Those of us that think we are saved ............(copy and paste below)
It is the "accepted" ones who will speak these words—those who will have "paid their dues" and built up their reputations as servants of Christ,
doing impressive things ostensibly for Him.
And the Lord will reply: I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity. (Matt. 7:23-24)
In what will they have failed, warranting this harsh rebuke from the Lord? In Christ's name they will have performed their works, but not in the
spirit of Christ, and thus they will not have truly lived according to His commandments. Their deeds, in being done for this world, will perish in
this world. They will have outwardly conformed to all the dictums of the Faith, but inwardly they will not have directed their lives to heaven. And
they will find themselves before the Judge with their hands empty
WHAT IS MEANT BY "ANTICHRIST"?
A word should be said here about what Archbishop Averky meant when he spoke of the "Antichrist,
" for he viewed the Antichrist in a spiritual way, without any "doomsday" sensationalism.
In order to recognize the Antichrist and that which even now prepares his coming, one must look beyond what appears to be good and evil, just and
One must understand the principle behind the Antichrist, which is the principle of imitation of all that is Christ's. Since his very name means
the one who is "in place of Christ" or looks like Christ,
 the Antichrist will be the final, most deceptive embodiment of Satan's age-old attempt to "copy" Christianity, to make a new, this-worldly form
of it. "The Antichrist will appear," writes I. M. Kontzevitch,"...not as an absolute atheist or as a follower of that which is connected with it,
Bolshevism, since the latter has shown to the world every horror which results from atheism."
 Rather, as St. Ephraim the Syrian states, he "will come as a robber, in a manner such as to deceive all: he will be as one humble, meek, a hater
(as he will say of himself) of unrighteousness, despising idols, giving preference to piety, good, lover of the poor, beautiful to an extreme degree,
constant, gracious to all.
He will especially esteem the Jewish race, since the Jews will await his coming. But together with all this he will work signs and miracles and
dreadful spectacles with great authority; and he will use sly means to please all, so that people will quickly fall in love with him.
He will not accept bribes, speak with anger, show a gloomy countenance, but with a decorous exterior he will take to deceiving the world, until he
has become king." 
[Edited on 3-5-2003 by helen670]