Is Mystery Babylon Spiritual or Physical?
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- Is Mystery Babylon Spiritual or Physical?
R by rudenski
Is Mystery Babylon Spiritual or Physical? Or maybe it is just a false doctrine that is the biggest lie of all? When human beings believe other human beings are less human and less worthy of God's love than people who believe differently than they believe, then it is no mystery to me why America could be under the judgement of the world. But what about God? Doctrine is not why America is or is not Mystery Babylon; God sees our hearts. If America is Mystery Babylon, then it is not because they have this or that religious doctrine but rather it is because Americans have turned from a God who is love to a god who is the Father of Lies. Today in America, church people are calling for the blood of people of another faith and calling them terrorists because of their faith. Is this a part of the American Christian faith? Have "We the People," de-humanized the rest of humanity, calling them cursed to hell, while calling those who believe as we believe "saved?"
Every day in America, we mock God and attribute hatred to a God who is love. While Christians in America may be saved, and they will make it into heaven, their lives here on earth are often hell. Are our families torn apart by our own judgemnet about others? There is a doctrine that says, judge not lest you be judged; for with the same measure you judge you will be judged. America, as Christian Nation, is systematically judging every faith in God or lack of faith in God, other than their faith in God, as unworthy of God's love; what judgement will this judgement receive from the hands of an angry god?
If America is Mystery Babylon, then I perceive this is the judgement that America will receive: God can only look on love; God cannot even look on sin and if our nation's hearts are filled with fear and un-love then we are invisible to God. Only by turning from fear and un-love and turning to love will we hear God's call to come out of Babylon. The time for repentance is drawing near.
When I was a child, I imagined Jesus as a loving brother but when I attended church I imagined God as some kind of punisher waiting to toss me into the flames of hell. As I have come to know that my Jesus and my God have the same personality, I began to see the error of my religious views. Jesus was something I knew from some core part of my being but the God I learned about in my youth in church was a vindictive God who carried a grudge forever. The God I have come to know since I began a conversation with God forgives and forgets our sins and loves all of those who have any love in their heart.
The God I now know is greater than the God of my youth and much more loving than I could ever have imagined. When Jesus asked his father to forgive the sins of mankind, God did. Even today, America's brand of Christianity holds mankind as worthy of judgement by hellfire, yet there are doctrines that proclaim that if man could just be more righteous and follow the correct doctine, he could avoid hellfire. By believing we can earn salvation, we may say with our mouth that Jesus is Lord, but then proclaim out of the other side of our mouth say Jesus was a liar and that God did not forgive every sin of mankind. This to me is part of the great apostasy or turning away from a God who is love.
If American Christians don't want to spread a message that God loves them then, it is because they don't really belive that message, because that might make them equal to their fellow human-kind. If we are to judge those of other faiths as less worthy of God's love then will we be judged by our own judgement? Yesterday, we marched on Afganistan; today we march on Iraq; tomorrow, will the world will march on America? We can close our eyes to what is going on in our name.
Is the time coming soon when God will ask all of those who believe in a God of Love to come out of Babylon? Is America Mystery Babylon? I have been struggling with America in scriptural end-times doctrine for years and all along the way, I have been slowly trying to get my house in order but my family is scattered and I am not sure if I could leave my family behind. The Jews in Nazi Germany must have felt the same pain as they were hauled away on trains to their death. There are worse things than death; upon my death, I will return to a God who loves me beyond my imagination... The worst thing about death to me is to leave my country, my family, my children and the world to the hands of a god who was a liar from the beginning; if I leave to go to the Father of Lights and I don't tell you how great and merciful my God is then you may not know the greatst love that there is, while you live. My life has been blessed beyond measure for knowing the God who is love.
When I hear the same old dogma of condemnation for anyone who is not righteous in their own eyes in churches today, I can not help but shake my head and ask if professing Christians in America pray to the same God I pray to? Do they know the good news about God forgiving "all" of the sins of mankind? From church to church I visit, I have found the churches of America who profess a belief in Jesus must have missed this important message. Then there are other churches who don't believe in God at all and their churches are just social clubs. Where is the true church in America? If I regret anything, in my death, I will regret not having told every human who carries a soul that God loves them. For the citizens of my nation, my family, my children, and all of the families & all of the children of the world, I pray that you have found the God who is love and I pray that if you have not begun a relationship with a God who is love that you will start your first conversation with God who love today. There is no mystery in Mystery Babylon to me; America come out of Spiritual Babylon and return to your first love... Remember that song;
"Jesus loves the little children/ All the little children of the world/ Yellow, Red, Black & White/ They are precious in His sight/Jesus loves the little children of the world."
When I was a child, I knew that song was true...I just knew it. We are all God's children and "all" includes "everyone."
What are your opinions? Avoid personal attacks. I really want to know what you believe from that part of you that knows.
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