Masked Fear, or, The Mask of Fear?

Almighty God commands his people NOT to fear; also, to submit themselves to God, and to resist the devil.

The entire world (Beast) system is brainwashing almost everyone to fear, and to submit to the devil rather than God; including MANY who consider themselves to be Christians.

THE MASK is a SIGN OF FEAR and SUBMISSION to the BEAST!!

But more than that: it’s a sign that folks have put their faith in the Beast, and have forsaken faith in God. They fear everything but God. They trust the Beast, but they DO NOT TRUST (believe) GOD.

That’s spiritual whoredom!

It’s long past time to repent and turn to God through Jesus Christ! It’s high time to believe (obey) God, and turn from your idols to serve the living God; and to obey God rather than men, when men’s laws go contrary to God’s laws!

9 thoughts on “Masked Fear, or, The Mask of Fear?

    1. You are absolutely right! Those who comply (take the easy road) will not be able to resist the next step. After all, the prospect of going hungry is not a pretty one, but it beats losing one’s soul for eternity!

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  1. Amen to that, CW! Also the vaccines all have aborted fetal cell lines in them, among them are “MRC5” which are supposedly in all the vaccines, which are aborted fetal cells! How can ANY Christian get the vaccine knowing that??? It’s crazy!!! Trying to talk sense in the panicked sheeple is almost impossible. They are completely brainwashed!

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    1. The trouble is, people do not fear God. God has been systematically removed from every facet of public life over the last several decades, and now, because of the falling away of almost every church, God is not there, either. People don’t stand a chance, unless they can repent totally, and get rid of ALL sinning by the grace (power) of God through the indwelling of the Holy Ghost (which most believers by far have not done), and start fearing God again. And then they have the nerve to blame God for their troubles, when their own sinning has brought upon them the righteous judgment of God (when they kicked him out in the first place)!!

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      1. I know- we are to try to not sin, and many are turned off by that sort of thinking. Jesus Christ died for all sinners which means all humans on earth, and until He comes back there will be a lot more sinning going on, sad to say. We just have to get our beams out of our own eyes and pray that others will be led to God before it’s too late!

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      2. Chemtrails, that thinking is mostly wrong. Jesus Christ died for all sinners, yes; but those who truly repent and turn to God are made free from sin by the blood of the Lamb, yes, in deed, not just theory. And because those ones have been truly regenerated (reborn) by the Holy Ghost, they are able to live without sinning. This is not taught in our so-called churches anymore, that’s why virtually nobody understands it, to their eternal grief! And those who do understand it are called self righteous, proud, judgmental, and all kinds of other names which are really a reproach on the Lord Jesus Christ. There is real power in the blood of Jesus, to cleanse and purify folks. How could he rightfully or justly command “Go and sin NO MORE” if it were not possible? We are to be NEW CREATURES, BORN AGAIN by the word of God, walking in the power of the Holy Ghost, WITHOUT SIN. (This means willful or known sin.) Does this make sense? Read Romans 6; we NEED to apprehend this truth for ourselves.

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      3. Hi CW! So what you mean is that we can swear, drink, philander and that’s not sin? I don’t understand what you mean. I left Catholicism because most of them believed that as long as they went to “confession” on Saturday night then they took communion, then they could be as bad as they wanted to the rest of the week. If we by being baptized into the death and Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ means that after that we “can’t sin”, then wouldn’t that mean that we are physically dead and in Heaven? Temptation is an ever present thing. When Jesus told the woman to “sin no more”, He meant, stop sinning, or don’t sin that way again. Not that she couldn’t fall by the wayside and start sinning again. If that was true, then He would have told her that she won’t be able to sin anymore. That’s why Paul told Christians to be ‘faithful till the end’, because if we aren’t, then we will be in bad shape. If we are already ‘sinless’ because of believe/baptism/repentance, then why would Paul say to be faithful till the end? That would be unnecessary to tell us that, if we were not able to sin after being saved. I’ve been saved, and I still have to try to not sin, like with swearing and lying. Please explain that to me if you could. I ask God (through Christ) to forgive me when I stumble and err). Why else would Jesus say “Those will come to me and say Lord, Lord, we did these things in Your name, and I will say to them depart from Me, I never knew ye”? Regarding Romans 6, he’s saying that through Jesus we have been made free from sin (due to His death and becoming sin for us), but that doesn’t mean that we can’t turn back to sin. Look at 1 John 1:8-10. “If we say we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us.”
        Also, if this was the case, Paul would not have had to write all the letters to the churches, some of them who had backsliding (sinning) members who were Christians. The last paragraph in this article makes sense to me, let me know what you think: https://www.christianitytoday.com/biblestudies/bible-answers/theology/dead-to-sin.html?start=2
        I’m always open to new ways of seeing the Truth, but I don’t want to get led down the wrong path. Which is why I don’t just believe everything I hear right away. God bless you! : )

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      4. Oh, NO, Chemtrails! I most certainly do NOT mean what your first statement says, God forbid! 😬I mean that by the power of the risen Christ dwelling in our hearts by faith (the indwelling of the Holy Ghost), we have the same power he did to overcome temptations! Of course people can choose to go back into sin; that is deadly. Read Hebrews 10:24 to end. Born again people still have the ability to sin, but they have the power of Christ NOT to sin. Because they have a changed heart, a new spirit, they now have only one desire, that is to please God, just like Christ did. There will be things they do that are unknown to them as sin, but God does not impute those things to them. But all KNOWN sin, things we know to be sin, are imputed to us as sin. Truly born again people do not do those things. Does that make sense? If we can still do things (or are still struggling to avoid them without success), we need to keep crying out to God for his power to come down and give us the new birth. We need to be regenerated (born of the Spirit), by the word of God. The passage you quoted, where Jesus says, “depart from me, I never you”, also includes the phrase “all ye that work iniquity”, in the King James bible. Other versions (we call them perversions) may not include that, but it’s VERY important.
        I’ll look at the article you pasted, and let you know what I think. Christianity Today is not exactly the best source for correct doctrine… 😬

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      5. Ok. I’m back. The paragraph you mentioned is typical of modern doctrine that Christians should just keep struggling against sin until victory comes. That’s what keeps us in bondage to sin for life! When the bible says the power of sin is broken, it’s broken! But it isn’t broken unless we have been truly born again. The prodigal son repented and got up out of his pigsty, and went home. And his father gave him new clothes immediately… He was a new man. We are to be NEW CREATURES, old things are to have PASSED AWAY. When I heard that victory was available for me right now, not in some future time, hopefully, if I kept struggling, it set me FREE! Immediately. I had been struggling a LONG TIME at that point. I hope this makes sense.
        I have to go for now. Sorry. My hubby wants his ipad, and mine doesn’t work for wordpress. But I will get back to you again, when possible.

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