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By Dr Kevan Kruse and Dr Dennis O’Hara
Part 6 of the “Covid Beast”
Testing the Spirits
- The coming of the lawless one will be accompanied by the working of Satan, with every kind of power, sign, and false wonder. (2 Thessalonians 2:9)
- And it shall come to pass in the last days, says God, that I will pour out of My Spirit on all flesh; your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your young men shall see visions, your old men shall dream dreams. And on My menservants and My maidservants, I will pour out of My Spirit in those days; and they shall prophesy. ‘I will show wonders in Heaven above and signs in the earth beneath. (Acts 2:16-21)
There are so many game-changers coming, and unfortunately, the church is woefully behind in addressing these issues. The biggest question I have is when the spirits come out of the Abyss, are we wholly prepared for all of the stories they will tell everyone about God? Yet, the imagery of the “opening of the Abyss” lets us know that the “end times” will be characterized by an outpouring of spirits. These spirits are going to come with messages and supernatural wonders to back them up. The problem is, how are we going to tell which spirits are which? Of course, we will still need the “helper” (the Holy Spirit) to seal our minds, foreheads, and hearts with His word.
This seal by the H.S. will protect us from deception, but this does not mean we can neglect or ignore just how powerful the coming deception will be. The Bible is not a crystal ball meant to be used to divine the future and its timing; using it this way only ensures more deception and escapism from the coming reality. We should hope for the best, but very few are planning for the worst. Consequently, if we are so dutifully bound to tell the gospel, how are we not also bound to start talking about what is coming. Especially when what is coming even requires an update to the gospel. “Do not take the Mark of the Beast.”
Consequently, we cannot keep dumbing down our congregations and protecting people from the truth of what the Bible says is coming. Instead, we must amp up the volume on our ability to destroy Satan’s narrative. Besides, someone is going to be here when all of this happens. Unfortunately, no one will have much of a chance if we, who are supposed to be God’s elect, don’t start talking about what is coming before it happens.
An Explosion of the Supernatural
Before taking on this next subject, I want to acknowledge that my intent is not to thwart the Holy Spirit in any way. I also do not want to quench our desire for the Holy Spirit in our lives, and especially its fruit or gifts. On the contrary, I believe an outpouring of the H.S. is coming and that many people will be saved. However, considering the verses above, is it any wonder that signs and wonders churches are popping up all over the country?
Understanding that Satan will also have signs and wonders that will follow him right into our churches might change our ideas about the coming’s deception. Shockingly, it is the supernatural that may define Satan’s deception. We are explicitly told in Matthew 24:24, Revelation 16:14, Revelation 13:13-14, and Revelation 19:20 that the Anti-Christ, demons, and other false prophets / Christ’s will use their supernatural powers to convince many that they are the truth.
This supernatural explosion only comes as a surprise if we have forgotten that the pagan gods of the Old Testament were false gods with real demonic power. The power of these pagan gods was demonstrated in Exodus 7:11, 22, and 8:7, as well as other passages that are too numerous to count. Even though mighty Moses came to deliver Israel with signs and wonders, the Pharoah was not even phased because his wise men and magicians “did the same with their secret arts.” Yet, no matter how much we are told that the supernatural world has a dark side, there is a growing obsession in the church over miracles and magic shows.
Signs & Wonders
It is as if signs and wonders are the end all and be all of Christianity. They are also creating a hierarchy among the churches and pastors. In some instances, pastors have declared themselves to be on the level of the 12 Apostles. Of course, I am not trying to say that we do not need modern apostles. However, there were only 12 men who were hand-picked by Jesus.
We also have a clear mandate not to write any more books of the Bible because there can be no new gospel. What can seem to be unique is a return of ancient spirits that have been locked away for what they did in the Days of Noah. (1Peter 3:1-9) This unlocking is why we will see a return of the very same things that gave the church the victory over darkness the last time they faced off.
