Thursday, 8 August 2019

What would a one world government mean?

What would a one world government mean?
a. It is an anti-God and anti-Christ alliance, an attempt to destroy the knowledge of God. Ps. 2:1-3.
b. Since everybody upon the earth will not hold their ideology, but will (some of them) campaign against them and win others as to destroy the one world scheme, those that disagree must be destroyed or eliminated, or the knowledge of God must be wiped out from them. Thus a one world Government means totalitarian persecution.
"The men of Babel had determined to establish a government that should be independent of God. There were some among them, however, who feared the Lord, but who had been deceived by the pretensions of the ungodly and drawn into their schemes. For the sake of these faithful ones the Lord delayed His judgments and give the people time to reveal their true character. As this was developed, the sons of God laboured to turn them from their purpose; but the people were fully united in their Heaven-daring undertaking. Had they gone on unchecked, they would have demoralized the world in its infancy. Their confederacy was founded in rebellion; a kingdom established for self-exaltation, but in which God was to have no rule or honour. Had this confederacy been permitted, a mighty power would have borne sway to banish righteousness-and with it peace, happiness, and security-from the earth. For the divine statutes, which are "holy and just and good" (Romans 7:12), men were endeavouring to substitute laws to suit the purpose of their own selfish and cruel heart." Ellen G. White, Patriarchs and Prophets, pg. 123.
So God divided the nations to preserve His knowledge so that salvation would be available to everyone. Acts. 17:26, 27.
5. The future and final attempt at world government. Rev. 13: 11-17.
a. The Evangelicals use miracles to get the world in a unified image of the Beast system with the sign of this one world government - the Mark of the Beast. Rev. 13:11-17.
b. Atheism also unites world thinking in an anti - God way. Rev. 17:3,7,12,13.
6. One world government always is to fight against God. Rev. 16:13,14,16; Rev. 17:14; Rev. 19:19.
7. One world government will destroy all false religion. Rev. 17:12-14,16,17.
8. The one world government will end in dismal failure. Ps. 2: 4-9; Rev. 19:19-21.
9. God's warning to all to escape the one world government. Rev. 16:13-15.
a. Watcheth: Isa. 21:6; Eze. 33:6,7; Matt. 24:42-44; Matt. 25:13.
b. Garments: Eccl. 9:8; Rev. 3:18; Rev. 19:8.
c. Naked: 2 Chr. 28:19; Eze. 23:29.
d. Shame: Pr. 11:2; Pr. 13:5,18; Jer. 3:25; Eze. 16:52,61; 1 Cor. 15:34; 1 Jn. 2:28.

The UNGodly and Unconstitutional arguement for the removal of the buggery laws of Trinidad and Tobago. (By Roger Hume - Research Officer of the Thusian Institute for Religious Liberty)

The main argument of the sodomite is that the buggery laws is unconstitutional therefore violates the rights of the sodomites. This argument is to cloth their unnatural sex practice as normal and the society must accept this as a right sex behavior. However, it is a misleading, wrong, and deceptive use of the word 'rights'. Rights are human rights. The first thing we must hold in our minds is that man was created by God. God created two genders: Male and Female. God made them with equal human rights. Thus rights comes from God, this mean that rights are inalienable. Our Constitution of Trinidad an Tobago acknowdges these truths and realties of humanity, existence in our society and nations of the earth. Therefore it is God who defines our understanding of rights. Rights are not actions, they are not doing things, they are life preserving principles of equality for all under law. Sodomites and actvitist who use the fallacious propaganda aguments claiming that the buggery laws are unconstitutional is invalid, for the buggery laws potect the venerable children, women and men from dangerous predators. Buggery is an unnatural sex activity. For our posterior was not created by God for sexual activity or for projectiles to be used as an activity there. These practices brings about many diseases. The removal of the buggery laws therefore will lead to public health crisis for many people who have been restrained by this law would have a legal justification to do these abominations thus inviting the judgement of God as had happened to the five cities on thw plain located around the dead sea. Sodom, Gommorah, Admah, Bela and Zeboim.


