Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Why We Preach

But whereunto shall I liken this generation? It is like children sitting in the markets, and calling unto their fellows, and saying, "We have piped unto you, and ye have not danced. We have mourned unto you, and ye have not lamented." For John came neither eating nor drinking, and they say, "He hath a devil." The Son of man came eating and drinking and they say, "Behold a man gluttonous, and a winebibber, a friend of publicans and sinners." But wisdom is justified of her children. -- Mat 11:16 - 19

Some people simply cannot be pleased. It does not matter what you do, or how hard you do it. They will find fault. They will believe the worst, and they will choose to be offended. Regardless how good your cause or how righteous your effort, there will be those who will insist that you and what you do are of no value.

There was a time when such things truly bothered me -- especially when I considered the detractor to be godly. There were even times when I wondered if there was some merit to their assessment. Then I began to look at what these naysayers were actually doing themselves, and I ceased to regard their opinions at all.

Yeshua said unto him, "Let the dead bury their dead; but go thou and preach the kingdom of God." -- Luk 9:60

We are to preach the word of God. Being called to preach literally means we are no longer our own, but His to wield. I do many things that people are astonished at, and I offend some in it. They think I do these things to credit or  promote myself. No, I do them, because the Spirit urges me to.

The Baptist came preaching and teaching a fiery message. He kept himself separate from the religious groups of the day, opposing them to promote the LORD. Today I keep myself from the accepted religious organizations, too. Like those of the Baptist's day, they are largely out of line with the truth.

Preaching and teaching the word of God is not about being popular or liked. It isn't about being worshiped by the members of your church or having their approval. It is about the truth of God. It is about standing against the fires of hell itself especially when it isn't popular to do so.

Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long-suffering and doctrine. -- 2 Tim 4:2

We are to preach His word, regardless. So many today do it for profit. Others do it for fame. But those who are truly His do it because He IS God, and as such, deserves our undivided devotion and unreserved love. In such a state, preaching, even amongst those of hardened hearts, is like breathing. How could we live without it? It is life unto our very souls.



Some Comments on "The Air of Heaven"

Some of you may know that I have written a book at God's bidding. It's called "The Air of Heaven", and deals with things He has shown me over the years -- things that many in the pulpit refuse to deal honestly with, things that are destroying our nation; but also, the truth of Who He is and who we are called to be. 

What you may not know is that I have given several copies away to those in God's service, including some who quite well known. I did so in an attempt to draw them to addressing these issues in hopes it would bring the revival we need so badly. Sadly, most failed to appreciate what they had received.

Recently a sweet brother started to read and comment on the book. I thought I would share his comments here. Both comments are from Lowell Mahler.

The Air of Heaven
I am up to page 46.
Love this book Sister! There is absolutely no doubt that the Holy Spirit leads you and you listen to Him and obey Him. I love the way you write. God is really using you. 

I am up to page 59. I have read books from Tozer, Moody, Wigglesworth, and many other preachers.

This book (The Air of Heaven) is a must read, for Christians that listen to and follow the Holy Spirit. So far, I would rate it A+. When I finish reading it, I plan on giving it my "review". I feel the Holy Spirit speaking to the reader in every page. Everyone should read this book ! I love it.

Truly, I am a simple believer, but by God's grace I have become His messenger. I believe that when those in leadership places fail to be true leaders, it is the common person's duty to stand up and replace them. I don't say this pridefully. Truth is I find it very shameful that our leaders who turn a blind eye and deaf ear to God's word for our time. It's embarrassing. However, I refuse to stand silently by when we can repent without them, and return to God's mercy.

Brothers and Sisters, God wants to forgive us. He's just waiting for us to repent. Read the book. Find out what we need to repent of. Find out why. Don't let their silence keep you in the dark.




