Saturday, May 12, 2012

I am very concerned about what I have read in Perimeno's writings.
A central assertion he uses in order to compel people to stay in the Organization, is that "Babylon the Great" falls before God commands them to "get out" (Rev.18:4).
He asserts that this fall is the same as her destruction, and so, people should not leave until "she" is destroyed. He says that those who think her "fall" is before her destruction by the "Beast" and "ten kings", are wrong. He asserts that Babylon the Great will be "completely burned with fire" at her "fall". He gives no scriptures which indicate this idea.

According to reason, one can not take the initiative to leave something that no longer exists.
But according to the Bible, Satan and all his agents (including Babylon the Great) "fall" long before their destruction (Rev.12:13).
This fall, is not her destruction at all, but her fall from faithfulness and the hope of life (Rev.2:5; Rev.8:10,11; Rev.9:1).
In fact, it is after the Harlots fall from faithfulness, that Satan works through her and empowers her with the authority of his Abyss. The killing of Jesus' witnesses is not at the hands of a faithful power...but one which has already "fallen" from God's grace (Gal.5:4).
Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that people realize that the choice to "get out" and be saved, is previous to the evident destruction of the Harlot; Just as the time to get in the ark, was before it started to rain.
I have finished comparing the Bible to Perimeno's assertions, at
It is a must read for those who are being "fed" by this one proving false.

Jesus said,
"He said: “Look out that YOU are not misled; for many will come on the basis of my name, saying, ‘I am he,’ and, ‘The due time has approached.’ Do not go after them. 9 Furthermore, when YOU hear of wars and disorders, do not be terrified. For these things must occur first, but the end does not [occur] immediately.”

Jesus was not speaking of physical warfare, but spiritual. Therefore, when you see the anointed kings, battling among themselves (Rev.12:7,11) not be troubled/terrified.
Notice that Jesus says that these things "must occur first" before the end can come (Matt.24:34).

Neither Jesus nor Jehovah are so unrighteous as to feel that senseless physical violence and carnage is a necessity (Psalm11:5,7). No. But this spiritual war among the last invited anointed, IS a necessity (Rev.16:13,14,16; 17:14,17; 6:11; 12:11; 14:13).
It will culminate in the sealing of the remnant...distinguishing the faithful righteous
who have clung to truth (Rev.14:5,4), from those who have "fallen" (Mal.3:18; Dan.12:6,7,10; Gal.5:4; 6:4; Heb.4:1; 6:4,6; Jer.46:6; Hosea7:7; Amos5:2; Rev.9:1,2; 14:8; Mark13:25; Luke20:18) (Rev.3:11; Lam.5:16).
Divorcing oneself from the "fallen" ones, is vital, BEFORE Jehovah destroys them!

While Perimeno says that those who leave the "king of Babylon"/Organization are the "deserters"; the Bible says that the deserters, are those who remain with him (Jer.52:15). ("defectors who had deserted to the king of Babylon".)
(Rev.18:4,5 is clear.)

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