20 “Thus says the LORD of hosts: (Remember This Is Jesus Speaking: He Is The LORD of Hosts)
‘ Peoples shall yet come,
Inhabitants of many cities;
21 The inhabitants of one city shall go to another, saying,
“ Let us continue to go and pray before the LORD,
And seek the LORD of hosts.
I myself will go also.”
22 Yes, many peoples and strong nations
Shall come to seek the LORD of hosts in Jerusalem,
And to pray before the LORD.’
23 “Thus says the LORD of hosts: ‘In those days ten men from every language of the nations shall grasp the sleeve of a Jewish man, saying, “Let us go with you, for we have heard that God is with you.”’”
Thursday, April 1, 2010
There is something about this painting that stirs my spirit man.
The Apostels were real men. They lived real lives. They walked in the real
power of God! Oh my fellow Christian, cant you see the damage religious tradition has done?
God is speaking, are you listening to Him?
Do you really discern the time we are in? Soon the answer to that will be made very clear to you and those around you. You will know whether you have a living faith, in a Risen Lord, or whether you have a religious belief, no different than a follower of Islam, Buddism, Hinduism etc. Do you serve the only Son of The Living God? Or the traditions of a religous system? Many will know the answer to that soon. Is Jesus Christ who He said He is? The only way, The Only Truth? Oh Jeremiah spoke of this time well. It is time for all lies to be revealed that have poisoned the True Gospel of Jesus Christ. It is time for the foolishness of man to be cast away and for The ressurection power of Jesus Christ to be revealed and demonstrated on the earth! Just like the early church. Real men of God moving in signs and wonders. God reaching through them performing miracles in The Name of His Glorious SON JESUS! For His name sake!
I saw this in another blog today. It just fits so well.
“It is a dreadful truth that the state of (as you say) ‘having to depend solely on God’ is what we all dread most. And of course that just shows how very much, how almost exclusively, we have been depending on things. But trouble goes so far back in our lives and is now so deeply ingrained, we will not turn to Him as long as He leaves us anything else to turn to.”
C. S. Lewis, Letters to an American Lady (Grand Rapids, 1967), page 47, italics his.