Friday, June 24, 2016

Taking the Hard Stand

After years of watered-down Gospel, many actually believe that the early church was gentle in its approach. We forget that they were familiar with crucifixion. Even if they had not actually witnessed the Lord being crucified, they most likely would have seen someone, if not several someones,  crucified. So, they did not suffer from the delusion that being pleasant was more important than getting it right. As a result, they were at times downright blunt.

But when Peter was come to Antioch, I withstood him to the face, because he was to be blamed. -- Gal 2:11

While Paul might well have been a hesitant to call Peter on this, I'm certain he felt he had no choice. I'm sure he regarded Peter as a brother, and fellow heir to the promises. So, when he opposed Peter, it would have been because Peter was making a very serious mistake.

I do not frustrate the grace of God: for if righteousness comes by the law, then Christ is dead in vain. -- Gal 2:21

Paul did not oppose Peter lightly, that is, he did not do it to discredit Peter. No, quite literally Paul was actually standing up for the Lord. Peter was trying to please his Jewish brethren. In putting what they wanted ahead of what he knew to be true, he was actually promoting a salvation by works -- negating the cross. Paul opposed him because Christ's sacrifice gives us salvation by grace through faith not work -- less any should boast. So, it was a very big deal.

I personally believe Peter was probably glad Paul opposed him -- after he thought about it. It is far, far better to be corrected than to wander down so deadly a path. And, I'm just as certain that Paul did not feel superior towards Peter. No, he was probably just perplexed that Peter would promote such a teaching.

We all make mistakes and we all need correcting from time to time. So, it isn't really about who is right, because the truth is that God is the only one who is always right. No, this is about representing the Gospel correctly.

Today, we also believe that it is wrong to speak of such encounters, much less write about them, but we see in Galatians that Paul did just that. Why? Because such teachings must be corrected. Paul did not write to put Peter down or elevate himself. No, he wrote because the teaching was deadly. People would die and go to hell over it.

I tend to speak and write about things, too. Some have taken exception to that, because they think I would make a name for myself while treading someone else under. They've even convinced themselves that I think myself better. That absolutely is not the case.

In the first place the only thing I think I am is called, and God Himself has proved that out many, many times. Secondly, I am more aware of all my faults than anyone else, save the Lord, and I've absolutely no delusions about my standing. The fact is I'm saved by His merciful grace, and led by His abundant generosity. Did you get that? It's Him in me not me of my own worth. Literally, if it were not for His indwelling, I would be nothing more than a clanging cymbal. I know this better than you ever will. However, like Paul, because of the Lord's leading, I also know when something must be brought out.

Serious missteps must be brought out. They absolutely must be corrected. Why? They catch on. Liars run with them and the next thing you know, they're being taught like they're the absolute truth. It's not about belittling anyone. Did you really think I relished the opportunity to correct a brother or sister? Perplexed, that's what I felt. Absolutely perplexed. And I did not do so lightly, either. No, it took everything I had, because I do respect the one in question.

This nation is in judgment. The time for making a name for ourselves is past. The time for building ourselves up is also gone. People are dying because of false teachings. They don't know the truth, and they won't unless we spell it out for them. We need to be throwing out lines to everyone we can, every time we can -- snatching them from the fire like today is the only day we have to rescue them. We're at war with the devil and he is using every toehold he can get. We need to be busily filling in those anchors and casting him down.

I'm sorry if you don't get this. I doubly sorry if you actually believed I enjoy such encounters, but I can't afford to let your opinion stop me from the course I'm called to. This isn't a game. I don't do this for fun. No, I do this because the Lord is my LORD, and I fully intend to teach what He what He has shown me.

Am I intense? Am I blunt? Yes, I absolutely am, but after all people are dying and going into the horrors of hell. I think it's high time we starting practicing the same kind of intensity the early church practiced.

