As we approach a One World Government, keep an eye on The World Council of Churches.
The World Council of Churches began in 1948 with 147 denominations from both Protestant and Orthodox backgrounds. Today, it has grown to include 293 member denominations representing some 400 million people. At the expense of solid biblical doctrine, the group focuses on bringing all churches into “a visible unity in one faith and one eucharistic fellowship.” While the original goal of the ecumenical movement and the WCC was “the unity of the churches,” the new vision of the WCC is for “the unity of all religions – and, in fact, all mankind.” It has become, in essence, a modern Tower of Babel, complete with heretical beliefs such as:

“Through Baptism we are redeemed from the powers of sin and death and incorporated into the one body of Christ.”

“Put succinctly, salvation is a total involvement of God in the world.” The WCC is fully committed to the creation of a new societyWCC 1 based on socialistic principles deceitfully called “The Kingdom of God.” In its own words, “We call upon the churches to move beyond charity, grants and traditional programming to relevant and sacrificial action leading to new relationships of dignity and justice among all men and to become THE AGENTS FOR THE RADICAL RECONSTRUCTION OF SOCIETY.” An essential part of this “reconstruction” is the redistribution of wealth, and the focus of its activism is not traditional religious issues, but rather environmental and social-political issues.

WCC climateFrom its inception, the organization has taught the Universalist view that everyone is going to heaven. This view has morphed into its present view that sees the world as one gigantic family and itself as the family’s greatest social and economic helper. It still maintains a religious flavor, claiming that all religions, whether they know it or not, envelop Christ. All members are encouraged to witness, which, to them, means to promote peace and justice, and to speak boldly for God’s creation. Climate change and poverty are due to the detrimental impact of mankind and the theology that teaches that man is to rule over the earth. The WCC seeks to impose “ecological justice” on the world to atone for the environmental sins of man.

The WCC has established and strengthened ties with two very significant organizations: the United Nations and the RomanWCC Israel Catholic Church. The WCC has grown so close to the Roman Catholic Church that they now say, “The days of winning converts from each other are over. The WCC promotes disarmament and has taken strong stands against U.S. National sovereignty and security, Western Imperialism and capitalism, while promoting Communism and national sovereignty and security for the many new nations and governments that have been formed through communist revolutions. To round out its anti-biblical beliefs, the WCC is profoundly anti-Israel, blaming Israeli “occupation” for all the Palestinian suffering over the last 40 years.

RC ChurchAs we move closer to a One World Government and a One World Religion as alluded to in the 17th chapter of Revelation, the WCC seems poised to play a key role. This seems even more likely when you consider its close ties to the United Nations and the Roman Catholic Church. If your church is included in the following list, You should seriously consider finding a new church.

African Methodist Episcopal Church; African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church; American Baptist Churches in the U.S.A; American Lutheran Church; The Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of New York and all North America; Christian Church (Disciples of Christ); Christian Methodist Episcopal Church; Church of the Brethren; The Episcopal Church; Hungarian Reformed Church in America; International Evangelical Church; Lutheran Church in America; Moravian Church in America (Northern Province); Moravian Church in America (Southern Province); National Baptist Convention of America; National Baptist Convention, U,S.A., Inc.; National Council of Churches of Christ in the U,S.A.; National Council of Community Churches; The Orthodox Church in America; Polish National Catholic Church of America; Presbyterian Church in the United States; Progressive National Baptist Convention; Reformed Church in America; Religious Society of Friends – Friends General Conference – Friends United Meetings; United Church of Christ; The United Methodist Church; The United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.
The Anglican Church of Canada; Canadian Council of Churches; Canadian Yearly Meeting of the Society of Friends; Christian Church (Disciples of Christ); The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Canada; The Presbyterian Church in Canada; The United Church of Canada,