2015 Second Orlando Prophecy Summit, Part 22

Brent Miller  ~  Interview/Hagmann & Hagmann

Joe Hagmann and Doug Hagmann interview Brent Miller:  Brent Miller is a CEO with Ingenuity Films and has a web site named Decoding The Future.com.  Brent makes Christian prophetic films filled with Biblical prophecies that are well received by the secular world.  Decoding The Future (DVD) covers the book of Revelation.  Brent uses secular terminology in order to connect with unbelievers.  For instance, in order to reach a secular audience, Brent says Decoding The Future instead of Revelation.  He says Ancient Texts instead of the Bible.  This strategy is great in reaching unbelievers.  It is an evangelical tool.  He reveals how monetary systems, governments and different religions are all merging in order to set the stage for the end times.  He reveals to unbelievers how God uses nature and science to accomplish His purposes and fulfill Bible prophecy.  God placed all of this in motion on the first six days of creation.  The stage is being set for the book of Revelation to be fulfilled.  Brent Miller reveals how science reveals the Bible to be true.  If an asteroid is observed coming towards the earth, it can be proven to have been prophesied in the book of Revelation.  We see the merging of politics.  Religions are becoming tolerant and all inclusive.  Nations like Russia and China desire one world currency.  Knowledge is increasing exponentially.  People are traveling to and fro.  Our nation has turned its’ back on Israel.  All of these prophesied events in the Bible are happening now, revealing that the end times are coming.  Modern science and current events are tools to be used in order to validate the truth of the Bible.  Brent Miller uses science and current events as apologetic tools in order to further substantiate the truth of the Bible.

Finishing Strong

Quote of the Day

It was said of the great racehorse Man o’ War: “Some horses led him at the first turn, some led him at the backstretch, a few led him at the far turn, but no horse ever led him in the homestretch.” Some Christians run nobly at the start of the race, some do well halfway, but blessed is the man who makes a good finish. Paul’s batting average was good to the end of the reason: “I have finished my course” (II Timothy 4:7).

2015 Second Orlando Prophecy Summit, Part 21

Jerome Corsi  ~  Interview/Hagmann & Hagmann

Jerome Corsi is interviewed by Doug & Joe Hagmann:

Jerome Corsi has done a great work in exposing the corruption in politics and politicians.  Corsi wrote Obama Nation (2008) and then Obama Nation II, Judgment Day (2015).  Obama is doing everything within his power to tank this country.  Corsi was asked:  “What is going on?”  Corsi reviewed much of the material covered on Obama Nation I & II (Judgment Day), already entered on this blog site.  He mentioned the bizarre birth of Obama and his childhood in Indonesia.  The cult of SUBUD was touched on, along with the vague and erroneous information about his birth certificate.  Along these lines, the mysterious death of Loretta Fuddy was expounded upon.  The people in this interview all agreed that Barack Obama himself may not know who he is.  His birth and life sounds like a CIA engineered plot  that is so strange that you could not even think it up.

Malcolm X was a hero of Barack Obama.  Malcolm was a Black Muslim.  Obama may profess to be a Christian but Islam is written all over his relationships and cultural ties.  Obama is generating a race war in America by contributing to class warfare, Ferguson, the Immigration Movement, etc.  Obama is pushing us towards a nuclear war in the Middle East.  In the end, God wins.

 

 

Oswald Chambers Quotations

There are enough spiritual thoughts in this entry to last for several weeks of devotionals…

OSWALD CHAMBERS QUOTES:

Churchianity is an organization; Christianity is an organism.

One of the last things we learn is that God engineers our circumstances.

Never look for second causes; if you do you will go wrong.

No matter how complicated the circumstances may be, one moment of contact with Jesus and all the fuss and panic and emptiness is gone and His peace and tranquillity are put in. He says “All power is given unto me.”

Conceit means to have a pont of view; a point of view takes the wonder out of life.

There are a great many things that are quite legitimate, but if they are not on our way to Jerusalem, we do not do them.

The one thing Satan tries to shake is our confidence in God.

If obedience costs you your life, then pay it.

Everything the devil does, God overreaches to serve His own purposes.

The duty of every Christian, and it is the last lesson we learn, is to make room for God to deal with other people direct; we will try and limit others and make them into our mold.

Heaven itself is waiting for the manifestation of the sons of God.

The Cross of Christ is God’s last and endless word.

The Cross is the crystallized point in history where Eternity merges with Time.

When we pray, it is not our agony and our distress, but our childlike confidence in God.

If we make devotional habits the source from which we draw our life, God will put us through the discipline of upsetting these times.

Being a disciple is to be something that is an infinite satisfaction to Jesus every minute, whether in secret or in public.

Then you lose the nightmare of your own separate individuality and become part of the Personality of Christ.

Our Lord’s conception of discipleship is not that we work for God, but that God works through us; He uses us as He likes; He allots our work where He chooses, and we learn obedience as our Master did.

The whole of the Christian life is stamped by originality.

We have become so taken up with the idea of being prepared for something in the future that that is the conception we have of discipleship. It is true, but it is also untrue. The attitude of the Christian life is that we must be prepared now, this second; this is the time.

We are all based on a conception of importance, either our own importance or the importance of someone else; Jesus tells us to go and teach based on the revelation of His importance. “All power is given unto me – – – ‘Go ye therefore. – – -‘

There are many things that are perfectly legitimate, but if you are going to concentrate on God you cannot do them. Your right hand is one of the best things you have, but Jesus says if it hinders you in following His precepts, cut it off. This line of discipline is the sternest one that ever struck mankind.

The one thing for which we are all being disciplined is to know that God is real. As soon as God becomes real, other people become shadows. Nothing that other saints do or say can ever perturb the one who is built on the real God.

What counts in a man’s life is the disposition that rules him.

Our destiny is determined by our disposition.

We become discouraged when we don’t get our way.

Jesus was never discouraged because He never wanted anything but His Father’s will.

Let God put you on His (potters) wheel and whirl you as He likes.

We see God only from a pure heart, never from an able intellect.

Divine living is a deliberate surrender of our own point of view, in order to learn (see) Jesus Christ’s point of view.

Our experience is the proof that our faith is right.

To-day we enthrone insurance and economy, but it is striking to recall that the one thing Jesus Christ commended was extravagance. (The alabaster box)

It is possible to be so economical that you venture nothing. We enthrone insurance and economy – – – consequently we will do nothing on the line of adventure or extravagance.

To use the word ‘economy’ in connection with God is to belittle and misunderstand Him. For God’s sake don’t be economical, be God’s child.

