Truth is inspiring, it is guarded by GOD, and will triumph over all opposition!



This work given is in full acknowledgement of GOD and directed by Holy Spirit. Any and all use of the facts of the dark side are not an avenue meant to give any credit to them. In fact, all work is directly attributed to GODs Plan and to give HIM all the glory. Amen

The current battle rages on…this battle I speak of is the supernatural war. Most people don’t have a clue it wages beneath their noses daily. Yes, daily….minute by minute, actually.
The cries reach up to heaven and as far as hell too. Why would I suggest such an idea? Because GOD hears the cries of the innocent, and the oppressed. Satan, also hears the cries of those who think only he can help them. Giving their souls for material objects, wealth and fame is a temporary life, but giving your soul is a immortal issue, and once you sell your soul to the devil you will never get it back. So, we have different battle cries.
What is this? It’s called enemy strongholds. Fighting the enemy comes in two stages, the natural and supernatural. Culture trends are controlled by Satan and he has also infiltrated the church long ago. But, you see this is how Satan works…bringing comfort and complacency.
I certainly believe that Satan focuses more on Believer’s than he does the non-believers. Sure, he keeps his demons busy with the non-believer doing his agenda but it’s really the Believer’s that he works his magick on!


Not only does Satan send people to infiltrate the church but he sends his demons. They are loosed on the congregation and as we see here…pastors as well.
Although some would have you believe that if the pastor or the people within the church is wicked, then it’s all wicked! This is simply not true. Much like the Freemasons who have the upper echelon which worship Satan, this does not mean they all do. The same example fits the Roman Catholic Church…millions of people have NO CLUE how the top works.
This video not only releases the information on how many Believer’s watch porn, but also how many pastors do!
The shocking percentage of evangelical pastors who watch porn. [link]
The more the church is silences, the more room Satan has to thrive within it! He wreaks havoc in the church now, like never before.


Perfect example is this forum! We have our regulars but the people who come in just to wreak havoc are believe it or not….mostly Believer’s, if you want to call them that.
I recently watched a video called, “Beware of Angry Watchmen”.
I was moved by it. It really touched my heart, in more ways than one.
In the video the pastor, speaks of how GOD has given him a message to give to the BRIDE! A warning, if you will. It’s basically about people who profess to be “Christian” but are pulling people away from GOD! True.
So, that leads me to this video:
This is a very moving video! It reveals this man’s divine guidance by GOD to warn His BRIDE!
Beware of Angry Watchmen [link]


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11 responses

  1. Kittii

    This is a 25 year old’s first time preaching in front of the church he serves at: Christopher Hilken. I thought he did a good job. I don’t attend this church. “When God Gets To Three”. He was comparing it to when he was growing up and his parents counting to 3 before spanking him because he was doing something wrong. He’s a new dad.

    I heard laughter in the congregation, but were they really listening? What I got from the message was: God’s 1, 2, 3, warning to America. You try to tell Christians and they don’t listen. The United States is Babylon. It’s not Christian.

    I guess I better listen to the Angry Watchmen sermon, because this makes me angry and want to cry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Zedekiah’s Story
    Jeremiah 37 2 Chronicles 36:9-14 2 Kings 24:18-20

    What Gets Him to Three

    (1) Choose friendship over lordship
    John 15:9-17

    (2) Ask…but don’t listen
    Jeremiah 37:2-3 Matthew 6:33 Psalm 1

    (3) Compromise –> Rebellion –> Pain
    Luke 15:11-32 Psalm 73

    What Three Looks Like

    God’s Plan A is humility and Plan B is humiliation
    Romans 8:32

    He is in the business of “winback” not payback
    Hebrews 12:4-12

    How to Reset the Count

    Answer the door
    Revelation 3:20 Most of the Bible

    I guess he has a You Tube Channel and he posts his teaching. This isn’t the video I heard on Sunday.

    Dumb things Christians say:

    December 5, 2014 at 10:47 AM

  2. Kittii

    I guess the Pastor who did the sermon “Beware of Angry Watchmen’ is on David Wilkerson’s staff. I like David Wilkerson. He died in a car accident.

    Pastor Carter Conlon

    Pastor Carter Conlon is the Senior Pastor of Times Square Church. He joined the pastoral staff in 1994 at the invitation of our founding pastor, David Wilkerson, and was appointed to the office of senior pastor in 2001.

