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The Unforgivable Sin
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A great number of Christians like to separate themselves from the great tribulation because they have been taught from the time they were children that Jesus will rapture the church out of this world to be with Him in the clouds. Then, in the safe haven from their own fears, they could look down on the earth while Satan commits mass genocide against Godís other children. Now lets get real, what Father, who loves all of His children, participates in such nonsense dreamed up by foolish preachers?

This delusional way of thinking concerning the rapture of the church, is the mind set that those who are deceived will under as we get closer to the tribulation. This selfish mentality is what will cause many Christians to stop trying to save the world in love, to totally abandoning the world in fear. This fearful way of thinking makes Christians look like cowards as they run from the Devil. My question is. Why do Christians feel that they have to run away from a defeated enemy? (Luke 10:17-20)

We serve a God that is a deliverer. He has never taken His children out of tribulation but has always walked with us through it. God set the example of courage in the face of great tribulation when He stepped down from His throne and was made flesh and blood like His children and endured the cross for our sake (Hebrew 2:14 & Hebrew 12:2). Likewise God did not take the Hebrew children out of the tribulation of their fiery furnace but delivered them in the midst of the flames as a testimony of His saving power (Daniel 3:14-25).

There are many more examples written in the scripture of Godís saving power in the face of great danger, but for now, I will stop here to pose one question to my brothers and sisters in the faith. Will God take His Election out of the tribulation or will He walk through it with us even to the last trumpet (Matthew 24:29-31)?

Revelation 15:3-And they sing the song of Moses the servants of God, and the song of the Lamb, saying, Great and marvellous are Thy works, LORD God Almighty; just and true are Thy ways, Thou King of saints.

The song of Moses is by far the most important song that Christian could ever learn. If you knew the words to the song, then many of the questions that you have always struggled with will become clear. Such as, is the rapture doctrine a divine utterance from God or just a lie that is repeated by man? It will tell you what the seal of God is in the forehead as opposed to what the mark of Satan is in the forehead. It will identity for you the True Rock in the scripture from the false rock.

The words to this song will reveal in great detail the true sin that was committed in Eden by answering the question, Who fathered that wicked child Cain? These are just a few of the questions that this song will answer for you without leaving you in doubt as to what you believe. The words to this song are what give you the outpouring of the latter rain whereby you, as an emissary of the kingdom, can discern the truth from a lie (Deuteronomy 32:1-3).

In Deuteronomy 31:16-30 God commanded Moses to write this song as prophecy because this song will stand as a witness against many Christians in the latter days for the sin of idolatry. All Christians who teach and believe in a physical snatching away of the church before the seventh trump have taken on the belief of the god of this world and are already marked in their minds with his lies. Deuteronomy 31 is where the command was given to Moses. The actual writing of the song did not occur until Deuteronomy 32.

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