Lavish extravagance to an extraordinary degree is the characteristic of God, never economy. Grace is the overflowing favor of God. Imagine a man who is in love, being economical.

God whose methods are a perpetual contradiction to our every preconceived notion.

Until we know God we have no faith.

Faith is the indefinable certainty of God behind everything, and is the one thing the Spirit of God makes clearer and clearer as we go on.

Our Lord did not rebuke His disciples for making mistakes, but for not having faith. The two things that astonished Him were ‘little faith,’ and ‘great faith.’

We have to learn to ‘go out’ of everything, out of convictions, out of creeds, out of experiences, out of everything, until so far as our faith is concerned, there is nothing between us and God.

Faith is not that I see God, but that I know God sees me; that is good enough for me, I will run out and play – – – a life of absolute freedom.

As long as the soul realizes in the simplicity of faith that all that Jesus was, and is, is his. Then the very life the very faith, the very holiness of Jesus is imparted to him.

Just as we take food into our bodies and assimilate it, so Jesus says, we must take Him into our souls. Faith is not seeing food on the table; it is taking it.

Faith is unbreakable confidence in the Personality of God, not in His Power.

He is not the way of wisdom or of success, but the way of faithfulness.

The life of faith does not consist of acts of worship or of great self-denial and heroic virtues, but of all the daily conscious acts of our lives.

There are some things only learned in a fiery furnace.

The very nature of faith is that it must be tried; faith untried is only ideally real, not actually real.

Every time our programme of belief is clear to our minds we come across something that contradicts it. Faith before it is real, must be tried. As we dispose ourselves to believe, we see God all the time, not in spasms. We see His arm behind all of the facts in individual life and in history.

What is the use of wasting time and saying things ought to be? They are!

To fast is not to give up food, but to cut off the right arm, and pluck out the right eye.

Fatalism is the deification of moral cowardice which arises from a refusal to accept the responsibility for choosing either of the two destined ends for the human race – – – salvation or damnation.

The greatest fear in life is not personal fear for myself, but fear that after all God will be worsted.

The remarkable thing about fearing God is that when you fear God you fear nothing else, whereas if you do not fear God you fear everything else. “Blessed is everyone that feareth the Lord.”

The one striking thing about following is we must not find our own way, for when we take the initiative we cease to follow. In the natural world everything depends upon our taking the initiative, but if we are followers of God, we cannot take the initiative, we cannot choose our own work or say what we will do; we have not to find out at all, we have just to follow. We must “follow the Lamb withersoever He goeth.” And when He does not go anywhere, then we do not.

The reason my sins are forgiven so easily is because the Redemption cost God so much.

Forgiveness which is so easy for us to accept, cost God the agony of Calvary.

We are only free when the Son sets us free; but we are free to choose whether or not we will be made free.

I have no power to choose whether or not I will take the consequences of my choice.

Fretfulness springs from a determination to get my own way.

The Atheist, or Socialist, or Christian – – – all who look to the future and express a view of what ought to be, see the same vision. They see the brotherhood of man, a time of peace on earth when there will be no war, but a state of goodwill and perfect liberty, at present inconceivable. There is nothing wrong with the vision. – – – the difference is in the way it is to be reached.

Imputed righteousness must never be made to mean that God puts the robe of His righteousness over our moral wrong, like a snow-drift over a rubbish heap; that He pretends we are all right when we are not. The revelation is that “Christ Jesus is made unto us, righteousness.”

The greatest demand God makes of us is to believe that He is righteous when everything that happens goes against that faith.

Any fool can insist on his rights, and any devil will see that he gets them; but the Sermon of the Mount means that the only right the saint will insist on is the right to give up his rights.

We talk about the sacrifice of the Son of God and forget that it was the sacrifice of God Himself. “God was in Christ reconciling the world unto Himself.”

Sacrifice is not giving up things, but giving to God with joy the best we have.

In the Christian life the saint is ever young; amazingly and boisterously young, certain that everything is all right.

The soul of the sanctified saint is in rapport with God, he has no responsibility, he is ‘without carefulness’ because his Father cares, God’s predestinations are that soul’s voluntary choosings. The pre-eniment mystery in this thought is the mystery of the nature of Love; the saint knows, with a knowledge ‘which passeth knowledge.’ This truth is never discerned by the powerful in intellect, but only by the pure in heart.

A saint is the living epistle written by the finger of God, known and read of all men.

The reason a saint can be radiant is that he has lost interest in his own individuality and has become absolutely devoted to the Person of the Lord Jesus Christ.

The true child of God is such from an inward principle of life from which the life is ordered by implicit loving devotion, as natural as breathing, and as spontaneous as the life of a little child.

The characteristic of the saint is not so much the renunciation of the things seen and temporal as the perfect certainty that these things are but the shows of reality.

The mark of the saint is the good right things he has the privilege of not doing. There are a hundred and one right and good things which, if you are a disciple of Jesus, you must avoid as you would the devil although there is no devil in them.

The Lord can never make a saint out of a good man, He can only make a saint out of three people. The godless man, the weak man, and the sinful man, and no one else, and the marvel of the Gospel of God’s grace is that Jesus Christ can make us naturally what He wants us to be.

As saints we are called to go through the heroism of what we believe, not of stating what we believe, but of standing by it when the facts are dead against God.

To the majority of eyes our Lord is no more noticeable in the life of a saint than He was in the days of His flesh. But when a crisis comes the saint is the one to whom men turn; and the life which seems colorless is seen to be the white light of God.

A sanctified saint is at leisure from himself and his own affairs, confident that God is bringing all things out well.

The curse of the saint is his goodness!

Sanctification is Christ formed in us; not the Christ-life, but Christ Himself. In Jesus Christ is the perfection of everything, and the mystery of sanctification is that we may have in Jesus Christ, not the start of holiness, but the holiness of Jesus Christ. All the perfections of Jesus Christ are at our disposal if we have been initiated into the mystery of sanctification.

Those of you who have never had this experience of sanctification, think! The perfections of Jesus Christ made yours entirely! The Lord showing His love His purity, His holiness through you! “I live, yet not I, but Christ liveth in me.”

Sanctification means intense concentration of God’s point of view. It means every power of body, soul and spirit chained and kept for God’s purpose only.

If a weak man is presented with facts he cannot understand, he invariably turns to sarcasm.

If you take every impression as a call of the Spirit of God, you will end in hallucinations.

Freedom is the ability not to insist on my rights, but to see that God gets His.

