Another Gospel

Another gospel is part of three approaches to what is being preached in the last days. First, I would like to recap the first two parts. These are the “Age of Laodicea” and “The White Horseman.” These two parts lay the foundation for how the new gospel comes about. The Age of Laodicea lays the foundation and creates an environment for the White Horseman. The meaning of the name Laodicea means 'the rights of man'. This age elevates man's importance and lowers God's importance. This is done in two ways. Firstly, though, a worldly attack with the rise of Darwin's evolution theory and Marxism with the concepts that there is no God, and religion is the opium of the people. The seeds of doubt are being sown. Then the industrial revolution started creating much more wealth, and until the last decade, each generation has been wealthier than the previous. Rev3-17 You say, I am rich, I have prospered, and I need nothing, not realising that you are wretched, pitiable, poor, blind, and naked. Money is the enemy of the modern Christian. It makes us lukewarm, as Revelations says. We now have this poor environment for the White Horseman to raise the New Gospel in. The horseman starts out in the 1840s, as the age of Laodicea does. Firstly, the Catholic Church is attacked, as are the doctrines, and this moves out to the other mainstream churches and to all churches. We saw the rise of pseudo-Christian churches and, to complete the destruction, the introduction of new translations of the Bible. The Scofield and New English versions would be two of the worst. If I were to try to put these events into a sentence, I would say that this period stripped us of our “Fear of God”. This is what the 144,000 have been preaching: Fear God, for judgement is coming. All the groundwork for another gospel is laid, and now I will show how this works out in the real world. 2 Corinthians 11:4 mentions this gospel plainly and elaborates on it a bit. It is not just another gospel, but also another spirit and another Jesus. Whenever I mention another gospel, I also mean the other two as well. Revelations 10 is where I believe Revelations covers the subject.
In the mystery of the Seven Thunders did God say these things in the thunder, then change his mind? Then he forgot to take it out, or is there something essential in these apparently messed-up verses? If a mistake is not possible, then what is God saying to us in Rev. 12? Let's see if we can glean some information from it. There is an interesting angel that has the book in his hand: “Another mighty angel came down from heaven, wrapped in a cloud, with a rainbow over his head, and his face was like the sun, and his legs like pillars of fire.” A powerful and important angel
ic being. In fact, he is the most powerful and colourful of all the angels mentioned. It does look like the Holy Spirit, as I just mentioned.