    Following a successful career in law enforcement, Pastor Carter pastored a church and directed a Christian school east of Ottawa, Canada. During his early years of ministry in Canada, he also owned and operated a sheep farm.

    Pastor Carter’s shepherd’s heart is evident in the tender and compassionate way he leads the large congregation at Times Square Church. He is loved and well respected for his strong leadership and fiery passion for God. He is married to Teresa Conlon and they have three children.

    Pastor Carter has a bachelor’s degree in law and sociology.

    When I learned about 9/11, I e-mailed David Wilkerson. I don’t know why? I don’t follow him. I read Nicky Cruz’s book “The Cross and the Switch Blade” back in the 70’s. I knew of David Wilkerson. I ran across this on “The Voice of the Martyr’s” web site, but I can’t find it. Here is is: He didn’t e-mail back, he just put me on this e-mail list.

    David Wilkerson had a series of visions and angelic visitations from the lord during his life time until his death in 2011, about the coming collapse of the U.S. economy and the destruction of America. In the economic collapse there will be riots and fires all across major cities in this nation. This will be a time of great apostasy and persecution in the church like never before. After the economic collapse of the United States the nation will be at its weakest point. A hydrogen holocaust will then sweep this nation in a Russian invasion of America. When Israel sees the destruction of America Russia will try to invade the Holy Land where 5/6th of the army’s of Russia will be destroyed by Jesus himself.

    December 5, 2014 at 11:17 AM

  3. Kittii

    Brian Brodersen and Calvary Chapel just one handshake away from the Jesuit Pope. It’s ecumenically official now.

    October 27, 2013 – Rick Warren joins the “Calvary Chapel Leadership” for a historic photo-op at Chuck Smith’s Memorial at Honda Center in Anaheim, CA

    •February 11, 2014 – Calvary Chapel’s Brian Brodersen and Don Stewart announce Roman Catholic confirmation is OK for a child when Brian says “I wouldn’t say that there’s anything harmful about somebody going through something like this, I don’t think it would be something that you just absolutely no way could not do this and remain in good standing with Jesus, I don’t think that that would be an issue there”

    •April 10, 2014 – Rick Warren refers to the new Jesuit Pope as “our Pope”

    •September 11, 2014 – Brian Brodersen states “Catholicism is Christianity…ritualistic”

    •November 17, 2014 – Brian Brodersen’s new official pal, Rick Warren, meets with the Pope

    December 5, 2014 at 11:47 AM

  4. Kittii

    You’ve got the New Agers saying the same thing David Wilkerson said. I’m not afraid to die. I know where I’m going.

    December 5, 2014 at 11:50 AM

    • Kittii

      December 5, 2014 at 11:54 AM

      • Kittii

        December 5, 2014 at 11:54 AM

  5. Kittii

    What’s the Song of Solomon all about? What’s his message in “Beware of Angry Watchmen”? Am I an angry watchmen?

    I like this commentary:

    “The Shepherd and the Shulamite”

    By Keith Malcomson

    The Song of Solomon is certainly my favorite book of the Old Testament. From a child I have been most aware that it opened up a deep revelation concerning intimate fellowship with the person of Jesus Christ.

    Just as the Book of Ruth was read each year at the Feast of Pentecost by Israel, the Book of Solomon was read by them at Passover. Its theme and message is redeeming love. It speaks of the Bride and the Blood.

    It starts with the words “Song of Songs” (1:1). Solomon wrote 1005 songs and 3000 proverbs (I Kgs.4:32), yet this is the greatest song he ever wrote. It is thee song or the greatest song of all. Moses and David were also song writers but this is indeed the greatest.


    Most commentators and Bible teachers, both ancient and modern, teach that Solomon in this song is a type of Christ and that the Shulamite is a type of the Church. But this is only partially correct. In this song Solomon is not a type of Jesus Christ.

    During the events and writing of this song we read in chapter 6:8 that Solomon had 60 Queens, 80 concubines and virgins without number. For Solomon to pursue the Shulamite and add her to his already large harem which would yet grow in size to 1000 is hardly a story about the exclusive love of Jesus Christ.

    In earlier days Solomon had experienced personal visitations of God (I Kgs.11:9). His name means peace and at birth he was given the name Jedidiah by God which means whom the Lord has sworn to love.

    He was one who knew the real Gospel of grace, who had an experience of the true God and who walked in the truth of God but through love of many foreign women his heart was turned from the true God unto other god’s.

