Look Beyond Their Disguise

23 for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, ~ Romans 3:23

No matter how they try to blur the lines, there is a difference between light and darkness, good and evil. The days are upon us when those who are not in communion with God won’t recognize the difference because of the great delusion. They, in essence, have fallen asleep.

They are now calling good evil and evil good. They have blurred the lines to the point where those Christians who have fallen asleep struggle to tell the difference. Things that have been settled by the Church for 2,000 years are now being brought into question and accepted because it is deemed to be politically correct.

Don’t fall for the disguise that the world has put on. What the world calls progress isn’t always progress. Don’t let them lull you to sleep. Take everything they tell you with a fine-tooth comb. Compare everything they say to Scripture. Don’t fall into the trap they have set for us, for we as sheep amongst wolves, so be as wise as serpents and as innocent as doves.

Peace. Love. Go Forth and Look Beyond Their Disguise.

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  1. Hello Kenny, Celia and Arie, I trust in ever growing faith by the abundant grace of our Lord God that peace, truth and love be with your family. You are in our prayers always. Colossians 2:12-14 giving thanks unto the father, which has made us meet to be partakers of the inheritance of the saints in light. Who has delivered us from the power of darkness, and has translated us into the kingdom of his dear son. In whom we have redemption through his blood, even the forgiveness of sins.
    I am so grateful to our lord for causing us to meet. You have through your teachings and messages of love and truth helped my spirit grow. I found joy and reasurance in 1thessalonians5:1-12 I havent anyone here that i am able to talk to about scripture and guidance i am given by the Holy Spirit these passages of Thessalonians perplexed me for some time. I always saw the coming of our lord Jesus as lt ends in chapter5:2 but as i read further i felt reasured that that day wont arrive suddenly to catch us off gaurd as we are children of the light. How do you guys interpit these scriptures.
    Love always your brother and sisters in Christ.
    May God bless you, Troy, Sarah and Lara.

    1. Dear Brother Troy, Sisters Sarah and Lara,
      Count it pure joy, my brother, to have a family like Sarah and Lara, who loves you and looks to you for guidance and not to the world. The young people these days are no longer subjected to the teaching of their parents as your Lara seem to be. You must be very proud of her because these are difficult days.
      My eldest daughter has a dream of her and her husband working really hard and making lots of money, retiring early, and just traveling. I believe that to be pie-in-the-sky. Those days are behind us now. If 2020 isn’t resolved and rectified, our freedoms will be short-lived.
      We are in full agreement with you concerning the Scripture you mentioned. Paul is indeed encouraging us so that we won’t be blindsided by the coming of our LORD, even though no one knows the day or the hour because we have been given signs, and we have the spirit of discernment. We aren’t left in the dark, nor are we slaves to deception. We are the light, and therefore we can see through the guise of the enemy. So, when Tribulation does come, and we see the sign of the times approaching nearer and nearer, we can begin to look up for we know our redemption draweth nigh.
      However, I would like to highlight verse 9
      9 For God has not destined us for wrath, but to obtain salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ,
      The majority of Church Theologians have erroneously interpreted this verse as to mean that the Church will not have to go through the Great Tribulation. They declare, “See, God has not destined us for wrath,” and so it is. They are correct that God did not destine us for wrath, God’s wrath. They also use the flood as proof that we will be spared persecution because He spared Noah. They even claim that God loves us too much to let us go through that type of tyranny. The problem is, the Great Tribulation is man’s wrath, not God’s wrath. The wrath Paul was talking about is the judgment of God, and God will deliver us out of His judgment because He has not destined us for judgment.
      I would ask them, “Does He love us more than Peter who was crucified upside down, James who was beheaded, or John who was boiled in hot oil according to Church tradition. Does God love us more than He loved the greatest apostle of all times, Brother Paul?” And yet this is what He said concerning Paul, “15 But the Lord said to him, “Go, for he is a chosen instrument of mine to carry my name before the Gentiles and kings and the children of Israel. 16 For I will show him how much he must suffer for the sake of my name (Acts 9:15–16).”
      I’m not sure if you had the opportunity to see our six-part series titled “The Cost of Following.” But in that series, we talked about the dreadful persecution the Church has gone through under communism, and even today, some are currently going through.
      I know we don’t like to think of such things, especially when we have a young family, but we need to be prepared to make a stand. But Paul called them light and momentary afflictions and said they did not even compare to what God has in store for those who love Him.
      So, even if we have tribulation, our LORD Jesus is on His way back to get us real soon. They are light and momentary afflictions that will soon pass and cannot compare with the splendor of His precious face and the depth of His surpassing love.
      With much love and many blessings,
      Your loving family, Kenny, Celia, and Arie.

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