But when he saw many of the Pharisees and Sadducees come to his baptism, he said unto them, "O generation of vipers . . ." -- Mat 3:7  John the Baptist

Him, being delivered by the determinate counsel and foreknowledge of God, ye have taken, and by wicked hands have crucified and slain . . . -- Act 2:23  Peter

Ye stiffnecked and uncircumcised in heart and ears, ye do always resist the Holy Ghost: as your fathers did, so do ye. -- Act 7:51  Stephen

We should be passionate about our faith and our Lord. When I'm out casting His net, I'm usually very passionate. He's the LORD. He deserves to have us be passionate about Him. He does not deserve for us to think so much of ourselves or our friends that we would abandon His teachings to please them. It's a hard stand to take, but it is the one we are called to.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Update -- Praise Report!

When I realized the pad of my foot was growing, I decided to go to the doctor today. As it turns out, nothing is broken! It's badly inflamed, swollen, etc.; but not broken. The misshapen toe is apparently "jammed". I don't know. It looks pretty bad, doesn't bend, is flat rather than arched as it originally was, and is completely out of it's normal position -- in relation to the other toes. However, the X-rays show no breakage. Go figure.

I had been asking the LORD how I was supposed to preach when I can't even walk, and for healing according to His will. So, who knows? Maybe He healed me, but left the toe looking out of whack? Whatever pleases Him suits me just fine. I'm just glad to be able to get back at it. Sitting in my recliner gets old fast. I am way over my maximum tolerance for it.

So, pray with me that tomorrow's effort will open eyes and change hearts. To God be the glory!



What Should the Called Preach?

When we are sick, we take the medicine that our ailment requires. We don't take cough syrup for an upset stomach. We don't stop taking what we need to take what we want, either. No, we continue with the appropriate therapy until better.

Some think I teach too much on the shedding of innocent blood. Well, this nation is dying largely because we have shed innocent blood like God approved. We have angered Him greatly by misrepresenting His word, and Him. It is what ails us.

While it's true I do sometimes venture off this path, the truth is this is what God is saying. If I spoke for myself, it would be easy to find another subject to preach on. Since I do not speak for myself, I must continue to say what He tells me to.

It grieves me that so few grasp this reality. They want to have their ears tickled with the wonders His word presents us with, but we are dying because so many refuse to take the medicine He attempts to serve us.

I think folks should be much more concerned with those who aren't preaching this. They should wonder who they're listening to, because this is the message for the time, and there'll be no other until we either repent sincerely or God finishes His judgment on our lack of regard for Him.

Having a Heart for God

David loved the LORD. He wrote praises to Him. He sang to Him. He revered Him. Even so, David committed horrible sins. He took Uriah's wife, Bathsheba, while Uriah was off fighting the Ammonites at David's command. When Bathsheba conceived, David had Uriah placed in a position that could only lead to his death. (2 Sam 11)

God was so angry with David that He caused the child to die, cursed David's lineage with bloodshed, and promised to take his wives from Him!

Now therefore the sword shall never depart from thine house; because thou hast despised Me, and hast taken the wife of Uriah the Hittite to be thy wife. Thus saith the LORD, Behold, I will raise up evil against thee out of thine own house, and I will take thy wives before thine eyes, and give them unto thy neighbor, and he shall lie with thy wives in the sight of this sun. -- 2 Sam 12:10 - 11.

Notice that God says that David's sin reflected a lack of regard of the highest level: "thou hast despised Me"! To understand why God punishes us for sin, we must start with understanding how God views sin. We see clearly here that He sees it as the ultimate disrespect. Today, we have the idea that because God loves us, He would never harm us. Truly, God loved David.

But now thy kingdom shall not continue: the LORD hath sought Him a man after His own heart, and the LORD hath commanded him to be captain over His people, because thou hast not kept that which the LORD commanded thee. -- 1 Sam 13:14

But God still punished David. He did not just look the other way. No, David's life after this sin was much more difficult. He faced one serious problem after another. He had problems in his family, and problems in his kingdom. I believe the only thing that kept him was the fact that he still had a heart for God.