    Solomon is a picture in this song of many loves and of foreign beliefs mixed with the true gospel. He is a picture of the true and false mixed and merged within the church. He reveals to us a gospel and church which is a mixture of the real with utter apostasy.

    The Shulamite

    Solomon had many women. Why would he write about the Shulamite? He wrote about her because she was the one who got away. He had all the wealth, all the woman and all the wisdom he could desire but he wanted this little woman as well. But she resisted all his offers and eventually got away.

    Some commentators have thought that she was Pharaoh’s daughter or the Queen of Sheba. But again this cannot be so. She was not rich, powerful or foreign. We are told that she tended sheep and tended to vineyards and as a result she was heavily sunburnt (1:6). Her mother was a widow and she had brothers.

    She is always associated in the song with villages, fields, gardens, sheepfolds and mountains; not palaces, princes and power. Her name comes from Shulem or Shunem a small village near Nazareth (6:13)

    The Shepherd

    Who then is her lover in the song? He is called the Shepherd. He may well have even come from Nazareth! He is revealed in 1:7 as her lover and as a shepherd, “Tell me, O thou whom my soul loveth, where thou feedest, where thou makest thy flock to rest at noon: for why should I be as one that turneth aside by the flocks of thy companions?”

    Jesus Christ is the “shepherd of the sheep” (Jn.10:2) “the good shepherd” (11) “the great shepherd” (heb.13:12) and “the chief Shepherd” (I Pet.5:4). The predominate mark of the Shepherd is His sacrificial love. This was the one whom the Shulamite loved and who the Church now loves.

    All through this song the Shepherd refers to the Shulamite as “My love, my fair one” and as the “fairest among women” (1:15; 2:10, 13; 4:1, 7, 10; 5:9; 6:1, 10). There was none to compare with her; she was His only true love. This is another proof that he cannot have been Solomon. This was an exclusive love set upon one person only and shared with none other.

    Her Beloved goes on to say “Thou hast ravished my heart, my sister, my spouse; thou hast ravished my heart with one of thine eyes…” (4:9) and “Turn away thine eyes from me, for they have overcome me:” (6:5). The term to “ravish the heart” means to take the heart to yourself. The term “overcome” means to capture. So we see here the beautiful truth that because her eyes and love is fixed upon the Shepherd alone and because her eye is single upon him, she has literally taken his heart captive – Oh to have such a vision of Jesus Christ.

    The Story Behind the Song

    Let’s look very briefly at the overall story. The Shulamite lived at Shumem with her widowed mother and brothers. It was in the days of her youth that she fell in love with the shepherd boy who laboured in the hills.

    Her brothers were angry with her so they sent her away to look after their vineyards. While labouring there in the hot sun with her own hands and missing her beloved, King Solomon visits his thousand vineyards in the same area. When his eyes fall upon her and he sees her beauty he immediately falls in love with her and desires to win her as his own. Today’s ecumenical movement desires to woo every pure chaste virgin church into an apostate union.

    She is brought back to Jerusalem where Solomon begins to woo her in an attempt to win her with his wealth and words. He pours out adoration and offers her everything in order to add her to his entourage of women.

    Here she is in Jerusalem. It is the most religious city in the world with the greatest heritage and reputation that can be found anywhere. The worship; the temple; the walls; the gathering of the people for the feasts; it was here that the greatest and wisest sermons could be heard from the most gifted man of the age. What else could she desire? Would this not fulfil all her dreams?

    No. She was in love with the Shepherd boy. He alone is what she desired. This song is made up of chapters filled with dreams, visitations, longings, failures, searching’s, heartache, prayers, revivals and much time as she awaits the coming of the Shepherd boy. It is her love for him that keeps her heart. None else will satisfy her. She is not looking for the confused mixture of true and false religion found at Jerusalem; she is seeking for the person of Christ Himself.

    While Solomon presses upon her an ecumenical church union, she instead is separated by her love for the Shepherd. Her love is an exclusive love.

    The Watchmen

    She speaks of the watchmen who walked around the streets and walls of Jerusalem at night. Of course these watchmen were supposed to bring safety to the inhabitants and to guard the people of God when it was dark.

