As we quietly meander along life’s journey choosing our battles, aligning ourselves with one political party or the other, we feel as though we are really making a difference. We may feel as though we are on the right side of history. On the other hand, everyone is making their own political or religious statement casting a larger shadow of confusion over a beleaguered world. Everyone has his own opinion. In the midst of this confusion, the only thing we know for certain is that God’s true children will be persecuted. The Bible says, “Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you; and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name’s sake” (Matthew 24:9). So, what is happening now that causes this tremendous hate toward the Christian community? What are the early signs of Christian persecution? Should we prepare now? Christian persecution is much closer than you think. Continue reading Christian Persecution is Much Closer Than You Think
As we fast approach the end of days my heart aches for the church. It deeply grieves me to see her stumble and fall prey to the world. Spiritual eyes reveal the good, the bad, and the ugly. Yet, in all of her various forms she is still the church of the living God established by His Son, nurtured by the Spirit, and ministered to by each of her members. It’s instructive to see that Jesus Christ first addresses the seven historical churches in the book of Revelation prior to the unveiling of the great struggle between the powers of evil and the risen Lord. These timeless messages are for all the churches in every age from the first century to the coming of Christ in glory to defeat Satan and his host of wickedness. As Christ walks among the churches He is holding her messengers in His right hand (See Revelation 1:20) and with all seeing eyes He is continually giving her comfort, commendation, exhortation, and rebuke. It was Christ who established His church and indicated that the gates of hell would not prevail against her. (See Matthew 16:18) Simply put, all the false doctrine, all the schisms, and all the host of wickedness will not destroy the church. Jesus Christ loves the church referred to often as His Body. Continue reading Church in the Last Days
The founder, Rev. Daniel W. Blair has seen firsthand the psychiatric abuse from worldly counseling and psychotropic drug addiction. So many lives have been destroyed by leading people to put their trust in their counselor and his drugs instead of putting their trust in God’s holy counsel alone. Consequently most Christians no longer experience the joy of their salvation and the full extent of their transformation. Therefore, on June 19, 2014 CAPA- Christians against Psychiatric Abuse was launched to be a platform for a worldwide ministry to the Church. CAPA is a ministry to open the eyes of so many who have been blinded by a false gospel and addicted to mind altering drugs. Chapters will be started in cities across America and in countries around the world to spread the truth from God’s Word that through faith every believer in Christ can experience transformation where old things pass away and behold all things become new. Teaching every believer that God has given His children everything they need for life and godliness to solve any and all of their emotional and psychological problems without the intervention of psychology and their mind altering drugs. This is not a ministry of one, but a ministry of all God’s children who are willing to be light bearers in a very dark world.
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