Archive for April, 2015

The Pope declares himself as ANTI-CHRIST through Papal Bull – The Mark of the Beast is soon upon us!

Pope jubilee

“The Holy Year will open on 8 December 2015 … a Door of Mercy will be opened for the duration of the Holy Year … I will open the Holy Door on the fiftieth anniversary of the closing of the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council … Jesus speaks several times of the importance of faith over and above the observance of the law.” (source)

Don’t be surprised to see some ‘signs and wonders’ attached to this event to deceive the world!

Did you notice what pope Francis said? He said HE will open the door of mercy. Oh what blasphemy for any sinful, mortal human to say that he will do that which ONLY GOD can do. This is antichrist friends! Jesus said in Revelation 3:8 that it was HE that opened a door for us, which no man can shut. In 1844, Jesus CLOSED the door to the holy place and OPENED the door to the most holy place in heaven. Jesus has given us DIRECT access to the throne of God and the mercy of God. See the 2300 day prophecy.

But the pope is the man of sin who puts himself IN PLACE OF Christ on earth!

Also, notice the pope saying that we are to practice ‘faith over the observance of the law‘. Oh friends, this is to prepare the minds of the people to accept the mark of the beast! Does the pope not know that TRUE faith is an OBEDIENT faith? Jesus said … “If you love Me, KEEP MY COMMANDMENTS.” (John 14:15).

Oh friends, Satan is bringing about the FINAL deception! The pope said he only has a short time left, maybe two years. Two years to finish bringing UNITY to all churches, ready for the enforcement of the mark of the beast! Please BE READY and submit your life to Jesus Christ today!

(CNN)These are fearful times on the highest mountain in the world.

Updated 2:03 PM ET, Sun April 26, 2015

The devastating earthquake that hit Nepal on Saturday set off avalanches that left large numbers of climbers dead, missing, injured or trapped on Mount Everest.

And aftershocks, including a strong one Sunday, are continuing to send snow and rocks thundering down the mountainside, complicating rescue efforts.

“We were sitting here in base camp, feeling the situation was getting better,” said climber Carsten Pederson.

“And then suddenly, we felt the aftershock,” he told CNN on Sunday. “And immediately after the shock, we hear avalanches from all the mountains around us.”

But those avalanches didn’t appear to be on the same scale as those that came roaring down on the camp Saturday.

The base camp on the Nepal side of Everest is in a vulnerable spot, sitting in a valley surrounded by high Himalayan peaks. When the huge, lengthy quake struck Saturday, the scores of climbers who had gathered there to prepare for or recover from ascents of the peak had nowhere to run.

“An earthquake that long set off avalanches all the way around us. And they came down — they were large, they were massive avalanches,” said Jon Reiter, an American mountaineer at the base camp.

‘Blown off the mountain’

People tried to flee as the onrushing wall of snow, ice and rocks took out large sections of the camp.

“They were trying to outrun the avalanche and you cannot,” said Pederson. “So many people were hit from behind, blown off the mountain, blown into rocks, hit by debris, tents were flying off.”

He said he took shelter behind a large pile of stones.

“I could hardly breathe, but I could stay until the avalanche was over,” he told CNN.

A huge cloud of snow dust billowed hundreds of feet into the sky.

“We all ducked for cover until the cloud passed and then started dealing with the aftermath,” Reiter said.

That included at least 17 people killed, dozens injured and many others missing, he said. They are one part of the enormous human toll in Nepal and beyond from the catastrophic quake.

Airlifts of injured begin

The many unhurt people at the camp scrambled to help the injured, digging them out of the snow and turning dining tents into makeshift field hospitals. Snow that continued to fall made it hard for them to see, hampering their efforts.

Climbers worked in shifts through the night, nursing the injured as they waited for the weather conditions to improve to allow helicopters in.

“A lot of them are in pretty tough shape,” Reiter said of the injured.

The airlifts of those with the most severe injuries began Sunday morning after the weather cleared.

“The sun is breaking through the clouds, and the choppers are coming in,” Reiter said. “We’re pretty grateful. We’re going to get these guys down the hill.”

Pederson said that most of the injured people at the base camp had been airlifted out by Sunday afternoon.

