Who knew that the man of perdition and his two sidekicks were singers! Be on the lookout for a really good singer who is a minister in the COG. He just might be the soon coming evil one.
As he and his two sidekicks arrive on the scene, the three of them will be singing Amazing Grace as they will start to deceive the women in the church first and then the men.
These guys are, essentially…because they’re with the Man of Sin—lawlessness, wicked, evil—they’re going to come in singing “Amazing Grace,” handing everybody a license to sin. With one hand they’re holding a song book singing “Amazing Grace,” and yet they have the power of sorcerers because they are—they have to be. They’re wizards. They are demon-possessed and they hand people a license to sin. People, who aren’t overcoming their sins, struggling, battling; starting with the women, who maybe can’t get over their sins. Men can’t either, but if you go to the woman, fool her, and just say, “Hey, you know, quit trying. You’re under grace. The Law is done away.”The Devil hates the Law. That’s why it says, in II Peter when it describes these people, they turn people back who had escaped corruption, and they’re likened to people going back like sows to the mire and dogs to the vomit…which we’ve read so many times in all of this. He’s called the Man of Sin. He teaches God’s people to sin, but says, “I’m Jesus Christ,” and probably says, “Meet Moses on my left and Elijah on my right,” and a lot of people over there are waiting for Moses and Elijah. If you think this is all a coincidence, first of all, you have to explain away why your God says wizards are coming and it’s going to get furious. But I’ve got more to tell you…and there’s going to be persecution. We could have read on down right before “evil men and seducers” all will suffer persecution.