AI Technology and the Push for a One-World Religion

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AI Technology and the Push for a One-World Religion
AI Technology and the Push for a One-World Religion will provide you with a glimpse of how AI technology may be used in the last days to promote a one-world religion.

AI Technology and the Push for a One-World Religion

On April 21, 2023, I had an incredibly anointed dream about the spirit of revival working through me and others in a glorious manner. The dream was highly anointed. This revival affected more than one region of the city. The city is not specified but could be my local city of Ottawa, Canada. I remember going to and fro in different parts of this city. And God’s anointing was present in these different parts.

There was a man who is also shown. This man reminds me of Bob Birch, whom I heard speak once in 1991. He said no words (and no words were spoken by anyone else in the entire dream, either). Why he was in the dream may relate to the organization Watchmen for the Nations which he founded. Otherwise, it may simply relate to the values Bob espoused. You can read about some of Bob’s values at

People were standing in this dream. And there were certainly more than a few. I may have seen 100 or more people. I basically saw a snapshot, and it was close up, so I could not really count them or get an accurate picture. How many ever I saw, this probably represents a sizable group standing as one united group. For we were all together, and not spread out, and I was among them. This seems to be symbolic of standing together in a spirit of unity. And I will say this is very much consistent with the spirit of the dream.

How might this tie in with Bob Birch? Well, Bob Birch had a passion and longing to see unity in the church. On the Watchmen for the Nations website, it says, “Bob longed that Jesus’ prayer for unity would be fulfilled in the Church (John 17:20-23)”1.

What then is true biblical unity? It seems like there is more than one opinion on this, if you would speak to many of today’s Christians. For example, I would not want to be joined with a prostitute. For the Bible says,

Or don’t you know that he who is joined to a prostitute is one body? For, “The two”, he says, “will become one flesh.” (1 Corinthians 6:16)

Therefore, I think we can all agree that the Bible does not condone being joined together with a prostitute. More than this, the Bible explicitly condemns it.

True biblical unity, therefore, is not to be joined together with a prostitute, but to separate ourselves from said prostitute. For in another part of the Scriptures, we read,

Therefore “‘Come out from among them, and be separate,’ says the Lord. ‘Touch no unclean thing. I will receive you. I will be to you a Father. You will be to me sons and daughters,’ says the Lord Almighty.” (2 Corinthians 6:17-18)

So far, I don’t think any Christian is going to disagree with what I have said. For we all know that prostitution is wrong. It would be hypocritical to say, “I am holy, devoted, and loyal, to my wife,” and at the same time be joined together with a prostitute.

How is it then that so many believers in Jesus Christ are ready to throw out a sound interpretation of Scripture for the sake of being “united” with other believers? Does God approve of this? Certainly not. In God’s kingdom, unity without biblical accuracy is not true biblical unity at all. In Romans 16, for example, Paul writes,

“Now I beg you, brothers, look out for those who are causing the divisions and occasions of stumbling, contrary to the doctrine which you learned, and turn away from them.” (Romans 16:17)

So there is no way that God embraces a type of unity that puts the Bible on the chopping block of convenience or man-centered acceptance. In other words, God is not in favor of corrupting the word of God for any reason. People died for it. And there is a reason that the Bible is written. It is written so that we can refer to it, so that we might study it, so that we might do what it tells us we are to do — and that includes having sound theology.

The Minors and the Majors

I realize there are some areas where we may find it difficult to find complete agreement on certain doctrines. We call these secondary doctrines. They may include things like whether a woman should cover her hair or not. Some say yes and some say no. I respect both camps and see reasons why one might choose one interpretation over another. These are secondary doctrines that should not separate me from my brothers and sisters in Christ.

Now, let’s talk about a primary doctrine and arguably the most important doctrine of all: the atonement. In other words, how exactly is a person is saved? What did God do and what is our response supposed to be? If we get this doctrine wrong, we are really putting ourselves, our brothers and sisters in Christ, and even the whole world, in great peril. For to believe a different message leads to eternal condemnation. For the Scriptures explicitly say (read carefully):

“But even though we, or an angel from heaven, should preach to you any “good news” other than that which we preached to you, let him be cursed. As we have said before, so I now say again: if any man preaches to you any “good news” other than that which you received, let him be cursed.” (Galatians 1:8-9)

If anyone would deny the importance of this passage, or of the need to actually get this doctrine of eternal salvation correct, I would of necessity be forced to have to doubt that they themselves were even saved. There is simply no greater doctrine than the doctrine of the atonement and eternal salvation. Paul is explicitly addressing this in the above passage. For if I am trusting in anything else besides that which God did in order to save me, I will not be saved.

