Fox presented us, not with cross of Calvary, but with the upside cross of the Satanic Church, and lit up no less. Illuminated. Illuminati.
“For if he that cometh preacheth another Jesus, whom we have not preached, or if ye receive another spirit, which ye have not received, or another gospel, which ye have not accepted, ye might well bear with him.” 2 Corinthians 11:4 (KJV)
The Jesus that Fox presented last night on ‘The Passion‘ is a Jesus not known to the pages of the Bible. Fox has taken the story of the greatest gift ever presented to this world – salvation through God’s shed blood – and reduced it to the level of an episode of ‘Glee’. This is how the Fox website describes it:
“Set in modern day, THE PASSION will follow the dramatic and inspirational story of Jesus of Nazareth, as he presides over the Last Supper, and then is betrayed by Judas, put on trial by Pontius Pilate, convicted, crucified and resurrected. The story will unfold live at some of New Orleans’ most iconic locations, while featuring a procession of hundreds of people carrying a 20-foot, illuminated cross from Champion Square outside the Superdome to the live stage at Woldenberg Park on the banks of the Mississippi River.”
That all sounds wonderful, but let’s talk about that ‘illuminated cross’ for just a moment. ‘The Passion’ by Fox presented us, not with cross of Calvary, but with the upside down cross used by the New World Order and the Church of Satan, Not only that, it was lit up no less. Illuminated. Illuminati. Are you kidding me?
Turning the cross upside down becomes a means of denying the truth of Jesus Christ and mocking His sacrifice.
Several black metal bands use an inverted cross to call attention to their supposed devotion to Satan. Upside-down crosses appear in horror movies such as The Omen and The Conjuring as a signal of demonic activity. The symbol crops up in tattoos, on pendants, and as a logo on t-shirts. Sometimes, it is accompanied by statements such as “Believe in Yourself,” “There Is No God,” “Black Mass,” or “Not Transformed.” In these contexts, the obvious intent of the inverted cross is to declare an opposition to Christianity.
Then there’s the music. There was not one hymn included in the entire soundtrack, not even a Contemporary Christian rock song. No, instead the decision was made to use completely secular songs with no mention of the cross of Christ, of His shed blood, of His resurrection, nothing. All of the power, majesty and sacrifice that was in place 2,000 years ago is completely missing in this production. When you understand what the Bible has to say about these events, and then you watch ‘The Passion’, you begin to see that this show is mocking what Jesus did on the cross, distorting it’s meaning and significance until nothing of the original remains. What you watched was a Jesus-less Christ, a Godless telling of the story of a sinless Man who was murdered for the sins of the whole world. In it’s place we are given crowds with cellphone cameras posting selfies to Instagram, cheering when they should have been weeping.
“Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me.” Revelation 3:20 (KJV)
‘The Passion’ is the perfect production for today’s Laodicean Church who have placed Jesus outside the Church, and replaced Him with the “Jesus” of the Emergent Church with no mention of sin or repentance. The only redeeming aspect of the entire production is the fact that is was largely rejected by the viewing public at large who rewarded it with low, low ratings.