Will The Elect Be Deceived?

(Mark 13:22; 24:24)

 

Hosea 4:6 says, “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge”.  “My people” refers to God’s people. If you consider yourself one of God’s people, then you certainly don’t want to remain ignorant, because that would lead to your destruction, right? How’s your knowledge of Islam? Is your understanding based on factual evidence or are you satisfied with the politically correct mantra that Islam is the religion of peace, which should be tolerated and venerated as an honorable belief system and accorded every right and privilege within an open community of faith?

I invite you to listen to eight lectures given by Shahram Hadian, a former Muslim who is now a Christian pastor. If you’ve never heard of him, here is a brief bio. These lectures were delivered to the 2018 Chafer Theological Seminary Bible Conference in March. Perhaps his most important lectures are the last three, but to get the full impact of his message on Islam, I strongly urge all believers to watch each video. They are packed with vital information — all factual and documented.

I urge everyone to share this information with friends and family.  Let us not be destroyed for lack of knowledge!

1  An Apologetic Look at the Bible vs. the Quran

(Advance to 12 minutes, 30 seconds to skip past singing and other speakers)

2  Unveiling the True Face of Islam

(Advance to 27 minutes to skip over preceding service)

3  Sabotaging America: Islam’s March Towards Supremacy (Muslim           Brotherhood Strategy) 

Al Hijra: Islamic Migration and the Fraud of Refugee Resettlement

5  Islam’s Assault on the U.S. Constitution

6  The Trojan Horse of Interfaith Dialogue Between Christians & Muslims – Part 1 

7  The Trojan Horse of Interfaith Dialogue Between Christians & Muslims – Part 2

8  Fulfilling the Great Commission: Sharing Christ with Muslims

 

How Do You Reach a Muslim for Jesus Christ?

 

 

 

 

About retiredday

I am Michael D. Day, a regular, everyday guy -- retired. I stand for God-given freedom, which means I think for myself. I believe in being civil, because the Bible teaches that we should love our enemies. But I also believe in saying it how I see it, and explaining just why I see it that way, sort of like 2 Timothy 4:2.
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