No Need for God

New World Order Series, Part 3

Jim Allen

"Prominent politicians and world leaders like Woodrow Wilson after World War I, Mikhail Gorbachev after the Cold War, and George H.W. Bush after the Gulf War used the term ‘new world order' to define the need for global oneness in cooperation and vision. Today, the names of the ‘movers and shakers' of the new world order have changed. Henry Kissinger stated in 1994, ‘The New World Order cannot happen without U.S. participation, as we are the most significant single component. Yes, there will be a New World Order, and it will force the United States to change its perceptions.' Recent proof of U.S. participation in the New World Order is well documented and now openly promoted by world leaders during various high level meetings, such as the G20 Summit on global economy and finance." [1]

The Bible warns about a time when political and religious leaders would come to the world's stage for the single purpose of launching a new era of hope and change for humanity. (1 John 2:18; Revelation 13:1-9; 17:8-14; Daniel 7:8-26; Daniel 9:24-27; Deuteronomy 30:4-5) [2] They are here and now working to transform the world systems into one. Within the global charters and agreements being drawn up today, there is no mention of Yahweh, the God of Israel. In fact, there is unanimous resolve in the preamble of the Earth Charter to cast aside intolerant Christianity in order to promote its global society of shared values. [3] Yes, there will be a god in the new era of humanity, but it will be the generic god of the final apostasy, accepting all diversity of worship in all faiths and forms.

"The most popular apostasy in Christendom today is the teaching that God has revealed Himself in many different ways to diverse cultures and that, therefore, all religions worship the same god, but just use different names. From this viewpoint, the Allah of Islam is the same as the Yahweh of Judaism and both are the same as the Krishna of Hinduism. The natural conclusion that is drawn from this apostate idea is that there are many different paths to God, Jesus being only one of them." [4]

Although world rulers are fabricating the generic god to capitalize on the many different paths to spiritual enlightenment, they will merge them by using heavy-handed tactics. Like those before them, these leaders will look upon their corrupt behavior as a rite-of-passage to world governance, cloaking their dictator-like duplicitous nature in persuasively smooth rhetoric while plotting dark plans of demise for anyone who challenges their authority.

Today, the heretical religious clergy and governmental elite are working untiringly to usher in a New World Order without God. They are, however, in for a big surprise, because any human inspired utopia, without the wisdom of God to guide them, will fail. Human hearts are dark, narcissistic, and laced with evil imaginations. Only God and the Gospel of Jesus Christ are capable of bringing lasting peace and goodwill among men (Luke 2:14). The Bible makes it very clear that all things associated with this life are passing away, including false religions, apostate churches, and the many corrupt governments responsible for widespread global suffering, turmoil, discontent, hate, and death (2 Corinthians 4:16; Hebrews 9:27).

Yes, hope and change are necessary in order to live in peace and harmony, but it must be the hope and change that comes from faith in Jesus Christ. The Psalmist says of God, "...He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in Him will I trust (Psalm 91:2)." Our hope and change can never be based on the promises given by governments and religions that would step between God and humanity. These ruling elite are mere puppets on the stage of life dancing to a dark tune unaware of God's eternal truths.

Satan is the "puppet master" tugging strategically on the heartstrings of government and religious leaders worldwide. He is using his puppets to rehearse the opening act. Who among us would have ever imagined these things might come to pass in our lifetime? The Bible cautions us not to despair. Our future does not include this world. We are Christ's Ambassadors living on a fallen Earth. Our work is nearly done, and the midnight call is soon to sound (2 Corinthians 5:20; Matthew 25:6).

Next: Part 4 - The Opening Act

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Published 10-9-12