Miracles are in the Old Testament too

Your Christmas/New Year cover story, ‘Proof that Christmas really happened’, bothers me! Not because I doubt Jesus was born, preached was killed for our sins and rose again. Nor do I doubt he is alive or that God is all powerful. I don’t take issue with celebrating 25 December as Christ’s official birthday.

It is the use of miracles as proof that concerns me because many miracles occurred before the first Christmas, and are recorded in the Old Testament.

Miracles are proof of God’s power and I’m concerned that non-Christians might stop reading after the first sentence.

Bridget Mutter


Recent deceptive developments

Trumpet sounds are being heard in the sky around the world, as well as circular cloud formations.

Some Christians are commenting that they can’t wait for the Lord to return.

Thankfully, others recognise that this is the HAARP technology to deceive the elect, if this were possible.

HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) is a weaponised weather programme currently being used worldwide to wreak mayhem, bring disease, and will no doubt be used as part of the Blue Beam Project to deceive everyone on earth, if that is possible.

Very shortly after this will come the holographic light show in the sky, mentioned before on this letters page. That is the Blue Beam Project, the deception that aliens are ‘in’, religion of all kinds is ‘out’, and the one world leader, the Anti-Christ, is the one all should follow.

We need to prepare by following Jesus closely, praying in tongues continually, or seeking this gift if you don’t have it, worshipping the Lord and believing his promises.

Ignoring the warnings is such an unsafe thing to do.

Rowena Osmond  

Belvedere, Kent

Aliens don’t exist

Last issue you printed a letter telling us to ‘Beware the Blue Beam project’, which would try to persuade us that aliens exist.

When considering all things ‘alien’, we must remember the Bible tells us strange things will happen towards the end of days, deceiving even the elect if it were possible.  So the whole UFO/Alien subject needs careful observance through the lens of God’s word.

Scripture tells us that Satan masquerades as an ‘angel of light’, so it should not surprise us if demonic activity is misinterpreted as ‘alien’. But to the spiritual eye they are demonic. Nowhere in the Bible, nor in the Apocrypha, is reference made to aliens.

Jesus called Satan the father of lies (John 8:44); he is the master of deception and dissimulation. Everything God creates, Satan perverts, twists and represents afresh to a naive and un-discipled world, often hungry for something supernatural.

There are things we are not yet meant to understand, whereas we will soon understand others.

For now, let us understand that as we approach the end we will see demonic activity, manifesting as alien activity. This will, if one is not careful, deceive even the elect of God.

Howard Stern

West Sussex

New year’s resolution

Happy 2017 to all.  When asked what my new year’s resolutions were, I answered, “None”, because if I must make a resolution, that means something is wrong.  If something is wrong, why wait for a man-made date to change it?

Psalm 1:3 says that those who delight in the Lord “will be like a tree firmly planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in its season and its leaf does not wither; and in whatever he does, he prospers.”

A tree doesn’t grow in a random way. It is steady and gradual. That’s the way we’re meant to grow, steady and gradual. Matthew 6:33 says, “But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.”

There it is, simple and uncomplicated.  Put Jesus first and things work.  Just as I don’t need a Valentine’s Day to remind me to love my wife once a year, we don’t need a new year’s resolution to put the Kingdom first. If something’s wrong, why wait for the new year to put it right?  We don’t even know how much time we have!

Lawrence Gentis

West Sussex

HEART’s letters page provides a forum for Christian opinion and contributions of up to 200 words long are welcomed, although more likely to be printed if you can make your point in 50-100 words. Letters may be shortened and all are sub-edited.

Letters deadline for the April-May issue is 7 March.

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. View our GDPR / Privacy Policy more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.