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Matthew Angelo April 9, 2015 at 9:12 pm

I will read this article of yours one of these days, Pastor. Since it caught my attention, I had scanned what it says. Though I missed some parts, I strongly agree with you that we should have the heart to share with everyone God’s love. Since times are getting tougher, we really need to double time. We really should be bolder and more aggressive(in a godly manner) to spread the Word. For in Him there is eternal salvation. Bless your heart, always.

Jack Wellman April 9, 2015 at 9:53 pm

Thank you Mr. Angelo. If this article does nothing more than to inspire a greater sense of urgency to witness to the lost, then I call this article a success for to me, nothing is more crucial than to glorify God and to spread His Word, saving as many as our Great God permits through us. Praise God, yes we need to be more aggressive or determined for sure. I thank God that you care for lost souls brother since only, the last I read, only 4% of Christians are active in witnessing to their unsaved family, co-workers, and strangers. Thank you sir. You made my day!

deno April 10, 2015 at 6:17 am

nice one.no matter what we believe about prophecy lets not take our eyes off Jesus.

Matthew Angelo April 10, 2015 at 8:40 am

Very well said, my brother. Jesus is, after all, the perfector and author of our life and faith. He wants us to focus on Him, no matter how strong the storm is. It really blesses me to have this kind of conversation with my heavenly brothers. This makes me feel that our God is alive, especially during these times. Be blessed always, buddy.

Jack Wellman April 10, 2015 at 9:46 am

As always, you are so kind sir. I see that you too see the bottom line and that is to rescue the perishing and to not take our eyes off of Jesus. Thanks brother.

Jack Wellman April 10, 2015 at 9:46 am

Amen my friend in Christ….nothing else matters but focusing on Christ. Well said.

Arold @ Living For Jesus April 11, 2015 at 6:30 pm

I think there’s no doubt about the fact that China will be a key player in the end times. If we’re taking a look the battle of Armageddon the 200 million of soldiers that will be deployed, China will provide a huge amount of them.

I think with respect to sharing the gospel, we’re not really taking our Christ-given responsibility to go out there in order to make disciples. We’re pretty much living in a time in which most Christians remain in their comfort zone praising God while doing nothing in order to extend the love, mercy, and grace of God to a dying world. Many Christians somehow pretend that there’s nothing at stake in regard to where people will spend their eternity.

No matter what we could have achieved in this world with respect to goal, they will never be able to come close in term of significance when it comes down to bring a soul to Christ.

Jack Wellman April 11, 2015 at 6:39 pm

Absolutely spot on my friend. So true. We are more interested in praising God and worshiping Him (which is okay but….) while the outside world is perishing eternally without Christ. We ought to feel compelled to rescue the perishing and win souls to Christ and indeed my friend, nothing can compare with bringing the lost to Christ.

Matthew Angelo April 13, 2015 at 10:29 am

I agree too. Because no matter what happens to this corrupted world, our main goal should not change. And our focus with Jesus Christ should not be taken by the catastrophes(in all forms) happening on Earth. I said this because in my personal opinion our times are really getting tougher than ever. It is very important that we are always aware that victory is already ours through our Jesus. The enemies are fighting a losing fight. Let us not lose heart and grow weary just because of what we see, for we will reap in due time (Galatians 6:9). And most importantly, may we never forget to do all things with love (1 Corinthians 16:14)
May we all enjoy God’s love and blessings every day, my lovely brothers and sisters.

Christine May 25, 2020 at 12:33 pm

It seems to me, most are not obedient to “THE OLD COVENANT” which from what I’ve learned is a PERPETUAL COVENANT FROM YAHOVAH OUR CREATOR.

Jack Wellman May 25, 2020 at 12:56 pm

Hello Christine. The Word of God teaches that the Messiah, Jesus, has come and shed the blood of the new covenant (Matthew 26:28; Hebrews 10:29) so that henceforth he is the Mediator of a new covenant, so that all saving, covenant-keeping faith is conscious faith in him; (2) the old covenant has therefore become “obsolete” (Hebrews 8:13) and does not govern the new-covenant people of God (2 Corinthians 3:7–18; Romans 7:4, 6; Galatians 3:19); and (3) the promised new heart and the enabling power of the Holy Spirit have been given through faith. If the old covenant were enough for us, the new covenant would never have come, and Jesus would not have had to die.

