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When Jesus was here among us in flesh and blood, ministering and preaching the Word of God, He described how in the later times the love of many shall wax cold and cause an even greater divide between those who serve God and those who serve God's adversary. Jesus spoke of many things pertaining to the end times, and one of the most notable things that He mentioned was the "spirit of antichrist." Jesus said that "every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus is come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that spirit that antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now already is in the world. 1 John 4:3

Welcome to HSAPM.COM - This is a Christian ministry website that focuses on providing its readers with information pertaining to what has often been called the "New World Order." Some well informed Christians that take the time to review the emerging issues and events of our times come to understand that the New World Order is nothing other than an antichrist network in disguise. Jesus also said that "many shall come in His name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many. And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places. All these are the beginning of sorrows. Matthew 24:5-8.

A lot of the information we provide on this site directly correllates with biblical prophecies and passages from the Holy Bible. You will also find articles that will not only educate but prompt you to become more aware of how the world is changing around you, in relation to the Christian faith; emerging laws, technologies, cultural trends, religions and wars are some of the many topics that are explored in this website. However, keep in mind that the antichrist network is not a place, or a time, but it is an idea that is rooted in the idea that mankind does not need God or Jesus' message of salvation and redemption. We simply provide readers the information so that God can work within their hearts to help them understand what is happening in the world around them. Please take time to visit our sister website HSAPM.ORG, where you will also find information that focuses on matters pertaining to Christianity and the global network that was spoken of in the Book of Revelations.

 
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  The Book of Psalms Chapter 23  
 
This particular passage from the Books of Psalms has been viewed as not just inspirational, but comforting in times of temptation and tribulation; when the tempests loom in the life of a Christian it is important to ensure that you gird yourself with the spiritual armor that is the Word of God. Take solace in the Word of God because by the Word He created the heavens , the earth and all things. Rejoice in the Lords's mighty Word and it shall be well with thee.
 
 

1 The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want

2 He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; he leadeth me beside the still waters.

3 He resoreth my soul: he leadeth me down the paths of righteousness for His name's sake.

4 Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff the comfort me.

5 Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou annointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over.

6 Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.

 
  The Lord's Prayer - Matthew Chapter 6 v. 9 - 13  
 
This portion from the Book of Mattthew is the centerpiece of Jesus's Sermon on the Mount, where he taught us to pray to God in a simple manner that addresses all the day to day needs that we may have in our lives.
 
 

9 Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.

10 Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven.

11 Give us this day our daily bread.

12 And forgive us for our debts, as we forgive our debtors.

13 And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine in the kingdom, and the power and the glory, for ever. Amen

 
 
 
 
 
The Importance of Honoring the Sabbath Day
     
 

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The Sabbath Day from the Passages of Scripture – KJV

By Dr. Flint Chika, Bishop

Exodus 20:8-11. Sabbath is a day set aside for rest and worship of the Most High. God commanded a Sabbath because we need to spend unhurried time in worship of Him and rest each week. It is also a day God has dedicated for us to come before Him with our concerns in prayer that He may hear them, and work out a solution with us. A God who is concerned enough to provide a day each week for us to rest is indeed wonderful. To observe a regular time of rest and worship in our hurried world demonstrates the importance of God in our lives while having the extra benefit of refreshing our spirits.

Some in error have taught that any one day of our chosen should be completely dedicated to the Lord, a day when we do not think our thoughts, or spend time in business or worldly pleasure. It should be a day set aside to rest and meditate on Him. The Lord wants us to take a break from our work to rest, to be refreshed, to think things of the Spirit, and to worship Him. Isaiah 58 says if we will do this, we will receive the heritage of Jacob, and will ride on the high places of the earth!"

The commandment of the Lord is specific in Exodus 20:8-11 as to which day is to be dedicated to Him, and that day is the seventh day and not the first day or any day of our chosen as the Sabbath day of rest. Also, Isaiah 58:13-14 does not say if we do this, by resting on any day of the week of our chosen, the verses are specific as to what we should do and on what day we should observe the Sabbath: "If thou turn away thy foot from the Sabbath, from doing thy pleasure on my holy day; and call the Sabbath a delight, the holy of the LORD, honorable; and shalt honor him, not doing thine own ways, nor finding thine own pleasure, nor speaking thine own words: Then shalt thou delight thyself in the LORD; and I will cause thee to ride upon the high places of the earth, and feed thee with the heritage of Jacob thy father: for the mouth of the LORD hath spoken it."
Exodus 31:13-17. The Sabbath has two purposes: It is a time of rest and a time to remember what God had done. We need rest. Without time out from the bustle, life loses its meaning. In our day, as in Moses' day, taking time out is not easy, but God reminds us that without Sabbaths we will forget what all of the activity is for and lose the balance crucial to a faithful life. Make sure your Sabbath provides a time for both refreshment and remembrance of God. The keeping of the Sabbaths of the Lord is a sign, and a perpetual covenant between The Lord God and all believers throughout their generations for ever more.