    She encounters them at a time when she is desperate for her beloved, the Shepherd. Nothing in Jerusalem could satisfy; she must have his presence and person alone. “The watchmen that go about the city found me: to whom I said, Saw ye him whom my soul loveth? It was but a little that I passed from them, but I found him whom my soul loveth: I held him, and would not let him go” (3:3-4). They had no answer for her; no Christ to give her; they knew not how to find him. But her hungry heart leads to him.

    Again later during a time of hesitancy on her part in seeking after Christ she goes in search of him in the streets. “The watchmen that went about the city found me, they smote me, they wounded me; (5:7). These watchmen not only could not point her to Christ but abused her physically. Instead of healing her they wounded her. Many so-called watchmen and Shepherds are not only failing in the care of the Church but are hurting her terribly. They are busy bending the Bride to the culture of Solomon’s Jerusalem instead of leading her to Christ.

    She also says “the keepers of the walls took away my veil from me.” (5:7). These men who were to warn of the approach of the enemy against the walls were instead caught up in removing the modest covering of the Shulamite and making her a shame and reproach to all.

    So many watchmen today have lost the ability to keep watch against the enemy and instead entertain themselves by leading the Bride into shame and exposing her beauty to the world.

    Jesus called himself the Bridegroom (Mt.9:15; 25:1; 5-6). John the Baptist said, “I am not the Christ, but that I am sent before him. He that hath the bride is the bridegroom: but the friend of the bridegroom, which standeth and heareth him, rejoiceth greatly because of the bridegroom’s voice: this my joy therefore is fulfilled. (3:29).

    Again the five-fold ministry must return to be “friends of the bridegroom.” They ought not to draw the Bride to themselves but aught always to point to Christ and to present her to Christ. This alone will test the worth of their ministries. Their motto must be “He must increase, but I must decrease.” (3:30)

    The Daughters of Jerusalem

    One last group who appear in the story several times are the daughters of Jerusalem. They live in Jerusalem and are captivated by the glory, glamour and gild of this powerful King.

    They are a picture of virgin churches that have been seduced by Solomon and so added to his harem. They are captivated by him but having won them he now counts them as only one amongst many.

    In Revelation 17:5 we read of the MOTHER OF HARLOTS; a Mother of Harlots or one who mothers harlots. This Harlot makes harlots of virgin churches. Revelation 17 is a prophecy concerning the Roman Catholic Church in the end days before Christ’s return for His Bride. Today through ecumenical charismatic influences Rome is wholesale making harlots of most churches but one will escape this confusion, deception and apostasy; she is the true Bride of Christ.

    We have watched Rome since the glorious Revival in the days of the Reformation make harlots of the Lutheran Church, the Anglican Church, the Methodist Church and now the Pentecostal Church.

    These daughters of Jerusalem are in the most religious city on the earth – Jerusalem. In Revelation Jerusalem is spiritually called “Sodom and Egypt.” This city once noted for her great kings, revivals and prophets, although still religious, is no different from Sodom and Egypt. She is unclean inside.

    These daughters of Jerusalem cannot understand why the Shulamite thinks more of her Shepherd than of Solomon. They constantly beseech her to look at and love King Solomon but she in response charges them to ‘not stir up her love’ or ‘move her heart’ unto things or persons of this world (2:7; 5:8; 8:4). Her love is singular; it is agape love.

    Their response to this is “What is thy beloved more than another beloved, O thou fairest among women? what is thy beloved more than another beloved, that thou dost so charge us? (5:9). They cannot understand her love for the shepherd taking priority over this ecumenical city and its king.

    She then preaches to them concerning her Christ, “My beloved is white and ruddy, the chiefest among ten thousand.” (5:10). She not only charges and challenges them but also preaches to them by overflowing with a message of utter consuming love, dedication and faithfulness.

    This is revival preaching which comes forth out of love to Christ. This sort of preaching will arise and challenge worldly compromised churches to repent and return to their first love. Thank God in this song this revived Bride reaches some of these daughters: “Whither is thy beloved gone, O thou fairest among women? whither is thy beloved turned aside? that we may seek him with thee.” (6:1).

    Rev 22:17 “And the Spirit and the bride say, Come. And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that is athirst come. And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely.”

    Spiritual Fruit & the Shepherd’s Return

    In the midst of this song in chapter 5, Solomon, the Watchmen and the Daughters disappear from sight leaving the Shulamite alone in her garden with her beloved.

