By Patrick Hawthorne
Has it begun? Is it here? Or, am I to relegate my position from that of a serious student of Bible prophecy to that of a tin foil hat wearing conspiracy theorist? If you have followed this blog for any length of time, you know that I tend to approach many subjects with a light heart and an air of humor. However, I must lay humor aside for the moment to address an issue of a serious nature. It is the rise of the one-world religion spoken of in the Book of Revelation.
The Bible makes it clear that in the last days – days I believe we are currently living in – a one-world religion will spring up and will assist in ushering in a one-world leader of a one-world government. But, what will this one-world religion look like? How will we recognize it? I believe that the answer has been so long staring us in the face that many, including myself, have missed the forest because of the trees. I speak of the religion of “Climate Change” with its idol, “Inclusiveness.”
Until recently, the subject of climate change and inclusiveness was distant to me and was merely the ramblings of crack pot, wild eyed, drug induced hippies who wanted their fifteen minutes of fame. “No way will it affect me and my little Southern City,” or so I thought. That is, until I recently read information concerning the United Nations 2030 Master Plan. Being curious as to how this Master Plan was being received in the United States, I set out to find out more information. Funny thing though, it took only a few seconds to locate the information through an internet search. The following is from the 2019 U.S. Cities Sustainable Development Report:
America’s cities are home to more than 80 percent of Americans and around 85 percent of US production. They will determine the future of sustainable development in the United States. Around the US, more and more cities are signing up to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a framework for action. As one leading example, my own city, New York City, is guided by the plan One NYC 2050. This comprehensive sustainable development plan, closely aligned with the SDGs, aims to achieve an equitable, sustainable city for all New Yorkers by the year 2050, including the transformation to zero greenhouse gas emissions by mid-century. The 2019 US Cities Sustainable Development Report aims to help cities to calibrate their progress towards the SDGs. This report, produced annually since 2017, is a part of a global effort to measure performance of cities, nations, and companies relative to the SDGs underway at the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN). SDSN is grateful to many partner institutions for collaboration, brainstorming, and support to monitor the SDGs and implement programs for their achievement. This year’s report highlights the many urgent challenges facing America’s cities. The data show substantial and rising inequalities of income, persistent poverty, unsafe physical environments, and of course, the continued emissions of greenhouse gases that contribute to human-induced climate change and that threaten humanity. These indicators should provide flashing red lights to communities around the US to take actions at the local level to promote the SDGs, and to advocate for sustainable development policies at the federal and state level as well. The index also shows many cases of progress. We warmly congratulate the cities at the top of this year’s ranking for a job well done. For the cities lower down the list, we offer these rankings and indicators as guides, support, and a call to action. Sustainable development is not a choice or ideology. It is not on the left-right political spectrum. It is the very essence of our well being and the kind of cities and nation that we will leave to future generations. We therefore offer this SDG City Index in the spirit of collegiality, and we at SDSN look forward to partnerships of the SDSN with cities across the United States in order to accelerate actions to achieve inclusive and sustainable cities for all Americans, and indeed throughout the world. Jeffrey D. Sachs Director Sustainable Development Solutions Network.
Climate Change is a religion that promotes inclusiveness to “show substantial and rising inequalities of income, persistent poverty, unsafe physical environments, and of course, the continued emissions of greenhouse gases that contribute to human-induced climate change and that threaten humanity.” Outwardly, Climate Change promotes itself as a gentle lamb, meek and mild. Yet, beneath its lamb like horns, it is a ravenous dragon bent on destroying anything or anyone who stands in its path (Revelation 13:11). All paths to God are accepted as long as it does not involve EXclusive language such as that spoken of by Jesus. “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No man cometh unto the Father but by me.” (John 14:6).
What will happen if we fail to pay homage to the god of climate? Right now, we are shunned, shamed, fined and sometimes even jailed. Down the road, the penalty will be much worse. This post is not meant to incite fear but to open eyes. The time for the return of Jesus is drawing near. Are you ready? Be blessed.
11 And I beheld another beast coming up out of the earth; and he had two horns like a lamb, and he spake as a dragon.
12 And he exerciseth all the power of the first beast before him, and causeth the earth and them which dwell therein to worship the first beast, whose deadly wound was healed.
13 And he doeth great wonders, so that he maketh fire come down from heaven on the earth in the sight of men, (Revelation 13)