I was overwhelmed with emotion and gratitude by the responses to my most recent blog “For the Sake of the Call.” You can’t imagine how much your encouraging words mean as we endeavor to stay faithful to the call of ministry.
The truth is that spiritual warfare has increased and is increasing every day – for everybody. John Paul Jackson was with us last week and we talked about many of the reasons we are all experiencing increased warfare. If you didn’t get to see the live stream, be sure to watch the regular programming schedule for when the shows will air.
The bottom line in spiritual warfare in the Last Days is that we need each other. The Body of Christ needs to band together and fight for one another like we’ve never done before! The Bible says one can put a thousand to flight, but two can put ten thousand to flight (Deut 32:30).
I remember an illustration I heard a while ago about oxen. Just one ox can pull a great deal of weight, but when you yoke the two together, they pull ….I think it was 7 times what one alone could pull.
Now that’s an illustration for the End Times!
If you haven’t read Rick Joyner’s book, The Final Quest, you need to get it and read it. It’s a very graphic depiction of how Christians are being attacked and the warfare involved. The saddest part about the book is that well-meaning Christians were actually shooting each other instead of directing their arrows at the enemy.
I know it may be hard to know exactly who is with you, and who you can trust… especially as the days get more and more evil. But if you love God, you will love His people, so you have no other choice but to draw closer and closer to Him so that your discernment is sharp and even more important, so that you are passionate about God’s love for His own.
Let’s love each other better in the days ahead. Let’s learn not to shoot our own wounded. Let’s learn to fight FOR each other – recognizing that we, ourselves, need help from time-to-time.
I’m grateful for you all.