- But even if an angel from Heaven or we should preach to you a gospel contrary to the one we preached to you, let him be accursed. (Galatians 1:8)
So, while this pouring out of the H.S. may have begun, we need to be cautious with the coming counterfeit. Just because there are signs and wonders does not mean that what is happening is of God. Why do I say that? Most of us know that the Bible tells us we do not need to be afraid of a prophet if his words do not come to pass. After all, a false prophet could be killed if his prophecies didn’t happen. (See Deuteronomy 18:20-22) A much less known passage is about a different kind of prophet.
- “If a prophet or a dreamer of dreams arises among you and gives you a sign or a wonder, and the sign or wonder that he tells you comes to pass, and if he says, ‘Let us go after other gods,’ which you have not known, ‘and let us serve them,’ you shall not listen to the words of that prophet or that dreamer of dreams. For the Lord your God is testing you, to know whether you love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul. (Deuteronomy 13:1-4)
This verse is about a different kind of prophet that sends chills up my spine. These false prophets will perform signs and wonders and rightly tell us of things that will come to pass. Yahweh allows for these fakes because He is testing us to see if we know Him or not. The idea of personally knowing God is the most important and all-encompassing paradigm of the Bible. It also parallels what I have personally found to be the most challenging passage in the Bible. Here is a quick review of Matthew 7:7-23.
It begins by telling us that we are God’s children, and because of that, God knows how to give good gifts to those who ask, seek, and knock. Then Jesus also tells us how to give good gifts to others by living according to the “Golden Rule.” But one of the narratives (verse 17) people miss is where Jesus talks about the false prophets and the wolves that stand in our way. Then Jesus specifically tells us that the way to recognize these false prophets or wolves is by their fruit. This part about false prophets is interesting because Jesus mentions gifts but then says it is the fruit that can help us sort out the wolves in the church. Then Jesus says something that still makes me a bit week in the knees.
- Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of Heaven, but only he who does the will of My Father in Heaven. Many will say to Me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, and in Your name drive out demons and perform many miracles?’ Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you; depart from Me, you workers of lawlessness!’ (Matthew 7:21-23)
My first reaction to this passage is, “wow, I have never done some of these things. If these guys were fooling themselves about getting into Heaven, then maybe I am fooling myself as well.” Of course, this doubt subsides because the point that Jesus is trying to drive home is that He didn’t know these people. They didn’t have a relationship with Him. Jesus is also pointing out that the gifts of the Spirit operating inside the church were not what was the most important thing, but a relationship with Jesus was. The people who did not know Jesus were surely known for their gifts. In fact, they were probably superstars in their church.
They did not have an intimate relationship with Jesus. Therefore, they must have been the wolves Jesus just warned us about. In other words, it looks like they were gifted people, but they also didn’t have the spiritual fruit stemming from a deep relationship with God. This passage leads me to believe that our spiritual fruit more accurately reflects the depth of our relationship with Jesus than our gifts. Gifts have more to say about the generous nature of God because God “gives them to all men liberally.” (James 5:1) It could be that God gives a diversity of gifts to everyone no matter whether they love Him back or not. This idea is certainly something that comes out within the parable of the talents as well.
Nonetheless, it cannot be a coincidence that Jesus explicitly mentions three of the gifts of the Spirit (prophecy, deliverance, and miracles) that are found in 1 Corinthians 12:1-31. Jesus then says that these people were operating in these gifts without actually having a relationship with Him. Beyond scary! But if gifts like this started happening to me, I would probably feel like I had achieved a special connection with God. Yet, this does not appear to be the case. All of this tells me that I have much to learn about just how down-to-earth our God is.
- But understand this: In the last days, terrible times will come. For men will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, arrogant, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, unloving, unforgiving, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, without love of good, traitorous, reckless, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God, having a form of godliness but denying its power. Turn away from such as these! 2 Timothy 3 BSB.
