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Denying Climate Change While Declaring Changing Weather

It’s a thing one might accurately say is a prophetic paradox. Some even might claim it’s being two-faced, wishy-washy, or hypocritical. But, it is fact.

To declare that the world is in the midst of climate change is a truism. But that change isn’t out of ordinary for our planet. It is something that happens continually; the climate goes from one season to the next. The Bible edicts that there will be changes in the seasons until God remakes the heavens and earth one eternal day.

The globalist, progressive purveyors of the “global warming” mantra, now altered to the mantra of “climate change,” mean by their diatribes that mankind is wrecking the environment. Mankind alone, therefore, can fix “Mother Earth.” Only humans, not some existential God, at best (who probably isn’t there at any rate), can save the environment.

Those who observe Bible prophecy, especially from the pre-Trib perspective, almost always come down on the side of the view that people are not destroying the planet’s ecology—at least, not through physical activity. We can’t destroy the earth, because we haven’t got the power to do so. Like all of His creation, including human history, God ultimately has His almighty hand on it. He is in complete control, even though He granted us volition, the right to self will.

Those who believe that humans are here by happenstance, such as in the theory of evolution or some other model, believe that we, following our random placement in the sphere of the living, are masters of our own destiny. Many among these religiously believe that through our technological development, using fossil fuels that contaminate and corrupt the geophysical elements, we’re making life unsustainable.

America is seen as the greatest culprit in all of this, even though China, India, and others put far greater amounts of pollutants into the atmosphere. America is held as chief culprit by the globalists elite, of course, because they want our nation’s great wealth (or, I should say “perceived wealth” because of the national debt) to be brought into the internationalists’ orbit so they can plunder it as they see fit. This is why, as we’ve looked at many times, there is such hatred for a nationalist like President Donald J. Trump. He believes American citizens should be in control of America’s assets. Of course, this, too, is subject to violation by the corrupt government practices within the US. The Congress and entrenched, corrupt, bureaucratic entities siphon America’s wealth unabated.

All this said, the climate-change mantra continues and grows with a religious fervor that will be the feverish rallying cry around which Antichrist will one day build his regime, at least initially.

So it would seem that we who look at things from the pre-Trib perspective deny climate change.

Well, yes and no.

We believe and report events that point to the wrap-up of the Church Age, the Age of Grace. We acknowledge that changing weather patterns are primary indicators that Jesus Christ will one day—we believe soon—step out on the clouds of glory and call all born-again believers to Himself in the Rapture!

The growing weather disturbances and other strange phenomena within the natural world indicate the wrap-up of this phase of human history, setting the stage for all biblically prophetic fulfillment.

However, we deny climate change taking place that is caused by our sins against nature—i.e., polluting the atmosphere, etc. Rather, we say it is our sin nature, our anti-God, spiritual transgression that is bringing on nature’s rebellion against such comportment.

Remember Jesus, when He came into Jerusalem riding the little donkey while the people shouted “Hosanna!” The Judaizers told Him to make them shut up. However, Jesus said that if they were to keep quiet, the very stones would cry out. Nature, itself, would shout that He had arrived as Israel’s Messiah.

Well, Jesus is about to arrive again, this time as King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

Mankind is for the most part denying Him. This anti-God rebellion is causing the very elements of creation to cry out in acknowledgment of His majesty and power.

We who observe prophecy acknowledge that the proliferating weather and other strange geophysical phenomena, many stories about which you can read on any given day on Rapture Ready news, are indeed taking place. However, the earth will not be destroyed by man or any other entity. Earth will be judged by God’s wrath because of mankind’s rebellion. Our atmosphere and existence in general will be judged for Israel’s sake and to bring about a remnant for a magnificently restored earth.

The thing you and I should do with regard to observing these things is to make sure we know Jesus Christ for salvation and forewarn others after giving them God’s salvation message. Then, we will one eternal day hear the Lord say, “Well done, good, faithful, servant. Welcome into the Kingdom, of which you are now joint heir.”


4 Comments

  1. Ed Wood says:

    Deuteronomy {11:16} Take heed to yourselves, that your heart be not
    deceived, and ye turn aside, and serve other gods, and
    worship them; {11:17} And [then] the LORD’S wrath be
    kindled against you, and he shut up the heaven, that there be
    no rain, and that the land yield not her fruit; and [lest] ye
    perish quickly from off the good land which the LORD
    giveth you.

