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Apostasy In God's City: Satan's Pentecost

Jerusalem, the city that God chose, the city in which the Son of God was crucified for mankind's sins, the same city in which God revealed to the world the only way of salvation through His Son (John 8:24, John 14:6, Acts 4:12) - has now witnessed the merging of the three Abrahamic religions in a blasphemous interfaith 'worship' festival called Mekudeshet:

JERUSALEM, Sept. 23 – An unprecedented experimental festival, which ended today, in Jerusalem, harnessed the Holy City’s timeless energy to inspire artists and other participants to transcend cultural and spiritual borders and unite in these troubling times.

Presented by The Jerusalem Season of Culture (JSOC), the Mekudeshet Festival, which ran from Sept. 4-23, and attracted more than 15,000 visitors, featured dozens of artists, actors, musicians, media figures and others from around the world. Mekudeshet, which is Hebrew for “holy” or “sanctified,” featured an eclectic array of events, including: docu-theatrical immersive city tours; a night of alternative realities called “Recalibrating”; the Mideast’s largest-ever singing circle with surprise guests; underground sounds and voices in Jerusalem’s forest; and people reading each other’s secret confessions aloud. A range of musicians hailing from England to Senegal mixed traditional and contemporary world music, and a famed ultra-Orthodox Jewish singer performed classical Arab music.

Mekudeshet hosted a gathering called “Amen – A House of Prayer for All Believers,” which successfully united Christians, Muslims and Jews under one roof for the week of Sept. 4-11 for prayer, sing study and debates.

“The power of Mekudeshet flows from the ancient depths of Jerusalem and returns back into the source,” Mekudeshet Artistic Director Itay Mautner. “With the help of a collective sound and different languages, we proved that Jerusalem is, and not just fleetingly, the home of a unified voice that is calling for tolerance, inclusivity, and collaboration. We will see if it is possible, despite all the corporeal difficulties and earthly obstacles, to create a new Jerusalem reality.

As close as we are to the coming of the LORD and the revealing of the man of lawlessness, was this event perhaps Satan's Pentecost and the beginning of an apostate one-world religious system?


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2 comments :

  1. Perhaps. Or maybe it was just a cultural event, and you've got your undies in an uproar unnecessarily. Yes. That must be it.

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  2. "...was this event perhaps Satan's Pentecost and the beginning of an apostate one-world religious system?"

    I suppose that remains to be seen, but whether this grows into a "thing" or not, it sure dovetails nicely with the Messiah fever that is gripping Israel, and the expanding effort on the part of certain Jewish religious leaders to effectively franchise the "messiah" to other groups. You know, like "The Messiah isn't just for us, he's for everybody! He's going to solve all the world's problems! Don't you *want* that? So, whaddya say you jump on the Messiah Express and help us usher him in!"

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