[Taken from the Prophecy Papers by Walter R. Dolen
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PR10: Great Falling Away
pr541Ľ In order to find truth in the Bible we look for patterns; we look in a Spiritual way for Spiritual patterns (See Duality Paper). Paul found patterns in the Bible and manifested them to his physical churches through his letters (Epistles). Throughout our papers we do our best to manifest the patterns found in the Bible. Before the day of the Lord there is to be a great falling away (2 Thes 2:3, 1 Tim 4:1). What does this mean? If we are alive at the end, will we recognize this falling away or departure from the faith?
This lawless man is the Beast man, the man who will rule the Beast system, and is in a shadow of Satan. Satan will be inside this lawless man misleading him during the last 1260 days (See Beast Papers, PR2, PR3). But what about the "falling away" or the "rebellion?"
"Tolerance of evil breeds more evil"
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