    The Shepherd is called, “Thou that dwellest in the gardens” (8:13). In chapter 4:12, she is called “A garden inclosed.” She is like a garden where the fruit of the Spirit grows. Around the garden is a protective wall to keep out all but the Shepherd. Only He can partake of the spiritual fruit of the Bride. While the Church is on earth the one thing Christ seeks for is the fruit of the Holy Spirit (Gal.5:22-23).

    In 4:16, she prays for the Spirit of God to blow upon her in such a way as to revive her and to bring forth Christian character and virtue. “Awake, O north wind; and come, thou south; blow upon my garden, that the spices thereof may flow out. Let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleasant fruits.” Christ responds by saying “I am come into my garden, my sister, my spouse:” (5:1) He visits her regularly to inspect her love to Him and likeness to Him.

    Lastly, all through the song she looks forward to a better day, “Until the day break, and the shadows flee away” (2:17; 4:6). At present she sees “through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.” (I Cor.13:12).

    At present she must persevere through trials, troubles and temptations, but then she shall possess in fullness the one she has loved.

    One day very soon there will be a sight seen by every eye and one question asked by every tongue “Who is this that cometh up from the wilderness, leaning upon her beloved?” (8:5). It is the Shulamite leaning on the Shepherd.

    “And the LORD my God shall come, and all the saints with thee.” (Zech.14:5). “Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of his saints,” (Jude 14). “…the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ with all his saints.” (I Thess.3:13) “Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall see him, and they also which pierced him: and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of him. Even so, Amen.” (Rev.1:7)

    The Shulamite is a beautiful type and picture of the true Church from the day of Pentecost until the return of her beloved when she shall be caught up to be with Him in the air.

    December 5, 2014 at 12:48 PM

    • Kittii

      I’m not on facebook, but this guy is:

      December 5, 2014 at 1:29 PM

    • Kittii

      I just ran across this: The Fig Tree in Song of Solomon

      The Fig Tree in Song of Solomon

      The chapter The Olivet Solution discussed the symbolism of the fig tree in Matthew 24. The leaves of the fig tree represent tribulation events rather than Israel’s becoming a nation in 1948.

      But for a long time the fig tree in Song of Solomon puzzled me. Song of Solomon 2:8–13 seems to portray the rapture in symbolic language:

      The voice of my beloved! behold, he cometh leaping upon the mountains, skipping upon the hills. My beloved is like a roe or a young hart: behold, he standeth behind our wall, he looketh forth at the windows, showing himself through the lattice. My beloved spake, and said unto me, Rise up, my love, my fair one, and come away. For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone; The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land; The fig tree putteth forth her green figs, and the vines with the tender grape give a good smell. Arise, my love, my fair one, and come away.

      The speed of the roe pictures the speed of His coming. The lattice, half revealing, half concealing, reminds me of His coming with clouds. The words “Rise up, my love” sounds like something He would say at the rapture.

      This passage has similarities and differences compared with Matthew 24:32–33:

      Now learn a parable of the fig tree; When his branch is yet tender, and putteth forth leaves, ye know that summer is nigh: So likewise ye, when ye shall see all these things, know that it is near, even at the doors.

      Similarities are 1) the fig tree is a symbol related to His coming, and 2) the fig tree indicates a season.

      Differences are 1) Matthew’s fig tree puts forth leaves while Solomon’s fig tree puts forth green figs, and 2) the saints observe Matthew’s fig tree before Christ comes, while the bride is directed to look at Solomon’s fig tree after her beloved appears. No mention of leaves, no warning.

      I know the Bible harmonizes, but I just couldn’t put the pieces together. If the rapture comes first, and if Solomon’s passage depicts the rapture, then why figs instead of leaves? Don’t leaves come first, then figs? Why does the tribulation symbol appear to happen chronologically before the rapture symbol? That was my puzzle.

      It all fit into place when I realized that the symbols were not intended to be interpreted together. Each symbol is adapted to fit its own situation. One symbol fits a scheduled event; the other fits a surprise event. The one provides a clue; the other provides confirmation. If the leaves mean His coming is near, then figs mean He’s here.

      Since I wrote the above, a brother’s feedback to this site led me to do more research on the timing of figs and leaves. That research led me to the following email response from Daniel Yakir, an Israeli fig enthusiast:

      Normally the leaves come first but it is a little bit more complicated: in male figs (caprifig) the figs come 3–4 times a year even when the tree is completely without leaves. In some varieties they give early crops (called Breba) the figs and the leaves come almost together.

      December 18, 2014 at 11:07 AM

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