VIDEO The Final Battle

 Oct 6, 2013


This is the English Version .This movie was originaly created in brazil and in the portuguese language. There are no subtitles and this is the english version. It is available from other yotube users as La Ultima Batalle in portuguese or The Final Battle in English. This is and old classic movie by todays standards and it has been upscaled to the best possible quality HD 720. however please don’t expect HD like today, this is a remastered movie taken directly from youtube and upscaled and the audio was remastered too. so turn the volume up and let the movie load for a few minutes if your’e experiencing any difficulty in playback, thank you


A low profile gang member , young 22 year old Lucas finds himself in a soon to be persecuted christian church with his peers while living the double life. Throughout his life, he has had the protection of his guardian angel and had been convicted many times of the Holy Spirit to leave behind his affiliation with crime as soon as he became a man. One day, when it all boils down to prophetic intensity , Biblical truth starts unveiling in real life across the planet as and everyone is faced with the decision to keep the commandments of God or not. As the end of the world looms , The churches that preach the real truth about the sabbath day are persecuted and many of its members flee into other churches to keep a Forced and false deceitful sabbath day, for national and financial security, which happens to be the mark of the beast. Some quit their faith in God and the truth preaching persecuted church totally to live their own lifestyles. However , many members of society start hearing this truth for the first time in their lives and they become well informed about the global political and financial deception. These people then choose to follow God and strengthen their faith to unshakable foundations and soon replace the places of those that left their faith and believe in Bible Truth.And When everyone has had the Chance, the End Of The World Happens Fast.

What will Lucas choose , will he be saved or lost ……….. find out and enjoy.

This movie does not contain or support the theory f the Rapture and does not add to bible specified truths in the book of revelations therefore it is the most accurate christian movie to date though made a few years ago. ..

Q & A.

1. Are microchips the mark of the Beast ?

…Microchips are not the mark of the beast, the internet is just as good as a microchip for tracking people down, but the internet is not the mark of the beast.
The mark of the Beast is your identity by whom you worship, The True Sabbath Day which God rested on when he created the earth, is God’s mark because those who acknowledge it show that they worship the Creator and his Laws.

Those who worship on another Sabbath , which will be enforced by political laws, show that they worship the political and financial law makers of the world instead the laws of the Creator Himself . God is good and does not force or persecute people to keep his law. So even if people profess to go church and Honour God on the National Sunday( sunday sabbath) Law- aka NSL, they still keep a sabbath which was not instituted by the Creator Himself so , they are honouring the BEAST, who works through the powers of the world and also spiritual forces. thank you.

Choosing God

And Elijah came to all the people, and said, “How long will you falter between two opinions? If the Lord is God, follow Him; but if Baal, follow him.” But the people answered him not a word. 1 Kings 18:21

Computer operating instructions are written in ASCII binary code—the arrangement of zeros and ones to represent a piece of instruction. For example, the letter “W” is written as 01010111 and the letter “a” is written as 01100001. Behind the symbols and words in which software is written are strings of zeros and ones.

Any time we are faced with an “either/or” situation, we say it is a binary choice. Zero or one; open or closed. When it comes to life, every person has a binary choice to make: God or not-God. Joshua challenged the Israelites to choose between God and Baal, and Elijah issued the same challenge. Jesus put it in terms of serving God or money (Matthew 6:24). And Peter and John saw the choice as between obeying God or man (Acts 4:19-20). All those challenges represent binary choices. There is only one God, so our choice is whether to serve Him or not.

When making a choice, choose God. Make sure your actions reflect Him and what He has taught us to be true. It is a binary choice.

The essence of faith lies in the heart’s choice of Christ.  Charles H. Spurgeon

True Worship

Exodus 20:1-7

Most of us go to church on Sundays to worship God, but is worship truly what we are doing? Often we associate the word with music in a service, but its meaning involves much more than that. An adequate definition may be difficult to express concisely, but think of worship this way: When one’s mind is occupied with thoughts of God, the heart overflows in an outpouring of awe, adoration, and praise to Him.

It’s helpful to notice the order so that our expressions of worship may be most pleasing to God—starting in the mind, moving to the heart, and working itself out in words and action. Therefore, the accuracy of our perception of God determines the validity of our response.

In other words, it’s essential to pay attention to what God has revealed about Himself. And that’s why the Lord spoke to the Israelites shortly after delivering them from Egyptian bondage—they needed to understand who He was so they could worship Him appropriately.

Today we have more revelation about God than they did, because He’s given us His inspired Word and His Son Jesus. Yet even an entire lifetime spent studying the Scriptures would give us only a glimpse of our infinite, transcendent, eternal, all-powerful Father. However, the more we seek to understand and know Him, the deeper and more meaningful our worship will be.

We all need to grow in this area, and the best way to begin is in our private time with the Lord. Each time you read a Bible passage about Him, let it take root in your mind, overflow to your heart, and pour out in worship.

