THE ANTI-GOD AGENDA
BY MICHAEL HANEY
“Dear friends, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world.” `1 John 4:1
This will not be for the faint of heart, nor is it intended for the weak in spirit. I will be presenting some of the most shocking and thought provoking evidence concerning the Anti-God agenda, and the state of the modern Christian Church.
It seems that for a country founded on the word of god, we as Americans have really forgoten who God is. Maybe we have just re-invinted our own God? I remember a time when, as a child, I had to “KNOW” that we were a nation under God, not above him. We were a country of fine individuals, we would help an elderly woman across the street, would say “hi” and wave at the neighbors, we would honour a man for being a MAN, and a woman for being a WOMAN. Now days it seems that if you criticise a so called man for acting like a woman, we are labeled as “Closed Minded” or even “Anti-American”
The idea of what it means to be a Man or a Woman is not of our own logic, but is deeply rooted in the bible! We are told that the effiminate will NOT inherit the kingdom of God.
[1Co 6:9-10 KJV] 9 Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, 10 Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God.
Now days we are forced to accept what is against God! Every where we turn there is gay this and gay that. Men can no longer be a man, and women have found a new place in this topsy turvy world. All sorts of evil, the church has accepted as good. [Isa 5:20 KJV] 20 Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
The bible clearly tells us that as the world is in the last days, these people will become more and more evident, and that not only should we not accept it, we should stear clear of those kinds of people. [2Ti 3:1-5 ESV] 1 But understand this, that in the last days there will come times of difficulty. 2 For people will be lovers of self, lovers of money, proud, arrogant, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, 3 heartless, unappeasable, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not loving good, 4 treacherous, reckless, swollen with conceit, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God, 5 having the appearance of godliness, but denying its power. Avoid such people.
How do we go from being a nation, founded with the idea of being unified under God, to being a nation described in 1Corinthians 6:9-10? How do we get so far away from the truth? What have we forgotten? Let me tell you a story….
There once was a great king who loved all the people, and all the people loved this king. One day, whill this kingdom was still young, the great king gathered all of his people together. Young and old, rich and poor, everyone in the kingdom came to hear what the great king had to say.
“Today, infront of all of you,” the king said, “We shall make an oath together! I will not tax you any longer, but will instead share my vast wealth with you. I will protect you from all sorts of evil, I will give you a home and let you live in my kingdom forever!”
The crowd could not believe what they were hearing, “WHAT MUST WE DO?” shouted the audiance.
The great king looked over the crowd as silence fell upon their lips while anticipating the answer, “Remember what I have done for you today, be kind to each other, and follow the town rules. Do this this, and I will see to it that you will always be under my care…. forever!”
The people could not believe what they have just heard! While all of the other kings are cruel, and filled with greed, our king loves us and wants us to have a wonderful life!
“WHO AGREES WITH WHAT I HAVE SAID TODAY?” questioned the great king.
“WE DO!” proclaimed each and everyone of the people gathered together.
As time went on, the great king proved to be a man of his word, all the people of his kingdom flurished and was happy. No one ever needed to steal, no one had to worry about bills, all were in good health, and the great king had protected them from every single outside force.
All of the people could be heard speaking highly of the king.
“Look what the king did for me..” one person would say, “Because of the king,” sounded another. And all was well.
As the years went by, the people began to notice that the king was aging. They began to speak among themselves, “What happens to us when the great king dies?”
Then one day, at the town square, there was posted a royal decree, “ALL THE PEOPLE OF THE KINGDOM TO GATHER TONIGHT AT THE CASTLE”
“what could this be about” wondered all. Yet they did as they were told.
“I made a promise to you years ago.. that I would see to it that you would be under my care forever” the king announced, “Today, in the site of all of you, the queen and I would like to announce that we will soon have a son, and you will have a prince! A prince that will carry on my ways and my rules. All that I have said to you, also applies to him. He will be a great king one day, see to it that you honor him as you have honored me.”
The crowd shouted for joy because they knew that they would be takin care of for another generation.
Now as the years went on, some of the people who had made the agreement with the great king had passed away, and their children was to young to remember what the king had said and how great it was. They grew up arogant and spoiled, but not the prince.