Climbers stuck farther up mountain

But concerns were growing for the groups of climbers stuck farther up the 29,035-foot (8,848-meter) mountain in Camps 1 and 2.

The avalanche was reported to have trapped them above the icefall area, an already treacherous part of the mountain that separates the base camp from Camp 1.

“They’ll have to put a new route in from base camp up through that icefall,” said Jim Whittaker, the first American to reach the summit of Mount Everest.

The climbers “will have to cool it for a couple days, wait until the route is re-established,” he told CNN.

But the frequent aftershocks were making that task more difficult.

Alex Gavan, a mountaineer at the base camp, said Sunday on Twitter that ropes and other gear were being helicoptered to the people trapped above the icefall.

A few of the climbers were taken down by helicopter, but more than 100 were believed to still be up there, he wrote.

“Practically, it’s impossible to get them off with helicopters,” Pederson said. “There are so many people up there.”

Google executive killed

Amid the struggle to save the living, details started to emerge about some of the dead.

Among them was Dan Fredinburg, an American executive at Google who had been posting updates about his adventures in Nepal on Instagram and Twitter.

His sister, Megan, updated the Instagram account with a message saying he suffered a major head injury.

“We appreciate all of the love that has been sent our way thus far and know his soul and his spirit will live on in so many of us,” she wrote. “All our love and thanks to those who shared this life with our favorite hilarious strong willed man. He was and is everything to us.”

Eve Girawong, a medic from New Jersey who worked on the mountain, was also killed, according to her family and employer.

“On behalf of my family, it is with deep sadness that I write that our beloved daughter, younger sister and best friend has been taken from us today,” a family member wrote on Facebook. “Nong Eve Girawong was doing the thing she loved doing most — helping others. Words cannot describe the heartbreak and pain that we are currently suffering.”

People at the base camp described a grim, chaotic situation after the avalanches Saturday.

“It’s a pretty rough scene up here,” Reiter said.

He told CNN that he’d put one dead man inside a sleeping bag and zipped it up.

Many of those who suffered the worst injuries were asked to write down their names to identify them in case they died, Reiter said.

The exact number of dead remained unclear. Reiter reported 17; Nima Namgyal, a doctor with an expedition at the base camp told CNN that he had seen 14 bodies so far.

But an unknown number of people are still missing, buried beneath the snow and ice.

‘Always a risk of death’

The earthquake struck just over a year after an avalanche on Everest killed 16 Sherpas, the deadliest single disaster on the mountain up to that point.

The Sherpas, an ethnic group, are famed for their climbing skills and often work as mountain guides.

“This is our job,” said Pasang Sherpa, who lost people close to him in the 2014 avalanche. “So there is always a risk of death.”

Reiter was also there last year when that avalanche came crashing down the icefall. He described to CNN at the time the harrowing experience of seeing bodies being removed.

The American climber has scaled all of the “Seven Summits,” the highest mountain on each of the seven continents, except Everest. This is his third straight year trying to scale the tallest peak of them all. He turned back in 2013 “because it didn’t feel right,” according to his wife, Susan.

Will Reiter try again after witnessing another disaster on the mountain?

“You would think that he wouldn’t because of this and because of last year,” Susan Reiter said from her Northern California home. “But knowing my husband I think he will. I hope not, but I don’t want to hold him back.”

We must pray for the victims who lost love ones in this terrible earthquake all these warning are alarms to let us know that Jesus is soon to come God’s word says their is no peace the only peace we must have is Christ. “And great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and famines, and pestilences.” Luke 21:11.
Earthquakes, tornadoes, floods, etc. are increasing at an unprecedented rate. One-third of the people of the world are hungry, and thousands die daily of starvation. All these things are further proof that we live in earth’s last hours.

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Was the Sabbath changed from the seventh day of the week to the first day? Well, yes and no. Let’s deal with the “no” first.