The Gifts & the Giver
It is hard to say precisely when Jesus gave these gifts to these people or if they were born with them. Indeed, some people are born with unique gifts but never give God credit. What is shocking to me is that these people specifically gave Jesus credit for their gifts, but they still didn’t have a relationship with Jesus. How is this possible? Is this what Revelation 2:1-7 meant when it talks about a church that had lost its “first love?” Did these people start out loving God with all their heart and then begin to love His gifts more than they loved the giver of the gifts?
Is this also an issue of worship? Did they begin to worship the gifts instead of God? I don’t have all the answers, but we all need to ask ourselves some hard questions. Most importantly, on the day we meet Jesus, the only thing that matters is that we know Him, and He knows us. It is not going to be all about our gifts. What we did with the lives God gave us certainly will come up, but it is our relationship with God that matters most. This same equation is found in the Lord’s prayer when Jesus invites us to pray, “thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.”
The question is, do we know Him well enough to know how to pray from Heaven’s perspective? But if we know God, then we have the right to pray, ask and believe in miracles. We also have to accept God’s answers and interpret them in light of the cross, which has already accomplished the victory. Knowing that only God can be God will allow us to accept His answers and still keep praying earnestly for others.
We have to be like Abraham, the father of the faithful. Faith was credited as righteousness because our faith reflects the depth of our relationship with God. Faith, not miracles, is the currency of Heaven. (Romans 4:22) Still, there is no doubt that some people have extraordinary gifts. While gifts proclaim God’s glory, we still have to prioritize our relationship with Him.
Matthew 7, just like Deuteronomy 13, clearly shows the difference between the supernatural gifts and a relationship with the giver of everything supernatural and everything good. Christianity is not about gifts. Of course, God is still going to keep on giving gifts out of His goodness. More importantly, we are going to need His gifts to face what is coming. But now is the time to recognize the difference between the gifts and our “first and forever love.”
Those Seeking Signs & Wonders
Unfortunately, most people aren’t searching for a relationship with God. Then some want God to prove Himself to them, but He has already done that on the cross, and it changed all of history. Of course, Job went after God with all kinds of questions to test God, and we all know where that got him. The reality is that God has only given us an invitation to try Him in one area; the tithe. (Malachi 3:10). Still, some are always searching for a sign, but are they open to a real relationship with God, or are they just looking for a miracle? Sign seekers were prevalent even in Jesus’s day.
- Even the scribes and Pharisees told Him, “Teacher, we want to see a sign from You.” But He answered and said to them, “An evil and adulterous generation craves for a sign, yet no sign will be given to it but the sign of Jonah the prophet. (Matthew 12:38-39)
Jesus is saying that He and He alone is the sign we have been searching for. A relationship with Jesus is an everlasting gift. There is no more pain or death where Jesus is leading us to. There is only beauty beyond description and unfathomable love that awaits us there in Heaven. This heavenly culture is “Christ in us the hope of glory.” (Colossians 1:27) So, why do we rejoice? Do we rejoice because we have gifts? Do we rejoice because the demons are subject to us or that miracles happen when we pray? No. We rejoice because our names are written in the heart of Jesus, and everything we have in this life is a gift that we have received. We don’t own anything.
- Nevertheless, do not rejoice in this, that the spirits are subject to you, but rejoice that your names are written in Heaven.” (Luke 10:20)
- For who makes you so superior? What do you have that you did not receive? And if you did receive it, why do you boast as though you did not? (1 Corinthians 4:7)
Wolves Among the Sheep
The gifts of the Spirit all seem to have a purpose here on earth. My grandfather, who was a Pentecostal minister for more than 40 years, often told me that where the Pentecostal movement went wrong was when they were deciding whether the gifts of the Spirit were the churches or the individuals. Like my grandfather, F.C. Kruse, I favor the church but agree that certain people tend to operate better in particular gifts. However, in the final analysis, the gifts and workings of the Spirit are God’s property; they are just coming from different parts of the same body. Consequently, we must not boast or come to love the gifts more than we love the giver of all that is good.