To have a heart for God is to consider Him above all else, to put what He regards above all else. David certainly had a heart for what God was concerned with in his day. He fought to free Israel from the sinful nations around them. He fought to keep God on the throne of Israel's heart. He didn't even fight Goliath just to be a hero. No, He fought Goliath, because Goliath disrespected God. David was truly into honoring God for the one true God He is.

We see David's passion for God in many of his Psalms. He speaks intimately to Him, committing all he has unto His care. He doesn't just trust Him. He truly believes Him. There's a familiarity to their relationship. God is not just his God in name. No, He is David's God in truth.

Draw nigh to God, and He will draw nigh to you. Cleanse your hands, ye sinners; and purify your hearts, ye double minded. -- Jam 4:8

I often return to the Psalms to be reminded of their relationship. Wherever David was obedient, we see God blessing, guiding, and delivering David. Wherever David was sinful, we see God reenforcing His boundaries clearly. Indeed, David was sorely punished for his sins, and greatly blessed for his obedience. Through it all David continues to acknowledge that God does right by him. He doesn't take the attitude that he should be blessed regardless. No, he fully understands that he deserves God's wrath.

Unto Thee, O LORD, do I lift up my soul. -- Psa 25:1

If the holy God of Heaven is to be our God, we, too, must take on this attitude. Like David, we must place ourselves in His care. Even in His wrath, He is merciful. Even when we are at our best, we deserve His wrath. We must seriously repent of our sins, but we need also remember that it is His mercy that keeps us.

Remember, O LORD, Thy tender mercies and Thy lovingkindness; for they have been ever of old. -- Psa 25:6

All the paths of the LORD are mercy and truth unto such as keep His covenant and His testimonies. -- Psa 25:10

Note that David attested to the need to be obedient. He was a man after God's own heart who understood the price of sin. He shed innocent blood to get what he wanted, greatly disrespecting the God he loved, but he sincerely repented and did not commit that sin again.

Like David, we are guilty of shedding innocent blood. We need to repent, too; but also, we need to get busy about following His call to not allow the shedding of innocent blood. Failing to do otherwise leaves us at odds with God, because even ignoring shedding of innocent blood is sin to Him.

That innocent blood be not shed in thy land, which the LORD thy God giveth thee for an inheritance, and so blood be upon thee. -- Deu 19:10

Some have mistakenly argued that this only applied to Israel. No, although this was originally written to them, it is like many other things no serious person would argue against. It basically assures us that nations are destroyed by the shedding of innocent blood, and there are other Scriptures that back this up.

Therefore, as I live, saith the Lord God, I will prepare thee unto blood, and blood shall pursue thee; sith thou hast not hated blood, even blood shall pursue thee. -- Eze 35:6

Acceptance of the shedding of blood brings bloodshed to a nation. As a nation, we not only accept the shedding of innocent blood, we promote it.

Yea, they sacrificed their sons and their daughters unto devils, and shed innocent blood, even the blood of their sons and of their daughters, whom they sacrificed unto the idols of Canaan: and the land was polluted with blood. -- Psa 106:37, 38

We need to have a heart like David. When God called him on his sin, he wept and repented. We have wept, but not many have repented like they truly meant it. No, many still turn a blind eye and deaf ear -- expecting that God will forgive them, while they remain in their sin. In reality they despise God, because they do not respect Him enough to obey Him.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Broken Foot

I just wanted everyone to know that I may be off for awhile. I broke my foot yesterday, the right one. So, no driving, etc. We are still planning/hoping to move, but I've got to take a few days. I'm so glad I went to preach on Monday. We just never know what a day might bring.



Monday, June 13, 2016

The Wicked Shall be Like Chaff

As I was preparing for the day, I said to the LORD, "I do not know what to say, today. I do not know how to proceed."

He answered and said, "The wicked shall be like chaff."

This comes from the first chapter of Psalms. No, I did not look it up. I merely recalled it when He said it.

Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in His law doth he meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.

