Category: Rekindling the Reformation


You will learn how it came about that England and its vassals now belong to Rome and how an agenda of worldwide control is being foisted on Earth’s inhabitants. History has startling answers to why we are seeing certain players on the world stage. Find out in this significant and eye-opening presentation.

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This video explores the issue of sustainable development and the fascinating history of England’s crown and its forfeiture to a religious power.

You will learn how it came about that England and its vassals now belong to Rome and how an agenda of worldwide control is being foisted on Earth’s inhabitants. History has startling answers to why we are seeing certain players on the world stage. Find out in this significant and eye-opening presentation.

There are two pillars of the Reformation. The first is well known: Sola Gracia, Sola Christos, Sola Scriptura—Grace alone, Christ alone, the Bible alone.

But few know the other pillar of the Reformation—the identity of the Antichrist. The reformers are unanimous on the identity of this power described and defined in Daniel. You will not find one reformer that did not identify the little horn power of Bible prophecy as the Holy Roman Empire that persecuted God’s Word and His people and magnified itself against Christ.

Has Rome changed or is it still operating as a power that demotes Christ’s rightful place and sets itself up in the place of God?

By Martin Luther’s day, the Catholic Church was ruling the known world of Europe. It was dictating policy to kings and queens. Luther opposed the Church’s blatant misrepresentation of Christ and the Scriptures. The history of the Church was one of persecution of Christians who believed that God’s Word was infallible, not the dictates of the Papacy.

In this DVD, you will trace the life Luther and see what the Church today has done to reunite the world under its authority. Ecumenism has achieved its desired result and this presentation reveals startling new developments in current religio-political thought.

The time for reformation is at hand once again, so easily has the past been forgotten. The founding fathers of the reformation, as well as of the founders of the prodestant denominations would be apauled by what is going on… in Protestantism. (for a description of Protestantism see: What is Protestantism?) There are two pillars of the Reformation. The first is well known: Sola Gracia, Sola Christos, Sola Scriptura—Grace alone, Christ alone, the Bible alone. But few know the other pillar of the Reformation—the identity of the Antichrist. The reformers are unanimous on the identity of this power described and defined in Daniel. You will not find one reformer that did not identify the little horn power of Bible prophecy as the Holy Roman Empire that persecuted God’s Word and His people and magnified itself against Christ. This rather lengthy series points out our road towards End Times and the players in the New World Order……. Has Rome changed or is it still operating as a power that demotes Christ’s rightful place and sets itself up in the place of God?

The Protestant Reformation saw the advancement of the Gospel and an understanding of right doctrine that hadn’t been seen since the time of Christ and the Apostles. It drew Christianity out of the dark ages of the faith; a time when the Scripture was forbidden to be read in the language of the people, when superstition reigned, where abominations within the church leadership was a norm, and when a knowledge of the Truth was virtually unknown. But to the glory of God, He rekindled the fire of the Gospel, and it spread like a fire in a barn of hay. The Reformation has given us such a wealth of knowledge of the truth of Christ’s teaching that I personally will never be able to ingest all of.

There was a time when Protestants had the courage to say that the little horn of Daniel 7, the Antichrist, is the Papacy. But today they are silent. There was a time when Protestants believed that God created the earth in six literal days, but many have adopted the theory of evolution like Rome. Many Protestant churches have rejected the Flood and Creation accounts of Genesis, calling them myths.

When the truth of God’s holy Sabbath was brought to the Protestant world and its leaders, they rejected it and clung to the tradition of Sunday worship—a tradition of the Catholic Church. And through the ages, the churches of the world have continued to reject the truth of God’s Sabbath. The reformer Melancthon was one such man who did not understand the Sabbath message, saying this:

The Scripture has abrogated the Sabbath, teaching that all Mosaic ceremonies may be omitted, since the gospel has been preached.

Today, Protestantism as a whole is dead. Although individual Christians within each denomination may be walking according to all the light they have received, Protestantism itself, as a whole, is no longer what it used to be. The lines have become blurred.

Source: Radiant Guy on Flickr.

The man who thinks he can be a Protestant and yet reject the Bible or some portion of it, is making a profound mistake…true Protestantism cannot only be anti-Catholic…it must also be anti-modernist, anti-evolutionist, and against every evil that is sapping the life of the Christian churches of today. At the same time it must be in favor of every good thing—prayer, Bible study, and all that is meant by Christian service. That is the Protestantism that is so sorely needed.

In spite of the rejection of truth by the formal churches, God has a special invitation for His honest, sincere children. God does not want His children to remain in this fallen state of Babylon. He appeals to them in Revelation 18:4:

Come out of her, my people, lest you share in her sins, and lest you receive of her plagues (NKJV).

God wants us to identify the Antichrist and to be acquainted with its sinister workings, so that we don’t participate in its crimes against God. He knows that many have no idea how wide and deep the Antichrist system works today. That’s why He has given us prophecy in the Bible. With the Word, we can inform ourselves and be aware and principled about what we believe and do.

In Isaiah 1:18, God shows us that he wants us to use our intellect to make informed choices about who we serve and how:

Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.

The Reformation drew a line between the Roman system and God’s people, and at the end of time, that line will again be drawn more clearly and distinctly than ever before.

“The Fall of Protestantism” is the first in a multi-series video selection on all things leading to the end times. Including the way it is being handled through government, business and the Papacy through joint efforts around the world..

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The Protestant Reformation saw the advancement of the Gospel and an understanding of right doctrine that hadn’t been seen since the time of Christ and the Apostles. It drew Christianity out of the dark ages of the faith; a time when the Scripture was forbidden to be read in the language of the people, when superstition reigned, where abominations within the church leadership was a norm, and when a knowledge of the Truth was virtually unknown. But to the glory of God, He rekindled the fire of the Gospel, and it spread like a fire in a barn of hay. The Reformation has given us such a wealth of knowledge of the truth of Christ’s teaching that I personally will never be able to ingest all of. Between the writings of John Calvin and John Gill, Matthew Henry and Charles Spurgeon, Martin Luther and Ulrich Zwingli, to name only a…

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