G. Edward Griffin describes the Matrix that most ‘Christians’ are in too, because of our sin. The all-to-common parallel with Rick Joyner’s vision follows. (From Unfiltered News)
The Matrix is one of the most talked about movies of recent time. The first episode was released in March of 1999, quickly followed by several sequels, animated cartoons, comic books, and video games. One of the reasons for the film’s popularity is it surreal action, but even more important is the story line, which many viewers perceive as a metaphor of real life.
The film portrays a future in which the world has been taken over by computers and machines that cultivate human bodies to plug their brains into a global network where they serve as computing assets. They are unaware of their true state because they are programmed to experience a virtual reality in which they believe they are living a pleasant and normal life while, in truth, they are immersed in liquid pods wired up to the Matrix.* Their pleasant experiences are just in their minds.
The story centers on a small band of humans who have avoided the Matrix and who are attempting to help others break free. The first step is to get them unplugged, which is no easy task, but the second step is even more difficult. It is to convince them to stay unplugged. The problem is that reality is harsh and dangerous, whereas the Matrix offers a sense of serenity and comfort.
Once they are unplugged, humans must choose between reality and fantasy, and to do so they are offered two pills. The red pill will bring them all the way into reality. Once it is taken, they can never return to the comfort of delusion. The blue pill will put them back to sleep where they can be reconnected to the Matrix. Many choose the blue pill.
The parallels to modern life are obvious. There are those among us who know there are forces and agendas behind the scenes that are not acknowledged by our leaders and media gatekeepers, but they really would rather not know, because it would be upsetting. Since they feel there is nothing they can do about it anyway, they would rather continue their lives unperturbed by reality. In other words, the Matrix is real.
*Compare to the James-4 partysville, “I’m okay; you’re okay” ‘Christians’ in Rick Joyner’s Final Quest vision:
The most shocking part of this vision was that this horde [demons – ed.] was not riding on horses, but on Christians! Most of them were well-dressed, respectable, and had the appearance of being refined and educated. These were Christians who had opened themselves to the powers of darkness to such a degree that the enemy could use them and they would think that they were being used by God. …
Even worse than the vomit from the vultures was a repulsive slime that these demons were urinating and defecating upon the Christians they rode. This slime was the pride, selfish ambition, etc., that was the nature of the division they were a part of. However, this slime made the Christians feel so much better than the condemnation** that they easily believed that the demons were messengers of God, and they actually thought this slime was the anointing of the Holy Spirit.
** I may disagree with Rick a bit here. The way I read it, the condemnation is rightly felt in their heart because of willfully sinning destructive sins, as in Heb. 10:26-39. No condemnation only applies to those who are truly “in Christ Jesus, who don’t walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit.”
1 There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who don’t walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit. 2 For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus made me free from the law of sin and of death. 3 For what the law couldn’t do, in that it was weak through the flesh, God did, sending his own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh and for sin, he condemned sin in the flesh; 4 that the ordinance of the law might be fulfilled in us, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.
It’s Biblically right to believe the condemnation if we’re walking according to the flesh instead of according to the Spirit.
Pastors deceive when they say we can only feel conviction, never condemnation — or that if a Christian feels condemnation, it must be from the Devil. Is that what the word of God says, faux pastor, pastors who keep humans in THE MATRIX???
Doctrines of demons have put the majority of the church in the MATRIX!!
The formula to get out:
We must admit our willful, disqualifying sins*** (own up to it; take the red pill. “I want to see the truth, Lord. Help me see, and admit when I’m wrong. I want to live in reality no matter what!” No excuses. No lies, agreeing with the demons that will stay within unless we 100% take the red pill!); repent (get right with God and our neighbors, actually) — and then live FREEeeeeeeeeeeee — resting — as a really-going-to-heaven child of God!!!
*** To see what excludes us from heaven and what qualifies us, see: Who-Goes-To-Heaven Scriptures — Narrow is the Way.
G. Edward Griffin’s Project Red Pill. For the continuation of Griffin’s piece, above. How to get free from the mental straitjackets that the Rush Limbaughs and Glenn Becks (or the liberal left) have put so many into — so America is flailing.