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Who Said That?

"Just a word of advice to certain people.

Maybe you don't want to accept Jesus Christ and would rather go the hard way [i.e., through the seven-year tribulation].  You'll have to find some means of surviving for seven years without depending on this corrupt society.  This society will be totally taken over by the Antichrist.  No one will be able to buy or sell except he has his mark.  If you take the mark, you are lost forever.

The best plan is probably to take off for the jungles of Mexico and learn how to live off the land.  Just do your best to survive down there.  I would suggest the remote areas of Oregon, but I don't know how you'd survive the winters."

You know the drill, leave your guess (please no cheating or google searches) in the comments section below. 

Can't wait to see editorial comments on this one!

Reader Comments (43)

Ha, Chuck Smith! I was attending Calvary Chapel Spring Valley, here in Las Vegas, from '93-'95 and he visited. He said something then, that stuck with me for all these years, and it compelled me to seek fellowship elsewhere; he said entering "this place" (the 'sanctuary') is entering "another dimension, this is like the fourth dimension". I thought this was the most absurd thing I'd heard from a pulpit, to that point; there was more of course. I was a new Christian. I have since come to learn a good bit more about what is taught in Calvary Chapels.
September 13, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterPatrick
@Patrick I grew up at CCSV... And yes, I've also come to see the error in what I was taught. That God that he is sovereign!
September 14, 2009 | Unregistered Commenteraaron1689
Oops -- *Thank* God that he is sovereign!
September 14, 2009 | Unregistered Commenteraaron1689

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