Saturday, August 10, 2019


“For all the promises of God in Him are Yea, and in Him Amen.” 

Today definitions have changed.
Words have become toxic.
And the enemy is using language to destroy the significance relied upon 
for generations.
Political correctness has twisted meanings 
until they have become unrecognizable.

Look for instance at the word, "freedom:"
When the Puritans spoke of “freedom” they meant the freedom to  
follow God while obeying His laws;
somewhat like the safety we have to travel in our cars, 
while we circulate according to the laws of the road.

“Freedom,” as it is interpreted today, means the casting off of all restraint
in order to follow whatever whims we feel, without regard to time,
or place, or any fellow being.
God has been written out of the picture, and unfettered human 
degeneration has been permitted in His place.

Look at man's "rights:"
We live in a time when if a sector of society likes a thing it is enough to 
provide vindication and confer legitimacy upon it.

A destruction, from a boundless stupidity of chaos, seems to cover all:
A “Christian” celebrity feels a surge of happiness when she hears 
someone speak of the Almighty as “she.”
Other Christians see the need to adapt the unchanging laws of God to 
modern thinking.
In the Bible God created mankind “male and female.” (Gen. 1.29)
- now gender has become whatever one chooses it to be.
And the list goes on, in every area, without constraint.

When the Roman empire was beginning to fall apart,
Augustine wrote his famous book on The City of God, 
and spoke of a Kingdom, not of earth,
a Kingdom which knows no decay.
So today, in the midst of the decay of earthly systems, 
the Kingdom of God stands unchanged and unchangeable.

Heb. 12.28 says, "we receiving a kingdom which cannot be moved, let us have grace,whereby we may serve God acceptably with reverence and godly fear."

We receiving 
     - that which is beyond the reach of change,
          beyond the reach of decay,
               beyond the reach of sin's destruction.

We receiving - 
     the changeless things which are the gift of a unchanging God.

We receiving -
Life which, in its length, and breadth, and height, and depth, is Eternal.

We need not change with the shifting tides of man's opinions because our 
God changes not.

“For all the promises of God in Him are Yea, and in Him Amen.” 


1 comment:

  1. Dear Brother Paul, please don't forget that Christians are not at war with people, a political party, the government, or even the culture of our time. The real enemy of all true Christians is the Devil, not the culture. Culture only represents ideas, norms, and attitudes, and cannot harm us spiritually, but the devil is a real, living supernatural being with powers that we cannot comprehend, nor should we attempt to do so. All we have to know is that The Holy Spirit is the only thing that the devil is afraid of. If we keep our attention on these truths, spiritual clarity will come into focus as well. In my opinion, it's time for Christians to stop all of our "ministries," all of our man-made, well-intended and, perhaps in times past, necessary work for the Lord, including book-writing, conferences and mega-meetings, which have now become ineffective against the enemy in these unprecedented times in which we are living. It's time to stop all human efforts and get into our prayer closets and stay there until such time as we are instructed to leave by the Holy Spirit! I'm talking about taking some bold and radical steps and, in some cases, it may mean pastors and other Christian workers will willingly leave their 'jobs' in order to get a closer glimpse of the Lord and their purpose in His grand plan for these last days. I guarantee that the result will be more spiritual clarity and a greater understanding of what it really means to be at war, how to overcome the enemy, and how to trust God for everything. Perhaps Revival will follow, but surely will not occur before these things happen, and, as I have said before, Revival is not an end in itself, but seeking God leaves us changed forever as individuals. Let's keep our focus on spiritual realities and God-breathed strategies and not focus on the problems and confusion of the day. God bless you. - Sister Pam T.