Pastor Receives Obamacare RFID Chip And Boasts To His Congregation — John MacArthur Declares You Can Be Saved AFTER You Receive The Mark! OUTRAGE!

We all knew this was coming, we just didn’t know how soon! Pastors across America are being implanted with the Obamacare RFID chip (aka: mark of the beast) and promoting it to their congregations.

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34 responses to “Pastor Receives Obamacare RFID Chip And Boasts To His Congregation — John MacArthur Declares You Can Be Saved AFTER You Receive The Mark! OUTRAGE!

  1. Hey there and thanks for posting this. I have had my suspicions regarding this mark for some time. At one point, I truly believed that everyone would be standing in lines to receive some sort of brand or tattoo on their persons in order to be allowed to buy and sell, but I am less convinced of this ever since God saved me. Ever since I had my eyes opened to the Master/slave relationship I now enjoy with Christ, I am now coming to the realization that the Antichrist is more of a system rather than a man. It may be run by a man or men, but as we look out into this world with culture, medicine, religion, education and the financial, we can see a systematic formula to change man’s hearts away from God toward themselves. Society would not be so inclined to take an actual mark rather than accept an ideology or philosophy of life. A belief system is easier to entrust a society with rather than forcing them to do something that invades their vanity and pride and sense of personal space.
    I may be wrong, but it seems to me in Scripture with the tares/wheat, sheep/goats and the whole mentality that there really is only two sides to this: God’s elect and those damned. We were saved even before the foundations of the world were laid. Could we not say then that those who were destined for damnation were also damned before this time period as well? Just thinking and musing…let me know what you think.

    • I kind of take a middle ground on ‘predestination.’ The way I see it. God knew the beginning from the end. He knew who would believe in him and who would not. He gave all man the choice, all man were allowed to accept him, or deny him. Therefore, we all have a choice to believe in God as the Bible states, but in the end, God knew who would and who wouldn’t. Therefore he predestined because he knew who would believe and yet still gave all a chance. That is my view because it takes what the Bible says and accepts all of Gods word in regards to predestined or not.

      • I will not get into a long desertation regarding this subject, but will include something JC Philpot said so many years ago. Enjoy!

        “According as he hath chosen us in him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before him in love: having predestinated us unto the adoption of children by Jesus Christ to himself, according to the good pleasure of his will.” Ephesians 1:4, 5

        It is a very solemn but a very true assertion, that no man can quicken his own soul; and it is an equally solemn, we might almost say, a tremendous truth, that the gospel only comes in power to those whom God has chosen unto eternal life. Indeed the one flows from the other; for if no man can quicken his own soul, it necessarily follows it must be of sovereign grace that it is quickened at all. Once you allow the fall, and acknowledge that a man is by nature so thoroughly dead in trespasses and sins that he cannot raise himself up out of this state to newness of life, then the doctrine of election necessarily follows.

        A living soul may reason thus: “Am I quickened? Yes. Did I quicken myself? No. I could not; for I was dead in sin. Did God then quicken me? Who but He could have given life to my dead soul? But why did He quicken me, when dead in sins? Because He loved me, and chose me in Christ to be an heir of His eternal glory.” Whether, however, you can speak thus or not, there is no doubt that the Lord has a people who are dear to Him, and to whom He makes himself dear. These, though despised of, or unnoticed by men, are the elect of God; and if you be a vessel of mercy whom He has thus chosen to eternal life, the gospel either has already come, or, in His own time and way, will be made to come with power to your heart and conscience.

        J.C. Philpot – 1802-1869

  2. John MacArthur referred to the Great Tribulation, and if the Christians are raptured, and if the 144,000 are the only Christian witnesses on earth ministering, would it not make sense for people to be saved … RFID or not?

    • The 144,000 are Jewish believers who are spreading the Gospel, saving people from getting the mark. If they get the mark it’s too late. There are still people being converted during tribulation, and those who believe are the saints ‘under’ the alter spoken of in Revelations 7. Either that or it’s mid-trib. 🙂

  3. I’m not exactly convinced that this is the actual Mark of the beast. That being said, I see people being conditioned to receive it more easily. Especially as identity theft continues to grow the chip would be a perfect way to protect ones identity.

  4. It is clear that without the mark, you would be unable to buy or sell…
    This is exactly what will happen if you don’t take the chip. What else could it be? Rather be save than sorry!

  5. I think, when the time comes, that there will be no doubt about what the mark is. “If” I understand the Revelation correctly, God will have two witnesses telling people exactly what is going on

  6. First and Foremost…. This “chip” is NOT the Mark of the Beast as spoken of in Revelation, because we DO NOT KNOW exactly what the mark of the beast actually is!!!
    Yes, this very well could be the technology used to make the “mark of the beast” with. It is extremely similar to, and could very well be a forerunner of the real thing, BUT Again, the chances of us actually being here during that time are very slim, as that will NOT happen until we have THE Anti-Christ on the world scene, and I strongly believe that we will be (Pre-Trib) Raptured out of the world LONG before the Anti-Christ is revealed! Do not worry or care about or look for the Anti-Christ,
    Spend our time, effort & focus on JESUS CHRIST!!!
    As for John MacArthur’s comment, I remain skeptical about that. I have read his books & listened to his teachings for more than 20 years, and I have NEVER, NEVER, Ever heard or read ANYTHING from him that was NOT a good, solid, Biblical teaching!!! At All!!! (I am NOT saying he is perfect, by any means, but he is one of the Best Bible teachers alive today, and he has an excellent reputation as a a man of God!
    And I would not judge him by one error or mistake- I would have to hear more on this subject before dismissing him outright….
    The Bible IS 100% Correct & True, and I would never doubt the Word of God!!!
    And the Word of God also says in Revelation 22:17-21
    17 And the Spirit and the bride say, Come. And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that is thirsty come. And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely……
    20 He which testifieth these things saith, Surely I come quickly. Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus.
    21 The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.

