of a piece with Benito Mussolini’s Italy. Those were aggressive, expansionist, malevolent forms of fascism. If anything, ours is a bland, therapeutic iteration.

So what then do we mean by fascism?

In essence, the fascist system is one that rejects any limiting principle upon government. In Mussolini’s famous formulation it stands for “Everything within the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state.” That notion, of course, is irreconcilable with the conception of America advanced by the Founding Fathers. Theirs was a government of limited powers, with decision-making decentralized through federalism and the protection of individual liberties.

The fascist notion essentially assumes the infallibility of the state. The American alternative – recognizing that “the state” is nothing more than the flawed human beings who administer it – not only assumes fallibility, but also designs the entire system of government to quarantine its effects.

The more time goes by, however, the more those ramparts are breached. Beginning with the Progressive movement of the early 20th century, there was a concerted effort to erode limits on government power. It continued through the New Deal and the Great Society, and manifests itself in the present day in the government expansion overseen by President Obama and his liberal acolytes around the country.

We should note here a key distinction: Not all expansions of government are necessarily indicative of fascism. The hallmark of fascism is destroying the space that exists between the individual and the state; it’s a desire to crush civil society, the mechanism that allows free people to voluntarily organize on their own terms for their own purposes.

Particularly in America, such efforts usually don’t stem from people explicitly lusting for power. Rather, it’s often the work of do-gooders whose desire to create a better society inevitably leads them to strip away the freedoms of those who don’t share their vision.

Take, for instance, the increasing attacks on the right to free association. The New Mexico Supreme Court recently found that an Albuquerque couple that refused to photograph a lesbian commitment ceremony on the basis of their Christian beliefs had violated the state’s human rights law. An analogy can be made with ObamaCare’s insistence that religious employers provide access to contraception for their employees.

In both cases, one could disagree with the underlying views without accepting the notion that individuals should be compelled, by force of the law, to violate their deepest religious beliefs to satisfy government’s notion of “The Good.”

The freedom of religion is an essentially meaningless concept if that freedom is only operative in situations where it aligns with the values of the governing class.

One sees this impulse for the state to order private relations at every turn. What is ObamaCare if not an attempt to get doctors and patients – which is to say everyone in the country – to conduct one of life’s most private activities, medical treatment, along the lines of government dictates? What is Common Core, the proposal to create national educational standards, if not an attempt to snuff out competing views on what children need to learn to become fully intellectually formed?

The reach of government even goes so far as dictating the offerings and calorie content of school lunches under First Lady Michelle Obama’s Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act (which is currently touching off a rebellion in schools throughout the nation).

That may seem a trifling example if you’re thinking of fascism in terms of brownshirts. For our purposes, however, its marginal importance is precisely the point.

Civil society can’t meaningfully exist with a state so expansive that it sees plucking the cheeseburger out of your child’s hands as a legitimate application of government power.

The Founding Fathers gave us a limited government of enumerated powers, constructed around the notion of protecting individual liberty. What we are currently cultivating, however, is a government that presumes to overrule the church on matters of faith, to overrule your doctor on matters of health, and to overrule parents on matters of childrearing. “Everything within the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state.”

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The Revolution Is At Our Door

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As the American experiment with liberty collapses into tyranny, a very real bloodbath stands in wait

The American War of Independence and the French Revolution.  Two revolutions against state authority and tyranny.  Two completely different outcomes.

Why?

In attempting to answer the question of where his native nation of France went wrong, Alexis DeToqueville summed up in Democracy in America, that America’s greatness could be found in our churches, and that the day America ceased to be good (and moral), she would cease to be great.  He was stating what John Adams himself had declared when he wrote: “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people.  It is wholly inadequate for the governance of any other (people)”.

