Bishop Kouri Rebuts David Jeremiah’s Charisma Message, “Why Babylon?” Part 1.

 

"This sermon is Part 1 of a 4-part message refuting the September Issue of Charisma Magazine entitled, "The Great Convergence". Contributors such as David jeremiah, Tim LaHaye, Troy Anderson and Perry Stone claim the recent eclipse of the moon (blood moon), the Shimetah. the rise of what they call "end-time Babylon" and the coming Antichrist are all "converging signs" that the end of the world is finally upon us. In Part 1 of my message I refute David Jeremiah's article "Why Babylon", based on his new book "Agents of Babylon". Claiming to base his teaching on the Book of Daniel Pastor Jeremiah declares, “We are living in a time when the spirit of Babylon is in ascendancy, and we know from biblical prophecy that it will continue to rise until it dominates the entire world.” Yet what David Jeremiah declares blatantly contradicts Daniel's prophecy. In Nebuchadnezzar's dream and Daniel's interpretation found in Daniel 2, we are clearly told that there would be four world Kingdoms. The first would be Kingdom of Babylon; the fourth would be the Roman Empire. Daniel was also told that in the days of the fourth kingdom the God of heaven would establish a fifth and final kingdom, "the stone cut out of the mountain" kingdom, the Kingdom of heaven or Messiah's Kingdom. Daniel was also told by the Lord God that this fifth Kingdom would crush all the other kingdoms and grow up and become a great mountain. The New Testament declares that Jesus was crucified, rose from the dead, ascended and received His kingdom in the days of Tiberias Caesar. Jesus is the "stone" cut out of the mountain without hands". The Church is His body, the fulness of Him that will grow up and become a great mountain and fill the whole earth with God's glory. Watch the video above and discover the simple fact that if a person can count to 5 he should be able to understand the mystery of Christ and his Kingdom." -Bishop George Kouri

 

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