Aliens & The Antichrist

            Most Christians have no idea the magnitude of elaborate deception that's on our near horizon. For the better part of 2000 years, all prophecy has been painted through primitive quaint-colored glasses. But if anyone were to accurately make a movie about what's prophesied to come, no one would ever suspect it was a Biblical story until the very end of the plot when it's revealed to us that we've been rooting for the wrong side all through-out the film. Today's podcast is a round table discussion with Andrew James and his co-host Nate from the radio program, "Uncommon Christianity" in which we discussed alien abductions, the technology of cloning and hybridization, and how all of it ties together with end-time prophecy and the coming of the Antichrist. Our discussion lasts for a little over an hour and all of the relevant Bible passages are listed below in the order in which they're referenced.





1 Hour 12 Minutes
July 25, 2014


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SESSION NOTES


I. The 1st Massive Invasion Of Fallen Angels Against The Women Of Earth.
A. Genesis 6:1-13
B. 2nd Peter 2:4-5
C. Jude 1:6


II. The Seed Of The Woman VS The Seed Of The Serpent.
A. Genesis 3:15


III. When God Creates A Life.
A. Psalm 139:12-16
B. Colossians 1:16-17


IV. Incredible Signs & Wonders That Will Deceive Even The Elect.
A. Matthew 24:24
B. Mark 13:22


V. The Great Christian Evacuation For Which "Aliens" Are Already Crafting A Cover-Story.
A. Matthew 24:37-42
B. 1st Thessalonians 4:16 - 5:11
C. Luke 21:25-26


VI. Nimrod & The Tower Of Babel.
A. Genesis 10:8-12
B. Genesis 11:1-9


VII. The Abomination Of Desolation & The Image & Mark Of The Beast. ( 666 = DNA Signature? )
A. Daniel 9:27
B. Matthew 24:15-22
C. Revelation 13:14-18


VIII. The Two Witnesses Of Revelation 11. ( Moses & Elijah? )
A. Matthew 17:1-8
B. Revelation 11:3-13


IX. The Antichrist Will Oppose & Exalt Himself Above All That Is Called God.
A. 2nd Thessalonians 2:3-9


X. Jesus' Prophecy Of The Antichrist Coming In His Own Name.
A. John 5:43


XI. The Holy Spirit's Prophecy Of Future Christians Turning To Doctrines Of Demons.
A. 1st Timothy 4:1


XII. Satan & His Ministers Masquerade As Angels Of Light & Righteousness.
A. 2nd Corinthians 11:14-15


XIII. Those With The Mark Of The Beast Will Seek Death & Will Not Find It.
A. Revelation 9:6
B. Revelation 16:2



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Understanding Biblical Forgiveness

            The need to forgive is something we hear a lot about but very few can explain how it's done. Even our dictionaries run around in circles attempting to define the word forgiveness without any real success. Psychology has built an empire on counseling because of our collective inability to heal from past hurts. Many of us in an attempt to heal through forced forgiveness wind up hurting ourselves even more without really knowing why. From God's perspective, the ability to forgive is dependent upon the blood of Jesus Christ. Without Christ's blood, it is impossible for even the Father to forgive. So if God Himself cannot forgive without the blood, then how can we? The Scriptures indicate that the transfer of our transgressions onto the cross, brought God personal satisfaction. But how? How did the Father receive healing from the blood? And if God Himself cannot heal from his own hurts without the blood of Jesus Christ, then how can we be expected to?

            Satan has done a masterful job of covering up and completely hiding the truth about what it takes for anyone to be able to forgive and heal from past hurts. The key ingredient, the fuel that makes it possible, THE ONLY WAY TO BE ABLE TO FORGIVE ANYONE OF ANYTHING requires the blood of Jesus Christ. Without the blood of Christ, attempting to forgive actually causes us more harm. It's unhealthy both physically and spiritually. Forgiveness is not about the other person, it's not even about the transgression. Forgiveness is about healing from the hurt that a transgression has caused which only the blood of Jesus Christ can heal. But how is the blood applied? How does that work? Folks, I've been studying the Bible since 1995 and it wasn't until THIS VERY YEAR that I learned what I'm about to share with you in this session.





1 Hour 23 Minutes
August 23, 2012


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SESSION NOTES


The Biblical Definition Of Forgiveness & The Secret Ingredient.
A. Matthew 18:21-22
B. Matthew 6:5-13
C. Hebrews 9:22



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Forgiveness VS Reconciliation

            The primary reason why forgiveness is such a challenge for most Christians today is because we've been falsely taught that it should always result in reconciliation. But Jesus shows us in Matthew Chapter 18, that this simply is not the case. The most obvious example is the forgiveness of the cross. The Scriptures teach that the blood of Jesus Christ covered the sins of the entire world and yet, not every sinner has been reconciled to God. Why not? Didn't God forgive them? Forgiveness and reconciliation are separate things, they are not the same. While Jesus commands us to be forgiving, he also gives us an example of when it's justifiable for Christians to reject reconciliation. It's surprising to discover that in spite of all we've been told, Christians are given the authority by Jesus Himself to exercise discernment concerning whether or not we should be reconciled with someone who's committed an offense against us.





