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sagie May 9, 2014 at 6:05 am

Can u pls answer me I am praying seeking the lord for a job but stil I can’t get going poverty is killing me every day. Thanks

David May 9, 2014 at 12:42 pm

What has your request
to do with this article?

DocReits May 10, 2014 at 2:50 pm

Sagie,

I will pray for you, right now. Please let us know when the job arrives and its details.

Robert,

Well balanced reporting sir…;-) A pastor friend sent me Pastor Hagee’s book, when first released. I put it on the Hal Lindsey shelf in my library after reading….;-)

Granted anything can happen and I don’t want to be a scoffer, but as far as these blood moons are concerned, I am. Does anybody who has dealt with atheistic evolutionists really think the color of the moon is going to make them cry out to God?

This is not the middle ages, or prior, when men thought a simple eclipse was a portend from their gods. I could hardly get through the book as it follows the line of so many Christian fringe elements who are seeking signs of His coming.

I think it does more harm than good, not to these author’s bank accounts, but to those who claim the Name of Christ. It marginalizes Christians, once again, to the lunatic corner and makes those things, which are true concerning God, harder to be believed by those observing “our” fringe Christian leaders and pastors.

We had similar warnings by regional evangelists proclaiming(loudly) that the end was near when Y2K approached. These heralds were frothing at the mouth with accompanying Bible waving and gesticulations appearing perhaps like Ezekiel and Jeremiah must have, to the local populaces during their times, claiming that civilization as we know it is about to end…lunatics…. Yet they still have their popular radio and television shows! Christians have short memories.

There is a rub, though….they may be right. I guess I read the book about the boy crying, “WOLF”, one too many times though. As you so well said, our main purpose is to follow Christ and help others to do the same. Its just a good thing for these modern day “prophets”, that the broader Christian community “does not, keep a record of wrongs”(1 Cor 13:5).

Otherwise we would remember the warning about false prophets. Once 2015 is past and the sales from their books settle down, we will forget, once again, as they raise new alarms and sell new books, searching for the next sign of His coming. No wonder they threw poor Jeremiah down the well. I felt like doing the very same to these false prophets after Y2K passed and civilization… burped.

“But concerning that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, nor the Son, but the Father only.”(Mt 24:26)

Thank you for this informative article! Blessings to you,

DocReits

Robert May 12, 2014 at 5:23 pm

Doc,
As always, your comments are enlightening and thought-provoking. I truly appreciate your thoughts and insights. We seem have very similar biblical leanings. It is a pleasure to sharpen iron with you. God bless you. The body of Christ needs strong, insightful believers like you to encourage, teach, and reprove us along our walk with Christ.
Yours in Christ,
Robert

Jack Wellman May 15, 2014 at 12:29 pm

Well done Robert. This has been so rampant in the news and at the water cooler this year that I am so glad you explained it so coherently and precisely and I love your conclusion. Here is what we know….we should trust in Christ today and then we have nothing to fear from nature or from any man for we are safe and secure in Christ’s hands and in the Father’s hands. Indeed, is there any place more secure than that in all the universe?

Robert May 12, 2014 at 5:17 pm

Sagie,
My advice would be for you to make sure that there is no hidden sin in your life first. Ask God to reveal to you any changes He wants you to make. Then I would simply trust Him. I do not know your specific circumstances, but I know God loves you and is powerful enough to supply all your needs. Continue to seek Him and His will. Read Matthew 6:25-34 and believe it.
Yours in Christ,
Robert

Peter Elebash May 13, 2014 at 8:07 am

Interesting thoughts-





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