It is not lost on any right-thinking American that our nation has ceased to be a moral or religious nation and has ceased to be good.  MarxoFascists and Leftists have been busy redefining morality and what is good for the better part of five decades, and their cultural revolution has paved the way for their hoped-for Marxist revolution against Capitalism and individual liberty.  Running on the induced self-loathing of America that has been soaked into the minds of public school and college students since the 1960′s, the culture war has been lost to Leftists.  Coupled with a complete brainwashing of Communist/Socialist propaganda by Leftist Teachers and their Communist Unions being taught as the only true morality and fairness, Obama’s army of disgruntled welfare class dependents and media stooges, are openly calling for the deaths of Americans they hate.

At the other end of the spectrum, lovers of our liberty and Constitution see this as a direct threat to freedom.  The actions of the Obama regime and Democrat MarxoFascists in Congress; the impending nullification of the Second Amendment is spurning the exponentially accelerated talk of revolution against the counter-revolutionaries of the Obama-Left.

War it appears, is on our doorstep.

Revolution may sound romantic – but it is anything but.  It often descends into a bloodbath of horrors and terror that end up being waged by those not grounded in religious principles.  It would do us all well to read the following essay by Daniel Greenfield and contemplate what is being stoked among us, and is standing upon our doorsteps.

And This Is Revolution

Daniel Greenfield @ the Sultan Knish blog

There are a few things worth knowing about revolutions. Most people don’t participate in them, even if the history books often make it seem otherwise. Revolutions are thought up by small groups of people who then make it everyone’s business. Or alternately they don’t. And those are the revolutions that never happen.

Most people, at any given time and place, are dissatisfied with the government and believe, rightly, that whoever is in charge is guilty of stealing from them, oppressing them and making it impossible for them to live their lives in peace. And they also believe that things are not likely to get any better. Hope is a vanishing emotion that dissipates easily in the drudgery of ordinary everyday work. It may be taken out for a spin on historical occasions, but then it goes back into the barn where it sits for a while gathering dust until it is needed again.

There are however some known crossroads of revolution. A successful revolution usually doesn’t happen among the thoroughly repressed. Those people tend to lack the motivation and skills to face down a modern army. When the peasants revolt, they can often be tricked into going home with some false promises and free beer. It worked more often with the serfs in European history than you would think. It’s the middle class that you really have to watch out for.

People are not at their most dangerous when they’re eating bread crusts and hoping that they won’t die tomorrow. By then they’re often broken, perhaps not individually, but as a society. It wasn’t the people on the collective farms who challenged Soviet tanks in Moscow. Nor was it the Chinese farmers, now being bulldozed off their land, sometimes literally, who stood up to the tanks in Tienanmen Square.

The most dangerous people are the ones who have tasted enough freedom and prosperity to want to keep it. They don’t think their leaders are godlike and they have enough education and competence to think the heretical thought that just about anybody could do the same job as the king, the emperor, the czar or the president. They have experience enough upward mobility to understand that a man’s place in the world isn’t fixed. It can and should be changed. And that is what distinguishes them from the serf. That is what makes them so dangerous.

Authority works best when it isn’t challenged. Ceremony, whether it is that of an emperor or any lesser rank, invests authority with mystical force. Peer pressure and social conformity employ horizontal pressures to keep everyone in their place. Secret police and ranks of informers allow the regime to project an illusion of omnipotent force that seems to be everywhere at once. Reigns of terror create examples to intimidate anyone who might think of challenging the regime.

Revolutions strip away these illusions. The secret police run for cover or comically march out with clubs and guns against mobs, and get beaten to a pulp. The neighbor who rats on everyone sits home and stews in front of the television. And then the regime has no choice but to call on the army and hope that it still retains enough control over the officers and that the officers still have enough control over their men to do the bloody work of winning a civil war.

The army test is the acid test of a regime because it exposes the actual level of power of the regime, which relies entirely on its officer corps and its grunts to be willing to shoot people in the street. In Russia, the army proved unwilling to kill a bunch of civilians to protect a coup by their own superiors leading to the end of the Soviet Union and the fall of Communism.

After generations of worldwide terror, the great red beast was reduced to relying on the willingness of a handful of Russian kids in tanks to run over protesters. The kids, who had grown up on Western rock and roll, listening to old men preach about a coming revolution that was already older than the oldest man they had ever seen, while the echoes of capitalist dreams leaked through the Iron Curtain, chose to sit this one out. And Communism died in the streets of Moscow.