God, “with whom there is no variation or shadow of turning” (James 1:17), does not change (Malachi 3:6). The Israelites received two laws from Moses: the law of Moses, that of ordinances and ceremonies; and the Law of God, embodied in the Ten Commandments, which is an expression of God’s character. If God does not change, neither will His Law. “My covenant I will not break, nor alter the word that has gone out of My lips” (Psalm 89:34). “I know that everything God does will endure forever; nothing can be added to it and nothing taken from it” (Ecclesiastes 3:14). “The works of his hands are faithful and just; all his precepts are trustworthy. They are steadfast for ever and ever, done in faithfulness and uprightness” (Psalm 111:78).

God gave His Law to the Israelites at Mt. Sinai. Amid thunder and lightning, a thick cloud covered the mountain, and a trumpet blasted. Smoke billowed up as from a furnace and the whole mountain shook as the trumpet grew louder and louder. Moses led the Israelites out of their camp to meet with God, and every one of them trembled. Then God spoke (Exodus 19:16-1920:1). If this Law were to be changed, it would be reasonable to expect God Himself to announce it, and give reasons for its alteration, amid the same amount of ceremony. Yet there is no indication in Scripture of such an announcement.

What About the New Testament?

In the New Testament, the seventh day of the week is called the Sabbath; it is mentioned 58 times. The first day of the week is mentioned eight times. It is simply called the first day of the week, and it is always differentiated from the Sabbath. This in itself is evidence for the continued validity of the seventh-day Sabbath.

The gospel writers record Jesus and the apostles going to the synagogue on Sabbath as their “custom” (Luke 4:16). Jesus said, “I have kept My Father’s commandments” (John 15:10). The women who went to anoint His body after his death “rested on the Sabbath according to the commandment” (Luke 23:56). Nearly all of the incidents reported of the apostles’ preaching occurred on the seventh-day Sabbath. Of all the accusations the Jews made against the apostles, never once did they accuse the apostles of breaking the Sabbath.

Some teach that after Christ’s death and resurrection, the Old Testament law was done away with and a new covenant took its place. But Jesus Himself said, “Do not think that I came to destroy the Law or the Prophets. I did not come to destroy but to fulfill. For assuredly, I say to you, till heaven and earth pass away, one jot or one tittle will by no means pass from the law till all is fulfilled” (Matthew 5:1718). The law of Moses, which foreshadowed Christ’s sacrifice, was indeed made irrelevant, but Paul maintains that the Law of God is to be kept, though we now be under grace. “Do we then make void the law through faith? God forbid; yea, we establish the law” (Romans 3:31).

How It Happened…

Yet for nearly 2,000 years now, millions of Christians have worshiped on Sunday. So was the Sabbath changed from the seventh to the first day of the week? Let’s look at the “yes” now.

“The Son of Man is Lord also of the Sabbath” (Luke 6:5). Here Jesus staked His claim and forbade anyone to meddle with the Sabbath. Yet He knew there would be those who would claim the power to change God’s Law. Through Daniel he warned of just such a man. Describing a “little horn power” (Daniel 7:8), Daniel says, “He will speak against the Most High and oppress his saints and try to change the set times and the laws” (Daniel 7:25). Paul made a similar prediction: “Don’t let anyone deceive you in any way, for that day will not come until the rebellion occurs and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the man doomed to destruction. He will oppose and will exalt himself over everything that is called God, or is worshiped, so that he sets himself up in God’s temple, proclaiming himself to be God” (2 Thessalonians 2:3


Paul warned that this blasphemy was already at work, and that it would come not from an outside influence, but from within the church (2 Thessalonians 2:7Acts 20:28-30). Sure enough, not long after Paul’s day, apostasy appeared in the church.

About 100 years before Christianity, Egyptian Mithraists introduced the festival of Sunday, dedicated to worshiping the sun, into the Roman Empire. Later, as Christianity grew, church leaders wished to increase the numbers of the church. In order to make the gospel more attractive to non-Christians, pagan customs were incorporated into the church’s ceremonies. The custom of Sunday worship was welcomed by Christians who desired to differentiate themselves from the Jews, whom they hated because of the Jews’ rejection of the Savior. The first day of the week began to be recognized as both a religious and civil holiday. By the end of the second century, Christians considered it sinful to work on Sunday.

