Excuse me, President Trump is NOT the “savior of humanity”. Jesus Christ, the Son of the Living God is the “Savior of Humanity” But I don’t expect an ignorant Hindu or any other false religious cult member to know that.
John 3:16 “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”
1st John 4:14 “And we have seen and do testify that the Father sent the Son to be the Saviour of the world.”
‘He is hope for humanity against Islamic terror.’ Now this is a true statement as God has placed President Trump into the White House to undo decades of criminal activity. Another problem is President Trump is NOT Born Again. He has been chosen for “such a time as this”. Esther 4:14
Adan Salazar | Infowars.com – A group in India celebrated Donald Trump’s birthday with cake and a photo exhibition showing the US president’s rise to power throughout the years.
The Hindu Sena group held a ceremony for the 45th US president’s 71st birthday Wednesday at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi, similar to one they held last year prior to the outcome of the presidential election.
“The event will be much bigger than (the one in) 2016. This time we have planned to organize a photo exhibition depicting successful journey of Mr Donald Trump during last five years,” Hindu Sena President Vishnu Gupta told the Times of India.
An invitation for the event featured a photo of Trump as a young boy, contrasted with a modern photo of the businessman in front of a backdrop of balloons.
“Join us and lets Celebrate the Birthday of Saviour of Humanity, The President of the United States of America,” the invitation read, adding that a photo exhibition would also be on display.
Before the celebration last year, Gupta told The Wall Street Journal Trump was a vital force in eliminating radical Islam.
“Donald Trump is the man with brave heart. He vowed to destroy Islamic terrorism,” Gupta stated. “Going by his statements, he will be the lone savior of mankind. He is our hero and deserves our support.”
In 2016 Hindu Sena also held a “havan” ritual where they prayed for Trump’s success ahead of the US election.
The Hindu Ritual will bring a Curse on America just like it did Cain
The havan ritual or Homa Ritual is the building a altar and offering FOOD sacrifice. It is the SAME THING that Cain did in Genesis, offering up vegatables as a sacrifice to God, which God rejected. Actually, President Trump has brought a Curse on himself and possibly the country by participating in this Satanic ritual!
We read: The Homa ritual grammar is common to many Sanskara (rite of passage) ceremonies in various Hindu traditions. The Vedic fire ritual, at the core of various Homa ritual variations in Hinduism, is a “bilaterally symmetrical” structure of a rite. It often combines fire and water, burnt offerings and soma, fire as masculine, earth and water as feminine, the fire vertical and reaching upwards, while the altar, offerings and liquids being horizontal. The Homa ritual’s altar (fire pit) is itself a symmetry, most often a square, a design principle that is also at the heart of temples and mandapas in Indian religions. The sequence of homa ritual events similarly, from beginning to end, are structured around the principles of symmetry. The forms and means of offerings, states Michael Witzel, are symbolism of the masculine and feminine, such as ghee (symbolism of masculine semen) offered into the fire from a ladle ritually shaped in form of a yoni (symbolism for feminine prakriti).
The fire-altar (vedi or homa/havan kunda) is generally made of brick or stone or a copper vessel, and is almost always built specifically for the occasion, being dismantled immediately afterwards. This fire-altar is invariably built in square shape. While very large vedis are occasionally built for major public homas, the usual altar may be as small as 1 x 1 foot square and rarely exceeds 3 x 3 feet square.
A ritual space of homa, the altar is temporary and movable. The first step in a homa ritual is the construction of the ritual enclosure (mandapa), and the last step is its deconstruction. The altar and mandapa is consecrated by a priest, creating a sacred space for the ritual ceremony, with recitation of mantras. With hymns sung, the fire is started, offerings collected. The sacrificer enters, symbolically cleanses himself or herself, with water, joins the homa ritual, gods invited, prayers recited, conch shell blown. The sacrificers pour offerings and libations into the fire, with hymns sung, often to the sounds of svaha. The oblations and offerings typically consist of clarified butter (ghee), milk, curd, sugar, saffron, grains, coconut, perfumed water, incense, seeds, petals and herbs.
