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Primed for Deception -- Characteristics of the Antichrist -- Introduction

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The purpose of All Will Stand is that the world realizes that each individual will give an account of themselves to their Creator (Ro. 14:12).  If they have not repented towards God (Acts 17:30-31) and by faith believed into Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior (Acts 20:21, John 14:6, Acts 4:12), then their names are not written in the Book of Life (Rev. 20:11-15).  No man knows the day nor the hour (Mt. 24:36).  We can certainly say that we are in the season of the end times, but we also know that there will be a generation who will be Raptured (1 Cor. 15:51-58, 1 Thes. 5:1-11), prior to the "time of Jacob's trouble" (Jer. 30:7).  In this series we will be looking at several things regarding the Antichrist. In order to prove how the world is primed for deception, not knowing whether this is the generation that will deal with such a circumstance or not, the example will be given using President Donald Trump.  Some interesting facts have been brought to light regarding his presidency, which would make him a good example to prove how the Antichrist could rise to power with very few people being aware of that.  In looking at the characteristics of the Antichrist, those found throughout the Bible, we will then compare it to show how in our day and age such a deception could take place.  All Will Stand is NOT suggesting that President Donald Trump is the Antichrist.  The simple fact is the unveiling of that man will not be known until the end of the Church age (2 Thes. 2:7-17).  The purpose is to show how our ignorance of the Bible, as well as the deception spoken of as a warning to those who refused the Truth, is ripe during this day and age.  There is no special prophetic revelations claimed, just simply a study of the Bible, pointing out some rare known facts, being taught the Holy Scriptures from the Holy Spirit, as any other Believer should (1 John 2:27). 

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