The Great Deception Is Upon Us

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What’s going to be presented here may sound strange to those of you who haven’t already heard what’s happening. For those who have an idea of what’s being stated here, hopefully this will provide an explanation and comfort.

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To introduce what is happening, please watch the first half of the following video. Have a piece of paper and a pen handy and do the exercise with them. It’s only 10 questions. Please also have your Bible at your side so you can look at the referenced verses for yourself.


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Now that you’ve heard what’s happening, please don’t be in disbelief. There are many theories as to why this is happening. Some have suggested God, others satan, and others are mentioning theories you’d expect to see in Science-Fiction movies. We will explain what we feel is actually happening and why it’s happening.

We’re using video to show some of the evidence because every piece of text is changed. We don’t want to quote something in text and have it change upon publishing. Some pastors, as you saw in the video above, believe they’ve been mis-quoting for many years because their own printouts have changed. Videos are disappearing or being removed from YouTube. Please let us know if any videos or links don’t work.

Here’s another video by another pastor who sees the changes and didn’t quite know how to tell his congregation:


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Why are these things happening? Because they must. I’m going to provide some scripture and pray these verses don’t lose their meaning or change as other verses have.

2Thes 2:11
And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie:

Amos 8:11-12
Behold the days come saith the Lord GOD, that I will send a famine in the land, not a famine of bread, nor a thirst for water, but of hearing the words of the LORD:

12And they shall wander from sea to sea, and from the north even to the east, they shall run to and fro to seek the word of the LORD, and shall not find it.

This is a very scary time in which we currently live. Many want to believe they’re just remembering wrong and the Bible has always said these things. But then how do you explain the logos, movie lines, song lyrics, that have all changed? You are not remembering wrong, nor are you crazy. This is very real. It’s actually happening. The Bible predicted this was going to happen.

Many are questioning whether or not they can still trust their Bibles. I’m simply saying Bible because not just the KJV is being effected. The KJV and NASB seem to have the most changes, but others have changes as well. Some believe that the changes are happening slowly, which is why some Bibles have more changes than others. The answer is you can still read your Bibles. Pay attention to any changes. There will come a day that the Bible will no longer have any remnant of the original Gospel message of Christ. Until that day arrives, we need to prepare. 

King David told us to write the Word of God upon our hearts. He said this because he knew this day was coming. Trust your hearts, trust your memories. Don’t allow anyone to tell you you’re crazy or wrong. We are here and able to see the changes because God has a purpose for us.

These things are happening because God is allowing them too. Jesus told us these days were coming and these things have to happen. But God is still in control. God and Jesus remain unchanged, no matter what anyone or any text says. A piece of paper with words cannot change the True God and the True Jesus.

We are seeing these things because we have strong faith and God is issuing to us a warning. This warning is saying:

  1. You (the Church) haven’t been paying enough attention to the Word of God. You (the Church) have been mis-reading and mis-using the Word of God. In so doing, you have completely missed the message. Now I’m (God) making you (the Church) pay attention. (To the Church as a whole)
  2. The End is upon you (Earth). Pay attention and prepare. 

Some believe time is running out. Time running out primarily for new converts. They feel that once the Bible has enough changes to significantly change it’s meaning, converts will cease to exist. Oh ye of little faith! It is not the Bible that makes converts, it is the Gospel of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior and His promise of everlasting life upon accepting Him into our hearts; it is how we as Christians treat each other and non-believers; this is how people come to convert to the one true God. The Bible is only a tool, a tool the first Apostles and believers didn’t have. The only tool they had was their faith and the message of Christ. Is your faith so little that we need more then the message of Christ, more then Christ Himself, to preach His message and show people the Light? To bring people into Christ?

The Bible says The Last Days will be just as they were in the days of Noah. Everyone relates this just to homosexuality and a small bit of paganism. Evil ran free in Noahs day, as it is doing today. We are in End Times, we are witnessing the beginning of the Great Deception.