The lighted lamp takes up no more room, but the light permeates far and wide; so the influence of personality goes far beyond that of individuality. Our personality is always too big for us.

The radiating influence from one person rightly related to God is incalculable; he may not say much, but you feel different, the pressure has gone, you are in contact with one who is on a different plane.

God rarely allows a soul to see how great a blessing he is.

Mere intellectuality leads to bloodlessness and passionlessness, to stoicism and unreality.

Jesus Christ always speaks from the source of things, consequently those who deal only with the surface find Him an offence.

Jesus Christ is the last word on God, on sin and death, on heaven and hell; the last word on every problem that human life has to face.

The whole claim of the Redemption of Jesus is that He can satisfy the last aching abyss of the human soul, not hereafter only, but here and now.

The stronghold of the Christian is the joy of God, not my joy in God.

Joy is neither happiness nor brightness, joy is literally the nature of God in my blood, no matter what happens.

One of the greatest disasters in human life is our wrong standards of judgment, we will judge men by their brains, Jesus never did, Jesus judged man and women by their relationship to His Father.

Jesus Christ did not come to pronounce judgment, He Himself is the judgment; whenever we come across Him we are judged instantly.

One of the most remarkable things about Jesus Christ is that although He was full of love and gentleness, yet in His presence one not only felt benefitted, but ashamed. It is His presence that judges us; we long to meet Him, and yet we dread to.

It may be hard for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of heaven, but it is just as hard for a poor man to seek first the kingdom of God.

The idea of a kingdom that is not maintained by might is inconceivable to us.

Think of the dignity it gives to a man’s life to know that God has put His honor in his keeping. Our lives mean much more than we can tell, they mean that we are fulfilling some purpose of God about which we know nothing.

Beware of people who tell you life is simple. Life is such a mass of complications that no man is safe apart from God. Coming to Jesus does not simplify life, it simplifies my relationship to God.

Jesus Christ can make the weakest man into a Divine dreadnought, fearing nothing. He can plant within him the Life that time cannot touch.

Jesus Christ can put into the man, whose energy has been sapped by sin and wrong until he is all but in hell, a life so strong and full that Satan has to flee whenever he meets him. Jesus Christ can make any life more than conqueror as they draw on His Resurrection life.

Jesus does not ask us to die for Him, but to lay down our lives for Him. Our Lord did not sacrifice Himself for death, He sacrificed His life, and God wants our life, not our death.

Eternal life is not a gift from God, but the gift of God, that is, God Himself.

God and Love are synonymous. Love is not an attribute of God, it is God. Whatever God is, Love is. If your conception of Love does not agree with justice and judgment, purity and holiness, then your idea of love is wrong.

There is a potential hero in every man, and a potential skunk.

The mind of God as revealed in the Incarnation becomes slowly and surely the mind of the spiritual Christian.

Purity is something that has been tested and tried, and triumphed; innocence has always to be shielded.

No one dams like a theologian, nor is any quarrel so bitter as a religious quarrel.

If reality is not to be found in God, then God is not found anywhere.

We cannot enter into the kingdom of heaven head first.

If I can define God, I am greater than the God I define.

When a man is fed up with a certain line of things, he revolts and goes to the opposite extreme.

The difficulty of believing in the redemption in the sense of assimilating it is that it demands renunciation. I have to give up my right to myself in complete surrender to my Lord before what I celebrate becomes a reality. There is always the danger of celebrating what Jesus Christ has done and forgetting the need on our part of moral surrender to Him; if we evade the surrender we become the more intense in celebrating what He has done.

Redemption means that Jesus Christ can give me His own disposition, and all the standards He gives are based on that disposition. Jesus Christ’s teaching is for the life He puts in.

God is a holy God, and the marvel of redemption is that God the Holy One puts into me, the unholy one, a new disposition, the disposition of His Son.

Jesus Christ came to redeem us; to put us right with God; to deliver us from the power of death; to reveal God the Father, and when we receive the Holy Spirit He will make experimentally real in us all that Jesus Christ came to do.

The great need is not to do things, but to believe things.

No man can redeem the world; God has done it; redemption is complete.

Our Lord said, I did not come to call the man who is all right; I came to call the man who is at his wits’ end, the man who has reached the moral frontier.”

Redemption cost God everything, and that is the reason why salvation is so easy for us.

In his condition of suffering he discovers there is more in the Cross of Christ than intellectually he had thought possible.

God never laid the sin of the human race on anybody but Himself, and in the redemption He has delt with the disposition of sin.

In regeneration, a man’s personal spirit is energized by the Holy Spirit, and the Son of God is formed in him.

We become God-centered instead of self-centered.

God can put a saint into a right relationship with Himself, but He cannot make him work out that relationship, the saint must do that himself.

The culture of the Christian life is to learn to be carefully careless over everything saving our relationship to God.

The practical test is: ‘Is Jesus Christ being manifested in my bodily life?’

There must be a dominant, personal, passionate devotion to Him, and only then are all other relationships right.

If my religion is not based on a personal history with Jesus it becomes something I suffer from, not a joyous thing, but something that keeps me from doing what I want to do.

It is religion that leads to emotion, not emotion that leads to religion. If religion does not make for passion and emotion, it is not the true kind. When you realize that you are saved, that God has forgiven your sins, given you the Holy Spirit, I defy you not to be carried away with emotion. Religion which makes for logic and reason is not religion, but to try to make religion out of emotion is to take a false step.

The wonderful thing about our Lord is that He will not master us. He becomes the dust under our feet. He becomes less than the breath we breathe. He becomes Someone we can jeer at and utilize, Someone we can do anything we like with; yet all the time He is Master. We can crucify Him, or we can spit on Him, we can slander Him, we can ignore Him, we can hurt Him, yet He is Master.

People say, ‘We must lay up for a rainy day,’ We must, if we do not know God. How many of us are willing to go the length of Jesus Christ’s teaching? Ask yourself, how does the advocacy of insurance agree with the Sermon on the Mount, and you will soon see how un-Christian we are in spite of all our Christian jargon. The more we try to reconcile modern principles of economy with the teachings of Jesus, the more we shall have to disregard Jesus.

In the moral realm if you don’t do things quickly, you will never do them. Never postpone a moral decision.

Second thoughts on moral matters are always deflections.

If I cannot see God in others, it is because He is not in me.

If I am going to know who Jesus is, I must obey Him. The majority of us don’t know Jesus because we have not the remotest intention of obeying Him.

We have to stop hesitating and take the first stip; and the first step is to stop hesitating! “How long halt ye between two opinions?”

