Michael Bresciani
Satan makes history in Britain and the cover of 'Rolling Stone' in the U.S.
By Michael Bresciani
July 19, 2013

Centuries of British nobility have turned the corner for the worse. In spite of the British Coalition for Marriage having seven times as many supporters as the conservative party, David Cameron and Queen Elizabeth II are proudly announcing the right for gays to marry in England. The gays and the liberals are ecstatic, but the rank and file across the island nation are repulsed and sickened.

Sir Gerald Howarth, a former government minister, said Britain had no right to re-define marriage and he said it was an "absolute parliamentary disgrace."

Nobility and disgrace are a perfect non-sequitur on display in the parliament and the apostate Church of England. (Anglican) This announcement brings home, in full clarity, the meaning of the last days' prophetic warnings of the Bible.

The warning of scripture is that, because the nations choose the prurient, the perverted, and all that opposes the commandments of God, they will be given over to reprobation to prepare them for their own judgment and the last days' tumults and dark days. To use the most fundamental language of biblical theology – it is Satanic, and it will bring judgment.

Britain's ignominiousness has been outshined only by America's contumaciousness.

At about the same time the queen announced her favor for the gays, Rolling Stone magazine published the picture of Boston bomber suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in full color with dazzling air brushed quality on the cover of their latest edition. Famed musician Ted Nugent, who made the cover of RS himself in 1979, said RS produces mostly dope-inspired leftist tripe and he blasted the magazine for its cover.

Nugent said, "It is important the young readers of RS know how a fellow dope smoker lost his mind and doped his way into the evil, brain-dead Islamist terrorism and the horror he wreaked on innocent Americans."

Rolling Stone once adorned their cover with a picture of Charles Manson; we can only imagine that they will be perfectly willing to publish the face of the antichrist, when as prophecy promises, he arrives to turn the world completely on its ear.

Those who still trust their Bibles know that Satan has many faces and his doctrine and message have many modern faces and voices.

This writer, along with a myriad of others, is willing to risk being labeled just another Bible-thumping, right-wing voice decrying the world's plunge into everything evil to declare that we are allowing all that is nascent to lead us into the ancient prophecies of the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ and the judgment of nations.

From Christian sites on the backwaters of the internet to the voices of our best-known preachers and prophets, the warnings are faithfully forwarded to a lost and dying world. The advice is simple, but profoundly important; take heed.

The Apostle Peter charged all believers to "take heed," but especially as we see the last days approaching. Peter emphatically warned that "prophecy" was the key that alone could keep us from failing as these dreadful times unfold. To wit:

"We have also a more sure word of prophecy; whereunto ye do well that ye take heed, as unto a light that shineth in a dark place, until the day dawn, and the day star arise in your hearts." (2 Pet 1: 19)

© Michael Bresciani


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