(Preface to Endtime Prophecy)
How long shall the Judeo-Christian world labor under misrepresentations of the truths of God and believers still remain oblivious? Have current religions produced the visions of God and angels the ancients experienced that we read of in holy writ? If not, shouldn’t their shepherds question whether the grass really is greener beyond the over-grazed pasture in which they are containing the sheep?
Don’t they hear the bleating of the sheep who see it even when they themselves don’t? And isn’t the sole quest by the world’s ecclesiastical leaders to maintain this status quo cutting off a lifeline to the divine for those who rely on them to lead them? Indeed, rather than set believers on the path that opens the heavens, they point to themselves as a source of salvation.
Even so, because the Word of God contains its own internal checks and balances, it promises surprises that even now can turn the tide of scriptural misappropriation toward doctrinal purity. At least for persons invested in the truth, the light still shines reassuringly through the gloom of confusion and uncertainty.
As truths and falsehoods—more than ever before—attain maturation at the end of the world, their increasing contrast sets in relief one against the other. And as one truth is but the precursor of a greater truth, so the light continues to brighten even as a deepening darkness descends upon the world. In the end, while souls who loathe the light merge ever more with the darkness, those who love the light assume the identity of the light itself.