Sometimes there is nothing to obey, the only thing to do is to maintain your vital connection with Jesus Christ. The greater part of our life is not conscious obedience, but this maintained relationship.

It is the glory of God to conceal His teaching in obedience, we only know as we obey. “If any man willeth to do His will, he shall know of the teaching…” It is only by way of obedience that we understand the teaching of God. We learn more by five minutes’ obedience than by ten years’ study.

One of the great secrets of life is that obedience is the key to spiritual life as curiosity is the key to intellectual life. In the spiritual domain curiosity is not only of no use but is a direct hindrance. When once a man learns that spiritual knowledge can only be gained by obedience, the emancipation of his nature is incalculable.

Jesus offends men because He lays emphasis on the unseen life, because He speaks of motives rather than of actions; He reveals men to themselves, and because that revelation means hopelessness they turn away from Him who is their only hope. He offended men because He taught that they were lost and could only be saved through Him. ‘For the Son of Man is come to seek and to save that which is lost.’ Finally, He offended men because His own life was blameless, and His very presence disturbed their low-level of contentment and happiness.

It is of no use to pray for the old days; stand square where you are and make the present better than any past has been.

There is no other time than now with God, no past and no future.

God takes the saints like a bow which He stretches and at a certain point says, “I can’t stand any more,’ but God does not heed, He goes on stretching because He is aiming at His mark, not ours, and the patience of the saints is that they ‘hang in’ until God lets the arrow fly.

The majority of us know nothing about waiting, we don’t wait, we endure. Waiting means that we go on in the perfect certainty of God’s goodness, no dumps or fears. The attitude of the human heart towards God Who promises should be to give Him credit for being as honest as He ought to be, and then to go on in the actual life as if no promise had been made. That is faithful waiting.

Our Lord was never impatient. He simply planted seed thoughts in the disciples’ minds and surrounded them with the atmosphere of His own life.

The sweep and sway and majesty of the power of the Holy Ghost is at work in every crook and cranny of the universe.

An island may be easily explored, yet how amazed we are when we realize that it is the top of a mountain, whose greater part is hidden under the waves of the sea and goes sheer down to deeper depths than we can fathom. The little island represents our conscious personality. The part of ourselves of which we are conscious is a very tiny part, there is a greater part underneath about which we know nothing; consequently there are upheavals from beneath that we cannot account for. We cannot grasp ourselves at all. We begin by thinking we can, but we have to come to the Bible standpoint that no one knows himself; the only One Who knows him is God.

The first great psychological law to be grasped is that the brain and the body are pure mechanisms, there is nothing spiritual about them; they are the machines we use to express our personality.

The realization that my strength is always a hindrance to God’s supply of life is a great eye-opener. A man who has genius is apt to rely on his genius rather than God. A man who has money is apt to rely on money instead of God. So many of us trust in what we have got in the way of possessions instead of entirely in God.

The sense of property and of insurance is one of the greatest hindrances to development in the spiritual life. You cannot lay up for a rainy day if you are trusting Jesus Christ.

I can only enter the Kingdom of Heaven as a complete pauper.

Can God keep me from stumbling this second? Yes. Can He keep me from sin this second? Yes. Well, that is the whole of life. You cannot live more than a second at a time. If God can keep you blameless this second, He can do it the next.

We never want praise if we have done perfectly what we ought to do; we only want praise if we are not sure whether we have done well. Jesus did not want praise; He did not need it.

The prayer of the feeblest saint on earth who lives in the Spirit and keeps right with God is a terror to Satan.

We think of prayer as a preparation for work, but prayer is the essential work.

Our true character comes out in the way we pray.

Prayer is the answer to every problem there is.

Never make the blunder of trying to forecast the way God is going to answer your prayer.

The meaning of prayer is that we get hold of God, not of the answer to our prayer.

It is a child, and only a child who has prayer answered; a wise and prudent man does not.

By intercessory prayer we can hold off Satan from other lives and give the Holy Ghost a chance with them. No wonder Jesus put such tremendous emphasis on prayer!

The life of a preacher speaks louder than his words.

Jesus did not say; ‘Go out and spread propaganda,’ but “Feed My sheep.” They are not our sheep, but His.

“I have been crucified with Christ… and that life which I now live in the flesh…? The word ‘now’ is very annoying, if only Paul had said ‘here-after – – –

When I begin to be satisfied with where I am spiritually, instantly I begin to degenerate.

If I will not confess with my mouth what I believe in my heart, that particular phase of believing will never be mine actually.

The disciple has no program, only a distinguished passion of devotion to his Lord.

God’s order comes in the haphazard, and never according to our scheming and planning. God takes a great delight in breaking up our program.

We blunder when we try to make out that the prosperity referred to in the Old Testament is intended for us in this dispensation.

In times of prosperity we are apt to forget God, we imagine it does not matter whether we recognize Him or not. As long as we are comfortably clothed and fed and looked after, our civilization becomes an elaborate means of ignoring God.

We are all based on a conception of importance, either our own importance or the importance of someone else; Jesus tells us to go and teach based on the revelation of His importance. ‘All power is given unto Me – – ‘Go ye therefore – -‘

There are many things that are perfectly legitimate, but if you are going to concentrate on God you cannot do them. Your right hand is one of the best things you have, but Jesus says if it hinders you in following His precepts, cut it off. This line of discipline is the sternest one that ever struck mankind.

The one thing for which we are all being disciplined is to know that God is real. As soon as God becomes real, other people become shadows. Nothing that other saints do or say can ever perturb the one who is built on the real God.

What counts in a man’s life is the disposition that rules him.

Our destiny is determined by our disposition.

We become discouraged when we don’t get our way.

Jesus was never discouraged because He never wanted anything but His Father’s will.

Let God put you on His (potters) wheel and whirl you as He likes.

We see God only from a pure heart, never from an able intellect.

Divine living is a deliberate surrender of our own point of view, in order to learn (see) Jesus Christ’s point of view.

Our experience is the proof that our faith is right.

Today we enthrone insurance and economy, but it is striking to recall that the one thing Jesus Christ commended was extravagance. (the alabaster box)

It is possible to be so economical that you venture nothing. We enthrone insurance and economy – – consequently we will do nothing on the line of adventure or extravagance.

To use the word ‘economy’ in connection with God is to belittle and misunderstand Him. For God’s sake don’t be economical, be God’s child.

It is possible to be so economical that you venture nothing. We enthrone insurance and economy – – consequently we will do nothing on the line of adventure or extravagance.

Lavish extravagance to an extraordinary degree is the characteristic of God, never economy. Grace is the overflowing favor of God. Imagine a man who is in love, being economical.

