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The Remnants reformation(multiple articles on the remnant)

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In this post there are several articles grouped together in regard to the Remnant and the coming Reformation. I hope it will be a valuable resource. It can be a very lonely and confusing walk right now for Gods people, but it is very comforting to know that there are countless tens of thousands of Christians around the world who are walking the exact same narrow path that leads through this current desert. I believe that the “river is rising,” and that there is a depth of feeling that the drought and the famine could be coming to and end, for Gods sake and for His glory. There is a critical mass of His people who are now in this stage “As the deep panteth for the waterbrooks so my soul longeth after thee.”

The Lord says that ” without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him.Heb 11:6
Now, what does it mean to “diligently seek Him?”
Is this some reference to salvation? Not so. What is our reward? Is it not God Himself? To walk in relationship with God, not to just save my soul from hell, but to fall in love, walk and glorify God. What do we know about Enoch? We know that he “walked,” with God. Now the phrase “diligently seek,” is the Greek word ek-zah-teh-o which means to “search out, that is, (figuratively) investigate, crave, demand, (by Hebraism) worship: – en- (re-) quire, seek after (carefully, diligently).

So if God Himself is the reward………
Gen 15:1 After these things the Word of Jehovah came to Abram in a vision, saying, Fear not, Abram, I am your shield and your exceeding great reward.
If He is not only our reward but our exceeding great reward should we not crave, seek out, diligently and carefully enquire and do our utmost to long after His presence?

Tozer says……..

Everything is made to center upon the initial act of “accepting” Christ (a term, incidentally, which is not found in the Bible) and we are not expected thereafter to crave any further revelation of God to our souls. We have been snared in the coils of a spurious logic which insists that if we have found Him, we need no more seek Him.

This is set before us as the last word in orthodoxy, and it is taken for granted that no Bible-taught Christian ever believed otherwise. Thus the whole testimony of the worshiping, seeking, singing church on that subject is crisply set aside. The experiential heart-theology of a grand army of fragrant saints is rejected in favor of a smug interpretation of Scripture which would certainly have sounded strange to an Augustine, a Rutherford or a Brainerd.

In the midst of this great chill there are some, I rejoice to acknowledge, who will not be content with shallow logic. They will admit the force of the argument, and then turn away with tears to hunt some lonely place and pray, “O God, show me Thy glory.” They want to taste, to touch with their hearts, to see with their inner eyes the wonder that is God.

I want deliberately to encourage this mighty longing after God. The lack of it has brought us to our present low estate. The stiff and wooden quality about our religious lives is a result of our lack of holy desire. Complacency is a deadly foe of all spiritual growth. Acute desire must be present or there will be no manifestation of Christ to His people. He waits to be wanted. Too bad that with many of us He waits so long, so very long, in vain.— Pursuit of God

We must remember that in the parable of the ten virgins that five had oil, five did not. Now, what did this parable have to do with last days and those who are called. Well in those days the virgins job was to light up the way for the bridegroom when the heard the rams horn blow. The Bridegroom would be betrothed to the bride for several months. Yet they would not see each other in those months, the Bridegroom would be building a home for the bride. When He had the home ready he would return for his bride.

The trumpet would be sounded, the virgins would arise(for the they typically came at night) and trim their lamps and form a procession towards the bride. Obviously if a virgin had no oil then she could not perform her task. Now in the parable we know that those virgins without oil found the door closed. It was too late to get such oil when the Bridegroom announces His return.

Now, a few things to be noted. They were all virgins, they all had been called, and they all had lamps. The only thing that differentiated them was the fact that half had no oil in their lamps.

We must seek God and continue to seek God. Just as one abides in Christ, and this is a continuous action verb, meaning to continually abide, then we must continually seek. We cannot seek that which we do not believe in. So we first must check and see that we do not have an evil heart of unbelief.

We must be able to say with the Psalmist that “as the deer panteth for the waterbrooks so then my soul longeth after thee.” He must be diligently sought after, we must strive and crave His presence. And the Lord is A God of His word. He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek after Him. He and He alone, is our exceeding great reward. The Remnant understand this, Reformation is coming to those who diligently seek Him. Without His presence there will be no Reformation, let us seek until we have our answer. Fill us Lord we pray that we may fulfill our role in these last days and glorify you. You are glorified by much fruit, Lord we now ask that you will rain on the vine. I have looked and I have looked, I see a cloud afar off.

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2 Responses to “The Remnants reformation(multiple articles on the remnant)”

  1. Pilgrim said

    Hello Frank,

    Here are two to add to your list, dear brother.


    His richest blessings to you,


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