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The Draft


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Next Friday we’ll be releasing a “group think” film called “The Draft – A Conscription of Conscience”.

It won’t be the kind of film to watch while eating a McDonalds. (more…)

Culture, Theology

Oh, the Children


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OH, THE CHILDREN! THE CHILDREN! OH, THE CHILDREN!

A terrifying moment came in the history of Israel, in the land of Egypt, when God’s restraint suddenly seemed to “fail”.

God heard and He saw and, so, God answered.

(As a parent – as a Mummy or Daddy – how would you answer your suffering children as they cried to you for help?)

At that time in Egypt, just as today, the exclamation mark in the cry of His enslaved, worship-suppressed people was the petrified screaming of countless infants & children.

Don’t be deceived or blasé, friends: there may be nothing new under the sun but the days in which we are living are unparalleled in their evil.

Christ is coming to judge the living and the dead – to demonstrate His justice, beginning with His true Church – and He will not be appearing on a My-Little-Pony with a poxy rainbow flag in hand.

May we be prepared in heart and mind and will for the shaking travail that is coming as our Heavenly Father, Yahweh, again interrupts our proud, trailing history.

Maranatha

“…whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to have a great millstone fastened around his neck and to be drowned in the depth of the sea.”

— Matthew 18:6

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Church, Theology

Find Some People Who Want God


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“Dear God, Many of our people go to church every Sunday. It’s only a custom; they don’t want God. Find some people who want God.”

— Leonard Ravenhill

(*Please listen to the 9 minute recording, below.)

Arguably the most dangerous lure of the enemy is to convince us that we’re part of a community that wants God when, in reality, God is far from being the priority of our corporate gathering.

Treadmill Sunday activity revolving around dull “preaching”, “praying” and “worshiping” only proves the point that our functional priority is to other things… organisation, order, structure, programmes, rotas, salaries, “vision”…we want the benefits of God without wanting God Himself, otherwise we would have tears in the pulpit and tears in the pews.

With this in mind, I’ve written a book about the radical preparation unfolding within the Body of Christ before Jesus returns. You can find it in the menu list above entitled “Body Zero” – or click here.

#FindSomePeopleWhoWantGod