November 2, 2014

christ on cross

In this hour of all-but-universal darkness where the church seems more bent on happiness than holiness, one cheering gleam appears: within the fold of conservative Christianity there are to be found increasing numbers of persons whose religious lives are marked by a growing hunger after God Himself.



They are eager for spiritual realities and will not be put off with the promise of ponies, unicorns and promised prosperity; nor will they be content with correct “interpretations” of truth like your parents saying; “because I told you so.”



 They are thirsty for God, and they will not be satisfied till they have drunk deep at the Fountain of Living Water. They are tired of worship services for the sake of entertainment and tired of Pastors that can’t seem to deliver the Word of God rightly divided.



This is the only real harbinger of revival on the horizon. People want the basic questions answered, they want to be equipped to give a ‘reasonable answer:”


 It may be the cloud the size of a man’s hand (a good question for a bible quiz; answer where that is found in the bible, without google and win your choice of a compact KJV artcraft bible or a compact NIV study bible) for which a few saints here and there have been looking.


I am hoping that it will result in a resurrection of life and a thirst for many souls to enter the Kingdom of God, and a recapture of that radiant wonder which should accompany faith in Christ, that wonder which has all but fled the Church of God in our day.


Bring back the awe of God, the wonder of his majesty, the hope for a touch from the hem of his garment, the Shekinah of glory refilling our personal temple.


God bless from scumlikeuschurch@gmail.com


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Prayer requests, we have had many requests from many persons who this holiday season will be the first year anniversary of the death of their spouse. We spent this evening with one such person tonight and it was a very somber evening, but one that ended on the hope of glory and the resurrection.

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