Babylon is not a city or nation that we can simply walk out. The tentacles of Babylon are global. Therefore, a deeper application of the Kingdom and completed work of Christ must be wrought in the believer’s life that encompasses our tripartite being. A very important and powerful message for the Remnant!
Category: Biblical Life TV
The past Laodicean affluence of America has lulled the body of Christ into believing we were not living in hostile territory. In recent years, various aspects of our society have taken off their masks and have revealed their true hatred for the Gospel and the Word of God. There is censorship and oppression on every front. How does the body cope with these new challenges and move forward in our mission?
It is easy in the den of spiritual warfare to lose sight of the Assembly’s trust mission. Our mission is to lead nations to the LORD and teach them to walk in His ways. There will be Sheep Nations during the reign of the Son of Perdition, and it is our task to call them into the Kingdom and disciple them to be faithful Kingdom citizens. One day, we will be judged by Almighty God on how trustworthy we remained to our mission in His Kingdom.
Every day on planet earth, the will of God is not being fulfilled billions of times. The will of God and the Kingdom of God are intertwined. It is only where the Kingdom is manifest that the King’s will is revealed. A vital part of spiritual warfare is to seek Heaven for the manifestation of the Kingdom and the revealing of God’s perfect will.
Modern Christianity has lost sight of the power of God’s throne and has misunderstood the purpose of divine judgment. In this episode, Dr. Lake examines the need for God’s judgment, and it is twinned with God’s grace. This supernatural balance is for the sake of the faithful Remnant. It is time once again for God’s people to cry out, “Let God arise, and His enemies be scattered!”
Understanding the Fall Feasts and their prophetic significance is essential in the days ahead. There are three crucial aspects that are examined in this episode: (1) The need for divine judgment in human history, (2) the importance of the fear of the LORD in the last days, and (3) our need to avoid a pseudo-repentance that is abhorrent to the Almighty.
am I in my Kingdom journey? Like Abraham, we are all in the process of being transformed from Abram to Abraham. Are we ruled by faith or fear? Romans 4:18 reminds us of how Abraham “hoped against hope” (which means he had hope when there seemed to be no hope.) Can we say the same today? And more importantly, how can we move forward to overcome in every situation?
World leaders are drunk with the wine of Mystery Babylon and seeking to enslave all humankind. But God is getting ready to judge much of it and prepare the way for the last great revival. So how do we, as believers, move beyond fear and into faith? How can we be ready to proceed with God as He reveals the hidden things of the enemy?