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Jesus tells us in Luke 21:8,

"Take heed that ye be not deceived: for many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and the time draweth near:"

The Holy Ghost told me some years ago as I was preaching that the "many" will come at once, like an invasion. And he also let me know that "they" must come down before the Church or, those who are alive and remain, can go up. In other words, we must prepare for Satan's kingdom, the so-called "aliens" to arrive en masse and making their claims of who they are and who we really are to seduce humanity into following them. Jesus' warning was what?:

"go ye not therefore after them."

Following them will mean certain damnation! However, not to follow after them may also bring certain destruction to you and/or you family and loved ones. They will arrive in the midst of chaos and destruction. Either perpetrated by them or by the approach of Nibiru and its accompanying meteor debris.

To read more of this revelation go to:

https://smile.amazon.com/Gods-Final-Secret-Stephen-Benton/dp/1976338476/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1509269038&sr=8-1&keywords=stephen+benton

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The greater part of what's known as "The Church" today is guilty of going in the way of Cain. As opposed to bringing God what He's asked for, they've brought what they want and expect God to accept it. What kind of attitude do you have when it come to what God asks for? Cain's attitude came before his offering and what followed was eternal damnation. Are you on that same path? He that hath an ear to hear let him hear!

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The directive given by Jesus to those who were his "disciples indeed" was to continue in his word. The reward for doing such is “and ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make, not set, you free." Free from what? Free from all deception and ignorance. Continuing in the truth involves hearing the voice of Jesus via the Holy Ghost until the very end. This Church has stopped hearing His voice quite awhile ago and has made up its mind on how things should or should not go and it will not be moved. They are convinced that no man knoweth, can know, will know and that’s that! The proper word for such an attitude is unbelief. I might remind the reader that the only reason Israel did not see the Promised Land was unbelief.

Stephen Benton

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