God whose methods are a perpetual contradiction to our every preconceived notion.

Until we know God we have no faith.

Faith is the indefinable certainty of God behind everything, and is the one thing the Spirit of God makes clearer and clearer as we go on.

Our Lord did not rebuke His disciples for making mistakes, but for not having faith. The two things that astonished Him were ‘little faith,’ and ‘great faith.’

We have to learn to ‘go out’ of everything, out of convictions, out of creeds, out of experience, out of everything, until so far as our faith is concerned, there is nothing between us and God.

Faith is not that I see God, but that I know God sees me; that is good enough for me, I will run out and play – – a life of absolute freedom.

As long as the soul realizes in the simplicity of faith that all that Jesus was, and is, is his. Then the very life, the very faith, the very holiness of Jesus is imparted to him.

God’s will is hard only when it comes up against our stubbornness.

Notion your mind with the idea that God is there. Nothing happens in any particular unless God’s will is behind it, therefore you can rest in perfect confidence in Him.

God will not only see us through but will see the whole thing out to a perfect explanation. That is the faith of a Christian.

There are some things of which we must be ignorant, because knowledge of them comes in no other way than by disobedience to God. In the life originally designed for Adam it was not intended that he should be ignorant of evil, but that he should know evil through understanding good.

It has been a favorite belief in all ages that if only men were taught what good is, everyone would choose it; but history and human experience prove that that is not so.

The attitude of the Christian is not, “I’m but a stranger here, heaven is my home, ” but rather ‘I’m not a stranger here.’ A stranger is exonerated from many things for which God holds us responsible.

To experience the loss of my own goodness is the only way to enter into communion with God in Christ.

I do not know anything about God, things look as if He were not good, and yet the revelation given by Jesus Christ is that He is good, and I have to hang in to that revelation in spite of appearances.

God or sin must die in me. The one elementary Bible truth we are in danger of forgetting is that the Gospel of God is addressed to men as sinners, and nothing else.

Sermons may weary, the Gospel never does.

The Gospel of God is not that Jesus died for my sins only, but that He gave Himself for me that I might give myself to Him.

Draw on the grace of God now, not presently. The one word in the spiritual vocabulary is ‘NOW.’

If we know that we have received the unmerited favor of God and we do not give unmerited favor to other people, we are damned in that degree.

It requires the Almighty grace of God to take the next step when there is no vision and no spectator.

The basis of panic is always cowardice. The clearest evidence that God’s grace is at work in our hearts is that we do not get into panics.

Watch God’s way in your life, you will find He is developing you as He does the trees and flowers.

If our spiritual life does not grow where we are, it will grow nowhere.

We learn through chastisement, because God is supplying heaven with sons and daughters, not with precious stones. – – God is never in a hurry with us.

If we build to please ourselves, we are building on the sand; if we build for the love of God, we are building on the Rock.

Measure your growth in grace by your sensitiveness to sin.

We can never be lilies in the garden unless we have spent time as bulbs in the dark, totally ignored.

Affliction and tribulation may destroy all else, but the saint abiding in this secret place of the Most High is untouchable.

When by the discipline of His Divine guidance, we know Him, and He going with us gives us Rest, then Time and Eternity are merged and lost in that amazing vital relationship. The union is one not of mystic contemplation, but of intense perfection of activity, not the Rest of the placid peace of stagnation, but the Rest of perfect motion.

God does not make our habits for us or do the practicing. God alters our disposition, and we are left to work out the new disposition He has put in, by practice and the forming of habits.

Habits are not transmitted by heredity, only tendencies and qualities; habits are formed by imitation.

We always hear the thing we listen for, and our disposition determines what we listen for. When Jesus Christ alters our disposition, He gives us the power to hear as He hears.

The Bible places in the heart everything that the modern psychologist places in the head.

The Bible makes the heart the center of thinking, and the brain merely the machinery the heart uses to express itself. This point is very vital in our judgment of men.

God never judges men by their brains; He judges them by their hearts.

The heart is the central altar, and the body is the outer court. What we offer on the alter of the heart will tell ultimately through the extremities of the body.

According to the Bible, thinking exists in the heart, and that is the region with which the Spirit of God deals.

Try and develop a holy life in private, and you find it cannot be done. Individuals can only live the true life when they are dependent on one another.

If you preach Holiness, or Sanctification, or Divine Healing, or the Second Coming, you are off the track because you de-centralize the Truth. We have to fix our eyes on Jesus Christ – – -;” That is the meaning of sanctification. Then I grow in holiness.

Jesus Christ can make my disposition as pure as His own. That is the claim of the Gospel.

The idea that I grow holy as I go on is foreign to the New Testament. There must have been a place where I was identified with the death of Jesus; “I have been crucified with Christ – – -;” That is the meaning of sanctification. Then I grow in holiness.

Everything worth while in life is dangerous, and yet we would have God such a tepid Being that He runs no risks. ?

God is never in a hurry.

We are not built for ourselves, but for God, not for service for God, but for God; that explains the submission of life.

Keep the windows of your soul open to the fact that God loves you; then His love will continually flow through you to others.

God’s love is wrath towards wrong; He is never tender to that which hates goodness.

God is never far enough away from His saints to think about them: He thinks them, we are taken up into His consciousness.

Once we come into simple relationship with God, He can put us where He pleases and we are not even conscious of where He put us. All we are conscious of is an amazing simplicity of life that seems to be a haphazard life externally.

When we are rightly related to God, life is full of spontaneous joyful uncertainty and expectancy, we do not know what God is going to do next; and He packs our life with surprises all the time.

When I am dwelling under the shadow of the almighty, my life is the will of God; it is only through disobedience that I begins to ask what is the will of God.

Do God’s will. God not only expects me to do His will, but He is in me to do it.

All the forces of nature and of grace are at the back of the man who does God’s will.

Just as we take food into our bodies and assimilate it, so Jesus says, we must take Him into our souls. Faith is not seeing food on the table; it is taking it.

Faith is unbreakable confidence in the Personality of God, not in His Power.

(Jesus) He is not the way of wisdom or of success, but the way of faithfulness.

The life of faith does not consist of acts of worship or of great self-denial and heroic virtues, but of all the daily conscious acts of our lives.

There are some things only learned in a fiery furnace.

The very nature of faith is that it must be tried; faith untried is only ideally real, not actually real.

Every time our program of belief is clear to our minds we come across something that contradicts it. Faith before it is real must be tried. As we dispose ourselves to believe, we see God all the time, not in spasms. We see His arm behind all of the facts in individual life and in history.