But where the Soviet Union fell, the Chinese Communist Party succeeded because they had men who were willing to run over other men with tanks. After all the great debates and posturing, the fate of hundreds of millions of people came down to the same things that all revolutions come down to, not cogent arguments or complex theories, but the willingness of some men to kill other men for a cause.

Communism also died in China. It had to. But the leadership class remained in power and their princes made it into a hereditary dynasty. In Iran, protests were pitted against the guns of the Revolutionary Guard. The regime won, but at the cost of shifting power to the Revolutionary Guard. In Syria, each side escalated, found foreign backers and is fighting a war in which the most ruthless bastards are winning. That is how the Communists ended up winning in Russia, but not after a long bout of murderous warfare in which all sides did horrible things and painted the land red. Any Russian naval officers with a sense of history watching the whole thing happen from a portside cafe are probably remembering how the same thing went down in the land of red snow.

It’s the aspiring middle class that begins revolutions, but when they turn bloody enough, then they usually aren’t the ones who inherit them. An ascending middle class begins revolutions to protect its privileges, only to see those revolutions hijacked by the fanatics, who to be fair, often began them, the lawyers who want to be executioners, the demagogues who fail at everything but street corner tirades and the psychopaths who drift in and then take over.

The American Revolution avoided being overtaken by these types of lunatics, though at times it was a closer thing than anyone realizes. If history had gone a little differently, Aaron Burr could very well have been our Robespierre. And General Lafayette could have been France’s George Washington. Instead the American Revolution stayed in the hands of the people who wanted peace and prosperity, rather than radical social change, and France descended into blood and chaos at the hands of those who thought that revolution was worthless unless it allowed them to completely transform society.

The other kind of revolution, the Bastille kind, has managed to catch up with us. A vast territory and technological revolutions held it at bay for the longest time, but it was the aspiring middle class that eventually allowed itself to be seduced into mortgaging its political power, national integrity and economic freedom to gain an illusory peace and security in the form of a powerful government. And if there to be another revolution against it, it will once again come from the ranks of the middle class.

The American middle class can feel itself sinking. Its prosperity has been stagnating and the jobs are drying up. The educational revolution isn’t doing what it was supposed to, for most, instead it saddled much of the country with even more debt. Debt is the watchword of the present, as it was of France before the Revolution. Everything is in debt and mortgaged to the hilt for everything else. International financial systems have made it possible to spread the pain and bury it in complicated financial transactions and speculation, but that just means the debt is bigger and badder than ever.

The pre-revolutionary middle class can choose between two sets of villains, big government and big business. Both are big, and thus meet the criteria for being worth revolting against, but the choice of villains often comes down to a choice of professions.

The college student who owes insane amounts of money to a complex network of financial institutions for a degree of dubious worth and a credit card whose interest rates are more complicated than the subject she was studying, is likely to sympathize with Occupy Wall Street’s bank baiting. The small businessman who feels like he spends all day filling out forms in order to get other forms to fill out, while seeking his profits being sucked up by the government and its institutions, feels a tug toward the Tea Party.

It’s the anarchist who is closest to the mark when he notes that there really isn’t that much of a distinction between the two. The government bails out the banks with bad money and the banks bail out the government with fake money. Governments and corporations, are run by the same people with the same phony mantra of social justice, that really means showy philanthropy and profitable regs. But then the cynics usually tend to be closer to the mark because faults are easy to find.

The American middle class is caught between two rebellions. One by an urban middle class elite that would like a more closed and regulated society and another by a rural middle class that would like a more open and less regulated society, with the suburbs split in the middle.

Having the cities is not absolutely mandatory for a revolution. The modern American city is a drain that produces very little except bureaucracy and culture. And while the power of those two should not be underestimated, if every major American city were to vanish tomorrow, some of the sciences would be hard hit and the bureaucracy would become decentralized, but most other things would continue on as before.

