posted on Feb, 5 2014 @ 12:37 PM
As was stated on the other thread about this:
The waters are drying up.
People are becoming less and less tolerant of false religious teachings and practices.
Those inside the Church may view this, and rightly so as a an attack on it. But it is a justly deserved one.
False religion in the book of Revelation is referred to symbolically as Babylon the great, and she is called a harlot, or a prostitute, in that she
invovles herself with this world's political system of things, which is under Satan the Devil's control.
Even as we see the waters of her huge world-wide empire drying up, we can be sure that the prophecy will come true.
Jehovah's angel tells those inside false religion (including Christendom) to flee from her now while there is still time:
(Revelation 18:4) And I heard another voice out of heaven say: “Get out of her, my people, if YOU do not want to share with her in her sins, and if
YOU do not want to receive part of her plagues.
She believes she sits a queen atop the world's rulers, and she says in her heart, that she will never see mourning. The clergy of Christendom, who
are like white-washed walls, yet full of dead-men's bones on the inside, scoff at God's prophecy that he will repay to her what she has done, and
give her the cup to drink which she has given to others. But he will do this deed, and it will come about in "one hour."
God himself will give the thought to the world's political rulers through means of the United Nations to turn upon and devastate firstly Christendom,
and completely expose her for the corrupt organization she is, and she will be completely stripped naked, and then burned with fire. Next he will give
justice to all the other world's false religions. He has already said it will happen, and it will, because he is strong:
(Revelation 18:6-8) . . .Render to her even as she herself rendered, and do to her twice as much, yes, twice the number of the things she did; in
the cup in which she put a mixture put twice as much of the mixture for her. 7 To the extent that she glorified herself and lived in shameless
luxury, to that extent give her torment and mourning. For in her heart she keeps saying, ‘I sit a queen, and I am no widow, and I shall never see
mourning.’ 8 That is why in one day her plagues will come, death and mourning and famine, and she will be completely burned with fire, because
Jehovah God, who judged her, is strong.