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All-Seeing EYE in David Jeremiah's Church

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December 14, 2014, 09:13:41 pm Christian40 says: the capital W is for Jesus the lower w is for the Bible
December 14, 2014, 09:12:46 pm Christian40 says: This is the case for Michael being the restrainer here:
http://endtimesandcurrentevents.freesmfhosting.com/index.php/topic,15.0.html
December 13, 2014, 06:59:23 pm BornAgain2 says: What's the difference b/w the "word of God" and the "Word of God"?(one is capitalized, and one is not)
December 13, 2014, 08:47:11 am Mark says:
December 12, 2014, 03:37:09 am Christian40 says: Revelation 5:11 And I beheld, and I heard the voice of many angels round about the throne and the beasts and the elders: and the number of them was ten thousand times ten thousand, and thousands of thousands;
12 Saying with a loud voice, Worthy is the Lamb that was slain to receive power, and riches, and wisdom, and strength, and honour, and glory, and blessing.
13 And every creature which is in heaven, and on the earth, and under the earth, and such as are in the sea, and all that are in them, heard I saying, Blessing, and honour, and glory, and power, be unto him that sitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb for ever and ever.
December 10, 2014, 04:48:07 pm BornAgain2 says: Thank you for the info, Mark - also, notice that in Matthew 24:21, it just says "great tribulation"(NO "the" in front of it, that is). It's alot like in Revelation 2:22 where those that commit adultery with Jezebel are cast into great tribulation(again, NO "the" in front of it). And I don't think this particular passage is referencing the Time of Jacob's Trouble period.
December 10, 2014, 04:37:51 pm Mark says: The "Time of Jacob's Trouble" is the correct title. If i remember correctly, the "great tribulation" as used was by Hal Lindsey as to distinguish between 3 1/2 year marks. The Lord talks of the Great Tribulation in Matt 24:21 happening AFTER the abomination of desolation. So other authors tend to use the phrase to refer to the last 3.5 years as the great Tribulation.
December 10, 2014, 11:36:59 am BornAgain2 says: Isn't the proper title "Time of Jacob's Trouble", and NOT the "great tribulation period"? I say this b/c(and this is just me) the former clearly says the 7 year period largely focuses on Israel. While the latter craftily says it focuses on EVERYONE(yes, including the NT Church). Ultimately, it seems like the more everyone uses the latter term, the more everything will have this misperception that it's something else.
December 07, 2014, 04:09:50 am Christian40 says: Matthew 7:15 Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.
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« on: October 02, 2012, 09:55:43 am »

http://mysteryoftheinquity.wordpress.com/2011/09/10/all-seeing-eye-in-church/

was viewing a sermon recently and BAMM! There is was…an all-seeing-eye in the middle of the ALTAR of the church behind the pastor who was speaking the sermon!! The picture below is the well-known TV/radio pastor, evangelist,  author David Jeremiah speaking to his congregation at his home church in San Diego, California. The church is named Shadow Mountain Community Church.
 
This pastor/agent of Satan was David Jeremiah.

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« Reply #1 on: October 02, 2012, 10:43:34 am »

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Hidden Luciferians in American culture, politics, academia…and in the Christian community—Part 3

Hidden Luciferians in American culture, politics, academia…and in the Christian community—Part 3

Table of Contents:

    Hidden Luciferians in American culture, politics, academia…and in the Christian community–Continued
    Further study of Michael W. Smith’s occult connections
    The Alan Parsons Project & the Eye of Horus/Ra/Lucifer
    David Jeremiah And His All-Seeing Eye

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« Reply #2 on: December 28, 2013, 06:26:29 am »

Jeremiah Study Bible follows years of work by Shadow Mtn. pastor


A noted pastor and author has released a new study Bible.

After almost 50 years in ministry and writing more than 50 books, Dr. David Jeremiah has released The Jeremiah Study Bible.
 
The Jeremiah Study Bible is the culmination of nearly five decades of exhaustive study, with comprehensive introductions to each of the 66 books of the Bible, and more than 8,000 study notes with embedded cross-references.
 
Jeremiah, who is pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church in El Cajon, California, says it's his prayer that the study Bible will help people understand what the Bible means to them as individuals made in their Creator's image.
 
Dr. Jeremiah says the first step to meaningful study is understanding what the Bible says.
 
"If you're just going to read the Bible, you just need the text," he advises. "If you're going to study the Bible, you need to go beyond that."
 
The Jeremiah Study Bible is built on the New King James Version of the Bible, Pastor Jeremiah's favorite translation and the one he preaches from each Sunday.
 
The pastor further explains that it's important to ask the question, What does the Bible say?, which Jeremiah admits sounds like a simple question.
 
"You need to get to the original intent of the Bible," he urges. "What was it that the author was conveying to the people who heard him or read him at that time?"
 
