The Lord really put this on my heart in the morning of 9th July 2017 and I chose to share from the Amplified Bible on Facebook. It’s very heavy, and I’m sharing again.
I can hardly believe that there are still those in recognised Christian ministry (I’m not referring to the known false teachers etc) who have a foot in The Kingdom of Darkness by holding on to the world from their past – music is probably the most powerful one as I’ve written previously – followed by uncouth talk, pornography, carousing and self esteem – and yet they dare to teach that we must be Holy – set apart.
Or they dare to warn of deception, not realising they are self deluded or worse, they are railers against their brethren and thus guilty of hypocrisy when they have allowed sin in their own camp.
Such people are usually followed by carnal Christians to whom such behaviour is a licence for them to do likewise.
No wonder The Lord is raising up the small people, as He calls out His Remnant, the ones and twos who actually have ears to hear.
PLEASE, we all need to judge – and be judged – by The Fruit. As one beloved sister said to me a few weeks ago, you just need to stand on somebody’s toes to see their heart.
That can be literally or metaphorically.
We’re off to visit a very sick friend today – and no doubt I will be tested on this myself shortly as I personally can fall so far short!
Let us draw ever closer to Abba God through His beloved Son Yeshua, Christ Jesus, thankful for His grace and mercy and love that is quick to forgive confessed and repented sin.
Hallelu Yah. What a Mighty God we serve!
If you’re in ministry, please read this scripture.
If you’re not in ministry, please read this scripture.
2 Timothy 2:22 Run away from youthful lusts—pursue righteousness, faith, love, and peace with those [believers] who call on the Lord out of a pure heart. 23 But have nothing to do with foolish and ignorant speculations [useless disputes over unedifying, stupid controversies], since you know that they produce strife and give birth to quarrels. 24 The servant of the Lord must not participate in quarrels, but must be kind to everyone [even-tempered, preserving peace, and he must be], skilled in teaching, patient and tolerant when wronged. 25 He must correct those who are in opposition with courtesy and gentleness in the hope that God may grant that they will repent and be led to the knowledge of the truth [accurately understanding and welcoming it], 26 and that they may come to their senses and escape from the trap of the devil, having been held captive by him to do his will.