    Amos {7:16} Now therefore hear thou the word of the LORD:
    Thou sayest, Prophesy not against Israel, and drop not [thy
    word] against the house of Isaac. {7:17} Therefore thus
    saith the LORD; Thy wife shall be an harlot in the city, and
    thy sons and thy daughters shall fall by the sword, and thy
    land shall be divided by line; and thou shalt die in a polluted
    land: and Israel shall surely go into captivity forth of his
    land. (This passage records what Amos told the priest Amaziah who essentially told him to “get out of town” because he was delivering an unpopular message to a wayward Israel.).

    As we can see, human actions can indeed affect the land about them in a negative way. Certainly God has the capability to actively step in (the passages above prove that) and control the climate, but, in my opinion, in our technological age we now have the capability to bring universal disaster upon ourselves by our own actions.

    On a smaller scale, for example, when we slash and burn a tropical jungle to plant crops, the land becomes unproductive in only a few years. When we dump poisonous chemicals into the ground, we can end up drinking them in our water supply.

    God gave us the gift of free will, but with this liberty, we also become responsible for the consequences of our actions, be they good or bad. When we move the carbon stored under the Earth’s surface into the atmosphere by burning fossil fuels, we increase the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere which is a proven greenhouse gas (just take a look at Venus) directly proportional to the amount we consume.

    And we have, and continue to consume, a LOT!

    Now it is true that climate change has occurred on Earth constantly in its 4.5 billion year history, (Yes, I know a lot of people don’t agree with me about how old Earth is, either), but the big difference now is the rapidity at which these changes are occurring. Though it is true that natural processes certainly do play a role in the amount of CO2 in our atmosphere, I think it unwise to totally dismiss the possibility that our actions in fossil fuel consumption since the Industrial Revolution have not played a role. Changes that once took millennia are now happening in mere decades.

    I just have to follow the available evidence that something is definitely up, and much of it might be our own fault!

    Now what I do find very troubling is that this very real situation has provided an opportunity for those whose real agenda is not to solve the problem but to exploit it in a grab for power for themselves at the expense of all the rest of us. It’s truly a globalist’s delight!

    The fact that virtually no mention or effort is made by these people to develop sustainable nuclear fusion – which is as close to a magic bullet to solve the greenhouse problem as we can imagine (from a scientific viewpoint, anyway) – greatly undermines their credibility.

    To conclude, I also believe that our tenure on Earth is now so short as to make the effects of long-term climate change totally academic. I firmly believe that God is about to directly step into history once more, because if he doesn’t, humanity will otherwise join Earth’s vast list of extinct species.

    Jesus said: (Revelation {22:20}) “He which testifieth these things saith, Surely I come quickly.” Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus.

    In my view, the evidence for this to occur is more certain for me than anything else!

  2. We’re not there with fusion technology, yet. In the meantime, solar energy is abundant and the technology is available. Jesus said, “If those days had not been cut short, no one would survive, but for the sake of the elect those days will be shortened.” If the Holy Spirit moves you to understand that you can do something to reduce the suffering that will result from an overheated planet, then that, too, is God’s will.

    • Ed Wood says:

      Yes, you’re right that we haven’t gotten to controlled fusion technology. The thing is, why not? The physics has been understood for a century. Th H-bomb is based on it, but can only produce a huge blast in a short space of time. I think the same kind of effort that allowed us to walk on the moon in less than a decade, if applied to the development of fusion energy, could have made it a reality decades ago.

      You’re also right about solar energy already being available, and so is wind, hydro, and geothermal, for example. I think we could have also done a lot more with these by now, too. Maybe the reason we haven’t is because I doubt any of them are popular with the fossil fuel companies – and these guys have a lot of political clout, if you know what I mean. I’m not making accusations, you understand, just suggesting a possibility.

      As I said in my above comment, though, I think it’s all academic because I think our tenure on this old Earth is exceedingly limited at this point. Even so, I certainly agree with you that if we can make the situation a little better for people while we are here, we absolutely should!

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