Conspiracy Theories Abound

by Zeke Flores

I can't count all the conspiracy theories I've heard in my life. Let's see, there are the ones about the Illuminati, Opus Dei, the Masons, the grassy knoll in Dallas, whether man landed on the moon, aliens, and many, many more. Conspiracies excite the imagination because folks like to believe in something about which the "common people" might not have information. Sometimes conspiracies instill fear based on a thread of circumstantial "evidence" rather than in concrete fact. Then, people start acting crazy.

What people should fear is not a conspiracy theory, but a fact based on provable predictive prophecy and God's unrelenting efforts to make it known to everyone. The simple fact is: We will be judged.

Point people to the revealed provable truths in the Bible when they ridicule you for believing in some crazy conspiracy theory concerning the coming judgment, not to instill fear, but to establish hope.

"You are not to say, 'It is a conspiracy!' in regard to all that this people call a conspiracy, and you are not to fear what they fear or be in dread of it.
It is Yahweh of hosts whom you should regard as holy.
And He shall be your fear,
And He shall be your dread.
Then He shall become a sanctuary ..." (Isaiah 8:12-14).

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