There is nothing to fear, however.

Joshua 1:9
Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.

Jesus said these things are to happen and now they are. He is still in control, and always will be. Don’t doubt yourself. If you are seeing changes it is because God is trying to tell you something. Through these changes, we are being told roughly where we are in Prophecy, knowing this tells us what we can expect next. I believe those who can see the changes have also been chosen to keep the Word of God alive. It is up to all of you to keep teaching and preaching Truth, no matter how bad things get and how much more the Bible may change.

These things are happening to attempt to bring us away from Christ. Don’t allow that to happen. No matter what anyone or anything says, Christ is the same always. You know the true Christ in your hearts. Hold onto your relationship with Christ and you won’t fall for the deception being thrown at us.

Keep true to your faith, do as King David suggested and write the Word of God upon our hearts, put on the armor of God, and march forward. We will make it through to the other side. 

There will be many converts if we keep true to Christ. Many are already converting due to these changes. They see the changes and are coming to Christ. So why would there not be converts to Christ when things become worse? Keep in mind also, the Bible also says many will come to Christ in these Last Days.

If nothing else, these changes, this phenomena, should only ground you in your faith more deeply. Don’t allow yourself to fall into confusion and accept the Deception. God is showing you these things to keep you free from Satan and to continue worshipping in Truth, and to continue being Light to a world of growing darkness.

A brief list of verses that have changed as of this writing (this is not a complete list). Read them and see if they read how you remember them:

  • Genesis 1:1, 
  • Exodus 34:14; 19-20
  • 2 Kings 6:28-29; 18:27, 
  • Isaiah 11:6, 
  • Habakkuk 3:3-4 
  • Mathew 9:17; 26:7, 
  • Mark 2:22; 14-3, 
  • Luke 7:28-29; 36-27; 17:34-35; 19:23, 27, 
  • Acts 12:4, 
  • Revelation 1:13; 5:6; 15:3, 
  • Other changes include:
    • Gold, bdellium, onyx stone mentioned in the creation story
    • The Garden is now in Eden, as opposed to the Eden being the Garden (Garden of Eden)
    • There is a new verse in Revelation, the verse is 22:21


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Beware Modern Bible Translations

This is a continuation to ‘Differences In Bible Translations‘.

Christians of all walks are constantly struggling to understand and follow the Word of God. A claim in hardship is having a Bible simple enough to read and understand. Scholars rushed to fill this gap with modern versions/translations of the Bible; a practice that will undoubtedly continue to the end of time.

However, it seems today we are constantly getting an increasing amount of various new translations of the Bible to choose from. Whereas, at first glance, this may seem to be a good thing, it is actually very troubling on several accounts.

These newer translations are claiming to do the following:

  • Allow for easier reading
  • Correct spelling and grammar errors of earlier translations

However, these additional translations are actually causing:

  • Confusion
  • Mis-trust
  • Harder to understand the text
  • Division

If modern and modernized translations only wish to correct errors and allow for easier reading, why then, are we getting so many different translations? Why not correct any errors in an already popular translation? Why are a few translations even going as far as changing words used in the KJV (which people claim is hard to read) to words that are harder to understand (words the average person doesn’t use)? So we’re basically being told to struggle with an “out-dated” language used in the KJV or carry a dictionary with us to church to lookup the definitions of the alleged “easier to understand” words of modern translations.

Despite the suggestion of making the Bible simpler, modern translations are only creating complications –

Confusion:

People don’t know which translation to trust, ultimately falling for the belief any Bible is as good as the next. Likewise, pastors may not be preaching the same translations the congregants use. Some churches have even gone as far as quoting different verses from different translations (the translation usually being chosen by the wording of the verse matching what the pastor, not Christ, is trying to get across to the congregation). This isn’t to say there isn’t truth in all translations, because there is. However, the more the text is altered, the further watered-down the truth becomes. How diluted will you allow truth to be before you no longer consider it to be so?

