Saturday, April 21, 2012


Our World Is On Fire
Boy, what a week this has been.  Events are taking place at an astounding pace lately from earthquakes to volcanoes to more rumors of war. 

Leon Panetta says 'everyday we are an inch away from war.'  Exactly how close is that?  I can't be sure but I think he is trying to say it could happen any day now.  Israel wants war.  War is a tool of the devil and is the exact opposite of Jesus' teaching of loving our enemies.  We should be expecting only bad fruit from the Synagogue of Satan because they are not capable of doing good, and they rule our world.

There are earthquake swarms across the globe that continue after a straight 8-day run of at least three moderate quakes daily that registered over 6.0 magnitude. Papau New Guinea has just had a 6.6 quake and the day has just begun.  The quakes in Sumatra on April 11th that seem to have started the uptick in earthquakes are said to have torn the ocean floor.  

The world's most dangerous earthquake in the world, Mt. Popo (nickname) in Mexico has erupted and others are on high alert.  The total volcanic eruptions recorded in 2011 was 50 eruptions.  We have already surpassed that amount in 2012.

The unrest and violence in Syria and Sudan has reached epic proportions and threats of civil war in both countries that will cause major blood shed.  There are so many new threats of war; Iran and the U.A.E. over a disputed island in the Persian Gulf, China and India are trading words and dirty glances over India's missile testing, and N. Korea is setting up allegedly for another test as well.  The world is reaching the boiling point on many fronts.  We can expect anything at this point. 

No need for panic. No need for fear.  No need to stock up on anything other than faith.  Faith and hope in the Lord for all His words are true and He has great things in store for those who love and worship Him.

Jude (KJV)
20 But ye, beloved, building up yourselves on your most holy faith, praying in the Holy Ghost, 21 Keep yourselves in the love of God, looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life.  Amen.

Saturday, April 7, 2012


Passover is usually thought of as only a Jewish celebration and thus is not only overlooked, but completely overshadowed with pagan symbolism and practices in the Christian religion. 

Most people seem to have a tendancy to limit Passover to the Exodus event when the Tribes of Israel while in captivity were instructed to put blood on their doors so they would be protected from the plague of the angel of death coming to Egypt on that night.  While that is a glorious event and an important message of hope for His people today being held in bondage, I believe it is also about everything the Lord did for us on that last Passover when He was sacrificed and crucified.  When His precious blood was spilled out, the Old Covenant was fulfilled and by His suffering and death we are given the gift of eternal life with the New Covenant even while we are sinners because He paid the price for us.

By His grace and by His blood, we are saved. Not by anything we have done, but only by what He has done.  Every day we should be on our knees in awe and wonder of His generous love for us, but with more praise and thanks during this time of remembrance; this time of Passover that is lost to the world and shows how lost the world really is.