During the American Revolution holding on to the cities proved next to impossible, because of British naval power and the large concentrations of Loyalists. Even during the Civil War, most Northern cities leaned rather close to the anti-war side. Urban Democrats may lionize Lincoln now, but many of them thought of him, the way that their descendants thought of George W. Bush, as a war criminal with the brain of a monkey who was obsessed with oppressing the common man. Even some liberal Republicans thought of him that way.

But underestimating culture is dangerous. The sort of culture that we have is mostly worthless, but that doesn’t make it any less effective. There is a great distance between Beethoven’s Eroica and Katy Perry singing for Obama, but unlike Beethoven, few modern liberal writers and artists would have the integrity to rip up the title page on learning that their messiah had feet of muck. The Soviet Union fell in part because it lost that sense of cultural momentum, clinging to the Western Canon, while being overwhelmed by the pop trash that now rules Russia. And though it may be trash, cultural innovation creates a sense that we are moving forward. Those on the side of the newest trend seem like they have the answers to the future. Those who aren’t, end up looking like Brezhnev.

Revolutions can be won without that cultural momentum, but it’s harder than ever because culture carries with it that tang of prosperity, that sense that the good times are out there for those who want them. And revolutions tend to fall on the side of prosperity, on the side of an aspiring middle class looking to the future. Culture can be beaten, but it is best beaten with culture. Successful revolutions make their ideas compelling and appealing, not just in words, but in attitudes, in music, in literature and in art. France had Marat and America had the Death of Jane McCrea,

A revolution is part anger and outrage. It is that sense that you are being unfairly treated and that the life you had or could have had is slipping away from you. It is that breath of freedom that you once took and the belief that life on the other side of the wall must be better. It is a narrative, a story that rejects the authority of those in power on moral grounds and on practical ones.

Revolution works best when the authorities are weakened by a transition period, when they were once oppressive, but have been liberalizing, or where they are asserting a new level of authority that the people are not used to. It is in these transition points that revolutions are most effective because the authorities are not ready to cope with them and the people are made bold and desperate by the uncertainty.

Revolutions are not easy, until they begin rolling, and then it seems in retrospect as if they were always inevitable, the way that big things are. It is that explosion of kinetic energy born out of the potential energy of large numbers of people discovering their strength that fills the air with energy. That ionization is what most people associate with freedom, with the inevitable collapse of an old order and the rise of a new order.

At first a few people begin to push against the wall, and then more and more, their numbers growing as wall-pushing suddenly becomes the thing to do, and suddenly the sober men and women who never held with it, who put their faith in protests and petitions, join in. The wall shakes and then it falls.

This is revolution.

 

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Will The Economic Pearl Harbor, Give Rise To A Fascist Global Empire?

As Greece suffers mass bank runs amidst a Euro Collapse, can a global financial collapse give rise to a ‘savior’ who the bible describes as an Anti-Christ?

We live in interesting times indeed.  The way of life most of us have known for the last 70 years, is rapidly ending.  America is being irrevocably damaged and weakened, with a rearrangement of the global powers to fill the void the very short anomaly of Christian Anglo power has occupied for half a millennia.

Beasts are rising on the world.  Each has desires of global dominion to rule with iron fisted brutality on what nations and peoples they see as inferior.

Islam sees their time is at hand to establish a global caliphate.  Marxists and Communists see that their time to crush Capitalism and establish global Communism is at hand.  Germany is positioning themselves to become Europe’s economic landlord.

And while all this is going on to a seemingly oblivious secular people, Christians who have some familiarity with scripture are asking themselves if “This is it”?  Is this the end of the Age?  The time of the end?  The return of Christ?  The beginning of the Great Tribulation?  Or at minimum the rise of the anti-Christ?

Certainly it does not take a prophet to forsee that what is transpiring will lead to the end of the Age of a prosperous American superpower.   A time of the end of free market Capitalism.  And what it harbors is a return of the world the way it prefers itself to be: a world of beastly empires of men, enforcing it’s caste of nobles and serfs upon all.  Ushering in a time of tribulation and dark ages that may well set the stage for the rise of a singular authority and his confederation of nations to rule the globe.