The Roman emperor Constantine, a former sun-worshiper, professed conversion to Christianity, though his subsequent actions suggest the “conversion” was more of a political move than a genuine heart change. Constantine named himself Bishop of the Catholic Church and enacted the first civil law regarding Sunday observance in A.D. 321.

on the venerable day of the sun let the magistrate and people residing in cities rest, and let all workshops be closed. in the country however, persons engaged in agricultural work may freely and lawfully continue their pursuits; because it often happens that another day is not so suitable for grain growing or for vine planting; lest by neglecting the proper moment for such operations the bounty of heaven should be lost. —schaff’s history of the christian church, vol. iii, chap. 75.

Note that Constantine’s law did not even mention Sabbath but referred to the mandated rest day as a “the venerable day of the sun.” And how kind he was to allow people to observe it as it was convenient. Contrast this with God’s command to observe the Sabbath “even during the plowing season and harvest” (Exodus 34:21)! Perhaps the church leaders noticed this laxity as well, for just four years later, in A.D. 325, Pope Sylvester officially named Sunday “the Lord’s Day,” and in A.D. 338, Eusebius, the court bishop of Constantine, wrote, “All things whatsoever that it was the duty to do on the Sabbath (the seventh day of the week) we (Constantine, Eusebius, and other bishops) have transferred to the Lord’s Day (the first day of the week) as more appropriately belonging to it.”

Instead of the humble lives of persecution and self-sacrifice led by the apostles, church leaders now exalted themselves to the place of God. “This is the spirit of the antichrist, which you have heard is coming and even now is already in the world” (1 John 4:3).

The Catechism

Recall the ceremony with which God made known His Law, containing the blessing of the seventh-day Sabbath, by which all humanity is to be judged. Contrast this with the unannounced, unnoticed anticlimax with which the church gradually adopted Sunday at the command of “Christian” emperors and Roman bishops. And these freely admit that they made the change from Sabbath to Sunday.

In the Convert’s Catechism of Catholic Doctrine, we read:

q. which is the sabbath day?
a. saturday is the sabbath day.
q. why do we observe sunday instead of saturday?
a. we observe sunday instead of saturday because the catholic church, in the council of laodicea, (ad 336) transferred the solemnity from saturday to sunday….
q. why did the catholic church substitute sunday for saturday?
a. the church substituted sunday for saturday, because christ rose from the dead on a sunday, and the holy ghost descended upon the apostles on a sunday.
q. by what authority did the church substitute sunday for saturday?
a. the church substituted sunday for saturday by the plenitude of that divine power which jesus christ bestowed upon her!
—rev. peter geiermann,, (1946), p. 50.

In Catholic Christian Instructed,

q. has the [catholic] church power to make any alterations in the commandments of god?
a. …instead of the seventh day, and other festivals appointed by the old law, the church has prescribed the sundays and holy days to be set apart for god’s worship; and these we are now obliged to keep in consequence of god’s commandment, instead of the ancient sabbath.
—the catholic christian instructed in the sacraments, sacrifices, ceremonies, and observances of the church by way of question and answer, rt rev. dr. challoner, p. 204.

In An Abridgment of the Christian Doctrine, 

q. how prove you that the church hath power to command feasts and holy days?
a. by the very act of changing the sabbath into sunday, which protestants allow of; and therefore they fondly contradict themselves, by keeping sunday strictly, and breaking most other feasts commanded by the same church.
q. how prove you that?
a. because by keeping sunday, they acknowledge the church’s power to ordain feasts, and to command them under sin; and by not keeping the rest [of the feasts] by her commanded, they again deny, in fact, the same power.
–rev. henry tuberville, d.d. (r.c.), (1833), page 58.

In A Doctrinal Catechism,

q. have you any other way of proving that the church has power to institute festivals of precept?
a. had she not such power, she could not have done that in which all modern religionists agree with her. she could not have substituted the observance of sunday the first day of the week, for the observance of saturday the seventh day, a change for which there is no scriptural authority.
–rev. stephen keenan, (1851), p. 174.

