A PASSION TO PROCLAIM HIM

The Bible also says that NO ONE can serve TWO MASTERS (Matthew 6:24 and Luke 16:13). People either serve money or they serve God, but no one can serve both. America now serves the god of money. The Lord will not tolerate it. The religious right do-do birds who are still leaning on 2 Chronicles 7:14 expect to have heaven on earth but if they read the rest of the Bible they would find out that is not what God has planned. America will be judged. It may be that God’s judgment on this land has already begun because everyone who rejects the truth is receiving a strong delusion to believe lies (2 Thessalonians 2:11-12). I expect that once the true Christians are removed from this land that some of these mega churches may be setup for people to receive the economic mark and all these church people who do not believe in the rapture, or Bible prophecy, and are following their false prophets and false teachers will be lined up to receive their mark.

Anyone who is unwilling to let the money, pride, fame, etc. go now will never let it go later. -Admin-

Him we preach, warning every man and teaching every man in all wisdom, that we may present every man perfect in Christ Jesus. Colossians 1:28 (NKJV)

In Colossians 1:28, Paul wrote, “We proclaim [Christ]” (NASB). The word proclaim means “to tell others” about Jesus. But how can you effectively do this if your heart is divided and you lack a true passion for God?

The world is filled with various passions—a passion for sports, food, personal achievement, money, recognition—the list could go on. Many people reason that God is not interested in what they do outside church. But Jesus had a different answer: To love the Lord your God with all your heart is the greatest commandment (Matthew 22:36-37).

Do you have a true passion for God? Is He your first thought in the morning, your constant companion throughout the day, and your last thought at night? Do you consider what He wants for your life above your personal desires?

You may achieve good things, but you will never fully experience Christ until your passion is for Him and Him alone.

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