AMEN: How Christianity is paralysed by one word

The enemy uses many tactics to disable the servants of God. Training & educating them through television in films and TV shows about the nature of God and the meaning of his words. Normalising immorality, drunkenness, indecency, and even ridiculing God. They promote so-called knowledge, such as evolution and the big bang, using billions of years to mask its incredulity. Disguised as educational bodies, institutions indoctrinating young minds and churning out God-hating drones to fill the capitalist workplace. Even more sinister, the enemy has worked tremendously to brand institutions synonymous with God—religion, duplicitously disparaging them while still heading and deceiving its members. Under examination is a seemingly simple but tremendously dangerous use of the word amen.

It was never going to be easy?

One of the most insidious strategies employed is to prevent the subjects from knowing that they are the target of an agenda. The word often used for this is deception, but I prefer to call it warfare. “Silent weapons in a quiet war” attacking those who want to know God and simultaneously those who do not. The relentless aim of the enemy is to draw everyone, by any means, away from God.

The list of attacks is countless; without the Son of God, they cannot be overcome. In fact, most of them cannot even be seen or understood; thus, how can you fight without knowing how you are being attacked? Today’s attack under the microscope is the incessant use of the word AMEN.

Amen: Repetition without substance

Deactivated through deception: Amen

Many within religion have taken for granted the purpose of these institutions. They have been told that they are the way to God, and anyone who desires God must be part of one of them. Whenever the trend shows that a set of people have lost interest, they pivot to corral those people back under their banner purposefully. The skewed doctrine doesn’t matter so long as the people remain asleep under the watchful eye of the headmasters.

The wolf leads the flock, controls the narrative and determines the path of its followers. Amen has been turned into an anthem. One that absolves the speaker of any substantive content but only to speak a mantra drummed into them by the wolves.

Amen, Praise the Lord!!!

Through repetition, Christianity and its preachers have programmed its followers to be content with entertainment-preaching, ignorance of the scriptures and the use of amen as a pacifier and filler for any sentence containing the word God. God’s word is divisive, but amen avoids division by binding the tongue with chains and stifling the spread of meaningful doctrine while holding society accountable.

Amen, or “so be it”, is spoken in all contexts without considering the word’s meaning. A get-out-of-jail-free card for every possible situation. The speaker does not believe in God but in religion’s doctrines and entertainment. To believe in God requires action, studying his word, living his word, and teaching the Gospel by adding quality rhetoric to edify the world with the knowledge of God.

Amen: The disabled mind

The minds of people are in shackles. Bound by the inertia imposed on them through cunning means. Many people will doubtlessly deny what is so obvious when walking with the Advocate. These people will cling to their position and their beliefs instead of searching, but in the vein of the Pharisees, they will seek to discredit these teachings instead of seeing and embracing the truth.

Amen has been so ingrained that the mouth speaks the word while hating Godly conversations. They are like trained puppets playing their role, claiming amen with their mouth but hating God in every other sense (Luke 6:46-49). Embracing God is embracing his philosophy in its entirety and teaching the Gospel to the whole world. Instead, they amen the world while it cruises towards death and hell.

Their minds and actions have been immobilised through a war waged silently. Their leaders are wolves, the false prophets Jesus spoke of (Matthew 24:4-5), yet their eyes and minds are blinded to the truth.

They cannot comprehend the deception.


But I will forewarn you whom ye shall fear: Fear him, which after he hath killed hath power to cast into hell; yea, I say unto you, Fear him.

Luke 12:5

But I will show you whom you should fear: Fear him who, after your body has been killed, has authority to throw you into hell. Yes, I tell you, fear him.

Luke 12:5

But I will warn you whom to fear: fear him who, after he has killed, has authority to cast into hell. Yes, I tell you, fear him!

Luke 12:5

But I’ll tell you whom to fear. Fear God, who has the power to kill you and then throw you into hell. Yes, he’s the one to fear.

Luke 12:5

There is only one who should be feared, and that is God. So many people will argue that God should not be feared, and that is the epitome of the personality type who refuses reality and cling to their comfortable fantasy life.


Snap out of a life dedicated to yourself, and live a worthy life by putting God at the forefront and accomplishing his will. Remove the shackles and activate yourself to live the life your mouth claims.

There is no waking out of slumber without the Holy Spirit. The multitude of deceptions twirling in their orbit is far beyond the escape of the individual mind. For financial gain, a neverending collage of minions daily enlisting in the secularisation of the world through propaganda.

How can you escape such a collective of devious minds?

The only escape is to enlist the Helper—the Son of God. He will open your eyes when you enlist his service through submission to his Father and joining the family (Matthew 12:46-50).

Jesus is the only way.

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