reply to post by caughtout
Hey there caughtout
Welcome. I hope you've enjoyed the past few weeks.
It's wise to test the spirit so to say. As you consider the things Ron has said you will discern whether or not he's correct.
One thing we can be certain of is that there are a lot of people (billions) that will not believe the witnesses over their three and half years. I
find that incredible. People will still deny that God sent them (maybe that's why global warming is becoming ingrained in so many minds, to explain
droughts and rain out of season).
You'd think when some army goes out and kills a third of man it would set off some alarm bells with people. Being what happens on that last day it
seems people will still fight against God (Jesus in that instance). All that evidence by then and still fight'n.
Your points are well taken, and we believers have had to come to terms with one or more of them. Hopefully as more proof is given it will become
easier for people.
I just would like to say (and I speak for myself) that I really don't feel all the doubters are blinded by satan. Now I'm not discounting all his
efforts, he is after all one of the most powerful beings created.
I think most are blinded by human nature, selfish proud human nature. After all the carnally minded man is enmity against God (Rom8 I think). I feel
that my mind has been opened and their's haven't (yet). Simple as that, each in his own time.
I get the feeling that some of the more frequent doubters here don't want me to believe what I do, faith wise. The 'no man knows the hour' and
'it will be elijah' say their peace a few times and they're mostly done. Look back and see how many want to pull down the doctrines I believe in.
They'll go on and on and on. What's that got to do with Ron being a prophet? Why should they care what I believe, the bible tells them to brush
the dust off their sandals and be on their way. For me that's a carnal mind fighting God, and taking it out on me. It happens.
That's just something I've gotten from the books, interviews, sermons by Ron and those he has learned from.
And to continue on topic-
Ron is not the only one saying that people should have some provisions set aside, several state governments are also. Unfortunately, I don't believe
mine is one of them.
I hope you continue to enjoy the thread.