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The Trumpet is Getting Louder, but Most Still Don't Hear It.

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Most people are too busy, or too invested in their religious and political belief systems, to bother to investigate something new. But the "trumpet" has been sounding, and it’s getting louder by the day. 

But most Christians do not understand what this means: "And he shall send his angels with a great sound of a trumpet, and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from one end of heaven to the other." – Matthew 24:31

Many Christians unwittingly take that literally, just as they unwittingly take it literally that the Christ Jesus will "come again," this time magically coming out of the clouds, riding on a white charger as a Superman-Warlord King, to the sound of a trumpet.

But it’s all symbolic, and it's NOT Jesus that's come "again." It's the NEXT son of man, who has so far been rejected by his generation, as Isaiah and Jesus prophesied. But thank God, he's here, and the trumpet has been sounding. In fact, the trumpet began to sound some time ago, and it began to grow louder seven years ago, even though no one was listening. But now growing numbers of people have heard, and understand.

Growing numbers of people are discovering and understanding the prophesied message from the Spirit of truth, which the wise ones said would come, to issue judgment, guide us unto truth, show us things to come, and glorify God and the Ancient One who is in heaven with God, who has been known through those known as the Prophet, the Christ, the Buddha, the Avatar, the Sage, and all others who founded or expanded the world’s religions.

But I’m NOT talking about the so-called "end times," because the only thing that's ending is the age of division, conflict and war.

And I'm not talking just about the fulfillment of Judeo-Christian prophecy. I’m talking about the fulfillment of all religious prophecies, which foretold that there would be a time when the humble and meek shall inherit the earth, make peace, reconcile differences, transform "swords into plowshares," and make this world what it should be and is destined to be – a world where all the people may enjoy the bounty of the earth, equally, and in harmony.

But I don’t need to say any more than that, because you can read the message for yourself, at:

The world will start changing for the better as soon as enough people get the message.

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I've studied theology and its relationship to government for many years. A few years ago I stumbled upon the web site of an author who I felt was on the right track, and I've monitored it since then. Now I feel he has finally gotten the message (more...)
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