A world war is on the brink of occurring because of the US foreign policy against the Syrian President Basar Al Assad. So let's look at what Wikipedia says about this man, maybe he is a revolutionary who staged a coup and took control of the people by force. I quote the following from Wikipedia:
"On 10 July 2000, Assad was elected as President, succeeding his father, who died in office a month prior. In the 2000 and subsequent 2007 election, he received 99.7% and 97.6% support, respectively, in uncontested referendums on his leadership.[2][3][4]
On 16 July 2014, Assad was sworn in for another seven-year term after receiving 88.7% of votes in the first contested presidential election in Ba'athist Syria's history.[5][6][7] The election was dismissed as a "sham" by the Syrian opposition and its Western allies,[8][9] while an international delegation of observers from more than 30 countries[10] stated that the election was "free and fair".[11] The Assad government describes itself as secular,[12] while some political scientists have claimed that the government exploits sectarian tensions in the country and relies upon the Alawite minority to remain in power.[13][14]
Previously seen by the international community as a potential reformer, the United States, the European Union, and the majority of the Arab League called for Assad's resignation from the presidency after he allegedly ordered crackdowns and military sieges on Arab Spring protesters, which led to the Syrian Civil War.[15][16] During the Syrian Civil War, an inquiry by the United Nations reported finding evidence which implicated Assad in war crimes.[17] In June 2014, Assad was included in a list of war crimes indictments of government officials and rebels handed to the International Criminal Court.[18] Assad has rejected allegations of war crimes, and criticised the American-led intervention in Syria for attempting regime change.[19][20]"
End of quote.
So what's really going on here? Is this a diabolical plot against Arabs? Are they not children of Adam and Eve our brothers and sisters, even so people for whom Christ died. I do shed a tear for the atrocities that continue exist in this wicked world.
Yahweh my Lord come soon
Acts 17:26-28
26 And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation;

27 That they should seek the Lord, if haply they might feel after him, and find him, though he be not far from every one of us:
28 For in him we live, and move, and have our being; as certain also of your own poets have said, For we are also his offspring.
May Yahweh in love allow peace enough for the gospel to reach to these people.


Before JUSTIFICATION (the gift of the Spirit in the heart) there is conviction.
2 Thessalonians 3:1-2 KJV
"Finally, brethren, pray for us, that the word of the Lord may have free course, and be glorified, even as it is with you: [2] And that we may be delivered from unreasonable and wicked men: for all men have not faith."

Note: wicked and unreasonable men seek to block God's word from going forth.


We are in the very last days, we are told that the last controversy will be very short.

“We are standing on the threshold of great and solemn events. Prophecies are fulfilling. The last great conflict will be short, but terrible. Old controversies will be revived. New controversies will arise. We have a great work to do. Our ministerial work must not cease. The last warning must be given to the world. There is a special power in the presentation of the truth at the present time. How long will it last? Only a little while.” Ellen G. White, Selected Messages bk. 3, pg. 419.
And in view of the lateness of time, what should be the inquiry of everyone? We are told:
“The inquiry of everyone should be ‘whose am I? To whom do I owe allegiance? Is my heart renewed? Is my soul reformed? Are my sins forgiven? Will they be blotted out when the time of refreshing shall come?” Ibid, pg. 419.
We must needs examine ourselves to see if we are in the Faith of Jesus Christ. 2 Cor. 13:5,6.
We must be concerned that we do not become castaways while we seek to help others. 1 Cor. 9:27.
The legitimate questions we must ask ourselves and have properly answered from the Scriptures are the following, according to the Spirit of Prophecy.
a. To who do I belong?
b. To whom do I owe my full allegiance?
c. Is my heart renewed or changed?
d. Am I truly reformed?
e. Are my sins really forgiven?
f. Will my past sins be blotted out in the end?

To whom do I belong?
a. When we were unconverted, we were children of disobedience belonging to Satan. Eph. 5:5,6; Eph. 2:3; 1 Jn. 3:8,10.
b. But we recognized that we were bought with a price by the death of Christ. 1 Cor. 6:20; 1 Cor. 7:23.
c. Now, when we accepted the knowledge/character of Christ, we became followers of Christ. Eph. 5:1,2; 1 Pet. 2:21-25.
d. Thus we live the life of Christ by the Faith or revealed truths of Christ. (2 Cor. 5:7; Rom. 1:17).
e. So as we thus belong to Christ/God, we must worship Him in our body and spirit (experience) which are His. 1 Cor. 6:19,20.

