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Stewart Best Predicts the Death of Christianity

Stewart Best's Special Report State of the World 2005 (which is currently displayed on the main page of his truinsight.com website) contains numerous statements that  discerning followers of the Lord Jesus Christ should carefully evaluate in the light of God's Word.

This brief article will touch on only two satanic markings in Stewart's lengthy report, which he calls "the real truth." The excerpt that I am commenting on is shown in its entirety below.

There are SEVEN SO-CALLED “NOAHIDE LAWS”. All people of the world are TO BE SUBJECT TO THEM, IT IS CLAIMED, and they spell the death of Christianity.

They lay the foundation for the coming Christian persecution, long forecast by Jesus Christ:

Matt 24:9

Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name's sake.

 

Stewart Best Says Noahide Laws Spell the Death of Christianity

According to Stewart Best, the DEATH of Christianity is coming. He cited the Bible verse where the Lord Jesus Christ prophesied the coming persecution and killing of Christians, but Stewart satanically leavened Jesus' statement by predicting that Christianity will one day be DEAD:

There are SEVEN SO-CALLED “NOAHIDE LAWS”. All people of the world are TO BE SUBJECT TO THEM, IT IS CLAIMED, and they spell the death of Christianity.

It is true that the beast (Antichrist) will persecute and kill as many saints as he can during his brief time of rule upon this earth, but God's Word assures us that even though Christians will die, Christianity will never die. Jesus Christ will return immediately after the tribulation for those He has preserved unto His coming:

For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first:

Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord. 1 Thess. 4:16, 17

Satan's followers long for Christianity to be obliterated from the face of the earth but that will never happen because Jesus promised that He would be with His people [and give them strength to be overcomers] unto the end of the world:

Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. Amen. Matthew 28:20

 

Stewart Best Says That Jesus Christ Forecast the Future

Stewart Best also occultly marked his article by stating that Jesus Christ forecast the coming persecution of Christians:

They lay the foundation for the coming Christian persecution, long forecast by Jesus Christ:

Matt 24:9

Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name's sake. [bold emphasis added]

Best used the word, forecast, which does not have the same meaning as the biblical term, prophesy.

Forecast means to calculate or predict (some future event or condition) usually as a result of study and analysis of available pertinent data; to indicate as likely to occur  (1)

Prophesy means the inspired declaration of divine will and purpose. (2)

 

Forecast: It Means Divination

Forecasting the future is divination:

Fortune telling is the art forecasting the future supposedly by supernatural means, is an ancient practice which is still popular today. Fortune telling is also known as divination. The one who practices this activity is known as a diviner.

(Quote source: What Does the Bible Say About Occult, Witchcraft...)

New Agers often synthesize the things of Satan and the things of God. Stewart Best did this by substituting the word, "forecast" for the word prophesy. The following excerpt from shirleymaclaine.com defines divination by using the word forecast and also illustrates the way New Agers combine the satanic and the divine:

The definition of divination is ability to forecast the future, but the word itself stems from Divine. The Divine has many names. The Creator, God, Creation and Allah to name a few. [bold emphasis added] (3)

 

The Lord Jesus Christ Did Not Forecast the Future

The Lord Jesus Christ is all-God and all-man at the same time. He is not a mere man who, during his time upon this earth, judged things to be probable (such as weather forecasters do) and he was not a sinner who used demons to forecast the future!

Stewart also used the word forecast in reference to general Bible prophecy:

Our film documentaries will tell you, and will prove what is happening was long forecast. [bold emphasis added]

Stewart communicated that his film documentaries will prove that what is happening was long forecast in the Bible. The word, "forecast" is not a synonym of the bible word, "prophesy," and should not be used in its place.

The Lord Jesus Christ did not forecast the future. He prophesied by speaking the words of His Father, who sent Him. (See 1 John 14:24)

 

Stewart Best used the Word Forecast in His UFO Article

Stewart Best also the word, "forecast" as a synonym for Bible prophecy in his article, "UFO Briefing," which is on Sherry Shriner's website:

The Zionist nation of Israel in the Middle East is central to Bible prophecy and the TIME OF THE END. The rise of Yasser Arafat and the PLO was forecast right to the exact day. (4)

 

Tim LaHaye also chose to use the Word Forecast in Reference to a Prophecy of the Lord Jesus

Tim LaHaye also chose to use this non-biblical word with occult connotations in reference to the Lord Jesus Christ in his book, Jesus, Who is He?

On Jesus' ability to forecast the future: "Now as He sat on the Mount of Olives opposite the temple, Peter...asked Him privately, "Tell us, when will all these things be? And what will be the sign when all these things will be fulfilled? (Mark 13: 3-4) [bold emphasis added] Jesus, Who is He? pg 95 and 96.

For more information on satanic markings on Tim LaHaye's works see: Occult Symbols on Tim LaHaye's Books

Notes:

(1) http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/forecast

(2) http://www.m-w.com/dictionary/prophesy

(3) http://www.shirleymaclaine.com/topics/divination-introduction.php

(4) http://www.sherryshriner.com/stewart/ufo-briefing.htm

warning: Sherry Shriner's websites contain false doctrine. She believes that the Apostle Paul was an antichrist and a liar and she sells orgone energy products--which she admits is also called, "Ch'i,"  or the "fifth element." What she does not reveal is that this "energy" is from demons.

Also see: Debunking Darklight

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