As near as I can tell, the attitude of the “signs and wonders” churches appears to be that the greatest of those among us are the ones with the greatest gifts. This idea was in sharp contrast to the words of Jesus when he said, “If anyone desires to be first, he will be last of all and servant of all.” At this point, I think it becomes apparent precisely who is wrong? Especially when we know that it is the fruit of the Spirit that allows us to sort out the wolves among the flock. When it comes to “love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control,” they are going to be left wanting. (Galatians 5:22-23)
However, there is a similarity between the “Fruit of the Spirit” and the description of love in the Bible. Yet, love would never make people feel inferior just because they didn’t have a particular gift? Especially when they may be just a different part of the same body. Does the Bible say we are supposed to have all the same gifts? In 1 Corinthians 12:27-31, Paul sarcastically asks the same question. “Do we all have the same gift?” While the Bible says to “eagerly desire the greater gifts,” we forget the last part found in verse 31, “Yet I will show you a more excellent way.”
The amplified translation identifies this more excellent way as unselfish love, which is what happens when we use our gifts to help other people and not for our purposes. In this sense, seeking the gifts of the Spirit versus seeking a deeper relationship with Jesus are two different things. But how does this match the attitude of many of the super churches or super leaders? My biggest turned off regarding the hyper-charismatic movement is their lack of humility, spiritual fruit, and diminishing emphasis on a deeper relationship with God.
After all, there are a diversity of gifts, but only one Spirit. (1 Corinthians 12:4) So why divide the church over gifts when they were explicitly appointed to encourage and sanctify the church? The gifts, if used correctly, should bring the church together under the one Spirit that rules us all. Using the gifts to divide the church turns out to be one way to recognize the wolves have crept into our midst.
Consequently, we must be aware that pretenders are going to enter the church even though they are operating in marvelous gifts, but “by their fruit, you shall know them.” (Matthew 7:16) We will also know them by their love for their brothers and sisters. (John 13:35) These two paradigms are how we can use the Bible to discern the spirits of those presenting themselves to the church as brothers and sisters in Christ.
- For we were all baptized by one Spirit to form one body—whether Jews or Gentiles, slave or free, and we were all given the one Spirit to drink.
Recognizing A False Prophet – Key Ideas of 2 Peter 2
False prophets and false teachers are coming to insert destructive heresies into the church. These heresies will even include denying the sovereign Lord. They will be deprived in their conduct and bring the truth into disrepute. They will be greedy and exploit us with fabricated stories.
They will blaspheme in matters they do not understand. They are like unreasoning animals and creatures of instinct. They will carouse in broad daylight. They are blots and blemishes, reveling in their pleasures while they feast with you. With eyes full of adultery, they never stop sinning; they seduce the unstable; they are experts in greed—an accursed brood! They have wandered off to follow the way of Balaam.
Their mouths are empty of truth but full of boastful words appealing to the lustful desires of the flesh. They promise freedom while they are slaves of depravity—for “people are slaves to whatever has mastered them.” They are again entangled in the world, and they are worse off than they were initially. It would have been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness than to have known it and then to turn their backs on the sacred command. Of them, the proverbs are true: “A dog returns to its vomit,” and “A pig that is washed returns to her wallowing in the mud.”
Yet, their condemnation is coming, just like the Days of Noah and Sodom and Gomorrah. But like righteous Lot, the Lord knows how to rescue the godly from trials and hold the unrighteous for punishment on the day of judgment. This is especially true of those who follow the corrupt desire of the flesh and despise authority. NIV
Also, consider 2 Corinthians 11:12-15. I will keep on doing what I am doing to cut the ground from under those who want an opportunity to be considered equal with us (apostles) in the things they boast about. Such people are false apostles, deceitful workers, masquerading as apostles of Christ. And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light. It is not surprising, then, if his servants also masquerade as servants of righteousness. Their end will be what their actions deserve. NIV
The False Prophets Are Here
- Disregard them! They are blind guides. If a blind man leads a blind man, both will fall into a pit.” (Matthew 15:14)
- “For the time will come when people will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their desires, they will gather around them many teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear. They will turn their ears away from the truth and turn aside to myths” (2 Timothy 4:3-4).
