A human being lives, but he is given life.
One Quick note before we start today;
I am leaving for camp meeting today so the replies may come slow but I will try to get to everyone that day. As for the upcoming post, I have written all of them for the next two weeks and all will post at 12:00am Alaskan Time. So keep up the feedback and I will looking forward to reading your replies.
The good news for today is that Jesus is coming soon! And I know many will ask how do you know He is coming soon, well we can start with (Matthew 24) but we will talk more on that topic later. The point I was trying to make with that statement is; in Revelation 6 in the last verse, there is a question that is asked “For the great day of his wrath has come, and who shall be able to stand”? Meaning will be able to survive the events of the last days? The answer is found in (Rev. 7:1-3)
Only those who have the seal of God will be able to survive the second coming of Christ. And we see that God is holding back many of the destructive forces in the earth until His people are sealed (Eph. 4:30). This is why the baptism of the Holy Spirit is all about. It is as we daily recommit our lives to Christ and continue to walk in the Holy Spirit that we are sealed and prepared for Christ’s second coming.
Christ is waiting with longing desire for the manifestation of Himself in His people, and nothing but the Holy Spirit can bring up His people to right position, and prepare the people of God for a fast approaching conflict. However, God’s people are in a Laodicean condition and , if we do not change, we will not be ready for Christ’s return. But more good news Jesus has given us the answer to this solution; Let Him into your lives more fully. (Rev.3:20).
One last thought: How do we let Jesus in and have the intimate relationship with Him that we must have? We must have a living connection with God; we must cloth ourselves with power of the Holy Spirit, For there is help for us in no other way.
Supporting Scripture; (1 John 3:2), (John 17:3) (Rev. 6:6), (Rev. 22:4),
Personal Reflection and Discussion