What is the use of wasting time and saying things ought not to be? They are!

To fast is not to give up food, but to cut off the right arm, and pluck out the right eye.

Fatalizm is the deification of moral cowardice which arises from a refusal to accept the responsibility for choosing either of the two destined ends for the human race – – salvation or damnation.

The greatest fear in life is not personal fear for myself, but fear that after all God will be worsted.

The remarkable thing about fearing God is that when you fear God you fear nothing else, whereas if you do not fear God you fear everything else. “Blessed is everyone that feareth the Lord.”

The one striking thing about following is we must not find our own way, for when we take the initiative we cease to follow. We must “follow the Lamb withersoever He goeth,” and when He does not go anywhere, then we do not.

The reason my sins are forgiven so easily is because the Redemption cost God so much.

Forgiveness which is so easy for us to accept, cost God the agony of Calvary.

We are only free when the Son makes us free; but we are free to choose whether or not we will be made free.

I have no power to choose whether or not I will take the consequences of my choice.

Fretfulness springs from a determination to get my own way.

The Atheist, or Socialist, or Christian – – all who look to the future and express a view of what ought to be, see the same vision. They see the brotherhood of man, a time of peace on earth when there will be no war, but a state of goodwill and perfect liberty, at present inconceivable. There is nothing wrong with the vision. – – The difference is in the way it is to be reached.

When we begin to work out what God has worked in, we are faced with the problem that this physical body, this mechanism, has been used by habit to obeying another rule called sin; when Jesus Christ delivers us from that rule, He does not give us a new body, He gives us power to break and then re- mold every habit formed while we were under the dominion of sin.

Habits are formed in the soul, not in the spirit, and they are formed in the soul by means of the body.

We have to work out what God works in, and the way we work it out is by the mechanical process of habit.

When in your soul’s vision you see clearly what God wants, – – do something physical immediately. – – When God tells you to do a thing, never wait for a fitting opportunity, do it now.

Many of us are supernaturally solemn about our religion because it is not real. Immediately our religion becomes real, it is possible to have humor in connection with it.

We carry our religion as if it were a headache, there is neither joy nor power nor inspiration in it, none of the grandeur of the unsearchable riches of Christ about it, none of the passion of hilarious confidence in God.

The cause of much modern religion is that it makes us so desperately interested in ourselves, so overweeningly concerned about our own whiteness.

Unless our salvation works out through our finger tips and everywhere else, there is nothing to it, it is religious humbug.

The stupendous difference between the religion of Jesus Christ and every other religion under heaven is that His religion is one which brings help to the bottom of hell, not a religion that can deal only with what is fine and pure.

If a man cannot prove his religion in the valley, it is not worth anything.

Don’t be fanatically religious and don’t be irreverently blatant. Remember that the two extremes have to be held in the right balance. If your religion does not make you a better man, it is a routine religion. The test of true religion is when it touches these four things, food, money, sex and mother earth.

In Jesus Christ there was nothing secular and sacred, it was all real, He makes His disciples like Himself.

Repentance means that I am remade on a plane which justifies God in forgiving me.

The last delusion God delivers us from is the idea that we don’t deserve what we get. Once we see ourselves under the canopy of God’s overflowing mercy we are dissolved in wonder, love and praise.

There are many things in life that look like irresponsible blunders, but the Bible reveals that God has taken the responsibility for these things, and that Jesus Christ has bridged the gap which sin made between God and man; the proof that He has done so is the Cross. God accepts the responsibility for sin, and on the basis of the Redemption men find their personal way out and an explanation.

God never holds a woman responsible in the same way as He does a man.

Our human nature is meant for the Son of God to manifest Himself in, and this brings us to the margin of our responsibility.

The Redemption of the human race does not necessarily mean the salvation of every individual. Redemption is of universal application, but human responsibility is not done away with. Jesus Christ states emphatically that there is the possibility of being lost through positive neglection or positive rejection of His Redemption.

We look for God to manifest Himself to His children: God manifests Himself in His children, consequently the manifestation is seen by others, not by us.

If there is to be another Revival it will be through the readjustment of those of us on the inside who call ourselves Christians.

To say that if I am persuaded a thing is wrong I won’t do it, is not true. The mutiny of human nature is that it will do it whether it is wrong or not.

If I am a child of God, distress will lead me to Him for direction. The distress comes not because I have done wrong, it is part of the inevitable result of not being at home in the world, of being in contact with those who reason and live from a different standpoint.

To be a believer – – is that we believe Him.

Don’t profess to believe more than you intend to stick to.

When a man is born from above he has a new internal standard.

The only method of Bible study is to ‘prove all things,’ not by intellect but by personal experience.

The Bible is the only book that tells us anything about the originator of sin.

As long as we live on the surface of things merely as splendid animals, we shall find the Bible nonsense.

We can never be faultless in this life, we are in impaired human bodies; but by sanctification we can be blameless. (In God’s eyes)

Our body is the medium through which we develop our spiritual nature.

Instead of our body being a hindrance to our development, it is only through our body that we are developed.

We express our character through our body, you cannot express a character without a body.

Before God can make the heart into a garden of the Lord, He has to plough it.

The greatest blessing we ever get from God is to know that we are destitute spiritually.

If you are trying to be a Christian it is a sure sign that you are not one.

The Christian is not consistent to hard and fast creeds, he is consistent only to the life of the Son of God in him.

Christians are born not made.

The test of Christianity is that a man lives better than he preaches.

Christianity is not devotion to work, or to a cause, or a doctrine, but devotion to a Person, the Lord Jesus Christ.

“Spontaneous moral originality.”

‘Always now’ is the secret of the Christian life.

What Jesus demands – – can’t be done apart from a miracle. ‘Exactly.’

The greatest blessing we ever get from God is to know that we are destitute spiritually.

Churchianity is an organization; Christianity is an organism.

One of the last things we learn is that God engineers our circumstances.

No matter how complicated the circumstances may be, one moment of contact with Jesus and all the fuss and panic and emptiness is gone and His peace and tranquillity are put in. He says, “All power is given unto me.”

Conceit means to have a point of view; a point of view takes the wonder out of life.

There are a great many things that are quite legitimate, but if they are not on our way to Jerusalem, we do not do them.

The one thing Satan tries to shake is our confidence in God.

If obedience costs you your life, then pay it.

Everything the devil does, God overreaches to serve His own purposes.

The duty of every Christian, and it is the last lesson we learn, is to make room for God to deal with other people direct. We will try and limit others and make them into our mold.