Fear of the Lord Is The Beginning

“Then had the churches rest . . . and were edified; and walking in the fear of the Lord, and in the comfort of the Holy Ghost, were multiplied.” (Acts 9:31)

There is something of a paradox in this requirement to “fear the Lord.” On the one hand, we “have not received the spirit of bondage again to fear” but have received “the Spirit of adoption” (Romans 8:15). On the other hand, we are told to “cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh and spirit, perfecting holiness in the fear of God” (2 Corinthians 7:1).

Our text insists that we are to be “walking in the fear of the Lord.” Obviously, the context illustrates a lifestyle of godly behavior that is produced by our attitude toward God’s sovereign majesty and unique holiness as the Creator and Sustainer of all things. We should “worship the LORD in the beauty of holiness: fear before him, all the earth” (Psalm 96:9).

It is clear that the “beginning of knowledge” (Proverbs 1:7), the “beginning of wisdom” (Proverbs 9:10), and the “instruction of wisdom” (Proverbs 15:33) are founded in the fear of the Lord. It is also clear that the fear of the Lord is that which mimics God’s hatred of “evil: pride, and arrogancy, and the evil way, and the froward [perverse] mouth” (Proverbs 8:13).

But the one who fears the Lord also knows “strong confidence” (Proverbs 14:26) and has an unwavering satisfaction in his or her life (Proverbs 19:23). Indeed, such godly fear promises to prolong our days (Proverbs 10:27) and to be a “fountain of life” that keeps us from the “snares of death” (Proverbs 14:27).

Knowledge of God should produce a “godly fear” (Hebrews 12:28) as we serve in the Kingdom—fear of His power and holiness and omniscience—yet also provide a steadfast rest in the knowledge that we are His workmanship (Ephesians 2:10), gifted not with timidity, but with a spirit of “power, and of love, and of a sound mind” (2 Timothy 1:7). HMM III

Our Eternal Enmity

Beloved, think it not strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you… but rejoice, inasmuch as ye are partakers of Christ’s sufferings; that, when his glory shall be revealed, ye may be glad also with exceeding joy.

—1 Peter 4:12-13

There are two spirits in the earth, the Spirit of God and the spirit of Satan, and these are at eternal enmity. The ostensible cause of religious hatred may be almost anything; the true cause is nearly always the same: the ancient animosity which Satan, since the time of his inglorious fall, has ever felt toward God and His kingdom. Satan is aflame with desire for unlimited dominion over the human family; and whenever that evil ambition is challenged by the Spirit of God, he invariably retaliates with savage fury….

It is possible within the provisions of redemptive grace to enter into a state of union with Christ so perfect that the world will instinctively react toward us exactly as it did toward Him in the days of His flesh….

It is the Spirit of Christ in us that will draw Satan’s fire. The people of the world will not much care what we believe and they will stare vacantly at our religious forms, but there is one thing they will never forgive us—the presence of God’s Spirit in our hearts…. Satan will never cease to make war on the Man-child, and the soul in which dwells the Spirit of Christ will continue to be the target for his attacks.   WOS003-004

Lord, thank You for victory through Jesus Christ. Amen.


He might gather together in one all things

That He might gather together in one all things in Christ both which are in heaven, and which are on earth.—Ephesians 1:10.


For all the saints who from their labors rest,

Who Thee by faith before the world confessed,

Thy name, O Jesus, be forever blessed.


Oh, blest communion! fellowship divine!

We feebly struggle, they in glory shine,

Yet all are one in Thee, for all are Thine.


William W. How.


In the glorious company of the apostles, the goodly fellowship of the prophets, the noble army of martyrs, the holy Church throughout all the world is one. Therefore year by year let us reverently commemorate their names, remembering what they were, but steadfastly gazing at what they are. Their very words are still ringing in our ears: of some the beloved image too is full before us. Let us live is they would bid us, could they still speak: let us fulfill their known behests, following in their steps, filling up the works that they began, carrying on their hallowed offices, now bequeathed to our care; let us be like them in deadness to sin, and unceasing homage to our unseen Lord. As we grow holier, we grow nearer to them; to be like them is to be with them even now they are not far from us, we know not how nigh.

Henry Edward Manning.


Perfection And Yes Preservation

“Faithful is he that calleth you, who also will do it.” 1Thess. 5:24

What will He do? He will sanctify us wholly. See the previous verse. He will carry on the work of purification till we are perfect in every part. He will preserve our whole spirit, and soul, and body, blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.” He will not allow us to fall from grace, nor come under the dominion of sin. What great favors are these! Well may we adore the giver of such unspeakable gifts.

Who will do this? The Lord who has called us out of darkness into His marvelous light, out of death in sin into eternal life in Christ Jesus. Only He can do this: such perfection and preservation can only come from the God of all grace.

Why will He do it? Because He is “faithful” — faithful to His own promise which is pledged to save the believer; faithful to His Son, whose reward it is that His people shall be presented to Him faultless; faithful to the work which He has commenced in us by our effectual calling. It is not their own faithfulness, but the Lord’s own faithfulness, on which the saints rely.

Come, my soul, here is a grand feast to begin a dull month with. There may be fogs without, but there should be sunshine within.