To whom do I owe my full allegiance?
a. We were children of the evil one serving him by deception. (2 Tim. 3:13; Eph. 2:3).
b. But God shined the light into our hearts giving us the treasure of Christ-knowledge in our earthen vessels. 2 Cor. 4:6,7.
c. Thus we are ambassadors for Christ, we owe our allegiance to Him only. 2 Cor. 5:20.
d. Christ as king ruling over us in our hearts means we owe to Him (and not to Satan) our allegiance. (Eph. 3:17; Heb. 3:6).
e. Obedience to His commandments means that we are in His kingdom, thus we owe Him only our allegiance. (Jn. 14:15; 1 Jn. 3:24).
Is my heart renewed or changed?

a. Our hearts were in darkness and lethegy without Christ. Eph. 4:18,19; Eph. 2:12.
b. But when God sprinkled clean water in our minds removing the stony heart, and gave His Spirit to us, then our hearts were changed. Eze. 36:25-27.
c. If one loves the truth and finds beauty in holiness, then we know that his heart is truly changed. (Ps. 29:2; Ps. 96:8,9; Phil. 1:10,11).
d. If we have unfeigned love from a pure heart, then we know that our heart is truly changed. 1 Tim. 1:5.

Am I truly reformed?
a. When we were in sin, our members did do sin unto death. (Rom. 7:5; Rom. 6:16).
b. But when we are converted we do establish the law. Rom. 3:28,30,31.
c. When we know that our previous behavior is changed, and we have a new behavior, then we know that we are truly reformed and are being reformed. (1 Pet. 1:18; Phil. 1:27).
d. If you know that you no longer follow the former things of the flesh, but that you live holy, in true obedience to God’s commandments, then you know that you are truly reformed. Gal. 5:16-25.

10. Are my sins really forgiven?
a. It is sins within the heart that are to be forgiven first, this is the removal of the old man to cause the person to cease from sin. (Mk. 7:21-23; Acts. 8:21,22; Rom. 6:6,7).
b. When we are justified or given the Spirit of God within the heart to guide us, then we know that our sins within are truly forgiven. (Gal. 3:7-9,14; Gal. 4:6).
c. When we have no more conscience of sins (that is, when we know that we do not think things sinful to love them), then we know that our sins are forgiven us. Heb. 10:22; Heb. 9:14.
d. When our imagination is cast down with every high thing that exalts itself against the knowledge of God, and our obedience is fulfilled, then we may know that we have been forgiven. 2 Cor. 10:4-6.

Will my past sins be blotted out or forgiven in the end?
a. Conversion is first needed if our past sins are to be blotted out. Acts. 3:19.
b. If we have the love of God alone in us, and so we sin not, then we know for sure that our past sins will be blotted out. (1 Jn. 4:12,16,17; 1 Pet. 4:8).
c. If after we have been justified through the blood/life of Christ, so that there is an inshowing of righteousness in us, then we know for sure that God will passover our past sins. Rom. 3:24,25.
d. Thus, to ensure that we are saved, we must avail ourselves with the so great a salvation that has been made available to us. Heb. 2:3.


Freedom of Opinion and Free Speech
1. Concerning Freedom of Opinion, we are told the following very important truth by John Stuart Mill in his work Utilitarianism.
“But the peculiar evil of the silencing the expression of an opinion is, that it is robbing the human race; posterity a well as the existing generation; those who dissent from the opinion, still more than those who hold it. If the opinion is right, they are deprived of the 
opportunity of exchanging error for truth: if wrong, they lose, what is almost as great a 
benefit, the clearer perception and livelier impression of truth, produced by its collision 
with error.” p.85.

2. Man’s assumption of infallibility is explained by the suppression of the freedom of opinion. 
Again we are told by Mill.

