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In December 2021, Myles Kilby, an accountant in Georgia, prophesied that Roe v. Wade would be overturned in 2022.
He claims that the Lord told him that 2022 would be a major year of turnaround for God's people and for the United States of America. Kilby references Job 42:10 (NKJV): "And the LORD restored Job's losses when he prayed for his friends. Indeed, the LORD gave Job twice as much as he had before."
"For the past five or six months, I've been preaching this and prophesying this publicly," Kilby said on a recent appearance on Sid Roth's show, It's Supernatural! "This is a divine turnaround year. ... God [is] going to completely overturn Roe v. Wade, and this would be the main sign that God would give that revival has arrived for the United States of America.
Titled The Antichrist Agenda and narrated by Pastor Joe Schimmel, the company says the 150-minute film "documents how popular comics and the movies that they have spawned are riddled with anti-Christ themes that glorify gratuitous violence, sexual perversion, blasphemy, and the occult."
"Many leading comic book writers have admitted that they are using seduction, manipulation, the occult and even the Bible to influence children to view the God of the Bible from a twisted slant," Pastor Schimmel says.
During a recent interview on The Prodigal Stories Podcast, Chapman said he believes cancel culture "is losing its grip" on society because people are disenchanted with it, choosing instead to looking past each other's differences.
"The Bible says we're all created equal, but we're not all alike," he explained. "You can take a guy, say from the Deep South that's an alligator hunter, and tell that to a stock-broker guy in New York. And he'll think that that stupid hillbilly is the dumbest man he ever met, and that alligator hunter will say, 'Well, that sissy stock-market punk,' right? When you put them together, and you find a subject that they both agree upon—I've done this—the New York guy said, 'My God, what a friend.' The Alabama guy said, 'Man, them New Yorkers are OK. You know, they get it.'"
Still others are yawning at the Father's will and intentions—passive and indifferent to the urgency of the hour, which calls for holy zeal and burning words that awaken the sleeper.
We are headed for a great event just ahead of us that will change everything in the church and the nation. No, it's not the rapture. Yet. But that's coming too! This is another understated theme that the Lord has highlighted to me. So many don't even preach on these themes or even believe them anymore. Too controversial, they say. What a lame excuse for failing to preach and teach on the blessed hope of the saints and to comfort one another in this world that is becoming more and more uncomfortable for the true God-seeker!
Not too long ago, Carl Sartor would have described himself as someone who hated God. But today, the 35-year-old says he wants everyone to experience God's love.
Carl's story of salvation went viral on social media with more than 325,000 views on Facebook before it was made into a private post.
Carl gave his life to Christ at Cross Church in Parkersburg, West Virginia, in November.
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