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Monday: Signs of the End — 12 Comments

  1. Jesus said, "Watch and pray lest you fall into temptation."

    God wants to give His Holy Spirit to all who desire to give up selfishness and to receive His Love. He wants to give us His Spirit more than humans want to give their children good gifts.

    • The text in John 12:21 explains why the Greek gentile believers wanted to see Jesus. His reputation followed Him and an opportunity was made available. Jesus undoubtedly had other purposes in mind. Foremost in the mind of Jesus was the planned sacrifice that was about to take place. John 12:27-32. The grain of wheat that needed to die so that new wheat could grow and multiply. With out Jesus' death and resurrection we would not exist with a life eternal. John12:23-26

    • My former pastor preached that the biggest problem for Christians is to overcome temptation.
      Have you heard the calls, by church leaders, to pray for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit?

      Acts 5:32 And we are his witnesses of these things; and so is also the Holy Ghost, whom God hath given to them that obey him.

      Psalms 66:18 If I regard iniquity in my heart, the Lord will not hear me:

      Proverbs 28:9 He that turneth away his ear from hearing the law, even his prayer shall be abomination.

  2. To pray that we continue to have channels that can be used to share the gospel message and the plan of salvation. We can see that freedom of speech is gradually being eroded away. May God continue to help us find ways to keep our candles burning, through the health message, our life styles and most importantly to reflect our moral value daily which is a transcript of God's word. To be occupied in the harvest field can keep our faith strong until the return of our Lord and Saviour.

  3. most important thing we for get is to pray nt to find ourselfs into temptation and he is telln u and me nt to forget because he nows how bad it is to find urself in it. am sure we have experience how had it is God is good thanks

  4. Watch and pray always and study and preach to others, we have to occupy our time; otherwise we will give up. May the Lord help us.

  5. As dark and tragic as the last days would be it it not all doom and gloom. Among the natural disasters, religious deception and persecution of God's people the latter rain will also fall and many will be converted to the truth.

    Souls that were scattered all through the religious bodies answered to the call, and the precious were hurried out of the doomed churches, as Lot was hurried out of Sodom before her destruction.—Early Writings, 279 (1858).

    There will be an army of steadfast believers who will stand as firm as a rock through the last test.—Selected Messages 3:390

    There are many souls to come out of the ranks of the world, out of the churches—even the Catholic Church—whose zeal will far exceed that of those who have stood in rank and file to proclaim the truth heretofore.—Selected Messages 3:386, 387

    Multitudes will receive the faith and join the armies of the Lord.—Evangelism, 700

    Many who have strayed from the fold will come back to follow the great Shepherd.—Testimonies for the Church 6:401

    • Thank you for the inspiring quotes Matthew 8:36 "But when he saw the multitudes, he was moved with compassion for them, because they were distressed and scattered, as sheep not having a shepherd. 37Then saith he unto his disciples, The harvest indeed is plenteous, but the laborers are few. 38Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he send forth laborers into his harvest."

  6. Serious thought there, Sr. Dorothy. Not many of us may pass through very tough trials like faithful Job for us to see that we have overcome.

    It is the 'small' everyday things that we take for granted that will spoil all we'll have alleged to have stood for. (Song of Solomon 2:15
    "Take us the foxes, the little foxes, that spoil the vines: for our vines have tender grapes")

  7. A large group of christians have often been heard saying that Jesus has delayed and might never come back again.

    My take has been premised on His own narrative. He said He will come back. He didn't give the date, time or year. I like to use this example, when you agree to visit a freind, it's not uncommon to specify the exact date and time, say Monday June 6th 10 am. You'll be expecting that come Monday, 10 o'clock your meeting will be starting. If for any reason he doesn't make by 10, then, 11...12..13.. you will be right to say he delayed or late, simply because time was agreed upon.

    In the case of Christ, there wasn't time agreement, except a promise of sure return. This remains so. Soon and very soon expect him. As for when, leave that to Him only. He is NOT delayed.


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