Those Who Did Not Believe

I continue to test the prophetic message that I feel Christ has given me to preach. That being, that the (religion of Christianity) must fall before the second coming of the Lord. What this means for us, is that at the end of the church age, Satan will assume authority over the church (the religion of Christianity) and there will be a time of false peace (the type where darkness and righteousness seem to coexist within the character of Christ). However, not long after this, Satan will devour the church (the fall of Babylon).

Why is it so hard for us to believe that God will allow these things to take place? Did Daniel not prophecy about the fall of the church when he wrote, “when the power of the holy people has been finally broken, all these things will be completed.” (Dan. 12:7) God’s character has not changed after the death and Resurrection of Christ. He is unchanging. Let us therefore, heed the warning given to us by Jude when he says, … “I want to remind you that the Lord delivered his people out of Egypt, but later destroyed those who did not believe.” (Jude 1:5)

The time is at hand for those who believe in Christ to understand the times. When the abomination of desolation is standing in the holy place (darkness in the church), the faithful will be called to flee (that church or denomination). I challenge you this day to read about the Fall of Babylon found in the 18th chapter of Revelation understanding that the “religion of Christianity” is Babylon and the merchants represent the multi-billion dollar industry that supports it. Do not listen to me, rather go to the Word of God with a surrendered heart, and He will reveal His Truth. The age of the Church is ending. Rejoice, for this means that Christ is coming soon! Yet let us mourn for we stand on the eve of a great tribulation.