Numbers 15:30-32. God is willing to forgive those who made unintentional errors if they realized their mistakes quickly and correct them. However, those who deliberately sinned received a harsher judgment. Intentional sin grows out of an improper attitude toward God. A child who knowingly disobeys his parents challenges their authority and dares them to respond. Both the act and the attitude have to be dealt with. So if you have not been keeping the commandment of God to keep the Sabbath Day holy, start today and the Lord will forgive you.

Number 28:9. Why were extra offerings made on the Sabbath Day? The Sabbath Day was a special day of rest and worship commemorating both creation and the deliverance of the people of God from their sins and from their enemies. Because of the significance of this special day, it is only natural to offer extra sacrifices [thanksgiving] on it.

Deuteronomy 5:12, 15 According to the commandment of God we are to sanctify the Sabbath Day. Israelites are to remember they were slaves or servant in the land of Egypt, and with strong hand did the Lord deliver them. Likewise Christians are to remember that they were strangers to the God of Israel, and prisoners to Lucifer in their sins, but have now been delivered by the blood of Jesus the Son of the Almighty God.
Nehemiah 10:31. God Almighty recognized that the lure of money would conflict with the need for a day of rest, so trade was forbidden inside the city of Jerusalem on the Sabbath. By deciding to honor God first, the Israelites would be refusing to make money their god. Our culture often makes us choose between convenience and profit on the one hand, and setting God first or the other. Look at your work and worship habits: Is God really first?
In 364 A.D at the council of Laodicea the pretext by the Roman Catholic organization was to separate supposedly Christians from the Jews who worshipped on Saturday the Sabbath Day. When actually it was to turn the masses away from God's Law toward the worship of the sun god on Sunday (Ezek. 8: 14-16), with the enactment of their canon laws. Catholic CANON XXIX: "CHRISTIANS must not judaize, i.e., not to adopt the customs, beliefs, or character of a Jew by resting on the Sabbath, but must work on that day, rather honoring the Lord's Day (Sunday false sabbath – not in the bible); and, if they can, resting then as Christians. But if any shall be found to be judaizers, let them be anathema from Christ." http://reluctant-messenger.com/council-of-laodicea.htm
Nehemiah 13:15-17. The Almighty God had commanded Israel [believers] not to work on the Sabbath, but to rest in remembrance of creation. The Sabbath rest, lasting from sunset Friday to sunset Saturday, was to be honored and observed by all Israel, servants, visiting foreigners, and even farm animals. Jerusalem's busy Sabbath trade directly violated God's Law, so Nehemiah command that the city gates be shut and traders be sent home every Friday afternoon as the Sabbath hours approached.

Jeremiah 17:21-27. The people were using the Sabbath, their day of rest to work. They considered making money more important than keeping God's Law. If they would repent and put God first in their lives, God promised them honor among the nations. Over a century later, when Nehemiah led the exiles who were returning to Jerusalem, one of his most important reforms was to reinstitute Sabbath Day observance (Neh. 13:15-22). If the people of America will repent and put God first in their lives, and keep the Sabbath Day holy instead of Sunday, God will heal and honor them again among nations.

Ezekiel 46: 4, 12. Ezekiel continues to describe various aspects of the Sabbath Day worship. God prescribed order and continuity. The continuity gave a healthy rhythm to the spiritual life of his people.

Mark 1: 21. Jesus on arriving Capernaum from Nazareth, went straightaway on the Sabbath Day into the synagogue, and taught them. Capernaum was a thriving town with great wealth as well as great sin and decadence. Because it was the headquarters for many Roman troops, pagan influences from all over the Roman Empire were pervasive. This was an ideal place for Jesus to challenge both Jews and non-Jews with the gospel of God's Kingdom. In the synagogue there was a demon possessed person. No appeal was made to Jesus to do anything either by the man who was possessed or by those attending the synagogue to which he had gone on the Sabbath Day. The demon itself challenged Jesus, who promptly commanded it saying, "Hold your peace, and come out of him." The demon did so, and with marked dispatch. The congregation and bystanders got the message: even the demons obey the Son of God.

