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In 2Thes.2 Paul is teaching the church about the great falling away and the coming of the “man of sin”. In it Paul says that the great falling away is caused by a strong delusion that comes upon those who were in the church. And that this strong delusion is for those in the church that have never come to a love of the truth. So it is these who are sent this strong delusion. It is for those who believed they have come to a love for the truth but never did. Because instead they allowed themselves to be deceived by Satan through false teachers and wound up joining themselves to a false religion that called itself Christianity but was not Christianity at all. So this passage is not speaking of a delusion that happens to those who never gave a second thought to the things of God. It is not referring to those who never had a religious experience. It is speaking of those who had a religious experience that they were deceived to believe was Christianity. But, it was actually a doctrine of the tares growing in among the wheat that deceived them and kept them from ever coming to a love of the truth. The truth Paul is referring to that these “never loved” pertains to the foundational doctrines of the faith regarding who God is, who Jesus is, and what the atonement was for. The very foundations that true Christianity is built upon. The doctrines “built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ himself being the chief cornerstone” as Paul taught in Eph.2:20. Paul said a perversion of these, a perversion of his gospel, makes one anathema or damned to hell in Gal.1:8,9. This is why Paul said to “examine yourselves to see whether you be in the faith” in 2Cor.13:5. And that’s what we will do now in this message.
We can see what this false teaching is that deceives so many that there is a great falling away in what John spoke of concerning the spirit of antichrist that was a forerunner to the antichrist that they had heard “is to come” in 1John4:1-3. This is the same “man of sin” that Paul is teaching about in 2Thes.2. Paul said of his coming that it would be accompanied by a great falling away. And John spoke of that spirit that is of the antichrist that shall come that causes the great falling away as being one that teaches that Jesus did not come in the same flesh all men have. In this passage, John wrote; “Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world. Source: Edward O’Hara…
Samaritan’s Purse CEO and president, world-wide evangelical leader, and son of the late great Billy Graham, Rev. Franklin Graham is an advocate for telling Christians to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Graham recently revealed in an interview that he has taken the vaccine.
In an ABC News Prime time special titled ‘Faith & Science: The Role of Church Leaders in Vaccination Efforts,‘ Graham spoke with ABC News’ Terry Moran on the grounds of his father’s childhood home at the Billy Graham Library.
ABC News noted that “Billy Graham who many evangelical leaders continue to admire years after his death was born at the height of the 1918 flu pandemic, which claimed several members of the Graham family.”
“I believe it is consistent with Scripture that we protect our lives and do whatever we can to save life,” Franklin Graham said. “So I don’t have any problem with telling a person to take an aspirin or telling a person to have a vaccine.”
Vaccines are a proof of God’s love Franklin Graham explained, “I thank God for the doctors and the researchers that have put this time and effort and money to develop these vaccines and I hope that the American people will use them.”
In a bold statement, the Samaritan’s Purse’s President said, “I think if there were vaccines available in the time of Christ, Jesus would have made reference to them and used them.”
Taking issue with preachers who are using the pulpit to speak out against the vaccines, Graham said, “I hope that the pastors in the pulpit would tell people how they can be saved from God’s judgement and that’s through faith in Jesus Christ. I think a pastor to tell someone not to take the vaccine is problematic because what would happen if that person died [from the Coronavirus] then is a pastor responsible?…I mean I would feel responsible.”
The evangelist who heavily supported President Trump and his efforts to fast track a vaccine during his presidency warned against vaccines that used aborted fetal cells. He said, “I would be concerned with something we used fetal cells from a murdered child, but Moderna and Pfizer, we’ve been told from the scientists, the way they produce that vaccine these things [aborted fetal cells] were not used.”
Watch the full ABC News report here.
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