15 September 2010

Urgent - From Understand the Times

I wanted to pass along this urgent warning from Understand the Times:


Urgent Comment from Understand The Times:
A meeting held recently in Austria attended by the "elite," has set in motion the agenda that will change the world until Jesus comes for His Church in the rapture. (I Thessalonians 4:17).
Expect three trends to happen fulfilling the 666 plan:
1. The development of a global government. (6)
2. The development of a global currency within a global economy. (6)
3. The development of a global religion for peace. (6)
The "fundamental transformation" of the United States and every other country in the world has begun.
Born-again Bible believing Christians will be a remnant. Believers who follow the true Jesus and His Word will proclaim the truth in love and expose the "lie". This will happen worldwide. Christians can expect the following:
1. The shocking collapse of many well respected "Christian" organizations. .
2. The development of a counterfeit bride for a counterfeit Christ (Revelation 17:1-9).
3. Perilous times (2 Timothy chapter 3).


The counter prevention for Apostasy

1. Pray for the peace of Jerusalem. (Psalms 122:6).
2. Read 2 Timothy 4:1-8.
3. Pray each day to be led by the Holy Spirit. (John 16:13).
4. Proclaim the gospel. (2 Corinthians 4:3-5).
5. Be a watchman for Jesus Christ. (Ezekiel 3:17). 

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. Be a good servant. (2 Timothy chapter 2).
7  Read Colossians chapters 1 though 4
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Sincerely in the name of Jesus Christ, 
Roger Oakland
Understand The Times 

  
September 8 - EXCLUSIVE: After a Year of Setbacks, U.N. Looks to Take Charge of World's Agenda
Article: One World Government
After a year of humiliating setbacks, United Nations Secretary General Ban ki-Moon and about 60 of his top lieutenants - the top brass of the entire U.N. system - spent their Labor Day weekend at a remote Austrian Alpine retreat, discussing ways to put their sprawling organization in charge of the world's agenda.
As one underlying theme of the sessions, the top U.N. bosses seemed to be grappling often with how to cope with the pesky issue of national sovereignty, which - according to the position papers, anyway - continued to thwart many of their most ambitious schemes, especially when it comes to many different kinds of "global governance."
Not coincidentally, the conclave of bureaucrats also saw in "global governance" a greater role for themselves.
As a position paper intended for their first group session put it, in the customary glutinous prose of the organization's internal documents: "the U.N. should be able to take the lead in setting the global agenda, engage effectively with other multinational and regional organizations as well as civil society and non-state stakeholders, and transform itself into a tool to help implement the globally agreed objectives."
And for that to happen, the paper continues, "it will be necessary to deeply reflect on the substance of sovereignty, and accept that changes in our perceptions are a good indication of the direction we are going."

According to the paper prepared by Secretary General Ban's own climate change team, however, the newly rebranded challenge still depends on the same economic remedy proposed for Copenhagen: a drastic redistribution of global wealth, "nothing less than a fundamental transformation of the global economy."
And to do that, the paper suggests, equally dramatic shifts in political power may be needed. "Is the global governance structure, still dominated by national sovereignty, capable of responding with the coherence and speed needed?" it asks. "Or do we need to push the 'reset' button and rethink global governance to meet the 50-50-50 Challenge?"
In essence, as another paper observes, the U.N. peacekeeping effort is transforming into a new kind of supervisory organism in which not only conflicts but also national institutions and cultures must be regulated for longer and longer periods of time.
But not any old multilateralism. The other major theme of the position papers is that the world organization, a haphazard array of at least 37 major funds, programs, and institutions, and a proliferating number of regulatory and other authorities, should be knitting itself into a much more close-knit global system, with greater control over its own finances, along with a stronger role in setting the international agenda.
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2 comments:

  1. Take heed BSFers to Roger Oakland's newsletter.

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  2. My thoughts exactly, Anonymous.

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