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Search The Scriptures: The Remnant Shall Return (Volume 3) Paperback – June 21, 2015
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He stated in the 2nd edition of this book on page 235 and 236, and I quote, "The Lord has revealed several things about the coming judgement upon America:" followed by several bullet points which conclude with "America as we know it is over, and will not survive to the year 2007." So the LORD *revealed* that to him and yet the information was demonstrably wrong given that it's 2015 and America is still here.
Of course, when pressed he could respond with "I mean that only America as we know it has not survived." Yet, in the same list of bullet points before the 2007 prediction there is the following:
"Civil war will come to America at the beginning of the judgement.", "The east and west coasts will be destroyed by nuclear fire.", "Biological weapons will be used in the other major U.S. cities.", and "The U.S. will suffer a staggering loss of life in the tens of millions.". Yet, he just meant that America would not survive past 2007 in a purely symbolic "as we know it" way. Right.
On page 31 of the 2nd edition he says "The great tribulation will therefore begin on or before March of 2006." That's a time period that credible scholars conclude will only last 7 years before Christ returns and will be a time of the greatest calamities the world has ever seen and will ever see again.
The author states "I'm not really a prophet" but yet on page 70 of the 7th edition of this book he says that "the highest prophetic office is held by those who can hear the Lord directly, and to those to whom the Lord speaks face to face" and he claims to audibly hear the voice of God and goes into great detail about it. Is it possible that one who "holds the highest prophetic office" can't even get the right year for America's demise or the correct start of the great tribulation?
On the same page he also states that "When a man of God speaks the true word of the Lord; their ministry and message will always produce hatred and scorn... for only the remnant can hear and receive the words of the Almighty spoken through his messengers." This is where he makes clear that only the special and true remnant will listen to him, and thus everyone who has hatred and scorn for the message are clearly "lost". This is known as "The emperor has no clothes routine". No, I think that people have hatred and scorn for the message because it brings reproach to the name of God and leads his precious sheep astray.
The talk about the remnant appears to be a device to flatter the reader into believing he/she is part of an exclusive club or secret, and Mr. Baruch divides the body of Christ in this way. Jesus Himself prayed that his followers would be one as He and the Father are one, and yet Baruch appears to be dividing them.
He also appears to have stated a falsehood in the past about seeing an interview with Janet Reno that NEVER actually happened. The interview turned out to be an urban legend that Baruch appears to have picked up online to weave into his stories in order to support the desired narrative.
He said on page 247 of the 2nd edition that "Janet Reno was interviewed on the CNN show, Larry King Live" and said "A cultist is one who has a strong belief in the Bible and the second coming of Christ." among other things. Then Mr. Baruch said on "I sat and witnessed this interview myself. I literally fell off the couch." This interview NEVER happened in reality. Do a web search and see for yourself. In the 7th edition of the book he edits this out and removes the specific references but keeps the general idea so as not to get caught in his own false witness, it appears.
In the 7th edition the new version states on page 208, "An official I shall not name was interviewed on CNN by Larry King". Why the change? Why is the official no longer named and the show no longer directly referenced? The reason is because the interview never happened. Yet in the 7th edition as well, Benjamin states on page 208/209 ""I sat and witnessed this interview myself. I literally fell off the couch.".
The rumored remarks from Janet Reno attracted enough attention at the time to spur Rep. James V. Hansen of Utah to query the Justice Dept. as to its authenticity. The response? "The plain fact is that the quote is a hoax."
So out of millions of Larry King Live viewers Baruch is the only witness to this interview.
Do a web search for "benjamin baruch janet reno" to find more on this.
SPOILER: Prince Charles is the anti-christ. Now you know and can go on with your life. Reading this book is like consuming a meal that never fills or drinking water that never quenches.
Some Biblical quotes for the reader to interpret:
"But the prophet who presumes to speak a word in my name that I have not commanded him to speak, or who speaks in the name of other gods, that same prophet shall die.’ And if you say in your heart, ‘How may we know the word that the LORD has not spoken?’— when a prophet speaks in the name of the LORD, if the word does not come to pass or come true, that is a word that the LORD has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously. You need not be afraid of him." (Deuteronomy 18:20-22)
"Do not bear false witness." (Luke 18:18)
"Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. Do not be led away by diverse and strange teachings, for it is good for the heart to be strengthened by grace, not by foods, which have not benefited those devoted to them." (Hebrews 13:8-9)