The Ignorant Fisherman has an essay that poses some sobering questions about what is transpiring before us.  While a good essay, this author differs in understanding in that it is not wise to set any dates for a Messianic return of our Lord (Matthew 24:36) or the subscription to the Rapture.  Jesus said specifically in Matthew 24 that His followers would be hated and persecuted of all nations for His name’s sake, and there was no respite from martyring death for the Apostles.  Why should Christians in this time be any different?

As the Marxist fist tightens into absolute oppression and despair, I often wonder whether the Christian body in America will hold onto their faith when they have bought into the notion that nothing bad will befall them or they will get zapped out of here before it all goes down, when their brothers and sisters in the 3rd world; in India, China and in Muslim counties are persecuted and killed for nothing more than their faith.

Will they do the same here when they begin to suffer the same fate Christians in the rest of the world are suffering?

The Fall of the Global Markets and the Rise of the Anti-Christ

Never in the history of the “global markets” has so much been at stake. Markets across the world are on the verge of utter collapse. This is not a hyper, over-the-top assessment or a pessimistic “doom and gloom” perspective. This is only the current reality that many do not want to face.

The current global markets are extremely volatile and highly unstable, reflecting doubt and pessimism about what the future holds in regard to their currencies. In view of the economic crisis in Greece, the Euro at present is tanking hard and is sending great panic and uncertainty throughout the world markets. These markets all affect each other like a “chain gang.” When one is thrown overboard, they all go with it.

“They are doing everything in their power to delay what they know in their hearts is coming, a worldwide global collapse of the markets and currencies”

The British pound is on the verge of being akin to toilet paper. The American dollar is weakening at alarming rates. The price of gold has skyrocketed to new all-time highs. The escalating price of gold shows that people are abandoning the currencies of the world while looking for a more sound financial investment that offers better security. What is most insane here is that many of the world leaders have their “heads in the sand” and are trying to be optimistic despite the sobering realities at hand. They are doing everything in their power to delay what they know in their hearts is coming, a worldwide global collapse of the markets and currencies. What is also devious is that somewhere – in the smoked-filled back rooms – are opportunists just waiting to fill the void that will be left after a global collapse with a seizure of absolute power and fascist control. The time honored principle holds that history always repeats itself and nothing is new under the sun (Eccl. 1:9).

The financial crisis in Greece is just a small microcosm of what is coming our way. As countries are spending and printing more currency than the worth it possesses, national debts are skyrocketing. The realities are dreadfully sobering. The present markets are so unstable that a significant crisis could send the markets into a freefall of doom. Just one key act of terrorism, just one key natural disaster, just one key global crisis will cause a chain reaction of panic and fear that will erupt into the world markets and propel them into a fatal tailspin which will bankrupt the world. How close have we actually been in avoiding these catalytic acts in America these last couple of years? (link)

Those Who Have Eyes to See

For the serious student of the Bible – especially those who study Biblical prophecy and end- time events – the table is fully set ….

…  Sadly, as we are at the very doorstep of these events, the majority of world is absolutely oblivious to and clueless about what is to soon transpire. They remain comfortably numb in their delusional, narcissistic and subjective state of ignorance and feel optimistically secure and protected in their paper-walled houses as the world is about to go headlong off a cliff.

However, the Word of God states:

For you yourselves know full well that the day of the Lord will come just like a thief in the night. For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape (1 Thess. 5:2-3).

The Cause and The Effect

When the Dollar and Euro finally implode under the massive weight of debt, it will send a chain reaction throughout the global markets. Since the markets are all interwoven, they will go down like a house of cards. The world’s reaction will be that of absolute fear and panic. This fear and panic will send shock waves through the world’s investors, markets and traders causing even greater trauma and ruin. There are only two securities in this world that people can trust in. One is money (or mammon) and the other is the Person of Almighty God. An individual can only serve just one of them (Matt 6:24). Sadly, it is in the “almighty dollar” (and other currencies) that most of mankind puts its surety (trust) and hope. In the end money will never redeem our bankrupt souls. Only the precious blood of God’s Lamb can truly redeem us (Col 1:20). In the end the precious blood of the Lamb is the most vital security for both time and eternity.