“First: the opinion which it is attempted to suppress by authority may possibly true. Those who desire to suppress it, of course deny its truth; but they are not infallible. They have no authority to decide the question for all mankind, and exclude every other person from the means of judging. To refuse a hearing to an opinion, because they are sure that it is false, is to assume that their certainty is the same thing as absolute certainly. All silencing of discussion is an assumption of infallibility.” Ibid p.85. 
3. Thus it is evident that when men seek to curb the opinions of others by transgressing freedom of opinion, they do the following: 
(a) Rob humanity of the opportunity of exchanging error for the truth if the opinion is truth. 
(b) Rob humanity of receiving a lively impression and clarity of the truth by the collision of the truth with error, if the opinion is error. 
(c) Robbing those who are deceived by the opinion of the opportunity to exercise rational 
thought to dispel the error by examining it with truth. 
(e) Assuming that they who by law forbid the opinion are the absolute possessors of the 
truth and are thus infallible. 
(f) Taking to themselves the Right of God to be the source and revealer of truth, and thus 
to be the absolute Judge of all error or falsehood. 
4. Why did we suddenly digressed into dealing with freedom of opinion when we were dealing with freedom of speech?

Here are the reasons: 
(a) Free speech is attacked by attacking the undesirable opinion the speech expresses.

(b) It is undesirable knowledge that persecutors usually seek to extinguish by telling the propagators that they must not speak it, this is how freedom of speech comes under attack.
5. Free Speech which is a gift of God; which humanity is born with, and communicates the 
(a) Thoughts that are hidden in the mind. 
(b) Beliefs held as true to the individual. 
(c) Opinions held that may be true or not. 
(d) Conscientious convictions given by the revelation of the Holy Spirit. 
(e) Mental values however good or bad. 
(f) Ideas formulated in the minds of man, etc. 
6. Speech touches all spheres of human activity, here are some examples. 
(a) Government. 
(b) Politics. 
(c) Religion. 
(d) Economics. 
(e) Moral Behavior. 
(f) Labor. 
(g) Sport. 
(h) Entertainment, etc.

12. Free Speech may touch or embrace the following various number of moods: 
(a) Pleasing speech. 
(b) Offensive speech. 
(c) Condemnatory speech. 
(d) Blasphemous speech. 
(e) Incite-ful speech.

13. There is something called Offensive Speech. The speech may or may not be really offensive, or maybe offensive to some people, and not to others. However to most modern societies offensive speech may refer to the following differences, more or less. 
(a) Critical: to some people criticism is offensive 
(b) Inciteful: most people find it offensive to incite someone to do harm to another. 
(c) Ridicule: some people find ridicule to be offensive especially based upon what is being 
(d) Insult: most people find insulting speech offensive 
(e) Threats: most people also find threatening speech offensive, especially when they are 
(f) Blasphemy: dependent upon what religion a person may belong to, hence its concept of 
blasphemy, most people find blasphemy offensive. What may be blasphemous and thus offensive to some may not be to others. 
(g) Slander: to each person that is being slandered, such speech is offensive to him. 
(h) Obscene: saying immoral things about children of a sexual nature, and certain swear 
words are most often offensive speech. 
(i) Deception: some speech that deceived people, when the people become aware that they were deceived, this speech becomes offensive to such people. Also, deceptively crying “fire! “and such like speech, in a crowded building, calculated to cause useless panic that can damage people, is highly offensive to all. 
14. Offensive speech that is truly offensive is so because it is against the Rights and Freedoms of 
others. Such are the following: 
(a) Inciting speech. 
(b) Slanderous speech. 
(c) Threatening speech. 
(d) Obscene speech. 
(e) Deceptive speech (the exclamation type). 
15. The following types of speech, while they are labeled as offensive to some, are not intendedto be and neither is capable of injuring people, thus should they should never be subjected to any form of restrictive legislation. 
(a) Critical speech. 
(b) Ridiculing speech. 
(c) Insulting speech. 
(d) Blasphemous speech.