The opening of the Abyss is looming large. An outpouring of the spirits is on its way. So too, the church is about to face the most significant test it will ever face. Now is not the time to lack discernment over the supernatural signs and wonders that follow. Now is also not the time to start dumbing down the Bible or prophecy? In a strange twist, the secular world is obsessed with the supernatural, while pastors avoid it in their sermons. Now is also not the time to start blending the new age or any other religion into Christianity.
Now is the time to differentiate the worship of God in “spirit and truth” from other false types of worship, such as eastern meditation that opens people up to demonic spirits. Now is not the time to start coining new terms or coming up with new translations to fit our world view. While I hate to single anyone out, the new “Passion” translation seems to fit the bill. Brian Simmons claims that he virtually downloaded this directly from Jesus when he was in Heaven. Once there, he found a new chapter of the Bible, which was John 22.
New gospels are troublesome. When you say you are downloading the Bible, it means that this is not a translation. Instead, he is saying, “these are the literal words of Jesus.” Interestingly enough, Paul told us that even if an Apostle or an angel from Heaven gave us a new gospel, “let him be accursed.” (Galatians 1:8) Accepting new books to the Bible is clearly heresy. I could write a whole book about false prophets in the church, but I am only going to mention a couple of things because I think they are extremely dangerous.
I recently listened to a Christian book called “The School of the Prophets,” which mentions that we should start talking to our own personal angels. Unfortunately, I see no Biblical case for this. Furthermore, I don’t believe that we need any intercessors between God and us. That is the function of Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Besides, how exactly do we think these spirits about to be released will present themselves to us, and what messages will they bring? The Bible says Satan portrays himself as an angel of light. (2 Corinthians 11:14) In other words, demons are rogue angels.
If you don’t think these spirits are already contacting people as we speak, then watch “Beware of Angels” on amazon. If you are interested in some of the ways the wolves have crept into the church and begun to present a false gospel, then watch “The Submergent Church,” which is also accessible on Amazon.
Since I have brought up the idea of modern prophets, I want to be clear that I do not consider myself a prophet or a theologian, nor am I trying to predict anything. In fact, for the record, I hope everything in all of my articles is wrong and that none of it happens. What I have done is read God’s word and correlate it with “what’s happening” since Jerusalem is “no longer trodden down by the Gentiles.” For myself, it has been a faith-building experience. Now more than ever, we need to cling to the Bible as our only trustworthy source of information in troubled times.
The Forgotten Multitude?
- “After this, I looked and saw a multitude too large to count, from every nation and tribe and people and tongue, standing before the throne and before the Lamb. They were wearing white robes and holding palm branches in their hands. And they cried out in a loud voice: “Salvation to our God, who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb!” (Revelations 7:9-10)
There is one group of people that I have noticeably left out of these articles. I am talking about those who have not been sealed in their foreheads either way. These are the souls that have not made their choice, but soon they will be forced to go one way or the other.
The “unknown multitude” are the people we need to reach with the gospel, as well as the warning not to take the MOB. Some translations say, “an innumerable multitude.” So, how can so many people get saved during the tribulation? I thought the tribulation was all about the Jews? Well, the tribulation is not about the Jews. It is about the decedents of all 12 tribes of Israel. (Read Revelation 7:1-8) This passage is about the 12,000 saved from each of the 12 tribes, which then totals 144,000 Israelites.
This verse proves that all the promises God made to Abraham and His children will be honored just like His promises. But the following passage proves that God will also inherit all the nations. (Psalms 82:8) Whether these numbers for Israel are symbolic or not, it is difficult to imagine that an innumerable group of people from every tribe of the earth is not a lot of people. How can these many people get saved during the worst time in human history?