Mis-trust:

Christians are largely becoming trusting of only one or two translations and the Christians who use them. Any Christian who dare use another translation is ostracized, scorned, and not trusted. In many cases this includes the pastorate and clergy.

Harder to understand the text:

Some translations, such as the NIV, use words seldom used by the average person. Educated or not, one shouldn’t need a dictionary or know the meaning of every word in the english language to read and understand the Word of God. These translations may be argued to be harder to read than the KJV.

Division:

See confusion and mis-trust above. With churches forming around Bible translation rather than the Word of God, it is a sad day in Christendom indeed.

It is a stance of this ministry that the KJV is the proven most accurate translation of the english language Bible with a 90+% accuracy rate, second only to the Tynnsdale Bible. It is also understood that many find it hard to read. The difficulty lays largely in two complications:

  1. Out-dated form of the english language
  2. Meanings of words have changed in our society and form of the language compared to that of it’s original meaning

We agree that, if possible, a version or translation should be updated to fit our modern language format. However, we also feel that if you are truly seeking His Word, how out-dated the language format is will be of no consequence. You will understand it.

When I first started reading the Bible, I used the NASB version. I later moved to the KJV. So I know how hard it may be, at first, to read through the KJV. But if you read it with your heart instead of your mind, you will understand the text.

What I find a bit ironic is people read Shakespeare and other early english works without issue, then claim at the same time they can’t understand the KJV. 

Regardless what translation you choose, be sure to look into the accuracy of the text. Don’t allow mis-representations, mis-information, or first glances of a translation fool you into reading a text that is altering the very Word of God. To shun an older, possibly more accurate, translation or version and willingly buy into the claims made by the authors of modern versions/translations is akin to allowing the enemy to win; especially if such is being done with little or no research on your part. One doesn’t need to look far to see the division being caused or that division is the primary goal of most modern versions/translations, one only needs to open their eyes.

UPDATE: There seem to be changes in several Bible versions, including the KJV and NASB. All Bibles (new and old) have mysteriously altered. The extent of versions affected by this phenomena is unknown, as is how many additional changes we may see. This is being researched. A post will be made in the future following our research.

UPDATE 2: To read about the findings of the research into Bibles mysteriously altering/changing, and find out what exactly is going on, please read ‘The Great Deception Is Upon Us‘.

Further Reading:

  1. Differences In Bible Translations
  2. History Of The Bible
  3. All Modern Bible Versions Are Corrupt
  4. Examples Of Changes In Different Bible Translations
  5. Popular Digital-Bible Translation Set For Big Change
    1. ESV Bible Translation Revisions Won’t Be Permanent Says Crossway

The Bible: Are Paul’s Words God-Inspired?

Christians have a thing about quoting Paul more often than Jesus, if Jesus is quoted at all. Therefore, Christians (and Catholics alike) should properly be named Paulines as they are following Paulianity. Fundamentalists believe the whole Bible is the inerrant, inspired word of God. Here the attempt will be made to show the fallacy of that belief, as Paul distorted, twisted, and inserted his beliefs, to scripture. The following may disturb many, but it is important information. The point is made by the time you finish the conclusion.

Paul admits to preaching his gospel, not Jesus’.

Romans 2:16
In the day when God shall judge the secrets of
men by Jesus Christ according to my gospel.

Romans 16:25
Now to him that is of power to stablish you
according to my gospel, and the preaching of
Jesus Christ, according to the revelation of the
mystery, which was kept secret since the world
began,

1 Timothy 1:11
According to the glorious gospel of the blessed God, which was committed to my trust.

2 Timothy 2:8
Remember that Jesus Christ of the seed of David was raised from the dead according to my gospel

Paul claims he is suffering for the salvation of others. But wasn’t that what Jesus already accomplished?

