July 28, 2010
[Illustration] USA and Israel totally ignore: “Not by might, nor by power, but by My Spirit, says the Lord.” Who are we listening to instead?
July 26, 2010
July 18, 2010
Exposing The Satanic Empire (parts 4-6): The Vatican’s involvement with Bohemian Grove, New World Order and Freemasonry
All eight parts can be seen here:
Exposing The Satanic Empire 04/08
A Keith Thompson film (in 8 parts) on the ruling mob’s involvement with Satanic activity.
This film dives into the formation of the Illuminati, how it infiltrated Freemasonry, and the Satanic nature of its aims. It then goes into the Vatican’s involvement with the Bohemian Grove, New World Order elite, And Freemasonry, while exposing how the Vatican is now anti-Christian.
The last segment debunks Zeitgeist-type claims of a Christ conspiracy and exposes the plan to destroy Christianity, making a Luciferian, new-age, one-world religion.
Exposing The Satanic Empire 05/08
Exposing The Satanic Empire 06/08
July 14, 2010
What is Spiritual Unity? – Chip Brogden
“I do not ask for these only, but also for those who will believe in me through their word, – Jhn 17:21 – that they may all be one, just as you, Father, are in me, and I in you, that they also may be in us, so that the world may believe that you have sent me” (John 17:20,21 ESV).
What constitutes unity? Is it a church service or a home group? Is it any gathering of Christians together? Is it a meeting of like-minded brothers and sisters?
The prayers of Jesus give us remarkable insight into how He sees things. Remember that He is the Final Authority. However we may think or feel or see or understand things is beside the point. God’s goal is for Christ to have the preeminence in all things – not us! In this Kingdom only His opinion matters. This means that our viewpoint must give way to His. Particularly in the matter of fellowship, Christians are very opinionated. But what does Truth say?
All pro-war-with-Iran-too ‘Christians’ should listen: Dr. Stan – Is War With Iran A Set-up? Lies that led US into all of the wars in the last 120 years! “It’s really all about bringing about the one-world government.” Evangelicals are complicit!
Transcribed by Jeff Fenske
Mom and me
At the Monteith’s
“I would warn you that terrible times lie ahead.
We have no business going into an unnecessary war with Iran.
And when you go back over the history of all the wars
that have taken place in the last 120 years,
every one of them has been contrived,
and in every one of them
they lied to the public as to why they went to war.”
“There has been a plan since long before the inception of the United States
to use our nation to bring about a world government.”
“Ladies and gentlemen,
all these wars are started and contrived by other people
who have a different agenda,
and it’s really all about bringing about the one-world government
that’s prophesied in the scriptures.
And the average American doesn’t understand.”
“Between 1977 and the year 2008,
every President and/or Vice President of the United States
came from the membership roles of the Trilateral Commission.
And you’re never going to read about that in the newspapers
because of course, they control the newspapers….
And of course,
they are moving us towards a war with Iran, today.”
“Men and women become accomplices to the evils they fail to oppose.”
“If we get involved in another major war,
and it goes for any period of time,
it will bankrupt America.
And we are already bankrupt morally.
And I fear that God is going to bring His judgment on this nation,
as He does upon any nation that turns against Him.
And believe me, America has turned against God.
And of course,
this is because of the occult influence in our country.
– Dr. Stanley Monteith
|Dr. Stan – Is War With Iran A Set-up?|
July 13, 2010
From: New Oxford Review
The Smoke of Satan in the Vatican?
Fr. Gabriel Amorth has served as the Vatican’s chief exorcist for the past quarter century. During those twenty-five years, the quietly outspoken priest has raised eyebrows with his sober accounts of brushes with the Devil — a routine occupational hazard for someone who has dealt with over 70,000 cases of demonic possession. But his recent declaration that Satan is alive and well in the heart of the Vatican itself has to rank as his most provocative revelation to date. According to a book of his memoirs recently released in Italy, Fr. Amorth claims to know of the existence of “Satanic sects” in the Vatican where participation reaches all the way to the College of Cardinals. “There are priests, monsignors and also cardinals!” he explained to Vatican journalist Marco Tosatti, who compiled Memoirs of an Exorcist from interviews with the priest. Asked by Tosatti how he knows Vatican clergy are involved, the exorcist answered, “I know from those who have been able to relate it to me because they had a way of knowing directly. And it’s something ‘confessed’ most times by the very demon under obedience during the exorcisms.”
As one might expect, the secular media has had a laugh-a-thon over the seemingly histrionic comments from the 85-year-old priest. Admitting the existence of the Devil is still cause for ridicule and derision by nonbelievers, but at least one other Rome-based exorcist has taken issue with the charges. Fr. José Fortea, a Spaniard and former student of Fr. Amorth’s, came publicly to the Vatican’s defense, arguing that Fr. Amorth had gone well beyond the evidence in making his charges. Demons themselves, he pointed out, are not exactly impeccable sources — after all, the Devil operates by deception and deceit. Fr. Fortea also explained that those seeking help for demonic possession include “innumerable persons” alleging to be the recipients of divine revelation, including “revelations about the infiltration of Satan and the Masons within the dome of the Church.”
