From: Bill Steidtmann
In my previous article I connected Billy Graham to divided Korea’s 38th Parallel, the 1938 “LIE” hurricane, and John 3:8, along with Jane Roe’s (of Roe v. Wade) “brought forth wind” and Isaiah 26:18, because of Decision Theology’s error concerning God’s “pro-choice” birth control in choosing who will be born again of the “wind.”
John 3:7-8: “Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again. The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is every one that is born of the Spirit.”
Consider now this passage concerning God’s control over the preborn children Jacob and “Edom/Red” Esau: Romans 9:11-12, “(For the children being not yet born, neither having done any good or evil, that the purpose of God according to election might stand, not of works, but of him that calleth;) It was said unto her, The elder shall serve the younger.”
We can think of this “9-11” passage as September 11, but November is the ancient Roman 9-11, in that Latin “novem” means “nine,” and so we have the “novem”-11 birth of Man’s “children being not yet born” birth control: from Wikipedia, American Birth Control League, “... was founded by Margaret Sanger in 1921 at the First American Birth Control Conference in New York City … In 1942, the league became the Planned Parenthood Federation of America … the ABCL organized the First American Birth Control Conference at New York City, November 11-18, 1921.”
Decision theology is Man usurping God’s birth (again) control, proclaiming himself self-reliant, independent of God, and leader of his man-centered world. In decision theology salvation is not secured by the higher power of God in the 100-percent finished work of Jesus Christ, it’s limited to God holding out an “offer” upon which Man, as master of his own destiny, must decide and act. In this false gospel “salvation” is only that Jesus opened the gates of Heaven and, having done 99 percent of the work, waits to see if anyone will use their autonomous free will to enter, assuming that evangelists explain what to do with a groom who carries his bride up to the threshold and drops her just short of home. But what’s that got to do with Billy Graham (and his bride who went to school in Pyongyang) being spiritually connected to a divided Korea?
Ibid, Juche, “... is the official state ideology of North Korea, described by the government as ‘Kim Il-sung’s original, brilliant and revolutionary contribution to national and international thought.’ It postulates that ‘man is the master of his destiny’ … that by becoming self-reliant and strong, a nation can achieve true socialism. Kim Il-sung (1912-1994) developed the ideology, originally viewed as a variant of Marxism/Leninism until it became distinctly Korean in character while incorporating the historical materialist ideas of Marxism/Leninism and strongly emphasizing the individual, the nation state and its sovereignty … In today’s political discourse on North Korea, Juche has a connotation of ‘self-reliance,’ ‘autonomy’ and ‘independence.’ It is often defined in opposition to the Korean concept of Sadae, or reliance on the great powers … Juche considers human beings in general the driving force in history. It is summarized as ‘the popular masses are placed in the center of everything, and the leader is the center of the masses.’
Juche, North Korea maintains, is a ‘man-centered ideology’ in which the ‘man is the master of everything and decides everything’ … Juche believes history is law-governed, but that it is only man who drives progress, stating that ‘the popular masses are the drivers of history.’ However, for the masses to be successful, they need a ‘Great Leader’ … a flawless and incorruptible human being who never commits mistakes ...”