2 Timothy 2:9-10
Wherein I suffer trouble, as an evil doer, even unto bonds; but the word of God is not bound. Therefore I endure all things for the elect’s sakes, that they may also obtain the salvation which is in Christ Jesus with eternal glory.

Speaking about marriage, Paul gives good sounding advice. But he admits it is his advice. Not Jesus’.

1 Corinthians 7:6
But I speak this by permission, and not of commandment.

1 Corinthians 7:12-13
But to the rest speak I, not the Lord: If any brother hath a wife that believeth not, and she be pleased to dwell with him, let him not put her away. And the woman which hath an husband that believeth not, and if he be pleased to dwell with her, let her not leave him.

1 Corinthians 7:25
Now concerning virgins I have no commandment of the Lord: yet I give my judgment, as one that hath obtained mercy of the Lord to be faithful.

1 Corinthians 7:39-40
The wife is bound by the law as long as her husband liveth; but if her husband be dead, she is at liberty to be married to whom she will; only in the Lord. But she is happier if she so abide, after my judgment: and I think also that I have the Spirit of God.

We are to follow Christ, not men. Pastors are to preach the Gospel and bring people to Christ. People look at pastors who have “followers” as false prophets. Pastors have a fellowship, as pastors are equal to their congregation. So then shall Paul be considered a false prophet?

1 Corinthians 11:1
Be ye followers of me, even as I also am of Christ.

Some may argue that Paul was following Christ and therefore is fine. But they neglect two things:
1) The Apostle Paul (Saul of Tarsus). Paul (chosen by Jesus post-resurrection) was out killing Christians and sent to arrest Peter. On the way he had a vision from Jesus. Following the vision, he converted. Paul only met Jesus spiritually.

2) Jesus states that not all who preach in His name will be saved. As shown below:
Matthew 7:21-23
Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.

We’re not necessarily suggesting the writings attributed to Paul shouldn’t be read, nor are we suggesting nothing in the writings attributed to Paul were God-inspired. We are saying that you must pay attention to the words. Some writings may very well be God-inspired. However, there are numerous areas where Paul clearly states what he is saying is of his opinion. What is clearly Pauls opinion is clearly not Gods words. Paul was man. Paul was mere man as all of us. As today, God may speak through us at times, but mostly we speak of ourselves through our wisdom and spiritual maturity (or lack thereof).

At the sime time, anyone who professes “follow me” and instructs to abide by “my gospel” today would be seen as a false prophet. Such standards should not be changed simply because it’s in the Bible (largely pieced together by the Catholics in the 300’s).

Saul Paul became an Apostle after Jesus’ resurrection. He spent much time defending his apostleship, as is clearly stated throughout the New Testament:

1 Corinthians 9:1
Am I am not an apostle? am I not free? have I not seen Jesus Christ our Lord? are not ye my work i n the Lord?

1 Corinthians 9:2
If I be not an apostle unto others, yet doubtless I am to you: for the seal of mine apostleship are ye in the Lord.

1 Corinthians 15:9
For I am the least of the apostles, that am not meet to be called an apostle , because I persecuted the church of God.

1 Timothy 2:7
Whereunto I am ordained a preacher, and an apostle, (I speak the truth in Christ, and lie not;) a teacher of the Gentiles in faith and verity.

Though Peter and others accepted him, he seemed to feel inferior to the others (most likely due to his persecution of Christians before his conversion). With statements such as “follow me” and “according to my gospel”, either Paul is a false prophet or extremely poor with words.

Paul can be learned from. But Paul should not replace Jesus. Christians, we beg you to learn your Bible, grow in Christ, and preach and defend our faith by quoting from Jesus Himself. Are you to be known as Christians (followers of Christ) or Paulines (followers of Paul)?

Some may argue Jesus handpicked the Apostles, therefore they are perfect. We respond with the following:

Yes, Jesus selected the original Apostles. But they all served varying purposes and had varying personalities. They are far from your view of perfection. Judas turned Jesus over to be crucified and then committed suicide. Is that perfection? Peter was so sure of his faith in Jesus that he denied even knowing Jesus. Is that perfect?

