For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect. Behold, I have told you before.
One of the more controversial posts here dealt with the prediction that a Mormon might win the Presidency with acclamation from Christians hoping for a return to conservative values in America. During the time when the post named Subtleties was written in early September, a Mormon nominee was far behind in the polls. Things started to change last Tuesday. As predicted, mostly Christian conservative groups began to praise the fact that two conservatives were neck and neck in the race. From marriage to anti-murder (abortion) rights, groups rallied behind the recent winner in hopes that his possible administration will help to bring about needed change in America.
Here is a quote from that article: "My friend, I too want a return to conservative Christian values in America! Yet, I do not want that revival of values with the exclusion of the work and person of Jesus Christ. Revival in America will not come by the hand of a religion that denies He is God's ONLY Begotten Son filled with grace and truth. Revival will come when Messiah's blood bought redeemed ones return to their prayer closets with all of their hearts. A revival of morals makes no sense if the source of that morality is not God's whole counsel of truth rightly divided and found exclusively in the Bible. All a Christless morality will do is cause complacent believers to fulfill Christ's other warning that they will be not watching when He comes as a thief in the night"
The premise of that earlier article was that a Mormon President may well be what is needed to bridge two religious systems that are diametrically opposed with a religion that is a composite of both. Mormonism is just that religion, it is a mixture of Islam and apostate Christianity. Before you swing the hammer of "political correctness", there is a great difference between being Bible correct and politically correct. Political correctness is a man made thought that tolerates to the place of making solid belief in an absolute truth wrong. It is a modern demonic deception. "The Bible", as and old quote believed to be from HL Hastings says, "is an anvil that has worn out many hammers." Biblical correctness and political correctness could not be further away from each other in teaching. Biblical correctness is based on the truth of God's revelation while political correctness is built on the presumptions of men. One delivers men's souls. The other hides false notions under the conjecture of a false truth while destroying men for eternity. If it is a political correctness that you want here, it is best to look elsewhere!
It seems odd that there are those who discuss a fictitious people migrating across the Middle East before disappearing and reappearing in the Americas. That is just what Mormonism teaches. Do you know what a familiar spirit is? It is a biblical teaching about lying spirits that are familiar with a region. These spirits are the ghosts, and genies, and hob goblins of mythical fancy. They are also demonic spirits of great deception that leave men with "alternative" explanations to demonic activity. Look at the map above. Maybe a group of spirits familiar with the Middle East are behind this concept of a fictitious nomadic people from the very region Islam was conceived in. This is where Mormons say their ancestors traveled (without any archaeological evidence I might add). Strange, is it not?
Now isn't Mormonism peaceful and Islam militant? It has not always been that way. Research the Mountain Meadow Massacre and you will see the 9/11 event of Mormonism (as compared with the 9/11 event of Islam--interesting!) Actually, the roots of Mormonism are very violent. Why do you think they were run out of Ohio and other places in those early years? They could not get along peacefully with the "gentiles" that lived around them. Consider this sworn statement by Thomas Baldwin Marsh who was appointed by the "prophet" Joseph Smith as the 1st President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. "The plan of Smith, the prophet, is to take the state and he professes to his people to intend taking the United States and eventually the whole world. The prophet inculcates the notion and it is believed by every true Mormon, that Smith's prophecies are superior to the law of the land. I have heard the prophet say that he would yet tread down his enemies and walk over their bodies; that if he was not left alone he would be a second Mohammed to this generation.*" Did you catch that, "a second Mohammed to this generation"? Sounds FAMILIAR to me there too!
There is no intent here to tell you who to vote for! PRAY and vote for the candidate that you see as the best choice for the job of President of the United States. Choose the candidate from the party of your choice. There is no intent to sway you to any specific candidate. There is a purpose to share biblical prophetic truth. My purpose as a preacher of the Gospel of the Cross of Jesus Christ is to remind you that He is soon coming. It is also to remind you that there is also coming a counterfeit to Jesus--an Antichrist. He is followed by a counterfeit to the Holy Spirit--a False Prophet. His work is to empower a future counterfeit church--a "One World Ecumenical Tolerant Faith". Eventually, even Satan, himself, is cast down here for that last few years before Jesus comes.
Conservative politics will not save America nor the souls of your loved ones. Don't put your hope in a candidate from any political party to change things so much as to bring "revival" to America. Revival is a matter of trusting Jesus Christ and Him crucified. It is brought about when God's people who are called by his name humble themselves, pray, seek his face, and turn wholeheartedly to Him! There is no other eternal hope out there! He is the only hope and Jesus is Soon2Come!
Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.
* This quote was taken from page 21-22 of Mormonism: the Islam of America by Bruce Kinney, Fleming H Revell Co., written in 1912