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As in the days of Noah

Posted by appolus on July 10, 2018

Dan 7:25 And he shall speak great words against the most High, and shall wear out the saints of the most High, and think to change times and laws: and they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time.

Daniel speaks of a time when the saints will be worn down. I believe the process of the saints being worn down has already begun. Times have changed and wrong has become right and everything is relative. This is wearing the saints down as they struggle to come to terms with these fast changing circumstances. There has been a blitzkrieg, so to speak, in the realms of the spirit. Compromise and unrighteousness has surrounded the saints. We are an obstacle that at some point will have to be removed if the enemy is to have total dominance. More laws will be changed and we will witness more compromise by Christendom

Now we know we are called to gird our loins with truth. Satan has furiously assaulted truth in our day. Truth has become anything you need it to be, it has become relative. Of course truth is absolute, but that is no longer accepted. We are called to put on the breastplate of righteousness. Righteous living and holiness has become something of a quaint notion in our day. Cheap grace and hyper grace has, in effect, taught that holy living is a work, something legalistic, when of course it is one of the fruits of genuine salvation.

Our feet are to be shod with the preparation of the Gospel of peace.Our hearts must be right and this keeps us ever ready to walk in the peace that comes from the truth of the Gospel which has set us free. It also keeps us ever ready to share the gospel with others. Satan has done a great job in quieting the saint when it comes to the Gospel of truth. We are constantly afraid of offending someone. The bold notion that there is but one way to heaven, through the Lord Jesus Christ, and that all other paths and religions lead to hell has become all but illegal and has become unacceptable in so many arenas of public life.

The shield of faith is one of our most important parts of our armor. It protects us from the fiery darts of the enemy. Yet in the last several decades we have seen movements like the word of faith literally destroy the meaning of the word faith. The essence of faith is trusting in God despite our circumstances, yet Satan has turned that truth on its head by teaching that our circumstances are the results of our faith or lack thereof. So, when trials come, rather than people trusting in God they begin to despair and the fiery darts of the enemy find their mark.

Lastly we have the Word of God which is the sword. We can say with great certainty that the enemy has fought this for countless centuries but in recent decades has made enormous strides in taking the sword out of the hands of those who oppose him. We are an illiterate generation. This lack of knowledge is killing us. So it is clear, in order to stand in the coming evil day we must rediscover the armor of God and wear it at all times. Cry out to God today saints, have Him help you put on the armor. It will save your eternal life.

4 Responses to “As in the days of Noah”

  1. Robert Taylor said

    You hit a “home run” with this one brother Frank. In your paragraph about having our “feet shod” You said…….”our feet are to be shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace…….It also keeps us ever ready to share the gospel with others”. I havn,t seen, or heard of anyone sharing the gospel with me or anyone else in the last few years. Telling someone what Jesus Christ has done for you is something that has disappeared from church culture. Back in the early days of my Christian walk, 45 years ago, telling someone about what Jesus has done for you was a part of everyday life. I remember so well the very first time anyone ever told me about Jesus Christ being their Saviour. I was sitting on the bank of a river in Vietnam, and a South Vietnamese soldier walked up to me, and began telling me how Jesus Christ was his Saviour. I kind of swept it under the rug at the time, and didn,t get saved for many years after that, but I never forgot what that Vietnam man of God spoke to me about accepting Jesus Christ as my Saviour so many years before. The church has dropped the ball brother Frank…….

    • appolus said

      Hi Robert, praise the Lord for that South Vietnamese soldier. The enemy has done a good job in closing the mouth of the saints and of course it will only become harder as society in general become more hostile. …………….bro Frank

  2. Elias said

    Hi appolus, I shared this article on a WhatsApp group, I should have asked you first. I’m sorry.

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