If you are a true Bible believing Protestant Christian and a person who really wants to serve God and promote the Kingdom of Christ on earth, you might also know that the most popular preachers and evangelists today, the ones who have the biggest churches, are the ones who are giving a “feel good about yourself” type of message and not telling the whole truth. The Bible says.
2 Timothy 4:3 For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears;
4 And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.
An example of one of the “fables” being preached today in evangelical churches is the Pre-Tribulation Rapture doctrine. Many Christians today believe the Antichrist will arise only during the last 7 years of man’s rule on earth just before Jesus Christ returns. They believe they will not experience tribulation during this time because they will be raptured to heaven just before the Antichrist comes on the scene. And what gives them reason to believe this? It all starts with the wrong interpretation of the final Week of Daniel written in Daniel 9:27! For more information on that, please see, The 70th Week of Daniel Delusion on this website.
From my observation, the most popular churches with the largest congregations are the ones with a pastor who has compromised in some way and is not teaching the whole truth what their congregation needs to know. Some examples from the past are Billy Graham and Oral Roberts, and the present are Joel Osteen and Rick Warren. None of them will give you the truth about who the Antichrist is. They themselves do not know. And why? Because they were deceived by a doctrine cooked up by Jesuit Francesco Ribera in 1580 which teaches that the Antichrist will fulfill the prophecy of Daniel 9:27. For your information, none of the Protestant Reformers of the 16th century believed that. All Protestant Bible scholars up to the 19th century, believed that the last 7 years of the final Week of Daniel was already fulfilled by Jesus Christ!
So can we take the principle of “the most popular preachers with the largest congregations are the ones not preaching the whole truth” and apply them to websites? I believe we can! How? Just look up the Alexa rating of a website and see how low the number is! The lower the number, the most popular it is. I’m talking not only about Christian websites, but also alternative media ones. Examples:
Let me tell you, any website that is within the top 100,000 Alexa rating is a high volume website that costs a lot of money to run every month! None of them are run on cheap shared hosting like this one. I pay only $60 a year for hosting this site. That including the yearly price of my domain name is only $80 a year. The Alexa rating for James Japan is presently 4,240,750. It was around 1,000,000 before, but Google recently changed policy to give priority to sites with SSL, meaning sites that start with https rather than http. I could get SSL for this website but I don’t for financial reasons. People like Alex Jones can afford to have dedicated servers costing probably thousands of dollars a month. You won’t hear the whole truth from Alex Jones. He will not tell you about the Vatican / Jesuit connection to the conspiracy to take over the world. And you won’t know what really happened from www.whatreallyhappened.com It will not give you the Vatican / Jesuit connection. It will go no higher than the International Banking cartel and point the finger at the Jews as the source of the world’s problems. I used to believe that but now I consider it disiinfo.
To sum up: The most popular websites with good Alexa ratings will not tell you the whole truth. All the truth telling websites I value, the ones who tell me the truth of the Vatican, the Jesuits, and who the Antichrist is are ones with Alexa ratings of a million or more. Examples
This list is by no means comprehensive. There are more good websites out there, just not very many.
If you use Firefox as your default browser, you can add an extension that will show the Alexa ratings for every website you visit. If you don’t use Firefox, you can go directly to the Alexa website at http://www.alexa.com/ and enter the website there.
I’m not saying every website with a good Alexa rating is disinfo. There are websites well in the top 100,000 that give good information such as http://www.hyperdia.com/en/ which will give you the schedules for trains in Japan. It has an Alexa rating of 44.995. I’m talking especially about websites that are supposed to give you biblical, historical, or political truth. Sites such as these that are ranked high in Alexa are the ones I am leery of. And of course sites with a poor Alexa rating does not necessarily mean they are good.
Just remember, the whole truth will never be popular with the world. Jesus said so.
John 14:17 Even the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive, because it seeth him not, neither knoweth him: but ye know him; for he dwelleth with you, and shall be in you.
Matthew 7:14 Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.