Nevertheless, a curious coincidence seemed to want to vindicate Fr. Amorth. Within a month of the release of his shocking charges, one of Pope Benedict XVI’s elite ushers (formally known as a “Papal Gentleman”) was dismissed from his Vatican post for his involvement in a gay-prostitution ring, while an elite Vatican chorister, who allegedly acted as a pimp, was also sacked over the sex scandal.
No, this isn’t direct evidence of Satanism in the bosom of Holy Mother Church, but it certainly makes even the most ardent believer scratch his head. A gay-prostitution ring run out of the Vatican? Really? Well, if we can believe what we read in La Repubblica, it seems so. The Italian newspaper published excerpts of police wiretaps of Angelo Balducci’s phone, and the evidence seems pretty clear. Balducci, the subject of a corruption probe by Italian police when the evidence came to light, served Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI on special occasions, such as when heads of state visited the Vatican. Balducci appears to have a whole heap of evidence piled up against him.
Entire Article Here (with subscription)
“Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal
Rocky Mountains Version
July 10, 2010
Transcribed by Jeff Fenske
“Get fed up.”
“Until you get fed up, nothing changes.”
“He [Smith Wigglesworth] said to treat cancer like the Devil, himself.”
“Look at this sickness not as part of this person,
but as an enemy sent from hell to kill, steal and destroy this person’s life.
And whenever you see this, you’ll start to develop a hatred for it.”
“Command, not beg.”
“Speak to the problem, not about the problem.”
“By His stripes they’re healed.”
“It’s what you believe in that counts even more than what you’re saying.”
“Whenever a Christian speaks,
heaven hears and agrees,
hell hears and obeys.”
“In the name of Jesus, cancer, I break your power.
I command you now, leave this person. Leave their body.
We command every cell, every tissue, every organ that’s been affected,
right now to be healed and restored.
Spirit of cancer, I break your power.
Spirit of fear of cancer, I break your power,
and I command you to “go, now!”
“In the name of Jesus, you go and never return.”
“Cancer is a devil.”
“You must see people as oppressed prisoners of war.”
– Curry R. Blake
John G. Lakes Divine Healing Secrets
This is a Voice of Healing television broadcast production, produced by John G. Lake Ministries, entitled ‘John G. Lakes Divine Healing Secrets’. This is an introduction to the things that John G. Lake knew that enabled him to see 100,000 confirmed healings.
The SCIENCE of Divine Healing – by John G. Lake: “At one time I submitted myself to a series of experiments. It was not sufficient to know that God healed; I had to know how God healed.”
At one time I submitted myself to a series of experiments. It was not sufficient to know that God healed; I had to know how God healed.
I visited one of the great experimental institutions and submitted myself for a series of experiments.
First, an instrument was attached to my head. This instrument had an indicator that would register the vibrations of the brain.
I began to repeat things like the 23rd Psalm to soothe the mind and reduce its vibrations to the lowest point. Then I repeated the 31st Psalm, the 35th chapter of Isaiah, the 91st Psalm, and Paul’s address before Agrippa.
After this, I went into secular literature and recited Tennyson’s “Charge of the Light Brigade” and finally Poe’s “The Raven” as I prayed in my heart that at the psychological moment, God would anoint my soul in the Holy Spirit.
My difficulty was that while reciting, I could not keep the Spirit from coming upon me. When I finished with “The Raven,” those in charge of the experiment said, “You are a phenomenon. You have a wider mental range than any human being we have ever seen.”
In reality, this was not so. It was because the Spirit of God kept coming upon me to such degree that I could feel the moving of the Spirit within me.
I prayed in my heart, “Lord God, if You will only lot the Spirit of God come like the lightnings of God upon my soul for two seconds, I know something is going to happen that these men have never seen before.
As I recited the last lines of the poem, suddenly The Spirit of God struck me in a burst of praise and tongues. The indicator on that instrument bounded to the limit and I haven’t the least idea how much further it would have gone if it had been possible.
The professors said, “We have never seen anything like it!” I replied, “Gentlemen, it is the Holy Ghost.”
In the second experiment, a powerful X-ray machine with microscopic attachments was connected to my head. The purpose was to see, if possible, what the action of the brain cells was.
I proceeded just as in the former experiment. First, I repeated Scriptures that were soothing those calculated to reduce the action of the cortex coils to their lowest possible register. Then I went to Scriptures which conveyed better and richer things until I reached the first chapter of John. As I began to recite this, the fires of God began to burn in my heart.
Suddenly, the Spirit of God came upon me as before, and the man who was behind me touched me. It was a signal to me to keep that poise of soul until one after another could look through the instrument.
Finally, when I let go, the Spirit subsided. The professors said, “Why, man, we cannot understand this, but the cortex cells expanded amazingly.”
I said to them, “Gentlemen, I want you to see one more thing. Go down in your hospital and bring back a man who has inflammation in the bone. Take your instrument and attach it to’ his leg. Leave enough space to get my hand on his leg. You can attach it to both sides.
