One World Religion by David Cawston

One World Religion
David Cawston
Revelation 17:1-18

Introduction
Under the facade of the popular peacemaker, the Anti-Christ will be evil incarnated.
He will hate all the things of God and will take pleasure in perverting God's intentions.
He will rant and rave against God publicly and privately.
He will persecute Jews and Christians alike.
He will reject all previous laws, partially those based on Judeo-Christian values and institute his own lawless system.

Daniel 7:25
25 He will speak against the Most High and oppress his saints and try to change the set times and the laws. The saints will be handed over to him for a time, times and half a time. (NIV)

Every single New World order, including the coming Anti-Christ has had one common trait. An attempt to cast God out of the affairs of men.

Why?
For as long as we believe in the Word of God and our loyal to the kingdom of God, we represent a government within a government. We are pilgrims and strangers who worship another king and have another citizenship an as such, we are a hindrance to a New World order. When our government condones what God condemns, those who have trusted in Him become the enemy. And so the Bible believing Christians of America are labeled dangerous, intolerant and enemies of the state.

The Anti-Christ One World government will persecute all those who believe in God.
This is not at all far fetched.
In fact, the handwriting is already on the wall.
The American Bar association, the foremost legal fraternity in America, offers sessions on "How to sue the church through tort law" at the National 1993 Convention in San
Francisco.

In Colorado, in looks as if there will be a state law passed under the banner of hate crimes. No one _____ about glorifying God to the harbor the cancer of hatred within his soul, but these hate crime bills are more like a Trojan horse, because they give the state power to put people in jail for expressing what could be interpreted as their ...


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