posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 02:14 PM
The way that this plan that is supported by having an office in the UN is being implemented, is through the idea of community volunteerism that is
being pushed by Obama. The United States has a history of voluntary service through churches and other religion based organizations. By the government
getting involved, the goal is always to get control. We have been headed since Clinton came into office, the promotion of the concept of "mandatory
volunteering". Obama is adding to that concept, the institutionalization of paid volunteerism. The government will make use of faith based
organizations that are already in existence to put to work his army of forced volunteers. To be involved (forced participation) the institutions
(churches) will have to be given guidance into how to conform to the standards imposed by having a new connection with the all-powerful feds directed
by an administrator who will assure the guidelines are to his liking. We have the future signaled to us through the person of Rick Warren. Ambassadors
of this type of doing away with religion and replacing it with feel-good ideas about "spirituality" and "tolerance" have been sent out to every
church in America to get everyone ready for a re-emphasis being put to the "role" of Churches.
The rationalization goes something like this: Jesus taught his followers to love others and to help out people in need. That must be the most
important aspect of Christianity. Why do we need things like theological issues and religion, that only gets in the way of us all being in harmony
with each other. And the fact that your brother worships an idol should not be a problem with bringing him into your communion.
There are a few people who have studied this phenomenon and have written about it and I am no expert on the subject, but I do see all the things
working out exactly as was predicted, about two years ago, so I know it is real. I have also witnessed this work being done in my own local church.
The people who get promoted and given authority in the denomination are the ones who seem to be disciples of the Rick Warren "purpose filled life".
What that means is that at some time in the near future, we will have an official assignment for our personal purpose in the "community" and it will
definitely not have anything to do with arguing "over religion".
[edit on 18-3-2009 by jmdewey60]