From the above passages (Galatians 1:8-9, Romans 16:17, and 2 Corinthians 6:17-18) and many more besides, we can see that the Bible certainly does not teach “unity at all costs.” Furthermore, we are warned in Scripture of “seducing spirits and doctrines of demons” (see 1 Timothy 4:1). Not many verses after that, we are told to:

“Pay attention to yourself and to your teaching. Continue in these things, for in doing this you will save both yourself and those who hear you.” (1 Timothy 4:16)

Thus, biblical teaching (that is, “doctrine”) is important. For those who may not be aware, there is a teaching within Roman Catholicism called the doctrine of Purgatory. Official teaching of the Roman Catholic church states,

“The Catechism of the Catholic Church defines purgatory as a “purification, so as to achieve the holiness necessary to enter the joy of heaven,” which is experienced by those “who die in God’s grace and friendship, but still imperfectly purified”.”2

I hope you have read that carefully, because there is a glaring error in that statement. For it speaks of the purification which Christ brings as being imperfect. A thorough reading of the Scriptures, however, tells us that Christ’s sacrifice on the cross was anything but imperfect!

In Hebrews 1:3, for example, we read that Jesus “purified us of our sins.” The statement is unequivocal. He did not imperfectly purify us. He purified us completely. There is no sense or even a hint of imperfect purification in this passage. To do so is to “read into” Scripture that which is not there at all. Rather, if you actually study the Scriptures, you are forced to come to the conclusion that the purification which Christ offers us is 100% and nothing less. We will now look at other passages that support this.

When John the Baptist saw Jesus, he said,

“Behold, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!” (See John 1:29)

He did not say that Jesus takes away the sin of the world imperfectly. That is completely contrary to the meaning of the passage. He did not say, “Jesus took it away, and you still need to do something in order to take it away, as well.” No, on the contrary. He said Jesus takes away the sin of the world. That means that for anyone trusting in Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior, he takes it fully away. There is no equivocation in this passage.

Another passage which could be cited (and there are many) would be where Jesus said “the Son of Man has authority on earth to forgive sins” (see Mark 2:10). Thus, Jesus forgave the sins of the man who had been a paralytic (whom he also healed). This is a big issue, because he did not partially forgive him, he completely forgave him. Christ’s sacrifice for sins was still future at that time. Nevertheless, the Lord could forgive this man’s sins, as he had forgiven other repentant persons in the past, on account of his forbearance, even as we read.

“For there is no distinction, for all have sinned, and fall short of the glory of God; being justified freely by his grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus; whom God sent to be an atoning sacrifice, through faith in his blood, for a demonstration of his righteousness through the passing over of prior sins, in God’s forbearance; to demonstrate his righteousness at this present time; that he might himself be just, and the justifier of him who has faith in Jesus.” (See Romans 3:22-26)

This passage tells us that in God’s forbearance he was able to pass over prior sins (that is, because Jesus had not yet paid for them on the cross). At the same time, it tells us that God is “the justifier of him who has faith in Jesus” (see Romans 3:26).

This is a big deal.

God will justify you (not partially justify you) on the basis of the atoning sacrifice of Jesus if you have faith in him. It is that simple. There is no sense of adding to this work in any way, shape, or form. The debt was paid in full. And hence, that is why, in John 19:30, Jesus said, “It is finished,” meaning the debt for sins was paid in full.

Again, that is why the veil of the temple was torn in two (by God) at that very time (see Matthew 27:51). This was God’s declaration that the sin of mankind had been paid, not in part, but in full.

There is only one condition God attaches to being able to receive this full payment for sins, and that is faith. Now I might also add faith and repentance because they are both part of having true biblical faith. So we repent from wickedness, and we repent unto faith in Jesus Christ.