The altar and the ritual is a symbolic representation of the Hindu cosmology, a link between reality and the worlds of gods and living beings. The ritual is also a symmetric exchange, a “quid pro quo”, where humans offer something to the gods through the medium of fire, and in return expect that the gods will reciprocate with strength and that which they have power to influence. Source: Wikipedia
Why did God accept Abel’s offering but reject Cain’s offering? Why did Cain then kill Abel?
The stories of the first act of worship in human history and the first murder are recorded in Genesis chapter 4. This follows the account of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, their disobedience to God, and the entrance of sin into the human race. Death, the judgment pronounced upon them by God, soon made its entrance in the first family.
Cain and Abel, the sons of Adam and Eve, “in the course of time” brought offerings to the Lord (Genesis 4:3). Without doubt, they were doing this because God had revealed it to them. Some question, “How were Cain and Abel supposed to know what to sacrifice?” The answer is that God must have instructed them. It is clear that the offering was to be a substitutionary atonement, because we read in Hebrews 11:4, “By faith Abel offered God a better sacrifice than Cain did.” When Abel came for worship, it was by faith that he brought his offering, the “fat portions from some of the first-born of his flock” (Genesis 4:4). The Lord looked with favor on Abel and his offering, and it was accepted.
His brother Cain brought “some of the fruits of the soil as an offering to the Lord” (Genesis 4:3). But on Cain and his offering the Lord did not look with favor. We do not know how God expressed His rejection, but it was evident. In Jude’s epistle, verse 11, we read, “They have taken the way of Cain,” referring to lawless men. This may mean that they, like Cain, disobediently devised their own ways of worship; they did not come by faith. Cain’s offering, while acceptable in his own eyes, was not acceptable to the Lord. Mostly likely, Cain’s offering was unacceptable because it was bloodless (see Leviticus 17:11); he was perverting God’s prescribed form of worship. Rather than repent at God’s rebuke, Cain became angry, and later, in the field, he killed his brother Abel (Genesis 4:8).
Why did Cain kill Abel? It was premeditated murder, caused by anger, jealousy, and pride. John wrote, “Do not be like Cain, who belonged to the evil one and murdered his brother. And why did he murder him? Because his own actions were evil and his brother’s were righteous” (1 John 3:12). The evil in his heart was further revealed when the Lord asked Cain, “Where is your brother Abel?” “I don’t know,” he replied. “Am I my brother’s keeper?” (Genesis 4:9). The Lord brought a curse on Cain, and he went out from His presence.
When Jesus Christ died upon the cross, He became the substitutionary atonement for our sins. He died in our place and arose from the grave that we might have everlasting life with Him. As Abel made his sacrifice by faith, we accept Jesus’ death by faith and are made right before Him. “This righteousness from God comes through faith in Jesus Christ to all who believe.” We “are justified freely by His grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus. God presented Him as a sacrifice of atonement, through faith in His blood” (Romans 3:22, 24). Source: Got Questions
The Altar of Cain
Jude 1:11 “Woe unto them! (Concerning apostasy and apostates, the Holy Spirit says to them, Woe!) for they have gone in the way of Cain (the type of a religious man who believes in God and religion, but after his own will, and who rejects Redemption by blood), and ran greedily after the error of Balaam for reward (the error of Balaam was that he was blind to the higher morality of the Cross, through which God maintains and enforces the authority and awful sanctions of His Law, so that He can be Just and the Justifier of the believing sinner; he loved the wages of unrighteousness in coveting the gifts of Balak [Num. 22:7, 17, 37; 24:11; II Pet. 2:15]), and perished in the gainsaying of Core (the gainsaying of this man was his rebellion against Aaron as God s appointed Priest; this was, in principle, a denial of the High Priesthood of Christ [Num., Chpt. 16]).”
INTRO TO JUDE
In the little New Testament Book of Jude, the author spends the majority of his time describing false teachers, both their attitudes and actions. He warns the Believers of the First Century Church to beware of those who meet the descriptions given as they will greatly affect their Faith in a negative way. It seems that Jude had intended on giving a discourse in regard to the wonder and benefits of true Salvation, but as he began to write, the Holy Spirit interrupted his train of thought and sent him down another Path. That new Path was one in which Jude would exhort Believers to “earnestly contend for the Faith.” He is greatly concerned for the welfare of the Saints and wants them to both recognize and remove themselves from any teachers who would fit his stated description.
