The Delusion of Their Own Goodness…

And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.( 2 Thessalonians 2:10-12)

Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!  Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight! (Isaiah 5:20-21)

How is it that people all over the western world are participating in celebrations of perversion, marching in the streets with various sexual degenerates, allowing children to participate with adult men, in acts of depravity, and even pushing now, for pedophilia, and yet they do not believe they are evil, in fact they believe they are good?

Part of the delusion that is damning people, is the illusion of their own innate goodness. They actually believe that what they are doing is somehow righteous, they think they are marching for “human Rights”, and that they are standing up for the marginalized and persecuted of society. So they bring their children to a parade which features grown men in obscene leather costumes, and transvestites are there as well as the whole panoply of degeneracy.

In our lifetime the consensus of what is “good” has changed, and of what is “evil”in our western society.

Formerly the consensus in this once Christian country was basically Biblically informed. Sexual sins were universally considered evil, thus though they have always existed among us, there was a good deal of shame associated with things such as adultery, Divorce, illegitimacy or any other deviation from the Christian understanding of Righteousness.

Obviously , people being fallen sinners, there have always been those who fail to live up to their own standards, and there will always be hypocrites. But there was a consensus on good and evil. Good was to be admired and evil to be shunned, it was just that simple.

The battle in society is “Good against good”, what God says is good, and what man determines from himself to be good. One can be an adulterer, but if he is pro choice, and anti smoking, and openminded to progressivism he is considered “good”.

The new “good” is tolerance, openness to nearly everything, non-judgmentalism, unconditional love, and never, ever telling anyone they are wrong. This is the new good.

Abortion is now seen as responsible, and a good choice… those who oppose it are hateful and spiteful.

Families are lining the streets to celebrate June as “Pride Month”, (Pride is now good). Mothers fathers and children get in on the wholesome family fun, rainbow themes dominate clothing, costumes, flags and t-shirts. Supposedly ‘history is being made’ and no one wants to be on the wrong side of history.

This is how millions are being blinded, and deluded to hell itself.

Had there been an attempt 60 years ago, at one of these modern “Gay Pride Marches” with all of the disgusting public displays that go along with them, there would be a massive outrage, arrests, convictions and much indignation. There was still enough of the light of God’s word to give clarity to the people, even to unsaved people.

But our sense of “right and wrong” has been blurred, exchanged and even reprobated.

And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do those things which are not convenient;  Being filled with all unrighteousness, fornication, wickedness, covetousness, maliciousness; full of envy, murder, debate, deceit, malignity; whisperers, Backbiters, haters of God, despiteful, proud, boasters, inventors of evil things, disobedient to parents,  Without understanding, covenantbreakers, without natural affection, implacable, unmerciful:  Who knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them. (Romans 1:28-32)

Read these words and weep! Is this not a description of our generation? I believe that the Delusion is coming upon people right before our very eyes.

There is a spectrum of reprobation;

People go from knowing something is wrong, but shamefully indulging into it…

to doing something wrong, just because it is wrong…

to Loving wrong and evil,

to having an incapacity for shame…

to actually thinking wrong is right…

finally at the end, the reprobate thinks right is wrong and evil!

Yet these very people in many cases, think that they are good; they are the champions of human rights, and free expression. They are throwing off the shackles of the haters, and liberating society.

They also have developed a bias that decent people who would have a problem with children being slaughtered in the womb, or being used to participate in debauchery, are haters, evil, narrow minded bigots! Paul warned us that they would be “Haters of those who are good”.

Are we ready for the deep contempt, for the perception and disenfranchisement which is coming? “All those who will live godly in Christ Jesus, will suffer Persecution”.

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15 Responses to The Delusion of Their Own Goodness…

  1. Hope says:

    When Jesus mentioned the two eras of Noah and Lot as being one, He tied the rainbow symbol of Noah’s day to the homosexuality of Lot’s day. My understanding is that the rainbow symbol was first associated with homosexuality in 1978. We’re now in its 41st year. What Jesus didn’t tell us is that we’d be sick of rainbows by the time it’s all over! Also, has anyone noticed that Noah is now the second most popular baby boy’s name? Seems it’s safe to say that these are literally the days of Noah. God give us courage to stand strong. Thank you, Pastor Bill, for speaking out so boldly!

  2. Dan says:

    May God have mercy on us and turn our hearts back to Him. How relevant God’s Word is to us in the 21st century.

  3. standingfirm says:

    I would be severely depressed seeing and hearing all that is going on now if it were not for God’s word. His word helps us understand why all of this is happening now, even if we hate it! The Lord gives direction and such hope for His people and will wipe away every tear! The part of the post that said not to tell anyone they are wrong reminds me of my extended family right now. Several have grievously sinned (and call themselves a Christian) and no one says a word. Right now there is no accountability at all. I am the only one who has pointed out the wrongdoing from scripture and all gets ignored. I never thought I would see the day of all of this. Not only do we have to see the decay of our society but have to endure severe persecution from relatives who are nominal Christians. I long to be out of here and be with the Lord where His righteousness reigns forever and ever!! Hallelujah!!

  4. Crystal Johnson says:

    Thank you Pastor Bill – you have your ‘finger on the pulse’ and are not afraid to say it like it is. May God bless and keep you and protect you and your family as you continue to speak the Truth in the love of God. May He be merciful …. even though we don’t deserve it.

  5. Hi Pastor Bill. I just have a question I hope you don’t mind my asking. A few Christians have been talking to me lately about the Book of Enoch. I’ve never read it so it’s hard to answer them. I know it’s obviously not the inspired Word of God, but just wondering what your take is on it?
    I hope all the family is well.

    • billrandles says:

      Good to hear from you Belinda, I hope I see you and your fam in July when I come over. The book of Wnoch is not canonical but is valuable because it would have been familiar to the Jews of the first century. I do not trust it other than as a historical reference like Josephus. The Holy Spirit does not require us to rely on it, other than the portion Jude was inspired to cite, love pas bill

      On Fri, Jun 21, 2019 at 9:23 PM Pastor Bill Randles Blog wrote:


      • THanks Pastor Bill, I understand what you mean and I thank you for clarifying it for me. It would be great to see you in July. I didn’t know you were coming out, so we will find out where you are visiting and hope to see you.
        Btw, your sermon “A Door Stood OPen in Heaven” based on Revelation is one of the best sermons I have ever heard, so anointed and really blessed me.

        God bless!!

  6. Maureen Leigh says:

    Pastor Bill last time you were at Watchorn church I mentioned my grand daughter had said she wanted to be a boy, upset me terribly. I was told just to stick to the truth, which I did. She has since moved south with her mum and they both love it. . but she has been difficult to handle. After some time she had her mobile phone taken away, then asked to talk to her mum. “I am sorry for how I’ve behaved mum, it’s this transgender business: I’m sick of it all and I want to give it up”
    Praise the Lord, He hears our prayers, in the darkest days He shines His light on us. Let’s remember always to pray and not give in.
    My daughter is often ill, she has health issues (diabetes, etc) in hospital as I type this but God is helping..and I believe more thsn we realise.

  7. Helen Hichens says:

    Persecution is coming speedily upon believers in the Western world who hold to GOD’s Truth. May the Holy Spirit prepare us and give us the words to say to a dying world in these most perilous times. In Jesus’ Name.

    • Dan says:

      Just this morning in our adult Sunday School class at church, the discussion of persecution, tribulation and suffering and there were believers there who think those things are not for us who have faith. I’m sure it’s the influence of the prosperity gospel and “pastors” like Joel Osteen.

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