    That, the VERY LAST VERSES in the Bible, God is STILL reaching out His Grace & Mercy to ANY sinner that comes to Him………..
    The Bible does NOT contradict itself, so even up to the very end the offer of salvation is out from God to us.
    I still say do not worry, stay in the Word, and forget about the Anti-Christ, Seek & Serve JESUS CHRIST!!!

    • I disagree about John MacArthur, what he said, is what he said. He also doesn’t believe giftings are for today. He’s not someone I follow personally, but you are welcome to that. Also God doesn’t say be ignorant about end times. In fact he critisized the Pharisees for not understanding the times in which they lived. They could discern the weather, but didn’t know it was the time for the Messiahs arrival. Furthermore, the wise men would not have found Jesus had they not been looking for signs of his coming. Much like today, we are to look for the signs of the Lords return, rapture. And be ready! Thats implies an action on our end. So yes we are to focus on Jesus and the time of his return, not one or the other. In reguards to the mark, if something comes out thats implantable in the hand or forehead, I’m not getting it! Could the mark be something else, possibly. I’ve heard it also taught that it could be the mark of Allah, but either way, people would still have to accept it and use it to buy and sell. Thanks for your input.

  7. I asked on John MacArthur’s website about that comment, and here is the reply they just sent me……
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    Unforgivable?
    Wednesday, October 30, 2013
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    by Phil Johnson

    Several years ago in a live Q&A session, someone asked John MacArthur if taking the mark of the Beast during the Great Tribulation would be an unpardonable sin. His answer, in short, was no. Though there is a stern warning against taking the mark of the Beast in Revelation 14, the sin is not categorically said to be unpardonable. (That would contradict Matthew 12:31.) The point of the severe language in Revelation 14 is to make clear what an utterly reprehensible sin it will be to swear an oath of willful loyalty to Antichrist.

    Someone posted John MacArthur’s reply to that question on YouTube with a melodramatic one-word title in all caps: “OUTRAGE.” Gossip-mongers on the Internet got hold of it, apparently, and within days someone wrote to our ministry saying, “I saw pastor John on a YouTube video saying the way to be saved in the Tribulation is to take the mark of the Beast.”

    Well—no.

    If someone listens to Pastor MacArthur’s reply and imagines he was saying it’s no great sin to receive the mark of the Beast, listen again; that grossly twists what he actually said. The question is not (as one writer suggests) “How Far Can You Go and Still Be Able to Repent?” The point John MacArthur was making is about the extremes to which God’s grace will reach in order to seek and save a sinner.

    Yes, Revelation 14:9–11 says, “If anyone worships the beast and his image, and receives a mark on his forehead or on his hand, he also will drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is mixed in full strength in the cup of His anger; and he will be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels and in the presence of the Lamb. And the smoke of their torment goes up forever and ever; they have no rest day and night, those who worship the beast and his image, and whoever receives the mark of his name.” Clearly, receiving the mark is a sin that will send those who commit it to hell.

    But the Bible also says, “Do not be deceived; neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor homosexuals, nor thieves, nor the covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers, will inherit the kingdom of God” (1 Corinthians 6:9–10). In short, all sin carries the threat of eternal doom, and some particularly heinous sins have a built-in hardening effect that makes them particularly dangerous. Scripture occasionally singles out common sins that have this peculiarly soul-destroying effect.

    On the other hand, only one very specific sin is ever said to be unforgivable. Any sin that is repented of is forgivable. Immediately after declaring all fornicators, drunkards, and swindlers unfit for heaven, the apostle writes, “Such were some of you; but you were washed, but you were sanctified, but you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and in the Spirit of our God” (v. 11). After saying, “Whoever denies Me before men, I will also deny him before My Father who is in heaven,” Jesus famously forgave Peter, who denied Him before men.

    Jesus Himself said, “Any sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven people, but blasphemy against the Spirit shall not be forgiven ” (Matthew 12:31, emphasis added). The one unpardonable sin was the sin of those who had seen His miracles with their own eyes; they knew He was the true Messiah; they were part of the generation to whom He was personally sent. And yet they attributed His powers to Satan. That was unforgivable because it was such a hard-hearted, willful expression of utter rejection from fully enlightened hearts, who punctuated their rejection with an extreme blasphemy. Those Pharisees had stood in the presence of the living embodiment of all truth; they heard His words and saw His works. All the mysteries of Christ had been unveiled before their very eyes. And yet they spurned Him. There was nothing else that could be shown to them to enlighten them further. They were not deceived; they knew full well what they were doing. That’s why their sin was unpardonable (cf. 1 Timothy 1:13).

    Revelation 19:20 indicates that multitudes will take the mark of the Beast because they are deceived. Scripture does not say that they are thereby automatically hardened forever against repentance. That is not the point of the strong warnings.

    This whole issue suddenly became a matter of intense controversy when it was mentioned on a provocative radio program. It’s certainly not worth all the ink that has been wasted and all the bandwidth that has been consumed by angry people demanding explanations and retractions. This much should certainly be clear from the biblical text (and I think would be affirmed by all sides): Taking the mark of the Beast is high treason against Christ and will be judged by God accordingly. Meanwhile, the Lord is “good, and ready to forgive, and abundant in lovingkindness to all who call upon [Him]” (Psalm 86:5).

  8. Just thought I would pass this along.
    I still believe we will be out of here in the Pre-Trib Rapture, so we will not have to worry about that…….Thank God for that!!!

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