As we face another Christmas in the middle of a plague with the darkness of evil all around us, we must ask the question, “What does the Spirit say to the Churches?” In our amazement, the answer comes quickly. This is your last chance for salvation in Christ. This is your last opportunity to escape the blinding light of evil masquerading as the righteous light of God’s glory. The heavens are perfectly aligned, and a new star is appearing from the two celestial bodies coming close together in the night sky. This will not hail the arrival of the Son of Righteousness as it did two thousand years ago, but it will hail the arrival of the evil son of perdition, the Antichrist. As Christ came to bring hope to the poor and downtrodden, the evil one will also come making his promise to supply your every need. He will boast of his great accomplishments and promise an even brighter future under his anointed leadership. His leadership will be brought forth out of fraud and deception which will miraculously unite all opposing parties to hail his leadership. The whole world will stand in line to congratulate him on his great success in the face of insurmountable odds.
As the plague is finally lifted it will appear to be a new and glorious day full of hope for a world teetering on self-annihilation. Unfortunately, this will only be an allusion, for the captivity of your soul will be in the balance. For many years now the churches of your great land have grown even more lukewarm. Step by step they have assimilated the world’s teachings into their sacred doctrines handed down to them by previous generations. Step by step they have grown lukewarm unable to lead humanity to Christ and the power of His transformation. Instead of transformation, people are taught to embrace their religion and the world mixing the hot water of the world with the cool refreshing waters of Christ’s teachings bringing forth a vile and putrefied lukewarmness. The Bible says, “So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth” (Revelation 3:16). What a tremendously horrible sight to see the end result of many years of embracing the teachings of Christianity while at the same time embracing many of the teachings from the world. This assimilation or integration of psychology, other world religions, and the many perversions in the world have kept most believers from experiencing the joy of transformation in Christ.
Please dear children, before it’s too late and the door of salvation closes, we must invite Christ into our hearts allowing Him full access. We simply cannot expect transformation while still embracing our old sin nature. You must let go. You must let go of those things holding you down or pulling you back. Rebuke those old memories that keep throwing up your old life telling you that you are not worthy or that God could not possibly forgive you for such grievous sins. Rebuke the temptations from the world or from others who want you to join them in the latest enticements that lead you further away from your commitment to the Lord. Allow Jesus Christ to have full access to all of your thoughts and memories allowing the indwelling Spirit to bring about the needed conviction when necessary. Then adhere to the conviction immediately. Stop straddling the Kingdom of God and the world by putting both feet in His Kingdom every moment of every day. Stop trusting the world and its diabolical leadership to bring better days to solve all of your problems. Christ is standing at the door of your heart. Won’t you let Him in?
Jesus Christ is standing at the door of your heart and He is knocking. The Bible says, “Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me” (Revelation 3:20). God will never barge into the lives of fallen humanity. He will never demand their allegiance or worship as the great pretender of righteousness will do, when he comes. Christ will only stand at the door and knock allowing us to hear His voice and respond. If we open the door of our heart, He promises an intimate relationship with us as we “sup with him.” As we drink from the same chalice, filled with wine, symbolizing His precious blood, shed on the Cross for our Salvation, we will experience the cool refreshing waters of forgiveness flowing through our veins. There is no greater joy than having an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ, our risen Lord. Dear children, time is running out, for when the great pretender of righteousness takes his leadership role, it will be too late. Time is running out!
When we invite Christ in, allowing the transformation to take place by giving Christ full access, and keeping both feet in the Kingdom, then we will overcome. Hallelujah! What a glorious day that will be. The Bible says, “To him that overcometh will I grant to sit with me in my throne, even as I also overcame, and am set down with my Father in his throne” (Revelation 3:21). On the other hand, if we ignore these words, still putting our trust in the coming leadership, then we will not overcome. We will face all the Great Tribulations coming upon the world without God. We will face the coming days without being shielded from His wrath. Dear children, surrender your life completely to Christ now. Open the door! Welcome Him in or back into your life. Trust Him alone to complete the transformation making you into a brand-new creation. Let this be the best Christmas ever by accepting the gift that keeps giving, the gift of eternal life. Dear children, time is running out! We must listen to what the Spirit is saying to the Churches, especially this message to the seventh Church that symbolizes the last Church of the age before Christ’s magnificent return in Glory. Please, accept the Gift that keeps giving, and have a very Merry Christmas.
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