This is not a time to surrender but to push into the Kingdom with a renewed faith. We must not grow weary in doing good (Gal. 6:9). We must strengthen our faith and press forward. We are in a prophetic intercessory prayer time of Psalm 10. It must become our daily prayer in this period of the struggle. It is time for the Remnant to ask God to remember His covenant and for us to remember it as well.
Month: November 2020
We are in the midst of two levels of warfare: (1) Spiritual (Principality Wars), and (2) Physical (Communist Revolution). We must not grow weary in well-doing but become resolved to stand for biblical truth and freedom. As instructed by the apostle Paul, “and having done all, to stand.” Now is the time to press forward in prayer and to move in righteousness!
There are great parallels between the biblical story of Hezekiah and Sennacherib and today’s body of Christ in America and the terroristic behavior of the Communistic left. Now is not the time to listen to the modern-day prophets of Baal, but rather hold fast to the prophetic words of God’s prophets today. As we continue to humble ourselves before Almighty God, Heaven will reveal the hidden for all to see!
Many believed that after November 3d, the election would be over. We may be looking at some court battles before the final outcome. The Remnant must have two responses: (1) Press forward in prayer, and (2) press deeper into the Kingdom. Almighty God is still in control. It is time to learn to be a part of a Kingdom that cannot be shaken!
In Matt. 11:11-15 and Luke 16:13-17, Jesus revealed two types of individuals: (1) Those that accept Messiah and are pressing into the Kingdom, and (2) Those that have rejected Messiah and will use violence to create a utopia without Him. Historically, the words of Jesus hold true from the religious leaders in New Testament times to today’s humanists/communists. For those that have surrendered to Messiah, the Book of Hebrews reveals three elements needed to become a part of the Kingdom that cannot be shaken: Grace, reverence, and godly fear.