Gunman Asked Students their Religion before Shooting Them

Posted: October 14, 2015 in Uncategorized
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The gunman who opened fire at Umpqua Community College killing 9 and wounding another seven, asked his victims to state their religion as he attacked them with three handguns and an assault rifle. He then shot and killed the Christians.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Ana Boylan, a student who was shot in the back, told her grandmother from her hospital bed that as she lay wounded, the gunman, identified as 26-year-old Chris Harper-Mercer, asked people to rise and state their religion.

The gunman, identified Chris Harper Mercer, 26, and a resident of Oregon, is relatively unknown and police are revealing few details about him.

Calling for more gun control legislation, President Obama said, “This is a political choice that we make — to allow this to happen every few months in America. We collectively are answerable to those families who lose their loved ones because of our inaction.”

The attack was among the worst mass school shootings over the last two decades, including the one at Columbine High School in Colorado in 1999 in which 13 people were killed; the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Connecticut in 2012, which claimed 26 lives; and the rampage at Virginia Tech in 2007, in which 32 people were killed.

Ana Boylan, 18, was wounded in the back by the gunman. She lay on the ground and pretended to be dead. She said the girl next to her was shot.

“As Boylan lay there, she heard the gunman ask others in the classroom to rise and state their religion. If they said they were Christians, they were shot.” Police confirmed that the victims were asked their religion before they were shot.

Umpqua has a student population of about 3,300 full- and part-time students. According to the campus website, it offers “a peaceful, safe atmosphere and year-round recreational activities.” None of its employees or its single security officer is permitted to carry a gun. The campus is a gun-free zone.

“I have been shown that the Spirit of the Lord is being withdrawn from the earth. God’s keeping power will soon be refused to all who continue to disregard His commandments. The reports of fraudulent transactions, murders, and crimes of every kind are coming to us daily. Iniquity is becoming so common a thing that it no longer shocks the senses as it once did.” Last Day Events, page 27

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The Ultimate Deliverance


    Who speaks the absolute truth? Does the Methodist Church speak the absolute truth, does the Roman Catholic denomination teach the absolute truth, the Baptist Church, the Jehovah’s Witnesses, the Mormons, the Seventh-day Adventists, the Lutherans. Which church speaks God’s absolute truth?

    God the Father spoke the truth through Jesus and His apostles. God did speak the absolute truth through hundreds of church denominations, all of them teaching different doctrines.

    John 14:24-26 He who does not love Me does not keep My words; and the word which you hear is not Mine, but the Father’s who sent Me. 25 “These things I have spoken to you while abiding with you. 26 But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, He will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all that I said to you.(NASB)

    God’s word came through Jesus and the apostles. The Holy Spirit taught the apostles “all things.” The Bible has all the things the world need to know about God and His salvation.

    The so-called Christian denominations are not receiving new truth from God.

    John 12:48 He who rejects Me and does not receive My sayings, has one who judges him; the word I spoke is what will judge him at the last day. (NASB)

    Men will be judged by the words of Jesus. No man will be judged by the words of any preacher, priest, nor king. No man will be judged by the words of a church creed book, a statement of faith, denominational doctrine, or man’s opinion. No person will be judged according to so-called modern revelation from God. The New Testament Scriptures were completed in the first century.

    John 12:49-50 For I did not speak on My own initiative, but the Father Himself who sent Me has given Me a commandment as to what to say and what speak. 50 I know that His commandment is eternal life; therefore the things I speak. I speak just as the Father has told Me.”(NASB)

    God the Father told Jesus what say. Jesus said: “Mark 16:16 He who has believed and has been baptized shall be saved…(NASB)

    If God the Father told Jesus what to say, then who told men to say water baptism is not essential for salvation?

    Who told men to say water baptism is simply a testimony of faith?

    Who told men to say that you are saved by, “faith only,” and then you are baptized into the denomination of your choice.

    Who told men that those who have believed are already saved, and water baptism is simply an act of obedience?



    • I believe there is a true church a people who hold up the the principles of God’s word. Here is the patience of the saints: here are they that keep the commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus. Rev 14:12 They are patient, persevering, and faithful to the end, a big order for a “do it now” generation. God’s people reveal Him by their patient, loving conduct. They are saints, or holy ones, because they are fully on God’s side.
      They keep the commandments of God. These people of God happily obey His Ten Commandments and all other commandments He has given them. Their first aim is to please Him, whom they love (1 John 3:22). They have the faith of Jesus. This also can be translated “faith in Jesus.” In either case, God’s people fully follow Jesus and fully trust Him. Believe I’am part of that church and that is the Seventh day Adventist church. Jesus gave such distinctive and specific specifications that they fit only one church. Jesus did not give vague generalities such as “There will be many good people in my church” and “There will also be some hypocrites.” How many churches would those two points fit? All of them.

      Those two points also fit the corner grocery store and downtown civic clubs. They would fit everything, and thus mean nothing. Instead, Jesus gave such pointed, specific, highly descriptive points that they fit one church and only one church, the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Let’s-check the specifications.

      The Seventh-day Adventist Church:

      1. Did not exist as an official organization between A.D. 538 and 1798.

      2. Arose after 1798. It began to form in the early 1840s.

      3. Keeps the Ten Commandments, including the fourth – God’s holy seventh-day Sabbath.

      4. Has the gift of prophecy. Rev 19:10

      5. Is a worldwide missionary church, working in 208 of the 236 countries of the world.

      6. Teaches and preaches Jesus’ great three-point message of Revelation 14:6-14.

      Note: Please remember that there are many loving Christians in churches which these points do not fit, but no such church can be God’s end-time remnant into which He is calling all His people for today. Please check out this book please read it.


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