(e) Deceptive speech (the ordinary misleading speech) 
16. There is a speech in modern societies usually called “Hate Speech” and is subject to some type of penal legislation. They are: 
(a) Speech that is critical of a race, religion, group, of sexual behavior that has state 
(b) Speech that is critical of or express skepticism about the holocaust. 
(c) Speech that incites others to do harm to a race, people, and/or group based on religion 
or sexual and other behavior. 
(d) Speech that threatens others for whatever reason, especially because of race, religion 
or sexual behavior. 
(e) Speech that exposes a race or group of people of being in conspiracy to rule the world 
through political and economic hegemony. 
17. But hate speech is a term used in law to create “hate crimes”. Hate crimes laws do the 
(a) Penalize the concept and emotions of hate in the mind behind the infraction to cover 
the mental hate. 
(b) Hate crimes laws penalize the content of the mind, something only God has the 
authority to do. 
(c) They make certain regular speech illegal because of the concepts and emotions behind 
it. This would not seem logical to do, if the concept of hate crimes did not exist, as it 
would evidently be against freedom speech. 
(d) Hate crimes laws protect only some groups and members of society while others are 
not given the same protection. This transgresses the legal republican principle of 
“equality of all under law”. 
18. Speech that is already illegal and do not need hate crimes law to make them “hate speech” 
are the following: 
(a) Inciting speech, and 
(b) Threatening speech. 
19. Speech that is deceptively called “hate speech” and thus should never be subject to hate 
crimes legislation are the following: 
(a) Speech that is critical of a race, religion, group or sexual behavior. 
(b) Speech that criticize or express skepticism of the holocaust.

Speech that exposes a race or group of people of being in conspiracy to politically and 
economically rule the world. 
20. Hate crimes legislations should never exist because they do the following: 
(a) Target free speech making it a crime because of the ideas and opinions expressed. 
(b) Target concepts and emotions of hate in the mind which only God can adequately and 
justly do in the judgment. 
(c) Give increased penalty to acts that are already illegal by law, because of the “hate” 
concept and emotions behind those acts.


Instead of true godly love and friendship in ministry being the highest ambitions/cause in two coming together, sodomites hold their perverted unrestrained lust as the highest agenda of their same-sex union. This is clearly seen in how they depict themselves in their so called gay parades. As such they are left without true meaning, purpose, satisfaction and pleasure which is only found in Christ.
Consider the intellectual, principled, disciplined sacrificial love that Sister White gives counsel on:
The warmth of true friendship, the love that binds heart to heart, is a foretaste of the joys of heaven....MH.360
Tender Ties That Bind.–The family tie is the closest, the most tender and sacred, of any on earth. It was designed to be a blessing to
mankind. And it is a blessing wherever the marriage covenant is entered into intelligently, in the fear of God, and with due consideration for its responsibilities.
Every home should be a place of love, a place where the angels of God abide, working with softening,
subduing influence upon the hearts of parents and children.
Our homes must be made a Bethel, our hearts a shrine. Wherever the love of God is cherished in the soul, there will be peace, there will be light and joy. Spread out the word of God before your families in love, and ask, “What hath God spoken?” Adventist Home page 26

If Christ indeed is formed within, the hope of glory, there will be union and love in the home. Christ abiding in the heart of the wife will be at agreement with Christ abiding in the heart of the husband. They will be striving together for the mansions Christ has gone to prepare for those who love Him. {FLB 252.5}
Only where Christ reigns can there be deep, true, unselfish love. Then soul will be knit with soul, and the two lives will blend in harmony. Angels of God will be guests in the home, and their holy vigils will hallow the marriage chamber. [SEE THE ADVENTIST HOME, CHAPTER 18,

Very few feel it to be a religious duty to govern their passions.... The marriage covenant covers sin of the darkest hue.... Health and life are sacrificed upon the altar of base passion. The higher, nobler powers are brought into subjection to the animal propensities.... Love is a pure and holy principle; but lustful passion will not admit of restraint and will not be dictated to or controlled by reason.—Testimonies for the Church 2:472, 473 (1870).
Love is a pure and holy principle, but lustful passion will not admit of restraint and will not be dictated to or controlled by reason. It is blind to consequences; it will not reason from cause to effect. 1MCP PG 222
In the youthful mind marriage is clothed with romance, and it is difficult to divest it of this feature, with which imagination covers it, and to impress the mind with a sense of the weighty responsibilities involved in the marriage vow. This vow links the destinies of the two individuals with bonds which naught but the hand of death should sever.TC vol.4 pg.507