Ephesians 6:12 Cabal Clutching for Crisis
Have you noticed that the constant reminder about another pandemic being just around the corner has all but disappeared from the globalists’ mantra? Have you noticed that, in its place, a far greater “crisis” now dominates the hourly propaganda served up as news?
They still want us to get the ongoing vaccine boosters, etc., but now the much more immediate crisis is upon us, one that threatens instant death from nuclear holocaust rather than lingering death from advancing viruses.
Whereas an earlier president with a globalist mindset, Franklin D. Roosevelt, tried to calm fears of war with his famous words, “We have nothing to fear but fear itself,” the present regime seems to be doing all it can to instill fear. The current president continues to send massive amounts of US taxpayer dollars to those who refuse to negotiate for peace in Ukraine while withholding sufficient funding for America’s staunchest ally, Israel, which faces the threat of annihilation by surrounding enemies.
Both of this administration’s dealings with wars raging feed the growing fear that the world could soon suffer its third such global conflict. From the American perspective, it is prudent to consider whether this is because other crises—such as the fear of viral pandemics—aren’t doing the job. That is, the fear of another so-called pandemic just isn’t sufficient to achieve the globalists’ goal of absolute control.
This should be considered in light of the fact that the political party in power, dominated by the New World Order mindset of Ephesians 6:12, is facing the prospect of losing the 2024 presidential election. The president’s poll numbers are the lowest of any incumbent in many years of poll-taking. And any and all attempts to stir crisis that will change things for their cause just haven’t done the trick.
Call me an extreme cynic, but it seems that moving things to the point of World War III might be the ultimate crisis they sense could do the job of instilling fear sufficient to change polling prospects. That is, maybe the fear of a nuclear war might either make the crisis severe enough to change the voters’ minds or even to set aside the 2024 presidential election.
Now, I realize that powers and principalities of the Ephesians 6:12 sort are found within both—all—political entities. This is because the human minions within the cabal are driven by the “Lucifer Syndrome,” as I termed it in a recent commentary. The Lucifer Syndrome is the infection the human race, and particularly the powers that be, suffer from, as I wrote previously.
Iniquity runs rampant amongst the globalist, would-be gods—the human minions within the “powers and principalities” of Ephesians 6:12.
These, under Lucifer’s (Satan’s) guidance, are striving with all the wealth and power they have to usurp God’s authority. They’re attempting to change God’s order of things at every turn.
The following think-piece excerpt describes the Ephesians 6:12 clutching for a crisis that will, they believe, achieve the control they desire.
There is only one mechanism the cabal can deploy to control the masses, says Janet Ossebaard. That mechanism is fear. People who are scared can’t think clearly.
Having brought their covid series to an end, Fall of the Cabal’s Janet Ossebaard and Cyntha Koeter ask: What’s next? The answer is mayhem. Total and utter mayhem.
In the latest in their series, Part 27, it’s time, they said, to meet the World Economic Forum (“WEF”), the biggest and most dangerous political non-governmental Organization (“NGO”) in the world.
“See how they infiltrated every aspect of society, putting their puppets in high places, brainwashing them with their training programs, and making sure the WEF’s wicked goals be implemented on a global scale. Their goals? The same as always: world dominance, a New World Order, depopulation of the masses, and the utter submission of the remaining useless eaters.” (“Fall of the Cabal: The World Economic Forum and the End of Homo Sapiens,” The Exposé, 11/1/2023)
While the Tribulation nears, look for the powers and principalities we struggle against to do whatever is necessary to create the crisis they sense they need to make humanity fearful enough to submit to their Luciferian control. But if you know Jesus Christ as Savior, there is no need to fear these satanic minions.
God’s wrath is about to begin falling upon this wicked world of rebels, and those who know the Lord for salvation are not appointed to God’s wrath (Revelation 3:10). We will be removed in the Rapture when Christ calls His own (all believers) to Himself.
Here yet again is how to be within that Rapture ark when Christ calls:
“That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness, and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation” (Romans 10:9-10).
Promises That Inspire Courage in Perilous Times
The wickedness and violence that has engulfed so many countries warn us that God’s judgment must be ever so near. How much longer can it be before the Rapture, followed by the seven-year tribulation, during which time God will pour out His wrath on this world?
