Change Agents Use Dissatisfaction
Martin G. Collins
Given 20-Nov-10; Sermon #1020c; 11 minutes
Martin Collins observes that people voted in such a disastrous administration in 2008 because the handlers of the presidential candidate were able to create an exaggerated sense of dissatisfaction with the way things appeared. Satan has also used this same sense of dissatisfaction to bring about a wholesale change in the world's religions. According to Berit Kjos, sinister change agents have attempted to apply traditional Christian terminology to politically correct referents, distorting and defiling the original meaning, with the view of duping naïve congregants into accepting a new world order, accepting the feel-good compromising with morality. The liberal change agents exaggerate the sense of present dissatisfaction, priming them for a foolish change, destroying the hated "old ways," offering a here and now promise of a 'better future.' These change agents desire to force people into a new world order.
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