One More Time, Lord!

   I started preaching back in 1998. In January of 2002, I was called of God to start pastoring a church.  I am still pastor of that church some nineteen and a half years later. Throughout those years of ministry, there was one hope I maintained, a hope that is still growing in my heart. That hope is that the Church is going to get raptured out of here with the same power the early Church had. That she is not going to be some impotent, tailed-tucked-under-her-legs type church. The same power in which the Church was birthed is the same power in which she is going to exit in. I believe this more than ever. I live in the expectation of this every time I gather with the Church. Is there anyone reading this who believes this with me? I will believe it with you.

    I see the Church in a very fragile condition right now. I see the Church at a place of decision, just like Israel at Mount Carmel where they were faltering between to opinions. “And Elijah came to all the people, and said, ‘How long will you falter between two opinions? If the LORD is God, follow Him; but if Baal, follow him.’ But the people answered him not a word.” (I Kings 18:21).  We are at a time where the saints no longer have the luxury of answering not a word. Saint of God, you must decide if you are going to be a part of the remnant that God is going to raise up or if you are going to go into apathy or even lukewarm mode. Saint of God, are you ...

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