Today the majority of Earth’s resources are wasted in vain. Not to aid in our survival, but burned up in the fires and sacrificed on an alter of Satanic worship. People are more interested in driving cars, living in nice homes, and buying the latest gadgets, than they are about survival. We are destroying the planet in a manmade mass extinction, relentlessly consuming more than our fair share and dumping our waste into the atmosphere, waters, and landfills. We have sacrificed the health of our planet in the surge of a little more than one century. Mass extinction manifests in all parts of the world, as our civilization makes the folly of a final sacrifice of our entire planet Earth.
For many generations, humans required the nourishment of animal flesh in order to sustain survival. We hunted animals to feed our families, and used their skins as clothes and bones as tools. As an example, many Native American cultures practiced gratitude for the lives of the animals they hunted for food. They wasted almost no part of the animal, crafting clothing, shelter and tools from the leftover remains of the beasts. They also gave thanks to their creator and the animals themselves for providing them with their necessities. Often these animal sacrifices for the sake of survival were worthy, because a healthy human being has much more potential to do good in this world than a lowly beast does.
In today’s modern day and age beef, pork and chicken, can be ordered from a fast food restaurant counter, and it is cooked and prepared into a delicious meal in a matter of minutes. But is our sacrifice of those animals for our survival, or for our pleasure? Do we need to kill animals to survive, or do we want to taste their flesh to satisfy desired tastes? Many would argue that flesh eating is a part of nature, and we as humans are superior to the animals, so our joy and comfort trumps their pain and suffering, but at the heart of our desires to eat the meat is self-centredness that does not reflect the personage of God.
In recorded history, the sacrifice of an innocent life for the comfort of the guilty is common, and it is also found in the bible (Leviticus 4:35, Hebrews 9:22, Genesis 4:4-5). In the Hebrew scriptures, animal sacrifice was commanded by God. It is explained away today to have foreshadowed the sacrifice of Jesus which would come later, as recorded in the New Testament Gospels. But what is the ideology behind such ritual murders? Is it not simply replacing the guilt of an unworthy, often unrepentant sinner, with the death of an innocent animal which is in no way justly accountable for the crime?
In the case of the Jews, it was especially important to temporarily cover one’s sins with an animal offering. Many bible believers today, still are convinced that God willed such offerings, though these sacrifices were offered out of fear and selfish intentions.
How easy it is to choose a fatted scape goat and murder it to cover one’s shame and fear of guilt. In the evolution of religion, this ideology took a drastic turn when God’s own son was crucified to atone for the sins of humanity. But this is little more than taking the religious element of ritualistic animal sacrifice, that was common in both pagan and Jewish beliefs, to an audacious extreme.
It is simply the selfish human nature, that one does not want to account for ones own crimes, so he puts someone else in its place. Let me ask you this. If you murdered someone in cold blood, and when the police came to question you, you blamed it on an innocent person, and that person was arrested and imprisoned, or even executed for the crime; Would your conscience be clean? Would feelings of guilt not be justified? Why would an innocent animal or person, or the Son of God for that matter, dying because of your crimes not put you in a state of shameful guilt as well? Would justice not demand a debt to be payed?
It’s easy to allow ones faith to be swayed by an easy answer religion provides, but the answer is never easy, because Satan has his hand upon the human heart, and lies in our very thoughts deceiving humanity utterly. The world lies in the hands of the enemy, but people find themselves content with the religions that were established throughout the human history that Satan has been key in orchestrating.
Wasteful animal or human sacrifice is an abomination to God and simply ritualistic superstition that the Devil uses to deceive one into feeling a false sense of peace. Yet suffering and death is not peace but the opposite. Murdering an innocent creature to justify one’s self only leads to a greater debt, not prosperity and blessing.
One should also ask what was the ultimate intent behind Jesus’ death? Most Christians would admit that Satan influenced Judas to betray Jesus unto death (Matthew 27:3, John 18:5, Mark 14:10, Luke 22:48), because it would seem unjust for God to have betrayed his son with one of his own disciples whom he trusted and even loved. Yet the Devil comforts people with the idea that God’s hand crushed Jesus on that Roman cross, as if this chaotic catastrophe was something God willed and not Satan.
The Epic Testament explains how God and the Devil have warred throughout the evolution of our Universe, into our climatic era of Armageddon we face today in the end times. Both Christ and the Antichrist are destined to determine the fate of all creation, decided by which incarnation survives and which falls under the reign of death. The Devil has not yet been defeated, and only through the ascension of the living Messiah, will Satan meet his day of judgment and doom. No religious belief system will protect humanity from Satan’s wrath if He succeeds in his plans to destroy Christ in Armageddon. Hellfire will consume us for all time, if we fail to fulfill the will of God, destroying the Earth and our hope in the exaltation of the Messiah.
Please read the Epic Testament and understand it’s teachings. It explains the purpose of creation, the laws of science, and the true meaning of our history, in a clear and perfectly harmonious way. It also explains the truth about Jesus and religion, shining a new light upon an old world’s folly. It is the final revelation of God to humankind, and is the key in erecting a new world order that will throw off the shackles of our old world, and usher us into a new age of endless peace and joy. Without a revolution in thought and deed, our civilization will continue down it’s course of self-destruction, and we will be forever condemned for not heeding the dire warnings that echo throughout the ages of time, and the pages of our own history.