The ungodly are not so: but are like chaff which the wind driveth away. Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous. For the LORD knoweth the way of the righteous: but the way of the ungodly shall perish. -- 1:1-6

Once again, the Spirit is calling for a separation from the ungodly. As I preached the message today, I was profoundly aware that time really has run out for the non repentant. Any who hope to be saved must repent now. Very soon it will be too late.

I am seeking Him for a more definite time frame, but everything He shows me has an urgency to it. We are actively making plans as I ask. I learned today that some others are advising Christians to be prepared to move quickly. I believe much will depend are how prepared we are.

In the dream I saw many escaping Kansas, but there have been many here who sought to deliver the children. Some have given countless hours of their time, and all of their heart to saving these precious babies. The sad thing is many, many more will perish because they regarded neither the children or the holy God of heaven.

I had hoped by calling for revival that He would give us that first, but I do not believe that will happen now. Perhaps there will be some form of revival as we go, but I do not think it will come here.

Whatever God wills is what will be. Fighting Him is the greatest folly there is. I have assured Him I will go and do as pleases Him. If you are wise, you will do the same. No one -- especially pseudo-Christians -- will escape His hand.

Saturday, June 11, 2016

And the Anger of the LORD was Hot

After yesterday's dream I went out to the mill to preach. I was already disturbed in my spirit, so I pled with the LORD for exactly what He wanted me to say. As I opened my Bible, my eyes fell upon  magnified Scripture:

And the anger of the LORD was hot against Israel, and He delivered them into the hands of spoilers that spoiled them, and He sold them into the hands of their enemies round about, so that they could not any longer stand before their enemies. Whithersoever they went out, the hand of the LORD was against them for evil, as the LORD had said, and as the LORD had sworn unto them: and they were greatly distressed. -- Jud 2:14, 15

I have known for some time that this day was coming, but it grieved me so that I could hardly deliver the message. If it does not grieve you, you do not get it. God is so angry that He has handed us over to be completely undone. It isn't future tense, and it isn't just going to be those that actually shed innocent blood that will suffer. No, the dream itself was very urgent and so was this. The Spirit impressed upon me very strongly that we are out of time. Further, all will suffer loss. Those who have been working along with those who have been silent. There will be a difference, to be sure, but the horror of what is upon us will be so much that it will greatly grieve us all.

Earlier in the week the magnified Scripture was this:

And at that time shall Michael stand up, the great prince which standeth for the children of thy people: and there shall be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation -- Dan 12:1

With this the emphasis was on Michael being the children's guardian, and the wrath coming for having killed them. For a long time professing Christians have assured themselves that God loves them too much to punish them. We are all about to see just how wrathful His holiness can get.

There was such urgency to this that I am already preparing to wander. I am asking that the LORD allow me to preach as I go. My heart is heavy for those facing the ultimate judgment, but like Elijah I will go as He wills.

Friday, June 10, 2016

Being Separate

Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the LORD, and touch not unclean things; and I will receive you, and I will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be My sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty. -- 2 Cor 6:17, 18

It is easy for us to forget what a separation there is between us and the unsaved, but the gap is truly a great chasm with no connecting bridge. We toss them life-lines in hope of retrieving them from the pits of hell, but we cannot force them to take hold and, thereby, be delivered. No, they have to be willing to be saved. They have to grasp the need, and take hold of the rope.

God is long-suffering. He has been sending me, and others, into His fields, and inciting us to call out to all who would listen. The effort is huge, with some running as hard as they possibly can. I preach with all I am, surrendering myself to Him so that I literally vibrate with His presence. My voice, which is often weak of itself, is strong and carries quite well -- when I preach. Understand, I am not saying that I am anything. No, I'm saying that God's effort to reach the lost and dying is quite powerful through those He is speaking through. It's astonishing, really. Even at this late hour, He cares this much.

Still, there is a separation happening. We are being separated. I lost all contact with many I had been witnessing to. I knew it was coming, but the finality of it has been shocking nonetheless. You see, God does care, but there are limits. He will only allow us to call out for so long. When hearts are hard, and a people will not listen; He does separate us in time.