RECOGNIZING THE WAY OF CAIN
What is the way of Cain? Literally the word “way” is “hodos” in the Greek and means “a road.” However, when it is applied to a person, as it is in this Text, it indicates a commitment to a certain direction, a way of life, a belief system, or an approach to relationship with God. Therefore, Cain s belief system, his approach to relationship with God is what is being discussed.
By searching out the Third and Fourth Chapters of Genesis, we find that God had specifically laid out the means by which man could stay in relationship with Him after the Fall. He promised that the “seed of the woman” (a Redeemer) would come (see Gen. 3:15) and resolve the dilemma created by the First Family s sin. Many scholars believe that at the same time God Himself instituted the idea of blood sacrifice when He clothed Adam and Eve with the skins of slain animals (indicating a blood sacrifice) in Genesis 3:21.
When Chapter 4 opens we find that a sacrificial system, with a specific routine had been given to Adam and Eve and that they had trained their sons, Cain and Able, to participate in the appropriate way in order to maintain a relationship with God. It is very obvious that a blood sacrifice (a Type of Christ s Atoning Work on the Cross) was what they were to participate in, but at a certain point in time, Cain decided that he was going to change the pattern of sacrifice given to a way that pleased him. He would offer to God that which he had produced from the ground. Being a farmer, or one that was “a tiller of the ground,” Cain decided to offer the bloodless sacrifice of the work of his hands. God refused to receive his offering, even as he refuses to accept any way other than the Cross as the means to Salvation or progressive growth. God cannot accept a bloodless sacrifice. Neither can He accept the tawdry work of man s devices as a means of Deliverance from a besetting sin or growth.
The Way of Both Salvation and Sanctification
The Church must remain true to God s Plan regarding both Redemption and growth. There is no other plan outlined in Scripture other than the Plan of Faith and Grace. Man places his Faith in the Finished Work of Christ and receives the Grace of God in order to qualify for the Holy Spirit s Work of Regeneration and inner Sanctification. There is no other way to be Saved. There is no other Biblical way to grow Spiritually. With our Faith properly placed in that which is pleasing to God, the Holy Spirit becomes the Supernatural Sanctifying Agent that equips the Believer to overcome sin and helps us to experience the necessary changes in our heart. No other way will work. No other way is acceptable to God. While most of the Protestant Church still believes (I pray that this is a true statement) in the Cross as the Way of Salvation, they have opted for the ways of man when it comes to the progressive Sanctification of the Believer. No amount of works, Biblical or not, can ever bring the Believer into true Spiritual Growth. If our Faith is not in the Cross as the means by which we are sanctified, we are traveling in the age-old error of Cain. We have rejected God s Plan and like Cain, we have come up with one of our own. As with Cain, God will reject our efforts, no matter how zealous and honest we may be in our attempt to do the right thing. Ours must be the obedience to the Faith which brings the produce of the Spirit. The end result of this way is Holiness and Righteousness. It brings the product of good works. It brings a life changed and the Gospel lived and proclaimed. Faith in any other way other than Faith in the Cross for either Salvation or progressive Sanctification is the way of Cain.
THE PROPER REACTION TO THE WAY OF CAIN
The only proper reaction to those who preach and promote the way of Cain is separation. The Believer must separate from every way or means of Salvation outside of Faith in the Cross. The Believer must separate from every device, pattern, scheme, or routine of man designed to bring about progressive growth, other than Faith in the Cross. A failure to do so will birth the heart of Cain into the heart of the Believer. And like Cain of old, you will find yourself attempting to kill or destroy Abel, whose Faith was in nothing but the blood sacrifice, a Type of the Cross. Source: This appears at the Ministry Domain also. Going the Way of Cain by Loren Larson July 2013
Galatians 3:10-13 “For as many as are of the works of the law are under the curse: for it is written, Cursed is every one that continueth not in all things which are written in the book of the law to do them.11 But that no man is justified by the law in the sight of God, it is evident: for, The just shall live by faith.12 And the law is not of faith: but, The man that doeth them shall live in them.13 Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us: for it is written, Cursed is every one that hangeth on a tree:”