I have said for years that all of those environmentalist fanatics are more concerned about nature-worship religion than anything else. The zeal and fervor with which they worship their gods puts the average Christian worshiper to shame. Their commitment to the tenets of their religion is so extreme that they are willing to see the entire world industry and economy collapse, if need be, in order to please their nature, fertility, and earth gods.
At a recent climate change conference in Cancun, Mexico, these environmental extremists finally came clean and unashamedly called upon a Mayan goddess known as Ixchel. In her opening statements to conference attendees, Cristiana Figueres, the U.N. kahuna of climate change, called upon the goddess of creativity, weaving, and reason to inspire them.
In a Washington Post article entitled, "Cancun Talks Start with a Call to the Gods," Figueres is quoted as saying: "May she [Ixchel] inspire you because today, you are gathered in Cancun to weave together elements of a solid response to climate change...."
Now that they have left us without a shadow of doubt as to their true agenda, it is time for evangelical leaders across the world to rise up and acknowledge the truth. I realize that for many leaders who have buried their heads in the sand of cultural popularity, speaking out in truth will be a new experience. But for the rest of us who know the truth, let the words of the prophet Elijah ring in our ears, "Choose ye this day whom you will worship." If it is Jesus, the Creator of the universe, then say so. But if it is a mixture of Jesus and Ixchel, then this must be confessed.
The lure of false gods has been the greatest temptation for God's people from the beginning of time. Throughout the Old Testament God warned His people before they went into foreign lands that they would be tempted by false gods. But time and again, they fell for the deceiver's lies. No wonder Jesus ponders His return to the earth, saying in Luke 18:7-8, "When the Son of Man comes will He find faith on the earth?" May the faithful say, "Yes, come Lord Jesus."