1. About today’s moral madness, I often have found myself saying, “They have no sense.”

    Things really have decayed moraly.

    I don’t understand why it is that everyone with a fishing boat isn’t on the waters in the gulf to
    harvest crude oil from the oil slicks. It seems to me that there should be reclaimation centers set up where people could bring in barrels of the stuff for profit. Wouldn’t that help the local economies of the states that have been suffering the worst of it? Shouldn’t everyone be harvesting the crude oil according to their own abilities?
    Why isn’t the private sector involved? Isn’t there enough inovative Americans?

    It’s unfortunate that BP got in over it’s head.
    May God help them stop the leaking and recover the oil.

  2. The world today is in moral chaos. I’m 25 years old now, and it is very hard to live a life that is holy and pure. I never did see myself as a perfect person in the past, but I can say that the world is not getting any easier to live in. Temptation is everywhere! Have mercy, O Lord. Satan has turned darkness into light! We need to be aware of this critical time and make sure that we are abiding in Jesus. May God lead us and guide us as we trust in His grace and power to overcome.

  3. Folks,
    Its hard to know how it will end exactly, but i’m not hanging onto a hard and fast time. There are blood moons linked to the Jewish holidays starting in 2015 or so. This is a significant sign. I’m 99% sure that every major govt has been co-opted by the forerunner of the antichrist system. People are getting microchipped as we speak. The cashless system is not a pipe dream anymore. Governments stage events so that they can act as the “savior” by stepping in and solving a problem they create. The best thing I can advise is to remain upright, dont retreat into your living rooms and stay engaged. We are still the ambassadors of Christ and as long as we are here, all Christians have an obligation to finish the race in stride. If you believe in the rapture (as i do), don’t drop your pack. Keep the faith and stay engaged regardless of an airlift or not.

  4. i believe he is , when we look at all the mockers of everything holy, extreme moral decay,israel surrounded on every side by enemies,the rebirth of israel,etc.lets stay in him, lets be do’ers of the word,live holy,and keep our eyes on the prize!!

  5. I’m 35 and i have seen in my short time a definite decline in morality, never noticed it till i got was regenerated by the Holy Spirit but it seems to be getting faster and faster with the advance of new communications spreading ideas can be instant now at the push of a keyboard button.

    I have no eshcatological thoeries its a waste of time to me, i have enough to worry about with my sins ands sanctification on a daily basis, but i keep watch for anything significant that could be of interest. There is far too much focus on End times and not enough on sanctification IMO in general.

    I dont hold to a pre trib rapture i agree on that for sure.

    Best advice is found in Luke 21:36

    stay alert at all times, praying that you may have strength to escape all these things that must happen, and to stand before the Son of Man.

    There a ton of garbage out there on end times, Keep open to instruction and pray the Holy Spirits leads you in wisdom and insight.

    Baruch Adonai

  6. To answer the question posed on todays show I honestly say I don’t know. I do however believe that we may see God’s judgment poured out on the western world and the visible western church in the next 30 years. Whether it’s the final judgment or a means by which God once again purifies His church who can say with definity? I think of Habakkuk and his cry to God:

    How long, LORD, must I call for help and You do not listen, or cry out to You about violence and You do not save? Why do You force me to look at injustice? Why do You tolerate wrongdoing? Oppression and violence are right in front of me. Strife is ongoing, and conflict escalates.
    (Habakkuk 1:2-3 HCSB)

    And God’s reply:

    Look at the nations and observe–be utterly astounded! For something is taking place in your days that you will not believe when you hear about it. Look! I am raising up the Chaldeans, that bitter, impetuous nation that marches across the earth’s open spaces to seize territories not its own. They are fierce and terrifying; their views of justice and sovereignty stem from themselves. Their horses are swifter than leopards and more fierce than wolves of the night. Their horsemen charge ahead; their horsemen come from distant lands. They fly like an eagle, swooping to devour. All of them come to do violence; their faces are set in determination. They gather prisoners like sand. They mock kings, and rulers are a joke to them. They laugh at every fortress and build siege ramps to capture it. Then they sweep by like the wind and pass through. They are guilty; their strength is their god.
    (Habakkuk 1:5-11 HCSB)

    Judgment may very well and rightly begin with the church (1 Peter 4:17). Let us repent and then let us fast and pray interceding first for our brothers and sisters in Christ and then for our nation. Even now it is not too late if we, God’s people, will humbly repent and pray, God may once again revive the Western church.

    If it be time for the Lord to return then I pray come Lord Jesus, but if God yet desires an untold multitude of those yet born and those yet reached with the gospel to be welcomed into His kingdom then I will gladly see Him linger yet awhile longer. To God be the glory through Jesus His son until the multitude in heaven is so vast that it can’t be numbered.

  7. When everything good is turned into bad in the sight of the people, when what’s right to them looks like wrong, when forward is backward, when
    words and their meanings get changed, when things are labeled differently through deception, isn’t it then that it’s time to rise and shine?

    Where will people go for justice? Will they come to the church and say “Will you plead my cause? My case is good. My cause is just. I’m willing to reconcile, if only there is justice, good judgment, prudence, good sense, mercy and truth together.”?

    Will the church be ready? Will we say, “Please have mercy.”, when the time is right? Will we do it without partiality or hypocrisy? Will they come to us to be brought to Christ? Will they see the light through us? Will they want the kingdom of heaven with it’s righteousness, joy, and rejoicing?

    Will the glory of God shine upon us?

  8. As the earth increases in population there tends to be an increase in offenses between people and people groups.

    With technology the world seems to be getting smaller. Just as crime seems to be more rampant in a big city, when our teritory gets smaller and neighbor is next to neighbor, offenses seem to abound all the more.

    That seems to be a natural order of things. So we will hear of more wars and troubles just as Jesus said.

    I also believe Jesus is telling us that spiritually things will be heating up in a similar manner as other things that we can see.
    (Matthew 24)

    It seems to me that all these things are signs of the times. But of the day and hour of the end and of Christ’s return no one knows but God.

    If I would have lived during the holocaust of the Nazi’s I wonder what I would have thought of the times.

    Doesn’t Jesus come to a sinner when he isn’t looking? He can came at any time. I don’t know when.

    I just don’t know. But when we see things heating up spiritually, we should be watching, looking, praying, and doing what we should be doing.

  9. For the millenial rule, I vote yes, in the next thirty years. I have written on other blogs the why of my belief.

  10. And, to clarify further, I am a prewrath parousia believer, not a pretrib parousia believer as to the Return. There seems a little confusion of the Return and its linkage to the promises given to Moshe and David regarding the Land, its people, and the extent of dominion under God there for its people.

  11. What a great message David! Jesus the Son of God, our all. Thought your conemmts on Sin being abnormal as we see life through God’s story was amazing. I have to say I’ve never really see it in this way.Thank you mate.

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