In the Catechism of the Council of Trent,

the church of god has thought it well to transfer the celebration and observance of the sabbath to sunday!
–p 402, second revised edition (english), 1937.  (first published in 1566)

In the Augsburg Confession,

they [the catholics] allege the sabbath changed into sunday, the lord’s day, contrary to the decalogue, as it appears; neither is there any example more boasted of than the changing of the sabbath day. great, they say, is the power and authority of the church, since it dispensed with one of the ten commandments.
—art. 28.

God warned that a blasphemous power would “seek to change times and laws,” and the Catholic Church openly admits doing it, even boasts about it. In a sermon at the Council of Trent in 1562, the Archbishop of Reggia, Caspar del Fossa, claimed that the Catholic Church’s whole authority is based upon the fact that they changed the Sabbath to Sunday. Does this not fulfill the prophecies of Daniel and Paul?

“for centuries millions of christians have gathered to worship god on the first day of the week. graciously he has accepted this worship. he has poured out his blessings upon christian people as they have sought to serve him. however, as one searches the scriptures, he is forced to recognize that sunday is not a day of god’s appointment… it has no foundation in scripture, but has arisen entirely as a result of custom,” says frank h. yost, ph.d. in the early christian sabbath.

Let us ask the question again: Was the Sabbath changed from the seventh day of the week to the first? The Bible is clear: “And God blessed the seventh day and made it holy” (Genesis 2:3).  “Therefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath day and made it holy” (Exodus 20:11). If God intended for another day to become the Sabbath, He must have removed the blessing from the seventh day and placed it on the day which was to replace it. But when God bestows a blessing, it is forever. “…You, O Lord, have blessed it, and it will be blessed forever” (1 Chronicles 17:27). “I have received a command to bless; He has blessed, and I cannot change it” (Numbers 23:20). Your birthday, a memorial of your birth, can’t be changed, though you may celebrate it on a different day. Neither can the Sabbath, a memorial of creation (Exodus 20:11), be changed, though some may celebrate it on a different day.

God instructed Moses to construct the earthly sanctuary, all its furniture, and the ark according to “the pattern” he was shown. (Exodus 25:940) The ark was called the “ark of the covenant” (Numbers 10:33Deuteronomy 10:8Hebrews 9:4), and the “ark of the testimony” (Exodus 25:22), because in it Moses placed the tablets of stone on which God wrote His Law. (Exodus 25:1631:18) John, in Revelation 11:19, describes the scene before him when “the temple of God was opened in Heaven.” John saw the ark of the covenant in the heavenly sanctuary. David wrote, “Your word, O Lord, is eternal; it stands firm in the heavens” (Psalm 119:89). It is safe to assume that God’s Law remains, contained within the ark of the covenant in the heavenly sanctuary.

When God says, “The seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord your God” (Exodus 20:10), that ends all controversy. We cannot change God’s Word for our own convenience. “But if serving the Lord seems undesirable to you, then choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve” (Joshua 24:15).

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Seventh-day Adventists and Colon Cancer

By Pastor Hal Myer from Keep the Faith

If you want to minimize your risk of colon cancer, the second leading cause of death by cancer in the United States (and probably other western nations), follow what Seventh-day Adventists do. Switch to a vegetarian diet. That means no red meat, no chicken or other animal products. That’s what the latest studies out of Loma Linda, CA, a largely Seventh-day Adventist community suggests.

The habits of more than 77,000 people were analyzed for association with colorectal cancer. Those who were vegetarians had 22% lower risk of colorectal cancer than non-vegetarians. Pescovegetarians (those who eat some fish) had a 43% lower risk.

Scientists think that a vegetarian diet may decrease insulin and insulin-like growth factors, two hormones linked to colorectal cancer. There are other ways a vegetarian diet may protect against this type of cancer as well such as how red meat is cooked, and the higher intake of beneficial nutrients such as folate, calcium and fiber by vegetarians, etc. A pescovegetarian diet is thought to be linked to omega-3 fatty acids, which may be anti-inflammatory. Fish also has vitamin D, which has also been linked to lower risk of colorectal cancer.

Other lifestyle choices may also reduce risk, such as maintaining a healthy weight, not smoking, drinking alcohol in moderation (if at all) and exercising.

“The lower the red meat intake the better,” says Dr. Giovannucci, professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, “especially for processed meats.”