I believe it will come down to the “seal in our foreheads,” the preaching of Bible prophecy, and the return of supernatural signs and wonders of the Holy Spirit re-manifesting in the church like they did at Pentecost. One way that we can reach these people is to start talking about what will happen ASAP. God wants us to preach the gospel and the warning about the MOB to the ends of the earth so that more people can get saved. Lives still hang in the balance, and the church needs to heed its call and wake those who are sleeping.
The Lessor Know Gifts
When I think about the gifts presented in 1 Corinthians 12:1-31, I try and focus on the ones that will help us discern between these escaped spirits returning for revenge. Of course, verse 3 defines what unites His church. “No one can say, ‘Jesus is Lord,’ except by the Holy Spirit.” Verses 4 -6 talk about how there are “different kinds of gifts, but the same Spirit distributes them.” Interestingly, these same verses equate our spiritual gifts to different kinds of service or workings.
How might our dialog change if we talked more about how God has called us to serve and work in His kingdom instead of talking about how we are gifted? After all, verse 7 makes it clear that these gifts of the Spirit are “given for the common good.” It is verses 8 and 9 that bring out some of the lesser-known gifts. Here are the three gifts with some translational variations.
- A message of, a word of, an utterance of, or speaking with wisdom or giving wise advice.
- The gift of faith. (which can move mountains)
- A message of, a word of, an utterance of, or speaking with knowledge or giving correct information.
Indeed, I have never met anyone who maintained that these gifts have ever ceased from being part of the church. Now more than ever, we need the gifts of knowledge, wisdom, and faith to discern the difference between the spirits that are coming. More importantly, the Bible is our only source of the correct information, and we will need the Holy Spirit to help us wisely divide the word of truth.
Most importantly, we will need faith to believe and trust in God and not give in to man, or his reasoning or his “causes.” We will need faith to stand up and say no to the Devil and his mark. We will need faith to spread hope to a dying world. While other men’s hearts will be failing them for fear, we will have a supernatural faith that says, “Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his appearing.” (2 Timothy 4:8)
Loving the Fruit
While I enjoy the gifts that God has given to me, and I try to be open to more, the truth is that I am happier with more of the fruit of the Spirit. There honestly isn’t one gift of the Spirit that I wouldn’t trade for one more piece of fruit. That’s not to say that I am right, but that is how I feel sometimes. Comparing fruit to gifts is much like comparing the gospel of Mary to Martha, and it is something we all need to think about. Besides, I like to remind pastors that they will be out of a job when they get to Heaven.
But of course, that is probably true for all of us. Contemplating Heaven is the kind of sober discussion we need to discern the truth of fruit and gifts. While I believe and support the gifts of the Spirit, I think we have to prioritize slightly here and focus on the fruit because, without them, our gifts aren’t believable. After all, fruit is how we will recognize the fakes. With that in mind, here are some of my favorite sayings about the fruit of the Spirit -Please remember, I am not trying to quench the gifts of the spirits- I am just trying to keep gifts in perspective:
- It would appear most “gifts of the Spirit” aren’t necessary for Heaven. But the fruit of the Spirit is something we can eat every day and for all eternity.
- Fruit is delicious, and it can feed us and keep us alive. Gifts are fantastic, but they can’t nourish our souls through famine.
- There is a diversity of gifts, works, and service, which means (like Forest Gump’s chocolates) you never know what you’re going to get. (1 Corinthians 12:4)
- An issue of maturity. What kind of child of God would put one of their brothers or sisters down just because they got a particular gift and their brother or sister didn’t?
The Great Pouring Out of His Spirit
On the other side of the coin, many have taught that the gifts of the Spirit have ceased. Others have even looked down upon generations of Christians for losing the gifts. Yet, one reason why we didn’t see the “gifts of the Spirit” as often could be because the H.S. had already put most of what we are fighting against in prison. Consequently, the return of these spirits could be why the gifts are coming back in full force.
