Do you remember the apocalyptic scenario Al Gore was peddling seven years ago? He claimed human activity was the cause of global warming, and that the polar icecap was melting, which would cause a catastrophic rise in sea level, devastating coastal regions where the majority of the world’s population resides. As he accepted the Nobel Peace Prize for his global warming campaign, he said, “The North Polar ice cap is falling off a cliff. It could be completely gone in summer in as little as seven years. Seven years from now.”
Well, we are at that seven-year mark, and nobody seems to hear from him these days. Has there been an Al Gore sighting? Satellite images from this August (which, last I checked, was the height of summer in the northern hemisphere) show the arctic sea, 1.7 million kilometers, twice the size of Alaska, which two summers ago was open waters. This past August, it was not only covered with ice, but the icecap has expanded for a second year in a row.
The myth of the icecap melting is no longer reality. Have you noticed they’ve changed their tune? They are not singing the Climate Change blues.
Two weeks ago, climate change hustlers, whose scheme is designed to impoverish the world while enriching themselves, revealed their true colors on the streets of New York City. A whole city block was closed off as Climate Change protestors bow down to worship Coatlicue, the idol of the Aztec, “The Mother of Gods.” She is represented as a woman wearing a skirt of writhing snakes and a necklace made of human hearts, hands and skulls. Her feet and hands are adorned with claws, and her face is formed by two facing serpents.
According to the myth, after her head was cut off by her offspring, the blood spurt forth from her neck in the form of two gigantic serpents. “Most Aztec artistic representations of this goddess emphasize her deadly side because Earth, as well as loving mother, is the insatiable monster that consumes everything that lives. She represents the devouring mother, in whom both the womb and the grave exist.”
Consider the history of this monster these climate changers are worshiping. Untold numbers of Aztecs had their hearts cut out in bloody sacrifice to these abominations. This Aztec idol now worshiped by climate change devotees is a bloodthirsty monster that has insatiable desire for human blood. Victims were murdered in a most gruesome fashion, having their beating hearts cut out of their chests and offered up to this monster. Those poor souls were under a civil government that was in no way committed to the God given right to life.
You see, it makes a world of difference what God you worship, and it makes a world of difference which God the civil government worships, as well. You may think that to be an odd expression because we have been fed the propaganda that civil governments are religiously neutral and don’t engage in the worship of any particular God—that is not true. Everyone, including civil governments, holds a certain deity as its god. Only the worship of the one true God will bring liberty to the inhabitants of that land. Turn to Exodus 20, where God speaks of not worshiping false gods and idols.
The Structure of The Ten Commandments
The first table of the Ten Commandments contains the duties we owe to our Creator, while the second table contains the duties we owe to our fellow man. Please read the preamble and the first commandment.
“And God spake all these words, saying, I am the Lord thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. Thou shalt have no other gods before me.”
This sets a direct challenge to the multiculturalism of our day. Perhaps you have seen the bumper sticker that says “Coexist,” where the letters are each made from one of the symbols of the major religious belief system of the world? The implicit message of that statement is all belief systems are equally valid; therefore, all the gods worshipped are also equal. Not one of them can claim to be the absolute truth, the One and Only True God. What the bearer of the “coexist” sticker must understand is that not one of belief systems on the sticker agrees with the philosophy of coexisting. For example, a devoted follower of Mohamed is never going to be at peace with anyone who does not ascribe in detail to his brand of Mohamedanism.
Every person is serving a god(s) in his life. If it is not the one true God, the God of the Bible, then it is an idol, a creation of human imagination. Whom do you serve?
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