Chaos and Turmoil

It seems, right before our eyes, we’re watching the demise of our nation. The cost of living is rampant as oil prices have escalated to $117 a barrel. The U.S. currency has fallen off its throne and is now a steppingstone that the world is running over to obtain Euro‘s. Oh, what should a Christian do? Wrong question. Oh, what should a Christian believe?


The amalgamation of the United States of America, Canada, and Mexico has officially been created not by an act of congress or a vote of the American people, but by three men with a plan from the organization called, The Council on Foreign Relations, CFR. Through a special task force, the CFR produced a report on “Building A North American Community.” The completed report became the framework for a meeting between U.S. President Bush, Canadian Prime Minister Martin, and President Fox of Mexico on March 23, 2005 in Waco, Texas. Quoting from a fact sheet at the www.SPP.gov website, “The leaders of North America agreed to advance the agenda of the Security Prosperity Partnership, SPP.” The focus will be on five high priority initiatives: 1) Smart and secure borders; 2) North American emergency management; 3)North American energy Security initiative; 4) Advancing cooperation on Avian and pandemic influenza; and, 5) The North American Competitiveness Council.


Their intention is to create a North American Union, NAU. America can say welcome to open borders, Free Trade Agreements like the North American Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA, and the net loss of jobs associated with these agreements. They tell us not to worry though, because the answer we’re given about losing our jobs is, they’ll make retraining available through our nation’s Community colleges. Our potentially fastest growing segment of society may be the unemployed casualties of Free Trade Agreements. Yet we’re to be encouraged since these casualties can be retrained and repatriated to new jobs, only with less pay and minimal benefits. I suppose our planners feel with universal health care and government sponsored education, which demands tuition be repaid in community service, that everyone will be taken care of. Who’s to pay for all this wonderful socialism? The social work will be handled by the church and its newest army of volunteers. I am still left with a couple of unanswered questions. The first question that comes to mind is, retrain for what jobs? The second question is, who is going to provide for the families while the head of the household is studying for a new job? What’s a Christian to do? Wrong question. What’s a Christian to believe?


Globalization is the mantra chanted at the political, business, and church sectors. In fact, the church has already been indoctrinated to what it means to be a global citizen thanks to Rick Warren and his unscriptural book, “The Purpose Driven Life”. Warren, who has embraced the globalization mantra by speaking at the United Nations and at the Council on Foreign Relations, prepares his readers by defining what a world-class Christian should do. From his book, “The Purpose Driven Life”, in chapter 38 he says a world-class Christian should, “Shift from self-centered thinking to other-centered thinking . . . Shift from local thinking to global thinking.”


The ultimate thrust of bringing the three sectors of politics, business, and church together is their unified effort to resolve the world’s problems. Global warming, poverty, and so-called universal health care, with an emphasis on AIDS, aims to unite us together, so we’re to believe.


If we can all just sacrifice a little for the benefit of society and join the army of the human doings we’ll collectively solve all the world’s problems. Sounds like their globalization is repackaged socialization. Welcome reader to the United Nations Agenda 21. The new global plan for redistribution of the world’s natural resources and money, all under the auspicious of Sustainable Development. Included in their motif is the unification of religions through dialogue. Seeking common ground verses doctrinal differences is heralded at global meetings sponsored by the United Nations, The World Economic Forum, and a host of other organizational meetings. Their first step towards uniting religions was engineered by a contingency of Muslim scholars who held out the proverbial olive branch by inviting the Vatican and Evangelical leaders to enter into dialogue. Representing the church of the human doings was Rick Warren; the head of the National Evangelical Association, Leith Anderson; Bill Hybels, founder of seeker-sensitive Willow Creek church; and, a who’s who list of other Evangelical leaders. They responded in a letter apologizing to Muslims for the Crusades! These Evangelicals want the “dialogue to build relationships that will reshape the two communities to genuinely reflect our common love for God and for one another.”

Their response letter to the Muslim scholar’s further states, “If we fail to make every effort to make peace to come together in harmony, you correctly remind us that our eternal souls are at stake as well.”

God didn’t call the church to enter into dialogue with the lost. We can’t negotiate the Word of God. Islam and Christianity don’t have any common ground! The Koran twists and perverts every Bible truth. The stories of the Koran change the lives of: Jesus, who they deny is God, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Mary, and many other Bible characters.


What’s a Christian to do? Wrong question. What’s a Christian to believe? The only hope for America is the preaching of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and Him Crucified. Our sole responsibility is to get the message out to a lost and dying nation and world. The results are up to God. But woe unto us, and the souls who don’t hear, if we fail God’s Great Commission, “Go ye into all the world, and preach the Gospel to every creature” (Mk. 16:15).

(This article was originally printed in June, 2008)


January 15, 2013 at 9:55 pm
Lois says:
John, I am a 77 year old fairly new born again Christian, I enjoy your program so very much. I wish they would put it in the archives for viewing again. You inform and give out so much valuable information. If only it could be heard on secular tv programs for all to hear. What has happened to your son Josh? I enjoyed the program that the two of you did together. Keep up your wonderful work on SBN, I have learned so much and I tell my friends and family to tune in. Love in Christ, Lois

February 5, 2013 at 7:34 pm
Shirley says:
I love to listen to John Rosenstern, love his program”Insight” always look forward to his program every morning.

May 27 2015 at 7:34 pm
Cheryl says:
Brother John
Can you commit about the loud strange sounds people are hearing coming from the heavens in different locations all over the world for the last 10 years it happen again this year, sounds like trumpets and a shofar. Are they warning signs of God's judgments? Biblical Prophesies of strange sounds around the world on the internet has reports from reporters and from individuals who have heard this.

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