Woe is Me (Pt. 10)

It really saddens me when I think of the way much of the church is handling the Book of Revelation.  Though in verse 3 of the first chapter of the Revelation we are promised a blessing if we read and keep (to watch over, to guard) those things within it, there seems to be a reluctance to preach it even though we are right now experiencing it!

The denial of what is going on in our nation and our world as Revelation Day Events is unprecedented, and this denial will cause people to be unprepared.  We should be shouting from the rooftops and pleading with and warning people that this current age is coming to a close.  But before it does, there will be hard times in this natural world – followed by the supernatural return of Jesus Christ to earth! Continue reading

Woe Is Me (Pt. 1)

In the entertainment crazed society we live in, very few people, even Christians, will endure a message of what they consider ‘gloom and doom.’  They would much rather hear some cleverly told story containing a lot of humor!  Nevermind that we are living in the days that demand a sobriety and a vigilance to understand and be ready for the events of Revelation.

As I begin a series of blogs titled “Woe is Me”, I guess I feel the need to try and preempt some of the negativity to such a serious subject.  I felt the same way back in the mid-nineties when I was given the message that was contrary to what a lot of people had been preaching, including myself, of the prosperity gospel. Continue reading