The term evil, is it from a thought or is it a realism?
How many times we can choose a thought that symbolizes the existence of an unjust entity within our lives. It might be as simple as a word that fits the moment or one that appears out of our memory. Either way, it can occur spontaneously and we use this to identify the entrance of whatever has become a nuance within us. I chose the term evil since it seems to be the one descriptive term that we attach to all the anarchy occurring within our society. But, it isn’t just unrest due to tyranny or misuse of government justice, it also fits very well the immorality we recognize within the schools, the constant ignoring of abortion, and the attacks on God and all that we should support to worship him.
Evil then, even though it appears regularly, is a realism that has taken over the essence of what we once adored as pure, and replaced all that it means with the face of something none or us can even describe. Reading apocalyptic literature, we notice these symbolic pictures of what might appear to be out of a fantasy novel, difficult to identify within our current understanding.
Apocalyptic literature was popular between 200 BC and 200 AD. Using this type of writing was used to hide realisms of actual aggressions towards the people of God and they in turn could interpret the literature. To be sure, the evil that existed then (days of Ezekiel, Zechariah, and Daniel) during the reign of severe atrocities had to be announced in order to give hope to the people. Their world was often torn apart from these rulers who wanted to succumb to their peace and sometimes destroy the very freedom God willed for them to enjoy.
The truth that everyone may read today is not using symbolism as in apocalyptic writing, but conveying what everyone needs to read and absorb. The realism of evil is so embedded within our culture that it is not beneath our ability to open its understanding and seek to overturn its hold on good citizens that must speak out. I have used some of those entities before and will again list them. Abortion, removal of the Ten Commandments from public structures, disallowing the Pledge of Allegiance in schools, public school directors taking the raising of children away from their parents, and the inclusive attempts to interject Marxism into our world.
One theme that more than myself has been speaking about is the socialistic manner our president is subtly introducing into the American way. I have been preaching via writing that Marxism is not a threat, it is a reality that absolutely threatens our way of life, and will change the way we will be controlled in the future; a very close future.
Marxist rule will definitely establish one person (could be the Antichrist) as a one-world government, and create a monetary system that will do away with our current system of buying and selling goods. This is not my theory! Scripture is complete with all this prophecy. What I and many preachers are indicating is; the time is close and much of the signs are already occurring.
A prediction; If Biden runs, as he said he would, for president again, and is successful, we may very well be looking at the future of that one world leadership. I’m not saying he might be the Abtichrist, but the marks of Marxism are prevalent within this administration's agenda. And China will most definitely be a part of our future. These are my thoughts, not a preamble to fear, but a repeat of what is just around the corner.
Ralph B. Hatha