Not too long ago, I mentioned that I found it interesting that the media has been focusing a lot on the possibility that we may living in the last days. This is especially so since the earthquake in Japan. Another one of those statements was released today by Franklin Graham, in connection with the disaster in Japan. He said:
"What are the signs of [Christ’s] second coming? War and famine and earthquakes … escalating like labor pains. ... Maybe this is it, I don’t know. We should pray and be vigilant. The Bible teaches us Jesus is going to return someday. Many of us we believe that day is sooner rather than later..."
He also said: "You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come. Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be famines and earthquakes in various places. All these are the beginning of birth pains."Then within the same article, Rev. Tom Stegman, a Jesuit priest and associate professor of New Testament at Boston College, agreed with Graham that Christians ought to remain vigilant in how they live their lives so they line up with Christ's teaching in Matthew 24. I do believe we will see the return of the Lord in our lifetime, but it is another thing when people in the media talk about it, especially by a potential 33rd degree Freemason and a Jesuit priest.
If Franklin is anything like his father, it makes me wonder if he's being totally honest about his views. I'd love to believe he's a godly man, but his father has a laundry list of questionable personal associations with communist organizations and politicians, that I have a hard time trusting him. Franklin and Billy Graham have worked closely together in ministry, that it makes one wonder if they are "Like father, like son."
The fact that a Jesuit priest agreed with Franklin, makes me even more suspicious. The Jesuits practice many of the New Age spiritual exercises that have been viewed as dark occultism. As you may recall from earlier research, the Jesuits top priority after the reformation was the destruction of Protestantism, and they were much hated around the world for being assassins.
Is Franklin setting the stage for the false Masonic christ? If 2012 is the year their plan will come together, we'll find out about it soon enough.