I’m writing today because I am fed up, sick and tired of the casualness of fellow brothers treating issues of infinite importance with blasé – even mocking – attitudes that betray the more radical examine in the Church that is required at this time.
One of the most infuriating aspects of the Church is the profound hypocrisy of some calling the lukewarm landscape to a higher standard one moment and then appealing to them as a bastion of the faith to support our own personal agendas the next!
Part of my answer is that, on Saturday January 4th 2020, during the filming of, The Draft – A Conscription of Conscience, God had given me a prophetic burden to call every church in the UK to close their doors, to repent and to pray. On Friday March 20th, 2020, the exact weekend that Boris Johnson “enlisted” the nation into historic lockdown (and every single church therein), the film was released. As bewildering as it was/still is for me, how can anyone conclude that this was anything other than vindicating, prophetic accuracy? The Lord was gracious enough to give me a prophetic word (cf. Jeremiah 28: 8), I spoke and the unthinkable call to action then happened.
For the last few months we have been reading slowly and prayerfully through the book of 1 Corinthians – we’re calling it, The City of Temples. Just earlier this morning, I dropped the seventeenth episode as we now walk through the door of chapter 7. Why not grab your Bible and listen here? Having laidContinue reading “City of Temples: A Study of 1st Corinthians”
We are living at an hour in church history where, once again, what the Church says about Jesus is being increasingly scrutinised. To put it another way, we are living at a pivotal moment of importance in which God is forcing the Bride to face squarely in the eye what it is that we sayContinue reading “What We Say About Jesus”