After hearing repeated threats of WWIII and deadly terror attacks, we sometimes wonder what horrors we might see or perhaps experience before we meet Jesus in the air.
There was a day, a week or two ago, when I felt overwhelmed by anxiety because of these things. I knew better, but the feeling persisted. Much to my dismay, praying and quickly reciting relevant Bible verses didn’t alleviate my feelings of dread.
The Holy Spirit then reminded me of Psalm 46:10:
“Be still, and know that I am God.
I will be exalted among the nations,
I will be exalted in the earth!”
The sense of the command to “Be still” is that of quieting our thought patterns that keep us from resting in God’s assurances for our future. The Legacy Standard Bible translates the phrase as “Cease striving.” That was indeed what I wanted to do, but how? The greater context of Psalm 46:10 pointed my heart in the right direction.
The Sons of Korah wrote Psalm 46 as a prophecy, one that’s ultimately intended to comfort the Israelites during the Tribulation. The conditions they describe in verses 2-3 align closely with those the Apostle John wrote about in Revelation 6:12-15. Verses 8-9 of the Psalm point to the time at the end of Daniel’s seventieth week when the Lord, at His Second Coming, ends all the warfare and begins His thousand-year reign of peace.
In the meantime, “The nations rage, the kingdoms totter,” that is, before Jesus speaks and changes everything with His “voice” (Psalm 46:6). We see examples of such fury in the current Middle East war as well as in the fierce worldwide demonstrations in support of the Palestinians.
Only Jesus can and will quell the uproar all around us today. For a short while, Israel will trust the antichrist to guarantee peace for them, but he will deceive them. They will end up fleeing for their lives as he will epitomize the murderous hatred of the crowds marching in support of Hamas. The good news is that the Israelites who remain until Jesus’ Second Coming will welcome Him as their Messiah.
As my thoughts returned to these assurances, I felt God’s peace returning to my soul. However, it wasn’t until I reflected on Psalm 47 that I began to smile.
The prophetic words of Psalm 47 explain what it means for our Lord to “be exalted among the nations” and “exalted on the earth.” Pay close attention to the words of verses 1-4:
“Clap your hands, all peoples!
Shout to God with loud songs of joy!
For the Lord, the Most High, is to be feared,
a great king over all the earth.
He subdued peoples under us,
and nations under our feet.
He chose our heritage for us,
the pride of Jacob whom he loves. Selah” (Emphasis added)
These verses, as well as the rest of the Psalm, negate any possible interpretation that seeks to make these words about the church rather than Israel. Those who apply Psalm 47 to the body of Christ must retrofit the clear meaning of the text with wisdom based solely upon human reasoning. The Sons of Korah prophesied concerning Jesus’ reign during the Millennium and the exalted place of Israel during this time.
The praise of verses 6-7 brings this anticipation into the present as we worship the Lord because of the time that He will gloriously restore Israel and rule over all of the earth:
“Sing praises to God, sing praises!
Sing praises to our King, sing praises!
For God is the King of all the earth;
sing praises with a psalm!”
It was Psalm 46:10 and its context that quieted my soul and turned my fears into praise. The words and music of I Sing Praises to Your Name by Terry MacAlmon became my worshipful response to the message of Psalms 46-47.
Our immediate hope is different than that of the nation of Israel, but it’s the same God who promises a wondrous inheritance for us.
The Bible tells us that someday we will meet Jesus in the air, and He will take us back to the place He’s preparing for us. As if that’s not enough, He promises to give us immortal bodies at His appearing (John 14:2-3; 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17; 1 Corinthians 15:51-55). These are the promises of God’s Word.
If you have ever ridden on the back of a motorcycle, holding on to the driver at high speeds, that’s how tightly we need to clutch God’s guarantees of future joy during these perilous times. The ride may be bumpy, but we hang on as we follow the example of Abraham, who was “fully convinced that God was able to do what he had promised” (Romans 4:21).
The prophecies contained in Psalms 46 and 47, along with the numerous promises of Jesus’ appearing and our hope of reigning with Him someday, inspire courage in these perilous times and calm troubled hearts.