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New World Oneness is the New World Order!

 

There is a lot of hype out there advocating rebellion against the Illuminati, trying to stop them from achieving their New World Order.  However, there’s an ironic twist. The NWO will be established and there’s no stopping. And paradoxically it is the very people who are anti-NWO who will welcome it. Here’s how: The world is intentionally being turned into utter chaos; this is paving a way for the Antichrist to arise to usher global peace and oneness into the chaotic world. This New World Oneness itself is the New World Order! It’s a very tricky business. According to Share International, when the most awaited Maitreya emerges everything will fall into place, and the world will love him to the point of calling him god.

“He has been expected for generations by all of the major religions. Christians know him as the Christ, and expect his imminent return. Jews await him as the Messiah; Hindus look for the coming of Krishna; Buddhists expect him as Maitreya Buddha; and Muslims anticipate the Imam Mahdi or Messiah. Although the names are different, many believe that they all refer to the same individual: the World Teacher, whose personal name is Maitreya (pronounced my-tray-ah).” (Who is Maitreya) (NOTE: True Bible believers know him as the ANTICHRIST. Do not be deceived! The Lord Jesus Christ has clearly warned us beforehand to be extremely careful not to be deceived by this entity.)

So what is this Antichrist going to do? “At this time of great political, economic and social crisis Maitreya will inspire humanity to see itself as one family, and create a civilization based on sharing, economic and social justice, and global cooperation. He will launch a call to action to save the millions of people who starve to death every year in a world of plenty. Among Maitreya’s recommendations will be a shift in social priorities so that adequate food, housing, clothing, education, and medical care become universal rights. Under Maitreya’s inspiration, humanity itself will make the required changes and create a saner and more just world for all.”

His intentions are definitely a new world; a global unity, universal inclusivism, global tolerance, global religion, global everything. (Hence his title ‘World Teacher’.) The very opposers of the NWO will be making the required CHANGE (in fact it’s already begun) and accept his NWO. The Global Elites know this. Remember, they are Luciferians, and have been directing the course of this world by skillful manipulation for centuries. It is their very strategy to create chaos and rebellion towards their pretence NWO so that when their real NWO is established by the Antichrist it will be upheld by the rebels themselves! Today’s global anarchy is designed to make the populace frantic for that figure who will arise to bring about the NWO (new world oneness). When he comes there will be such awe and wonder that people will begin worshiping him for his many wonders and answers to their problems.

The youth of today are disillusioned; they are made to think they are rebelling against the evils of this world to bring about world unity, but they are in fact brainwashed by the very Elites who want global oneness; and these Elites will achieve this openness with the approval of the very generation that is opposing them when their ‘master’ enters the scene, promising the solution of the ONE WORLD! Such irony!

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YWAM’s heretic theology 3 – Reclaiming the 7 Spheres of Influence

It is said that Loren Cunningham, the founder of YWAM, was told by God about the 7 Spheres of Influence: these are the main areas that influence society, and eventually nations. These are namely: family, church, education, media, arts, technology and government. YWAM’s main agenda is this: that the earthly kingdom of God be established. Loren’s main motive is to change the “worldview” of a nation in order for God to move!!! Here’s an extract of Loren’s interview conducted by Kelle Ortiz and Os Hillman on Nov 19 2007:

“And that’s where we have to see the seven spheres or the seven mountains, and see them as a corporate change of even the worldview that they are presently having to shift them into a world-view that will allow the nations to receive all that God has for them in salvation and in all the other blessings beyond salvation, and especially in discipling them to disciple the nations. (The “nations” will receive God’s blessings if they change their worldview? Nothing about repentance, or taking up the cross daily and following Christ)   And He said, “baptizing them, in the name of the son, of the father, and the Holy Ghost.”  How do you baptise a whole nation?  They have to die to the world-view they’re in.  If it’s a Buddhist world-view, or a Hindu world-view, and be resurrected to the world-view of the Biblical, and that which is of Jesus’ world-view. (What!? What’s his biblical proof of dying to a worldview?? What about dying to self, repentance? Seems like Loren is implying that a Hindu/Buddhist don’t need to repent, just change their “worldview”. It is only when an individual is convicted of the Holy Spirit does he repent, and the Spirit enables the new convert to imitate Jesus’ life!)  And as they’re resurrected how do you do that?  By teaching them “all that I taught you with (with?).”  And He says, “And lo, I am with you always…” So, He will be with us to teach them all that he has taught us.  And that’s how you change the world-view, both in the individual, and in the world itself.  You don’t have to have the majority.  All you have to have is the tipping point part, and they have to be strong, and understand, but truly wrapped in love, not in arrogance and banging them over the head with a Bible, but rather in love, and living the message.”

Okay, having read that one may not find anything wrong with Loren’s gospel, but his main concern is changing the worldview, not about repentance, not about separating oneself from the world and be sanctified. He even thinks that a nation is saved by changing its secular worldview to a Christian one!  Changing a worldview is a strategy, not the Gospel Jesus and the Apostles preached. Jesus  commanded His disciples to teach all nations all that He has taught them but what did He teach about? Was about making the earth heavenly with good morals? Did He teach a new “worldview”, claiming that all nations need to conform to it? Or was it repent and believe and be saved? The Gospel of Jesus Christ is not about transforming nations, it is about the individual admitting their sinfulness and their need for a Savior to forgive their sins, snatching them away from the impending wrath of God on the disobedient (Eph 2:2), and redeeming them, His Church, from this present evil world (not redeeming the present evil world itself! Gal 1:4)


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