Great Sermon! This is a great overview of the prophecy of Daniel chapter 11. These Scriptures from thousands of years ago paint a prophetic picture of the future antichrist.
Dr. Cucuzza gives a nice balance of detail in this sermon. There is enough detail to appreciate this amazing prophecy, but not so many details that you'll get "lost in the weeds".
I think 1517 hit the nail on the head with his use of the term "gender bending." This is at the root of all this nancy-talk/up-talk/sissy-talk; the role-reversing, Satanic, gender-bending society of the end of the end times. Men being transformed into women, and women into men; if not physically, in spirit. Wives assuming the role of husbands (headship), and husbands submitting to wives; "bad girls"; effeminate men; homosexuality of both genders. And, "feminism" at the heart of it. Come quickly, my dear Lord Jesus Christ; come quickly.
As a Christian, and an Aussie, this is indeed good news. However, especially given the bent of the Greens leader (who really just wants to make a name for herself; any name), I fear it is just delaying the inevitable. In this end of the end times, male/female relationships, including those within a true Christian marriage, are difficult enough, without throwing in the chaos of abominable homosexual "marriage". Come, my dear Lord Jesus Christ, come quickly.
Or...a "poof" a "poof"? It would be interesting to do a study on how homosexuals came to hijack the word "gay". Normal people avoid using the word "gay" these days because of the connotations. In their heart of hearts, I believe "gay" people are not even gay in the true sense of the word. How could they be, with such a seared conscience? I'd like to see a campaign to win back the word "gay" for normal people to use again. I suppose it's all part of the sanitisation of homosexuality. It's disgusting, yet to be expected in these end times. Regards from Andy.
According to the article, 'the death of the baby' is considered a 'risk for abortion'. I thought the entire intention of abortion was to get rid of the baby, so why do they call it a risk, rather than a guarantee? I believe death of the mother is a 'risk for abortion'?; perhaps a small risk, but a risk all the same. Am I missing something here?
By the way, Penny; I recently ran out of my stash of herbal (fluoride-free) toothpaste. Do you think I could find it, in order to restock, anywhere? Not yet! It's hard to not believe there's not a conspiracy (spiritual basis) in this regard. Eventually, I guess I'll have to learn how to make my own fluoride-free toothpaste. Kindest regards to you from Andy!
Dear Penny; I don't have time to respond in detail right now. All I'm saying is that I am always on the lookout for the spiritual basis of all things. Have you considered what might be the spiritual basis of heavy metal accumulation in the human body, whether a placenta is involved or not? Just think about it. For example, the iniquity of man causing him to not consider the implications of excess heavy metals in the environment making their way into the food chain and water, and even the 'adjuvants' (especially Mercury) in immunisations, likely due to profiteering/greed for money (even though the adjuvants in immunisations supposedly act as preservatives). Fluoride in toothpaste? Spiritual basis for that? Likely just selling off the waste product from coal-fired power stations. I don't have all the answers, Penny; I just like to think about it. Cheers from Andy!
Hope this is food for thought. I have a solid background in science and health care, and it's interesting how God brings it all together for me. I'd be interested to hear what you think. Cheers from Andy!
Although I am yet to understand fully, I am coming to an understanding of the significance of 'visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me...' (Exodus 20:5 KJV) in regard to genetics and inheritance. I believe all things 'physical' have their basis in the spiritual. Jim seems to miss that point. It appears that in His Wisdom God has made sure that those who reject Him will, in their iniquity, pass said iniquity down the genetic line. The consequences of iniquity manifests in various 'physical' (visibly observable) and spiritual (non-visibly observable, yet often still observable indirectly) illnesses/diseases; these are what the medico-scientific community call inherited diseases. Does this mean that if we have inherited them we are stuck with them for this lifetime on Earth? Not necessarily, because all things can be overcome through Christ. How Christ brings that healing about is another issue altogether, but the fact that He can heal from all afflictions is undeniable. Is everything inherited? Not necessarily in the way described above; e.g. 'common cold', flu, gastro, other 'transmissible' diseases; and yet, in a way, we are even 'inheriting' these from others, only not always from our blood relatives. Hope
Hey folks! There are many most excellent sermons here on SA on the subject of divorce and remarriage, including what Biblical marriage actually is, particularly the relationship of God, man, and woman. It is the relationship, as God created the relationship, that is the key to successful marriage.Â As a divorcee of almost 10 year's duration thus far, I know it is my responsibility to have God make clear these matters to me before plunging into marriage again. In fact, it wasn't till having having some things made clear to me by God, that I believed I would have to remain single (a divorcee) for the remainder of my life on earth. Praise God, I now know that is not true. However, God still has some way to go with me in my pre-marital training before I'll be more fully prepared to re-enter into marriage. I just pray that He is doing the same for the one He is preparing for me. km from va: a most helpful post, thank you. Unprofitable Servant: wise words from you, as usual, thank you. And thank you to the SA community in general; the Love of Christ to you all. Many thanks from Andy.
Psalm 14:1 KJV: "The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God." The 'There is' was added in translation. The fool says, 'No God.' The fool knows there is a God, but says 'No God', no to God, rejects God, denies God. Attenborough has his agenda. He says, 'No God.' he has built a life and lived a life which, like so many God-deniers, has supported him materially in a very comfortable way. The world loves its own. Of course his agenda, the agenda, includes the depopulation agenda of the NWO. Satan hates humanity. It's no surprise to see Attenborough come out in support of Satan's agenda. In fact, it is unavoidable for the evolutionist, the eco-fascist; they must condone depopulation to 'save the planet' from the cancer that is humanity. We can pray for him, but I doubt Sir Dave will hear THE Gospel.
I recognise some of these General Mills brand names here in Australia, such as the Yoplait yoghourt. Is there any chance of 'Australianising' this list? Thankfully, I eat mainly unprocessed foods and am thus able to avoid these General Mills products; but the information would be handy, anyway. Much of the processed food that I do buy is generic brand anyway, and who knows which factories they come from?; anyone's guess!Â Can anyone help? I'm just a bit lazy to do the research. Cheers from Andy!
Hi Frank! Agreed, mate! The enemy always tries to find some way to repackage their goal of getting around God; and Nehemiah gives an interesting account of some strategies used. Unfortunately, a lot of unsuspecting Christians fall for both the subtlet and unsubtle strategies of the enemy. We are pilgrims indeed! Cheers from Andy!
Dear Jim; do you have any idea of the length, depth and breadth the web of these companies reaches? They likely have far more data capture power than any government 'intelligence' agency has; that's why the government recruits their help! If you think you are somehow avoiding their data capture, you are sadly mistaken. You endorse the commenter's post regarding avoiding 'social media' if you don't agree to their terms. I suppose you believe you're avoiding it? Their data capture capabilities are far more far-reaching than simply signing up to Facebook or Twitter; research it, Jim. Do you use email, Jim? Their data capture is practically unavoidable. Why even try to avoid it? You're probably already on their blacklist. I'm certain I am, and I don't give a hoot! Look into it, mate! Cheers from Andy.