Tuesday, November 23, 2010

David Icke: "We are all one"

I've listened to several of David Icke's presentations and he often goes off on a tangent. I can't understand his train of thought, and it often leads to nowhere. Just as Christians are the only ones to fully understand and appreciate Scripture, I wonder if there is the same disconnect when outsiders listen to occult leaders and their occult teachings - it's just a lot of mumbo jumbo.

When it all trickles down, the message David Icke wants us to hear comes directly from his master. He says that we have all been caught in a trap of division, when actually "we are all one." The voice (of the demon) told him that "infinite love is the only truth, everything else is an illusion." God is love, but not the god who is leading us into world government. We are called by Scripture to be separate from the unbelieving world. This includes the unclean practices of pagan countries.

"Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean [thing]; and I will receive you." 2 Cor. 6:17

There was a time when much of the population of our country honored God. "The people of God are a separate people in election, redemption, and the effectual calling, and ought to be so in their conduct and conversation; they ought to separate themselves from all superstition and will worship in religious matters, and from the evil customs and manners of the world, though they are sure to become a prey, and to expose themselves to the contempt and rage of it: and touch not the unclean thing." ~Gill's Exposition

(YouTube link) (Watch from 9:00 to the end)

It was God who wanted us to be separate. There are promises of peace that the New Age movement promises, but it's all a lie to the undiscerning and it will bring destruction.