Monday, April 8, 2019
Is your head still spinning? If you are an American, I’m sure you never believed that anything like what has been described in these videos could ever happen on this soil; but please believe it! It is going to happen.
I want to encourage you to get a pen and paper, so that you can take notes on the Scriptures and to watch out for the various political concepts that have been and will continue to be introduced to you, so that you can study them and better prepare yourself.
Hold on to your seat; part #3 is just below.
Click here: https://youtu.be/hd0l8a4k4Ss
Monday, April 1, 2019
Part one of Buying and Selling was really heavy-duty for some of you who watched it. If it left you with your chin on your chest, you are not alone. When I first began studying that entire concept that was my response; but do not despair. Today’s video will repeat portions of the information and then enlarge upon it.
This is not an April fool’s joke – all of this will one day come to pass. The all-important question is where will you fall in it all?
Pay close attention and come back next time for part #3.
Part #2 – Buying & Selling:
Monday, March 25, 2019
Hopefully, you have been following along with my blog posts as I have introduced you to a fellow video blogger, David Barron. He has done many videos, which incorporates so much of what I have been saying, or have not as yet said, but believe.
This week, I am presenting #1 of a three-part series that he did, which explains what many prophecy believing Christians believe – that one day we will not be able to buy or sell, as predicted in Revelation 13:17.
Enjoy, and be sure to return for part #2 next week.
Click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFWbA
Monday, March 4, 2019
If you follow me regularly you know that I promote the love of Jesus, His soon coming and unveil those things that are contrary to His will. Today is no differently. Again, I have solicited the help of another believer who has made a short video that is quite telling concerning events soon to transpire upon this earth, the combining of church and state, and we both earnestly desire that all who read this blog will think carefully about what is being said. My earnest prayer is that all people will wake up, confess their sins, and make their calling and election sure so that they might be ready to meet Him in peace.
Click here to access: https://youtu.be/6lpof5gql2g
Monday, February 25, 2019
In the last blog, we talked about the mercy of God as revealed in His conversation with Moses on the mount. He passed by and declared the first part of His name as: “The Lord, The Lord God, merciful and gracious, longsuffering and abundant in goodness and truth…”
God declared Himself as “gracious”, but look at how Merriam Webster’s dictionary defines the word (this is lifted directly from the web.)
Definition of gracious
1a obsolete: GODLY
2a: marked by kindness and courtesy a gracious host
d: characterized by charm, good taste, generosity of spirit, and the tasteful leisure of wealth and good breeding gracious living
When you read that definition, did you notice the arrogance that emerged, especially in the last half? Being “godly”, to the world is obsolete; and being “pleasing” and “acceptable” is archaic. However, it is the goodness/graciousness of God that leads us, as individuals, to repentance.
God’s graciousness is more akin to compassion, mercy or unmerited favor toward one who is underserving. God is about love, not looking down on others or reserved to enjoying leisure, but rather He has identified Himself with us; sacrificed His only beloved Son for our salvation.
No, godliness, graciousness nor grace is obsolete – it is GOD! The ever present omnipotent God!
“The Lord said, “I’ll make all my goodness pass in front of you, and I’ll proclaim before you the name, ‘The Lord.’ I will be kind [gracious] to whomever I wish to be kind, and I will have compassion [graciousness] to whomever I wish to be compassionate [gracious].” Exodus 33:19 CEB translation
Monday, February 11, 2019
One of the most endearing passages in Scripture is Exodus 34:5-7:
“And the Lord descended in the cloud, and stood with him there, and proclaimed the name of the Lord. And the Lord passed by before him, and proclaimed, The Lord, The Lord God, merciful and gracious, longsuffering, and abundant in goodness and truth, Keeping mercy for thousands, forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, and that will by no means clear the guilty; visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children, and upon the children's children, unto the third and to the fourth generation.”
This scene took place, when Moses asked God to reveal Himself to him. God knew that Moses could not bear to see His face, therefore, He revealed to Moses His character; and notice that the first adjective He uses to describe Himself is ‘merciful’.
Listen to this short YouTube, as it talks about the “Mercy of God”. What on earth would we do without it?
Monday, February 4, 2019
There is no doubt in my mind that many of you reading this blog watched the Super Bowl yesterday. I didn’t; I spent the day in ministry at a prison. That doesn’t make me better than you, because at one time, I was as excited as you were whenever the professional basketball teams started their playoffs. And much like you, I worshipped around my television, enjoying sin for a season. Then one day the Lord woke me up and delivered me from paganism.
I pray that as you watch this informative video that you, too, will be spiritually resurrected.