Modern day idolatry



“Are not my people today like those of old who turned from their God to idols? Are they not like Aaron who made a golden calf for the people because their hearts were set to do that which they desired?

I say, my people in this day have also made themselves idols of gold and silver, even that which is the fruit of their desire.

My people have sought out those like Aaron who have listened to their desires rather than hear my voice. For Aaron represents the religious leaders of today who have made idols for my people to worship. They have gone after that which satisfies the lust of the eye and the pride of life. They have erected that which is pleasing to fleshly pride in that they have made to themselves vast systems and organizations which exalt the pride of man and give glory to the works of man’s hands.

Therefore my indignation has come up in my face and I am about to bring judgment on the idol­atrous systems of man. For Aaron has submitted to the desires of the people and has led them astray. Even so shall I cause Aaron and all his idols to cease. For the day of my judgment is near.

Was not Aaron among those called to my holy mount to behold my glory? And were not Nadab and Abihu his sons present also? And did they not behold my glory with Moses and the seventy elders? (Exodus 24:9-11).

Even so does this picture that which I brought about at the beginning of this age when I poured out my Spirit. I caused my chosen ones to be­hold me, to enter into the glories of my presence and power, and to eat of the good things of my Word and my covenant. But then the desires of the flesh began to creep in, and the aspirations and pride of life began to ferment, and shortly there began a decline in the spiritual peak to which I had brought those who were the recipients of my covenant at Pentecost.

After a period of time idolatry began to take root in the hearts of the people, and they clamored for that which was more tangible. Likewise men who aspired to be something in the eyes of the people began to come to the fore.

The result was a gradual turning away from the pure word and doctrine of the apostles and the forming of the creeds and doctrines of men. Following this came the actual fulfillment of the apostasy of Aaron and the idolatrous system of the Church-State combina­tion was formed. This is that golden calf which was made by the priesthood to keep the people in bondage to the spirit of Egypt and away from the truth.

But the time came for judgment. Down from the mount came my servant Moses. His very absence accounted for the lapse of the people. For they said, “We know not what has become of him.” (Ex. 32:1).

Even so does this portray the time when Jesus was taken into the heavenly mountain to remain with the Father. It was after his ascension that the people lapsed into idolatry. It was during His absence that the forces of evil took over. But true to the pattern the Lord shall return to judge His people. He is even now coming in Spirit to bring recompense to His adversaries and to call a people to Himself.

Even now is He raising up those who will wield the sword of judgment to bring division in the camp. For without the ferment of division that which I purpose cannot be accom­plished. Therefore into the religious camps will I send those prepared to wield my sword of judgment.

As Aaron pictures the religious idolatry of this day, so have I patterned my Word to portray that which shall take place following. Gathered to me shall be those typified by the Levites who stood with Moses at the gate of the camp. (Ex. 32:26).

The Levites in this instance portray my end-time Body which shall separate from the idolatry of the people and stand with me in this last day. And I will use them mightily says the Lord.”

(end of prophecy)


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