The building of bridges between Islam and Christianity is something which is commonly referred to as Chrislam.
In an age of pluralism, it’s not really a surprise to see an attempt to mix Christianity and Islam. The early origins of Chrislam began in the early 1980s in Nigeria which is a country with significant dualistic religious nature of being both Christian and Islamic. This has been attempted by Shamsuddin Saka, a pastor in Lagos, Nigeria. His church is highly unusual in that when one looks on the lectern in it, one will see both the Bible and the Qur’an.
The basis for this is Saka going on the Hajj, the pilgrimage to Mecca. According to Saka, this was nineteen years ago (from the time of this writing) when he was in prayer and told by God to make peace between the two religions. 
In the services at Saka’s church, they begin with a Qur’anic prayer. The mood of the prayer is intense and like that of what we’d see in a Pentecostal service.
After this, the sermon speaks on prayerfulness and the commonality between Islam and Christianity.

In America Rick Warren has also come under some ferocious criticism for engaging with the Muslim community where he has talked about the common ground between the two faiths. Rick Warren, founder and pastor of Saddleback Community Church in Orange County California, addressed the convention of the Islamic Society of North America stating that Muslims and Christians must work together to combat stereotypes, promote peace and freedom, and solve global problems.

A new group called Faith Shared is now spearheading the move to merge Christianity with Islam,
The following is taken directly from the Faith Shared website:
“Faith Shared asks houses of worship across the country to organize events involving clergy reading from each other’s sacred texts. An example would be a Christian Minister, Jewish Rabbi and Muslim Imam participating in a worship service or other event.
Suggested readings will be provided from the Torah, the Gospels, and the Qur’an, but communities are encouraged to choose readings that will resonate with their congregations. Involvement of members from the Muslim community is key.
We will also provide suggestions on how to incorporate this program into your regular worship services. And we will assist local congregations in their media and communications efforts.
While there is a strong preference for all of the events to happen on the same day, a number of congregations held interfaith services in January and February giving us wonderful examples of how communities can come together in support and fellowship. 

Now, let me give examples of News related to Chrislam before I go into the Significance of this in the End of time. 

(1) The Christmas service in Saint Mary's Episcopal Church in Glasgow, Scotland which was celebrating the feast of the Epiphany was the cause of no small of controversy when it included a reading of Quranic verses that deny the deity of Christ.
Lest you think that these were read by the Very Rev. Kelvin Holdsworth for their historical or comparative value, video of the service shows the verses being recited in Arabic by a local Muslim student. The cathedral said it was part of efforts to build relationships between Christians and Muslims in Glasgow.
The student, Madinah Javed, 19, read from the book of Maryam, which tells the story of Jesus’s birth. It includes the Islamic teaching that Jesus was not the son of God. Muslims, however, revere Jesus as a prophet.
In this case, an explicitly anti-Christian message and Jesus was denied from the pulpit as the congregation sat and looked on.
The church was bombarded with more than 10,000 emails and social media posts condemning the inclusion of Islamic verses within the service.
The verses were used as if they were part of or compatible with the Church's message rather than in direct contradiction to it. The messages expressed outrage but also threatened violence against the Very Rev. Kelvin Holdsworth to the extent that he feared for his safety enough to contact the police.
The controversy did not end with the public outcry against the Rev. Kelvin Holdsworth, however.
The Rev. Canon Gavin Ashenden, one of the Queen s official 33 chaplains, expressed publicly his disapproval with the Quranic reading and, as a result, found himself on the receiving end of a royal reprimand.
Reverend Canon Gavin Ashenden resigned his position as one of the crown's 33 chaplains so that he may be at liberty to "speak out on behalf of the faith", after receiving his reprimand from Buckingham Palace.
In defending the faith, as he saw his actions, he was viewed as involving the Queen. Tradition dictates that the Queen must remain above politics and controversy.
After he found himself unable to voice his protest of Quranic verses that tell the stories of Jesus's birth while claiming that Jesus should not be worshipped as the Son of God, Rev. Ashenden decided that he would be unable to continue to defend the Church in his position and resigned his post with the statement,
"Because I think it a higher and more compelling duty to speak out on behalf of the faith, than to retain a public honour which precludes me doing so at this time, I resigned my post."
This was not the first time he had spoken out against the Quran as he had pointed out in a 2015 radio show that the Quran contains more than 100 verses urging Muslims to violence.
The Church is in a sorry state indeed when the deity of Christ can be denied and the beliefs of another faith espoused from the pulpit of a Christian church.
The Queen, as the realm's defender of the faith, rescues herself from any hint of controversy and the chaplain who stands up for Jesus finds himself forced to resign!

