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Are not unfit minds, or minds that no longer work, a divine judgment? You can decide as we work through the Book of Revelation and the prophecies of the Old Testament.


After the series on Catholicism and after the Christmas and New Years holidays, it's time to begin a new series on "The Inevitable Truth."

Beginning next Saturday, January 14, 2023, we'll discuss the Book of Revelation and the Biblical Prophecies that lead up to this book and our current times.

Nothing, at least biblically, is more timely than the Book of Revelation, which reveals the Second Coming of Jesus Christ and the prophecies from over 2,400 years ago that support the characters and events in this book.

Oh, except maybe for one passage in one book; Romans. This book explains the events we experience today, not only in America but in the entire world – God's judgment, to be exact.

Can this be why we, all of a sudden, have an infinite number of genders for the sake of diversity, why the government feels compelled to defund policing and release convicted prisoners, supposedly for our protection and equity, and why merit and abilities are no longer prerequisites for critical fields such as the medical profession to support inclusion?

The passage, Romans 1:28, states, "And just as they did not see fit to acknowledge God, God gave them over to an unfit mind to do those things which are not proper..."

Are not unfit minds, or minds that no longer work, a divine judgment?

You can decide as we work through the Book of Revelation and the prophecies of the Old Testament.


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