There are some I have been speaking to for years, quite literally many years. And yet, they continue to say, "I will do what I believe God wants me to." This generally means they will continue to do what they have been doing; rather than, respond to the word given them. It's a distressful thing. I'm tossing them a life-line, and they are throwing it back at me. They do not realize the position they are really in. They've done what they do so long, telling themselves that God has made an exception for them, that they are completely blind to the fact they are on the wrong side of the chasm!

Many of these have created "ministries" in their heads that God is not even remotely involved in. From animal rescue to caring for people's graves, they ignore the things that are destroying this nation for the trifles they love. Nowhere in Scripture does God call us to save animals before children, but millions of professing Christians now claim He has called them to do just that. They bankrupt themselves for dogs and cats, but ignore babies being tortured to death in their own backyard! Some would spare no expense to decorate a grave, but won't even consider pennies to save the children! And these are just two of the more ridiculous claims I know of. To our great shame there are many other things folks have made idols of without even realizing it reflects a love of things; rather than, a love for Him.

Yeshua said unto him, "Let the dead bury their dead: but go thou and preach the kingdom of God." -- Luk 9:60

I dreamt the entire area was on fire. Sadly, it was not the fire of the Spirit; but rather, the fire of hell. Whole areas were being burned to force people from their homes. We were being driven away so that those who have been brought in could take what they wanted. Few were given time to retrieve anything. Most fled with the clothes on their backs. The entire countryside was ablaze. Literally, for miles and miles, the fires raged.

The most perplexing part of what's happening to our nation is the way so many believe they will be untouched by it. They think their little microcosm will remain intact. It won't. Even those who have been running in obedience will be affected. Everyone will suffer cataclysmic loss.

We are being stripped of what we love -- as a nation. First, our monetary wealth was siphoned off. Next, we will lose our physical wealth -- our homes, our vehicles, etc. This has already happened to a certain extent in places, but I believe it will become more prevalent. Because we have loved our wealth so much more than Him, it will be taken from us. We are already unwelcome strangers in our own land. Soon, we will be wanderers, too.

Not only is God separating me from some, but I have separated myself from some, too. I don't want the pain. They will not listen, though I plead with them -- I literally have pled with them for many years. Still, they refuse to hear. So, I have cut them off. It just gets to be too much after a time. Their disregard starts to feel like a sword in the side. It is not a time of rejoicing nor something to do lightly. No, it is grievous. It is painful, because I do care. It does matter, but the willfully blind -- after a time, do get to be just too much.

There are three -- seriously, three things that God is profoundly angry with us for:

1. Preferring other gods over Him,
2. Disrespecting the cross, and
3. Shedding innocent blood.

For these three things He is destroying us. If we will not regard Him enough to repent of these three, we will be destroyed. I cannot make it any clearer. These are costing us our nation. These He will not justify us for. These He will separate us over.

I grieve for this nation. I weep over my people. Many of those I have been cut off from just break my heart, but I cannot make anyone grasp the rope. No, you're going to have to do that yourselves. All I can do is tell you the truth, and I have done that. Even when you did not want to hear it, I told you. Some of you I have even begged, but you cling to your delusions. Some do so, because it was only me who told you.

But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound things which are mighty; and base things of the world, and things which are despised, hath God chosen, yea, things which are not, to bring to nought things that are: that no flesh should glory in His presence. -- 1 Cor 1:27 - 29

I have not said that I am anything, nor do I consider myself as such. No, I have said I know what God is saying, and I have only said that because He has profoundly proven out that it is Him speaking. Further, the message itself is supported by Scripture. It is entirely Biblical and completely in line with His nature. Nonetheless many have spurned it merely because they disregarded me. They did not take the Word for His because it came through me. And, so, we are being separated -- dispersed.

