By Pastor Pam Sheppard
Clearly it happened once in Jewish history as Daniel predicted that it would. In the year 167 BC. A Greek ruler, by the name of Antiochus Epiphanies committed two blasphemous acts in the second Jewish temple: He set up an altar to the Greek god Zeus and also he sacrificed a pig on the altar.
The Lord knew of that particular abomination as it occurred some two hundred years BEFORE His words were recorded in Matthew 24:15. So clearly, the Lord was prophesying about an event that would transpire in the last days, since the end of the gentile age is the subject matter of Matthew 24. It stands to reason that in a similar way that the Lord compared the last days to the days of Noah, in like manner, He also highlighted the prophecy of Daniel with the caviat of “let the reader understand.”
Now the general understanding of those who interpret endtime signs is that before this particular sign can be fulfilled, the Jews will need to build a new temple. So we could further assume that the Antichrist will not be revealed until that non existent temple is built in Jerusalem.
But what if that is not the understanding the Lord wants the endtime age to have?
Whatever the future abomination is, if it is an overt act of the desecration of a Jewish temple, the obvious nature of such an act would not need very much understanding or interpretation.
AT the time that the Lord was questioned about the end of the age and His response recorded by Matthew in the 24th chapter, the church age had not yet begun but would be shortly ushered in by a few of the Lord’s apostles and disciples on the day of Pentecost. So clearly, it made no sense for the Lord not to reveal at that time how the church age would evolve 2000 years into the future to people who were about to bring forth the age of the church. For to know the end before the beginning would definitely have blocked the motivation of the apostles and disciples to begin and continue the work of building the church. Rather, it’s the last generation of the elect who truly need “to understand.”
So my question is this. Suppose the Lord was not referring to the abomination of desolation as a part of Jewish history, but in reality, perhaps He predicted Christian history in its last days? The accepted understanding within a common endtime understanding is that the Antichrist will establish a covenant with Israel for 7 years and then perform some blasphemous, unspeakable abomination, similar to what Antiochus Ephiphanies did in the second Jewish temple, before it was destroyed in 70 AD.
Yet built into the new covenant, the temple of God is clearly the reborn human spirit. There are several scriptures to support the belief that the spirit of man is the temple of The Lord, both in the Old Testament and more so in the new. So what if the abomination of desolation has occurred and is still occurring in the temple or spirit within those who claim to be God’s people?
So consider this. Would it not be an abomination of desolation to go to a church altar, expecting to receive the Holy Ghost into your spirit but instead, you received a religious demon aka the spirit of the antichrist?
Anyone who knows even a little about kundalini yoga and the 7 chakras are aware of the fact that every human being has 7 spiritual gateways or doorways in his body. Through entering a state of passivity, yoga, meditation, hypnosis, chanting, even speaking in tongues will create an altered state of consciousness (ASC) conducive enough to crack open each spiritual doorway, one by one. I would include falling slain in the spirit, holy laughter, speaking in tongues, the holy dance, shouting, running around the church, flopping one’s head back and forth, as additional practices that stir up the kundalini spirit and open the 7 doorways.
Chakras are actually doorways for Hindu gods who themselves are really principalities and powers. Each of these entities stand guard over each of the 7 portals: Over the crown is Shiva; the third eye is Hakini, the throat is Savashiva, the navel is Vahni, the sexual organs are Vishnu and Rakeeni, the anus is Brahma and the heart is Isha.
Since no where in the bible does it even suggest that we should “ask Jesus into our hearts,” the fallen angel Isha responds to the unsuspecting seeker’s “invitation” as a call to the fake Jesus Sananda who Isha serves. So Isha opens the doorway to the heart and spirits of the antichrist enter the heart doorway and take up residence in one’s “temple.”
So could it not be that the abomination of desolation has already occurred and is still occurring? The Lord said that if we ask God for bread, HE would not give us a snake or a stone. Well, I know for a fact that people are asking God to come into their hearts as they surrender their beings to an entity they believe is Christ at the altars of God, when in reality, it’s a fallen angel impersonating the Lord. Could it be that because they are going about it the wrong way, evil spirits have entered their temples?
What could be more abominable or more desolate than THAT?
The Holy Ghost will not enter a temple where a demon dwells. It must be cast out FIRST. Only after the demons have left will He enter your spirit and cause you to be born again, becoming a temple where God Himself dwells.
God could cast it out the spirit of the antichrist Himself. Yet most often He uses one of His followers to do so. AT RESCUE, WE can help with this. Either give us a call at 1-888-818-1117 or email us at email@example.com