We understand the use of the phrase “the falling away” applies to the end times we are now in, and we have all unconsciously used it, however this is no reason to change God’s words of the Authorized Bible, The King James Bible, to suit out our choice of words.  

Who is behind changing the King James Bible? Rome.

Q: Why would Rome want to change, subtract, add words, indeed, alter the meaning of many verses and doctrine?

A: To get people used to the idea of change, and that there is only one authority … and that is Romenot the perfect, infallible and inspired King James Bible.

If their priests can have the power over the wafer by transubstantiation, that is, pretending to turn the wafer and wine into the actual body and blood of Christ himself … which they can’t and is a massive lie, hoax and fraud … surely this gives them the right, power and authority to change the scriptures in whatever way they choose.

In their mind, this gives them the ‘authority’ to re-write the scriptures in many other places to suit their blasphemous doctrines.  

Rome’s Bible for Christians is The New King James Bible … and Dear Reader, you thought it was the NIV. Ah no! The NKJV is far more dangerous than the NIV.

A small case in point is as follows:

The Authorized Bible (Christian)

The New King James
(Rome’s Bible)

2 Thessalonians 2:3

Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;

2  Thessalonians 2:3

Let no one deceive you by any means; for that Day will not come unless the falling away comes first, and the man of sin is revealed, the son of perdition,

Throughout time, there have been many ‘falling aways’.

In the Book of Jude, we given the descriptions of what it is to fall away “Now unto him that is able to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy,” (Jude 1:24 KJ Bible). 

Falling from what? Falling away from the faith. Jude exhorts his readers to …earnestly contend for the faith…” (Jude 3), as “…there should be mockers in the last time, who should walk after their own ungodly lusts.” (Jude 1:18 King James Bible).

The church will fall away in allowing the following to enter the congregation:
Ungodly men (Jude 1:15)
Lascivious men (Jude 1:4)
Sodomites (Jude 1:7)
Greedy and covetous men (Jude 1:11)
Men without sound doctrine (Jude 1:12-13)

But put it this way, has there ever been a time in the history of the Christian church, that it hasn’t been falling away? No.  

Even in the Old Testament, do you not think, that God’s own man, Solomon, in his throwing babies into fires, this would have been a ‘falling away’? And you would be right. Now, I could agree with those who would say that this practice of sacrificing babies was absolutely despicable and abhorrent and should be called ‘the falling away’ from the faith.

So, in these latter days, if we have Christian churches sacrificing babies into fires, just before the rapture, we could rightly call this time, ‘the falling away’ as well, but until that time, God merely sees the plight of the modern Christian church as simply another ‘falling away’a falling away. It’s like “Here we go again! Another falling away! Just one of many!”

As stated, “When hasn’t there ever been a time of a falling away of believers?” Never.

So before the rapture, God says there will simply be a falling away, not ‘the falling away’.   

The term ‘easy believe-ism’ doesn’t apply to ‘falling away’ as the latter term is about the saints. ‘Easy believe-ism’ applies only to the unsaved.

Correct though! There is far too much “Try Jesus”, “Give Jesus a go” and “Let Jesus come into your heart” and so on, but this false gospel is directed at the unsaved.

We can all agree that the Christian church today is in a terrible mess and is falling away, but we need not put our own emphasis on Gods’ words, by calling it the falling away.

God has seen it all and had enough, and ‘wearily’ shakes his head as if to say “OK, time is up. Ho! Hum! Another ‘falling away’! I’ve seen bigger and more destructive ‘falling aways’. This is just another one … a falling away before the rapture. Time to wrap up the show folks!

Harley Hitchcock


Miracle #4 –
Peter’s mother in law (Matt 8:14-15  Mark 1:29-31 
Luke 4:38-39)


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