The fifth killer obit was aimed at those in nominally Christian churches who believed in false doctrines which had corrupted these churches. Many repented and many did not. A whole book could be written about this, but all I will say here is that the most astounding thing was Pope Francis repenting of Roman Catholicism and urging other RCs to do likewise. The result of this as well as of the aforementioned obits, was that suddenly everybody was studying the Bible and changing their thoughts and lives accordingly.
The following day, the sixth day, was a day of double surprises. Those waiting (and wanting) to be “raptured” were granted their wish, which got the anti-dispes upset (for obvious reasons), but which was quite painful for those who were raptured because the first thing Christ did was to berate them for their false notion of spirituality. He told them, “God and I care about EVERYTHING, not just spiritual things, so you guys need to get this straight. Now you shall listen to my lecture on this…….”. He then abolished their sin nature (so that they only had a righteous nature), and then proceeded with his talk.
On earth the Christians also had their old nature abolished so that they too henceforth only did good and never sinned any more. As a result they were now in the right frame of mind to move full speed ahead on straightening things out on Earth. And, since all the various kinds of bad guys had been removed, there was nothing standing in their way – it just took a bit of re-education, which was amazingly rapid now that sin no longer stood in the way.
In re the American political situation, Hillary is no longer with us since she refused to repent, but I am pleased to announce that Bernie Sanders and President Obama and V.P. Joe Biden all repented, as did many of the Republicans, with the result that the rest of Obama’s term was great as was his successor, Chris Christie. They all quickly learned and began the implementation of God’s Law.
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