Learning again and again to listen to the calling of God.
Bobby Conner and Jim Bakker are discussing the future of America, if we turn our backs on Israel. I am wondering if it is too late. But, even if it is, it is still every Christian’s duty to pray for the peace of Israel. What sort of people will we become if we do not stand up to Lucifer? I think the answer becomes more and more evident with every passing day.
We have nullified the works that our forefathers put into place for us. (2nd Chronicles 7:14)
And it is not as if we, as citizens, have fought very hard against these changes, we complain and murmur, but we do nothing, as a people. We must remember that we are a “People”… and rise up against the “powers and principalities” .. and put on our “Full Armor”. God has not left us with no way to fight! On the contrary, God gave us explicate instruction, He gave us all the details in advance, and He gave us “ears to hear”, and “eyes to see”. He told the church to take heed to the times.. WHAT ELSE could He have done? NOTHING!!!
I guess my point is to prod us all awake, to shake some of you up. It is my portion to help others, and in the process, fulfill my purpose. God is prompt and does not walk to help us, He runs. So, it stands to reason, that we should do likewise.
At the end of this journey, as life here on Planet Earth may be forever changed,(Matthew 24), May the people of God rise up, like a people chosen for this very point in time. May we join hands and seek the face of God Almighty. May the Lord Jesus Christ be our savior, and the words of the prophets resound in our hearts, as we take hold of the promises.
Today is a new day, with a new promise. God still is the one in control. There is No Power, No President, or King, no other kingdom, or entity who will prevail above Jehova God. The last kingdom left standing will be the everlasting kingdom; The Kingdom of God, in Christ. Forever will He reign, AMEN.
By John Blake, CNN
(CNN) -- When Peter Sprigg speaks publicly about his opposition to homosexuality, something odd often happens.
During his speeches, people raise their hands to challenge his assertions that the Bible condemns homosexuality, but no Christians speak out to defend him.
“But after it is over, they will come over to talk to me and whisper in my ear, ‘I agree with everything you said,’" says Sprigg, a spokesman for The Family Research Council, a powerful, conservative Christian lobbying group.