The Left Behind Prophecy Club is advertised on Leftbehind.com as follows:
The Left Behind Prophecy Club is a website and newsletter to help you understand how current events may actually relate to End Times prophecy. Each week you will get Interpreting the Signs, an online newsletter featuring Tim LaHaye, Jerry Jenkins, Mark Hitchcock and other End Times scholars. You also have access to exclusive online message boards where you can discuss these important issues with fellow Christians.
Interpreting the Signs is an online newsletter with authorship attributed to Tim LaHaye, Jerry Jenkins and other scholars.
When the scholars present "truth" that falls below the holy standards of the Holy Bible, contradicts the word of God, and renders God's word relative, the scholars' words must be rejected and God's word must be clung to. It is the engrafted word that saves our souls, not the Bible scholars' naughty projections onto God's word:
Wherefore lay apart all filthiness and superfluity of naughtiness, and receive with meekness the engrafted word, which is able to save your souls. James 1:21
Bible Scholars Leaven the Doctrine of Prayer
The following quote is taken from the article, "How do I know when the Holy Spirit moves me to pray" in the June 18, 2003 edition of Interpreting the Times:
How do I know when the Holy Spirit moves me to pray?
I am quoting only the dangerous leaven in the unnamed writer's answer to this question. All it takes is a little leaven to spiritually leaven the entire church. The Left Behind Series has much leaven and the Left Behind Prophecy Club is continuing the leavening process:
The gifts of the Holy Spirit, including prayer, are given to those whose hearts are ready.
Prayer is not a gift of the Holy Spirit. Saying that prayer is spiritual gift is a lie and will stumble any Christian who believes it. Any child of God who believes this devilish deception will be ineffective in his Christian walk and is set up to become Satan's spiritual prey while he waits for his heart to become "ready" enough to pray to God.
Prayer is simply talking to God, and every Christian receives the privilege of praying to his Heavenly Father when he is born again. God answers prayer as the Christian learns to ask in the will of God. He will learn how to ask in the will of God as he reads the Bible and learns how God wants him to pray and as he learns to walk in God's will. But contrary to what the unnamed writer wants you to believe, prayer is not a spiritual gift that is given when God sees fit to give it. (See 1 Cor. 12:4-11)
God's Word is Reduced to an
Opinion on the Subject of Adultery
People who know how to use the written word to manipulate minds know that all it takes is a sentence here and there, or even only one word to leaven the minds of the masses.
Another article in the June 18, 2003 edition of Interpreting the Signs called, "What do you mean 'Infidelity?' Hillary Clinton book raises question of definition, reminds us of Christ's standard contains leavening on the subject of adultery. This article could have been an opportunity to reinforce God's holy standards on the subject of adultery. Instead, the bulk of the article quotes secular sources to present the world's ideas about exactly what kinds of behavior constitutes adultery. There is no disclaimer to warn parents that this immoral content is not suitable for children.
The supposed Christian commentary was added on to the end of this otherwise completely worldly-slanted article. This is where the writer chose to introduce the spiritual leaven. He did it with a subheading titled in this manner:
The content under that subheading sends the message that Jesus has a view on the subject of adultery. This is a print subliminal.
The same leavening tactic was used in Nicolae on the subject of abortion. God was presented as having a view about abortion and is presented in this article as having a view about adultery.
Do not fall for this increasingly popular conditioning. The word view means opinion. View does not mean absolute truth. View means an opinion about a particular matter. Jesus has an absolute word or absolute command on every matter. The words of God are not mere opinion.
The writer quoted The New Living Translation of Matthew 5:27-29 under the subheading called Jesus' view. This
sends the message that the Word of God is the same thing as a view or
opinion! This is Luciferian doctrine.
The "Christian" article does not even mention that adulterers will go to hell:
Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, 1 Cor. 6:9
Incidentally, God's Wrath on Left Behind contains a chapter which reveals how the authors of the Left Behind Series used print subliminals to influence the readers to think that "A Certain Manner of an Affair is Nothing to Feel Guilty About." The Left Behind Prophecy Club is continuing and reinforcing the moral leavening process of the Left Behind Series. [note: The Left Behind Prophecy Conferences are pushing microchips on Christians!]
Why Does God Permit False Prophets to Bring False Doctrines into His Church?
The Bible tells us that false prophets would secretly bring in damnable heresies into the church:
But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction. 2 Peter 2:1
God has a reason for permitting false prophets to bring heresies into the church:
For there must be also heresies among you, that they which are approved may be made manifest among you. 1 Cor. 11:9
Heresies in the church reveal those who are approved of God. They will speak up and stand for truth when damnable heresies are brought into the church--no matter who brings them in. They will not be a respecter of wealthy and influential persons while souls are misled straight into hell.
Heresies also reveal those who are not approved of God. Those who will not put up with sound doctrine will heap to themselves teachers who are not approved of God to teach them the heresies they want to hear.
