Contrary to popular opinion (fostered by yours truly), I’m not a Berean (Acts 17:11). I’m too lazy, apathetic, and selfish. I’ve been often told about the coming New World Order (NWO), the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the United Nations (UN), the Illuminati, and Freemasonry in American history. However, I didn’t have “ears to hear” because I didn’t have the heart of a Berean. Instead, I went to church on Sunday and did whatever I wanted the rest of the week.
That naive situation changed last Thursday. I fasted social media to hear from God about a personal issue. I tried to set my heart to understand (Daniel 10:12). Ever since, I’ve learned much on America’s true history. I’ve also learned about NWO elements in church culture. The current church structure is itself unbiblical. Don’t believe me? Keep reading.
I’ve never believed that America is a “Christian” nation. I’m not a blind patriot either. Many posts here and on Arts & Culture illustrate this truth. What floored me this past week was the discovery of the Bohemian Grove and the Illuminati-Freemason founding of America. The Bohemian Grove is a secret Luciferian cult north of San Francisco in which members worship a 40-foot stone owl. Its membership includes presidents and international political figures. Still, the existence of this cult is a recent travesty. Freemasonry is much older. To learn that some founding fathers were Freemasons is one thing. To learn that the U.S. was founded by the Illuminati, a Luciferian cult, to usher in the new world order is another. Government, banking, and the media are rife with Freemasons. Two Masonic symbols, the great pyramid and the “all-seeing eye” (i.e. anti-Christ), appear everywhere, including our one-dollar bill and Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) album covers. I’m not convinced by every image on this webpage, but who are these people kidding?
The history of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) is rife with Freemason pastors and college presidents. In 1991, 37% of SBC members were Freemasons. Some believers wanted the SBC to condemn Freemasonry outright in 1992-93, but they were foiled by Ron Phillips, chairman of the Home Mission Board and pastor of Central Baptist Church in Hixson, Tennessee. This church is now called Abba’s House; I’ve visited it a few times. Phillips, friend of Masons, is an ignorant man. Still, even if he knew the true spirit of Freemasonry, he wouldn’t condemn it. Anyone who invites Rod Parsley as a guest speaker and sells personal prophecies (the occult) has no biblical discernment or zeal.
Freemasonry is secret, its brain-child the CFR less so. So why did SBC pastors Rick Warren and Richard Land accept membership into the CFR, which founded the UN? Anyone with eyes and ears can see that “Chrislam” Rick Warren is an apostate NWO puppet. For eight years, Land presided over the SBC’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC), an NGO of the UN. He’s also on the CFR’s ecumenical religious advisory committee, which includes Catholics, Hindus, Jews, and Muslims. Land’s ERLC successor Russell Moore is no better. He is one leader of the Evangelical Immigration Table, funded by CFR communist George Soros. Moore also recently spoke at the Vatican. Al Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, is a founding fellow of the ERLC’s Research Institute and vice-chairman of Focus on the Family, another NGO of the UN. These four change agents are steering the SBC to accept the ecumenical new world order, yet its members faithfully attend their dead churches week after week like sheep headed for the slaughter. Like the foolish man who built his house on the sand (Matthew 7:26-27), the SBC won’t be able to weather the spiritual storms that are coming. Great will be the fall of it.
At “Azusa Now” in Los Angeles ten days ago, Lou Engle kissed the feet of a Roman Catholic priest, and vice-versa. Billy Graham, a Freemason, has worked with Roman Catholics since 1960. He and his son Franklin Graham endorsed Mitt Romney, a Mormon, in the 2012 presidential election. A Roman Catholic priest recently prayed on stage at a Franklin Graham festival. And we all know about the seemingly innocuous Manhattan Declaration, signed by Chuck Colson, the president of Dallas Theological Seminary, and Dr. Joe Stowell among others. All this ecumenism is demonic!
An even bigger question haunts me. Should physical churches exist? Thanks to the Berean spirit of some Christian websites, I can’t say ‘yes’ anymore. The structure is too much like the Old Testament tabernacle and temple. In worship and prayer, Jesus Christ is our only mediator (1 Timothy 2:5). We should call no one “Father” (Matthew 23:9). Instead, believers should relate to one another like a human family. Yet most churches are filled with paid professionals leading Sunday services like Levites. We shouldn’t tithe either. Under the new covenant, God wants it all. Not only that, what we give shouldn’t go to pastors or staff. The apostle Paul didn’t take a salary. He worked so that he wouldn’t be a burden on believers or hinder the gospel (Acts 18:3, 1 Corinthians 9:6-18). Where are such men today?
The final blow is the Bible. Which English translation is authentic? People who use only the King James Version (KJV) today are ridiculed. Yes, language changes, but the authenticity of original manuscripts is vital. Freemasons Brooke Westcott and Fenton Hort produced a Greek translation of the New Testament in 1881, from Roman Catholic manuscripts discovered in Alexandria, Egypt. Most modern English-language Bible versions come from these sources, which are highly suspect. I may not be KJV-only, but I want only the Textus Receptus for my Bible!
Everything I’ve discovered in the past week has mentally and emotionally drained me. “Church” is an enigma. I’m sure of one thing: I don’t want U.S. citizenship anymore. The near future of this ungodly nation is uncertain, so I want a divorce. Some readers will throw “conspiracy theory” at me, but they must also set their hearts to understand. Until then, I suggest that readers bookmark the following websites and prayerfully read them at their leisure. God bless you all.
[Warning: some of these websites are managed by Independent Fundamental Baptists. As a Trinitarian Pentecostal, I disagree with them on speaking in tongues, healing, eternal security, and other issues. These websites are still good information sources.]