1. Malcolm Trosclair

    Thank you so much for this article and for your ministry to those you so perfectly described in paragraph two. Years ago, I was praying about speaking to the pastor of a church, about a couple in his congregation that everyone knew were living together without being married. That morning, during “Sunday school” the small group I attended with my future wife, was reading aloud from Micah chapter three. As we read the verses, I could not help but think of this pastor who refused to teach what God says or warn his flock about the consequences of such things. As a new believer, I was very nervous about speaking to the pastor about this, especially since I had just recently met my future wife and didn’t want her to think I was out of line in doing it. Imagine my surprise and deep sense of amazement when it came my turn to read a verse aloud and the verse was verse eight. “But truly I am full of power by the Spirit of the LORD, And of justice and might, To declare to Jacob his transgression and to Israel his sin.” I wish I could report that the pastor repented and became a faithful shepherd, but God used the incident to show me that He wants to use even new believers who have the love of the truth to warn others, pastors included.

  2. Jeffry

    “This do in Remembrance of Me” For many years I went to a church of about 60 in fellowship. Every Lords Day we gathered to proclaim the Lord’s Death till He comes. The Lords Supper. Brothers were to come to give thanks for God’s son our Lord Jesus Christ. Sisters did not speak but they certainly came prepared. They would come to men that spoke with tears in their eyes telling them they were meditating on the mens same thoughts. Of course we men began to have tears in our eyes too. Visitors were never asked for money collection. They were invited to come back at 7 to here the Gospel. Thank God some were saved. We sometimes had a Gospel series with Full time Gospel Preachers. Again we thank God some visitors were saved. Our Bible tells us we are close to the Rapture. TheBook of Revelation is warning us. Only our Heavenly Father knows the last person that will be saved before we hear the shout. Trust Him. Preach the Gospel. Keep looking up! Pray Christians Pray.

  3. Tree

    Thank- you so much for this article ! It certainly much needed today. I have found a few who either change the Gospel message by saying ” don’t preach repentance to unbeliever’s” , don’t tell people to say the sinner’s prayer when witnessing,
    to blatantly saying “does God say that He magnifies his Word above his Name?” No, he does not” (BLB) They are well known prominent Evangelist, Pastor, &Teacher.
    Thanks again for the work LHT’s is doing!

  4. GJ

    Thank you!

    Christ endured the Cross for the joy set before Him… His inheritance in the Saints… the everlasting covenant of Life, go forward be fruitful and multiply… the promises to Abraham, God would multiply his seed as the sand and we would be with Him and He with us.

    Remove this from the Gospel, i.e. prophecy, and it morphs into us attempting to save the world (ourselves) as our own god.

    Revelation 19:10 And I fell at his feet to worship him. And he said unto me, See thou do it not: I am thy fellowservant, and of thy brethren that have the testimony of Jesus: worship God: for the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.

    The Cross is God’s ultimate provision for us… if we reject His provision(s)… we remain fearful liars and murderers who will not inherit the Kingdom of God.

    From something I’m writing…

    Does it all come down to a common fear in this world… about the belly and body? Has it changed since Israel’s trek through the desert? Does not falling prey to result in sin… fear resulting in unbelief?

    Is not murder through abortion, jabs, masks, and lockdowns… the attempt to control the world and its population, ultimately over… we (I) won’t have enough… God can’t provide… so I must take you, my competition, out? In other words, we seek to save ourselves.

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