That being considered, is it not possible Jesus also selected one whom He knew would be one of many anti-christs that He warns of? Would this not be done to test the very faith of His followers, known today as Christians? If so, many have failed this test, as they have become followers of Paul rather than Jesus.

To those who are willing to do your own research, begin with the following: Google and BibleGateway are wonderful tools when used being led by Jesus. You may also wish to begin with the following links: To love Jesus, you must hate Paul | Paul the Apostle | Twelve Apostles

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What Has Happened To America?

Is this still the America founded by the Founding Fathers? Or have we become no different than that which our forefathers sought to break free from? Are we still free? Or are we blindly allowing ourselves to be enslaved?

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Demise of Christianity in America?

Lately there seems to be a left vs right argument on whether Christianity is being persecuted in America. Some of the arguments from leftists are laughable at best. Reality is Christians, as a whole, are not speaking up out of fear. Not fear of God, but fear of anti-Christian organizations. We may very well be witnessing the demise of Christianity in America, lest Christians put there fear in God.

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We Have The Power

Everyone says they want a more peaceful society. Less crime and evil. We Have The Power to achieve it.

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666 Cult

This is taken from an article out of the ‘Sun’ paper. Upon request, the additional parts of the article will be posted. The article listed two prophecies found in the Bible, using mathematical algorithms. Both prophecies are to take place June 4th, 2012. Ironically, this falls in line with Rev. Dr. Red’s prediction of an “event” taking place somewhere between mid-June and August of this year.

Written by Beth Gimmel
666 Cult

One of many billboards GGI is erecting across America


The AAPAI Bible Code report warns that Independence Day will be marked by a “new power of the AntiChrist”. The program also detected several occurrences of the spanish word “AntiCristo”, as well as references to “Armageddon”, “marked by the beast” and “666 soldiers”.

Tucker believes these predictions describe an uprising by a fast-spreading cult during the last week of June 2012. And he believes this is most likely the Miami, Florida based group called Growing in Grace International.

The group has already sparked controversy by erecting billboards across America emblazoned with the number 666 – the mark of the beast.

Charismatic leader Jose Luis de Jesus Miranda has convinced his followers to tattoo the number on their wrists as a sign of faith.

He calls himself the AntiChrist because, he says, we should be “no longer following Jesus of Nazareth as he lived in the days of his flesh”.

Instead, Growing in Grace International claims to study the teachings of the Apostle Paul, with whom Miranda says he is in direct contact.

And they believe that by the beginning of July, the world will come to an end.

“Growing in Grace has a presence in 35 countries and owns a television network and 287 radio stations”, explains Tucker. “Their beliefs may seem pretty far from the mainstream, but this is no small or obscure group. They’ve been able to assemble thousands of followers from Houston to Toronto, and all across Latin America. And they’re all dedicated to ending the current world and bringing about a new one”.

Disbelief

Many people are in disbelief. Disbelief of the times, current events, and even history. Many go as far as stating not to believe whats on the internet unless it contains links to mainstream sites (who lie on what they report and don’t always report everything). Many don’t believe it because it is common thought, they follow the mindset of the masses. Others don’t believe because they simply cannot handle or do not want to handle the truth. The disbelievers will even try to dispute facts and statistics.

All believers are brushed off as being crazy. The fact is Muslims did not discover America, but they did bribe early America until Thomas Jefferson went to war with them and won. Muslims were not always a part of America, there wasn’t even a single Muslim in America as an American citizen until the late 1900’s. Homosexuality is an abomination to God, therefore it is a sin. Christian persecution is on the rise; Christians are currently the most persecuted peoples in the world. Our Freedom is under attack. We are watching the fall of America and the rise of a one world order. We are watching the fall of believers in Truth and the rise of a one world religion. We are also watching the international genocide of the entire white race; from the Americas to Europe to South Africa white people are being killed, enslaved, and tortured simply because they are white.

