The Abomination of Desolation. Warning- Graphic Demonic Drawing Photos. New information below.
(one of them –as the desecration of God’s words in bibles is also an abomination of the desolate type. Amos 8:11 &12 “I will cause a famine on the earth not of food or drink but of hearing my words. My words will no longer be found on Earth”).
I am guessing at what is to come for those with and for those without the mark on their forehead and the winged demon on their brain/head shown below.
Many will follow the Golden Calf of a book into Hell cosigning ANYTHING is says including hate, blasphemy, cannibalism, and a god who deceives his people.
The book now mocks Christians at every turn of the page.
Let me put this juggernaut story simply for my readers.
A juggernaut is blind spiritual devotion to follow and serve God that goes sideways. The worship becomes the very thing that destroys the man’s soul.
Historically a huge idol is put on a wagon and paraded through the land. The people intending to worship God instead physically follow the idol and in the procession are subsequently crushed by the wagon wheels that carries the huge heavy idol. So by blind devotion men are crushed.
Would a God of Love say this?
“If any man hate not his mother father sisters brother etc etc he cannot follow me”.
What is an Idol? An idol is a man made object that is above reproach automatically worshipped defended and set up as Holy. An idol is worshipped by men who no matter what that idol does or says the man says “it is holy, it is good always” An idol can do no wrong in the eyes of those who worship it.
The Bible is such an idol.
Lets talk about the KJVB. Here is just one example in many of how it is an idol , man made, full of lies yet worshipped as holy.
Here is a blatant example of accepting anything from the book calling it holy no matter what it says.
If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple. (this verse is blasphemy and a contradiction to godly precepts.)