Worldwide ecumenism has come up with another holiday occasion and will celebrate it in 2023. “The Day of Creation”, as it is called. This year, the chosen motto alone reveals the pervasive insincerity of this church association.
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So that you may have life in abundance
Just as the Christmas holidays and also Easter were once celebrated from the human spirit in their present form, the churches have now found another fictitious occasion. The creation. This day of creation, under the umbrella of ecumenism, starts on September 1st. This year’s motto “So that you may have life to the full (John 10:10)” seems interesting here.
Pure verse scraps in the wrong context
As usual, this depiction is just a scrap of verse that was placed arbitrarily in its own context by those responsible for the Working Group of Christian Churches in Germany (ACK). In this way, this working group tries to underpin its own objectives and at least accepts the misleading of people.
These words of the quoted verse scrap Jesus Christ said, but in a completely different context. John 10:10:
The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.
This statement of Jesus is clearly in the context of His arrival in this world and has absolutely nothing to do with the present creation. The truth is that Jesus Christ came into this thoroughly sinful world to save people from their sins so that, if they accept it, they could have life in abundance. The ACK crafts a “nature matter” out of it, which suggests that this statement applies to the preservation of creation in order to be able to enjoy life in abundance.
Modern feel-good gospel
In this way the churches lull people into a false sense of security. Added to this is the now widespread doctrine of “universal reconciliation”. You can stay as you are. God loves all people and will therefore not send a single person out, so the message. This also fits together wonderfully with the erroneous teaching of a 1000-year-old kingdom of peace on earth. But anyone who takes the Bible into their own hands, reads it and simply ignores the gossip of the national churches, which is far removed from the truth, will quickly come to the realization that these trusting believers in all salvation will experience a nasty surprise in a rosy future on earth. From a 1000 years of peace on this earth there is not a single syllable found in the Bible.
Jesus Christ warned against such deceptions
Jesus Christ urgently warned against such deceptions, as practiced by the churches within the framework of the ACK and also the Evangelical Churches in Germany (EKD) and also the Catholic Church, as in Matthew 24:4:
And Jesus answered and said unto them, Take heed that no man deceive you.
Jesus Christ placed seduction or deception at the highest level in His explanations about the conditions in the last days. Exactly this deception of the people is now to be observed closely. A large part of the people has embarked on the comfortable and melodious modern-day gospel. You don’t have to do anything yourself, maybe do some “optimization” yourself, but salvation is assured. Instead, however, one should seek to get out of this “Babylon” as quickly as possible.
For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.
2 Timothy 4:3-4
Bible verses from King James Version