Has everyone lost their minds? Today, I went to one of several Christmas productions hosted by a very large Pentecostal church. The same production was promoted for several showings, with a cast and crew of dedicated church volunteers.
I was greeted at the door by a very convincing Santa. Another meandered in a very complete and convincing Grinch costume. I was soon to discover many churches of many denominations were somehow keeping the Grinch as a greeter, an actor, a pal, or whatever.
(I then recalled this was the same multi-million dollar church which gleefully distributed Halloween candy – as attendants passed through the doors of three Sunday morning services. The occult know well this is much more than merely a “kindly cultural act.”)
It’s one thing to go to shopping malls which are cathedrals of fantasy. It’s quite another to go to churches who adopt and promote the fantasy values in shopping malls.
Inside the packed church, four Christmas songs were highlighted. Two secular and two traditional Christian. Supposed to be sing-along, the two traditional Christian Christmas songs were stylized in a way, where performance overwhelmingly took precedence over strong, unified congregational Christmas singing (remember that?).
Surprisingly, in an interview with children, during this Christmas Eve service, “Toys ‘R Us” was portrayed in a positive light. But for real Christians, nothing could be further from the truth, as seen in the following: https://www.brighteon.com/e92eb21a-ef0e-47ae-88f5-e051edc3f281
Clearly, the technical production was magnificent and cutting edge. A curious kaleidoscope – of bold and various color combinations and backgrounds. Designed to perfection for a (Soros-controlled) YouTube audience. Very expensive. Very well manned.
The Gifts of the Spirit were nowhere to be found.
The quiet rationale for this technocratic “spirit of the age” overkill, in this and many similar churches, is Evangelization. The premise is that the “secular unsaved” will respond to incremental secularisms in a church. Disco music, hockey ads, performance singing (though lyrics are glaringly overhead, 80% of the music is not geared to sing-along). The 21st-century church appears as far more a community center – than a sanctified sanctuary, with overt personal and collective heartfelt reverence for God.
“The way forward is the way back.” And that moment is not long in coming. (Click Here! ) When the electrical grid goes down for a variety of reasons, there will be a phenomenal return to home churches, cell group, and home Bible studies. These smaller meetings, emerging from necessity, will be much more meaningful. After 2,000 years, Christian gatherings will now come full circle, returning to gatherings of 5 to 40.
The Bride will now be prepared without the Grinch, Santa, disco music, hockey ads, and prioritized performance music. The Gifts of the Spirit will not only be allowed in, but FULLY allowed to function in complete liberty and freedom! Are you ready? Pulling the plug on expensive and very attractive apostate measures, through a Divinely-sanctioned grid down, will be a true spiritual upgrade for the end-times church.
Getting back to what is Real is exciting!