Heaven itself is waiting for the manifestation of the sons of God.

The Cross of Christ is God’s last and endless word.

The Cross is the crystalized point in history where Eternity merges with Time.

When we pray, it is not our agony and our distress, but our childlike confidence in God.

If we make devotional habits the source from which we draw our life, God will put us through the discipline of upsetting these times.

Being a disciple is to be something that is an infinite satisfaction to Jesus every minute, whether in secret or in public.

Then you lose the nightmare of your own separate individuality and become part of the Personality of Christ.

Our Lord’s conception of discipleship is not that we work for God, but that God works through us; He uses us as He likes; He allots our work where He chooses, and we learn obedience as our Master did.

The whole of the Christian life is stamped by originality.

God is prepared to run the risk of evil, so to speak, and the Cross is the proof that He Himself has taken the responsibility of its removal.

God can do nothing with the men who think they will be of use to Him.

The disciple who is in the condition of abiding in Jesus is the will of God, and his apparent free choices are God’s foreordained decrees. Mysterious? Logically absurd? But a glorious truth to a saint.

The atmosphere produced by a man, much more than his activities, has the lasting influence.

The measure of the worth of our public activity to God is the private, profound communion we have with Him.

Adam was not afraid of God, he was not afraid of the beasts of the field, or of anything, because there was no consciousness of himself apart from God.

The worst is always ‘bettered’ by God.

Sin is not wrong doing, it is wrong being, deliberate and emphatic independence of (from) God.

Man was given dominion over the animals but not over himself.

History is fulfilling prophecy all the time.

Our attention is so concentrated that we have no time to wonder how we look.

Loneliness marks the child of God.

The intense individual responsibility of walking amongst men from the standpoint of being alone with the real God.

In our Christian life we have no aim of our own, and God’s aim looks like missing the mark because we are too short-sighted to see what He is aiming at.

My worth to God in public is what I am in private.

Is my master ambition to please Him and be acceptable to Him, or is it something else, no matter how noble?

The old man = the spirit of anarchy – – the carnal mind.

Sin = anarchy – – not a missing of the mark merely, but a refusal to aim at the mark.

Sin = read-handed anarchy against God – – defiance against God – – self-realization.

When once I realize that everything is in Jesus Christ.

Prayer is the battle.

At His ascension or Lord entered Heaven, and He keeps the door open for humanity to enter.

It is not sinful to have a body and a natural life; if it were it would be untrue to say that Jesus Christ was sinless.

Material things are going to be translucent with the light of God.

You are a person that is spirit soul and body.

We must strenuously cast our ways and our burdens on Him.

Things look like they happen by chance, but behind all is the purpose of God.

When we are in living touch with God we began to discern that nothing happens by chance.

The essential nature of God is Will and Love and Light.

Self chosen authority is an impertinence.

With Him ‘to believe means to commit.’

A man’s beliefs are the effect of his being a Christian, not the cause of it.

It is not a question of believing but receiving.

Belief is not that God can do the thing, but belief in God.

It is heroism to believe in God.

It is easy to say God reigns, and then to see Satan, suffering and sin reigning, and God apparently powerless.

Belief in God must be tried before it is of value to God or to a child of His.

What we believe and think, we are.

Creeds are the effect of our belief, not the cause of it. I do not have to believe all that to be a Christian.

 

 

Oswald Chambers

Oswald Chambers  ~  Quotations from this prolific Christian will now be shared from time to time.  Oswald’s forte is his emphasis on the deeper walk with Christ and his profound understanding of discipleship.  The Scotsman came on the scene towards the end of Spurgeon’s ministry, and is noted most for his devotional writings and his ministry in Egypt during his later years.

The Cross of Christ is God’s last and endless word.

The Cross is the crystallized point in history where Eternity merges with Time.

 

Senator Marco Rubio Speaks On Iran Nuke Deal

“We have given this all away without any commitment that Iran will end its’ support for terrorism, accept Israel’s right to exist, or return a single American hostage.  In short, the deal with Iran is not a deal at all.  It is a string of concessions to a sworn adversary of the United States.”

Republican Florida Senator Marco Rubio

GOP Presidential Candidate

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Fox News Poll

If you were in Congress, How Would You Vote on the Iran Nuclear Deal?

Approve  31%

Reject      58%

August 11-13, 2015

Reasons Why Believers Suffer Loss

God sometimes snuffs out our brightest candle that we may look up to His eternal stars.         ~ Vance Havner

Do you have friends and long time acquaintances who do well in life but never give a thought for the Lord?  They often have never suffered extreme setbacks, hence they lack the realization of their need for God.  The Christian, however, may have been pruned back so they would have a better understanding of the Lord and their need for Him.  Humility is the gateway to a close relationship with the Lord.  Thank Him for your trials and losses.  Wise men seek Him in their hour of need.    Blessings, Pastor Steve

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2 Timothy 3:12  King James Version (KJV)

12 Yea, and all that will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution.

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Hebrews 12:6-11  King James Version (KJV)

For whom the Lord loveth he chasteneth, and scourgeth every son whom he receiveth.

If ye endure chastening, God dealeth with you as with sons; for what son is he whom the father chasteneth not?

But if ye be without chastisement, whereof all are partakers, then are ye bastards, and not sons.

Furthermore we have had fathers of our flesh which corrected us, and we gave them reverence: shall we not much rather be in subjection unto the Father of spirits, and live?

10 For they verily for a few days chastened us after their own pleasure; but he for our profit, that we might be partakers of his holiness.

11 Now no chastening for the present seemeth to be joyous, but grievous: nevertheless afterward it yieldeth the peaceable fruit of righteousness unto them which are exercised thereby.

 

What Happens When there Is No Church Discipline

Posted on July 4, 2015 by

Joshua and the elders of Israel lay on their faces and prayed after the defeat at Ai, but it did no good. There was sin in the camp and Achan had to be dealt with. The church at Corinth prided itself in its tolerance of immorality, but Paul demanded that the offender be put out and delivered to Satan. There is sin in the churches today and neither pious prayer meetings nor amiable tolerance will take care of the situation. We are afraid to touch Achan and the fornicators with a forty-foot pole. There is no church discipline now, for who would discipline whom? Ananias and Sapphira are more likely to be on the official board.

