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Sunday, 11 July 2010

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It's quite possible that Satan knows what's written in the Book Of Revelation by Saint John The Divine. If he does, wouldn't the master of disguises, the grand jester, the trickster of salvation - change the game plan just before the final game (Armageddon), in order to make sure that he has the court advantage?

The Book Of Revelation was written around the year 90 AD., that was one thousand, nine hundred and twenty years ago - that's quite enough time for Satan to have worked out a winning game strategy, to make sure that as many souls as possible are condemned to HELL by GOD on judgment day; woe's me, for North America, that may not be too far off in the distant future.

The Book Of Revelation: Biblical scholars who study the bible with an open mind, mostly confirm that the Book Of Revelation was written at a time when the Roman Empire was still persecuting Christians (converted Jews). Revelation (according to scholars) was written for the people of that era (not us) and was written in a literal code or symbolism. Not once in the entire book does Saint John The Divine, state that the book was written for future generations, he specifically points out that his writing is intended for the "Churches which are in Asia."

So with that in mind, why would Satan follow what the Book Of Revelation says? Apparently, we've been wrong all along and the gulf oil spill proves it because every time we paid for gasoline or oil for our mechanical inventions, we helped pay for the exploration of crude oil by companies such as British Petroleum. We are all to blame for our own damnation, we will all burn in HELL together.

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