Stop building your meals around a hunk of chicken, beef, or pork. Instead use plant-based proteins such as legumes, nuts, seeds and whole grains. Avoid refined grains, sugary snacks and drinks, which force the body to make more insulin, which has a growth promoting effect on cancer.

Keep in mind that this particular study focused only on the effect of diet on colorectal cancer. While fish is a factor in lowering risk of colorectal cancer, there are other problems with fish intake, such as mercury poisoning, and other issues. There are plant-based ways to get omega-3s (flaxseeds, chia seeds, dark leafy greens, soybeans, cabbage family foods and squash) and vitamin D, (a little sunlight every day).

“It is a mistake to suppose that muscular strength depends on the use of animal food. The needs of the system can be better supplied, and more vigorous health can be enjoyed, without its use. The grains, with fruits, nuts, and vegetables, contain all the nutritive properties necessary to make good blood. These elements are not so well or so fully supplied by a flesh diet. Had the use of flesh been essential to health and strength, animal food would have been included in the diet appointed man in the beginning.” Ministry of Healing”, page 316

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Parents of some students at Mitchell Primary School in Kittery, Maine, are criticizing school officials for failing to notify i am jazzparents before their kids were read a children’s book about a transgender child. Superintendent of Schools Allyn Hutton said in a statement that the book was part of a lesson on “tolerance and respect.”

The book, titled “I Am Jazz,” centers around a child who knew “she had a girl’s brain in a boy’s body” since she was 2 years old. The story is based on “real-life experience” and is told in a “simple, clear way that will be appreciated by picture book readers, their parents, and teachers.”

At least one mother didn’t appreciate how the situation was handled, however. She reportedly told in an email last week that she was upset that the school took away her right to have a conversation with her child about the sensitive subject matter.

“I feel like my thoughts, feelings and beliefs were completely ignored….My right as a parent to allow or not allow this discussion with my child was taken from me. It is very upsetting to me that I didn’t have an option at all,” she said.

Hutton later admitted that parents should have been informed before the book was read to the elementary school students.

“We have a practice of if a topic is considered sensitive, parents should be informed. In this situation, that didn’t happen. The whole culture at Mitchell School is about teaching tolerance and respect,” the superintendent said, according to Sea Coast Online. “The people presenting the lesson thought (the book) was one more piece of teaching that lesson. In retrospect, we understand that toleration is tolerating people of all opinions.”

Hutton claimed most parents were supportive of the lesson.

A father of a transgender student reportedly issued a statement supporting the school’s decision:

“We fully support the staff of Horace Mitchell School,” it begins. “People in this country, parents in this country are outraged by bullying, teen suicide rates and the depression in children. The staff of Mitchell School is doing something about this. By teaching acceptance and love they are shedding a light on (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning) issues. Reading ‘I Am Jazz’ by Jazz Jennings to students is a way of showing them that gender can be more complicated than just boys and girls. Some people are born somewhere in between.” Read the full report here.

LGBT organizations and the school districts are seizing the opportunity to mute even reasonable voices that oppose gay lifestyle. “As it was in the days of Lot…” Luke 17:28  Occultist Alice a. Bailey had predicted in her writings her works, written between 1919 and 1949. She said in her 10 point strategy. I will only show some of her strategies if you want to read more check out the ten strategy below.

1. Push God out of the schools. If the people grow up without reference to God, then they will consider God irrelevant to day to day life. In the last sixty years this has happened. God is irrelevant to most people.
2. Break the Traditional Judeo-Christian Family Concept. Break communication between parents and children so that parents can’t pass on spiritual values to their children. Do this by pushing excessive child rights.
3. Remove restrictions on sex. Sex is the biggest joy and Christianity robs people of this. People must be freed to enjoy it without restrictions. It’s not just for married, it’s for everybody.
4. Since sex is the greatest expression of man’s enjoyment of life, man must be free to express sex in ALL its forms. Homosexuality, orgies, even bestiality are desirable so long as no one is being abused or harmed.
5. People must be free to abort unwanted children. If a man can have sex and then live without the consequences, then the same should be true for a woman too. A woman must have the right to abort an unwanted child.
6. Every person develops soul bonds, so when a soul bond wears out a person must be free to divorce. When one starts to “grow”, one must be free to get together with whoever they want even if they are married.

