A Teaching from Dave Hunt

The contrasts between Christ and Antichrist are instructive. Our Lord was despised and rejected by Israel and by the world: the Antichrist will be hailed and embraced. Christ was mocked and jeered: the Antichrist will be praised. The cry of those who rejected Christ was, “We’ll not have this man to reign over us!” It is incredible to realize that in contrast the Antichrist will be accepted not only by the world but by Israel as well. Jesus told the Jewish leaders in His day, “I am come in my Father’s name, and ye receive me not: if another shall come in his own name, him ye will receive” (John 5:43).

Christ’s kingdom of light and truth is heavenly (“My kingdom is not of this world” – John 18:36); Antichrist’s kingdom of darkness is built upon a lie and is totally of this world. It is sad to see so many evangelical Christians becoming increasingly entangled in this world, joining with Catholics, Mormons and other cultists and occultists to pursue its political and social agendas—and in the process losing their hope of heaven. It was characteristic of the early church that they knew they were the ekklesia, the called-out ones, who were no longer of this world (John 17:6,14,16) but were eagerly waiting (1 Thessalonians 1:10) and watching for Christ to return to take them to heaven (Hebrews 9:28; Jn:14:2-3). That hope must be awakened! ~DAVE HUNT


3 thoughts on “A Teaching from Dave Hunt

  1. It’s our job to make sure we communicate with the church at large the CORRECT Jesus..the only ONE who can save mankind. That is known as doctrine which the church at large seems to shy away from…result deception. Sometimes I wonder about how many are actually saved just by the “sinner’s prayer”. Discipleship is lacking. These mega churches put an empty cross on their roofs but no more do I see big billboards or big neon signs on the church grounds that Jesus Saves. Instead we have spiritual contemplation, prophet schools, christian yoga, chrislam, fake apostles, rock “music”, toss out the doctrinal hymn books, sing 7-11 “hymns”, no Wed nite, or Sat services, no real prayer times prior to services, non offensive ‘sermons’, church sponsored gay marriage, lesbian & homo “pastors”, etc etc. Something for all the church “customers”.
    There’s a line in a song by Waylan Jennings, “don’t think Hank done it this way”. I would have to say I don’t think the original 12 apostles done it this way…

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