Disinformation from the Pulpit

“Do not listen to what the prophets are prophesying to you; they fill you with false hopes. They speak visions from their own minds, not from the mouth of the LORD.” Jeremiah 23:16 NIV

Before the D-Day invasion of Normandy in World War II, an unprecedented campaign of disinformation was carried out on behalf of the combined Allied forces. Realistic photos of what was, in fact, cardboard U.S. ships and  landing craft, were part of a clever ruse. It was the Nazi’s spy team in England that convinced Hitler the attack would center to the north, at Calais.

Prior to this momentous battle, Britain’s secret service converted several key German spies into double agents. Their espionage had proved credible making the spies’ disinformation all the more effective. Hitler ordered massive numbers of Nazi soldiers to defend Calais instead of the Normandy beaches. On the fateful day of June 6th, 1944, the deception proved to be the difference maker.

How many of our fellow Christians are aware that Satan is preparing an invasion of monumental proportion? (“What?” you say!) Soon the whole world will be under his control. (“Huh? How can that be?”)

Why do Christians not know this? For the same reason Hitler was fooled into looking the wrong way–disinformation.

Paul’s Second Letter to the Thessalonians was written to counter disinformation from the pulpit that threw God’s people into confusion. Brothers became alarmed after receiving a prophecy, report or letter supposed to have come from Paul, saying the day of the Lord had already come (2:2). The Apostle recalled what he had taught them. The message then was exposed as fiction.

“Don’t let anyone deceive you in any way, for that day will not come [my emphasis] until the rebellion occurs and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the man doomed to destruction…”          (2 Thess. 2:3 NIV)

From established and credible pulpits, disinformation has spread which has convinced many Jesus is returning at any moment. Thus, the new breed of Thessalonian is lulled into apathy by these supposedly accurate Bible prophecies. The context of Paul’s letter teaches that before Christ comes in glory for his saints (see vs. 1) the rebellion occurs (sign #1) and the man of lawlessness is revealed (sign #2).

Wake-up! It is a set-up. From our pulpits we are told to expect Jesus; but, the Bible informs us the Lawless One arrives before Jesus does. The disinformation about who comes first will deceive many into believing that the Beast is, in fact,  Christ–so we have the rebellion or falling away. When disinformation like “no more signs” and “any moment” is promoted by an array of believable sources, it is certain to take hold among those who will not read their Bible.

Don’t fall for a cardboard Jesus. Reject the disinformation of Pre-Tribulation Rapture (PTR) preachers. Expect the complicity of leaders who claim loyalty to Christ, but offer false prophecy. This is war! Soon the wrath of Satan will be upon us.

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2 Replies to “Disinformation from the Pulpit

  1. Since right now our world is a pressure cooker ready to explode, this post is extremely relevant. I believe the antichrist is alive and monitoring world events, waiting for his time to emerge. Look for him to do the impossible; namely bring peace between Muslims and Jews. Even before antichrist goes public, watch for ten kingdoms to form. The Book of Daniel refers to the antichrist as the little horn who overthrows three horns or kingdoms (7:8). First ten kingdoms, then three, and finally one kingdom and one world ruler. I agree, this must come before Jesus’ return.

    Jesus warns that many will say the Messiah comes from the desert or is in the upper room (Matthew 24:24-26). This false appearance is another sign identifying the antichrist or man of sin. I urge everyone to study this post; test its validity using Scripture. It will open eyes and help others to be prepared the great deception. Jesus wants us aware, ready and in the fight! EJ

  2. Appreciate you sounding the trumpet, Elijah.

    It’s a challenge for Christians to care about the coming desolation of the antichrist if they are convinced they won’t be around to see it. The current logic goes like this: Jesus arrives first, “at any moment”. So, the Bible’s teaching on the signs of the end of the age are irrelevant to those “born again” (2 Tim. 3:1-6). Snore, snore. Who cares? NOT!!

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