By Theodore Shoebat
Five Muslims attacked a 23 year old American man in England, and brutally and horrifically tortured him with punches, kicks, and a glass bottle. I did a whole video on this beating with footage of the attack:
Here are the pictures of the savage heathens:
More and more stories like this will happen. Why? Because Christianity is not the supreme religion; God has been asked to step down as the head of the nation, and become an equal to Satan. Allah is Satan, and we are told that Christianity must be made to be treated equally to the religions of the devil. St. Paul said: “the things which the Gentiles sacrifice, they sacrifice to devils, and not to God” (1 Corinthians 10:20), so why are devils being treated as equal to the God of the Bible.
Religious liberty is the greatest disease that we have ever allowed to the society, and Islam and modernism are merely symptoms to this disease of religious equality. There used to be a time when the Church dominated the West, and ruled the West, and yet here we are saying that the Church should be treated as no different than the sick cults that we have allowed into the society.
Peter walked on the water, but when he lost faith in Christ, out of fear of the tumultuous storm, he sunk. It is then when the Church will cry out, “Lord, save me!” that Christ will stretch out his hand and catch it up. (Matthew 14:30-31)
The boat of Peter is tossed to and fro in the wild winds of the storm, and even Christ sleep within its stem, it does not sink into the waves, and nor is the faith of the Church suppose to submerge into the waters of faithlessness, “because even the wind and the sea obey Him!” (Mark 4:41) The Church, founded upon Christ, is the house that is unshaken, of which Christ said, “the rain descended, the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on that house; and it did not fall, for it was founded on the rock.” (Matthew 7:25) And “that Rock was Christ.” (1 Corinthians 10:4)
But what is the eternal meaning behind this beautiful story? The water upon which Peter walked represented nations. Hence the angel tells John,
The waters which thou sawest, where the whore sitteth, are peoples, and multitudes, and nations, and tongues. (Revelation 17:15)
St. Peter is the one to whom Christ declared: “you are Peter, and on this rock I will build My church, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it. And I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven, and whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.” (Matthew 16:18-19). Since Peter is the head of the Church, and he is walking upon water, which was a symbol of nations, then the story of St. Peter walking on water is a prophetic moment that says that Church can and should rule the nations.
But, when Peter sees the storms — that is, the rage of nations — he becomes fearful and sinks. So what does this mean? The Church, as long as it has faith, can rule the nations, but as soon as it looses faith in Christ, and allows the world (the storms) to dictate its faith, then it will sink and become ruled by the nations.
Let us rise above the waters of the world, and rule the nations.
This part of the article is a part of a book that will be being released soon. It will be the most exhaustive study on Christian militancy ever written, and you will never see Christianity the same again.