Thank you for this article, Mr McNeely. When we see how bold evil has become, we as believers need to be equally bold, which I believe this article is. In addition to the ceremonies/performances that were mentioned, another that comes to mind is the Gotthard Tunnel ceremony of 2016 (linked to Cern), which was another overtly-Satanic display. It appears these events are meant as an invitation to the demonic realm to enter our world even more fully. Terrible times are ahead, but glory and thanks to the Father and the Messiah who will be victorious over it!
Thank you for this article, Becky. While reading this, I was reminded of a disturbing futuristic video that I recently saw titled EctoLife, which describes babies born in birthing pods separately from their mothers. One of the “advantages” to this artificial method is that parents would be able to choose genes that make their child strong, smart or any other trait that they find desirable.
The concept of transhumanism should not be taken lightly. We know that Scripture warns of a horrific time in the future that is unlike any other time. It’s possible that some of these terrible “advancements” will contribute to that time of tribulation.
The reason that these things may sound like sci-fi to many people is because these concepts have been purposely programmed into us for decades through entertainment. When we start hearing about them becoming real, many people will unfortunately dismiss them as ‘something that only happens on TV’. In reality, we’ve been introduced to these things over time in order to prime us for their arrival.
What a great comfort to know that Christ has already won the battle! But the time ahead of His return will indeed be the darkest time in man's history.
We all know Christ was born and lived a human life, but He never commanded us to celebrate a birthday to Him. Birthday celebrations began with mankind, and the only examples of birthdays celebrated in the Bible were those of ungodly men. It is very tempting to want to show your love for God by taking part in something that feels good emotionally and seems to honor Him, but it's the wrong path. Remember what our Savior said - many will go in by the wide path, which leads to destruction. If you see the whole world united in participation of something (like christmas), that normally means it's not of God. The entire world is under the sway of the wicked one. Even atheists and God-haters participate in the world's holidays. What does that tell us? We are to follow the narrow path, which might lead to temporary persecution and earthly death, but eventually to eternal life.
Thank you, Mr. Eddington. This is an excellent article.
Interesting article. Thank you for the insight, as I always found this to be a confusing scripture. I would like to comment that although this scripture does not seem to outlaw cooking on the Sabbath, I do think an argument can be made that Exodus 16:23 (unrelated to this article) could suggest this. But although we can't always avoid preparing food on the Sabbath, I think we should try to avoid it if possible, especially in our day and age when we have refrigeration and other means to preserve the food.