Post by davewatchman on Dec 8, 2018 13:00:10 GMT -6
"And this gospel of the kingdom will be proclaimed throughout the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.
On November 11 we had that strange seismic wave that ran around the globe in 20 minutes, and then on November 14 John Chau proclaimed the Gospel to the ends of the earth.
And then shall the end come.
Two weekends ago i had some fun taking with some of the seven heads of the composite beast on a "religious" forum. There were some smart atheists and pagans over there but i think i had them frightened that we're at the end of days right now. When people get scared they get mad and then they deleted my posts. They get mad because they mourn as those who have no hope. We have the blessed hope, so even though it's spooky, we also are excited. We know also that God, through Christ Jesus, will bring with Him those who have fallen asleep.
I made a post like this one: board.unsealed.org/post/25552/thread , and they deleted it. It was over the North Sentinel Island story with John Chau.
“God, I thank you for choosing me, before I was even yet formed in my mother’s womb, to be Your messenger of Your Good news to the people of North Sentinel Island.” - John Chau
Time can be spent on googling North Sentinel Island.
1. a person or thing that watches or stands as if watching.
2. a soldier stationed as a guard to challenge all comers and prevent a surprise attack: to stand sentinel.
The Sentinelese- perhaps the most isolated people in the world!
There's lots of stories going back to even the Marco Polo days where he made a comment about them.
From National Geographic:
"The unique situation of the Sentinelese—as the only uncontacted tribe in the world inhabiting their own island—makes them “exceptionally vulnerable”
I posted the similar notes to these on a couple of other forums. One of the forums is a "religious" forum, but it's not Christian, anyone can post there. There's lots of Atheists, Satanists and Pagans, Bahais, Eastern mystics, Muslims, you name it. A couple Saturdays ago it was very busy. It was spooky. The thread went from 177 views to 1362 in 36 hours.
I think that i had some of them concerned that this IS an end of the world indicator. They were smart people. They certainly did get agitated. When people get scared, they get mad and the moderators started deleting my posts. And there are some mean spirited people on that forum. Very disrespectful to the young man who was killed. It was very busy. www.religiousforums.com/threads/american-christian-missionary-killed-by-tribespeople.215055/
And then a weird thing happened and i started believing it too. Look up the history of North Sentinel Island. Marco Polo and the British were making comments about NOT visiting the natives there. Those guys come out to kill visitors every time. One time in 2006 two fishermen fell asleep in their boat, the anchor slipped in the night and when they drifted into that shore they woke up as they were being macheted to death.
Even if you google the ten most remote places on earth, they are still places that people can travel to and bring a Bible along. Or they are places where communication signals can reach, and the Good News of the Gospel can be delivered to people with TV or radio. But not North Sentinel Island. They are the last humans left on the planet who remain totally isolated from modern civilization. And now John Chau delivered his waterproof Bible to them.
Another way to look at it is, if John DIDN'T go to North Sentinel, it could NOT be said that the Gospel had been proclaimed everywhere. There would always be someone that could say for example: "well, they didn't get to Sentenal island yet, the end can't come yet"".
John Chau wrote describing a man wearing a white crown possibly made of flowers taking a “leadership stance” by standing atop the tallest coral rock on the beach.
The man yelled, and John responded, singing some worship songs and yelling back something in Xhosa, a language he apparently knew a few words of from when he coached soccer in South Africa a few years ago.
“They would often fall silent after this,” he wrote. Other efforts to communicate with tribe members ended with their bursting out in laughter.
The people on that island, like the Jews in the first century, did not recognize the time of their visitation. But it was a technical success, the Gospel was delivered to them. The Gospel was proclaimed. And the messenger paid a high price for it's delivery.
“I hollered, ‘My name is John, I love you and Jesus loves you,’ ” he wrote in his journal. One of the juveniles shot at him with an arrow, which pierced his waterproof Bible, he wrote.
I find that this comes at an uncanny point in time. My interest in this story is not a casual one. I can't let it go for some reason. If this had happened a few years ago, i don't think it would bug me too much. Right now, with everything else going on, it looks like just another one of TOO many coincidences. I wonder now if the Lord did not raise John Chau up, AND these Sentinelese also to be vessels in the fulfillment of scripture in these last days.
I know there are other isolated tribes in places like South America, but not like these guys. The south American ones are still on the same land mass. These Sentinelese are notoriously remote. The MOST remote.
"And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness to all nations; and then shall the end come. - Matthew 24:14
"And you will be my witnesses, telling people about me everywhere--in Jerusalem, throughout Judea, in Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." - Acts 1:8
And now the Gospel has reached to "the ends of the Earth".
The disciples continue their witnessing through their written word which can be found in the water proof Bibles of today.
"And this gospel of the kingdom shall be proclaimed.
It just says that this Gospel will be PROCLAIMED. It doesn't say that it will be accepted or realized or even understood.
And then shall the end come.
The world's last isolated humans: Rare footage captures members of the hostile island tribe who shun aid and KILL visitors on sight.
- The indigenous tribe has lived on North Sentinel Island in the Indian Ocean for an estimated 60,000 years
- Rare footage has been compiled of the few times outsiders have attempted to contact them since the 1960s
- Islanders have been known to fire arrows or toss stones at low-flying aircraft on reconnaissance missions
- In 2006, two illegal fisherman were killed by the Sentinelese for drawing too close to their shores
- India's government has given up on making contact with the islanders and established a ban on visiting there
Listen to what Mike says in this short video.
I'm afraid that i agree with him.