LEFT BEHIND - Tim LaHaye & Can A True Christian Willfully Reject God
Tim LaHaye's Masonic
Left Behind: LaHaye's Masonic Connections
by James Whisler [firstname.lastname@example.org]
I have written in the past about the significance of the Left Behind movie's production date and release dates running simultaneously with the top four Satanic holidays. I have since then calculated the odds of this happening by chance. I will give a quick review first.
There are 8 primary holidays in witchcraft and Satanism. In the Illuminati they are known as the 8 nights of human sacrifice for obvious reasons. There are four major and four minor ones:
1) Candlemas or Imbolg -- Feb. 1,2- major
2) Ostara- March 21 (Spring Equinox) - minor
3) Beltane or Roodmas - May 1 (founding day for the Illuminati in 1776)- major
4) Litha-- June 21 (summer solstice) - minor
5) Lughnasadh or Lammas- August 1 - major
6) Mabon- September 21 (autumnal equinox) - minor
7) Samhain or Hallowe'en- October 29-31 - major
8) Yule- December 21 (Winter solstice) - minor
Luciferians seek Satanic blessings by not only performing their jobs in their sacred locations where they believe there are vortexes of occultic power (seehttp://www.cuttingedge.org/n1040.html) but also seek Satanic blessings by initiating their projects on their Satanic holy days.
On May 1, 2000, Beltane (major Satanic holiday) they began production on the movie 'Left Behind'. 13 weeks later on August 1, Lughnasadh (major Satanic holiday) they released the 'making of Left Behind' for sale. 13 weeks later on October 31, Samhain (major Satanic holiday) they released the 'Left Behind' movie for sale 13 weeks from that date on Feb.2, 2001 Candlemas (major Satanic holiday) they released 'Left Behind' into the theaters across the country. (see these dates on http://www.upcomingmovies.com/leftbehind.html.)
The odds that Peter LaLonde hit those four Occultic days by chance with his production and release dates is 1 in 17,458,601,160. Or one in seventeen billion, four hundred fifty-eight million, six hundred and one thousand, one hundred sixty. If you believe this is a coincidence then you probably believe it was a coincidence that Jesus died on Passover, was resurrected during Feast of Firstfruits and that the Holy Spirit fell and the church was born on the Feast of Pentecost.
But how could these guys be seeking Satanic blessings? After all, isn't the movie a great witnessing tool? Only if your gospel message is changed to being raptured to avoid the hard times which are coming to this earth. There was no true message of the cross, the atoning blood of Christ, repenting and believing on the name of Jesus for salvation. No scripture was used for this purpose, no sinner's prayer. An unsaved person watching that movie has no idea of the true meaning of salvation. And if he is converted by someone, due to the messages in the movie or book series, he will walk away from this faith when he realizes the tribulation has started and that he was lied to.
Is this another coincidence below?
Can A True Christian Willfully Reject God and Take the Mark?
According to Tim LaHaye, a Christian can not exercise his will to save his own life in this world and accept the mark of the beast. His book, Are We Living in the End Times?, contains this statement concerning a Christian obtaining the mark of the beast:
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