For proof of all the above stated one simply needs to search this site (spiritualmessiahministries.org or spiritualmessiahministries.com). To see where all this is heading one simply needs to open your Bible, King James Version preferred, and turn to the books of Isaiah, Daniel, or Revelation. Many have already claimed me to be crazy. Many more will do so as myself and this ministries popularity climbs. But I ask you this: If I am crazy, then why are so many people trying to shutdown this ministry and trying to kill me? If I am crazy then why does the opinions of this ministry, particularly myself, matter that much to these people that they try so hard to quiet us?

The only answer I can conclude is that I am preaching Truth and through this ministry spreading Truth. This ministry has no allegiance to any man, only to God. It is that fact that is why we are seen as such a grand enemy to the elite. It does not matter how large or small a truthsayers popularity is. The fact that a truthsayer is capable of thinking for themselves, rather than follow the masses instead tells the masses to do the same, the Truth becomes the most lethal weapon against the elite and their leader, Satan. They know at any given moment one free-thinking individual who believes and follows Jesus Christ can spread like an unstoppable virus. When such an event occurs, there empire begins to crumble.

We are now witnessing the reconstruction of the Tower of Babel. We are witnessing the rise of the New World Order. We are soon to witness the unveiling of the False Prophet and Anti-Christ. I don’t know about you, but I and this ministry are going to continue our work and die a righteous death so that we may live. It is possible to survive whats coming if we band together and stick together. God has told us what is coming and how to survive. Spiritual Messiah Ministries and the Spiritual Truth Coalition are going to survive the coming tyranny and continue fighting for Christ through it. If you wish to survive you simply need to follow the instructions God set before us in the Bible. Taking the mark of the beast will not give you life and freedom, but death. Only Jesus can give you life.

If you wish to not be alone in these hardships, follow Jesus. Join Spiritual Messiah Ministries or a church/ministry of the Spiritual Truth Coalition. Only Jesus Christ can assure us life everlasting, not man. As much as you wish not to believe what is going on, your disbelief does not make it not so nor will it prevent it. The best thing you can do for your survival is follow Jesus and join one of the few churches/ministries that remain true to Christ.

-Rev. Dr. Red

Why The World Will Not End On Dec. 21, 2012

Why the world will not end on December 21, 2012. 

by Whitney Reed

 
The 2012 doomsday prediction is a very interesting story that has captured the imaginations of many. For some, it has captured more than their imaginations, and they are actually preparing for the end of days.
According to the ancient Mesoamerican Long Count calendar, December21, 2012, is the last day of a 5,125 year long cycle. It is believed that either a cataclysmic event (end of times) or a transformative event (physical or spiritual change) will occur at the end of this cycle. Although most scholars dismiss this predication as credible, it is still a popular belief that many hold as truth.
But anyone who knows the word of God knows that there is no truth in this doomsday scenario. According to Matthew 24:36-39, no one knows when the end of days will come.
“No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father. As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man. For in the days before the flood, people were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, up to the day Noah entered the ark; and they knew nothing about what would happen until the flood came and took them all away. That is how it will be at the coming of the Son of Man.” Matthew 24:36-39 New International Version

Therefore, if you are a believer in the Christian faith, you should give this doomsday theory no thought. However, because we can’t know the day Jesus Christ will return, we should remain vigilant and steadfast in our faith, at all times.
“Therefore keep watch, because you do not know on what day your Lord will come. But understand this: If the owner of the house had known at what time of night the thief was coming, he would have kept watch and would not have let his house be broken into. So you also must be ready, because the Son of Man will come at an hour when you do not expect him.”

Matthew 24:42-44 New International Version

 

This guest post was written by Whitney Reed, owner of www.ChristianColleges.org.

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