I am seeing many articles about the World Economic Forum and Globalists suckering the whole world into their goals for us “peasants” in their Great Reset plans. Agenda 2030, ESG Scores, Climate Lockdowns, and so on.
It’s so aggravating and heartbreaking to watch everything “good” evaporate before our very eyes. These people, these world leaders and rich elites are playing with our lives. They have our neighbors and co-workers divided against each other and even breaking up friendships over politics and COVID shots. Division over race, gender, and religion is their “wrecking ball” to tear down and build back not better, but worse!
We are in the wrecking ball stage of this whole Great Reset thing. Economic Collapse, then civil unrest and from the ruins a savior will come to save the world; only he won’t be saving, he will be enslaving.
It says in the Bible that people will be deceived and get worse and worse. God will give them up to a reprobate mind, unable to make sound decisions, and we will be ruled by absolute morons. ( Romans 1:28 ) So true today. Unlike decades before, we are in a time that has the complete ingredients for the last days the Bible talks about.
If you don’t believe in Jesus and what he did on the cross, now is the time to believe. Aside from Jesus, there is no savior from what’s coming. Just believe.
It’s not about what we deserve, it’s about grace. We don’t deserve it but we get it anyway. You know Jesus was not alone when he was dying on the cross. There were two criminals that were there will him. One of them said to Jesus kind of making fun of him, “If you are the son of God why don’t you ask your angels to come down and save you?” The other criminal shouts the guy down and said, “Wait a minute we are getting what we deserve, this guy, Jesus, he didn’t do anything wrong. Then he says to Jesus, “Remember me when you come into your kingdom”. So Jesus replied, Today you shall be with me in paradise”. Jesus did not ask him what he had done to get crucified or ask him if he was sorry, all he had to do was believe that Jesus was the Son of God.