36 Minutes
February 10, 2012


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SESSION NOTES


I. Forgiveness & Reconciliation Are Separate Things; They Are Not The Same.
A. An Example Of Biblically Justified Unreconciliation:
1. Matthew 18:15-17
2. 1st Corinthians 5:1-11
3. 2nd Corinthians 2:4-11
4. 2nd Corinthians 7:8-12
B. Forgiveness Is A Command, But Doesn't Always Include Reconciliation:
1. Matthew 6:12
2. 1st John 2:2
3. John 3:36


II. Do Christians Have The Right To Judge Each Other?
A. 1st Corinthians 2:15
B. 1st Corinthians 15:33
C. 1st John 1:6-7



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True Greatness Defined

            Jesus overheard a debate between his disciples about who among them would be greatest in the Kingdom of Heaven. So Jesus sat down a little child next to him to use as a visual aid to represent the child of God and then proceeded to give a lecture on (1) how to get into the Kingdom, (2) how to be great in the Kingdom and (3) how to receive the King's favor. Regarding greatness, he explained that it's the humility of our heart before God as our Father that makes us truly great. We examine what this means and unravel how Jesus defined true greatness in the Kingdom of Heaven.





18 Minutes
July 30, 2011


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SESSION NOTES


I. Who Is Greatest In The Kingdom Of Heaven?
A. The Question:
1. Matthew 18:1
2. Mark 9:33-34
3. Luke 9:46
B. The Answer:
1. Matthew 18:2-5
2. Mark 9:35-37
3. Luke 9:47-48





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Faith That Moves Mountains

            All of us have to deal with various types of immovable mountains in our path that are huge and intimidating. They're too high for us to climb over, they're too big to go around and too thick to tunnel through. These mountains can be circumstantial, emotional, financial, physical or even demonic. Jesus said that just the faith of a mustard seed could enable us to remove mountains and nothing would be impossible for us. He also said that the ingredients to building that kind of faith required prayer and fasting but what does that mean? It's not what you think. In this session, we set aside some special time to address specifically the kind of faith that moves mountains, how to get that faith, what prayer and fasting is REALLY all about and then we examine various types of mountains and how God removes them.





49 Minutes
September 10, 2010


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SESSION NOTES


I. The Disciples Fail To Heal A Child From Demonic Possession.
A. Matthew 17:14-17
B. Mark 9:14-19
C. Luke 9:37-41


II. A Behavioral Study Of Demons Once They've Been Outmatched.
A. Matthew 17:18
B. Mark 9:20-27
C. Luke 9:42


III. Identifying Faith That's Like A Grain Of Mustard Seed.
A. Matthew 17:19-21
B. Mark 9:28-29
C. Prayer And Fasting: What That Really Means (It's Not What You Think).
D. Faith That Moves Mountains.
1. Hebrews 11:1
2. Proverbs 3:5-6
E. Examining Various Types Of Mountains And How To Deal With Them.



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Losing Your Life To Save It

            "YOU will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed (fixed and focused) on YOU." (Isaiah 26:3) "Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart." (Psalm 37:4) "Do not worry or be anxious (living in fear), saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ for your heavenly Father knows that you have need of all these things. Seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you." (Matthew 6:31-33) "For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also." (Matthew 6:21)

              I believe these are the foundations for what Jesus meant when he said in Matthew 16:25 "Whoever Saves His Life Will Lose It, But Whoever Loses His Life For My Sake Will Find It." In this session we talk about seeking 1st the Kingdom of God, what it means to carry our cross and follow him, to delight ourselves in the Lord and we address unmet needs and the desires of our heart.





30 Minutes
August 6, 2010


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SESSION NOTES


I. Understanding The Meaning Behind The Phrase, "Take Up Your Cross And Follow Me."
A. Matthew 16:24
B. Mark 8:34
C. Luke 9:23


II. Solving A Mystery: "Whoever Saves His Life Will Lose It, But Whoever Loses His Life Will Save It."
A. Matthew 16:25-26
B. Mark 8:35-37
C. Luke 9:24-25


III. Seeking First The Kingdom Of God: The Coming Reward Ceremony In Which Jesus Is The Judge & Rewarder.
A. Matthew 16:27


IV. Jesus' Reaction Upon His Return Toward Christians Who Were Ashamed Of Him And His Teachings.
A. Mark 8:38
B. Luke 9:26


V. Seeking 1st The Kingdom Of God / Delighting Yourself In The Lord / Unmet Needs & The Desires Of Your Heart.
A. Matthew 6:19-21
B. Psalm 37:3-8


ALL QUOTES & REFERENCES TO THE AMPLIFIED BIBLE ARE FROM THE PRE-2012 CLASSIC EDITION.


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The Church VS The Ecclesia

            The word "church" is used in our English Bibles for the Greek word "ecclesia" which simply means "assembly or congregation". In the context of every place the word "ecclesia" appears in the original Greek, it refers to those who belong to the family of God. It hasn't anything to do with Sunday mornings or public places of worship. As a matter of fact, the more you read what the Bible has to say about the purpose of our assembling together, you'll discover that most (if not all) of those purposes are left unfulfilled in today's public places of worship. So if the Greek word "ecclesia" means "assembly or congregation," then why doesn't our English Bibles just translate it that way? Where did the word "church" come from and what does it mean?





13 Minutes
July 23, 2010


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The Christian Walk


SESSION NOTES


I. Peter Confesses That Jesus Is The Christ; The Messiah; The Son Of The Living God.
A. Matthew 16:13-16
B. Matthew 16:20
C. Mark 8:27-30
D. Luke 9:18-21


II. Upon Peter's Confession, Jesus Introduces The Ecclesia (Unfortunately Translated "Church" In Our English Bibles).
A. Matthew 16:17-18
B. Hebrews 10:24-25


III. Flashback: When Jesus Was Asked About Where People Should Worship.
John 4:19-24


ALL QUOTES & REFERENCES TO THE AMPLIFIED BIBLE ARE FROM THE PRE-2012 CLASSIC EDITION.


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