All pro-war-with-Iran-too 'Christians' should listen: Dr. Stan – Is War With Iran A Set-up? Lies that led US into all of the wars in the last 120 years! "It's really all about bringing about the one-world government." Evangelicals are complicit!

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

Mom and me
At the Monteith’s

———

“I would warn you that terrible times lie ahead.
We have no business going into an unnecessary war with Iran.

And when you go back over the history of all the wars
that have taken place in the last 120 years,
every one of them has been contrived,
and in every one of them
they lied
to the public as to why they went to war.”

“There has been a plan since long before the inception of the United States
to use our nation to bring about a world government.”

“Ladies and gentlemen,
all these wars are started and contrived by other people
who have a different agenda,
and it’s really all about bringing about the one-world government
that’s prophesied in the scriptures.
And the average American doesn’t understand.”

“Between 1977 and the year 2008,
every President and/or Vice President of the United States
came from the membership roles of the Trilateral Commission.

And you’re never going to read about that in the newspapers
because of course, they control the newspapers….

And of course,
they are moving us towards a war with Iran, today.”

“Men and women become accomplices to the evils they fail to oppose.”

“If we get involved in another major war,
and it goes for any period of time,
it will bankrupt America.
And we are already bankrupt morally
.

And I fear that God is going to bring His judgment on this nation,
as He does upon any nation that turns against Him.
And believe me, America has turned against God.

And of course,
this is because of the occult influence in our country.

– Dr. Stanley Monteith

From:
Dr. Stanley Monteith’s Radio Liberty Archives

Date: 07-10-10
Saturday Broadcast
Dr. Stan – Is War With Iran A Set-up?
Date: 07-09-10

Related:
Dr. Stanley Monteith’s Newsletters from Radio Liberty (with Footnotes) – Updated
All of my Dr. Stanley Monteith posts at ToBeFree

5 thoughts on “All pro-war-with-Iran-too 'Christians' should listen: Dr. Stan – Is War With Iran A Set-up? Lies that led US into all of the wars in the last 120 years! "It's really all about bringing about the one-world government." Evangelicals are complicit!

  1. I support what Dr. Monteith is speaking. America has an all out assult by the demonic influences that purpetrate our government, law-enforcers, Attorneys, and the list goes on and on. The danger is that ungodly men are in power and the American people are too stupid to figure it out. Dummied down by the news media, sports and television shows.

    1. Jeff Fenske

      John,
      I think the main problem isn’t stupidity, but a lack of wisdom.
      And the main reason for a lack of wisdom is theologians removing the fear of God out of Christianity.
      If the the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and it’s removed, we don’t even have the beginning of wisdom.
      And then all these other things can take over.
      Most ‘Christians’ are actually filled with demons because of willful sin. Most can’t even hear God’s voice, and instead are led by familiar spirits, who speak in the first person, so people think it’s just their own thoughts.
      The pastors say everything is okay. K-Love’s mind-control songs say that God loves us no matter what.
      The pastors James-3 curse and put on the sidelines the prophetic people who know and say otherwise.
      And we have what we have today.
      I believe the number one cause is bad salvation doctrine, for which true salvation doctrine is the solution:
      Who-Goes-To-Heaven Scriptures — Narrow is the Way
      Nobody can refute it, yet they won’t teach it either, so they just get mad — as we watch America go down.
      God bless,
      Jeff

  2. You are very accurate here Jeff. The scary part is that there may be only 10% of the world population saved. Jesus spoke of this day and age with doubt about men walking according to the faith. All the warnings are in the Bible about the masses going on that wide road of destruction. I take every word of the Bible seriously enough to take heed of my own life, not walking after the lust of the flesh. God is not a deist person up there, He actually is pleading with all flesh to turn to Him. Yet those who are walking in willful sins are deaf to the warnings from God.
    Hell is a very real place, in the center of the earth. Volcanoes spew out the fire thereof, every time hell enlarges. I earnestly don’t want to go there; however, the fear of the Lord isn’t because hell exist. The fear of the Lord is to hate evil.

    1. Jeff Fenske

      John,
      This is my introduction to How Many Will Be in Heaven? How Many Find the WAY? Only 1 in 40 — 2.5%?!!

      Regarding the 2.5% figure: Howard Pittman was told this at the gate of heaven 30 years ago (having died on the way to the hospital), before internet porn even existed, before the low-cut-top epidemic hit America, when more people were honest, and hate and anger wasn’t off the charts.

      The figure may be less than 2.5% now.

      Regarding the fear of the Lord, no doubt, “The fear of the Lord is to hate evil.” I have “HATE EVIL — NOT PEOPLE” in large letters on my Eagle Talon, in order to explain that there is an exception to my NOHATE license plates’ statement.
      But I suspect that if one carefully studies the fear of the Lord in the Bible (which I have not) that the fear of the Lord really does mean to fear God, Himself. Then we will hate the evil that tempts us, instead of embracing it.
      “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom,” and when we have this wisdom we will learn to hate what lies at the door, waiting to take us out so we would be exposed to the wrath of God if we were to die and be judged at this point — like Isaiah’s encounter with Absolute Holiness in Isaiah 6. We must be clean.
      To me, the fear of the Lord literally helps to keep me from willful disobedience — in the safe place of rest and relaxation with God — peace. Then “perfect love casts out all fear.” But there still is the realization that if I were to willfully sin sins that lead to death, I would be back into that restless state where there actually is condemnation for those who aren’t in Christ Jesus (Romans 8:1b – which is taken out in many modern translations like Rupert Murdoch’s NIV).
      That’s my take,
      Jeff

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