The Strong Delusion that is Now Over America

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  1. Dan.w says:

    You are correct brother John.America is dead as a nation,we are just ‘going through the motions’now.Romans 1 shows how people or nations can fall judgment.It starts off incrementally,then speeds up…then crashes.We have been a nation of mostly reprobates for a long time .God has His people,and we must keep Christ front and center at all times.We are on ‘the list’ with the Jews and others who satan hates.I look forward to Christ’s soon coming for us..not in the middle of the Tribulation as some might think.We must carefully use Scripture,and in them are all the answers the Lord would have for us who believe Him.He is not coming back for a battered ‘bride’,but for one without spot or blemish.Kinda takes the air out of mid-tribbers positions.God bless you watchman John,your friend,Dan.w

  2. Brian says:

    I love your commentary and it’s often spot-on. However, something you wrote in this posting needs a closer review. You wrote:

    “The drought already has a death grip on California, and it is just a matter of time until the earthquakes and volcanoes start. Both San Francisco and the state are doomed because of the sin and the church asleep at the wheel. The combination of both are spiritually deadly.”

    But not every church in the state is “asleep at the wheel.” There are individual congregations led by amazing men God has blessed. I’m thinking, for example, of men like the Rev. David Jeremiah, a best-selling author and senior pastor of San Diego’s Shadow Mountain Community Church, who often preaches about Bible prophecy and the need of God’s people to repent and turn back to Him. There’s also the Rev. Greg Laurie, of Harvest Christian Fellowship in suburban Los Angeles, who often has nationwide crusades calling the people of this nation back to God. In light of the Supreme Court gay marriage ruling, Laurie wrote this on his blog:

    “We need to pray for a spiritual awakening in America. We need to pray for our home church and the church as a whole. We are in this together. We stand together or we fall alone. Paul reminds us, “Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything” (Philippians 4:6).

    “We are launching a new initiative calling on Christians to pray every day for the month of July. We want to pray for our churches and for America. We are calling this initiative “3:20,” based on Ephesians 3:20-21, “Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us, to Him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever. Amen.”

    • JohnMcTernan says:

      It is wonderful that there is a tiny remnant of God’s people.
      I think they should be making plans to flee the state like Lot from Sodom.
      The time of judgment has arrived.

  3. Henry w says:

    chaplain John God bless you again for a very timely and informative posting I get a lot of strengh and hope coming here to your site that our time for departure is closer every day. Thank you thank you some days I don’t have my battle gear on like I should and you give me the encouragement to keep fighting the good fight also thanks to all the wonderful folks here who post and have kept me in there prayers. Hope to see you all soon in the air. YBIC

  4. James F. Marsh says:

    Thanks, John. I am praying that your boldness continues to inspire the Body of Christ. Keep on with what you are doing. jim

  5. steve says:

    John just want to say thanks for your site, I know a lot of people who read it. It’s time to finish the race.

  6. Rev Pete says:

    Has anyone noticed lately that more and more commercials are have gay couples in them. And there has been no rebuke from the church about these commercials. Can we say Laodicean Church.

  7. Ryan Thomas says:

    Amen Brian + John, if your not a 7 you can’t go to heaven, right Brian? And that by Christ’s righteousness, not by mans 666.
    Love to you saints.

  8. B. Ross says:

    Of all those on that long list of companies who support same sex marriage, the one that stood out to me the most was Pepsi. They also have been under the spot light for using [human] fetal tissue for food flavoring. It’s known as HEK-293. HEK is Human Embryonic Kidney. I haven’t researched it lately, but if I remember correctly, I believe Pepsi has since stopped the use of HEK-293 after coming under scrutiny (or so they say).

    Also on a sad note, as time goes on, I can truly see how the list of those who are going to be with the Lord in Heaven is growing ever shorter and shorter. Matthew 7:14 says, “Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.” Then again in Luke 13:23 as Jesus was teaching, one said unto him, “Lord, are there few that be saved?”

    With that I want to say to all the brethren, “Wherefore the rather, brethren, give diligence to MAKE YOUR CALLING AND ELECTION SURE: for IF ye do these things, ye shall never fall: For so an entrance shall be ministered unto you abundantly into the everlasting kingdom of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ” 2 Peter 10-11. Amen!

  9. AT says:

    Rev Pete you are right on. I believe this is slowly brainwashing tv viewers to fall into the delusion that homosexuality and everything in that realm is “normal”. They want to desensitize younger generations to see this as ok and normal every day life. It is disgusting.

  10. I want to win the race. Gotta fight hard.

  11. Denise in MI says:

    It’s actually 38 companies, as Ford, Coke, and Xerox do not contribute and asked to have their names removed from the list. Why does PP need donors when they get $528 million from the gov’t? Yet they get non-profit status. Abortion is ALL about making a profit. I will NEVER understand how a mother can murder her own child, nor how a doctor who takes an oath to “first do no harm” can murder for money and assuage his/her conscience by calling it “choice.”( I pray that those who have done either will search their hearts and repent. God can forgive even this.)

  12. Catherine says:

    In answer to Rev. Pete, I wrote an email to Tylenol for pushing the “gay agenda” in their commercials and they wrote a curt reply that they endorse all “human rights.” My husband is a pharmaceutical chemist who tells me Tylenol kills several thousand people a year through liver failure, so I have no problem boycotting the product.

  13. Johannes, Norway says:

    How dare this president be thinking so highly of himself?
    “US President Barack Obama said during a speech to the African Union on Tuesday that he had been a “pretty good” president, and that he would have been able to win a third term – if only the law allowed him to.”