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The One World Religion.

By Lambsaved

Today, one is continuously exposed to the term ‘One World Religion’ repeatedly, thereby, causing confusion among many who try to decipher what that word entails. Sadly, many are being enrolled in the machinations of the One World Religion without even realizing it, they think they are practicing a kind of evolved/pro-human thinking when actually they are being set-up to walk down on a path that they never signed up for. This is the great deception.As they say, the road to hell is paved with good intentions.

The One World Religion states that all religions pray to the same God, what is different amongst them is the exoteric form, but at the core all religions pray to the same God, understanding the same universal energy through prisms of their own geographic and cultural conditioning. The understanding of this concept will remove hatred and conflict in humanity as all come to understanding that we are from the same source. This concept though high-sounding has a problem - it is wrong!
“All things have been handed over to me by my Father; and no one knows the Son except the Father, and no one knows the Father except the Son and anyone to whom the Son chooses to reveal him.” Matthew 11:27
None of us on our own know who the Father is, only Jesus Christ knows who the Father is – and we know Jesus Christ. When you worship using any belief system that does not acknowledge Jesus Christ, you don’t know what you are worshipping. No matter how ideal sounding the scenario or the cultivated belief is, without Jesus Christ you are out at sea, because you don’t know who the Father is.  When we believe in Jesus Christ, we are safe, simply because he is the Son. We’re not. We can be but only though adoption in Jesus Christ. Where does this leave you, if you think you have alternatives?

“You know neither me nor my Father. If you knew me, you would know my Father also.” John 8:19
From this verse it is certain that if you know Jesus Christ, you know the Father. When agreeing with the concept of the One World Religion, you don’t know who the Father is, who are you worshipping. Besides our Lamb, what other rock is there on which we can depend one and nothing.
“I am the gate. Whoever enters by me will be saved, and will come in and go out and find pasture.” John 10:9.
Of late, there is a tremendous pressure on Christians to give up on the belief that Jesus Christ is the only way and that all religions are equal. This is not true, for Jesus Christ is the only way.For this belief, Christians are mauled the world over. They are considered bigoted, uneducated, primitive etc., but it is never showcased that even after having this belief, Christians are good to people from other religions, and those who think that they are paragons of human evolution never realize how bigoted is their approach against Christians who mention Jesus Christ being the only way and refuse to participate in alternative belief systems.This One World Religion is a trap, and we were forewarned about this by prophets of yore. Thanks but no thanks! We are dumping the charter of the One World Religion - we have no use for it.

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