Calamities Ahead!

17 07 2010

Where will today’s anti-Christian sentiments lead? What are the current consequences, and will there be future unanticipated results of this shocking

In the U.K., weekly attendance at Protestant worship services has fallen dramatically in the last few decades, and aggressive atheists make headlines. In such an environment, it is no surprise that surveys find that nearly two-thirds of British teenagers do not believe in God, and that nearly half feel that organized religion should not have any place in the world.
Another U.K. study revealed that in some parts of the increasingly secular nation, almost three-fourths of births now occur outside of marriage (The Sunday Times, April 18, 2010). This shocking figure confirms the ancient prophecies by Hosea, regarding the Israelite peoples, that because they have “walked by human precept”—chosen to “do their own thing”—they have “begotten pagan children” (Hosea 5:7, 11). Long ago, God warned the Israelites, to whom as His chosen people He had revealed His laws—”if you do not obey Me, and do not observe all these commandments, and if you despise My statutes… I will even appoint terror over you… you shall be defeated by your enemies… I will break the pride of your power… I will lay your cities waste… I will scatter you among the nations and draw out a sword after you” (Leviticus 26:15–33).
In light of these ancient prophecies, it is hardly a coincidence that America, Britain and other modern Israelite nations are facing serious financial woes, increasing social strife and a loss of influence in the world—at the same time that they are turning away from any pretense of worshiping God—and are even making it a criminal offense to speak out or stand up for biblical truths or, indeed, any teachings in the name of “Christianity.” It is certainly a sad day when governments decide that it is appropriate to ban the Bible in public schools, and when nations that once proclaimed themselves “Christian” now suffer from what U.K. Member of Parliament Mark Pritchard has called “Christianophobia” (BBC News, December 4, 2007). Unless we repent as nations, acknowledge our mistakes and turn to God, the “handwriting is on the wall” for the modern nations descended from ancient Israel!




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