TURNING FROM THE CROSS
Traces of the characteristic work of Satan as deceiver can be discerned among the disciples of the Christ. He deceives Peter into speaking words of temptation to the Lord, suggesting His turning from the path of the Cross (Matt. 16: 22- 23), and later on takes hold of the same disciple in the Judgment Hall (Lk. 22: 31), prompting him to the lie, "I know not the Man," with the very purpose of deception (Matt. 26: 74). Further traces of the work of the deceiver may be seen in the Epistles of Paul, in his references to the "false apostles," "deceitful workers," and Satan's workings as an "angel of light," and "his ministers as ministers of righteousness" among the people of God (II Cor. 11: 13-15).
WARNING TO THE SLUMBERING CHURCH
Will the masses of distracted and undiscerning “Christians” of the last days be so spiritually blind and oblivious that Satan will get away with achieving his greatest project? Will he accomplish the task of blending and melding “Christianity” with witchcraft? Sadly, it is happening before our very eyes! By means of a crafty plan of gradualism, churches are being transformed into de facto covens of occultism and witchcraft.
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