Attacking wolfhound


28 And the king said unto her, What aileth thee? And she answered, This woman said unto me, Give thy son, that we may eat him to day, and we will eat my son tomorrow. 29 So we boiled my son, and did eat him: and I said unto her on the next day, Give thy son, that we may eat him: and she hath hid her son.  2KINGS 6:28-29 

 

Today one would be hard pressed not to see that times have changed, and that the Bible is being fulfilled as stated in 2 Timothy 3, that the last days would be very dangerous (perilous) even, and it is most certainly true. 

What is really saddening is that the dangerous place spoken of in the Bible is not where you might expect that it would be. It is not the cold cruel world, which has always been that way; no it may come by surprise that the dangerous place is the house of prayer. With recent reports of gunfire in numerous churches and people being murdered, armor bearers required to be armed.

What is going on? It is not the “bringing in the sheep, we’ll come rejoicing;” party that was once where everyone met to discuss this committee or that and the various events. It is no longer even a reverence for God and church from the world, with drugs being sold on the steps of the church buildings and a common meeting place for juvenile gangs to meet consume beer, alcohol, smoke weed and carouse with underage girls that lied to their parents to get out of the house. 

Yes, this is the place that we claim the Holy Ghost resides, really? Violence, sexual immorality, homosexuality and lesbianism, theft of church funds, and those are just the things that we know about.  

two dogs fightingThe church house is to be a place a faith, prayer, deliverance, freedom and safe haven from the cold cruel world, yet it has become a place of famine and the congregates are beginning to attack one another as in the opening scripture. As we read 2 Kings 6, we find that times were very hard and food was scarce, so some turned to cannibalism and would eat their young, becoming animalistic.

This is most certainly not the church that Jesus spoke of when He said “greater works shall we do,” why is this happening, you might be asking? There are a host of reasons that can be blamed for the weakened state of the church, one could be that the preached word is not being preached with any power or is not a word that is given from the Holy Ghost. But rather from men that do not themselves have the indwelling or presence of the Holy Ghost in their own lives and are simply relying on schemes and lofty ideas.

 Jesus, speaking to the disciples after his resurrection, left us with hope by telling us all that we would be able to do.  However we know that the original church came under great persecution and was forced underground and was replaced by men implanted by Satan to lead man astray and into a weakened state. This has been accomplished by the enemy transforming himself into an angel of light deceiving the masses, by denominationalism, infighting about doctrinal differences, whether one should or shouldn’t be baptized just to name a few.

 Now with all of this being said, does not mean that there is no hope for the church. I truly believe that we are to fight through the assault against the church and work to come to a common understanding and walk in the “Spirit of Unity and Cooperation,” as written in the One Hundred and Thirty Third division of the Psalms. It is the only way that we are not the Church of Laodicea, with a lot of people and no power. I plead with the leaders of the Body of Christ to be humble and make every effort to bring the church together so that we can engage the enemy, because we have so many souls to fight for and it would be a travesty to lose one soul because of indifference.   

Remember we are watchmen, sent to sound the alarm, and sound it we must!!!! Peace and blessing to all that will read this blog.

 

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