On the Verge of the Great Awakening or the Great Deception?

With great interest, I have been following the latest developments surrounding the Qanon movement. Admittedly, I have not been reading the “Q drops” from the very beginning, but I have a number of friends who have. They are brethren in Christ who research and study the meaning of every “Q proof”, tying each prediction together until it paints a clear picture of America’s glorious reform, and the utter defeat of the evil within our government.

Q is about showing the people how American patriots, led by Donald Trump, will seize back power from the globalist elites and mercilessly punish them for raping our country for decades – both figuratively and literally. At the heart of the Q movement is the aspiration to expose rampant pedophilia, cannibalism, and child sacrifice among the elites. Using much symbolism and code language, Q promises total victory against evil, satisfying our desire for justice and holy vengeance against evil doers.

In reality, Q is just an anonymous information source on the web, claiming to be comprised of top-level government and military personnel. Their goal is the dissemination of knowledge to the public, bypassing mainstream media and censored social media platforms. The validity of Q is proven as each claim comes to pass. Some predictions, however, have not come to pass. The “anons” (followers of Q) claim that disinformation is often necessary to throw the enemy off. After all, both patriots and swamp creatures read the same Q drops.

Many fully subscribe to every claim of Q. Die-hard followers are said to be 100 million strong and growing. Some others believe the Q movement is a good thing, but they do not share its inherent optimism. In all honesty, Q brings very little new information to the table, but Q does shine a light upon the evil of child sex trafficking that no other movement has been able to do. Information about the abuse of power, occultism, and the illuminati, at the highest levels of government, has been well known for a very long time but, until now, no action has been taken. If Donald Trump acts against them, it will be a first.

As we underscored in our September editorial (The Resurgence of Child Sacrifice…), idol worship has been prevalent even before the nation of Israel came up out of Egyptian bondage (cf. Gen. 31:34; 35:4; Exo. 32:4; Deut. 9:16; Neh. 9:18). Integral to that practice of demonism is propitiatory child sacrifice. During the church age, it has only taken place in the shadows, but we know that idolatry continues, nevertheless. In fact, it is increasing.

I appreciate the Q doctrine to expose demonic pedophilia and break the evil “cabal” of power. These are very good things and pleasing to God. However, also inherent in the Q movement is an extreme optimism that I cannot endorse because it flatly disagrees with Scripture. It is harmful to put our trust in anyone to perfectly fulfill the purposes of God, while ignoring God’s revealed plan to do so through his Son, Jesus Christ.

The Bible does not teach a future renaissance, known as “the Great Awakening”, in which child abuse will cease, morality will be restored, and prosperity will exceed all expectations. These fanciful predictions have more in common with the false doctrine of postmillennialism than with Bible prophecy!

To the contrary, men will “wax worse” in the last days (2 Tim. 3:13). Satanic seduction will increase, not decrease. The prophesied “Great Deception” is near (2 Thess. 2:9 – 12). Let us set our hope on the righteous government of the King of kings (Jas. 5:8; 1 Pet. 4:7). He will punish the wicked, subjugate all nations, and reign in perfect justice and peace for a thousand years (cf. Psa. 2; Isa. 2:2 – 4; 11:1 – 10; 24:14 – 16, 23; Mic. 7:14 – 17; Rev. 11:15; 20:4 – 6).

I can embrace Q’s stated agenda to reinstall Donald Trump on November 3rd, drain the swamp, and punish evil doers to God’s glory (i.e. Rom. 13:1 – 4). The president has said that he will do these things! However, I have no grandiose illusions of a “Great Awakening”. There will be no “golden age” until Christ comes in glory. Only then, “every knee will bow, and every tongue confess that Jesus is Lord, to the glory of God the Father” (Phil. 2:10, 11) – MAH

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