There Are Two Sons of Perdition… Who Are They?

“Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;” – 2nd Thessalonians 2:3

One of the things you will hear the Chapel commonly teach is that the “son of perdition” spoken of in John and 2nd Thessalonians both refer to the same futuristic Antichrist.

There is a lot of deception to unpack in this teaching by the Chapel.

The truth is the “son of perdition” in John and in Thessalonians refer to two different things.

In the first instance in John, the term “son of perdition” points to Judas Iscariot. In the second, “son of perdition” refers to an antichrist power that has already been revealed… the papal dynasty. This was spoken of in Daniel and Paul is borrowing from prophecy regarding the “little-horn” in a New Testament light:

“I considered the horns, and, behold, there came up among them another little horn, before whom there were three of the first horns plucked up by the roots: and, behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of man, and a mouth speaking great things.” – Daniel 7:8

False teachers are quick to ignore scriptural context – it gets in the way doesn’t it? Let’s look at a passage from John 17…

“While I was with them in the world, I kept them in thy name: those that thou gavest me I have kept, and none of them is lost, but the son of perdition; that the scripture might be fulfilled.” – John 17:12

The whole chapter Jesus is referring to the disciples whom Judas was counted among. The scripture being fulfilled is Psalm 109…

Why would Jesus stop on the dime and start talking about Murray’s mythical futuristic antichrist?

This is a common maneuver by the Chapel, to give words and phrases equivalent meaning across different books even when context requires otherwise. It’s kind of like algebra for heretics, but let me give you a clue if you are a genuine truth-seeker…

One word or phrase used in one part of the bible can have a completely different referent in another.

Commonly Murray will say that Judas genuinely “repented” of his sin of betraying Christ because he returned the money and that the Kenite power hierarchy in Jerusalem had him killed.

But Judas repentance in the Greek is not “metanoia” but “metamelomai” – in other words he was mentally regretful, filled with grief and anguish at himself and not truly repentant – this is evidenced by the consequent suicide.

Judas Iscariot is in hell.

The Papal Dynasty has been here waging war against the saints and casting the truth to the ground for very long time… and destroying God’s holy people.

Quit making excuses for an evil man whose heart was full of wickedness, greed and betrayal who is now in hell – you miss the gravity of Judas sin and the reality of the evil that took place.

Quit looking for a mythical futuristic superman Antichrist who will never come when the true prophetic fulfillment of scripture is in your midst right now destroying God’s people to an extraordinary degree and will continue until the end of the age.

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Winning the Battle: the Many-Headed Hydra of Jesuit Futurism

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It has been over 8 months since I have even looked at this blog. In many respects it is a closed case. I have truly said all that needs to be said in order for someone that truly wants deliverance from error to be saved.

I have shared my testimony of how the Lord Jesus Christ delivered from one deception and sin after another and given every detail… but I feel there is more that needs to be said because we are getting into some of the most impenetrable areas of falsehood that the devils ever invented and it affects us all. 

My earnest desire is that my readers who are tangled up in this mire of false religion will break free. 

I want to say this, it has been almost twelve years since I first started to see the light of freedom in Jesus Christ from this cult and to this day I still battle the demon of FUTURISM. This is the ultimate poison that the Chapel instills and it is the spiritual essence of the beast, it is a many-headed Hydra that pulls its victims into the depths.

Futurism was created by Jesuits in the 16th century in order to obscure the reality that the dynasty of the papacy was the prophetic Antichrist. The Reformers knew this. Through futurism the world is either pulled into ecumenism or prophetic fantasy religion that strengthens the hand of Rome through blindness.

The center-piece of Chapel teaching is this fantastical notion that Satan will descend from the Heavens in the future as the Antichrist at the 6th trumpet with god-like powers of persuasion and deception. The structure of this lie was given theological strength by the intellectual shock troops of the beast… the Jesuits, a bloody and hellish corps of devils.

This doctrine of futurism was later “Protestantized” by the dispensationalists of whom the Chapel is a pure and unadulterated expression.

It is the height of fantasy religion and if you are caught up in it you are being ROBBED. The Antichrist as you understand him will never come – the man of sin has already been revealed.

What the Lord brought to my attention in my time away is that I too in much of my writing was still swayed by Rome’s poison that was delivered to me by the Chapel even after all this time and conscientious effort to break free.

I will be updating the blog to reflect these changes and my pitched war and repudiation of Jesuit futurism which the Chapel is a 100% devotee. They are an unwitting tool of the beast. I want you to see these things.