My friends this is a all planned agenda for the NWO. Its time for Christians to wake up! This world is not getting better. Man  rejected God commandments. They desire to serve the creature than God. Please open your eye’s and stand for the truth in God’s word.

Updated 8:19 PM ET, Mon April 20, 2015 xeno murder 1.JPG

Johannesburg (CNN)He checked the series of stills on his camera. It was then that photographer James Oatway realized the entire attack had taken less than two minutes.

It was the morning after a night of unrest in Johannesburg’s Alexandra Township that saw foreign-owned shops looted and destroyed.

Mozambican Emmanuel Sithole was walking down a street when four South Africans surrounded him. Sithole pleaded for mercy, but it was already too late. The attackers bludgeoned him with a wrench, stabbed him with knives, all in broad daylight. And Oatway had captured it all on his camera.

“They looked like hardened thugs, just by their intensity, the way they moved, the expressions on their faces,” Oatway told CNN. “They wanted one thing and that was to kill Emmanuel. They wanted his blood and nothing was going to stop them from doing that.”

Oatway says he tried to get as close as possible, conscious that the attackers were aware of his presence. “When the attack started I was 20 meters (65 feet) away, but at one point I was 4 or 5 meters away,” he said. “I did think that maybe they would leave him alone.”

The attackers finally did move on and leave Sithole alone. Oatway and his fellow journalist Beauregard Tromp quickly put the injured man in the back of the car and rushed him to a hospital, where he later died.

“I still remember him looking straight into my eyes,” said Oatway. “He had a kind of a dazed, shocked look in his face.”

Oatway’s series of images of the ordeal landed on the front page of South Africa’s Sunday Times under the headline, “Kill thy neighbor: Alex attack brings home SA’s shame.”

It’s a shame that South Africa continues to confront. Seven people have been killed in the latest round of xenophobic violence against poorer immigrants, many from South Africa’s neighbors.

Xenophobic attacks: How did we get here?

Local media alleged that the attacks were a consequence of Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini reportedly saying at a recent gathering that foreigners “should pack their bags and go” because they are taking jobs from citizens.

Shortly after his reported comments, violence against immigrants erupted in the port city of Durban.

But on Monday, Zwelithini said he had not called for a war on immigrants. “This war I am calling for today is to protect everyone of foreign origin in this country irrespective of which country they are from.”

The United Nations said the attacks actually began in March after a labor dispute between citizens and foreign workers.

Opinion: Labeling South Africa violence as xenophobia misses the point

But it was Oatway’s photos of the violent attack on Sithole that have seemingly encapsulated the true horror of the situation — and South Africa’s leaders have begun to take notice.

“Terrible picture. People who live in rough townships have never seen such a scene,” said President Jacob Zuma about the photos in a televised news conference. “And I was sitting and I was saying to myself, what are we telling the world about ourselves?”

Police announced they’ve arrested three of the four suspects with help from Oatway’s photos, which is little solace for the photographer who captured a level of depravity rarely seen.

“I’m sickened by it,” said Oatway. “And I’m extremely angry, angry with the men that did this, and ultimately I’m upset that our efforts weren’t successful in saving Emmanuel’s life.”

Immigrants say they’re afraid to go out

The world is soon coming to a end man’s hearts are growing colder violence is swiping the world by storm when will it end. God’s word says “But as the days of Noe were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be” Matthew 24:37. More blood shed in this world lets us know the end is almost near. “Evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse.” 2 Timothy 3:13. “The land is full of bloody crimes, and the city is full of violence.” Ezekiel 7:23. But people who are followers of Christ should know the times and the season we should not fear because our Redemption draws near.

The Ultimate Deliverance
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 Lesson #8
It’s no fairytale – one day, you can be free from all the hurt, hunger, aloneness, crime, and chaos infecting the world today. Doesn’t that sound wonderful? But it’s not going to be some charismatic earthly leader who’s going to deliver you… no, He’s much more superior than that! Jesus is coming soon, but there is a lot of popular misconceptions regarding just how He’s coming. So take a few mi…