CAMPBELLTON, New Brunswick, May 10, 2023 – Just before God delivers his judgement on a nation and a people, he sends his prophets to warn them. The closer to the point of judgement, the more powerful the prophet. And so we see Abraham intervening for Sodom, Moses pleading with Pharaoh, Jeremiah railing at the Judeans, and Jesus clashing with the temple elders.

Along with sending his prophets, God also warns his people in other ways. Some of these are listed in Ezekiel 7:21-24:

I will give it into the hands of the strangers for a prey and to the wicked of the earth for a spoil…. My face will I turn also from them…. Wherefore I will bring the worst of the heathen and they shall possess their houses… and their holy places shall be defiled.”

Chief among these warnings is the mass invasions by “the worst of the heathen”.

No-one can deny that the spiritually worst of the worst are making their way to formerly Christian nations. As some politicians have dryly quipped, “they’re not sending their best and brightest”. But the invasion, which began as a trickle shortly after WWII and has since swelled to a tsunami, is organized, initiated, and permitted by God. It’s the collective just desserts of a fallen Christendom; in other words, former Christian nations have it coming, and there’s nothing we can do to stop it.

This is not an anti-immigrant or anti-refugee rant; this is a take-off-your-blinders-and-see-what’s-really-going-on-here exposé, aimed at God’s Church.  The most important take-away is that no-one can halt the invasion, as it’s been earned by those countries being targeted by the invaders. What God put in motion, no-one can stop. It’s God’s perfect justice in action.

There was a time when God’s backslidden people could have put on sackcloth and ashes and repented their way out of this situation, like the people of Nineveh, but that time is long gone. Once the tap has been opened full throttle and the invaders are pouring over the borders in numbers too great even to count, it’s too late. The window of opportunity to appeal to God’s mercy has slammed shut and there is no other exit.

How do we, as God’s people, deal with the invasion? First, we need to see it for what it is on a spiritual level and understand what it indicates, as I’ve explained above. There’s no stopping it, and even criticizing it means you’re working against God. Don’t do that. Secondly, you need to decide whether you want to live in the midst of the invasion or separate yourself from it. Being a child of God, you have that choice.

Jeremiah tried to warn his people to turn from their sins or they would lose everything God had given them since their arrival in the promised land. Instead of heeding his warning, they doubled down on their perversions and accused Jeremiah of being a turncoat (aiding and abetting the enemy). But God had instructed Jeremiah to plead with his people to surrender, as the destruction of Jerusalem would proceed as planned, with God himself fighting against his own people. The only ones who’d survive this horror were those who did as Jeremiah instructed.

We in the Western world are now in the same position as were the children of Israel just before their defeat. The more we support the godless West and its perversions, the more we call damnation down on ourselves and end up fighting against God. The last thing that we should be doing as born-again believers is fighting against God, even in support of our home country. Yet we shouldn’t be supporting the enemies of the West, either. We should support neither side, since the worldly powers-that-be are under Satan, and we don’t want to align with Satan.

Instead, we should remove ourselves to a small, quiet, out-of-the-way place, like Jeremiah did and like Lot did, and let God enact his judgement when and where it’s due. This is why God says to “Come out of her, my people!”. He doesn’t want his children to remain in spiritual Babylon and suffer the same reward as those who brought the punishment on themselves. We not only have the choice to flee spiritual Babylon so as not to “share” in her punishments, we have the obligation to flee.

In other words, “Come out of her, my people!” is not a plea; it’s a command.

Again, this is not an anti-immigrant rant. It’s an exhortation in support of God’s justice and judgement. The current massive waves of people into the Western world are calculated not only to destroy the economy of the West, but also to destroy its cultural cohesion, quality of life, food supply, services provision, etc., and yet this destruction has God’s seal of approval. Scripture warns that the “worst of the heathen” will be living in our houses and so they are. The West chose to live a godless life, and this is what a godless life looks like: God removing his blessings from his people and giving them to the enemy.

Knowing all this, how are we to proceed?

We need to accept God’s judgement as just, not fight against it. We need to remove ourselves from the flash points and take refuge. We cannot stop what is already in motion, but we can choose to survive it and live to preach another day.


The verses in Ezekiel quoted at the beginning of this article are followed by what I consider the darkest passage in scripture. I’ve written about it here. Ezekiel 9 shows God moving beyond mercy to judgement.

This shift is now underway in former Christian nations, and this is your final warning: Get out of spiritual Babylon while you still can or suffer the same fate as God’s enemies.

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