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Thursday, December 1, 2016

The Sacrifice of Damascus
to the Christian ‘god of the Dead’

The Christian religious officials and their followers worship and pray to the ‘god of the dead’ (Chapter 20, verse 38 of the Gospel of Luke); that is, a ‘god’ of human sacrifice, a ‘god’ with an insatiable thirst for human blood (not unlike the ‘god’ worshiped by the Muslim terrorists).

Thus, instead of attempting to prevent the destruction of Damascus as Prophesied by Isaiah (Chapter 17)—are they completely unaware that there are Christians who live in Damascus?—they stand back and observe the unfolding events in the Middle East in heated anticipation; foaming at the mouth for the fulfillment of that Prophecy; foaming at the mouth for another blood sacrifice to the ‘god’ that they worship...

In the firm believe that such human sacrifice is a requirement in order for the ‘Rapture’ to occur, and for Jesus to return by ‘riding a white horse out of the sky’.

But the fundamental purpose of the Prophecies given by the God of the living is the preservation of human life; those Prophecies being Revealed in order to convince people to stop their violation of the Moral Law, in order to convince the monotheistic religious officials to stop lying about the Revelations, and in order to convince the media officials to stop censoring the Truth so that the Prophesied destruction can be averted...

As was Jonah’s Prophecy of the destruction of Nineveh after the king and the people chose to repent of their evil.

Now, Isaiah’s Prophecy may very well be fulfilled as written.

But it was NOT Isaiah’s intention that the Prophecy be fulfilled.

It was his intention that, by people changing their behaviors, the Prophecy could be averted.

But people continue violating the Moral Law.

The monotheistic religious officials continue lying about the Revelations.

And the media officials and religion newswriters continue censoring the Truth.

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