The issue of faith was mentioned already in Romans 3:26, quoted above, where it says that God is “the justifier of him who has faith in Jesus.” The essential aspect of faith is repeated dozens of times in the Scripture. For example,

“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” (John 3:16)

In another classic passage, we read:

“But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name” (John 1:12)

In another passage, Jesus said,

“Most certainly I tell you, he who hears my word and believes him who sent me has eternal life, and does not come into judgment, but has passed out of death into life.” (John 5:24)

As well, in another very clear passage, we read,

Jesus answered them, “This is the work of God, that you believe in him whom he has sent.” (John 6:29)

The question may then arise, “Is anything else required for a person to be saved?” The answer is no. And, of course, I’ve already stated that repentance is part of this package. So when we state “faith,” we’re talking repentance and faith. And repentance is a change of heart, an inward change of heart. The Bible says,

“for by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works, that no one would boast.” (Ephesians 2:8-9)

I say all this simply to tell you that the doctrine being espoused by the Roman Catholic teaching on Purgatory is not biblical. This teaching says that Jesus “imperfectly purified”3 us, but it is simply not found in Scripture. As such, it diminishes the work that Jesus performed on the cross. The Bible says:

“For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God.” (1 Corinthians 1:18)

How then is a person saved? A person is saved by believing in what Jesus did on the cross. You are not saved in any other way. You are not saved by what Jesus did on the cross plus by adding some other work such as suffering in Purgatory. In fact, the entire concept of Purgatory does not even exist in the Bible. It is merely allegorized by some on the basis of an erroneous teaching surrounding 1 Corinthians 13:15,

“If any man’s work is burned, he will suffer loss, but he himself will be saved, but as through fire.” (1 Corinthians 13:15)

This passage is in no way talking about Purgatory. Instead, it is talking about the grace of God by which we are saved, even if some of our works are found to be at fault. That is, the salvation granted believers is not on the basis of our works. It is on the basis of God’s grace. This passage is simply an emphasis of that.

We will certainly be rewarded for our works. But those rewards do not constitute salvation. I will, however, say that faith is demonstrated by our works. And James also makes this very clear.

To then “spin” 1 Corinthians 13:15 and say it is referring to Purgatory is not supported by Scripture. Reading into Scripture in this manner produces many false doctrines. But when you examine the entirety of Scripture, you simply cannot come up with this interpretation.

If you are unsure of these things, and still cannot make sense of which teaching is right or wrong, then I think that is evidence that you need to become more serious-minded in the word of God yourself.

The Bible tells us that there was a certain group of believers (the Bereans) who were more “noble-minded” than others, who examined the Scriptures daily to see whether or not the things that were being taught by the apostle Paul were so (see Acts 17:11). We are all responsible to verify the Scriptures in this regard.

Several years ago, the Lord spoke to me about false unity in the church in a dream. I wrote about this in a short article which I have entitled, The Man in the Sky. This article concerns the return of Christ, the lack of genuine, godly, intercession being made on behalf of those who are currently without eternal hope, and the dead end that is found by pursuing a false unity with those who do not preach the true gospel.

The Image that Speaks

Meanwhile, the mark of the beast is right on the horizon. And in perfect synchronicity with this will be the image that speaks, which accompanies it. For we read,

“And he (that is, the false prophet of the book of Revelation) had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed.” (Revelation 13:15)

Could AI technology be used to control or manipulate this image that speaks? I think we would be remiss if we did not think that AI technology was going to be used to somehow manipulate this image, and make it more life-like. Imagine being able to speak to an image, and the image speaks back to you something that is quite relevant to your own life. Well, AI technology can do that.

Especially with the advent of 5G and even 6G technologies which are planned, and even 7G, still years away, we either have, or will have, all the technology necessary to make this happen on a global level. AI can also deceive you and lead you astray with false information. This is also very much at the forefront of the news.

Even news outlets are promoting AI technology, and giving justification for its continued development, so that the west does not lag behind China. But in reality, “all this” (and much more) is pushing us quickly forward to the mark of the beast and the worship of the false image mentioned in Revelation 13:15.

A notable element of this dream that I had is that there was no sense of disunity among believers. I can think of few things as dramatic and as amazing as being in a godly environment that promotes true biblical unity. The Bible tells us that God commands his favor in such a situation. The blessing God gives is everlasting life (see Psalm 133:3), and so we can expect that when this dream comes to pass (and I believe it will), that this will be a great time of evangelism, as well, which is all about being used of God to bring people into the kingdom of God.

In short, God wants true biblical unity (see John 17:20-23). This unity, however, must not come at the expense of any doctrine (see Romans 16:17, 1 Timothy 4:16). There is a great push in our day to promote a false unity which does not come from God. This false unity will be used by the false prophet of Revelation 13:11 to usher in a false one-world religion, which instead of protecting people from receiving the damnable mark of the beast, will actually be in charge of promoting it and having people killed who do not worship the beast or his image (see Revelation 13:15). Therefore, in light of all of these things, let us take heed, even as Jesus said.

“Take heed that no man deceive you. For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many.” (See Matthew 24:4-5)

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