The Indictment August 19, 2015Posted by stevekerp in End Times, Harbingers.
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Indictment. A written accusation charging that an individual named therein has committed an act or omitted to do something that is punishable by law.
I’m grieved and about nauseated as I write this. I don’t expect a lot of “shares” on Facebook and, in fact, some will simply read the headline underneath the picture (below) and delete the post. Believe me, I understand. What is being revealed is truly horrifying. But if we avoid the story, why do we tolerate the reality?
Geoff Grider has posted an article (link below) describing the latest Planned Parenthood exposé video. The source article is here:
I have not viewed the video; Geoff’s story is sufficiently horrifying.
I believe these videos (seven so far) are a seven-point indictment by God to America. We in the eschatosphere are distracted by the anticipated events of September and “Jesus-must-be-coming-soon-goody-goody!“, but God is also JUST and I seriously doubt that we in the church will get a pass. This is happening on our watch, and most of us (even the “Bible-believing evangelicals”) did little to nothing to prevent it; indeed, many of us participated in it.
If we still think God is a sugar daddy who is going to ignore our crimes against our fellowmen because we said a little prayer once, or got baptized, or what-ever, then I think we’re in for a terrifying awakening. Babies were and are being murdered. We have not objected or resisted, nor have we (most of us) warned those with the knives that they are under God’s wrath unless they repent.
This season of Elul is, I believe, America’s last opportunity to turn from her wicked ways. In view of Obergefell and the manifest “ho-hum, I wonder what’s on TV” response by most people, I think America will blow it one more time, and I think America will be destroyed. But we slumber on, or we’re so busy squabbling among ourselves whether pre-trib or post-trib is correct, that we neglect what God is saying to us. He is about to turn up the volume.
Do we REALLY think God doesn’t care? What is wrong with us?
Here is the link to Geoff’s story: Now The End Begins
The Shortest Sermon Ever Preached August 18, 2015Posted by stevekerp in Current Events, End Times, Harbingers.
Tags: Jonah, Nineveh
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ON (or probably very close to) THIS DAY IN HISTORY: Jonah began his trek through the city of Nineveh, proclaiming “In 40 days, Nineveh will be destroyed.” This was probably the shortest sermon ever preached, but the people believed and repented, and Nineveh was spared.
What about us? We in the U.S. are certainly an overqualified people who have sinned against God by persistent unfaithfulness (Ezekiel 14:13), and are over-ripe for judgment. As a nation, we have hardened our hearts and stiffened our necks against God and His word. Even the so-called “Christians” in this land are, by and large, satisfied to try to placate God with a Sunday ritual, while otherwise ignoring Him. How much time in prayer, Bible study, and Christian fellowship? How much time watching TV? With what do we fill our minds on Saturday night before “going to church” on Sunday morning? Are we really fooling God? Or just ourselves??
Don’t be put off by the judgmental tone of this post. I’m not enjoying this either. But we may have just FORTY DAYS to repent, before God Himself displays His righteous wrath against this land.
In the following article, Michael Snyder lists events that are already planned for September: 10 Things That Are Going To Happen Within 15 Days Of The End Of The Shemitah. He summarizes his conclusions:
As a nation, we have unapologetically embraced evil. We are extremely proud, arrogant, greedy and cold-hearted. I do not believe that there is any hope for our nation unless we are shaken to our core.
I am fully convinced that the months ahead are going to dramatically change life in America, but whether it happens right now or not, I am 100 percent convinced that a great shaking is coming to this nation at some point.
I share his concern. Clearly, significant change in the global village is being planned and implemented. More importantly, there are some compelling reasons to believe that God is about to intervene powerfully in human history. Jonah has a message for us. Are we listening?
Is Jesus Christ Your Center? August 4, 2015Posted by stevekerp in Uncategorized.
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“Christian” is not simply a cultural term. It isn’t just shorthand for what one does on Sunday morning, or even what one “believes” about God, the Bible, or appropriate ethical behavior. Rather, “Christian” properly denotes the center and focus of one’s life.
If the most important thing to you – the thing you think of, spend time and money on, and plan around – is your career, you aren’t properly a Christian. You are a “careerist” or something similar.
One might protest, but don’t protest to me. Jesus said (Matthew 10:37) that if ANYTHING is more important to you that Him, you are not worthy of Him. Have you lost your “first love”? Are you “mostly” committed to Jesus?
More deceptively, have you confused love for Jesus with love for Church, or love for Bible Study, or love for emotional religious experiences, or anything else? Do you hope you have “enough Jesus” to stay out of hell? Or are you so passionately in love with Him that nothing else really matters?