The Abyss will be opened soon, and we have no idea how many spirits will come out. Fortunately, we need not be afraid because God will seal us in our foreheads so that these demonic entities cannot mess with us. Not only that, God is going to pour out His Spirit in such abundance that the gifts are going to come back to the church like never before. The reemergence of the gifts will happen because we need them to fight for the mind, hearts, and foreheads of the innumerable multitude that God wants to save.
Soon, denominationalism won’t matter. True churches and true believers will begin to experience prophesy, visions, dreams, wonders in Heaven above, and signs in the earth beneath. (Acts 2:16-21) But to pull this off and be believable, we need fruit to keep our feet planted on the ground. Furthermore, we must always keep the thoughts of our “first love” on our minds, hearts, and lips as the world is soon to be shaken. (Revelations 2:4)
- The Spirit of the Lord will rest on him – the Spirit of wisdom and of understanding, the Spirit of counsel and of might, the Spirit of the knowledge and fear of the Lord, and he will delight in the fear of the Lord. He will not judge by what he sees with his eyes, or decide by what he hears with his ears. ( Isaiah 11:2-3)
One purpose of prophecy is to warn us to start going about our Father’s business and prepare everyone for what is coming. The unfolding events are signs of things to come as the whole world is about to be under the grasp of the beast. So, please don’t miss our final article next week, as we summarize what all of this means and update everyone on the newest developments in the Covid deception.
Note:Dr Dennis O.Hara is a guest contributor/co-author
Dr. Dennis O’Hara was born and raised on Long Island, NY and was an athlete throughout his school years. He fell in love with chiropractic while being helped as a patient for numerous sports injuries. Dr. O’Hara has been in practice since he graduated from National College of Chiropractic in April 1992. Dr. O’Hara continued his education achieving his Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians.
Dr. O’Hara’s clinical emphasis focuses on injuries of the neck and back, Sports injuries, biomechanical and postural correction and rehabilitation. He has worked with amateur and professional athletes and was the chiropractic physician for the Washington DC United MLS soccer team from 1996-1998. Dr. O’Hara had been a ringside physician for amateur MMA from 2009 through 2015 having worked hundreds of hours evaluating fighters before and after fights.
Dr. O’Hara’s continued passion for chiropractic drives his desire to help educate the public on the importance of spinal health and overall wellness.wait to deceive.” We will let people back into the church. We will be the rock upon which God
builds His kingdom, instead of a stepping stone towards Satan’s final agenda. May God prick
our hearts, and may the church begin to wake up, because the time is getting short. Jesus is
Dr. Kevan Kruse has been practicing Chiropractic in the Bay area since 1992. Educated at the University of Tampa and Life University, Kevan received a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and a Doctorate of Chiropractic. Kevan was born in Florida, but he was raised with down to earth Midwestern values. These values translate into an office that is dedicated to serving patients in a surprisingly relaxed atmosphere. Each patient is evaluated on an individual basis and treated appropriately.
Dr. Kruse is also open to multi-disciplinary approaches to health care, with his focus being primarily chiropractic and nutritional ways to help solve health problems. His fascination and extensive participation in sports makes his treatment of automobile accidents, work related injuries and sports injuries especially on-target. Dr. Kruse is married to Alexandra and they have two sons named Wiatte and Whestan. Dr. Kruse supports many local charities and attends Bell Shoals Baptist church, where he occasionally teaches classes on various topics.
Why is the church important? The church is where the friends of Jesus meet and grow. It is a hospital for those who admit they are sick and who want to get better. The church is not a building or an organization, it is just people. The church is also part of your spiritual family. Does anyone you know have a perfect family? Good, because that won’t happen in church either. You won’t like all the people there, but you will grow to love many of them. You may have to visit around some to find the right church for you, but if you work at it, you will be better for it. My church friends are one of my greatest sources or encouragement and joy.