Posted by: Yvonne | January 15, 2009

Looking for a miracle?



Who said this?  —“Men must share or die?” 

Paul, the Apostle?
John Smith, of Jamestown?
Barack Obama, wealth distributor?


Here’s another one:  “…without sharing and justice, my brothers and sisters, man will know no peace…”

Martin Luther King, Jr.?

Wrong again!

Ok…I’ll tell you.  His name is Maitreya and he is known as the World Teacher. 

 Awaited by all faiths under different names, Maitreya is the Christ to Christians, the Imam Mahdi to Muslims, Krishna to Hindus, the Messiah to Jews, and Maitreya Buddha to Buddhists. He is the World Teacher for all, religious or not, an educator in the broadest sense.   Source

                                                                                                                                                                                  …news to me!

Mike Oppenheimer, at Let Us Reason Ministry, has some more information about this New Age Messiah and his fellow ‘Masters of Wisdom’.  You can read them here and here

Today’s culture is ripe for deception.  With religions that are man-centered, the economy in poor shape, and a progressive President promising hope and change, lemmings will listen and follow even if it’s over the proverbial cliff.  People are looking for miracles; many are expecting miracles.  Maitreya and his friends will be happy to oblige! 

Look now for the biggest miracle of all. In the very near future a large, bright star will appear in the sky visible to all throughout the world — night and day.   (same source as above)

Change is not easy to implement on the smallest scale.   Religion and governments resist change even more.  Sometimes it takes a miracle for change to take place!    When a miracle is not available, however, a catastrophic event can be used to manipulate and pry open the door of opportunity for major shifts in policy and close the eyes of the most discerning people. 

Keep your eyes focused on the Rock of Truth and His Holy Scripture; He never changes!









  1. When Jesus came 2000 years ago, the religious of the day did not recognize Him as the one they awaited, so they executed Him. Beware that you do not lead good Christians into that unhappy group. Judge by their “fruits”.

    God Bless…

  2. Welcome, Liz! Thanks for stopping by.

    I am a little unclear by your comment, “Beware that you do not lead good Christians into that unhappy group.” Do you mean the Jews? Remember, Jesus’ death was all part of God’s plan from the beginning!

    You are absolutely correct in saying we should judge teachers by their fruits! At the same time, though, we must use God’s Word as our standard for judgment. Otherwise, we might fall prey to the false teachers and their lies.

    May the Lord grant us discernment!


  3. Hi Yvonne,

    The Jews must decide for themselves what and whom they believe. As for Jesus’ death being part of God’s plan, I disagree. Why do you say that? I, for example, don’t believe that Jesus’ saying “the poor will always be with you” means that we should just accept that we really cannot change the plight of the poor. I don’t think that God intends for there to be rich and poor…I think Jesus understood the attitudes of the people of His day. Jesus died because He was not recognized (“Father, forgive them for they know not what they do.”). All I’m saying is that there is apparently a great Teacher who, along with Jesus, is again in the world. We should listen to His teaching and judge that as the “fruits”. Is He teaching death and destruction? No. Is He teaching hatred and fear? No. He teaches Love, Brotherhood, justice and sharing. Are these good fruits or not? Jesus is also apparently back. Will Christians again fail to recognize Him?

    God bless…

  4. Liz,

    Sounds like you are at a crossroads as to what you believe and who you will believe. Scripture is about absolutes — it is not inclusive nor politically correct. Jesus said about himself,

    “I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me. If you had known Me, you would have known My Father also;” (John 14:6)

    The Sovereign God {revealed in God-breathed Scripture, eternally existing in Three Persons — Father, Son, and Holy Spirit} will not share His throne with any other ‘teacher’.

    Perhaps a look at John 15 is helpful.

    Jesus says “I am the true Vine . . . Abide in Me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself unless it abides in the vine, so neither can you unless you abide in Me. I am the vine, you are the branches; he who abides in Me and I in him, he bears much fruit, for apart from Me you can do nothing. If anyone does not abide in Me he is thrown away as a branch and dries up; and they gather them, and cast them into the fire and they are burned.”

    ‘Humans’ do not ‘judge’ the ‘fruit’ of a ‘teacher’ — God’s Word ‘judges’ their fruit. And God’s Word gives us the guidelines. God’s Word provides the inspection sheet.

    There is only one Teacher who measures up to the requirements and who has the God ordained credentials and it is Jesus Christ. Scripture makes that statement true not me.

    Liz, whether you agree or disagree has eternal consequences for your life — but it does not negate the Truth as revealed by Christ.

    May God be merciful on your life, judy


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