Mark 2:23, 24. In these verses the Pharisees interpreted the action of Jesus' disciples –picking the grain and eating it as they walked through the fields—as harvesting and so they judged Jesus a lawbreaker. But Jesus and the disciples clearly were not picking the grains for personal gain; they were simply looking for something to eat. The Pharisees were so focused on the words of the rule that they missed its intent and sight of what was good and right. Jesus implies in Mark 3:4 that the Sabbath is a day to do good, God provided the Sabbath as a day of rest and worship, but he didn't mean that concern for rest should keep us from lifting a finger to help others.

"The Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath." How did the actions of Jesus' disciples denigrate the law to keep the Sabbath Day holy? The question Jesus posed to Pharisees in many words was weather they would rather see his disciples or a child of God starve than pluck corn to eat on the Sabbath Day? Jesus used the example of David to point out how ridiculous the Pharisees accusations were. David was fleeing from Saul. David and his followers were hungered, and the only food available to them was the shewbread from the priests, which they were not supposed to eat. Would The Lord rather that David starved or eat the showbread? The Lord had mercy on David and did not count it as unrighteousness on David's part.

Now let's compare this to the actions of Jesus' disciples. The disciples while travelling with The Lord Himself, had need for food and plucked corn on the Sabbath. Would The Lord have preferred that the disciples starved, or pluck corn so that they could eat? The answer is no. Then Jesus goes on to say this: "The Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath:" Therefore the Son of man is Lord also of the Sabbath (Mark 2: 27-28). Signifying that Jesus who is the Son of God found no fault in his disciples' actions. In other words His disciples did not delineate or pollute the Sabbath, nor did Jesus' response abrogate the law to keep the Sabbath day holy. In saying that "man was made for the Sabbath," Jesus was reflecting upon the lesson that could be learned from David's and His disciples' actions. In order to understand the situation, one must recognize that Jewish Sabbath observance in Jesus' day did not mean simply following Scripture laws but also adherence to strict regulations in Jewish oral tradition (Matt 15:1-6).

The Pharisees became litigious about the Sabbath, adding all sorts of restrictions, traditions and regulations that made matters cumbersome. The Mishnah, wherein multitudinous regulations of this so-called oral law were written down about A.D. 200, gives an idea of what Sabbath observance was like among the scribes and Pharisees. Jesus as The Lord of the Sabbath spoke against these multitudinous regulations that were added to the observance of the Sabbath and provided them and us with two principles relative to work on the Sabbath: (1) the Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath (see also Matt. 2:1-8; Luke 6:1-5); and (2) works of mercy and of necessity are permissible on the Sabbath. To pluck grain for food was a necessity, and to save the life of an animal from a hole was a work of mercy. So was the healing of a sick person. Incidentally, the priests were exempted from this rule in any event—they had to minister to the people on the Sabbath as we the Ministers of the Gospel do today. No where in the Scriptures did Jesus say not to keep the Sabbath or that we could choose a day of rest for ourselves as we please as a substitute to the Sabbath Day of The Lord. Some would point to (Matt. 28:18) the power to bind and to loose on earth, but we must remember that what ever we are binding and loosing or agreeing to do on earth must not violate the commandments of God if it is to be acceptable unto Him (Matt. 5:17-19)

Today, some who are in error have continued to teach that, "The reason Christians worship on Sunday, instead of Saturday, is that Jesus rose from the grave on Sunday. Again, that although the early Jewish believers probably also kept Saturday as a rest day; that to please God, Christians are not required to keep the Sabbath Day as it is one of the Jewish customs. Jesus has fulfilled all the demands of the law they say, so that His followers might live under grace. Therefore, setting aside one day a week of our chosen for Sabbath can make a tremendous difference in our lives!" If apostle Paul were to respond to this line of thought, he would have said something like, "shall we continue in sin because there is an abundance of grace? "God forbid" (Rom. 6:1,2).to be continued --click here to read the full lecture--

 
 
 
 
   
   
     
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