Stop looking at the signs and start looking at your walk. So many in today’s world are obsessed at looking at the signs. From viewing one YouTube video after another to listening to every new false prophet that comes along, the Christian community is being forced further into captivity by the prince of darkness. Signs are important otherwise Christ would not have given them. Signs are like signpost that give directions and alerts us when we are close to our destination. To concentrate only on the signs and not the many other things necessary to be a good and safe driver would not only be foolish, but could end in tragedy. Well, it’s the same way when it comes to concentrating on the signs of Christ’s Second Coming and not on the many things it takes to be faithful followers of Christ. Yes, many things. So many things that Jesus Christ gave us the indwelling Spirit to remind us of everything He said and taught. The Bible says, “I have yet many things to say unto you, but ye cannot bear them now. Howbeit, when he the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth…” (John 16:12-13a). So, stop looking constantly at the signs and pay attention to your driving. Stop obsessing on the signs of Christ’s return in Glory and let’s agree to spend more time in preparation for His arrival by listening to God through the Spirit. Without the Spirit, the Bible would not be discernible. It would be a nice history book and wise teachings from an ancient Teacher, but remiss of Spiritual power. The power necessary for spiritual growth and faithfulness to God. Continue reading Looking at the Signs or at Your Walk?
If you could pull back the spiritual veil and see what Satan is doing in these last days would it be of interest to you? If you could see how he is sending out so much information on the internet, the news media, and YouTube to confuse Christians and set them up to be taken captive by the coming Antichrist would that be of interest to you? We live in an age that has been called the information age, because most of the world’s population has immediate access to nearly every subject known to man. So prolific is this information that it would be impossible to fully understand or to assimilate it with our finite minds. The world is on information overload, and there is nothing they can do about it. In the information age, many half truths are circulating over the internet and social networks. Continue reading Pulling Back the Veil