It was Jesus Christ who said, “I am with alway, even unto the end of the world” (Matthew 28:20). Now, I do realize that some translations like the NIV indicate that Jesus said, He would only be with us until the end of the age, which could be at the end of the Jewish Age, or the age of the gentiles, but clearly that is not what was said. Contrary to the modern versions of the Bible the King James Version clearly says, that Jesus Christ will be with us until the end of the world. Every believer knows that Jesus Christ is with us through the Holy Spirit that resides in each one of us, giving us conviction, comfort, counsel, and direction. So as we approach the end of days we should take great comfort in the fact that He will be with us until the end of the world. I daily, look forward to receiving His wonderful counsel in a day of great confusion when we are all, being pulled in different direction, many times by the enemy himself. Let’s ask the Holy Spirit to guide us into a deeper understanding of His work in us. Every true believer in Christ knows with all assurance that we have received a gift of the Holy Spirit to reside in us throughout the remainder of our journey here on earth. He is not just a Holy Visitor but a Permanent Resident that will never leave us or forsake us. This Third Person of the Trinity is at all times connected to, in relationship with, and at One with both the Son and the Father. What an all powerful love, to be with us, to reside in us, throughout all of life, during the best of times and the worst of times. Continue reading I’m With You Always
Crisis coming has been the regular diet for most Christians. I have personally never witnessed a time when the Christian community has been so caught up in the prophetic looking for every little sign and the demon behind every rock. Make no mistake, I too have written considerably about the things to come, warning God’s children, giving commentary on world events, and standing against the abuses of our age. On the other hand, I have also tried to balance it with godly counsel on how to stand firm and not lose hope. I have discovered that the Bible does the same, proclaiming the whole blessed truth giving much encouragement to God’s children who have in times past and in the present have had to deal with the most difficult of circumstances. There is nothing new under the sun. Just taking a cursory look in the past two thousand years of church history one does not miss the many times of persecution against God’s beloved children who stood their ground unwilling to waver from His magnificent truth. These true saints from the past and the present stood their ground not on all the signs that they had gathered or their knowledge of things to come, but on the pure teachings of God’s Word concerning the hope held out to every believer. Dear friend, do you have this kind of hope that will hold you secure during the coming crisis? Continue reading Crisis Coming Hope Ascending
Rev. Daniel W. Blair is a retired Southern Baptist Minister, who has studied at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas, served as Pastor of churches in both California and Kentucky, led many revivals, and preached internationally. Reverend Blair is the radio host of Tribulation Radio. He writes for his two popular websites Revelation Truth and Christians Against Psychiatric Abuse. Pastor Blair has also written four books to help Christians stand firm in the last days. His passion for helping Christians to overcome their many problems has led him to write Stand Firm, Godly Counsel for the Last Days and Guiding Principles for Biblical Counseling. Rev. Daniel Blair also produces Christian Videos on his YouTube channel Revelation Truth. His Tribulation Radio Shows also appear on his other YouTube Channel Tribulation Radio. Reverend Blair is committed to making himself available to other Pastors who are struggling in an impure world to proclaim the full gospel and help their flock stand firm. He and his wife, Robin, live in Round Rock, Texas. They have six children and fifteen grandchildren. He can be contacted by filling out the contact form.