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NOTR - The Heathen In The Temple - 6.6.17

Today's Show: THE HEATHEN IN THE TEMPLE - 6.6.2017

Chris discusses the symbolism of Psalm chapter 79 and how it may pertain to events happening in the Church and the Western world today.  "Oh God, the heathen are come into thine inheritance; thy holy temple have they defiled ..."  The advance of the subversive global agenda continues to move forward, as the recent knife attack in London has stunned the Western world.  The multicultural movement insists that somehow all cultures believe the same things, and that Islam is no different.  But is the real issue that the historically Christian governments of Europe stubbornly refuse to acknowledge that the first commandment has been put aside, while the followers of pagan gods are violating God's people?

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Reader Comments (2)

Great Program Chris!! The following link also expresses the need for the church to return to God in light of what happened back on Sept 11, 2001 ..


June 9, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterGreg

It is so important that the church recognizes the difference between the spirit of error and the Spirit of Truth ..

Horatius Bonar warned in his day:
The spirit of the age which makes light of error, as if it were not sin. Even some who call themselves Christians, have lost their dread of error, and are hurrying on from opinion to opinion, exulting in their freedom from old fetters and trammels, reckoning themselves peculiarly honest and unprejudiced. Alas for truth in such a case! How can it be reached? Alas for the love of truth! How can it exist where there is no fear of error?

June 14, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterGreg

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