(2) The assembled Presbyterians no doubt thought they were being wonderfully open-minded and ecumenical; they did not realize that Wajidi Said was openly proselytizing for Islam. “Lead us on the straight path” is straight from the Fatihah, the Opening, the Qur’an’s first chapter and the most common and oft-repeated prayer in Islam. Islamic scholars identify the straight path with Islam itself.
And in invoking “Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Moses, Jesus and Muhammad,” Said sounded beautifully ecumenical himself to the ranked Presbyterians, aglow in their bloomin’ primness, but in reality he was reflecting the Islamic belief that those figures and the other Biblical prophets all actually taught Islam, but their messages were corrupted by their followers to create Judaism and Christianity.
Said’s statement: “The creator of the universe, the most merciful, the most compassionate and the Lord of the universe who has created us and made us into nations and tribes, from male and females that we may know each other, not that we might despise each other, or may despise each other,” is based on the Qur’an: “O mankind, indeed We have created you from male and female and made you peoples and tribes that you may know one another. Indeed, the most noble of you in the sight of Allah is the most righteous of you. Indeed, Allah is Knowing and Acquainted.” (49:13)
He was calling the Presbyterians to Islam. And they were eagerly receptive, of course, not wanting to appear “Islamophobic.”
“Allah bless us and bless our families and bless our Lord. Lead us on the straight path – the path of all the prophets: Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Moses, Jesus and Muhammad,” and so went the prayer offered up by Wajidi Said, from the Portland Muslim Community, as part of the “first order of business” during the opening plenary session of the 222nd General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA).

Christianity and Islam are diametrically opposed on the most important of issues – the identity of Jesus Christ. True Christianity declares Jesus to be God incarnate. The deity of Christ is a non-negotiable, for without His deity, Jesus’ death on the cross would not have been sufficient to be the atoning sacrifice for the sins of the entire world (1 John 2:2). Jesus Christ is God manifest in the flesh (1 Tim 3:16, Isaiah 9:6).
Islam adamantly rejects the deity of Christ. The Qur’an declares the idea that Jesus is God to be blasphemy (5:17).  Islam denies the death of Christ on the cross (4:157–158). The most crucial doctrine of the Christian faith is rejected in Islam. 
This controversy also comes at a time when a leading Egyptian cleric said on television that their prophet Muhammed would marry the Virgin Mary in heaven.
Dr Salem Abdel Galil, a theologian at Cairo’s prestigious Al Azhar academy and a former director-general of the Ministry of Religions, said on his television program that “Allah, hallowed be his name, chose Mary of all the women, alongside Asiya, Pharaoh’s wife, Aisha and Khadijea, Prophet Muhammed’s wives, and Fatima, the Prophet’s daughter.
There should be Chrislam at the first place based on these Truth above but, I know a one world religion is sure, it might not be Chrislam but Chrislam is a type of what to Expect very soon. Because many churches including Pentecostals must fall away from the true faith and the truth of the Word, and compromise their faith because of money like Esau, and go with their Harlot Mother, Babylon the Great. 

Now, my Analysis...... 

Chrislam, which has already made inroads into some of the Episcopalian and Presbyterian Christian churches across the United States.
Chrislam, if your not familiar with it, is a new brand of teaching which seeks to merge Christianity and Islam into one faith based on their common ground. The concept being that both faiths originate from the same root which is Abraham.
In addition to that, we are also witnessing high profile Muslim leaders taking charge of globalist institutions. For instance El Hassan bin Talal, brother of the King of Jordan was the president of the Club of Rome (a "Globalist Think Tank") for a decade from 1997 until 2007. Additionally, until his death earlier this year, the late King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia was the present head of the “Interfaith Center” in Vienna known as the King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz International Center for Interreligious and Intercultural Dialogue, which promotes
cooperation between world religions. 
Something must be going on. And it's nothing than, one world religion is gaining ground little by little. There must be a one-world religion, where by the Churches under the the world conference of churches will compromise the true doctrine of Christ, and make a one world religion with other religion all over the world. We even heard that Lutherans are Unifying back with Catholic. The harlot daughter going back to her Harlot mother, a great whore. Another good example of such is trinity, with trinity, all religion can come together and agree that they are serving the same God. This we can see in those news above, where churches are praying to Allah, Reading Quaran in church, in fact we have heard of News where Pope Francis visit mosques and Pray together with imam. Not only Pope Francis, I know of a popular Pentecostal Pastor in Nigeria that went to mideast few years ago and entered mosques with his wife, using headscarf and Pray together with Muslims in the mosque...... 

One World religion, church and state, etc is a platform that Antichrist will need to rise.... And his people are paving ways for that. 

Jesus is at the Door... 

This is the right time to come out of Babylon... 

In my next article, we want to see whether Islam is taking over the world is a valid question because if this religion is seizing control of the earths direction then what does this mean from a prophetical perspective?
Does the Bible give us the blueprint? What about the Illuminati? which I am sure you have heard mentioned so many times previously. Are they behind this Islamic revolution... What about Jihad and ISIS????  

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  1. This is a warning to all to put away every idolatry in form of Trinity



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