Do you believe in the afterlife? This is a question many today are asking themselves, and increasingly so as the transitory and insecure nature of this earthly life becomes more apparent.
Some are just ‘hoping for the best’. Some earnestly believe they will continue to exist in some form after their death, but have sentimental ideas about heaven based on fantasy fiction and cartoons. Continue reading →
I have decided to continue my series on the Four Seals of Revelation Chapter 6 by updating the information to include the fourth seal.
We have no real proof of what that seal may be, as the bible does not (contrary to popular belief) say that the pale horse with Death and Hades is “plague”. It only speaks of “death” in various forms. Nonetheless, I thought it would be a good idea to look into current events to see how they might fit in to the sequence that has been unfolding since 1994.
As some of you will know, I differ from the traditional opinion, in believing we are already in the time of the opening of the seals of Revelation. Anyone curious about my viewpoint of the endtimes should have a good look around my Birthpangs website, and perhaps it would be useful to glance at this chart which accompanies my lengthy article on Revelation and Yom Kippur in the Temple.
In short, I do not hold to the conventional pre-seven-year rapture position. I am what you might call a “mid-seal rapturist”. Nonetheless I DO believe in the rapture of the Church! But in that context, I will dive straight into the subject at hand, the fourth seal.
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WHEN ALL MEANS FAIL by David Wilkerson | April 27, 2011 (the same day he died in a tragic head-on collision)
To believe when all means fail is exceedingly pleasing to God and is most acceptable. Jesus said to Thomas, “You have believed because you have seen, but blessed are those that do believe and have not seen” (John 20:29).
Blessed are those who believe when there is no evidence of an answer to prayer—who trust beyond hope when all means have failed. Someone has come to the place of hopelessness—the end of hope—the end of all means.
A loved one is facing death and doctors give no hope. Death seems inevitable. Hope is gone. The miracle prayed for is not happening. That is when Satan’s hordes come to attack your mind with fear, anger, overwhelming questions: “Where is your God now? You prayed until you had no tears left. You fasted. You stood on promises. You trusted.”
Blasphemous thoughts will be injected into your mind: “Prayer failed. Faith failed. Don’t quit on God—just do not trust him anymore. It doesn’t pay!” Even questioning God’s existence will be injected into your mind. These have been the devices of Satan for centuries.
Some of the godliest men and women who ever lived were under such demonic attacks. Continue reading →
We have just been the recipients of a sick death threat dressed up as an email from a friend. It’s one of those chain mail emails that you “must” send to everyone in your email box “or else bad things will happen to you” . They are nothing less than witchcraft curses, and I delete them, shred them and pray against their influences everytime I receive one.
Even Christians make the mistake of circulating the “cutsie” versions of these. The ones with a heart-wrenching story (bogus) and supposedly triumphant tale (fake) or sweet pictures to pull at your heart strings…and just like the devil sweetens the cup of poison just before you drink, you scroll to the bottom and read the part that demands you send it to ten friends “or else…”
These letters have been going for as long as I can remember. I used to receive the paper versions of them in the mail. Even then I would go out of my way to contradict what the letter demanded (and nothing happened as a result.) But in those days you were promised GOOD luck – you’d win money, marry the love of your life, go on a holiday or get your dream job – IF you obeyed the devil’s demands.
But today we saw the worst one ever. It’s a “poem”. I cannot tell you what the poem is because (you guessed it) I didn’t read it. BUT according to the text above it, this refusal will cost us our lives!! Yes, people who don’t read the poem will die or lose their loved ones in a horrible accident!
It’s a death threat of the sickest kind. If you delete this chain mail, neglect to read it or do not send it to the full five people, then you will DIE. Stories are given of people who failed to obey, including one woman who didn’t have five friends to send it to, and she died in a traffic accident the next day.