The war you are waiting for is already here.

You see the false doctrine of futurism puts adherents at peace with the biblical Antichrist by pointing their attention to a fictional comic book character that will never come… and while the Christians have their heads turned the Roman beast continues to devour the world.

What Is the Parable of the Fig Tree Really about?

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“And he spake to them a parable; Behold the fig tree, and all the trees; When they now shoot forth, ye see and know of your own selves that summer is now nigh at hand. So likewise ye, when ye see these things come to pass, know ye that the kingdom of God is nigh at hand. Verily I say unto you, This generation shall not pass away, till all be fulfilled.” – Luke 21:29-32

So Jesus just HAS to return in our generation, doesn’t he, according to the parable of the fig tree? NOPE, not at all. In fact the parable of the fig tree isn’t even about the nation of Israel being reborn in 1948 or 1967.

He could return in our generation, but it has nothing to do with what happened in 1948. Dispensationalists make much ado about political Israel being reformed. Their reformation they take as an innate proof and verification of their eschatology but it is begging the question…

The Lord Jesus Christ is not bound to the dispensational futuristic speculations of prophecy pundits.

There is a lot of bat guano swirling around these days about shemitahs, blood moons and the 70 year generation that ends in 2018. The reasoning is, Israel became a nation in 1948 and the parable fig tree states that Christ would return before the generation that saw the reformation of Israel passes away.

But it doesn’t say that. The only reason it appears that way is because the religious authorities have defined for you what the fig tree symbol represents in the parable.

The religious experts and ideologues of a certain persuasion would like you to believe certain things about the bible because it upholds their own system of power, control and self-preservation but that doesn’t make it true.

The Chapel is in the same boat with them. It’s all about gaming people with religious deception. The truth is, dispensationalism is a function of Zionism which is all about power and world domination. The Christian system of religion is being subsumed into an end-time system of apostasy and if you think the Chapel is exempt you are mistaken.

The Murray’s are heavily influenced by modern day dispensationalism and one of the “gems” of truth they give us is their interpretation of the parable of the fig tree. If you’ve studied with him for any period of time you will notice he has a lot to say about fig tree symbolism and how it relates to Israel and the end-times.

We are told that the fig tree always represents Israel in scripture and particularly in the parable. Does the bible explicitly state this to be the case all the time? No. Truth is the bible uses a symbol one time in this way, and another time that way.

In the 6th seal stars are cast to the earth as when a fig tree drops its figs… how does that have anything to do with Israel?

With many symbols people ascribe meaning to them that doesn’t exist. And one of the tricks of the religionist’s trade is to define the sheeple’s symbols for them. This is a form of mind control.

And many Christians accept it as given: the parable of fig tree has to do with Israel being reformed as a nation in 1948 or by Jerusalem being captured in 1967… since Israel is the fig tree – and nothing else!

But is that what the parable of the fig tree is about? I’m here to tell you that it has NOTHING to do with Israel in 1948. Let’s look at the passage:

“And he spake to them a parable; Behold the fig tree, and all the trees; When they now shoot forth, ye see and know of your own selves that summer is now nigh at hand. So likewise ye, when ye see these things come to pass, know ye that the kingdom of God is nigh at hand. Verily I say unto you, This generation shall not pass away, till all be fulfilled.” – Luke 21:29-32

This is a characteristic of fruit trees: WHEN THEIR LEAVES COME OUT THE SUMMER (HARVEST) IS NEAR. When you see the leaves that is a sign that the time of fruit is near, so…

When you see the signs that Jesus spoke of that attend the Parousia and the end of the age; when you see the signs then know that his coming is near.

Nothing in there about Israel in 1948.

The generation that sees the revelation of the man of sin and the signs that accompany the great tribulation will not pass away, they will see Christ return.

Dispensational Premillennial Futurism Deception “Death Star”

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Colby Braden and I are starting a new series on assaulting the strongholds of false religion called “Cult Wars”. In this first episode we take aim at the “Death Star” of deception within so called “Protestant” evangelical Christianity and guess what? The Chapel is just one of the many twisted manifestations of the futurist deception…

Dispensational futurism has many uncanny Roman Papal ties starting with the Jesuit priest Francisco Ribera whom the Vatican commissioned to deceive the church. There’s more to getting free from the deception than understanding that there is no pre-tribulation rapture… much more! It’s time to STRIKE THE EMPIRE!

