In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He [Jesus Christ -Yeshua] was in the beginning with God.


The word apostasy comes from the Greek word meaning to revolt or depart. The apostle Paul clearly stated to the church of Thessalonica that the second coming of Christ to earth would not occur until there is first a falling away [revolt or departure] from the faith and the Antichrist is revealed. Revolt is not to be confused with rebellion, or backsliding. Backsliders do not reject the truth, rather, they rebel and disobey God, thus removing their selves from fellowship with Him. Revolt, however, is departure from the truth, which is progressing today at an alarming rate. Organized religion and a belief in God continue to be an integral part of society, but genuine faith and trust in one God, the Almighty, is on the decline. This represents the growing apostasy that will be manifested in the harlot church.

Apostasy creates a vacuum because mankind has always felt a need to believe in a higher power. Consequently, the vacuum is filled with deception, which takes the place of truth. Cults, heresies and false doctrines are the deceptions seducing the world today. The Bible, which is the Word of God, is the Truth. And this Truth is found only in Jesus Christ, the Messiah. Truth is being rejected in the name of religious tolerance. The World Council of Churches has evolved into a religious monolith of polytheism that is prostituting the church into the great harlot as described in the Book of Revelation.

When the falling away progresses to a point of God’s choosing, the church body of true believers will be raptured. The seventieth week of Daniel, known as the seven years of tribulation, will begin when the Antichrist makes a [false] peace treaty with Israel. The Holy Spirit’s work in the world relative to the church will have ended. However, He will take on a different role during the tribulation. He will step aside and allow Satan to take authority over the world. Paul told the Thessalonians that God would allow the world to believe a lie because the world would fully reject the truth. The Holy Spirit will be in the world to direct certain events for the sake of God’s elect and for those martyred during the tribulation. The tribulation will conclude at the second coming of Jesus Christ, the Messiah.