The great king raised his son to be just, and kind and trustworthy just as himself.
When the prince went walking through the kingdom, people would stop and praise the prince for all of the wonderful things that he would do, others would turn their back and say “it is his father who is great, not this prince.”
It seemed that everyday that past, the prince was more and more on the minds of the people, and the king, less and less. Some loved him as they loved his father, some would not love him because it was his father who gave them this great life.
One day, when the prince was about thirty, he noticed that the kingdom was praising only him and had all but forgoten his father. “Do you not remember what my father did for your family?” the prince asked.
“We do, but you are the future, he is the past” procaimed the people of the kingdom.
“but i only came to do the will of my father…” said the prince, “Have you forgotten him already?”
“Its you who we praise now, your father did great things in the past, but let us forget about that and focus on the future!” said the people. Thus ending their agreement…..
What do you think happened to those people? The agreement was clear, “Remember what I have done for you today, be kind to each other, and follow the town rules.” We will come back to that.
Today, when I turn on the television, I am bombarded with these so called “prosperity preachers” who are little more than self help Gurus. They teach us the doctrine of man, not the doctrine of God. [Pro 4:2 KJV] 2 For I give you good doctrine, forsake ye not my law. Yet they teach us that we can forsake Gods laws AND be wealthy while doing it… [1Ti 6:10 KJV] 10 For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.
It seems that modern christianity is no longer focused on the words of our heavenly father, or at least they are only focused on his blessings, and forget the rest of the verses that tell us to recieve the blessings we must keep his laws.
We are taught, from a very young age, that Jesus is the goal…. This is completly backwards for what christ himself taught us. Christ taught us that he is the “Way” to the goal, and that goal is the father.
We are taught bible verses that have been twisted in order to accomplish their Anti-God agenda. Lets start with the basics. What is the most popular verse in the New Testament? How about John 3:16? [Jhn 3:16 KJV] 16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
Right now you are probably asking yourself, “how was this twisted?” well trust me they do twist this verse, and im going to prove it to you.
We are taught that all we have to do is believe in Gods son and we will be saved right? I mean that is what the text clearly says!! But what does it mean to “Believe”? Does it mean to KNOW the he is the son of God? Or how about KNOW and ACCEPT that he is the son of God? Is that what this verse says? If I told you that your house was on fire and there was only one way out, would you want to know the way out? Or is it enough to just “BELIEVE” me?
Believing in the messiah is much more than just knowing he is the son of God, it also involves listening to what he teaches and living by that teaching. That is true belief.
If Yeshua said to keep the commandments (Matthew 19:17), and your preacher is teaching something different, does he really believe in Yeshua? NO. He is teaching his own doctrine.
If Yeshua said to live by everyword that God has said (Matthew 4:4), and your preacher says we no longer have to live by Gods words….. Who is right? Who should we believe?
If Yeshua taught us to keep sabbath (Luke 4:16, 1 John 2:6), and your preacher said the sabbath was for the past…. Should we believe him or Yeshua?
I could go on and on, but I need to make something clear. This is where Paulinians (as I like to call them) will jump in with the writings of Paul to try and twist scripture. Number 1 I have never seen a bible verse that tells us “For god so loved the world that he gave us Paul to believe in” but, Number 2, I have seen this… [2Pe 3:16-17 KJV] 16 As also in all [his] epistles, speaking in them of these things; in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are unlearned and unstable wrest, as [they do] also the other scriptures, unto their own destruction. 17 Ye therefore, beloved, seeing ye know [these things] before, beware lest ye also, being led away with the error of the wicked, fall from your own stedfastness.
Remember the story of the great king? What about thoses people? Those people were so caught up in themselves that they forgot about the great king. Just in the same way we get so caught up in ourselves, we forget that Yeshua told us that he “Came to do his fathers will”
You see when we forget that God is the goal, we set our sites on material things. We concern ourselves more with money than we do with reading gods word. We have placed so much of our time and energy into the messiah, that we forget he came to teach us how to get to GOD. Our great king. And when we forget that the blessings that the bible promises us, is only to be recieved through our obediance, we become dissobediant and end up in a world like the one we have now.