Jack H April 13, 2015 at 1:48 pm

Hello, Pastor!

I know this is unrelated to the article, but I heard in the newspapers that there’s a huge risk of “US-style food deserts” forming in some deprived areas in the UK where fast food places are very plentiful. As an American who knows your country well, could you explain more about this phenomenon and how it’s been affecting the USA?

Thank you as always, Jack 🙂

Jack Wellman April 13, 2015 at 1:55 pm

I don’t know what you mean about this phenomenon my brother. I had not heard about it. I wish it was evangelism (the real evangelism of repentance and faith) that was spreading there. Sorry I couldn’t help you brother. Good too hear from you anyway.

Sardol Kwan April 21, 2015 at 5:24 am

Many years ago, when I was a younger Christian, I read the passage and had the same conclusion that the Chinese army would go over. I later realised that this conclusion is most likely completely wrong and misleads Christians into understanding what is the source of the greater danger.
1.] ‘East’ is in reference to Israel. The Wise Men from the East in most reviews I read, were men from Iran or Iraq. Therefore, ‘East’ in Revelations can be anywhere from Iraq to the Oriental and Melayasian people in the Far East. What people forget are the most likely ‘Easterners’ – the Pakistanis, Indians & Bangladeshis. That’s over 1.6 Billion people almost all of whom are Muslims and Hindus. Has anybody checked how much religious persecution of Christians go on in India today? People who call the Chinese ‘communists’ don’t know what they are talking about. The Chinese are ‘moneytists’ – with wealth as their god. Which of these are more likely to give up their lives to go fight a war far away? And for what material goods will they gain in Israel that they now not have?
2.] Has anybody ever looked at the map to see what separates China from the rest of the world? For an excellent understanding of this, go read Stratfor’s review on this matter. It is very, very far from China to Israel by land and very, very difficult! Deserts, mountains, rivers, …. Can you imagine 100 million crossing over? It is far easier in terms of terrain and in terms of distance to go from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan to Israel.
3.] The writer is still thinking of conventional armies. Look at ISIS. Where did thousands of their fighters spring up from? Other than the defeated remnants of Saddams’ armies, these are ex-farmers, accountants, IT savants, teachers, drop-outs, etc. Therefore, the armies of the end-days need not be conventional national armies.
If you don’t understand these points and are keeping your eyes on China, you will miss the greater and more likely danger that is nearer, much nearer.

Matthew Angelo April 21, 2015 at 1:23 pm

You make a very good point here, brother. Anyone would agree that these religions do not acknowledge Jesus as the ultimate Lord and Savior. Some might know the truth, but they intentionally taunt God through counterfeit beliefs. After all, lies come in different forms, but the truth only had, only has, and will only have one version. And that is Jesus. The author and perfector of our faith and salvation.

I believe there is nothing wrong with gathering this type of information. It is, after all, an eye-opener for everyone. It is also a sign that we are updated with what is happening with the world these days, that we are not just “praise-the-Lord” institution. We are more than a religion because we were already warned by the Bible of what is to take place, although some details are not specific. But no matter what or which country/ies will play a very pivotal part in the end times, our main goal is to spread the gospel in all nations. Our will to save everyone should not waiver for we know that the end is near, although exact details were not given. It will soon happen. And when this time comes, the Earth will experience a total wreak havoc. And I personally do not want anyone to be left behind to experience the world’s darkest hour. And I know so do you.

But I thank you for your personal insight, buddy. This was really an eye-opener for me. God bless you more…

John March 3, 2020 at 2:35 am

“Last days our leader” God told me that.on 1995

Israel puli May 27, 2020 at 5:26 am

Please tell me what will be the present condition of china asper bible

Jack Wellman May 27, 2020 at 7:43 am

The present condition of China is not mentioned in Scripture…only what will be

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