Lord, Help Us

I’ve been seeing videos on social media where people are literally fighting over toilet paper. Shoving, clawing, even biting fellow shoppers.

My heart breaks. It breaks for I glimpse just a mild foreshadowing of what is to come.

If people are reacting this way now, I don’t even want to imagine how it’s going to be when untold numbers of people disappear and the wrath of God begins to pour out upon the earth.

Lord, help us. Flood your people with your Holy Spirit. Holy Spirit, flood us with rivers of living water. Enable us to shine Your Light, dispelling the darkness.

Forgive us for our complacency. Forgive us for our materialism. Forgive us for conforming to the patterns of this world and making an idol of it. We have committed spiritual adultery and fornication and have both neglected You and taken You for granted. May we never again abuse Your grace.

Give us clean, pure, hearts devoted to You. May we draw closer to You, knowing in turn You will draw closer to us. May our eyes from this day forth be focused only upon You. May we seek for ways to serve You. May we walk in a way worthy of our calling.

Lord, may we be found worthy to escape the things to come.

Thank you for your finished work on the cross. Thank you for loving us and showing us true Love, for You are Love. Thank you for grace and mercy and may we never again abuse it. May we never again bring shame to Your Name.

In the Holy, Precious Name above all names, Jesus CHRIST-Yeshua HaMashiach, Amen.

Carnal Christians….by Ray Gano

The following is written by Ray Gano of Prophezine.

Carnal Christians / C.I.N.Os & Looking at The 10 Virgins

The Christian Church has long confessed that the books of the New Testament and the Old Testament are divine Scriptures, written under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. The Bible is absolute truth and it is infallible Word of God.

This is pretty much a given if speaking to someone who claims to be a born again Christian. Try it yourself next time you are in Sunday school, prayer meeting ect, ask folks if they believe that the Bible is in fact the infallible Word of God written under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit.

I would say most people you ask in those environments would agree with that.

If that is the case, why do people say that doctrine is not important and in fact “doctrine divides?”

I am hearing more and more of these sugar coated Christians that doctrine does not matter, all I have to do is “believe in Jesus” and “love one another.” Read More