Here’s the mp3 download from the broadcast on 01.13.16… to save it right click and select “save target as”

https://s3.amazonaws.com/btr.shows/show/8/224/show_8224559.mp3

Eusebius, Chiliasm & Cerinthius – the Beast of Premillennialism

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Premillennialism is a big lie. Probably the biggest one I will deal with here on the blog. The Lord Jesus Christ has delivered me from a lot of deceptive biblical teachings – this one takes the prize…

It sends chill down my back to say it because I know it is one of the greatest sacred cows within evangelical Christendom, and exponentially more to the Chapel…

But sacred cows make the best hamburger…

There are two basic form of premillennialism: Historic and Dispensational. The Chapel is dispensational along the same lines as Bullinger and Scofield. Due to British Isrealism, it’s version has a unique twist, as we have covered.

The Historic form was held by many within the early church but there were also a great number of Christians who believed the millennium was a present reality.

Let’s start by mentioning that premillennialism, or chiliasm was condemned by various early church council’s and lastly by the council of Ephesus in 431.

Here’s where it really gets fun. Church historian Eusebius attributes the origination of premillennialism to an arch-heretic named Cerinthius. Cerinthius was an influential gnostic around the turn of the first century. Coincidentally he emerges into the light of history around the same time Revelation was written.

Cerinthius taught that Jesus would establish a thousand-year reign of sensuous pleasure after the Second Coming but before the General Resurrection.

So we have in Cerinthius a heresiarch around the time of John that Eusebius attests to being the originator of the view of a future earthly reign of Christ…

More on this to come very soon…

 

Is A Gap of Time Between the 69th & 70th Week of Daniel?

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And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week: and in the midst of the week he shall cause the sacrifice and the oblation to cease, and for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate, even until the consummation, and that determined shall be poured upon the desolate.” – Daniel 9:27

As we have noted before, the Shepherd’s Chapel is dispensational. This is very ironic as we find that Murray rails against the system of deception in which he is in bondage. He swings at the low-hanging fruit of a pre-tribulation rapture while expanding the essential ideas of dispensationalism even further…

To recap – E.W. Bullinger lived during the emergence of a now popular system of scripture interpretation called dispensationalism. Bullinger is a very close cousin of Scofield but pioneered his own system and study bible to rival the Scofield bible. Bullinger’s form is called hyperdispensationalism, as it has the church starting later in Acts.

If you go to the Companion Bible – notice his notes for Daniel 9:26-27 will detail his position. You can read his appendix 91 here to see for yourself…

Here are Bullinger’s own words in the appendix, “THE THIRD PERIOD. The last, or the seventieth seven. This period is yet future, and awaits the same literal fulfillment as the other two periods.”

So as you can see, Bullinger makes this passage in Daniel about a future Antichrist as he splits the 70th week off into the future. This is a classic example of dispensationalism. There’s a lot more but I simply want to demonstrate that there is no gap. The 70 week prophecy is one continuous prophecy with no gaps.

Once you begin to realize this, it will help you break free from a lot of the madness within futurism, a system of biblical interpretation that was invented by Roman Jesuits and passed down to the Anglican church and then on to the evangelicals of today.

Shepherd’s Chapel though it has it’s own variety of dispensationalism it bares many of the hallmarks, including the gap between the 69th and 70th week. In Murray system, the 70th week commences at the 6th trumpet and lasts a period of 5 months. 7 years is truncated to 5 months based on Jesus words… 

And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect’s sake those days shall be shortened.” – Matthew 24:22

The 1260 days, 42 months and time, times and half of time (the great tribulation) is shortened to just 2.5 months.

The reality is this: dispensationalism completely distorts the meaning of prophecy when it adds this gap in time.

In the prophecy of the 70 weeks, Jesus the Messiah is the context throughout. During his earthly ministry he confirmed the covenant (the new covenant) with many, performing miracles, proclaiming the kingdom and forgiving sins. In the midst of the week he was cut-off in crucifixion thus bringing an end to the sacrificial system. He said, “it is finished” when He died and thereby ratified the new covenant…

The old covenant worship system continued on in form until it became a blasphemous caricature of worship and a stumbling block to all – it was swept away in judgment by the Romans a generation after the crucifixion of Christ…

That said, there remains a period of time after Christ’s death – the last half of the 70th week… I will address some issues on how to interpret this in an upcoming post.