What does it mean that Job “eschewed evil”? Perhaps the reason Job was a “perfect and upright man” is because he “eschewed” evil.
In this short video, I give an update on my health, then I share something that caught my attention about the popular end time topic of “As in the days of Noah”. What actually is the most important message for today in regards to “As in the days of Noah”?
As you probably already know, we have set up a “Testimonials” page for people to share their testimonies of how the Father has delivered them from false teachers, false prophets, harmful ministries, and from false (satanic) doctrine. We recently added a little something to this page, however, that you may not have noticed. Directly preceding the contact form, we added this statement:
We’ve received an email from a reader who asks the following:
I was wondering why luciferians who are the infiltrators in churches and tv programs knowingly teach on scriptures? For instance, let’s take Ken Copeland or any wolf of choice. Years ago, I used to listen to him. He’d teach on some powerful scriptures such as the ones in Eph 3 about God’s love and His amazing abilities which we cannot fully understand. I’m using the verses at the end of that chapter because I just got done reading that third chapter. When Ken knows that those verses are about our true biblical God, how can he preach with such joy and enthusiasm when he isn’t even interested in our precious Lord. Ken serves a different God. I can understand how you and Carolyn could do it because you were deceived that you were in the right camp, I don’t understand how the fake people can do this? Do they think that the Bible is a joke and a fictional book while they deliberately lead the masses astray? And pretend to be full of joy? Are they simply good actors? If so, one would think that eventually the powerful Word would convict and deal with their wicked hearts after decades of this sort of thing.
The other day, I was looking for verses that had to do with discernment, and I came across Romans 1:28.
At first I thought I must have made a mistake somewhere in my studying and accidentally clicked on the wrong verse or clicked on the wrong word, because I didn’t see where Romans 1:28 had anything to do with discernment. Discernment has to do with the ability to tell the difference between one thing and another. Spiritually or morally speaking, it’s the ability to tell the difference between right and wrong, or between good and evil. And at first glance, I didn’t see where this verse had anything to do with discernment.
But I started studying a little closer, and here’s what I found.
Some verses I have been thinking over today:
Ephesians 6:18 “Pray in the Spirit at all times, with every kind of prayer and petition. To this end, stay alert with all perseverance in your prayers for all the saints.”
1 Thessalonians 5:17 “Pray without ceasing.”
Matthew 6:7 “And when you pray, do not babble on like pagans, for they think that by their many words they will be heard.”
What is unity in the body of Christ and how do we achieve this unity?