 

2015 Second Orlando Prophecy Summit, Part 20

Jerome Corsi          “The Obama Nation II: Judgment Day”    Part 1       Jerome Corsi.com

Jerome Corsi has a Harvard Ph. D. and writes for World Net Daily.  Jerome Corsi majored in Political Science.  He wrote Obama Nation in 2008, having in mind Daniel and the abomination of desolation.  It was a New York Times best seller for a month.  It explained first of all, that Obama had a very murky nativity story.  In his birth certificate written in 1961, the Immigration Naturalization Service doubted that the African was his father.  The two never lived together, no marriage license was ever found, and no one remembered ever attending the marriage ceremony.  A birth record has never been found, and they changed the hospital he was born in (they thought it was one hospital then the other).  Every child delivered in the hospital was recorded and Obama’s name is not there.  Obama was raised by his step father Barry Soetoro in Indonesia, and was a Muslim attending Mosques, and the school records are available to prove it.  Obama was also raised and mentored by Frank Marshall Davis who was a Communist.  He was an African American journalist, poet, and author of pornographic novels.  Davis was Obama’s mentor in Hawaii, and he was a Communist and a Socialist.  Obama’s history is a history of lies.  Obama also had a close liaison with underground bomber Bill Ayers.  Corsi believes there is apocalyptic implications to Obama’s character and what he is doing in office.  Obama is sympathetic to the Muslim cause and the Islamic world view.  Obama is radically Socialist, Muslim oriented, intending to destroy the United States of America by overloading the social welfare system (one half of Americans are receiving some sort of government check), fifty seven million people are on food stamps, one hundred million Americans are not working, he is opening up the borders so that demographically we are changed as a nation, and assuming the laws will change to follow the reality.  Ann (Stanley) Dunham was Barack Obama’s mother, who raised him in war torn Indonesia, where the C.I.A. arranged for the killing of thousands of Christians while the Muslims were taking over in power.  On April 27, 2011, Loretta Fuddy certified that a computer generated birth certificate resembled the one from 1961 that you cannot see.  (There were no computer generated birth certificates from that time era).  She died mysteriously after a small Cessna airplane crashed in shallow water in Hawaii.  She was the only passenger out of nine that died, even though she got out of the airplane with a life vest on.  She died of an alleged heart attack.  The airplane came down in one piece but was later crushed into many pieces.  [To destroy the evidence?]  Critical pieces of Obama’s past are missing, including his birth certificate, school records, and passport information.  Obama’s life history resembles a CIA fictitious character, one whose life represents a person who did not exist.  Various nefarious organizations allowed Obama to attend Harvard.  Among these are the Black Panthers, Black Muslims, and the CIA.

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Obama has worn a ring since college that says “There is no god but Allah.”  The liberal press and the White House denied this, and came up with a fictitious story in place of the facts.

Obama had to sanitize his relationship with Reverend Wright, his church, and the African “down low” community.  [The “down low” community is the male homosexuality of the prison cultures].  These men are often bisexual.  Reverend Wright’s church supported the “down low” community.  Barack Obama was known in the “down low” community as “Bath House Barry.”  He was commonly known to be a homosexual.  Before coming into the public eye, he was known for living on credit cards, smoking cigarettes and marijuana, snorting cocaine, and going to gay bath houses.  Obama is widely known in Chicago to be homosexual.  His marriage to Michelle Robinson was an arranged marriage.  Michelle was raised in Jesse Jackson’s home.  One of the daughters is said to belong to Jesse Jackson himself.

Every thing you know about Barack Obama is a lie.  It is manufactured fiction.  His entire life history is manufactured fiction.  Obama is also tied in with a cult that exists in Indonesia, Hawaii and Chicago called SUBUD.  Loretta Fuddy, the aforementioned Health Representative who vouched for the computer generated birth certificate and died in a mysterious airplane crash, was also a member of SUBUD.  Why does our president have to have a secret history?  He is starting a race war and polarizing Americans.  This is the Communist tactic.  You gain power by creating social class divisions, and rub them raw and tell them they are abused.  Obama is all about income redistribution.

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In 2005 Jerome Corsi predicted that Iran would develop nuclear weapons and John Kerry would be the one to do it.  (John Kerry takes money from Iranian Muslims as does Hillary Clinton).  Barack Obama has changed our policy to tolerate a nuclear Iran.  This is insanity.  Obama has nothing in his heart to support Israel.  Obama in 2011 has changed sides in the war on terror.  Obama supports the Muslim Brotherhood and has promoted over twenty of them to high policy positions in the White House, and has allowed ISIS to destabilize the Middle East.

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Corsi’s Final Notes:

Jerome Corsi’s predictions:  We will have nuclear war in the Middle East soon.  The author of that nuclear war will be Barack Obama.  We will have race wars and riots in the United States.  Note the war over South Carolina’s Confederate Battle Flag.  There are continually new flavors of racism coming forth in America nearly every day.  Corsi also mentioned there was serious consideration in the military of a coup.  Showing up at the White House and arresting Barack Obama.  (the audience cheered).  There will be a world wide economic collapse around October if we continue on our “house of cards” course.  There will be a fight for survival in Israel, but Israel will win (read Ezekiel).  Israel will not be destroyed.  We must prepare for the chaos because in the end God wins.

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My thoughts on Corsi’s seminar:   I learned very little from Corsi’s data.  If you saw the movie 2016, then you already know about Obama’s intentions for America.  What Corsi stated has been supported by many other sources that I have been exposed to.  Christians everywhere see the wheels coming off of the wagon in our nation and are praying fervently.   Maranatha, Pastor Steve

***   In reference to Corsi’s statement in the above article that was highlighted in red, I could not agree more.  Newscasters, for instance, are befuddled why Obama is greasing the skid for a nuclear armed Iran and a once again empowered Russia.  Everything Obama does has apocalyptic implications.  Obama does not like our Constitution nor the Judeo Christian principles upon which our nation was built.  He is methodically destroying our national security.  He deceived the American people in 2009, calling marriage a union between only  one man and one woman.  He has done everything he could to enable our enemies and abandon our allies.  Our enemies no longer fear us, and our allies no longer trust us.   ***   

Keep Looking Up And Pray For Revival In America!

Keep Looking Up!

Posted on July 5, 2015 by

We need spiritual trifocals these days. There is a three-way look which our Lord set forth in His discourse about the end of the age (Luke 21:25-36). The outlook is bad, with distress of nations, perplexity, men’s hearts failing them for fear. The uplook is good, for our Lord is coming back. When we see the signs we are to look up and lift up our heads, not drop them in despair nor shake them in doleful lament. In the light of all this we need to have an inlook, to take heed unto ourselves, to watch and pray, to take spiritual stock and inventory. You are in plenty of trouble unless you are fitted with these trifocals!