What They Don't Teach You at Church

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Posted By on January 2, 2014

“The church that is at Babylon, elected together with you, salutes you; and so does Marcus my son.” (1 Peter 5:13)

This seemingly simple verse is the key to unlocking some of the most important parts of scripture. When Peter says “Babylon”, he is referring to ROME. This was common knowledge when written in the days of the early church, so there aren’t long explanations or a whole lot of fuss about it. It was taken as matter-of-fact, assumed knowledge. Babylon is Rome. Rome is Babylon. Once you understand this one concept, so many other things simply fall into place.

Mystery Babylon the Great, Mother of Harlots and Abominations of the Earth? (Revelation 17:5). ROME.

Daniel predicted that the Beast would “think to change times and laws”. Scripture says the New Year starts in the Spring. ROME changed it to start in the dead of winter, shortly after the solstice. Scripture gave us Holy Days that reveal the Father’s plan for our salvation, and told us to keep them “forever, throughout your generations, no matter where you live.” (see Leviticus 23). ROME institutionalized cheap counterfeits, including Easter and Christmas, inherited from Babylonian sungod worship. Your church doesn’t have to be Catholic to be part of Rome – Protestant churches came from the Roman church, and still keep her traditions. If your church teaches the Roman holidays instead of the scriptural feasts, you are being led astray. The choice is simple – either you serve the Most High, and follow your Creator’s instructions; or you follow Rome, and keep her Babylonian traditions instead.

“Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.” (Revelation 18:4)


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