Does what I have written here about Tribulation really have any bearing on our time?Understand that I write about what I am burdened with in my spirit. God dwells there within each believer. He dwells in me. I have been given this outlet wherewith I can release this burden out into the blogosphere. Should you happen upon what is being proclaimed here please understand that you need to seek and trust God when considering it, don’t put your trust in me — trust not in man. Unless what I say rings true to you in your spirit from the word of God it should be ignored. There are many voices coming at you today. Some of these are very deceptive, some are inspired of God’s Holy Spirit. You should pray for discernment concerning the voices that you hear.
Our calling is to walk with Him in His Spirit, if we do that we cannot fall or go wrong.
When Revelation’s time does actually appear on this earth you will have no doubt that it is upon the whole earth. Many of us will die for Jesus in that time frame when it comes, but take heart if it is for us, so is He for us. What we leave behind of this present, will in no wise compare with what lay ahead of us in Christ Jesus our Lord.
His word is replete with warnings of persecution and suffering for Him in this life. We should always be prepared for such. Do not be disheartened when what He has warned of does appear in your life. One writer says that we are to consider it all joy when we suffer for Christ. James says:
Blessed is the man that endureth temptation: for when he is tried, he shall receive the crown of life, which the Lord hath promised to them that love him. James 1:12 KJV
Other translators use the word trial and test in place of temptation. We must remember that God allows trials that we may not understand here in this lifetime, but our faith in Him will see us through these times.
John 14:2 “In My Father’s house are many dwelling places; if it were not so, I would have told you; for I go to prepare a place for you. 3 “If I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you to Myself, that where I am, [there] you may be also (NASB1995)
His message to us was and is: “abide in Me”. May the peace and joy of the Lord be upon us and keep us in every trial of life that comes our way.