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Former "Worshipful Master" of a Masonic lodge, Jack Harris authoritatively speaks about one of the most deceptive cults in the United States today—Freemasonry. This secret organization has ensnared ministers, elders, deacons, trustees, Sunday school teachers, and people all over the world in a web of lies and satanic rituals—all of which are veiled with the language of the Bible!
In Freemasonry: The Invisible Cult, Harris reveals the origins, history, basic doctrines and goals of Freemasonry, as well as secret passwords and oaths, satanic symbolism and rituals, and the "supreme Masonic word." Freemasonry is a false religion, teaching that men can approach God not through the finished work of Jesus Christ but through their own abilities. Discover how you can share the light of Christ with those living in the darkness of Freemasonry and how they can be set free from its deception.
Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Whitaker House
Publication Date: 2015
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A former "Worshipful Master" of a Masonic lodge, Jack Harris authoritatively speaks about one of the most deceptive cults in the United States today. This secret organization has entangled ministers, elders, deacons, trustees, Sunday school teachers, and people all over the world in a web of lies and satanic rituals--all of which are veiled with the language of the Bible!
Revealed in this book are…
- The origins and history of Freemasonry
- Its basic doctrines and goals
- The secret of passwords and oaths
- The "supreme Masonic word"
- The satanic symbolism and rituals
He was married, had two children, a great job, pay and benefits, as well as great health. In fact, he even believed that he had obtained a special knowledge of God, mankind, the universe, heaven, and how to live a successful and fruitful life. What more could a man ask for?
But after reading and studying various Masonic authors, he realized that Freemasonry considers Jesus Christ to be no greater than Moses, Elijah, Mohammed, or Buddha. Needless to say, his faith and trust in the teachings of Masonry were shaken.
He began to converse with pastors, read the Bible, pray, and debate with other Masons about who Jesus Christ is and where absolute truth is to be found. This went on for two years, until one night he decided to watch a Billy Graham crusade on TV.
As he listened to Reverend Graham preach, he finally saw himself as God saw him, a sinner without hope and on his way to hell. That night he got on his knees and asked Jesus Christ to forgive him for his sins, come into his life, save him, and be the Lord of his life. At that moment, he accepted the God of the Universe, Jesus Christ, and rejected the god of Freemasonry. He was set free by the One who is the Truth, Jesus Christ. The shackles of Masonic lies were broken.