For example, the authors of the Left Behind Series portrayed Christians denying the Lord that bought them so they would not have to die for their faith. The authors justified this sin in the storyline and presented these Christ-denying-Christians (who never repented of doing this!) as being in perfectly good standing with the Lord. This directly contradicts Jesus' warning about denying him before men. This is one example of how the readers of the Left Behind Series are receiving "itchy ear" doctrines according to their own desires.
Who Approves Those Who Bring in Damnable Heresies?
Who is approved by God? Those who bring heresies into the church via fables or other means? No, they are not approved by God—no matter how much income their non-God-approved work generates. Those who refuse to endure sound doctrine approve men who bring damnable heresies into the church:
For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; 2 Tim. 4:3
People who will not endure sound doctrine are turning their ears away from the truth and willfully giving themselves over to fables or lies:
And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables 2 Tim. 4:4
Loving lies is a serious sin in the sight of God. Christians love truth and follow the Truth, the Lord Jesus Christ. Those who depart from the faith and are deceived by seducing spirits will begin to love the lies the father of lies presents to them. Seducing spirits gain access to a Christian's life by his willingness to reject the truth and give place to lies. By doing so, the Christian gives place to the devil, who is the father of lies. Those who love lies and thus follow the father of lies will not enter into heaven:
For without are dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie. Rev. 22:15
"But I believe in Jesus! I don't love lies," You might say. If you do, you must stand firm on the word of God no matter what it costs you. It takes endurance to endure sound doctrine. You also must turn your ears toward the truth and away from fables.
Jesus warned that false prophets would rise to power in the church and deceive large numbers of people:
And many false prophets shall rise, and shall deceive many. Mat. 24:11
False rophets deceive many with their cleverly embellished false doctrines.
God's people must endure in sound doctrine unto the end.
But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved. Mat. 24:13
God gives Occult-Themed Stories in Answer to Prayer?
The June 11, 2003 edition of Interpreting the Signs contains serious leaven for the readers' spiritual hurt.
Does God still work through miraculous signs? The leaven mixed into the answer is contained in the following paragraph:
In the most recent issue of Christian History magazine, in an article written by Clide S. Kilby after a 1964 visit with J. R. R. Tolkien, he quotes the author of the Lord of the Rings triology as saying that "he had many times been given a story as an answer to prayer. Mrs. Tolkien joined him in remarking that one of their children had been cured, as they firmly believed, of a heart ailment, through prayer."
Out of all the real Christians the writer could have cited who did receive wonderful answers to prayer, of course he cited J.R.R. Tolkien in order to give credence to the rumor that Tolkien was a Christian. He was not. He was a devout Roman Catholic who was deeply fascinated with the occult. This fascination is reflected in his writings. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy is deeply satanic and this is an abomination in the sight of God. Christians are being lied to and told his writings are Christian allegory. Even though Tolkien flatly denied that the Lord of the Rings is allegory, it most certainly is. It is not, however, a Christian allegory. See: C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien: Heretical Fruits and Tolkien and the Lord of the Rings
The God of the Holy Bible will never give stories with dark, occult themes in answer to prayer! Why do the people at the Left Behind Prophecy Club want you to think He will? And why do they want you to think a devout Roman Catholic, who believed in the doctrine of purgatory, the Mass, and praying to idols, was a Christian? Ecumenism is part of the Left Behind agenda. Leftbehind.com is linked to Christianity Today's "church locator" page, which includes Roman Catholic listings.)
The mention of Tolkien on The Left Behind Prophecy Club is not an isolated event. The promotion of occult-themed literature and movies is an integral part of the Left Behind agenda. Read Jerry Jenkins' comments about the first Lord of the Rings movie: Leftbehind.com: "Christians" Laud Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings Also see:
Jerry B. Jenkins on Harry Potter
Weeping Virgin Mary: God's Miraculous Signs?
The Q & A section of the June 11, 2003 Interpreting the Signs contains this statement which also sends the reader the message that Roman Catholicism is Christianity and that God confirms this false religion with signs!
Does God still work through miraculous signs?
But the question of miraculous signs may still be a matter of perspective. For some it is in the arena of "signs and wonders"—weeping icons and statues, or turning water blood red; for others the intensity of natural disaster as a sign of God's judgment; for others it is healing; for still others it is the evidence of God's provision for daily needs in ways that defy purely human explanation.
Notice the writer did not warn that weeping icons and statues are not signs from God! It is obvious the reference to weeping icons and statues refers to the "weeping Virgin" phenomenon. The Left Behind Prophecy Club writer's reference to weeping icons and statues being miraculous signs from God serves to reinforce the lie that the Roman Catholic doctrines about Mary--including praying to her as a co-mediator--is right in the sight of God! The writer's insertion of this weeping statue example--while refraining from warning that this sign is a demonic counterfeit--is sending the message loud and clear that God will validate the false doctrines of Roman Catholicism with miracles!
Satan deceives with signs and lying wonders, but the Left Behind Prophecy Club writer did not share this information with the reader. (See 2 Thess. 2:9-10)
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