I can’t believe that I had to write that as the title. But, what I heard over the past few days, leads me to make that statement.
I would love to believe that he has just gone insane, or that his hatred of the Jews and Israel has consumed his mental faculties. But, I can’t make that assumption. The evidence from his own mouth condemns him, and I do not have any other way to think about this.
No follower of Christ deliberately lies about another Christian – especially, in an attempt to deceive other Christians.
I certainly welcome your thoughts on this, once I have laid out what I have seen and heard.
It is with a heavy heart, that I must turn to doing yet another special report. I do not like doing these. In fact, it would be better to say that I hate doing these, because I would only do them when there is sin and deception within the Body of Christ. And, there is nothing that gives me more grief.
Furthermore, we are required by God to reprove and rebuke those who sin while claiming leadership within the Body of Christ. (1Timothy 5:17-20)
So, it is with great sorrow, that I must call out Rick Wiles of Trunews.
We spend a lot of time trying to figure out who and what The Beast is, but seemingly very little time looking for the woman who rides The Beast. And, there are some interesting challenges that we have in trying to figure out the identity of The Great Whore.
The Book of Revelation gives us clues to the identity of The Great Whore. But, even though those clues are definitive, they still leave us with more questions than answers. I have tried to answer as many of those questions as possible, this week. And, the reason why I have tried to do that is wrapped up in a command by God found in Revelation 18.
As we move ever deeper into the Last Days, the identity of the major players mentioned in the prophecies of these Last Days become ever more important. The world is going to suffer at the hands of those players, and we want to be ready when they come on the scene.
It can be REALLY hard to know who or what to believe. We can trust God, but we can’t always trust our ability to understand what He’s telling us. We can trust numbers, but not the reporter of those numbers. We might be able to trust a dream or vision – but not the interpretation.
Worse, we have lying liars who cloak themselves in righteous robes and tell us tall tales, so it’s hard to know WHAT to believe – and from whom to believe it. This age of lies and deception, has made it difficult to follow the Lord’s command in Luke 21:36, to watch.
Sometimes, the only thing that you can do is present the observation, indicate the uncertainty, and allow the hearer to be the judge.