It comes as no surprise that, as we move ever deeper into the last of the last days, a foreshadow of the coming man of lawlessness can be seen in the latest doings of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.
He has commanded that all worship services be severely limited in attendance, and that other draconian restrictions be put into place, ostensibly because of the supposed resurgence in the number of cases of COVID-19. I say “supposed” because there is growing evidence that the numbers are greatly overestimated and that lockdowns, like masks, do little to slow the coronavirus spread. And, experts say, the increases in case numbers are highly inaccurate.
More and more, the “pandemic” is looking to be a disease ginned up mostly for political purposes. Considering all of the other shenanigans, as they’re being called (I don’t like that word because it makes the voter fraud and other deception taking place seem less evil), we can conclude with good reason that it’s all setting the stage for Antichrist to come forth.
In Cuomo’s reaction to the US Supreme Court’s decision that his shutdowns are unconstitutional, he dismissed the legal decision by the land’s highest court as “irrelevant.” This attitude is indicative of the left’s political rebellion against any lawful rendering that goes against its agenda. In this case, the governor’s agenda includes his self-declared right to put himself above the law. This, by any term or definition, is lawlessness. The following story gives more detail.
Update (1338ET): Responding to the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision to block New York from setting capacity limits at houses of worship during the pandemic, Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said the ruling was “irrelevant.”
During a Thanksgiving Day conference call with reporters, Cuomo said the order was moot because the religious institutions involved in the lawsuit are no longer in designated red and orange zones in Queens and Brooklyn—therefore the restrictions, capping attendance at houses of worship—no longer apply.
“The Supreme Court made a ruling. It’s more illustrative of the Supreme Court than anything else,” said Cuomo (via the NY Post), while knocking the Supreme Court’s (arguably) conservative bias given the addition of Justice Amy Coney Barrett.
“It’s irrelevant of any practical impact because of the zone they were talking about is moot. It expired last week,” he added. “It doesn’t have any practical effect.” (“Cuomo Calls Supreme Court Ruling on Churches ‘Irrelevant’” by Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge, November 27, 2020)
While technically, Cuomo is correct in that the Brooklyn zone he had demanded be locked down is no longer in the red zone as part of his edict, the attitude that his law supersedes the supreme law of the nation is at the heart of the lawlessness we’re suffering. It’s the same for all rebelliousness of this troubled day. Nearly half of the country believes that doing what is right in their own eyes should supersede not just the law of the land, but the Supreme Law—that of the God of Heaven.
Nothing could make this truth more manifest than the voting-fraud schemes that are attempting to steal the election in terms of the presidency. Every conceivable tool available to the principalities and powers in the dark wickedness of high places are being used to defraud the electorate. The Democrat Party, social media, Silicon Valley-run businesses, and mainstream media–every establishment tool has been in play to make sure their candidate steals this election.
To my way of thinking, in terms of human help, this president has two powerful things going for him in facing down the whole world of resistance coming at him: 1) The millions upon millions of prayers going up before the throne of God; and 2) his unprecedented support of God’s chosen people and nation, Israel. No chief executive has done more to honor and back Israel’s right to exist among the nations of the world. These things must count mightily in God’s holy eyes.
The Lord of Heaven has made the vow, and His Word is absolute truth.
Now the LORD had said unto Abram, Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and from thy father’s house, unto a land that I will shew thee: And I will make of thee a great nation, and I will bless thee, and make thy name great; and thou shalt be a blessing: And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed. (Genesis 12:1–3)
Two Scripture passages that might harbor a huge impact on the matters before us in the upcoming days are the following: 2 Chronicles 7:14 and Genesis 12: 1–3.
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