When the instrument was ready, I put my hand on the man’s shin and prayed like Mother Etter’ prays: no strange prayer, but the cry of my heart to God.
I said, “God, kill the devilish disease by Your power. Let the Spirit move in him; let it live in him.”
Then I asked, “Gentlemen, what is taking place? They replied, “Every cell is responding.”
It is so simple: The life of God comes back into n part that is afflicted; immediately the blood flows; the closed, congested cells respond; and the work is done!
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Gets good at about the 9 minute mark
The SCIENCE of Divine Healing – by John G. Lake
Story time with Doug! A reading from …
John G. Lake, “The Complete Collection of His Life’s Teachings” compiled by Roberts Liardon.
THE PATRISTIC INTERPRETATION of ROMANS 7:14-25 — The early church did not understand Romans 7:14-25 to teach the necessity of sin in believers
No writer before the fourth century assigned the traditional Calvinistic interpretation to Romans 7:14-25.
The early church did not understand Rom 7:14-25 to teach the necessity of sin in believers.
From: Fundamental Wesleyan Publications
THE PATRISTIC INTERPRETATION of ROMANS 7:14-25
Part 1, The Early Christian Witness to the Arminian Interpretation
For we know that the law is spiritual: but I am carnal, sold under sin. For that which I do I allow not: for what I would, that do I not; but what I hate, that do I (Rom 7:14-15).
Perhaps no other verses have been the subject of such intense debate as the above passage. To the Calvinist this passage represents a never-ending struggle with sin which will inevitably end in failure until the day one dies. For the Arminian it represents the life of spiritual struggle that God wants to deliver mankind from via the experience of regeneration.
While the best way to interpret a passage will always be to allow Scripture to interpret Scripture there is also much to be gained by studying the ways that the early Christians who followed in the footsteps of the Apostles interpreted a passage. It will be the purpose of this article to examine the ancient Christian interpretation of Romans chapter seven. This paper incorporates information from A Dissertation Of The True And Genuine Sense Of The Seventh Chapter Of St. Paul’s Epistle To The Romans by James Arminius, along with new research.
An extensive search of Christian literature up until the fifth century revealed that prior to the fourth century no known Christian writer interpreted Romans seven in a Calvinistic manner. Rather, it was always understood up until that time to be either an unbeliever or, in one case, to describe a Christian who had evil desires that he did not want to have but never evil actions.
Throughout this paper I have focused only on those writers who commented directly upon Romans 7. There is a good amount of indirect testimony to this subject in the form of statements which indicate that various early Christian writers understood the Christian experience to be one that entailed complete victory over sin. These quotes have been left out for brevity sake but if included would add even more weight to the conclusion that no writer before the fourth century assigned the traditional Calvinistic interpretation to this passage.
The earliest existing writer to comment directly upon this passage was Irenaeus of Lyons (120-202) in the second century. In Against Heresies he connected Paul’s statement “that there dwells in my flesh no good thing” as typical of human infirmity which Jesus came to deliver men from [3:20:33]. In commenting upon the parable of the two sons in which one represented the repentant sinners of Jesus’ day, the other the unrepentant Pharisees (Matt 21:28-32) Irenaeus described the Pharisees using Romans 7 [4:36:8].
Clement of Alexandria (c.150-c.220), a North African Christian teacher, in Stromata, a refutation of Gnosticism, indicated his belief that when Paul emphasized the war between the law of God and the law of his mind (Rom 7:22-23) it was only to show that Jesus rescues men from this through salvation [3:76-78].
Tertullian (c.150-240), another North African Christian leader, indicated that the Holy Spirit makes men free from the law of sin and death in our members (Rom 7:23). After this experience of being set free, “Our members, therefore, will no longer be subject to the law of death, because they cease to serve that of sin, from both which they have been set free” [On The Resurrection Of The Flesh, Ch. 46]. Elsewhere he noted his understanding that Paul was referring in Romans 7 to his pre-Christian days as an unbelieving Jew stating that “even if he has affirmed that ‘good dwelleth not in his flesh,’ yet he means according to ‘the law of the letter,’ in which he ‘was’; but according to ‘the law of the Spirit,’ to which he annexes us, he frees us from the ‘infirmity of the flesh'”[On Modesty, Ch. 17].
In analyzing the early Christian understanding of Romans 7 it has become very clear that the early church did not understand this passage to teach the necessity of sin in believers, usually attributing to it the interpretation that it was a man who was striving to please God under the Law of Moses. In fact this interpretation was so prevalent that when discussing this passage around 415AD, Pelagius (c.350-c.420?) could write in his now lost work entitled Inv Defense Of The Freedom Of The Will, which is preserved by Augustine in On The Grace Of Christ And On Original Sin [1:43] that “that which you wish us to understand of the apostle himself, all Church writers assert that he spoke in the person of the sinner, and of one who was still under the law. . . .” Augustine, in his attempt to refute this statement of Pelagius, was unable to offer any church writers who disagreed with Pelagius.