With the peace and security of the world in great jeopardy and trouble and turmoil all around, the world’s inhabitants will be quite willing to turn over their rights, freedom and national sovereignty. They will hand over all authority to the one who promises to restore that which has been decimated. It is at this point that a world leader will arise in Europe to a place of prominence, and he will seek to restore prosperity by creating a new world order (Dan. 7:8, 20, 25; 9:25, 11:36-39; 2 Thess. 2:2-12; Rev. 6:1-2; 13). The climatic end result of this allegiance will be the “Mark of the Beast” Rev 13:16-18. /

I find this interesting, as at one time I also thought a Eurobeast would fill the biblical prophetic bill.  I am not so sure at this point in history that this supposition is correct.  A Beast is indeed rising, the vacuum the West leaves will be filled.  But as it stands right now – unless Europe starts breeding like rabbits, the Muslim immigrants in their midst are going to overtake the natve populations.  Simple numbers say that much of Europe is already undergoing Islamization.  So if it is a Eurabia that rises, perhaps that may have some prophetic application, but I am somewhat doubtful a United Europe is going to fulfill this role that the American Christian Church has supposed for many decades in various church movements.

With war looming (Rev. 6:1-8) and global economic collapse at hand, the world’s masses will seek for one with all the solutions and answers to the crisis of all crises. They will be quite willing to turn over their liberties and freedoms in a desperate attempt to stabilize the world and salvage as much as they can to insure a “bright and hopeful” future. Little will they know that they in so doing will reap eternal consequences by giving their allegiance to him (Matt 24; Rev. 13, 14: 9-11).

The Master Puppet Master

Lucifer, the master Politian and original Fascist, knows all too well how the game is played. He has been practicing for a long time, waiting patiently for the precise moment to bring forth his master plan and global unity. That plan is global worship for himself (2 Thess. 2:3-4; Rev. 13:4, 8, 12) and global war against Almighty God (Dan. 7:25; Rev. 13:7; 16:13-16; 17:14a). ,

“As the world at this time is in fatalistic panic and dire need, Lucifer will provide them with his man of lawlessness, i.e., the Anti – Christ”. There is no greater way to grab power and install radical laws and ruthless policies than when a people and nation are at the very place of poverty and suffering. In this place they are consumed by their daily needs and are quite willing to even sell their souls to the devil for a piece of meat or a loaf of bread. As the world at this time is in fatalistic panic and dire need, Lucifer will provide them with his man of lawlessness, i.e., the Anti – Christ (Rev. 13). Since they have rejected natural laws and the eternal, righteous absolutes of Almighty God and His saving grace, the world’s inhabitants will be in a state of spiritual darkness and ripe for making a deal with the Devil himself to their doom and eternal ruin (Matt. 25:41). At this point man’s casual unbelief will be channeled and focused into a powerful laser beam of violence and absolute defiance against Almighty God and His program (2 Thess. 2:2-12).

Such events as we are seeing and witnessing today – including the pending global market collapse – are the ever increasing sounds of the steps of the soon coming Day of the Lord.

How Will You Spend Your Dollar? My friends, this life is but a dollar bill easily spent, giving but little satisfaction in doing so. We are here for just a brief moment, and then we are gone (Eccl. 1:1-3). To put “all of our eggs” into the temporal and doomed basket of this life is the height of insanity, rebellion and unbelief. Eternity is our future and we must all be ready for it on God’s terms, which are holiness and perfect righteousness. That righteousness is only found in Jesus Christ (Romans 10:2-4). , “This life is but a dollar bill easily spent, giving but little satisfaction in doing so”

As these darkening and difficult days come to a close and the morning lights are shining on the horizon of the Kingdom of Heaven, may you be sure to know the Lord Jesus Christ as your personal Savior! Your final destiny – and your ultimate destination – depends on your choice. Place your trust in Him today; you will never be the same!

 

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