Sunday Message: The Coming Slaughter of Christians (Video)


Although I never knew Patrick (Paddy) Heron, the news of his passing made me a little sad(1 Thess.4:13)  when I heard the news.
Beyond his teaching, the Dublin born author and speaker had a way about him that I found very likeable and down to earth.  He wrote and spoke about the last days, topics not always considered "mainstream".  He showed himself very able to handle the Word of God, rightly divided however. He taught on the "Mystery", a favorite and crucial bible truth of mine personally and something rarely that I hear preached, taught or even understood today by the Body of Christ at large.
Today's message from Paddy is my small way of honoring this man of God. -W.E.



FROM HIS DAUGHTERS ON HIS FACEBOOK PAGE: Hi all, this is Paddy’s daughters 
here. Our Dad passed away peacefully at home yesterday, January 2nd, at noon. He was very brave and had fought courageously since his diagnosis last July. We are so grateful and blessed to have had such an amazing father. His faith was relentless and when he asked God to take him he went swiftly minutes later. God truly answered his prayers. He is home. Thank you for your well wishes and prayers from us and our Mam, Catherine.

Apologies to those who are only seeing this now who we didn’t reach in person. Arrangements will be in the newspapers tomorrow.

God Bless, Emily, Leah & Klara.
Patrick Heron (born February 2, 1952) is an Irish author, born and raised in Dublin, Ireland. He became interested in bible prophecy concerning the “end times” around 1996.
His first book, Apocalypse Soon was published in 1997 and became a bestseller in Ireland.[1] Heron believes his book, The Nephilim and the Pyramid of the Apocalypse, is the first ever book proving who built the pyramids and why.
Isa. 57:1 Good people pass away;
the godly often die before their time.
But no one seems to care or wonder why.
No one seems to understand that God is protecting them from the evil to come. WHOM HAVING NOT SEEN YOU LOVE


1 Peter 1:8 You love him even though you have never seen him. Though you do not see him now, you trust him; and you rejoice with a glorious, inexpressible joy.
 

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