In addition to the introductions, notes, articles, and sidebars, The Jeremiah Study Bible also features numerous charts and maps as well as geographical and archaeological information, a teacher's topical index, a full-length concordance, and additional digital and multimedia resources - including written material and video introductions and teaching from Dr. Jeremiah - accessible through QR codes.

 - See more at: http://www.onenewsnow.com/church/2013/12/26/jeremiah-study-bible-follows-years-of-work-by-shadow-mtn-pastor#sthash.vsqHXEGm.dpuf
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« Reply #3 on: December 28, 2013, 10:01:14 am »

The Jeremiah Study Bible is built on the New King James Version of the Bible, Pastor Jeremiah's favorite translation and the one he preaches from each Sunday.

And this version is worse than the NIV b/c the deceptions in it are not only more subtle, but they replace hell with the word "haties"(can't spell it, but it is pronounced "hate-e-s"). "Haties" is a word they use in the occult which means a place of "paradise". So pretty much unbelievers who hear someone preach out of the NKJB, they're going to get the impression that even unrepentant sinners will be in paradise after they die.

As for these "study bibles", they're all corrupt, even the KJB ones - what they do is only put out like 1% deception in their commentaries, and it's more than enough that will lead you off track. Been there, done that - when I read one of those "reference scripture passages" bibles from one of those "bible societies"(when I first started reading the KJB), I ended up coming away with the perception of a post-trib rapture belief b/c they did one crafty job to reference certain scriptures to make it look so, including verses in Exodus that had NOTHING to do with the end times!
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Dr. David Jeremiah: I’m no prophet, but the End Times are here

According to Bible scholar Dr. David Jeremiah, Christians should be prepared for the next stages of the End Times, which he argues were ushered in by Israel fulfilling Bible prophesy by reestablishing itself as a nation back in 1948 — after having no homeland for two millennia.

A Closer Look“[In] the whole scope of world history … yes, we are in the End Times,” Jeremiah, senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church declared.

Jeremiah looks to no place other than the Bible to derive his conclusion, acknowledging that Israel was predicted in Scripture to launch the world into its last days by doing what no other nation on earth has ever done — return to re-establish its homeland after being cast out for 2,000 years.

"I personally believe that the End Times, in the sense of Bible prophecy, probably started for us in 1948 when Israel became a nation, because many of the prophecies, in the New Testament especially, could not be fulfilled until Israel was at home in her nation," Jeremiah told The Christian Post.

Tackling Revelation

Jeremiah, like his predecessor at Shadow Mountain — Tim LaHaye, co-author of the world-famous Left Behind novels based on the Bible’s tribulation period of the End Times — recently endeavored to break down the enigmas of the Book of Revelation in his recently penned Agents of the Apocalypse: A Riveting Look at the Key Players of the End Times.

In the book, Jeremiah breaks down the highly misunderstood last book of the Bible into 10 sections, plus an epilogue, so that readers can distinctly piece the events together in a relatable way. To achieve this, Jeremiah, dubbed by Tyndale House Publishers as a “prophesy expert,” begins chapters with a fictional account, resembling the way Jesus used parables to help people understand key concepts. He notes that J.R.R. Tolkien, who wrote The Lord of the Rings and C.S. Lewis, who penned The Chronicles of Narnia, embraced the power of uncovering truth through myths.

Giving the readers key visuals to go by, he titled the chapters:  The Exile, The Martyrs, The 144,000, The Two Witnesses, The Dragon, The Beast from the Sea, The Beast from the Earth, The Victor, The King, The Judge and The Overcomers (for the epilogue).

The world doesn’t need another prophet

But even though Jeremiah has valuable insight to share about the Bible, he stops short of considering himself a prophet and just encourages believers to be at peace as they anticipate the continued unraveling of the End Times.

Jeremiah, Dr. David“A prophet in the truest sense of the word, according to the Old Testament, is somebody who can tell the future with accuracy,” Jeremiah communicated to Christian Post in an interview. “There aren't any modern-day prophets — the modern-day prophet would only be reporting what the scriptural prophet had already said.”

He points out that the Bible is not short of predictions, which are so specific that skeptics cannot contend that they came to fruition by chance.

“The incredible thing about prophecy in the Bible is that in the Old Testament, there are over 300 prophecies about the coming of Christ to the Earth, which we celebrate at Christmas,” Jeremiah shared. “These are very specific, detailed prophecies, and every single one of them was fulfilled accurately.”

He emphasizes that Jesus Christ’s return to the earth in the last days is by no means a far-fetched or misguided hope.