I expect to lose the website, this blog -- fb is already gone. There may well be no contact, at all, in the very near future. For this reason I got up very early this morning, and sought the LORD, and I have written this in response to warn you. I do get to make the laws here. No, God did that long ago. My job is to speak what He gives me. I really don't know how I could do that any louder.

We need to repent like Ninevah. We need to set aside the idols of our hearts and seek God with all we are. God has not changed. He doesn't make exceptions. We will either be obediently blessed or disobediently cursed. It really is that simple. So, ask yourself: How cursed do you really want to be? How much hell do you really want to leave your children? You're choosing just this even today.

Friday, June 3, 2016

"In Him is No Darkness at all"

We hear a lot today about people who claim the LORD went with them to commit sin. Some say the LORD held their hand while they aborted their child. Some say the LORD does not care at all if we commit sin, as long as we repent afterwards. The truth is sin is a very big deal to God.

What people seem to forget is that the LORD took the nails in His hands and His feet because of sin. He was whipped. He was beaten. He had thorns shoved into His head -- all because of sin. (Joh 19:1-30) He endured the cross that we might be freed from sin, not because sin meant so little to Him that He would any way approve of it -- let alone encourage it. No, sin cost Him hours of suffering, torture, and debasement. So, sin is a very big deal to Him. He's not holding anyone's hand while they commit sin. He's not pretending your sin doesn't offend and insult Him. No, that's the evil one. He's the one who approves and condones sin, but he is a liar and the father of it.

Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it. -- Joh 8:44

God, on the other hand, is pure. He is ultimately holy. One might even say, supremely holy.

This then is the message which we have heard of Him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in Him is no darkness at all. -- 1 Joh 1:5

Not only is there no sin in God, there is no room for sin. He brilliantly pure. He radiates with purity. He shines brighter than the sun, because there isn't any of the darkness of sin in Him. So, He's not helping you sin. To do that He would have to partner with sin, and that, folks, is something He simply will not do.

How do we know abortion is sin? Abortion is sin for two primary reasons. One because it involves the shedding of innocent blood. Two, because it is murder in God's eyes. So, we have the commandment:

Thou shalt not kill. -- Exo 20:13

and we have Exo 23:7 that reinforces it:

Keep thee far from a false matter; and the innocent and righteous slay thou not: for I will NOT justify the wicked.

But we also have Scriptures that warn us against the shedding of innocent blood:

That innocent blood be not shed in thy land . . . and so blood be upon you. -- Deu 19:10

Yea, they sacrificed their sons and their daughters unto devils, and shed innocent blood, even the blood of their sons and of their daughters . . . and the land was polluted with blood. -- Psa 106:37, 38

This nation desperately needs to repent. The truth of Scripture is not taught or even known by most people. They have believed and accepted the lies of the evil one. Otherwise, no one would even consider that the Holy God of Heaven would assist them in sin.


Brothers and Sisters, please spread the word. The truth of Scripture is being preached at the pit in Wichita. People are learning the truth. People are turning because of the truth. Please stand with us in your prayers. Please encourage others to read the blog and get in line with this ministry -- not because of me; but rather, because I am preaching for Him, in His Spirit in hopes of turning this nation back to Him.

We have ONE hope, that the merciful God of Heaven will see our efforts and have mercy on us. If not, we are doomed to destruction for we have disrespected Him unto death, and He is fed up with us. I am fanning the embers for all I am worth. Come join us if you can, support us if you can't. It only took one David to fell Goliath. I run at this Goliath several days a week, and God is blessing that effort. Join us. He needs to know there are more intent on bringing the truth to this nation than just me. So, you be a part of it. We are stronger together.

God bless,


Thursday, June 2, 2016

Baby Saved From the Pit of Hell This Morning

Beautiful morning here in Wichita, KS. God is with us. He is blessing and honoring the work of His servants. This morning we had the great blessing of helping an expectant mom understand the truth of God's word regarding sin, particularly the premeditated sin of abortion.

This wonderful young lady came hesitantly to the pit. She knows God. She prays. She believes. She confessed she was even asking God if He would be with her if she aborted her child. I assured her God would not help her sin.

It's a sad thing that folks have to be assured about something like this, but we have a lot of false teachers in the pulpit these days. They want God to look merciful according to how they view mercy, but they slander Him in the process. The truth is God is very merciful. He absolutely is. He gave His only Son in an incredible act of mercy. I do mean to say that the sacrifice of Christ is God's plan for sin.

We are to repent of sin, and be redeemed from sin by the acceptance of Yeshua, His Son, as our LORD. This means we are to turn from our sin and embrace the holiness of God. So, we walk away from sin to Him.

The idea that God will help us sin is completely unScriptural, because sin separates us from God. If we choose to remain in our sin, we choose to be without God. So, God's not going to go with us or help us sin.

This then is the message which we have heard of Him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in Him is no darkness at all. -- 1 Joh 1:5

In Scripture light and dark often refer to purity and sin, respectively. In this case John is saying that God is completely without sin. Therefore, He will not help you or me or anyone else sin. He's not going to go with you to have an abortion. He won't help you lie. He won't bless your stealing, etc. That's not who He is. If you believe someone has been with you while you do these things, you might want to see an exorcist, because that kind of support comes from the other side -- the evil one.

So, this young woman is in a very bad situation. She wants to honor God. She wants to be in God's graces, but she is in a bad relationship. She has very little money. She has no job, and she has a particularly difficult living arrangement. So, it was a very difficult decision for her. Praise God, though, because she did choose life.

Now she told me flat out that what caused her to choose life was my insistence that God will not help her sin. I pointed out that the LORD took the nails in His hands and feet for our sin. So, it is a very big deal for Him.

The things is she really is going to need our help. I told her I had money in my wallet that I would give her right then, and we truly talked to her at length trying to reassure her. As it happened I did have some money on me. So, I did give her what I could. It's not enough, to be sure, but it is a start.

Folks, this is what it is like to be working outside a pit. If we do not have money on us, we cannot prove to them we will help them. Today, I did, but that has not always been true. There have been many times I would not have been able to help her. Praise God for today, but you pray about tomorrow. These are instant needs. They won't wait for me to come beg for money here. And the truth is, this mother will need a lot of help. She has no clothes, no car . . . her problems are real and they are significant. She did choose life for her baby, but she chose so because we promised to do all we could for her.

If you would like to help this young woman, send what you want her to have marked for Sharifa. I will see to it that she gets it. I know where she lives because I gave her a ride home. She will need baby clothes, maternity clothes, furniture -- well, everything, because this is her first child. She is a beautiful, kind, and loving young mother. She just needed a little help to see through the fog. Please help us help her. She is very appreciative, very sweet. She needs us to be Christ for her. As I've said, I don't always have money on me. It takes quite a bit to do all I do. So, this is on top of everything else that's already coming out of our personal pockets, and we're neither rich nor what most would call "well-off". No, we're a one income family. I just can't sit by while children die, and act like it doesn't matter. You may be able to, but I simply cannot.

Children of the Heart, Sharifa
P. O. Box 573
Andover, KS 67002



Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Eagle Ad Update

I am delighted to report that several churches and Choices Medical Center have actually responded to the blasphemous ad placed by proaborts. I haven't seen the ad, but I hear it covered all false claims. I'm certain they did an excellent job. So, kudos for them and a great big "thank you" from all of us.

I have distributed copies of the ad I penned and even used it to preach onsite this morning. I don't think this should end with just one response. No, I think we should keep pointing out their perversion of Scripture to God's glory.

Our God is truly an awesome God. If we don't act like we believe this, He just might give our job to the rocks.

And He answered and said unto them, "I tell you that, if these should hold their peace, the stones would immediately cry out." -- Luk 19:40

I say, Let not our tongues be silent; but rather, let us proclaim His truth to the world. As long as we are in the world, let us not fail to insist He be honored.