“In the Bible, there are eight times as many prophecies about the Second Coming, and we believe those will all be fulfilled in detail and in accuracy as well,” says Jeremiah, whose megachurch is based near San Diego, California. “So prophecy is not just, ‘Oh, I think this might happen in the future.’ No — the Bible says a true prophet has to get it 100-percent right.”

Jeremiah puts the rest the assertions of many self-proclaimed End Times prophets over the years who have predicted the day and time of Christ’s return, only to see the day pass.

“If he misses on one prophecy, he's not a true prophet,” Jeremiah states plainly. “So in the Old Testament the prophets told the future, and the Bible and history tells us that they were absolutely accurate.”

Pre- or post-trib?

With all of the pre-tribulation and post-tribulation debates going on in churches across the world, Jeremiah addresses the issue head-on.

“I believe that the Lord Jesus Christ is going to come back and that He could come back at any moment, after which will be a seven-year period of tribulation on this earth, which will conclude with the return of Christ again with the people from heaven and his angels,” Jeremiah proclaimed. “Then the Millennium, which is the 1,000-year reign of Christ, will take place.”

He then tried to clear up a lot of the confusion believers often find themselves in regarding premillennialists and amillennialists.

“When I say I'm premillennial, I just mean that I believe Jesus Christ is going to come back first, and the Millennial will happen later,” Jeremiah explains. “If I say I'm pre-tribulational, that means I just say I believe that Christ is going to come back in the Rapture and that there will be tribulation following that. So in that respect … I'm premillennial.”

And when asked forthrightly whether he believes we are living in the End Times, Jeremiah was quite candid about his biblical take.

“What we do know is, we're much closer to that time than we've ever been,” Jeremiah asserted. “I personally believe that the End Times, in the sense of Bible prophecy, probably started for us in 1948 when Israel became a nation, because many of the prophecies in the New Testament especially, could not be fulfilled until Israel was at home in her nation.”

He contends that Israel’s return to its homeland — given to it by God — is just the beginning of a foretold chain of events unfolded in the Bible.

“Now that she (Israel) is there, you begin to see some of these other things starting to happen,” Jeremiah informed. “The coalition governments of Europe (the European Union), many of the things the Bible talks about and Israel in her land, so I think I would say yes, we are in the End Times, as you look at the whole scope of world history.”

Any moment now

Jeremiah insists that any way a believer looks at it, he or she is getting nearer to the time that he or she will see Jesus face-to-face.

“There's a passage in the New Testament that I always like to tell people,” Jeremiah added. “It's this: ‘You are nearer to this than when you (first) believed’ (Romans 13:11). In other words, we don't know when it's going to happen, but we know it's a whole lot closer than it was when we first came to know Christ.”

When asked how Christians should live their lives as foretold biblical events continue to pass — while taking into consideration that every generation believes Christ will return in their time — Jeremiah had this to say:

“That's where most people are: ‘I'm okay to know about this, but I don't have to think about it, and I don't want it to affect how I look at life,’” Jeremiah answered. “The reason for that, if they have that kind of attitude, is because they really don't understand … the Bible doesn't say, ‘when you see that the Lord is going to come back, put your head down and your shoulders bent over and walk around in defeat.’ No, the Bible says, ‘If these things are happening, lift up your head, because your redemption is drawing nigh.’"

Game, set and match — Jesus

To put it in a nutshell, Jeremiah sums it all up by telling believers that they already know the score before the final match begins.

“One of the things that people have told me as they've read this book that I just released is, you know, people want to know when they look at all these world events is where is all this going,” Jeremiah recounted. “And the wonderful thing about the Book of Revelation — it tells you where it's going and it tells you how it ends up and it tells you that we win, that Jesus Christ is victorious.”

Bible study group praying together 620x300In so many words, he portrays the Book of Revelation as a blessed assurance given to believers, giving them a peek into the future victory that they will share with Christ.

“When you know that in your heart, it settles you down and you can live your life everyday with the confidence that, you know, ‘I don't understand what's going on right now, but, man, I'm on the right team and God's in control and He sees all of this and He's going to bring me through with my hands up high,’" Jeremiah concludes. “So I don't think prophecy should ever be a discouragement to people … I think it should be motivational and exciting.”

But Jeremiah wants to make sure that believers don’t get overcome with grief as conditions in this world continue to get worse.

“I encounter Christians every day who are anxious about the future, not only because of this increase in anti-Christian sentiment, but also because of the decline of economic and social stability,” Jeremiah discloses in his book. “In times like these, people tend to look even more closely at the Book of Revelation, because perhaps, above all others, it encourages Christians to keep hope alive. It recognizes the hard facts of worldwide disintegration and persecution, yet it assures God’s people of certain victory.”

http://www.onenewsnow.com/church/2014/12/03/dr-david-jeremiah-i%E2%80%99m-no-prophet-but-the-end-times-are-here#.VIRtSsmOzf0
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